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The Frankfort Boitndabout GEO A VOL LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY MAY 27 TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 89 XXII AriÂ¬ FRANKFORT KY lfl9J Ostriches and Their Keepers Find zona Congenial April lG The Phoenix Ariz climate or Arizona In the Salt river valley Is practically the i mo as hut iifKniitliern Alrica This is the reason hy olthufheherdsofostrlclHS ft in the United Slates the one n few miles from Phoenix has grown more rapidly than the others Seven yeais ago one pair of African ostriches was brnupht here To day then arc KM grown blidsnnd a numhur or chicken- all descendants oi the one pair This Arizona herd is located on a beaullml Mil aero alfalfa iicld irri gated with water from tho Salt liver It is owned by u company or enlcr prMng nn u In Phoenix and cared tor by an Englishman Ironi Africa where he spent many years caring for ostriches sau this They aie mean devilUp to the time they Englishman are three or four years old one can go in the field with them but after that n mans life is not ale They will attack any one who comes in the enelosuie liny never make any friends and ate always vicious I curry a long forked Mick to put against their necks when they come for me Some times though a fel low get caught in the Held without n stick Wliat do you do theiV asked the repoiter for tho Star Lie down wild the Englishman The birds only weigh laconically nboilt 8JU pounus eacn tumiimi uiuj have walked over you u while they will go away They illit with their feet kick- Â¬ The ing forward he continued blow is only efleetlve at a heightli of nt least three ftet from the ground it It will kill a cow ifbut gets tho full they cannot toiceot tills kick peck much or do any damage in any way except by kicking in front of Â¬ I - t -- Â¬ I n Can you ride them man cant Mick on They go A so fast it cuts your wind off them OSTKICIIKS AUK CESTKNAKIANS l -- 1 a si i How long do they liver piim nnvjf die uromntlv re- Tho Hiioiicled the ofetricli tender birds domesticated in Africa fifty yeaisagoare btlll alive and doing Thev hne no diseiibo we well know of and unlts s some accident hiiiiiiens to them they may live a hundred years I think If they break a leg they nre gone for it splinters into a thou and nieces and tho ostrich must be killed As the Englishman and the reporter for Tho Star approached one end of a half acre lot in which were penned a great blnck maloandasmall er greyisn lemale oitiich the male came gliding down the lot like a1 The light In his pacing hoise small eyes was balehjl and his attiTheros a tude full of vengeance bird Ive attended homo time said tho keeper and look at him The ostrich reured and plunged at the high hedgo In his efforts to get at One forgot the small the man size of the animals brain and its corresponding lack of tho most ordinary tense It looked almost fine Alter a fruit- Â¬ ns It sought a combat less effort to climb the fence the male commenced to chase tho female about the yard Hes trying to make her go to tho nest there and sit on the eggs Its her turn shes not attending to her THEY HAVE NO INDIGESTION duty and the old man knows it Tho young ostrlelieswhen taken You Tho Englishman chuckled Decoration Day he continued from the older birds are put In an bee Its mis way day after Ostriches mate in pairs Tho malo alfalfa field On tho third A G Bacon Post No 35 G A digs the nest in the dirt Ho rests tho chick leaves the shell he com his body on the breast bone and then mences to swallow small pieces of K nnd tho German Benevolent scraps with his feet He revolves rock and anything else hard ho can Socloty will unite In tho cere- Â¬ around until u hole about three feet find Tho ostrich keeps this up all monies of Decoration Day Tuesday across is scooped up and about a foot his life as his gizzard Is an imdeep Ho then shows tho female portant part of his anatomy It Is a May 80 Tho procession will bo where tho nest Is She lays an egg curious sight to watch the food going formed In front of Odd Fellows every other day until she has laid down a grown ostrichs neck A ball Tomplu both organizations having Tho male sits on the eggs at ot grass accumulates Just under the fifteen night and the female in tho daytime head and gradually works its way their meeting plnco In that buildliij except lor about an hour at noon down tho long baro neck into tho nt 3 oclock p in and will proceed when the male takes her place to let body Ono moment it projects in to tho cemetery where tho usual front of tho bird another it is nt tho ceremonies will bo observed after her go to water and feed back of his neck all tho time pre RAISING THE CIIIOK8 senting a most ludicrous appearance which tho graves of the heroic dead eggs take about forty two The The feathers of tho ostrich are of will bo decorated with flowers by a days to hatch and thebig birds help various shades and several colors ac- committee of little girls selected for tho little ones out of the shells cording to tho ago and sex of tho Thev are good parents and raise bird Those or ttio young aro a mix Â¬ the purpose Rov Georgo Darsio will deliver nearly all tho chicks Tho female ture of white und yellow turning to vm lay aooui inreo nesis iuii uuioro dark drab on tho female and to black tho address sue win slop so we uiko aooui imriy and white on tho malo Tho most Every body Is invited to bo presfrom her and hatch them in the valuablo are those of tho adult male ent at tho chapel in tho cemetery nt Wo let the birds hatch Feathers of live birds mo worth inuibator itholabt fifteen eggs themselves more than feathers from dead birds 1 oclock p m aftv tho weather gets warm When and the leathers from tho wild birds Tho io contributing lowers will bot biidsareoir the nest and the from SyrlaandSouth Africa at o worth kindly arrange them in small w mher is very hot they put a little more than those taken from tho do boquets sanuover tho egs to keep them from mesticated ostrich Tho wing leath C00K1 ers aro tho largest and most flexible Somo of the results of neglected tlm busIiKss nav here In the and many are more or less white dyspeptic conditions of the stomach Â¬ Unlm States a ueu tlie reporter Those ot the tall aio interior in qual Yi I think It will boon any ity and color Tho most valuablo aro cancer consumption heart ills wav Von see we chiiice admission aro tho white or ivory wing feath- Â¬ caso and epilepsy Kodal Dyspepsia Ciuo prevents all this by effecting a to the li m anil sell eggs for SI apiece ers quick euro in nil cases of dyspepsia as curlilities There nre no biuls for MAKKiyr IKO THE lEATHEUS Tyler iv Hemphill and Win Mc sale usWno of the farms in tho The various kinds of feathers aro Keellardlo United hates yot have enough A i Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ roll grown pair Is worth about 5001 put into separate bags and theso are Tho Income Is from the reathers all graded according to the size ot tho Tlio United States imported last feathers They aro then shipped to year three million dollar- worth or the feather dressers By them they featiu isand produpedonlyabotitSli are tied on strings about four f et 000 worth Each bird after It is 2 long singly or in bunches or two or years o d averages about a pound of three according to their size Then feathers Thov aie worth from 15 they are scound cleaned In oup to SlUG a pound The feathers from suds and rinsed frequently when n bird will average about 30 We they are ready for tho dyer shipped seventy pounds last year Thenaturilly Mack ostrich feather There Is an import duty of 20 per is dyed black This Is not only on cent on ostrich leathers brought into account of its color but also hecau o this country of its character as It has n fine ilk When the feathers are to be gath like down This Is the much jiriz d ered we drive the birds Into a close glos y black olthocommerclal feather 1 nen and put a sack over their heads After dyeing and more rinsing in The large feathers are then cut off water they me beaten on a board to close to tho body Two nionthsjater lree them from all particles of starch the iiiills are easily pulled out We After being finished they go to pluck a bird every eight months the sitting room for single feathers Â¬ Only tho feathers from the wings are not used Each feather now used and tail are ol any value in tho trade consists of several feath Do you have much trouble raising ers skillfully sewn together After the chickens being sewed they are then steamed We get about half of the eggs and curled and aro then ready for the hatched which are put into the incu- milliner bator The first few days the chick- Â¬ In Africa tho ostrich farms are ens are hard to keep alive When 4 very large covering many thousands weeksoldtheyaresafoand wo consider of acres and this results In the loss of them worth at len t 100 each They many birds through accidents There grow very rapidly nnd at 4 months nre live ostrich farms In the United are nearly five leet tall When full States two in California one iu Ari grown at about 4 years they will zona one in Texas and one in Florida average fully eight feet When they There are probably about oOO os are ery young we feed them a little triches on this entire continent Iu grain but tho grown birds graze for this country they aro all kept In MASONI 3 Wo small inclosures so theie is less loss fields themselves In the alfalfa figure that one acre of irrigated alf and they are niiro easily handled aliais necessary for each bird The j A CURIOUS CREATURE small fields In which each pair is inSUMMER CRUISE closed contains a half acre and it The bird Itself is an interesting takes four of these nens to carry tho study It Is fierce and warlike tinder pair through the year The gras3 Is many conditions nnd always most growing iu one while the birds are disagreeable to have anything to do grazing in another Q with When an enemy approaches the bird draws himself to his full THEY AltE SPEKDYs As the ostrich tender talked to the hcighth nnd stands on tiptoe reporter he walked towards a young Stretching his long neck forward ho NEW STEEL COMFORT -ostrich which stood regarding Ills ap raises his curious two toed foot and Men on horseback PASSENGER ee kicks forward Coo SPEED proach with some fear W cooee coo eo the man called softly are their pet aversion and they have STEAMERS SAFETY a decided objection to negroe In The bird cocked his head on one side r and shifted nervously from one foot Africa the savage ostrich is fought which is simply a to tho other Finally his fear got tho with a tacky branch The area teat Perfection yet attained In Boat Construction Luxurious better of his curiosity and ho turned and thisof a thorny bush the mimosa Equipment Artistic Furnishing Decoration and Eltlclent Service is waved in tho birds face and lied Tho fllirht of the ostrich over the until the man can step aside and get To Detroit ian Bay PelosRep ground is a marvelous motion The out of the way Tho voice of tho bird stoops a little leans forward ostrich is a great contrast to its ap No other Ilne offers a pauorama of 4 miles of equal variety and Interest pearance for it is like the roar of a and seems to spurn tho sand with its Hon and it is said that lion hunters Iu Four Trips per Week Between Day and Niqht Stnvict Between feet Tho body rocks or sways from side to side but moves on a perfect Africa are often misled by the sound DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Toledo Detroit and Mackinac When an ostrich dies his feathers line and with tremendous rapidity Fare Ech Direction PETOSKEY are MARQUETTE eaten the thighs THE 800 It seems but a becond until It is at The plucked andstringy andarousually Berths 75c Stateroom 3175 AND OULUTH the far end of the pen The distance tough meat is Connectlonsaremadeat Cleveland with though som profess to bo LOW RATES to Picturesque Mackinac Earliest Trains for all points East South is not sumcJent to gain great head and Return IncludlnffMealsand Berths nnd Southwest and at Detroit for all way however and tho capabilities very fond of it The ergs weigh Approximate Cost from Cleveland S i n 50 points North and Northwest IromToledo fi6asi from Detroit 91375 of speed upon the open desert must about three pounds and taste about Sunday Trips June July Aug Sep 0ct 0nl the same ns a hens eggs It takes be very great They aro terribly Every Day and Nioht Between about an hour to boil one hard Tho afraid of dogs and the smallest pup Weight of one is equal to that of Clovoland in -- Bay and Toledo will stampede the ostrich lieid quicker than anything else This is thirty hens eggs Send 2 for Illustrated Pamohlet Address Ostrich A A 30HANTZ a p DBTnorr mioh Detroii and Cleveland Navioaiion company due to tho fact that they have no States can farming in the United hardly be said to be a means of defense against small ani great industry ns yet or In fact quite mals They will attack a man on beyond the experimental stage but horseback without hesitation Is considerable capital invented The popular idea that ostrich eggs thero and iu it aro hatched by the sun is an error as iness seemthose who aro iu the bushopeful of largo returns the birds atteud very closely to sit- - for tho money and tlmo they have ting and they cover the big nestful ofeggstflth great skill considering expended in Islearning the business market their great weight and comparative Thetho feathers somewhat precarious as fashions change The Scriptures for lack or plumage A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of say that an ostrich knoweth not its There is not nearly so much profit in feathers now as thero was a few the the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart young but this is also an error as years ago but prices aro considered good care of tho chickens they take Burn and Constipation very good and thero seems to be no runniiiL with them all day long and fear brooding over them at night Tho ceasethat their use will over entirely owing to the fact that these large birds when not mated all feathers make the best and hand- Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets crowd together at night and sit on somest plumes for any kind of head Â¬ tho ground while they sleep gear decoration All other remedies claiming to core indigestion nud dyspepsia contain PEPSIN - flails flails Hails -- Â¬ L Â¬ 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 gallon for family reunion dinners WALL PAPER Elegant samples 1899 patterns PISHING TACKLE Just open- ed our new stock Fish hooks from 3 8 inch to 5 inches long Â¬ Â¬ STAGQ 8t BACOfJ TEMPLE For a ANN STREET Â¬ take the COAST LINE to MACKINAC vSTrjf i 150 1 i Put i i Â¬ DYSPEPSIA CUREDI AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Â¬ Â¬ in one of its forma nnd ns lone as PEPSIN is supplied to a weak or even healthy stomnoh in the shape of medicine nature will cease to make it and the DYHPElSIO DOSE nnd of conrse never be oared of his will not be able to do without his trouble A stomnch that will promptly digest food must make its own PEPSIN and not rely upon medioiue for this most Important agent Auierioiiu Dyspepsia Tablets contain no PEPSIN uor other PEPTIO agents bat aro composed of four old nnd well known vegetable remedies whioh in combi- Â¬ nation will soon etlcot n oure by restoring the stomaoh to its normal condition no ALMANAC We furnish no book on the STOMACH and its DISEASES no prize for the LARGEST number of wrappers but will send n trial box to any address free ot eot AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETSjro put up in 60c pnokagei and are to be hod nt J W Guylos aud W II Averills or by addressing THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO LOUISVILLE Finished Up KY Shut Down Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rev Sam Junes has finished up his rastlo with the devil at Louisville and will devote his time for the rest of tho summer to tho lecturo platform He preached to over 8010 men In the tent at First and Brook streets on Sunday night Â¬ Tho Old Oscar Popper distillery of Messrs Labrot Orahani shut down for tho season on Saturday last having mado its usual run This Is one of the few first class distilleries of thoStato that has not been sold to tho combine Â¬ Â¬ Volcanic Eruptions N will sell round trip tickets to St Louis nt reduced rate of tare Aro grand but skin eruptions rob Juno 18th tilth and 120th Final life of joy Bucklcns Arnica Salvo limit J imo 20th account annual reÂ¬ ctiies them also Old Itunuing aud union and urand lodge meeting Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Benevolent and Protective order of Corns Warts Cuts Bruise Burns L Flks Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Host pile euro on earth drives out Pains and Aches Only Wets a box Curo guaranteed Sold by J V Claylo drug 1st m t Tasa tJLVtit idtiUliliiftWS WjkmXa ONE WOMAN IN SEVEN in this city has seen the advertisement of the famous G Corset in the Ladies Home Journal Munseys R WEITZEL ODONNELL I m r as Can and will sell you Dry Goods Notions Our stock consists of cheap as any one in Frankfort in Wool and Silk Dress Goods the very Latest Delineator or some other March magazine and knows therefore some of the important facts about the corset that does not stretch We have in stock a good line of TAILQR MADE DRESSES We have marked them down 150 up Suits 850 to 200 in SKIRTS Skirts from price 15 3C Gr-- OOESBTS and will be pleased to show them to the one woman in and to the other six women also seven G number 397 the short long cor 5 Wash Goods worth 10c and 15c put on cheap tible The new R set is one of outmost popular styles and sells at the a Will sell long as they last at 5c a yard New line Parasols and Umbrellas 5 popular one dollar price 500 YflflDS 2 I Stamping Cround Mill Town Ky Lone Prairie Col Geo G Fetter of Louisville was In the city on Thursday Mrs Mr R A Combs spent Sunday in Health good and every thing sister-in-la- BC Head is visiting her The farmers of St Johns pike have Mrs Lucile Wilson and Mrs T M Mrs Will Combs in been very busy this week setting out IiOUlSVillO Farish of Mt Sterling are visiting lively Frankfort their tobacco crops Dr Jno L Long went to Cincinnati Major W T Havens iamlly Replanting corn i3 all the go Miss Beatrice Duvnll is the guest on Monday Mrs Florence Arnold of Lexing- Â¬ Col Tom Rodman attended a meet Visiting is the program nt present relatives In Owenton ton is visiting friends on Benson Col R P Jacobs of Danville was ing or the trustees of Georgetown College in Georgetown on Tuesday Mr J B Moore and son and Mr Mr Perry Mothcrshead of Fay Â¬ this week loro Tuesday WBMoore of Shelby county were ette county is the guest of his sister Mr Jlinmie Moore of Benson Miss May Pepper Is visiting friends Mr Edgar Graham of Louisville guests of Mr Calvin Green and Mrs Ida Bruner went to take his girl ouggy riding Jn Now York City spent Sunday here the guest of his the Saturday and Sunday fumily Mr John Bond of Carroll county last Sunday evening una his horse Mr James Coins of Mlllvllle was parents Mr J V Graham and wife ran away unci tore up his buggy so Mr Ben Jones of our community visited relstlves here last week Monday ja the city Miss Anita Berry who has been the left Monday for Lexington his girl had tu stay ut home which Deputy U S Marshal Con Mc was bad Mrs Hiram Berry visited friends in guest oher cousin Miss Mary Gray Mr J B Moore and son also Mr carty was in our town last week 111s returned to her home in La- Â¬ Richmond tbls week Misg Dorft Moore WflS vIsIt Mlss grange W B Moore attended county court Rev Col F L McOhesney of Paris was J V Foster of Nbw Alhnnv HolHtt Joins lust 8umiiv in Georgetown Monday last Mrs Mattie Matthews and daughter a visitor here this week Mw Ford3lasdt weekdttUBhter Mr Terrell Mitchell and his of Shelby vllie were guests of her Mr Charley Whepler of Fay wood d0Jj Pearl went rldng Jadt Suifday Mr J 0 B Sebree of Georgetown parents Mr Jos H Cox and wife on and Mr J P Donley of 1aynes E was in the city Tuesday Mr Geo Wills of Oynthlana was evening UVrrell you had better get1 ouuday Station were in our town Monday a visitor here this week a new ouggy It s so mucn better Mr Jno W Landrum of Mayfleld on a fishing trip Misses Christine Bradley Mary was in the city Monday Rumors are rife of a wedding hm than riding horseback Gray and Ella Johnson were guests Mr C B Arnsplger and Mr J S xuifS name Bryant ana also iur Mrs Sulllo Duvall Greenow has of Miss Anita Berry in Ljgrange Arnsplger called on their best girls in tho early days of June this week gone to Danville on a visit last night There will be an interesting bus Leslie Young weie tne guests of Misa iness meeting Judge Ira Julian Mr Jno W Rod Â¬ Baptist Church Nannie Moure last Sunday Miss Nora Miller of this office Mr J B Moore has bought a new on Saturday ut the 27 A program man and Mr Frank Chinn were in May Mr Milton Moores little son was epent Sunday in Lexington Washington Olty on legal business buggy and will attend the association has been arranged which Includes thrown Irom a horse last Wednes- Â¬ Mr H M Stanley of Louisville this week widow Look out boys with the RevM B Adams of Frankfort day und badly hurt Was a visitor hcie this week Mr Walter Franklin has gone to Died At the residence of his aunt Rev E F Wright of Woodlake Misses Alice- aud Laura Smith and Mr Price Williams of Loulsvile Louivjlle to accept a position with Mr Mary Lucts Mr W M Thoni Rev T J Stevenson of Georgetown Mr itufus Hryuut were the guests was in the city on Tuesday Kentucky Distilleries aud Ware ason on Tuesday ovenjng May 10th and Professors Arthur Yeairer nnd 01 Misses Bessie und Esther Moore ine a short while E C Metcalfe of Georgetown Col- - last Sunday evening wifo havo nuuse Company Col Chas E Hope and He was sick only Hfnmnph trouble was the cause of his lege as the sneakers Tha overplus Teturned from New York City Mr L B Marshall and daughter ripnth He leaves no funilly He will continue over and include Sun Â¬ Mrs Seile Smith and her fine son Mrs Sally Thomas left Friday for Mies Nellie attended the Diocesan were visiting Mrs Mary E Moore was 68 years of aire and was a quiet day Chicago to be absent four weeks Convention of the Episcopal Church SwiEr Violet He realized his situution nood man Mrs Lida Perrv and child nf Tpy- - lust Sunday t Danville this week Mrs Julia Robertson is visiting hot and expressed his willingness to go ington are guests of her parents Mrs Geo H Watson and daughter The remains were laid to rest In the Rev T Warn Beae leand wife brother Mr Samuels at HioKnian of Woodford Cboatcville Gov W O Bradley re urneu Wed- Miss Nellie Orbison of Mr Geo F Stamping ground cemetery The fine tobacco seasons have kept county were nesday night from Warm Springe Va Berry and wife guests this week is doing a good the farmers busy Mr David Duvnll Mrs Ben Dlckerson who has been Yacob Miss Lotha Dunigan of Woodford Misses Dora and Elizabeth Sweait husincss in his store very sick we are glad to report bet- Â¬ Papas Lost Boy county was a visitor here this week and Miss Lula Docklns of Russellg ter ville were guests of Gen W a Dnn Beards New Ideas for Boys Mr Howard Stednian of the Forks Taylor and wifo this week Daughters of the Confederacy Mr Isaiah Harrod of Harp called of Elkhurn was in town on iuesday on Miss Ida Saiuord hist Sunday Dr II S Keller attended that State Dan Beard the well known artist afernoon Miss Emily Woods of St Lotd t Convention of Homeopaiuic Physi Â¬ We are requested to announce that Mo 1m viltiig relatives in tnis city cians in Lexington on Wednesday Jos II Lewis Chapter Daughters of PIuIrb0t81 Mr Willie Quire has purchased a Misses Fannie and Bowie Lewie of ui wnich he is ine president tho Confederacy will meet this for boys has become a contributor to ievv buggy He says he will be glad city Wednoi mo WuoaiiKe Mr Jos H Bullock of Lexington He will to take the girls out ridlnt now S ltunhiy afternoon at 3 oclock at The Ladies Home Journal day has accepted a position with tho residence of Mrs Jos H Lewis write an entertaining series of arti- - Look out Nannie you will be tho first Mrs Wnllaon Howe of Carlisle was Ky Distilleries and Warehouse Co the Second Street South Side A full cles for hoys and he begins his work the guest of Mrs H M Keller this and lias come to this city 10 reside Mr H II Sanford called on Miss in the June isue with an illustrated earnestly desired week L eat Gov WJ Worthingtou who attendance is article on A Boys Underground Ida Moore at Honeysuckle on Sun- Â¬ Â¬ has oeen Acting Governor during day r iof J Dudley Coleman of LouisUncle Zeke Yocum Club House He gives the details ville bpent several daya here this Gov iiradleys absence returned to Mr Ed Moore of Choateville and of the construction and equipment nls Home at Greenup on Thursday week We have received a communica Â¬ of a subterranean house and Ideas Miss Bonnie Dean of Frankfort Col Obas S Lambert of Chicago Miss Marv McNamara of Lexing Â¬ were out driving lust Sunday after Â¬ ton is tho guest of Miss Margery Ills formerly private secretary to tion from Uncle Zeke Yocum our for the conduct of the clubppresent noon Auditor Stone und who was a soldier valued friend und correspondent for Ing the8ubjectin a most novel and Haly Mr Frank Bodkin of Bridgeport with Spaiii spent Sunday many years It reached us too late the Yoder Poignaid of Taylors in tins war Col interesting way was over on the Choateville pike last city our paper but it will guest of relatives here in for this Issue of vllt was tne Sunday driving with Miss Daisy Master John Shaw and Misses appear next week We were truly this week Sparrow MUured and Bessie Shaw of Vei Resigns Mrs J D Grover of Georgetown fiulaoa attended the commencement glad to have Uncle Zeke write us Miss Winifred Edge of Pea Ridge was Hie guest of Mrs D C ciiutcuer of the Frankfort High School on again after being silent so long was the guest of Misses Katie unit this week MmiHnv nlirhf After a service of twenty five years Ida Sanford last week All Sorts of a Day Mrs M P Hall of Bagdad is visit Â¬ Mrs R M Aldrldge has resigned Miss Carrie Mrs Ella Bowles Wonder what is the matter with ing her son Mr J A Tnomas on St Thomas aud Mrs Rosa Wright of the position of President of tho Con- Â¬ Miss Sarah Sudduth and Mr John Clair street set back are visiting tneir Sunday was a day that Richmond Va federate Memorial Association Moore Mrs John L Long went to Wash Â¬ cousin Mis Mildred J Hawkins at tho season to regular April wi ather During that time a monument has They do say that Mr John Mooro ington City on Monday to attend the Oak View near this city Early in the morning It was cold and been erected nnd headstones placed Is paying his respects to Miss Katie peace jubilee Mr W S Rosson who has been drizzly About 780 it cleared off for at over forty graves in memory of Sanford Mr Frank Hagertv of Lexington living in Loulvllle for Rome time lias a short time again clouding up the soldiers of the Lost Cause Miss Bessie Miles of Bagdad is Mr Thos Newmau accepted a position witn tno was the guest of fort Olalr Co and will make his homo about 10 oclock The sun came out the guest jr this week Miss Elian H Overton has been Tharp this of her uunt Mrs Bird in this city in the future week before 11 oclock nnd it remained elected to fill the vacancy Mr Wm WIgglngton of Shelby- Blue Bell Mr K S Woods and Miss Jennie clear until shortly after 1 oclock It ville was tho guest of relatives in thB Crews Mr Robt Cunningham und showered ngaln until about 330 city last week Miss toaran Crews Mr Walter Hern- V R MrO Head and wife of Stamp- 2S nnd Ng8 MUdred Lyon Mr Then it cleared oil and remained fair ing Ground spent Sunday with rola- olaudo shv aild Miss Sue Oram Mr until in the nighl when it poured 1 tlves in this city y Wallace Knox and wilo of Mercer down In torrents Taken altogether Mr and Mrs Bassott of Loitchflold county spent the day in this city it was a honey of a day wore guests of Hon Geo W Long Saturday seeing tho sight wifo this week and 3 Mr Robt Kershaw of Indianapolis GENTS Intl has boon visiting relatives in LADIES r this city this week COLUMBIAN COLUMBIAN Mrs Sam D Winter of St Louis Md was the guest of Judgo W H Sliced and wlto this week Mrs W L Cannon of Woodford county was tho guest of Mr Geo F Berry and wife tnis week Mr Goo F Borry attended tho funeral of Mr ShoiToy B Winter All wo requiro Is 100 down bnlanco pnynblo nfter cxniuluntion Binith la Louisville Thursday Wo are tho only fnctory In tlio United States selling direct to ridor Addnins wife and daughter Wo gunrnntce our jjuods for two years most liberal gunrnnteo everglveni Mr A Wednesday lor Crab Orchard lof nogivo more opiions uuin ine reguinr ueniera xou can nnvo youu lesido In futuie wlioro 1 hoy will cnoico or coior ncigiii oi iramo or any genr ucmrou Our bicycles have nil tho luteal Improvements large tubing Hush joint Rov M B Adams and wifo were largo spoiiciets nrcneu lorn crown drop nnnger etc guests of tho family of Mr W J Writo for catnloguo giving full description to dny Lewis ut Woodlalte Thursday PERSONAL Â¬ I Â¬ m m m w 11 IiV jf wo m IVf OT vim I falv iax jHm VHLr m i I u mf f I f AfH rHIGHEST BEST - iyiwywyyiTyvwwiwyyyyyyyyy 1899 GRADE GOLD BICYCLE I 2050 BICYCLE - BUILT - DUST THE BEST FAOTORY TO RIDER DIRECT i m ti i Wi McRery loft Thurtday on n buslnoss trip to Chicago Minne apolis and other western cities Miss Hlbbon of Cincinnati wl 0 bus boon tho guest pf Mr Oeo F Borry and wife has returned homo Mr R W Â¬ Washing Powder gfMariy nfrirffHi COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO Aptll J3 111 I m i CLEVELAND OHIO 6AASAAAAAiAAAilAAAilJAAtJCJZr mvjsnawmsn wmMmtuim irfWttoMiiMit m 750 1000 120O S1500 IM The most exclusive nobbiest and best ready-to-wea- r clothing that science and skilled workmanship can produce We lay particular stress upon the fact that the style and fit of our garments immediately distinguishes them from the ordinary ready-to-wea- r clothing Ill fitting garments are not good investments at any price With this salient point always before us we take particular pains to fit you correctly Â¬ these important advantages and pay us less money than eisewhere Mens suits all woo 750 Mens suits all wool 1000 Mens suits all wool 1200 Mens suits all wool 1500 of Delegates to the Commercial Convention You gtt the benefit HUSONS Past Flying Special Cor Main p St Olair Frankfort Kyi Mayor Dehoney has appointed the following gentlemen as the dele Â¬ gates from this olty to the big Commercial Convention which will meet in Louisville on May 29 W G fcjimpsori W H Averill Jtw H Graham J B Uttertmck W P Hudson JrM Titos J Brlslan I Davis M Bush m Frank Heeney M A Collins S French Hoge Jno W Gayle Guy Barrett N F Richardson Henry Ilingold R K McClure Jno T Buckley B J Nickles Howard Johnson and Thos Rodman sr Â¬ Sensible and Practical In his address Wednes lay at the commencement exerelsesof theStato Colored Normal School nt Frank- Â¬ fort Prof G P Russell of Lexington in the course of his remarks said that the negro race had much to be proud of in its development since freedom that directly after the war the people from the north flatterred the negroes of the south to such an extent that they conceived that all things political and social could be obtained by simply demanding their rights Tills is a mistake as the fact Â¬ isKflliy TooTMn If so there must be some trouble with its food Well I exists that the negw has gotten fewer benefits since no commenced demanding his rights than before The true course for the negro to pursue in development and obtaining his rights is to win recognition on his merits he must not wait for something to turn up But by his own industry and intelligence pro- Â¬ duce something that the world needs and his recognition will ho cii a in come He said that the negro- had loft the trades or that the trades have left him and referred to the fact that all the trades were filled with negroes 25 or 30 years ago while but few negroes are found in the trades to- Â¬ day He regretted the fact that his race were profligate with their earn Â¬ ing and a half million dollars were to day invested in pianos and scarcely a respectable performer could bo found in the State He regretted tlfo influx of the negroes into cities and towns there- Â¬ by increasing tho army of law break- Â¬ ers from the ranks of the Idle and the vicious and stated that the wel- Â¬ fare of the negro could bo best ob- Â¬ tained by remaining on the farm He stated that beforo the war only 4 per cent of the negro population were found In the cities nnd towns while tho last census shows that more than 15 per cent of the negroes aro now found there His address teemed with good ad Â¬ vice to his nice to accomplish their ends in lifo by proving themselves worthy of recognition Instead of expecting to succeed by senselessly de manding their rights Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sad Death A 0 H It is with a sad heart that we I chronicle the death of Mr Sherley B Wintersmith which occurred nt the home of his father Mr D C S on Wintersmith in Louisville Wednesday morning nt C oclock Mr Wintersmith had made his home In this city for a number of years being in tne employ 01 tne Allen Bradley Co and since then in the employ of the Kentucky DIs tlllerles and Warehouse Company He was a capable and efficient officer a popular manly and com panionable young man whose friends were numbered alone by his acquain tance Some time since ho was taken with typhoid fever but he continued at his post for days after he should have been In bed under a doctors care As soon as a physician was called he saw tho gravity of the case and Mr Wintersmith wos sent to his homo In Louisville where every thing that could be was done for his relief but the seeds of disease were too surely planted and he rapidly sank until the end The funeral took place on Thurs day afternoon at 2 oclock and the remains were interred in Cave Hill Cemetery Wo have known Mr Winter smith from a youtn and ho was always the same cheerful and oblig lug gentleman ever ready for fun and Jollity when it did not Interfere with his duties He was a faithful and conscientious member of the First Presbytorian Church of this city To his stricken parents we extend our sincere sympathy Handsome New Residence at Bosque Bonlta Our people should not forget that tho Ancient Order of Hibernians will run their fust special train to Clncln- nntl O to morrow Sunday May 28 leaving Frankfort at a quarter of even sharp and arriving at Cincinnati at 10 oclock sharp This excursion will be the best conducted and most enjoyable of the season Returning the train will leave Pearl and Butler street depot at 8 oclock sharp arriving home at 1115 p in Fare for the round trip 150 Children under 8 years half fare Tickets for sale at F Heeneys Ed Powers R J Lynchs Ed Callahans and at Water Cos office Â¬ AIBTRENEWS I ILUE GRASS xgi no-- of me Political Socio Legoi Literary Sporting tOCTCAL The leading ErJitorobin he Stole lQVQf VUTARV TJfiWORLO AVL I Alumni Entertainment Tho Alumni of the Frankfort City Schools held their annual entertainment on Wednesday night in tho chapel of the school building A delightful banquet was served ill willed i csfJuiiai huu junui ill toasts and other speeches delivered Asocial dance was indulged in until a late hours Â¬ If mMMMMJi r iFfTrJnl KJUJL-- MnTTJTTvrQ - HF MMBM M 1 I T BrawnSS3Hy JlzMr To the Public Commencing June 1st our business housd will bo closed ut 7 oclock p m except Saturday evening Our customers win pi ease can anu nnuus their purchases before that hour We do this to give our employes a needed rest during the not summer mouth DC l THf I X CfiVL May 27 1890 lt Crutciiku Si Co PRESS RANSCR NOTICE Forks of Elkhorn r- I babies are plump only the T Miss Willie Stedman has returned home tiller a visit to Miss Drue Church near Stedmantown - 1 W I n tT f I I Daisy Hockensmith and Mary Holton visited Mrs Alley in your every day common I Frankfort part ol tho week I sense and help nature a Quite a number of our people at tended little and the way to do f Iliph the commencement of the f School nt the Opera House it is to add half a teaspoon 1 Monday night last nuuiuered the bondt to be signed by the County Judge and Count ful of Mrs Rebecca Petty Is the truest of house Court Clerk with the teal ot the county attached I It Is to bo covered with shingles and the coin ons to bo signed by theCnuuty Cour 3 Rev John Burdin and family at bonds and coupoi to bo i oab e MX 1UIU1 all floors and woodwork throughout Clerk alone said place or pUces to sbe iltsUiitcd at at a by the said on i iur jerry nouui ivisneui iur uom in quartered oak hardwood finish willmaturity Fiscal courtbids tho duy of sale Ain further order that slmll bo received ami X purcnase ot my number o Bowen this week colonial detail cabinet mantles with vuusuiereu r tne said bunds nit that bids shall also be rtceiied J und cj bUereil lor tho purchase of tie whue Tho Debating Society is fust lul book cases in walls in library proving Tho subject to night ls Tho house will bo heated with amomt thereof the party bidding to stit nl the he tlll piy hlulient b i Which Is the most dstructlve to steam lighted by gas and have boi ds bidpremium the manner Infor the the htitioi on iwd whlcu est iiremluni can be secured for the county l a our country war or whisky to the babys food three or sanitary plumbing Tho rooms nre prevail And will order that each bond or batch shall be sold to tho person or I four times a day The gain I Mis South Trimblo Is visiting in to bo large and airy with high coil of bonds the highest premium therefor eiKOiih otfertnu uirtss Texas they are oilered more for them us a wltcle In inps which eeut they will be sold to the lersnn or win Degin ine very first day Pn aching at Buck Run Sunday at Tho plans were drawn by that en persons oileriiiK the laiyst premium for tliem you give It seems to k 8 appoint oclock p iu by Rev W M ergetic and scientific ydung archi as a whole Tho court will his Lawrence u Ncjiii It mliteecousstlnuol Khi il OnIjYMk correct the digestion and Novine Smith mid J II loNroe to advertise for and tect Mr Leo L Oberwarth of this reeelui scaled bids which said bliU shall be re gets the baby started rtelit 5 ported to ourt and shall the city through whom the contract was o uit andthis bid shall bo rcct be opeied bycom no ived by said Ice Cream Supper I again If the baby is runs- - i mittee alter the hourof ten oclock A Jl on said let and is to cost complete 7500 ilrst day of July 1WJ and ill reserve the ruht f ing but does not thrive thtn f The ladles of theMt Pleasant Bap and all order that It is to bo one ol the handsomest to reject any tne sale bids And willbonds shall the prooeediot of said be the mother should take Uvi tist Chinch will give an ice cream houses iu the far famed blue grass uolonly forthe tiurisise of new lltiuldathii the old outstanding bonds and the acetued interest It vill have i emulsion thereon ami the cost nod expenses of such lid supper at the residence of Mr John suction nidation mid the court will make proper orders good effect both upon near Stcdniantown on providing lor tne pajmuitof tin Interest ou the F Church Elected Commander Q A R bonds Tuesday evening next May 80th for mother and child Twtal JIOOUK indue J il THOMSON J V KC the benefit of tho repair fund of tho five years proves this Lu J AIYON8J1 FO Cunt Joh II Drowning of Louis Â¬ I LAWllBNCKJ IFC church Ices and strawberries will ville was elected Department Com V CdUTllHIKJ 1 I FO oc anil 100 ill druggist bo served and a pleasant evening Is niinider of the Kentucky G A It at SMTiNSLEVJ IFC t SCOTT BOWNE ChmliU New V May Ill It Glasgow- on Tiusduy last promised all who attend Ul Misses Â¬ sick are thin Are vou sure the food is all right Chil- dren cant help but grow they must Crow if their food nourishes them Perhaps a mistake was made in the past and as a result the di gestion is weakened If that is so dont give the baby I a lot of medicine just use I Lieut Sam South was in our vil lage part of this week We were glad to see him as lie has been in Cuba fighting theSpaniurds for some time Miss Ida Slone of Frankfort is tho gut st of her aunt Mrs Julia Hughes Mr Stafford Snfrer who is at work in Mt Sterling was the guest of his ianiny jast wteK OV FRKMV TIIK Mr Geo H Watson has Just let WHEREAS first dm COUNTY mftO Uanul iin l nn thft nT Tnlr new tor the p rposu ut obtalnliiu funds to pay lis Mil the contract for a handsome Lexington Ky tu tue stock Ut Midland house to bo erected on his Bosque fcrliillon company m tnetbe Kentuck Sluixe Kiuwijr amount of wblcn now unit Bonlta farm near Versailles to S187 WW ofsaid count remain outstandlnK ou l wlieieiis tin ouuh Us Fiscal uus me uuuou v can in sum uonas lut nmnii Scott Bros contractors at any time alter the llrstdajot JuIt IbJv The house is to be of frame and in whereaslt Is the sense of this court that iiini said can at n modern colonial stylo throughout bondsthey be refundednotice lower rate ol Inteie t now beu tliun h tlierdore heeb ttiht the Fiscal Court of whom It Is to be CO feet front by 66 feet given convene at lie courthouseFranklin count ToCertificateIt may concern i will in tlm ltv 7t 41 dntol Vnrwi 1 ioni- back There will be a parlor library Frankfort trunkllii county Kentucky nn Tnurs forSslmres number andcertlfcate dated Sept 3 imw day the fifteenth day of June 189 ut which tluio tor 1 shares of stock in the Fir numoerHCI dining room servants dining room by unless oi or betortf said date u ietltlon sIlmi inersBMikof Ketinckystamjlnt In the nnnie three hundred viteis of the ori- Jt1 ettlt tf butlers pantry storeroom front and with the County Julge requestingcountrlm iHhi wINhnsbeHi dtjlrojed for Miriam Ih Pettlt h that thequ by h ns to whether not sulci court buck hall and front and back stairway tlon promised actionor be submitted to shall ttk iippllnitlpn for new certificatestire lieu tv nimlo In of xhote the the lewil persoto SW on tho lower tloor Cellar under the voters of tbe county un order nll be enteied ol lvhrrelrovcbeisucd cuIUiil In eald out tandlni bonds ami record TPKTTIT wholo house Veranda running 100 directing tuut new bonds bo Irsued and substitut April W 2lB ed therefor And nllinx Saturday the llrst d iy porte cochere feet with of July ibJ9 as the date and Frankfort Ken when und On the second fioor there will be tucky us the place the said where sealed bids wii be opened by Fiscal Court ttr the 8 five bed rooms with dressing rooms ofilaot the new twentv rear bonds to the nninimt Go ilo0XXi of the denomination of one thousumi attached separate toilet and bath dollars to bear Interest at the rate of four pei cent ior annum parable semi annually Jan room storeroom and linen closet uary and Juy with Interest coupons attached coupons A large attic over tho whole of the the bonds and oe seriallyto be made ayab e tu Dearer ami to Address jSesHm Breckinridge FT NOW I - Â¬ Carts Baby Buggies scorrs it EMULSION 1 V fAvV rH j4iw2Tifc 1 Â¬ Â¬ L i Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers 1 11 Sons Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests - ii- in what you eat Uji m imkmiimM f 4SW -- 1 Ttie Frankfort RaunaaDoui Entered lit the p ifofflei Ht Frankfort Kentucky as second cl iss mailable matter LARGEST - STOCK - LOWEST - PRICES Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime Ce ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deering Mowers and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Currtes Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver Â¬ QO A LEWIS FIUNKFOIlT Editor and Pub MAY 27 1899 Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash By special arrangement with tlio Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue publishers vc are enabled to offer Pipe Crgckeryware Fire Brick Screen clubbing arrangements for oors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose the Farming Implements Guns Powder Roundabout with the Lexington Club Rates 1 Herald and the Press Transcript To any one who pays thp price of a years subscription In advance will furnish tlie Roundabout the Dally Morning Herald for G To those wishing the Roundabout and Press Transcript we can furnish the two papers at SI 125 per annum in advance Now is your time to subscribe we and 3VL- Made a Fine Officer Â¬ I A OOLLI3NTS ST CLAIR STREET VUkAJM Thanks ml Uta m hiune call on C G Maishall We ceslre to return our thanks to For tho speedy ana permanent cure of agent at Honeysuckle Kv Mr August SzymanskI for a presen cttor salt lheum and eczema Cham 30 2m of a lot of curious and beautiful shells jeilalus Eye and Skin Ointment is Closing Exercises without an eqnnsV It relieves the Itch which ho presented to us Mr Szy tag and smarting almost instantly and l manski brought tnem with him SUSSbS SS H5t a permanent Tim closing exercise of the Frank- Â¬ Ton from Cuba cure It also cures Itch barbers itch i Sii 7 rr fort High School took place at the icnld head sore nipples itching plies and the best in use to 1 n chapped hands chronic soro eyes and Painful Accident Opera House on Monday night in horse in prime condition Price 25 ranuiatea Mia the pre ence of a very large crowd of cents per package Dr J R Ely was walking along our best citizen There were four Dr Cadys Condition Powders for For sale by J W Gayle and on Washington street on Saturday horses are the best tonic blood purifier teen graduates the list of whom we payle Co and vermifuge Price 20 cents Soldby LeCompte iiuirnliiir ivlinn lin alltmrxl- mill full gave in our last Nsuc rlV mi oreaKlug the small bone in liisatiKle i iir riiKntm mw num- mil i n If you suffer trom tenderms or Surgical attention was given and he very acceptabe manner and it fullness on the right side pains under U now t attending practice would be invidious in us to specify biJ weIl mtBll v hls liillous to 0XWrin e hi though compelled totogohis crutches shoulder blade constipation feel dull on ness sick headache and those who excelled InTO tu Vlimtms foP the heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid Theuddic Minnd lccitations gave and congested Remarkable Rescuj DoWitts Little The Finest Yet evidence of fateful tralnlin upon the Early Risers will cure you promptly -- BETWEEN willing part ol their instructors and pleasantly and permanently by re Irs- Mlchnel Curiiiiti Pldnlleld We desire to acknowledge the re- moving the congestion and causing mil marts imnii tlie inrtof minds jj mos the statement that Mie ceipt of a box of the finest strawber- Â¬ the bile duets to open and flow Louisville Evansvilfe St Louis the piijiils raught cold which eltled m her naturally Tiikyam good pim s Our city hni limit leiMin to be juug- - she was tieated for a mouth ries that wo have seen this season Tyler c Hemphill AND ALL POINTS and Win McKee ol our public ehonls and the by her fimlly pny iclau but grew from our friend Mr Josiuh Penn Hurdle proti WEST XOKTHWLST ic SOUTHWEST hope- - They aio just bimply suburb neatly work that is being vj con cicntiously worse lie told lier sue wa- a Tho only lino running three double and fnithttilly performed each yi Greatly Reduced Rates to Denver daily trains to Evansvillo without Mr Penn is delivering these o c uurac or atiu ilnie 1st hiuuested Dr Kings N w nutin tie liirmuioii change with high back oonches and guidance In the paths of knowledge Dl civery for Cm uiiiption sin berries to any who may wish thtm Via Chicago it North Western Earlor car Tho direct line to St u bottle and to deliulit running two double dally trains of air young ladles and gentlemen bought tiiiuir liulinll MJl iter Ill flivt and they would do well to apply at R til way On account of the an uial IV fmiwl oace before the beat of the seasons meeting General Assembly of the with high back sent coaches and graduated from withiu lot who me lis u e and shit Cumberland Presbyterian Church to Pullman sleepers through without their precincl N utter taking si bottle- - mind hu elf growth aiegoife be held in Danver May 18 2G lbflJ change Tickets on sale at L It should be a niuUer of pride upon sound and web now does Her own excursion tickets will he sold at the office this city For information as Happy Ridge iewirK a favorable rate uf one faro plus 2 for to rates route meoping car berths the pait ofour city to extend a fos- N on A v the round trip Willi tuvnrahlu return etcR call addressVIllte agent L ni drug tering hand to thK noble work or dis overv at J W Gayles on sale May 15 10 R Tickets The farmers are getting along with store Only ol cents and Sleery their tobacco nicely 18J For rates and other Informa- - H C MonnuE B L BRYANT A TP Frankfort Boys Get Home buttle guaranteed lion ask your neare t ticket agent or Asst G P A Mrs Bettie Semone- - and daughter piv to W A Cox 4S5 Vine street Dawson City Destroyed Maude who have been vi itiug in Cincinnati Ohio The Fiankfort boys who were in Shelby county have leturned home Capt Gaines Company of the Thiid WM CROMWELL La Grippe Is again epidemic The famous Dawson City Alaska i Kentucky Volunteers have returned wasalmosrtotally destroyed by fire Mr Morris Lapless and wile of ery precaution should be taken Ev to Tennesee are visiting his sister Attorney at Law home They did not all conie at one on April 20lli A woman ovei turned Mrs W H Lewis 0no fvold uv lti flPeclfl cr0ols iiiuiiiiu uuun uuiu l u ouupuru time and the exact time of their a lamp and that started the lire Miss Roann Goins had a new beau Publisher Agricultural Journal and home coming was not known so One hundred and eleven buildings Sunday last Mr Bobbie McDonald Advertiser Elden Mo says Frankfort Kentucky No ono win uo uisnppoiniea in us ng that there was no chance to give were destroyed involving a loss of We thinU it Is h that Estate Agent ivYinnto cvri n t Also RealFranklin and the Will practice In tin thon a rcceptiiui but old Frankfort over 4000000 with not a dollar of Mam mas Baby made mistake writ- - n udJolnlng oouritlee Courts ot hi last finnnii PiHnRnnr tnni- will also give stei Ij1 attention to tlie pin is just as glad to have her hoy back in r of Mr Ed Moore IoiilIdl to be ntr pnr uia hv Tioi M A4UUIU1IUI and audale ol real ettatu collection ol tei ts nimiiii chase Insurance y MoKee llardlo an old bachelor as ho was seen out as any of the towns which have claims and theneitoiUtlon of loans The worst feature however is in buggy nuing witn two gins last dna given receptions to the distinct com Â¬ the fact that there is no lumber with second Sunday and hud a smile on panies wiio went out from them which to rebuild the supply having his face Wellnow I say if it had The names of the young men are been exhausted some time ago and been measured it would have been as long as my arm right Wm T Reading Jr Hurry G Don- Â¬ builders were awaiting a new supply EJ that is tlie way toThats get them to aldson August SzymanskI Mervin before the tire think a lot of you Parrent Tom Jolinftin John Quin Miss Ida Semones says she likes Tim Huly Ed Burns Henry Roy Frankfort Boy Gets There Greens at all times of the year George Thompson George Turner Mrs A M Miles and Miss EJ Porter Joe Stelfee and George Dr Len H Hughes son of Mr Brawner made a flying trip toAgnes Bag Kelly Jan W Hughes of this city who dad last Saturday anu Sunday The boys brought a number of has been serving us a contract sur- Misses Laura mid Nora Penn curiosltles home with them atu are geon in the army in Cuba has been Mr Albert Hellah of Eminence also at- Â¬ to their friends by appointed Assistant Surgeon in tho tended church ut Pleasant Ridge giving pleasure Regular Army and will remain on Sunday last exhibiting them One or two Cubans were also duty in Cuba until the American Miss Anna Smith Is spending a brought along as their mascots forces are withdrawn fow duys in Shelby county this Dr Hughes has made a capable week and etlicleiit officer and we congratFlowers for Decoration Day Mr Luther Pence and Miss Anna ulate him upon his success in ob Moore were out buggy riding Sun Â¬ day last We are requested to announce that taining the appointment all those who may wish to contribute Miss Josh Allen and MI as Nannie Bismarks Iron Nerve attended Nichols of Frankfort flowers for decorating the graves of church tit Pleasant Ridge Quite a fcoldlers on Tuesday May 30th will Was the result of his splendid number from this community at Â¬ Wanted Presents a Javel please bring them to the custom health Indomitable will and tre- tended also house on the morning of that day mendous energy are not found where At the recent State Convention of A set of drawing instruments A Sunday school was organized at Kidneys A committee from tlie Womans Re- - Stomach Liver Tf vnn and Bowels Harvielaud UMinf thruu r nut nf schoolhouse Sunday Physicians held in Louisville Dr Must be in good repair and cheap Â¬ llefCorpswlllbe present and take qualities and the success they bring Sunday school every Sunday ut 8J0 U V Williams presented the Pres Apply at Roundabout ortlce or ad charge of the donations uo Dr Kings Now Life Pills They oclock p in Will be pleased to see idenf with a gaval made from wood dress box 225 Frankfort Ky 39dt aevelop every power or brain and all there It is hoped that there will be nn V0 Crkintlr In thn nlrloat liniiQO In 2Cc at J- - W GayloS Mis Pinkie Rucker and grand i nw nbuudance of flowers contributed ns urug store A Summer in the North daughter of Clay Village visited KV stood on the ground there aio n largo number of graves to house which relatives in Harvielaud last week Brings a Cuban Boy Home With Him be decorated by tho handsome new wup Tho delightful summer resorts of Ah Anna dont you think Bob looks sweet titter eating that tour dwelling of Mr T L Edelen on Wisconsin and Michigan are reached New Paper Lieut Sam South of the Hender by the Chicago North Western niundsaiid a half of candy Well Ewlug street son company Third Kentucky Vol Bob that Is right you bet every Ry among which are Waukesha Madison Devils Lake Green Lake We are In receipt of n copy of the unteers while In Cuba found a little timo you think you will win and Gogebic Lake Fox Lake Lake Graefenburg Banner a now paper Cuban boy whoso father and mother bet candy is the best always Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Luko I just oiti bllshed at Graefenburg had beenmurdered by the Spanish Air and Mrs Harry McDonald Mlnnetonkn White Bear Duluth Shelby county by Mr E E Harris Taking i Jty upon tho little waif ho visited relatives near Swltzer last Ashland and Marquette Free copy For Infants and Children of Hints to Tourists sent on appli with Messrs Stucker and Chownlng cared for him during tho time tho week Miss Liza B Pohgrovo has a now The Kind You Have Always Bought cation to W B Knlskern General regiment was In Cuba and when a local editors Passenger and Ticket Agent Tlie initial number Is a well printed the time came to return to tho bom every Sunday W A Cox 435 Vino street Cin- Â¬ Bears the Miss Ethell Moore has offered 50 SIgnaturo five column to pae four page paper United States the little fellow would cinnati Ohio her Inst Pearl It hasu good share of advertising not consent to be left mid Lieut rmviird for and find him ThatNmv boys Jets try will A four and a half horso power enlocal and general edltorhla South brought him with him to thlB and the almost get us a uuggy lm gine uses cither gasoline or gas and rkrfc fkrfcOciMDwith city The little chap Is n bright and are well written has been newly overhauled and put Mr Henry Polsgrovo is visiting1 AVe welcome our new brethren to sprightly llttlo ono and is a great in perfect running order Will bo friends and relatives In Harvielaud caiiea hopeies in t dlYl at least two thirds of all rinDtomi remar at a bargain Apply at this tho fraternity of pencll shovers and pet with every body who has seen this week ed Testimonials and TEH DATS treatment tree sold 28 tf office Papas Only Ciiild DK H H GRUBS 80IS Box K Atlanta Oa ecissors cllppeis him Â¬ - Capt Nevill M Garrett late As sistant Surgeon in the Third Ken tucky Volunteers returned home on Friday having been mustered out of the service Dr Guriett made a first class otlleer and has been highly complimented by hissuperioronleers He has been leconimended for ap pointment to a similar position in the Regular Army under the new law We will beorry lo give him ui from our city but we are deiU tMllt he will be appointed to the that he will MIlloil e ttk II- cinss Buckeye THimaaaam If you want a first any repairs for AJLOCCLOCOinlnUeror mower or ie t3 Si rw7 Lan -- fho HeMerson Bon Â¬ - Â¬ -- I -- I - 5 wltwl t I I - - nnitn JACOB SWIGERT CO m it r I Agents Irxs uLTSLrice 101 AND 102 ANN STREET I Â¬ BMmsntof th Capital Hotel Â¬ irtr 0i i 7 CASTOR A Ml Xl Â¬ iZ IU n u Â¬ EaEHsSZ IHsagssaai Tf wiri O w And New Line of China Call and See Them B K b i Jii j jiJii JS Gurney Refrigerators Water Coolers Just Opened Paradise Alley fr 1 It Literary Notes In nddition to the complete novel in the June Lippincotts Green by Jeannette II Wal Withes worth there is nn Interesting and informing article on The Summers Â¬ How we enjoy the fresh spring air and the perfume of the fragrant roses Â¬ Ei Birds by the well known ornithologist Dr Charles C Abbott Mr R II Stoddard gives hU personal recollections of the poet Whittier The SaiMoni Feast of Pilaui is entertainingly describe J by Owen Hall while Chemistry In the Kitchen by Albert J Evans and Fires in by John E Metalliferous Mine Bennett claim the attention of the Â¬ Â¬ reader The number is rich in fiction with beside tho novel three lively short stories as well as a pathetic study of a mining camp by Theo Father dore Gallagher entitled The The stories are McUrath Opera Glass by Dora Read Goodale by Hollo A Scientific Reader Ogden and King McDouguls Kitten by Alice Miriam Jtounday Thevere of the month is con tributed by Margaret Gilman George Geruldine Meyiick and Eliza Culvert Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hull June 18th to 20th the Frankfort Ciueimmti Hallway will ell half rate tickets to St Louis and return account of the Elks J It Nkwtov G P A -- Mr Robert Rogers and wife of Shelbyville were called to the bed side of his sister Mrs E M Hopper who Is improving very slowly Mrs J B Young nnd daughter Mary entertained quite a number of young people last Sunday afternoon Those present were Mi ses Ella and Mattie Sheets Etta Allison Mary Roberts Lillie Clinesund Mrs Hallio Stacker nnd Messrs George Ben and Otha Clark Fowst Wriirht Tom Roberts Joe Baker Roy Sheets and John AllUon Mi ses Mattie Sheets and Etta Allison accompanied by Messrs Forest Wright and Tom Roberts at tended the Jnpanese lecture at Clioatestown Mrs Sallie Roberts of Hatton vis ited Mrs Fannie Young on Friday A Popular Wedding Trip last Mr George Robinson of Frank- - Is t t ke D c steamer lo fort called on Mis Mattie Sheets Macklnilc XhIuiiiI Michigan If you last ednesday evening Wlt a deBufuf wedding trip where Messrs James Young and Roy you are not likely to meet acqualnt- J new Sheet visited lelatives at Buffalo last ances taKe one ot the 1 steel pa senger steamers to the Week Cool Breezes Staterooms Tube Rose was correcting a mistake Island of icjerved days in nnd parlors that Mammas Baby made some nd vaiue Send two thirtystamp for ago and we know the fact that illustrated pamphlet cent weeks Address A Tube Roe also made a mistake for A Schantz G P A D C De- Â¬ it was not Mr Harvey Stigers thut troit Mich accompanied Miss Annie Roberts to church but it was his brother Allen Cast of Characters in Opera Sunshine Robert Macaire May 31 Â¬ Â¬ It makes no dllerenee how bad the wound If you use DeWitts Witch Bar The young folks of the Church of Hazel Salve it will quickly heal and Tyler iV Hemphill leave no ear RAILWAY the Good Shepherd have had on foot and Wm McKeee Hurdle VrMTTtirV n grand musical entertainment for Schedule In eirccc Ore 18 1808 some time and have been rehearsing No 1 No 5 No BABTDOPNI They have securtd the therefor 740am 8 3opm 745pm Lv Louisville The Kind You Have Always Bought BOWam fiffipm 907pra Ar Shelbyville b 5st of our local musical talent from 9Mam 665pm 950pm Ar Lorcnccbg 1016am 117pm 1000pm Ar Versailles ail the churches of the city and those 1045am 645pm 1035pm Ar Lexington M of no church No 4 No a No 6 WESTUOIINU Lv Lexington 730am 4JApin 515am The entertainment will be given at 755am 45pm 637am Ar Versailles the Opera House on Wednesday May R20ara MSpm 55Saw Ar Larenrcbg 912am 605pm 632am Ar ShrlbvUllo 81 IQSOam 735pm 765am It will bo under the competent Ar IouMllle j management of Prof Wuylnnd Gra Trains Nos I 3 6 and 0 carry Frco Observa Â¬ tion Chair Cars between Loulsvlllo and Lexham and that is all that is necessary ington WESTBOUND EASTllOUNU to say on that point No 12 No 14 No 1llNo 111 STATIONS Wo give the program in another SJOpm1 74amlLv Lotilsvll Ar 7irpra ia40am place Mpm 9 55am Ar LarncbrsAr olCpm 810am I 41pm I0 4lim Ar HurmWbgAr 4 2pm 720am If you love sweet music artistic 70ipm lOSiamlAr Hurgln Lv 4 15pm 710am WE3TDODND KA9TD0UND music and to look at the prettiest NoTIaTjTNo ca girls the sun ever shono upon go to NOJS tNo 071 STATIONS tvipm 7ioamIv Loulsvll Ar 10 40am 7S5pm the Opera House that night iirpm uirfirAr iiiuvu r 9 12am 6 ormm C17pm inICiin Ar Vcrsllcs Ar 7 50am 415pm Musical Treat i SOUTHERN 1 1 I -- ITXT OASTOR1A Â¬ BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana 64jpm llinamlAr Midway Arl T 30am 33pm 71ipm laoSpmlAr Ueorgtn Lyl 700am 300pm EASTUOUND WESTllOUND 5 STATIONS I Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha tNo tNo 740am 1022am ll02im llWpm1 lUipm1 tNo CltNo 2 aiopmLv Loulsvll Ar 104Uam 73ipm 20pm Lv Vcrsllei Ar 760am 445pm 7 uipm Ar Mcmviii A6iam 365pm aoipm Ar Klchmnd Lv 005am1 300pm lAr Irvine Lv lSupm No I STATIONS St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS CHAIR CARS V M rTailing j Leaves Give k Robert Maccniro ThoBJ Brislnn Jack Strop Frank C Hutohison u uin nuu ma u ucikuiiii l nn r W W Vrn wi mi V Regulars U in Comnauv B 18th U S r ifirvpnr von X rtntir i here on Friday night sov- - arrived t iir T A w Back to Qods Country warning oi Winter So the falling of the hair tells of the approach of age and declining power No matter how barren tho tree nor how leafless it may seem you confidently expect leaves again And why Because there Is llfo at the roots So you need not worry about the falling of your hair the threatened departure of youth and beauty And why Because If there is a spark of life remaining in the roots of eral days ahead of the time at which Ull I 11 li LJllMl U UltUi Ufa liuu lwwiti cnno tin iKiu nuttf tr RodlUtlll In all through the Cuban and Phil- Delnney John feuding ipiinewur He left Manila in March gapt UG eitzel and came by way of the Suez Canal something over 6 years Ernest Ben Blanton He has served in the Regular Army Ho is the Atlmlia Mrs Gran Graham oldest son of Mr W T Shy of the Princess Mrs John Stewart He has made u splendid Fanchon Miss Mavme Gaines Old Crow soldier and Is glad to get back to Eyonno Mrs H H Roberts Rosalie Miss Kathryn Gibbons Gods country JL J ST HOWARD RUGQ TRAV PASSR AQENT ST LOUW ELLIOTT OENL MQR ST LOUIS MO MO iWWAKELEYQENXPA8SRAQT8TL0UI3M0 J A TIME TAIUjC no dOCTIi il NoiJiJlo A M i Jl PJIj a 2 i 6 lllK triiut ri jiiriini5Djr 1 L xiitctu or xt aui 3 40 - Thanks Some friend in Kansas City Mo has sent us the May Day issue of the Kansas City Times which was brought out on the sixtieth anniver sary of the founding of that city It contains 68 pages of mutter giving a history of the city with Its vast railroad financial Industrial and domestic advantages It is a hum- mer from way back and reflects great credit upon its designers and pub Ushers the hair AVERS HAIR VIGOR If tnn itn nftt rthtln All thA bflnefltl you expected from tlio uio ot the Vigor Probably write the doctor about It your gen there li tome difficulty with wmcu ouy in huj em lyiiera removea Aaareu DU J 0 AVfiB Lowell Mas We desire to return uur thanks to our unknown friend for his kindness in sending the paper peasants 146 6M UM 610 Una Misses Lenu Kirtley Marshall Bornudet Haley Liz- No 16 No 1H No 20 SOUTH zie Hunt Ohinn Bessie Good fM A MI P M win Emma Payne Nellie Lillis 72 410 IV LoulUi Christine Bradley Maud White 237 764 441 AllCIUdlH 5 BSJI 314 lurbimr head Mary Gruy Mary New 647 a4 biuineiic 6 06 4 031 912 0 flailHlnbUrg Mrs T M man Ruth Ely 4U6 9 60 642 MUlklOlt J HI 1025 1KJ Newman Mrs 0 E Collins 610 149 Lxlliou Mrs Geo Salender and Mrs P H Newman N cralm oj Loulsvlllo uud L Messrs John Rogers Will way scittoiH 55J a in N trulns to Louisville and way L BlU1 Craik jacksou Sam White atiuioas 0U7 u in head Earl Rogers Jim Noonan N tmliid to Loulsvlllo and L Jack Gorman Emraett Noonan wuy Blutious 304 p ro B 1 tinliriKV Luraiu iiuiijticousnii- - sM 45l 4B- 1017 ID aS7 H33 U06 85 65 041 ta 5 10am1 115pm Ar AhIicvIMo 6 Oats Ar Savannah 9 00am Ar JaeUsonvlllo 5 55pm 045am Ar Chattanooea Ar Atlanta 10om u 60am l ooira 2 iSpa Ar Ma on 8 55am 955pm Ar Jacksonville 010pm 055am Lv Chattanooga 10n5m 1130am Ar lllrmlngham 23 am Ar Meridian 830am S30an Ar New Orleans Havam Cincinnati riorhiu Train No Limited carries Throush Drauing Hoom Pull man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Mvcon iimlJaclcsonvillc connects at Lexlnj ton orChattanocpa with Pullman Sleeping cat for NewOrleaus Free Chalrcar between Loo Uvlllc and Lxlnuton Observation Chair can between Lexington and Home C e cars elo pant coaches Train No 3 carries Pullman Sleeping carbe tween Louisville Chattanooi a ami ltrmtng Â¬ ham alo Through Sleeping cars from Lexing ton to Jacksonville via Aslicvtlli ard Snvan nah also via Chattanooga nnrt Atlanta N change Free Chair car Lexlnston to Chatta hrough leepln curs Lexington v nooiii New Orleans tDatlv except uudsv A WnEDOS P TA BTSWUT Lexington In Loulst llle Ky FSOANNON3d VPkOM J M CULPT M Washington DO Washington D C WATCIIKGPV WMHTAYIOEAGPA LouiavIUe Kj Washington D Lv Loulsvlllo Ar Lexington Ar Knoxvlllo I04ain105pm 7Toupm 4iiam No 3 74iipra 745am 9pn 1 PTA a Um5 1131 710 TO- - ALIFORNI c NEW via A la connection ORLEANS Pacific with tb Southern Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Leaving Cincinnati nnd LoulsUUe fast New Orleans Limited Gar on Ie It train It tVERY THURSDAY and J R Fisher U O trams to Loulsvlllo will arouse it Into healthy activ ity The hair ceases to come out It begins to grow and the glory of your youth is restored to vou We have a book on the Hair It Is free and its Diseases Thm Bmnt Atfvloo Frmm and raised by the Merritt Wrecking Co was brought Into Hampton Rhoads on Sunday having been towed across in eight duys She will bo placed on tho docks at the Portsmouth Navy Yard thoroughly repaired and then go into commission under tho stars and stripes fleet at Santiago Serious Accident i Frank Moore Frank Philipps p Lin N trains to Loxlnuton and SUKSET LIHIITED ANNEX Charles Snow William Tayor way Htntlons 950 a m ot theaouthern laclnc gUIng special through In Uncle Sams Waters Furtlouliir N trains to Lexington and servlcetooinKtuncisco couiiecllng lines of Agtnts L Steelo Reading Charles Nether ot tbtvl OH and way stations 437 p n StillATCH niv pass Agent Cincinnati O Emmott Goodwin and Loulsvlllo Frankfort Accommo JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pats Agent Memphis Tho big Spanish cruiser Reinn ton Mercedes sunk by the American William Reading dation arrives 812 p m m Soldiers C am O trains to Loulsvlllo 013 For Los Angeles and San Francisco wltbcnt The Limited also connect at New 909 change uully with Express Train for ttiPPaclflo Orleans Coast and on Tuesday and Saturdays with the 1 Â¬ Story o a Slave O O O U trains ease 1013 a trains oast 740 p m A V Hite Agent A W n HANSON 0 1 A KELLONI a o a Chicago rA Louiatllle The little two year old child of Mr Wm Roberts fell through a window afternoon and was severoly cut Medical attention was rendered at once and he Is doing nicely on Saturday To bo hound hand and foot for years by tho chillis of disease Is tho AM i TlMKTAmK worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells No Ji Nu21 how such u slave was made free He SOITH pays My wife has been so helpless a m Tm for five years that she could not turn W iV over In bed alone After using two fv Iexlnxtoii 1111 614 riuiKtort bottles of Electric Bitters she Is Hi M 700 8UJ 1100 wonderfully improved and able to IruSlKllle supremo rem This do her work edy for female diseases quickly cures No Ti No 21 melan Â¬ nervousness sleeplessness choly headache backache fainting and dizzy spoils This miracle work Â¬ Lv IonlsHK SC ing medicine Is a godsend to weak BlielbtvllU 2l ft Ullg 2 rrHiiktort Every sickly run down people 4U H16 CO cents ir Lexlnittou Only Ivittlo guaranteed B ld by J W Gayle druggist Â¬ Try tho Capital Steam Laun Â¬ dry for a clean shirt or collar 10 tf Telephone 17 IPIUM Ixiuiik b u DR and Whiskey HaMts cured at home with out pain Boole of particulars sent FREE 8 M Â¬ W00LLEV c 1M MorUt Pror CO Sv pj ej Pnouinonlii lucrlppe couuli cold croup mul whooping cough renIIl yield to Ono Jllnuto Cough Cures Uso this remedy in tlmo nnd savo a doctors hill or the undertakers Tyler Hemphill and Vm McKeo Hardle jmkBmiwLHm isir illlMMIMiiWiii fMmMi JFjttikAt A Jill lJlfuinminnnnnnnjinnnnnrminnnrLrinmtnnnnnr H rtruinnnnJimunjtruimtnnmtnnruinnrmnnnnnninnr ij SILVER PLATE THAT WEARS 1847 - ROGERS - BROS - KNIVES - AND will furnish you w a m ritH - FORKS O No substitution is one of the things you are sure of in buying from us Knives and forks stamped 1X47 Rogers Bros we can and We shall not try to make you think some other Rogers is just as good or will wear just as long 1847 is the acknowledged original and genuine and imitations are sure to be a po r substitute We know it You know it Incidentally let us state the prices of these goods have been advanced but we will continue to sell at the old prices while our present stock lasts 1847 Rogers Bros Knives 175 per set 1847 Rogers Bros Forks 175 per set If RELIGIOUS A Ascension Episcopal frninnnruirumnnrurronrinjinrmnjuinjirtjinnnrinn SELBERT Reliable Jeweler Frankfort Ky To all these meetings the publio is oordiiuly invited Rev Henry H Sweets of Louisville has been preaching every night in a special meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church Mr Sweets is a delightful preacher and the meeting bids lair to be a very successful one Â¬ Rev R L McOready rootor Mr Rbbt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service and sermon at 11 a m and 430 v m Morning Prayer at 9 a m At the service at 11 a tn the Bishop of the Diocese will ordain Mr R E Abraham as Deacon and at the afternoon service the apostolic rite of confirmation will be administered There will be special music at both services and tho public is cordially invited to attend It is expected that tho cornerstone of the new Parish House will be laid sometime during the coming week and notice of the date will be given on Sunday Service on Wednesday at 430 p m Sunday school at 045 a m in the Chapel All scats free and evojyono cordially welcomo to all services Â¬ Ghukch To the Ladies of Frankfort The Annual Sunday school Convention will be held next Saturday May 27 at the Providence Baptist Church It promises to bo a source ot great help to all Sunday school workers Among those wno will make addressed are Dr Williams Â¬ Franklin County The improvements on our store now being finished we are1 prepared to show the people of Frankfort and Frariklinu county the largest and most complete line of staple and fancy foreign and domestic dry goods notions Indies and gents furnishing goods rugs mattings oil cloth etc to be found ir Central Kentucky We respectfully ask the trade to inspect our line before they buy as they will find our prices exceed- Â¬ ingly low and quality and style the best place Remember Todd Piof Rhoads Rev tx h Sweets Louisville Rov I M Yonnn Persia Capt J J Nelson Salvation Army Papers will be read by Miss Mary Page Mrs M B R Day Mrs W S Farmer Mrs Yonan ot Peisia The convention will meet at ten oclock and adjouru at four every Sunday It Li Baptist Church RevMBAdams school inhoped that will send at leant the county the pastor will preach at 11 a m one representative Send reports of and 730 p m WorK ot last year Tho Xounjr Peoples Society will Wit Crowe Jr meet at 630 p m Leader Miss Pres Pro Tem Nettie Kennoy the in Worldliness Subject Y M C A NOTES Church Junior Young Peoples Society Rev I M Yonan of Persia wi 1 meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in peak at the Mens Rally Sunday 33a p m Mr Yonan is an exceedingly the Chapel Prnver menting Wednesday night bright young Persian who has been nt 730 oclock studying in this country about six himself Jor mis Class in Sacred Literature will meet years preparing immediately after the sionary won amoug run own poopio Â¬ The young men of the city are cordiSunday school in tho Chapel at 940 ally linittd to attend this Rilly and a m Special classes for young men thobo wno avui inemseives oi inis Seats freo and all are cordially in opportunity to ht ar an address of exceDtional interest will not co away vitctl disappointed Mr Robt L Greene will have Imrge yf tho meotln HnuiSTiAN Cnuncn Rev George In the absence Of Adjutant Jewell Dnrslo tho pastor having returned from Carrollton will preach at 11 who was unable to come to Frank fort last Sunday an excellent im a th and 745 p m A Famous Un promptu address was given by Rev Evening subject T F Taliaferro and interesting known Urave Youug Peoples Society of Chris remarks wore made also by Captain 645 tian Endeavor meets at Mrs p m J J Nelson JH in the chapel Leader Secretary Canfield is at Grand Rapids Mich this week represent Topic Established in Heart ing the local Association at the Prayer meeting Wednesday night International Convention of Young in tho Chapel at 730 Mens Christian Associations which Malicious Judging Topic began its sessions in that city on Endeavor meets Friday Thursday and will adjourn Sunday Junior nt 330 oclock afternoon evening Sunday school meets at 030 will be cordially wel The public Confederate Dooora ion Day comed to all these services and es city peoiallystrangers in the prayer-meeting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr W O Simpson Mr McKonzie K the HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Americas Lsiiiiii Corsets 150 each Hvery pair guaranteed 50c to Pries GROCERIES -AT- Al -- LIQUORS Great values Lace Curtains in window snanes Dmien ai How LOWEST PRICES uT H DRSIin b Â¬ Swiss you can save money on India Linens White and Fancy Piques c Lawns Organdies Lie sure to visit our store Tho day for tho dncorutiou of graves has been vices to morrow chnngod from the laat Saturday Father Thomas S Major tho paBtor in May to Juno 3rd tins being Low mass atouu am iuk 10 am Vespers at 730 p m tho anniversary of President Davis birthday which is- to be First Presbyterian Church observed all over the South D D the Rev J McOlusky Blayney a m and Tho wives and daughters of all pastor will preach at 11 Confederates who are interested 730 p m Sunday school at 945 a m in this cause will pleao have Christian Endeavor Society meets flowers at the Confederate lot at 045 p m in aunuay scnooi ruum Prayer meeting Wednesday even by four oclock Saturday after ing at 730 Those who noon Juno 3rd cannot take thorn to tho ceme T F tery will kindly leave them with Methodist church--Ro- v Taliaferro tho pastor will preach at Miss Overton private entrance 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school meets at 030 a in - oftho Furmors Bank as early Prayn raeotlng Wednesday ovon- that morning as possible inlno Castors Aid SoaJcty will moot Eliza II Ovkuton nt 3 oclock each Wednesday after- Pres Confederate Memorial As- Â¬ sociation nEpworth League in Sunday school serCatholic Church The usual Rov Confederate conducted by Â¬ We Kodol Dyspepsia Cure TolfllollorllrroatfltinfVrt and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is tho latest discovered digest- atlt ana ionic JMO uiuer yicyaiawuu can approach it in efficiency ix in stantly relieves and permanently cures Â¬ Â¬ H G MATTEM WHCES- - io - Digests what you eat - piuflitr 334 MAIN STREET C KagiD Bro Â¬ FRANKFORT Â¬ Â¬ No 41 St Clair at Bridge SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsanq all other results of Imperfect digestion Prepared by E C DWitt A Co Chicago Desirable Lots for Sale The untlenUntul oilers for Riilo us one lot or Btniillor lots to suit imrclimer Hie vacant Inn I or town Ion trontlntt nt ait 277 feet on Kast side of Wilkinson utropt mid hi dliiR o Nortu side or Mero stret t about Ui feet to center teet Tonus wmlo known on applied- j i Dyspepsia Flatulence Indigestion Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Frazer Axle Grease -- room nt 045 p m Official Board meetsTuesdayovcnho public cordially invited to et And Rev Frankfort Council No 5R and S Al Southern Piiesdythrian church i xonau 01 j I - II II SWCOtS of Loulsvillo will proach Mondav and every night next week Rov II H Sweets of Louisville will conduct a protracted mooting Sunday school nt 930 a m Young PooplosSooiety of Christian Endeavor meets at 045p in V VnV of M 11 n tn ubuh m TlflV Thorn will boa culled meeting of Frankfort Council No 0 It and S The MIsh Mim Exurn property on HO nKMTUfn HC rxt M in the Blue Lodge Room of tnnT Apply to L F J Murray Htmt nnmilR JliN XiaBIWii 3i tf asoulc Temple Monday evening Johnson itf B next May LOtli at 730 oclock for For RcntStore Room rMar1 ku Umot im Cold Rlii work A full uttcndutiio of the com Wall Paper Highest Awards at Centennial panions Is euniP itly requested Paris Tho lnne sttvre room in Mnsonic Muutadund and Worlds Fair CO By order of pRAZER LUBRICATOR ai000 bolts of Willi niior nt low Temnluono oftho est i the city W Kivis Master juiiiiiiiLtoii in I O uwford Is oifored for rent Apply to Capt nrkTH Factotleai ChclaQO St Lcull New York bicycles M A Colunh Attest BOMilam or Bon T Jmrmor My 4 tt ai tr BixT Faumik Recorder IN I tAIriRTHIT 0t0e aC H JOHN I UVD8KV Kxecuior o Jolin 8 II irvle For Rent Cheap N OTSBSffiw uir SECM r09j H 1 Â¬ J- - i SWtiSS r 7 JOHNSON STREETHOGE 311 3VE AI1V SPECIAL SALE Fancy Silks 48cts for silk worth 65c 68cts for silk worth 90c 78 cts for silk worth 100 98 cts for silk worth 150 India Dimity at 10c yard a bargain RUFFLED CURTAINS Muslin 50 pairs Rufflrd Curtains at 125 to 2 00 stylish pretty and cheap SAILOR HATS The small Knox shape is the fashionable one and to be you would have one sell them from 50c up We un-to-dat- Fans Farasols Kid Gloves in great variety and very low prices DINNER SETS We have 8 sets of china beautifully decorated 100 pieces to the set that we will close at 1500 worth 4 2 250 and 2500 LADIES VESTS Swiss Ribbed Vests Low Neck no sleeves silk tape at 10 and 15c Swiss Ribbed Lisle Vests 35c or 3 for 100 extra good for the price WHITE GOODS White Organdie and Paris yards wide for com- Â¬ mencement dresses French Nainsooks from 25c yard up Inda Linen from 5c yard Muslin 2 LEGHORN HATS Will be the picture hat We have of the season them in quantity and will sell you one at oScts that is worth a CYRANO CHAINS Belt Buckles Collar Clasps up 200 FRANKFORT DEATHS BIRTHS KENTUCKY The Most For Womens Club She was a devoted member of the will be of a literary character Christian Church and the funeral ducted by Miss Thomas and Miss took place from that church on Merkcr both of Louisville Thursday evening from 8 to 10 Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock ser oclock Miss Christenseu of the vices being conducted by her pastor Louisville High School will lecture ZRev George Dorsle She leaves three daughters Miss on art illustrated by stereopticon Friday afternoon the subject con Â¬ Ruby Mrs J W Gaylo and Mis and 33va and two sons Messrs T B sidered will be Economics and W C Macklin and a host of Mesdames Humphrey Whitesides warmly attacneu menus to mourn and Chatterson of Louisville Mrn Walker of Richmond Mrs Renniek his death of Winchester Mrs Lacey of Frank- M A Collin will hnvp hu ntirn Hn will conduct this entertainment stock of hardware wall paper paints after which will follow a general oiis glass etc removed to at ciair discussion of the points presented street by Juno 1st 1899 a9 lt will 2ilta Harrison of Lexington read a paper and a practical demo Bloodless Shooting stratlon of home economics will be given by Mrs Snow of Colorado Col C E Merrill formerly of this June On Friday city and a grocerynan by tho name1 bat ween the evening ten and tho 2d twelve v hours of of Hugelmeyer became invo ved In J Womens Club of Frank viii n nmnitvi ua U I 111 uiu ui unu ti luttvijtiwii lit f day during which feveral Miots Tjuii parlor of the Capital Hotel to the were exchanged but luckily no visiting club Wood was spilled The trouble arose State Federation women Frankfort club members over Col Merrill asking Hugelmeyer why ho ordered him out of his es- and their escorts Â¬ Â¬ I Willis At the home of his pur- - The State Federation of Womens enls on Wilkinson street in this Clubs will meet in this city Juno 1st city on Tuesday morning Johnnie continuing two days The meetings Willis son of Mr Charles Willis Will be held in the ball room of the aged six years after protracted ill Capital Hotel The Federation will ness be called to order by Miss Hamilton at 11 Wed- President o the Federation Macklin In this city on a m Tho morning meetings nesday morning at 6 oclock Mrs oclock Mary O Macklin widow of the late of each day will be Riven up to the Â¬ business the Federation The 3Ir Geo B Macklin aged 67 years noon of evening exercises of after both and after a long illness interesting nature MrsJtfacklins maiden name was days will be of an and open to ail who may desire to Caldwell She was born and raised Jn Shelby county In early life she attend The Womens Club of Frank was married to Mr Geo B Mack fort cordially invite the public to lin of this city where he has re these four open meetings Thursday afternoon the meeting sided over since con11 Â¬ Â¬ PvoniVE In this city to Mr William Polsgrovo and wife on May 22d a daughter Willie Jane James In this city on Wednes Â¬ day to Mr H E James and wile a daughter Female Classical School Your Money Â¬ Prof G F Winston of Virginia j has been in the city this week look- Ing over the ground with a view to establishing a classical school for young ladles Prof Winston is a flnoscholar and has been very successful in the management of schools of this kind There is great need of school of the character Prof Winston wishes to establish and we trust he may find every encouragement In his en- Â¬ terprise 11 fies us in this claim That is always our endeavor to give the public better values for the same price than can be had elsewhere Our line of Oxfords this spring fully justi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SP leather Proposals For this price we can sell you an oxford made of soft fine kid solid throughout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip One of the best bargains in ourstore 4 Bid will be received until Friday noon June 2 1899 at the office of the Secretary of the Building Committee E M Drane Frankfort Ky for the constructhnot a cribbing and dam at tho pond or reservoir on the grounds of tho Feeble Minded Insti- Â¬ tute near Frankfort Ky The right reserved to reject any or all oids ur brag line of low cut shoes Any toe from corn to the fash ionable bull dog all kid or vesting tops kid or patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine turn soles B 150 E M Diiane Secretary 89 lt Picnic Chairman Building Committee Samuel R Smith Queen tfs ifcf The famous and Quality Ox patent leather YOhiWVpthefords in tan The best shoes vesting tops and newest styles made for the price Laird Schober Cos fine Oxfords These need no intro duction as they are the finest ladies Oxfords made All the styles and toes either patent leather or kid tips up-to-dat- e ii Tiiho Â¬ The German Benevolent Society will give their annual picnic on Thursday June 22 at Thorn Hill Park Alex C Henrys They always have a buslipl of fun at these picnics Every body invited to attend and have a good time 3 00 Â¬ Our Ladies Sailors at 100 are WMiSMSmJKS tablishment REAL AND FANCIED The average woman will scream with DANOERS ttilllA Mil - s tnnSi inn WkM 250000 CURED Leaders R 212 terror at the sight of an innocent little mouse and then comnlacentlv sit down and suffer in silence with diseases that are VXHOiXiVO Ordination Service I The Leading Specialists of AmeMca 20 YEARS IN OHIO meGlare St Clair Street Frankfort Ky You Want Son WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing can bo mora domonliilnp tn young or mlddlo agcd men than tho pres ence of thoso nightly losses They Â¬ f ivVSVi If Pierces Favorite scription it cures all The uterine disorders exact name of the dis case doesnt amount to a row of pins If it is in the womanly scription will 0MitXn be a dram a naln an In- flammnttnn nn Irrpffiilnrllv nr n jvaVnua r r and this medicine will act directly upon it onu restore me onratii to perfectly healthy action It prepares the gin to become woman the wife to become a mother the middle aged to pass the turn of life in safety It ii not a cure all but a medi cine for women only and is the prescrip tion of Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y the wdrldfamed specialist In the treatment of disorders of women Any reader of this paper may consult Dr Pierce free by mail Write him if your local physicians do not bcciu 10 unuersiana your case Ml W T Kidder nf Hill Dnti Pnrtn tltnn burg Center Enostmrg Vt writes i During the past year I found mjsetf pregnant aud U rapidly falling health I suffered dreadfully from bloatiug and urinary difficulty I was growing perceptibly weaker each day and suf fered much sharp pain at times I felt that something must be done I sought your advice and received a prompt reply I followed your directions and took twelve bottles of Or Tierces Favorite Prescription aud alio followed your Instructions I began to Improve immediately my health became excellent and I could do all my own work we lhe on a good sized farm I walked and rode all I could and enjoyed It I had a short easy couflueiuent uud have a healthy baby boy Dr Plercce Pellets cure biliousness ucsuuyiuK uer yuiuu ncr beauty her very life She wil uncomplain Intrly resign herself to the woes and miseries of female troubles which are to be dreaded a thou- sand times more than a tiny mouse It is grati- Â¬ fying to know that untold being rtoredWtomperfe vigor and strength byDr Pre- - i I w 3W a organs vorite Pre Fa cnh i Â¬ sion Episcopal Mr R E Abraham will be ordained Deacon by the Rt Rev Lewis V Burton I D U80P of Lexington It Is expected that several other ilergy also will be present and take part In tho service TOO CllOirottlie Cliurcll Will be augmented for the occasion and special music will be rendered Mr Ahriilinm nino io Vriink furl about a year ago irom Ashland Ky tousslHt the Rector of the Church of the Ascension unci to pursue ills n He has been nllllllLI under him most faithful and efllcicnt and has endeared himself greatly to the members of tho congregation und to the poor of the city among whom his worn has largely been and many u ill wish him hearty God speed In upon tho sacred his entrance ministry of the church At tho afternoon bcrvice 130 oclock the Bishop will administer the Apostolic rite of confirmation to rtwllill PI10 unliltr tixllnil t r attend both services It is also expected that tho cere mony of laying tho corner stouo of tho new Ahcenslon Parish IIouso will take place during tho coming week Notice of the dato will bo given at tho services on Sunday I I i On Trinity Sunday May 28th at 11 a in In the Church of the Ascen- Â¬ Just What - National Saengerfest ol dlieutt anil n whob train of symptom xuy uwu a man lor Dunne marnod Ilto and social bapplnoM No matter whether caused by oil habits In youth natural T7caknei or sexual excesses our iiuw aiciaoa xreaimeui mil positively vuruuu i Reader vounccil lioln TnrlvnltiA AI luicr uicciroi may uavo weakened you I KxposurO may haio diseased von Ynn I aro not safo till cured Our Neir Method I win euro you i ou run no risk a1i1a and lacsrard nonous irrltablo and ex Â¬ citable lou bccqmo forgetful morose and despondent blotches and pimples sunken oyos wrinkled face stooping form and downcast countenanco reveal mo ungui 01 j our existence NO CURE NO PAY 250000 CURED nla 0UniT Alan Vnit nrA I WE CURE VARICOCELE Vn mlHor liftiv eim Iaiki vniii mm maw bo pr how lonif sou may havo had It our NIM MUriroi iUEATMKNT will euro It Iho wormy elns return to their normal condition and hence the sexual oreunj reecho proper nourish Â¬ ment lha organs becomo Utilized nil unnatural drains or losses ccaso and manly powers return No tomoorarv benefit Jbut n permanent euro assured VA NO OlKltA HON N OESSAKY NO UETUN- - For tho pimt six months we have been selling Tin- Red Circle Pill a preparation originated by an old and uece8ful Kentucky physicinn and used by him for sixty years in tho treatnit nt of all liver kidney and stomach troubles The Red Circle Pill has not been advertised in Frankfort Our sales however havo been phenominal and in every in stanco the remedy has given satisfac tion If you aresufferitiR from dys Â¬ pepsia indigestion constipation biliousness jnundico palpitation ver tigo or with an old fashioned head ache ifa female from painful or In cullicient oroxcesslvo menstruation or fioin any trouble arising from a dis arranged or torpid liver tho Red Circlo Pill is warranted to reliovo you or wo are directed to refund you your money Try a box at 2o cent Qnee in your family you will never w AicKco liar- 00 wmiout mem as tf die J W Gayle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati Railway Company will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return June 27th to July 1st mited to July 5th at one fare for the round trip J R Newton Gen Pass Agt Â¬ the Frankfort On account of tho above occasion Edgewood Honu For Sale Eilgewood Home with 27 ncrev frnntlnr nln feet on East Main street is for saleut private sale part casu balance In 6 or 1U rears nt 0 per selllin the entire phce either for the site of the tew t te Cupltil iovernors iuanlou or pub Â¬ lic nark or the greater chnnm nr spiiinu mr rnuunu uuiiuiui luis iu puy lor me nlllCrt nml stilt hiiteu li rue purci It IIeft innv T arriw Frankfort Ky April 19 lb 800 Sb Iiu COTTAGEJOR SALE On behnlf of the heirs of Mrs Naomi H deceased I will otter nt publle sale to tho JilBhest bidder nt the courthouse iloor In rrnnk on MONDAY JUNE 6th 1MW fort Kentuck about the hour of 11 oclock A Mthe cottiuto owned by said decedent nt the time of property her death sltiuitedtindfrontlnB on Third Street tiouth iTiinkfort hounded by the residence property of DivldNleol on the West by acnnt lot on the bouth and by the property formerly owned ii J W Joliiison on the east belni tnentnie JS feet trout on Third street and running bmk n depth of hundred and elirhty rour 1281 teet mid being the same proiierty conveied to wild decedent by Tohln nud llu y by deed dated December 30th 1880 There U ii one story brick itnelllni coitalnlns four rooms and a kitchen situ tto i mi said lot lurchmer to nay ona thlrd ninh balance In one uud tnu le irs enu ti amounts with interest tit the m e of six per ce it t fron day of saK tmired b hen on the propem but the iur chaser to hnio the rkiit to pu nil cash l K- - MoCLUKE i Ua ece11- 3 2t On iioN riioM jiuaiNEss Puuil Mouse for Rent CURES GUARANTEED hooks iiihe ritimivi If nnablu to call write miiw ULANK tnr UntV TKKATMENT inr n mil MODKRATi Wo treat and cure SYPHILIS OTiUCT iMIbHlOX8 IMlOTUNOV BTH orillti 6KMll VAUIUOOKLB WAIj WIShLS lllAIHiil AND KID NKY dsearcs CONSULTATION Pitnn Containing flvo rooms lipsidpq Kitchen and batn room on Main street For information apply to Dr G W Chlnn 203 Main street 21 tf to Â¬ Kennedys Kergan t 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O aST 7 rX23 W19 ASiB AsUB fcSr m You aro authorized to announce mo as a candidate for Jailer to fill tho unexpired term of J W Alley deceased subject to any regular action of tho Democratic party V 30 2in WT Sacra Editor Jioumlabaut r Esam WmaSm ciotning Denarimen t Furnisninq Mens all wool suits Depart Siioe Deparfmem Hat flptfiU Tug is now Mens all wool fancy cheviot suits 600 to Si 000 Mens ifft- 500 mem I a The season straw hat at all prices newt styles Linen hats 50c on for w Bag all wool black and blue serge Just received a large lot of suits 800 to - 1500 Mens fancy silk Madras shirts soft soms jooks like a Si co double breasted silk faced all one will only co t you 50c h Minn SSWI u up serge 1000 to for k We have them and in all the 50c to 300 and caps 25c to oDpailirpl If you are going to take a trip this summer and need a Trunk Bag or Telescope or Dress Suit Case you will find us the best prtpird house iti Central Kentucky to take good care of you in this ne- 1 The best shirt 00 that i8od eooa uuicment skuici moor Boys short pants suits i5oand spot cash can produce to 6oo Boys long pants suits 350 to i2co 1 - Knox Hats Stetson Hats 5 500 4 and -- fS 3 PIMBiHHSttflBjgJji3 Mens low cut patent leath er Â¬ Trunks 3 to 7 Bags 3 to SlOv Telescopes 50o to 125 Dress suit oases 2 to 8 II 500 Our general line cf mens Mens low cut tan 500 and boys felt hats comprising Mens black vici southern all the newest shapes and tit s 500 colors is the largest and most Mens black vici Southern complete we have ever carried ties Ladies black kid Oxfords solid 100 Boys shirt waisis 20c to Ladies kid lace shoes Mens Y hose good ones 3 solid pair for 25c Black Cat brand 125 Childrens cloth lace shoes 3 pair for 50c It may be you do rot know black and tan 100 sizes 8 it but we do e p the largest to Exclusive agents fenness and best line of gents jewdry Miller shoes and Oxfords in the city 1 1 1 Mens low cut tan 300 300 Prices to suit all TO fcj Frankfort TCfintnrkv I I -- 1 DURING THE 1L0NT1IS OP JUNE JULY AND AUGUST OUll STORE WILL HE CLOSED AT 7 OCLOCK f- fIZl JTTfT JIlTr J Mw K Jl I JPU m ff EXCEPT mtt X vm I Huntington West Va ON m I SATURDAYS vo Kentucky Historical Society Kentucky Populist Convention tatforl Â¬ Citiuiti Bailwy1 1 Invitations are out for the general meeting of tlie Kentucky Historical at 11 oclock a in Society June Member of the Society thioughout the State and in thi- - city arc ex pected to Officers Â¬ the Mayor of Frankfort of the Press and Representative be pie ent The State many of the notable lawyers are invited to be present along with ho have contributed other citizens from time to time to the furnishing of the looms and itgla s cases with relics newspapers books and souvenirs in which the history of the State is indicated and its customs described Other papers in the State me re- Â¬ spectfully lepiested to copy this notice Â¬ ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN In accordance with the action taken by the State Central Commit- GINCINNAM AND FRANKFQAT tee at Its meeting held in the city of Louisville on Februiry 27 1899 a ASK FOB C flAILWAY TICKEra VIA F mass convention of tho Peoples Party of Kentucky is hereby called Schdtabof tiMlm tn oloctDaOnb r Etli Id a to meet In the city of Frankfort on Tuesday July li7 1699 at 12 oclock am iii i jr noon of said day for the purpose of TIUIN3 EAST NoS vo6 Nol Mixed Mixed nominating candidates for the follow Â¬ tdssr ing State ollices Governor LieutenU 7 00 3 40 ant Governor Troasuier Auditor of IvFnnkfoit 120 711 Klkhorn H52 Attorney General 186 Swltzer 71S Public Account 4 55 72- stuuijilngUroiiid 4 1j S cretary of Suite Superintendent of 7 34 6 4 15 Duvills Public Instruction ald Coinmh Georgetown 745 4V8 i30 B17 Newtown 44S 8 I sioner of Agriculture 10 be voted for 3S3 S25 460 Centervllle as the candidates of said party at 46 K30 Elizabeth li00 to beheld November Ar Paris the election 84 J 5 10 400 Â¬ 1 DO 1 A yywwwwt The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF rTT The Encyclopedia Britannica The Pilot knows just how to steer a vessel to bring it safely through the shoals and out into the open Just so the Encyclopaedia Britannica is the one absolutely reliable guide for the voyage of life One cannot go wrong if its teachings are followed It tells the mistakes men have made how others havesucceededandwhy An intelligent man gets good from the experiences of others and steers clear of the rocks they ran against The very presence of the Encyclo paedia Britannica in a house gives the place an Intellectual tone A library of thousands of volumes does not offer such an oppor- Â¬ tunity for successful home study and development as this master- Â¬ There is no more instructive reading on earth piece of literature To a life whose current than that contained in its 30 volumes Just runs toward the future this great work is indispensable now you can secure the From Moro Castle Mr Geo Thompson of the Third Kentucky Volunteers when he camo home horn Cuba brought a piece of one of the doors of Moro Castle which he gave to Otlicer Zack T Thomason Mr Thoinasons son turned out a policemans billy from the wood and now Zuck is as proud as a peacock of his new club Remember the ion specialists are stopping at the Hotel Fleming Our work is cer- Â¬ tainly first class and highly recom Â¬ mended by those who use them Dont wait until too late hut call at p m to 5 p m once nncl see us 1 scalp and complex- Â¬ Jllrvi chester and tho Farmers Bank of First payment One Dollar 100 and Three Dollars 300 per Kentucky at Frankfort Persons montn tnereatter The closing exercNes of the colored Beware of Ointments to Cure wishing to buy said stock are re No 2 Half Morocco Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish quested to call on tho undersigned Catarrh that Contain Mer- Â¬ Hljrh School were held ut the Opeia Book Paper 6000 or J W Poynter at the Citizens cury Houie on Tuesday night in the First payment Two Dollars joo and Four Dollars I400 per C S Fjikxch Bank month thereafter presence of a very largo and enthu Agt of Jas It Wornalls Heirs No 3 Sheep Tan Color Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish siastic audience The program wns as mercury will surely destroy tho 32 tf Winchester Ky Book Paper 7500 out The essays sense of smell and completely de successfully carried and Five Dollars lsoo per First payment Three Dollars l3 range tho whole systom when ontor month thereafter of the graduate four In number ing It through tho mucous surfaces June 13th to IGth the Frankfort Is granted by paying cash within 30 days after the A reduction of 10 reflected great credit not only upon uch articles should never bo used Cincinnati Hallway will sell tick receipt of the work W II except on proscriptions from reputa ets to Ashovllle N C and return the students but upon Prof ble physicians as tho damago thoy FOR SALE BY Mayo who has been untiring in his will do Is ton fold to tho good you limited to June 30th ut ono fare for tho round trip endeavors to make the work of his can possibly derive from them Halls J It Newton Q P A Tho singing and luatarrn uuro manuiaetureu oy a J school a success Co Toledo 0 contains Ohenoy other exercised were exceedingly wo 1 no mercury and Is taken Internally If you havo piles cum them No acting directly upon tho blood and Cut Kates to Pacific Coast rendered Company Koehlor mucous surfaces of tho system In use undergoing horrible operations Prof Mcllenry Rhcluds Superin buying Halls Catarrh Ouro bo suro that simply remove the results of the Tho Frankfort it Cincinnati Hull tendent of tho City Schools and tho vou trot tho iron ul no It is taken in disease without disturbing tho dis Lumbor Dealers of Louisville Ky teachers and graduates of tho White ternally and mado in Toledo Ohio ease Itself Piaco your confidence In Invite jorrospnndouoo with mill men way Is nowKllinu tlckulK 10 Ptcitly Coast points and the Isurth by Hlirh Schools were present and Ifroo F J Ohonoy by Co Testimonials DoWItts Witch Hazel alve It has who havo lumbor for silo Tiii y buy at very low rates toAsk ticket utst BQfSold ngeni Druggists prlco never failed to euro otiiihh It will Piplnr and Hardwoods In mixed very much enjoyed the performance for particulars 75o por bottlo not fall to cure you Tyler Ilomp unvs Dry or Oman Writo them indeed 31 Gm J R Newton G P A Hulls family Pills are the best hlllnnd Win afcKeo Ilardle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Decided Success The delegates from the several Railroad Commissioner- - Districts are requested to meet at the name time and place and nominate a can didate for the ollico of Railroad Com Â¬ missioner for each of said districts Tickets may bo bought at reduced rates on ull railroads in Kentucky And it is for this convention earnestly hoped that eveiy Populist who can possibly do so will attend this convention and a sist in tho nomination of a ticket which will commend its elf to the voters of Kentucky ieurdle s of their party ulhliatiuns The dangerous assault made upon the freedom and puiityof the ballot by the last Legislature makes it Im neratlve that all voters should be alive to their privileges and responsi bilities if tney woum preserve me blessings of liberty for their poster- Â¬ ity Let all Populists rally in de Â¬ fense of their homes their wives and their children and make this convention one to bo long remem Â¬ bered in the history of our State Other pU ers please copy V B Biudqeford Chairman W P Ma ksii Secretary Â¬ 7 1899 TRAINS WEST I No AM Phsw Passrl IMssrMixod 0 30 No 4 rM A NoCNoM 425 4411 JI I M v Paris Elizabeth Centervllle Newtown ieorgetowii Duvulls btHmiilngflround Swltzer 940 103 C40 60 3f3 45 555 46C 10 3 IO 02 l 610 7B1 lr Elkhorn Fntnkfort 1 1050 1100 1107 1120 G32 0 39 049 G5G 810 822 840 710 Bff 916 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI AM M AM 70 15 750 1005 340 421 43S G40 Lv Ar Lv Frankfort Ar Cincinnati ioortfetowi JeowtoWM Ar Lv Ar Lr 112 1032 1023 R30 rw 4 710 6 JO 017 mi Daily except Sunday O A N B connoc connects with L O with Q C Railway in connection with Qae n ho Y Crescent Route forms the quickest route irom Frankfort ami Purls to the South and via Clncli natl a direct line to the East and West Encyclopaedia Britannica For One Dollar Cash that the entire Thirty Volumes with a Guide and an elegant Oak Book Case will be delivered when the first payment is made You will be surprised when you learn the paying the balance in small monthly payments Remember too UEO B HARPER ienlSuut JOSEPH R NEWTON A O P A Bank Stock For Sale LOW COST Here it ist No i New Style Buckram Cloth Ma hln Plnlch Rnnlr Pinr the Citizens National Bank of Win I havo for Rale shares of stock In The complete set Thirty Larue Octavo Volumes Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Â¬ R k flneCLiUe SON I Â¬ IInry M Â¬ I