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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rappwVi 3SE2B3 KHBSI The GEO A Framfobt Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advanoo NO 42 VOL XXII FortlicRouniluboutl Expiation FRANKFORT KY Â¬ JUNE 17 18M Â¬ fcV W P our Baptist Church U spending Home day luiu visiting among his congregation Mr Wnlnscott nnd wife if Owen I wnndored through n garden county urcguesta of their son Mr lovoly month of Juno In tho Andrew Wnlnscott When tho frngrnnco of tho roses Mia Van John on continues very birds in tuno And tho singing sick Mndo tho world a fair Elysian Mr Hawkins is in Frankfort Of swootnoss and porfumo under tho treatment of Dr H S tny soul knelt down adoring And Keller All its beauty and its bloom Mr Dtugherty of Lex burton was saw a rare exotic There I the guest of Ids cousin Mrs W P Leaning oer tho garden wall Johu on Sunday rwas a rose of silvery radiance Messrs Jas Q nnd Sawyier Partcc Growing high above them allr who have been uttending college at So splendid and exquisite Georgetown are at home for the With the mornings pearly cheek vacation ri I fancied twas a spirit Miss Maggie Ooln has about re liko smilo andj covered from a seven nervous shock That could dove speak fn caused by an overdose of cocaine My soul with love was smitten MrsR T Lattn and brother Mr Geo Johnson of Fayette couuty are For th s radiant Sharon rose 111 UI3 inU3HIU Ul IIILJl IllWbllUl I grant this wuspiesumption t t Van Johnson love no barrier knows But then Mr Ira Shy accompanied Miss I began to woo this beauty Geo gla Johnson to theeommence me fair As it overleaned m n at the Waddy Institute To blossom on my bosom Littlj Earl Barnes was so unforAnd to live forever thoro tunate as to fall and break the small bone of hitifhi uud is sutler ing con- And bo tho it wsb higher bideiably from It And was grander sweeter far Mr Lee of Trimble county was a Than all roses that grew nigher visitor here this week A strong at And that clung about the bar traction has brought him this way I planned and toiled so bravely here will be prayer meeting at Thence to win it from its place the Baptist Chuich on Wednesday And to touch and clasp it holy week And to breathe and kiss its grac- e- night of each present All arc cordially invited to be As if my pure devotion Mrs W P Graham had a narrow And my prayer at last was blest escape on Thursday morning As It waved down from its summit she was driving down the pike with my breast And soft rested on ttu W nhllrli nn Hip hiimri hiwimn nn IU f coupled throwing them all out1 halo 01 the rapture Like a Luckily none were beriously hurt Tohold it as my own Samej with caresses And to love it Thence my Sharon rose alone But its spirit soon dopartod And my rose in death undone Ah too splendid for my keeping Was tho rose that I had won Had I sinned in my ambition For this grandest gift of God Thon ny life is my atonement HHk flPPm H 1 Neath the chastening of His rod Jennie 0 Morton N Â¬ j 111 Â¬ June nth and on Saturday gave her scholars a basket picnic on the prem ises of Mr It Thurp A great many invited guests were also pro Hit ai u it was one of tho most enjoyable d select ovents of the season Mi s Ileum assisttd by her sister Mi a Mary also by Mr and Mi Thurp did everything possible to make their guests enjoy themselves Ham mod s and swings in prolusion and otlur games with social chats mado the day one to be long remembered by those present Mi s Emma Aubrey of Frankfort Is the guest of her sister Mrs Lei a Hulette of Jhoateviile this week Mrs Ernest Collins of FiankfirV was the guest of Mrs Taylor Collins this week Miss Annio Nichols of Frankfort is visiting on tho Hidgo this week Mrs James Graves or Shelby was the guest of her parents thjs week Miss Mattte Collins who has been visiting friends and relatives in Frankfort has returned home Mr Johnnie Edge ir was one of the lucky winners of one of the prizes offered by the Blue Grass Store Everybody in this neighborhood took advantage of the lecent rains to finish setting out tobacco Mr Joe Hieatt Mr John Hieatt and several other young men whose in setting out tobacco one day this week We miss the letters from Lily of tho Pike so much Come back to us again both in poetry and prose We enjoy JOUr iteillS r Master Chester anu Jnss trainn are Vlalllllg inuuua miu iii- UUlllllS utives in Louisville Misses Jesie Ituby and Ituberta and Master Landon Chambers of Lexington are visiting at Mr John Sguiue Dennis Polsgrove amH Irunk Stool und Mr bum Luceiield f4ails JMails flails All sizes cheaper than anybody We have a big stock of Ice Cream Freezers ranging in size from 1 pint for the sick room to 1 gallon for family reunion dinners WALL PAPER Elegant samples 1899 patterns PISHING TACKLE Just opened our new stock Fish hooks from 3 8 inch to 5 inches long Â¬ Â¬ STMGG MASONIC TSMPLE BAOOjN ANN STREET For a SUMMER CRUISE take the COAST LINE to MACKINAC WEW STEEL PASSENGER STEAMERS COMFORT SPEED and SAFETY up The Greatest Perfection yet attained In Boat Construction Luxurious Equipment ArtUtlc Furnishing Decoration and Eltlclent Scrvlco J Exchange Located The new telephone company have rented tho room over the law office of Col John L Scott for their ex- Â¬ change and will at onco have it put in shape for tho Hello girl Burglars Work A burglar broko into tho drug store of Mr V McKeo Hurdle on St Clair street on Saturday night and robbed the cash register of about 25 Tho police are at work on tho case and hope to nab the thief Geo H Stalilcn Of r SA if i t This gentleman is not only a pro jrevle citizen but n philanthropist lie i time to our city a few years ni o comparatively unknown and en Moved to Lock No 8 gaged in tho furniture business and Tho headquarters of tho officers in by his energy his politeness and direct charge of work on the river his kind ways has mado a hos Qf who Imvo had their records Ac at friends Mr Stehliij Is one of those who tho customhouse in this bity sinco last fall took them up to Lock No looks to the interest of his fellowman 8 on tho Gen O M Poo on Monday not alone for a selfish interest but to morning aid humanity in a substantial way He conceived tho Idea of furnishing National Park to the citizens of this county and city and all visitors tho beverage It has been about determined to prepared by God himself to nourish establish a National Park at tho and invigorate Ids creatures and blrthpluto of Gen Grant at Point beautify his footstool Seeing that Plcusnnt Ohio It is susceptible of on crowded days strangers frequently being made into a beautiful park as sulfered fortho want of water us well it Is well situated naturally as the poor tired horses which were ridden hero by countrymen on Mlllville county court days as well us at other I times Mr Stehlin prepared anil Mrs oIIriInyirulBVillolftrn8IIMi nt a own expense n IS thOgUCSt foimlUll am rccortclo for water in Rev Jus Q Inrtco of thla 4ilnco fmnt lf tniilMiinGiit whom nil prwichitl at Buck liun Church at Kht drnk aiU lo Nek mo um Forks of Elkluru Sunday a out money and without price ThoreLeast need come to Toromumnot npciiL wummjr our city nnd k away thirsty Tills place frlmwla In IS II KIIKI 01 II CIU0I1 WHO SIIOUIU he Miss Ida Brown visited appreciated and wo hopo that lie Germany Inst week Monroe Johnson who has may live long and prosper Mr been attending hchool at Waddy has returned home Pea Ridge Miss Murgaret M Canty graduated with high honor at Hxcelslor Insti Bev II M Polsgrove Is preaching tute Thursday of last week every night this wj ok at Choatovlllo Mr Ins Coin Ir and MIms Fannlo Church with a very good attend- Barnes attended tho SimdaVSchool mice Convention at Midway ouxurtuiy Mt8S Fnnni0 Ileam ofJetts doted Bov J Brlggs who Is pastor of her school atChoatevllle last Friday Â¬ To Detroit fllacfciuac Georgian Bag Petoskeg Cfiicago Daniels and wife of No other Ilne offers a panorama of 4S0 miles of equal variety and Interest Mc- Â¬ Missouri arc visiting Mr Ben Donald Fishing is tho object of Four Trips per Wiek Between Day and Nioht Servici Between their visit DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Toledo Detroit and Mackinac Sunday was truly Odd Fellows Fare Each Direction PETOSKEY THE SOO MARQUETTE day at this place Being decoration Berths 75c Stateroom 175- AND DULUTH day all members assembled to dec Connectlons are made at Cleveland with LOW RATES to Picturesque Mackinac Earliest Trains for all points Bast South oiale the graves of deceased Odd and Return Including Meals and Berths and Southwest and at Detroit for all After appropriate cere Fellows ApprozlmateCostfromClevelandSig5o points North and Northwest Irom Toledo 9i02s from Detroit 91375 monies at tho lodge room tho pro Sunday Trip June July AugSepOct Only cession formed in front or the hull Evert Day and Nioht Between headed by the Gilpin drum corps of Clovoland JPut-in-J3and Toledo Frankfoit marched to tho cemetery Setid 5 for T11lttralH PntnnnUt AMwhere the ceremony was conducted Detroit ana Cleveland Havigaiion Gompany A A 80HANTZ a p a OHTnoiT MIOH by Dr R B Glnn Thence tho crowd repaired to the church and Mr W B Bridgeford of Frankfort Special Di trict Deputy Grand Master for tho Iodic delivered a beautiful and appropriate address upon the origin and principles of Odd Fellow ship which was much enjoyed by all present This was followed by an able sermon from the Rev J W S iiiw who preached his tenth an- A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of Many thanks niversary discouise the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart tor the able assistance of those who Burn and Constipation took active part Most everybody resetting tobacco uusuuyeu uy uuivio Everybody get In line for tho con Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets vention to day All other remedies claiming to oure indigestion nnd dyspepsia contain PEPSIN This end of tho county has been well supplied with candidates for in one of its forms and ha long as PEPSIN in supplied to a weak or even healthy stomach in the shape of medicine nature will cease to uinke it nud the DYSPEPSIO jailer this week DOSE nnd of course uevor be cured of his will not be able to do without his Quite a number attended decoration trouble A stomach that will promptly digest food must mnko its own PEPSIN day from Henry and Owen counties and not rely upon medial uo for this most important agent j Sunday American Dyspepsia Tablets contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC agents Tho wife of Mr James D Brewer but nro composed of four old nud well known vegetable remedies which inJcombi offoot n cure by has been quite stck with lover for imtion will soonno book on the restoring the stomach to its normal condition STOMACH nnd its DISEASES Wo furnish no ALMANAC several days for tho LARGEST number of wrappers but will send n trial box to nny wifo en no prize free of co it Mr W M Harrod and uddress terlu ned a nuudier of young people AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS aro pnt up in fiOo packages and are to Sbnday that came to auenu uecora behnd nt J Y Gnyles and V II Averills or by addressing lion day ceremony Mr e J M 150 1 Â¬ Â¬ ny - A a Â¬ DYSPEPSIA CUREDI AMEEIOAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Â¬ nin I I Nit THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO The fie- - OASTOBIA LOUISVILLE lJOS A KY An Attractive Summer Folder elpututs of ilmllo affidX State L A Prihtful Blunder is W i JixXrlLaLlPU - j all points In tho Slate Your wheels carried free Ask agents for full par Â¬ ticulars Mr S The Queon Ky Juno 18 20 18 it Crescetn Itoule announces one and ono thlrd faro lor the round trip from Tho L A W meets at Blclimond Will often cauao a horrible Burn Bucklens Scald Cut or Bruise Arnica Sulvo is the best In tho world will kill the pain and promptly heal It Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Corns all Hoils Felons Ulcers Best Pile Cure on Skin Eruptions earth Only Lf cents n box Cure Sold by J W Gayle guaranteed druggist I The Louisville Southern hns Just issued a handsome Summer Folder of about 10 paues giving description cuts and complete information about the summer resorts in tho r outli reached by that line Copies of tills folder will bo mailed freo to any ad dress by Wm 11 Tayloe Asst Gen Pas Agent 215 Fourth Av enuo Louisville Ky Â¬ French Hogo and Mr Â¬ i Henry Ilearn of this county left Some of tlu results of neglected X will sell round trip tickets dyspeptic conditions of tho stomach L Tuesday afternoon for Huron Ind reduced rate art dlstaking with them seventeen hands to St Louismt10th and 20th of fare ro cancer consumption TJvsjiOiwin Final Juno 18th epilepsy Kodal who will bo given work on a rail Â¬ limit Juno 2lth account annual re case and euro prevents all this by eliectiugn road running from that place Tho union ami gnuui iook iiiuuiuig mm h cure in all cases of dvspepsin contract Is one awarded tho Mason Benovolent and Protective order of f ylcr Hemphill and Wm Mc IKcolInrdlo Elks it Ford Co some time this spring H1 rfrii r k avvltvsliViMiVVOTwwwwaipftrwkmktfwtfwrawwwWipwiPP wwrrJPwwWUrWWWwWWMrV We Are More Than Pleased K With our business this spring We have had the best April and May trade that we have enjoyed for the past five years We are satisfied times are getting better and we are look- Â¬ ing for a very large fall trade so during the month of m9 UHSTJE we aregoiug to offer some extra bargains in every department as we are determined not to carry over any sum mer goods Our stock is very large Call on us we will try and please you 1 i weitzel visiting relatives In Logan and Christian counties Mrs Worloy aud daughter Wlss Miss Flora Wolf la visiting relatives Marian were guests of Mrs S D in Cincinnati Miss Julia Hopple is visiting friends Johnson this week Rev Dr J McO Blayney attended in Connecticut commencement at Center College Mr Otho T OrutcherNr Louisville Danville this week was hero Thursday Mr Geo A Lewis of this office Miss Alice Pilkington is visiting was called to Mt Sterling on Tuesday friends in Richmond as a witness in court Miss Lottie Ohesney has returned Miss Blanche Coffman and Miss from New York City Anita Nourse of Chicago are guests Mr Ed Fennell and wife are at their of Mrs J P Hobson eld home in Uynthiana Miss Ada Gaines of Washington Mrs Sam J Shackelford is visiting City Is tne guest of Mrs W F Grayot Shelby street relatives in Harrodsburg Mr Geo A Lewis of this office Hon J C S Blackburn of Vermade a business trip to Paris and sailles was hero Thursday Loxington yesterday Mr Jos W Heddon of Mt Sterling Mrs Jno B Tern Die of Louisrlllo was in the city on Saturday Is visiting relatives and friends in Miss fiowen of Florida is the guest this city and vicinity of Mr E L Samuel and wife Miss Bain Lexington in the Mr Pat Downey of Georgetown truest of MissesofGeorgia and Emma Visited his old home this week Pay no Conway street Miss Mary Hcndrick Swigert is Mrs Asa Walker and Mrs Torbert visiting relatives in Henderson Coryell have gone to Ferguson Mo Mr Leonard Banta of Lagrange to visit Mrs E P Bryan Visited relatives here Thursday Mr Julian Jackson of St Louis Mr Albert McOlure and wife are Mo was here this week to attend the Jackson French wedding visiting relatives in Harrodsburg Capt Jas F Browlnskl and wife Masters William and Lampton have removed to this city to reside Herndon are visiting friends near Miss Elizabeth Holt has returned Duckers Woodford county from u visit to friends at Richmond Miss Rachel Cromie and Miss Mies Nora Miller of this office Cordelia Kendall are visiting Miss visited relatives in Lexington Sunday Annie Criener of Paris Ky Miss Lilian Armstrong of Flem Mrs Geo W Ohinn and Mrs Anna was the guest of Miss Hopple have gone to Now York City ingsburg Bradley Christine this week Miss Annie Temple of Louisville Misses Linda and Lula Hughes wore is spending the heated term in this guests of Miss Janlo Edwards in city Woodford county this week Mr Sam Rlnirold who has been Mrs Lee Dudley and of Chi attending s6hool in Georgetown is cago Ills are guests of son mother-in-laher at homo Mrs Mary J Dudley Mr M J Boland of Covington was Mrs Vary HeffnerShanks of Louisin attendance upon the U ct Court ville was the guest of her mother this week Mrs Mary Heftier this weok Mr Jno G Barkley of Groonville Mrs Roland Denson of Louisville was the guest of Rev Wm Crowe jr who has been the guest of Mrs Geo this wook Huffman has returned home Miss Emma Payne who has been daughters Mrs viuitiug friends in Lexington has re Misses Willard Collins and May Myrtle and Lilianvisited turned home relatives in this city this week Mrs J Lamptou Prico is visiting P Hanley who has been MrsKenner Tuyior at Mr John Lick Springs Tnd for a her French Henderson in week returned Saturday night Mr Geo U James and Mr Jas Mr Luther Violett who has been Levor of Cincinnati were in tne city attending Georgetown College for on Saturday the past year is at home again Mrs D N Comingoro of CovingMiss Cordelia Gaines Orescent ton wus the guest of Mrs Hiram Hill is the guest of her of aunt Miss Berry tins week Maggie Russell Conway street Mrs Logan McKoo of Cincinnati Miss Talbott Dudley who has been Â¬ attended the iieucn Juckson wee vlnlMnre Minn Rnltln MnKnn In Wnnrf ding this week ford county has returned liome Col Thos M Porter of Covington Miss Esther Burnam who has been the dry goods evangelist was in the visiting Miss Bdttio McKeo in Wood city this week ford county has returned homo Miss Alice Pilkington went to Rev Wm Crowe jr attended the Riuiiuiouu on Buturuuy to visit rela Sunday school Convention of Wood tives and Inenua county at Midway on Saturday Mr Ljgun Mclvoe of Cincinnati Mrs H F Youtsey has returnod attended ttio JocUson Frenuh wed Â¬ from a visit to her parents Judgo 0 ding on Jliursday S French and wife at Winchester Crued Curdwell of LouisMrs Mr Jno W Berryman and wife of ville wus the guest of Miss Maggie Versailles wore ifuesis of Mr W II Taylor this week Posey and wlfo the first of the week Mr Richard K McOlure jr Is Mrs Hugh Rodman who has been PERSONAL Â¬ i Â¬ w Sc odonnell Who Hath Woe Â¬ 8fc in Hong Kong China for something over a year returned homo this week Miss Annie Wagers of Irvine who has been the guest of Miss Minnie West Fourth street has returned home Mr Albert H McOlure who has been In the Infirmary in Lonisvillo for several weeks returned Saturday night Â¬ siBter-in-U- w Â¬ Dr Waller O Green of Louisville was called hero this week by the illness of his mother Mrs Grant Green sr Mrs George Alexander of Greenville Miss was railed hero by tho illness of her mother Mrs Grant Green sr Mrs Wm Cheatham and daughter Mrs Baker of Louisville wero guests of her mother Mrs L J Garrard on T uesday Mr Jos Robinson wife and grand- Â¬ daughter little Miss Martha Farmer visited relatives in Mercer county tms wook Miss Margarot Borberich of Cin cinnati is spending her vacation with her fathers family Mr V Berberich and wife Mrs Richard Tobin and daughter Miss Lucille attended the Alumui Meeting of Nazareth Acoademy in Nelson county this weok Mrs Jason M Case and daughter Miss Bessie have returnod from a visit to the family of Gov W J Worthington at Greenup Miss Jessie Nash of Paducah who has been visiting Mrs J F Mont- Â¬ gomery on Third street for two weeks has returned home Rev T F Taliaferro who has been visiting relatives and friends at walnut Hills Ohio and Falmouth Ky returned home Saturday Misses Sue and Griselda Scott of Lexington and Miss Anna Piorce of ieming8Durg are guests ot tne Misses Hendrick near this city Mr Johnson Barrett and wife Miss Ella Newbrandt and Mr F H Kavanauglf went up the river on the excursion on Saturday evening Misses Lizzie G and Leigh G Giltner of Eminence who wero guests of Mrs Geo A Lewis returned home Monday afternoon Mrs Helen R French and daugh- Â¬ ters Misses Annie and Jennie of Springfield Ills attended the Jackson-wedding on Thursday Mrs Jefferson State Secretary of tho Kings Daughters is here arranging for the State Convention of that Association which will meet in this Â¬ Â¬ days and full of carpet tucks A cloud of dust obscureth his vis Ion and great gobs of durkest gloom oppresseth his soul He rlseth up betimes sniiTcth tho morning uir with u heavy heart and an obstructed nose He snutcheth a raw pancake from the griddle and rusheth to his labors depressed in spirit aud saturated with dyspepsia He returneth at noon and falletli over a mop The dull sickening thud of the belarrupcd carpet is heard in the land Tho queen of his household crown eth herself with a dirty towel and a tierce look She resembleth an avenging angel Her scepter Is a broom and carpet fuzz clingeth to the selvage of her nose Man that is married to n woman during house cleaning time is of few GET Twico-n-Wee- YOU iff MORE PAPERS ONE YEAR FOR k in tho Courier Journal than in any other papor published both in quality aud quantity 104 k The Courier Journal is tho equal of many dailies and thosuporior of all other pttpers It prints more real news more good class matter rniore good stories than any other Issued Wodnes- day and Saturday A good commission to ngouts Sample copies free on appli Â¬ cation Writo to Twice-a-Wee- 50cts -- 1 French Â¬ city house sleepeth She maketh her spouse eat dinner from the ironing board in the kitchen where itresteth on two chairs Her eye gloweth with the fury of great enterprise He flndeth a cake of soan beside his plate and a portion of the scalp of tne scruDoing orusn in ins butter At night he returneth to his home with a timid halting step He fear eth the worst The swish of tho peach limb Is heard as it poundeth a fifty dollar carpet into shreds He drlnkcth a little cold tea from a tin cup and prepareth for bed A live carpet tuck buryeth its fangs in tils root He yelleth in agony Helllna ininit and bumpeth the plastering from the ceiling In a vain und futile endeavor to Jump through the roof He lieth down on his couch and wetteth his pillow with his tears The foetid flavor of bedbug specific snielleth to heaven aud the aroma of a new laid moth ball slfteth through tho lid of the clothes chest Who hath woef Who hath sorrow p Who hath redness of eyes and nine He who monkeyeth with housfcieaning Who muslieth his thumb Who polluteth his lips with blasphemy Who imperileth his immortal soul He who tarryeth at homo to tack down carpet stop-ped-u- tleth among the dimples of her By a Special Arrangement You swan like neck can Get the Thefumily dog howlcth beneath the window like the wail of damned souls and Notre Dame soul in the ROUNDABOUT AND THE Twice-a-Week Large quantities of real estate set COURIER JOURNAL CO Louisville Ky GOURIER JOURNBL Both One Year for Only 100 This is for cash subscriptions only Al subscriptions under this combination offer must bo seat through tho ROUNDABOUT ofUco 9 First Class Steamboat Service Between Detroit and Cleveland and Toledo Detroit and Mackinac D C floating sleel palace steamers are now running daily between Detroit and Cleveland Two trips per week between Toledo Detroit and Mack Â¬ inac Island Regular service will commence June 17th Sppnd vour vacation on the Great Lakes Send 2 cents for illustrated pamphlet Address A A Schauta G P A D 0 Line Detroit Mich A 1 Wfl Narrow Escape sgSLMH Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Jos H Lindsey of Mt Ster Â¬ ling who hus been the guest bf her daughter Mrs Thos B Rodman for several days roturned homo Satur Â¬ day night Miss Daisy Hockensmith of tl o Forks of Elkhorn and Miss Katherine Thompson of this city attonded the Commencement Exorcises of George town college Mr Geo D Markham who served as Coxswain on the gunboat Yankton during the Spanish war camo home on Sunday night having served out his term of enlistment Lieut Hugh Rodman U S Navy arrived at homo Tuesduy morning for a short visit Ho is looking remarkably well considering that ho has Just recovered from a spoil ot lllnefeS Kentucky Chautauqua Lexington occasion tho Southern June 27 to July 7 Oth round trip tickets trom its stations Shelby villo and east thereof to Lex- iugtoi on Juneau to July 7 at re duced rates tickets good until July Apply to nearest agent Soutliorn For tho above Ry will sell Â¬ Ry for further information Thankful words written by Mrs Ada E Hart of GrotonS D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lunjjsi cough set in and finally terminated In consumption Four doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I gavo it a trial took in all eight bot tles It has cured me and thank God Lam saved and now a well and healthy woman Trial bottlo frw at J W Unylos drug store Regular size 60c and 100 Guar anteed or price refunded Â¬ Â¬ M m r ffl TyErtyi5y7yyys5r7sw7Ty JlXXJXXJJJU a w k A JLOcVcV nn wti v h JTXXVJLXi LADIES COLUMBIAN Bar m mM ns B usf rsiji i ECONOMY J T Insurance Companies Win GENTS COLUMBIAN How much mnrh is vnur tlmo wnrfh Is your money do you value your strength Tlincn miAcfirno will fill VlA ciilnrr WW IIVJ tVUI III OltVIHkl HHViJHWtlil answered to your entire satisfaction if you use Tnw M Washing Powder In your cleaning It will do your work in half the time with half the labor and at half the cost of soap or any other cleanser It will make your housework easy and save you many an hour of worry For greatest economy buy our large package CHICAGO dUST THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY BOSTON ST 10UIS NCWYORK The court of Appeals through Judge DuKollc handed down an opinion on Thursday reversing tho decision of tho Franklin Circuit Court in the case of the Common wealth v Aetna Insurance- Co e in which heavy flues wero assessed against if the companies represented in tho Underwriters Hoard This Is a victory for the business Interests of tho Stato as opposed to politics Business men cannot do business without insurance and if tho decision of tho lower court hud stood tho Insurance companies would have been compelled to withdraw from tho State Â¬ 11 BICYCLE JlOi Ki MtVOwi - BEST - BICYCLE All BUILT N FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT 100 down bnlanco pnynblo after examination Wo aro tho only factory in tho United States selling direct to ridor Wo guarantee our floods for two years most liberal guanihtco over given Wo givo moro option than the rogulnr dealers You can have yqur ho rcquUo is choice of color height of frame or any gear desired Our bicycles have nil tho latest improvements largo tubing Hush Joints largo spolielcts arohed fork crown drop hangor etc Writo forcataloguo giving full description to day COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO April -- 9 i M M ii 3 m CLEVELAND OHIO g3CTE7ySiLA-A2A-- i i2eisjees JSVAT7124I 750 Â¬ 5HB r ys s Mens blue serge suits strictly all wool fast color good quality of lining A comfortable suit for warm weather and a most desirable one to own All wool Cheviot and Cassimere suits at same price CHILDRENS SUITS Blouse and Vestee suits sizes 3 to 7 handsomely braided and trimmed and made of elegant material A great variety of styles in suits for boys from 8 to 16 Boys knee trousers all sizes from 3 to 15 A large and select assortment of Childrens Wash Trousers at 25c and 50c Childrens Wash Suits at 50c and 75c Tow Linen Suits for men several styles 350 to 400 a suit U Jurors la S Court E for if ifflk n mt The following are the names and pastofflees if the Jurors in the U S Court which was in session this week Grand Jury S 8 Snow Suflell Mathtas Wilson Duvall C H Julian Bridgeport C K Crossfleld Fox Creek Ben Price Lnwrenceburg Ed McAfee McAfee E E Horine Nicholasvllle William Combs Han ley J N Saunders Judson Lindsey Wright Newtown WT Kepheart New Castle Bevil Cluhh North Pleasureville U Cook Potts Rich- Â¬ mond T B White Versailles J M Penn Georgetown U G Willis Versailles and J M Burton Eminence Petit Jurors D B Price Ver- Â¬ sailles John O Rogers Versailles John T Bond Ripyviile W J Hanks Lawrenceburg JC Gudgell Alton Sam Hawkins Ripyviile John C Noel Woodlake W P Hudson Jr Frankfort J as RShaw Jetts W J Hughes Frankfort Lewis HFlnnell Frankfort B F Jennings Paint Lick Jesse Doty Hyattsville Daniel Brannon New Castle S W Mays North Pleasure Â¬ ville J C Hendren Eminence J G Johnson Thomas Eminence Â¬ Â¬ Mackey Nicholasvllle J G Vlnce Brnnnon J T West Ambrose Robert Jennings Silver Creek S W DeJarnett Richmond J W Ballard Whites Station Curtis KirkBville Geo A Robinson Mc Â¬ Afee W H Whtttnack Salvisa George Carley Georgetown J W McMeekin Georgetown Augustus B Barkley Georgetown G W Sewell W T Tevis Bethlehem Silver Creek Alex R Denny Hyattsville and Milton Moore Honeysuckle This court finished up the docket on Thursday afternoon and ad- Â¬ journed F KCXJX3S02ST An Old Egg Parole Law Upheld Republican County Convention TR TJ Big Contract of New York City have contracted with Mr J W M Field the noted dis Co Messrs Paris Allen Some nineteen years ago as Mr Mike Parker was building the abut- Â¬ ment to the north end of the Benson bridge a hen flew up and laid an egg In a crevice Just as the workmen were putting on the top stone Mr Parker concluded to cover it In with stone and cement On Wednesday Mr Parker was engaged in raising the abutment and took off some of the stone when there he found the egg Just as he left it except that the contents had been absorbed The shell was slightly discolored but otherwise perfect The hen which laid the egg was the property of Guy Owens colored who lived In a house near the bridge Franklin County to the Front The Court of Appeals rendered a decision on Tuesday declaring the Parole Law constitutional but de Â¬ ciding at the same time that the Prison Commissioners cannot exer-Â¬ cise the powers conferred but that the Sinking Fund Commission composed of the Governor Auditor Secretary of State Treasurer and At- Â¬ torney General alone can parole prisoners The case came up from the Frank- Â¬ lin Circuit Court and isstyled George Ac v Lilian Warden wherein the Prison Commission undertook to parole John Dugnn Whose Fault is it A mass Convention of the Re- Â¬ publican voters of Franklin County is hereby called to con- Â¬ vene in tho Court House in Frankfort on Tuesday Juno 20th 1899 at 2 oclock p m to ratify tho agreement entered in Â¬ to between tho respective can- Â¬ tiller whose distillery is three miles above Owensboro for his entire crop of whisky to be manufactured for the next fifteen years The output will be from three to five thousand barrels a year and means a contract for 75000 to 100000 This distillerys whisky has a fine reputation and has run every season for many years m - Opera of Robert Maccnlrc Have You The opera of Robt Maceaire was by special request reproduced at the Opera House on Wednesday night helm on large and delighted iiudl ence I Heard Of II You AOM about SCOTTS EMULSION and have a vague notion that it is cod liver oil with may have heard its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive features It is cod liver oil the purest and the best in the world but made so palata- Â¬ Â¬ It is fcddom if iNthnt amateur perlormimees reach the excellence which this attained Every one who took part in it seemed to vie with the others as to how nicely they could fit in to their appropriate place There was no unseemly Jealousy which ho often mars such entertalnnient8and every- Â¬ thing went ofl tmoothlyand well Woaro glad to say that a com fortable sum was added to that al ready obtained for the purpose for which the entertainment was given The management have been solicited to give the perfoimance in Paris and It te thought that it may be done Â¬ Â¬ Mr Warren Pulliam of the Benson neighborhood breaks the record of markets on crop average in the sale of his crop of tobacco at the Planters Warehouse this week Not satisiled with this distinction he breaks the seasons record in any market on the sale of a single hogshead of very fine leaf Record of Louisville market was 2060 Cincinnati 2160 Mr Pulliam smashes them both and makes a new record at 23 His 1G prices were 23 15 1125 Averago from 1075 and 690 ground up 1381 Leaving off low- est grade the average is 1520 This was a superb crop neatly matched and cleanly handled and Mr Pul liam deserves all the glory and no doubt enjoys this noted distinction especially the handsome return for his pains and labor We congratu late him heartily Â¬ I tween Shelby and Main South Side have been torn up and the dirt thrown In hills on one side and cut into ditches on the other until it is almost impossible to pass without going out into the middle of the street and then wading through dmt or mud shoo top deep The ladies of this neighborhood are complaining greatly of this and they wish us to ask whose fault it Is Tiiere has not been a lick of work done there for more than two weeks It is simply an outrage that should not be perÂ¬ For several weeks the sidewalk on both sides of Third street be Chaiaman Secretary Republican County Commit tee Franklin county Spains Greatest Need didates for tho Republican ination for Governor as to the of delegates from selection Franklin county to tho Repub- Â¬ to be lican State Convention held at LoxingtonKy July 18 1899 S R Smith G L Roberts nom- Â¬ mitted Snow Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters in Aiken S C Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head On uoing Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knows that ifc cures liver and kidney trouble puri- lies the blood tones up tho stomach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life Into every muscle nerve and organ of the body weak tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed only 50i cents Sold by J W Gayle drug- gist If Between 3 and 4 oclock on yester- Â¬ Retires From Business day morning there was a distinct fall of snow from a very black cloud that Attention is called to the ad of passed over this city at that hour Mr R K Woodson announcing his retirement from tho butchers bus Â¬ State L A W iness until September Nicely Done ble that almost everybody can take it Nearly all children like it and ask for more EMULSION ishes SCOTTS Ira1 John E Miles assisted by borne yung ladies arranged some 650 boquets for the Flower Mission to be distributed in the local peni Â¬ tentiary by this organization on y Friday last Salvation Army Convention looks like cream j it nour- Â¬ Capt J J Nelson in churge of the the wasted body of Salvation Army work in this city is the baby child or adult 2 making nocessnry arrangements for the expected visit and convention of better than cream or any other food in existence It I that organization which will be held hero on Tuesday and Wednes Â¬ Dears aooui me same rela- Â¬ day Juno 27 and 28 All tho meet Â¬ tion to other emulsions that ings will be held in the Opora House cream does to milk If you This organization is doing a good have a had any experience work nmongthe lowly and forlorn with other so called just as and should be encouraged in overy way good preparations you will find that this is a fact Slight Blaze The L A W meets at Richmond 18 20 1890 The Queen Crescetn Route announces one and one third faro for the round trip from The Board of Commissioners of the all points in the State Your wheels Institution for Feeble minded Chil carried free Ask agents for full par- Â¬ dren held their annual election for ticulars officers on Wednesday last The following were elected Matron Miss Lizzie H Hudson Teachers Misses Fannie Gray Mary Wntts Brown Ruth Ely and Mary Brown Duvall t Misses Ely and Duvall are new teachers the others being re elected Two of the former teachers Mioses Sallie Chinn and Minnie Bell failed Democratic State Convention Louisville of re election They were two of tho June 21st best that have ever held tho position Low round trip rates via tho and it Is un fortunate for tho Institu tion that circumstances aroso by Queen A Crescent Routo from nil points In Kentucky good until 21th which they wero retired returning Ask ticket agents for further particulars Annual Election Kyt Juno NOTICE for 8 shares and certificate dated Sent 81WH number 8C5I for 7 shares of stock In the Far Â¬ mers Bank of Kentucky standing In the name of O Nat Pettlt trustee for Mlrlim h Pettlt bis wife has been destroyed by Are I have made application for new certificates in lieu of those destroyed ami now call on nil persons to show why same shall not be Issued O NAT PKTTIT April 22 2m To whom It may concern s Certificate number 7841 dated Hatch 1 Â¬ 1896 Â¬ ssm vlc Queen Crescent ROUTE Go Carts Baby Buggies Â¬ f 9 The hypophojphltes hat are combined with the cod liver oil jive additional value to it because they tone up the nervous syjtem and ImDart strength to the whole body 5oe and Jioo all druggists SCO TT DOWN I Chemliti Nw York On Wednesday morning nbodt 11 oclock an alarm from box 35 called the flro hoys to tho buildings known Ri Scotts barracks on Wilkinson Htrect where a blaze had sprung up It wns quickly extinguished with but small loss General Passenger Ageut State Grand Session I O O S and Messrs Thompson and Rogers will D of S Louisville Ky July 19 run the first excursion of tho season Annual Conference Stnto from this city to Natural Bridge In Union Ep worth Leagues Ky Louisville Estill county to morrow Juno 18 Ky July 19 1899 Annual Session Knights of Tabor This great natural curiosity is sltu uated in ono of tho most picturesque and Daughters of tho Tabernacle Juno 21 29 regions of tho State Thoso going Paducah KyPharmaceutical 1899 Kentucky Associ Â¬ will have a cool and delightful trip ation Chameleon Springs Ky Juno extending sixty miles beyond Lex 20 221899 Annual ington on tho Lexington Eastern tion MusicMeeting National Associa Teachers Cincinnati O Railway Juno 21 23 1899 The train will leave this city at Annual Session Mosaic Templars 830 a m and will arrive at Natural of America Vlckshurg Miss July Bridge 11 a in Returning it will 11 10 1899 Lodge Meeting G U O O leave Natural Bridgo at 0 p m F OramlHousehold of and Ruth Jackson reaching homo hoforo bed time Tonn Augiiht 15 lU 1899 lVabody Normal Institute Ilurrl Tickets for round trip 1 For further particulars seo Curt Thomp man Tenii June 19 1899 W Uiniiausov son or Frank Rogers General Passenger Agent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Excursion to Natural Bridge W C Rinearson Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers Sons Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dloests what you cat TKe Frankfort nounaafiout LARGEST - STOCK - LOWEST - PRICES Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime 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 Curries rati Kntered nt the postnmce at Krnnkfort Kentucky m necoml cliiss mallnbto matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 17 1809 Ce- Â¬ FIUNKFOItT JUNE Bluffed Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash The Clay county outlaws under Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue look to Interfere with nnd ambush Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen tho troops on the way to Barbour Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose vllle with the Baker prisoners Tho Farming Implements Guns Powder Guttling gun was promptly brought to tho front when tho scoundrels fjuwl they had business some whero olscln a hurry What Was It Jim Jewell Said uml I Tho so called primary held in Louisville on Monday whs a splendid Reception to the Soldiers New Assignment illustiutiou of the truth of the If you wnnt n first class Buckeye hinder or mower or any repairs for aphorism given out about politics by the same call on C G Marshall The citizens of Frankfort headed tho late lamented J tidire Jewell It Lieut Hugh Hodman U S Navy For tho speedy and permanent cure of agent at Honeysuckle Kv was a hummer Irom llummcrsvillc who has been so lout assigned to by the Ladles Committee of the Y tetter salt rheum and eczema Chain 3 2m from whichever side you look at it duty on the Raleigh which vessel M C A held a reception for all tho berlnlns Eye nnd Skin Ointment Is opened the fight nt Manila May 1 soldiers who enlisted in tho army without an equal It relieves the ItchDr Codys CondKfon Powders aro ing rnd smniting Declines 1893 has been ordered to duty on during the wnr witli Spain on Fri- Â¬ Us continued use almost Instantly nnd just what a horso needs when In bad effects o permanent condition board the Albatross now at San day night last Preparations hud euro It also cures Itch barbers itch vermuuge Tonic blood purifier and xney aro not toou bu Admiral George Dewpy has de Francisco Cal The Albatross has been made for a nice time and it was scnld head sore nipples itching piles medicine nnd tho best in use to put a chapped hands chronic soro eyes and to allow any ono to purehuc a been detailed to carry an expedition clined borso in primo condition fully realized Price 23 granulated lids cents per package house for 1dm in Washington City or headed by Prof Agassisc of Harvard Some sixty odd oMhu boys about any other place as some of his zeal University to study deep ocean all who were In the city ussembled Dr Cadvs Condition Powders for For sale by J W Gayle and ous friends had undertaken to do animal life It will traverse the in tho rooms of the Y M C A in horses nro the best tonic blood purifier LeCompte Gayle Co and vermifuge Prlco 25nents Soldby He says that he does not need this larger part of the Southern Pacific Masonic Temple in uniform where help duly appreciates the feeling Ocean touching at tho Society Fiji after appropriate exercises including If you suffer from tenderness or which prompted the odor but re-- Friendly Ellice Marshall and Gil addresses and music they were full nous on the right side pains under spectfully declines to accept it lie bert Islands shoulder blade constipation biliousserved with a delightful lunch dull is as modest as lie is brave Lieut Itodman has been given nj Preparations had been made to ness sick headache and feel torpid heavy and sleepy your liver Is few days leave of absence during lunch about four hundred people and congested DeWitts Llttlo Captured Spanish Cannon which he will coiuo homo on a short and it was found that there was nn Early Risers will cure you promptly BETWEEN visit probably reaching hero before abundance and to spare utter that pleasantly and permanently by reGov Bradley has been notified moving the congestion and causing number had been hcred that Kentucky will he given two of this article is read by tho public the bile ducts tit open and flow Louisville Evansville St Louis There was a lurgdeiowd of our naturally Tifiv akij good pills the captured cannon One of these AND ALL POINTS Hemphill nnd Win McKee best citizens present dering the even- Tyler t will bi given to this city and the An Infamous Assassination WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST- ing although the rooms were not Hurdle other has been promised to tho city The only line running throe double Just exactly whero Manchester Clay county was the uncomfortably full as they came and of Lexington Bank Stock For Sale daily trains to Evansville without iho gun will be placed has not yet scenee of an infamous assassination went until 11 oclock change with high back coaches and The inclement night kept away hoen determined but there is every on Saturday afternoon It appears for ale shnres of stock In Earlor car Tho direct line to St I otherwise have the have running two double daily trains probability that it will be placed in that tho circuit court had granted some who would Citizens National Bank of Winchester and tho Farmers Bank of with high back scat coaohes and u change of venue in the Baker boys been present the States lot at the cemetery sleepers without The committee having the matter Kentucky at Frankfort Persons Pullman Tickets on through L case accused of the murder of Ex N sale at wishing to buy said stock are re- Â¬ change Baptist General Association Sheritf White Tho court had just in charge desire to return their sin- quested to call on tho u dersigned office this city For information as route tueeping car berths udjourned and Tom Baker in charge cere thanks to tho ladles who so or J W Poynter nt the Citizens to rates on A V etc call N Hlto agent L This body meets to day in Mt of the olllcers and military wus elllcieutly attended to nil matters Bank C S Fjikncii R R or address Sterling According to tho latest re- standing in the front of his tent when coming under their care Agtof Jds R Wornnlls Heirs B L BRYANT 32 tf Winchester Ky turns there are 183001 white Bap- a shot was fired from the house of Edgar Hilt T P A Traffic Manager tists in the State and 500 ministers Sheriff White just across tho street L it N will sell round trip tickets Kodol Dyspepsia Cure The ministers meeting which con- Â¬ from the courthouse and Baker fell to Louisville June 20th and morning Digests what you cat trains of June 21st at one and one venes in the same place with the dead third fare account the State Demo Ev- Â¬ WM CROMWELL General Association met Thursday La Grippe is again epidemic Whatever may have been Bakers cratic Convention ery precaution should bo taken to night and will have concluded its crime and however deserving of Attorney at Law avoid It Its specific cure is One business by the time the Association punishment thero can be no excuse Minuto Cough Cure A J Sheperd Accidentally Omitted will be called to order Rev Dr W offered to Justify such an infamous Publishor Agricultural Journal and Frankfort Kentucky No Advertiser Elden Mo says H Felix of Lexington is the Mod- Â¬ assassination as this Baker wus in ono will be disappointed in using In publishing the list of teachers erator Rev M B Adams will Kstnte the hands of the law and unarmed in the city schools in last weeks is- Â¬ Ono Minuto Cough Cure for La Also RealFranklin Agenttbn Will practice In tbi adjoining and tho First Baptist Church of Esen savuges could do no Grippe Pleasant to take quick to Courts ofalso give Bpectul attention to counties the pur woie a sue we accidentally omitted the act For sale by Tyler Herapnill und will sale of ren I utate collection o rerts chase and in both meetinus this city Tl tt J Il llriiwk tt Mtiir two claims and thbneoilHtlon of loan u MHHt names of Mioses Rebecca Johnson ana W McKee Bardie county a shame upon the State and anu juuuue Kentucky Chautauqua wiuteuead Tliey mer bhuulti meet with the beverest pun ited and received a re election along ot the law with the others We were informed The Kentucky Chautauqua will be ibhuifiit again tills year held at Lexington that the old corps were all re elected beginning June 27 and ending July und took the report of tho schools Dr Green Declines 7 for lust year to get the lit from and As usual it will be held in the at Woodland Park Auditorium It iswitli universal regret that tho overlooked tho fact that these young Dlstiuguhdiid speakers nnd musicians announcement bus been made that ladies were elected last year and of will have places on tile program To Rev Dr J P Green who had been course hud not served for tutl year tho o who have attended heretofore elected in the successor of Rev Dr We trust tho ladies know us too well it is not nece wiry to say anything as w II Wliitsitt ns President of the to think that the omission was in to the enjoyment and Improvement Southern Baptist Theological Setnl tentional whlch may be secured but to those niiryf at Louisville has declined to who have never been present wo accept the position Owing to stren That Throbbing Headache would commend it its a rare oppor- - uous opposition to his giving up tho tunlty for both plcuiuic and profit in Presidency of William Jewell Col Would quickly leave you vou every way For further information lege in Mivouri ho has been re ued Dr Kings New Lifo IfPills write to Chas Scott Esq manager luctiutly compelled to adopt this Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick nnd course Nervous They make The Whole Hog or None Dr Green has no doubt acted from puro blood Headaches and strong nerves nnd the purest and highest motives ns build up your health Easy Our ft Send of the Lexington Herald tho position ho has declined is one of Try them Only 25 cents to take Money Georgetown and Scott county the opportunities of a lifetime und hack If not cured Sold by J W A Popular Wedding Trip has Juno 13th to Kith the Frankfort flection of his paper edited by Mr higher than the ono lie rem tins with Gayle druggist it Cincinnati Hallway will sell tick Â¬ Mr Patterson Lewis Patterson Is to take a D it C steamer to ets to Ashoville N C and return Wo fear that it will bo ti hard mat- Â¬ Muckinac Island Michigan If you limited to June 30th at ono faro for seems to be a now man at the bus- ter to find a man so capable to meet Delightful Rains want adelightful wedding trip whore the round trip iness and accordingly copied tin ar the situation J R Nhwton G P A you aro not likely to meet acquaint Â¬ ticle Irom Saturdays Roundahout 0 the D ances Tho rains of Friday night and Sun steel take one ofsteamers it to now passenger tho Just changing one line and a half to day nltrht tempered tho atmosphere Island of Cuol Breezes Staterooms lit and sent it out as u Georgetown A Summer in the North Kind You Have Always Bought revived drooping tobacco plants and parlors reserved thirty days In Beau tho garden stuff Ac und every thing In advance Send two cent stamp for Jtf-f-f- a to tho scenes on our streets on county Signature The delightful summer resorts of illustrated pamphlut Address A nature was made to smllo again X A Schauta G P A D it C De- Wisconsin and Michigan are reached The electrical display was a great troit Mich by the Chicago it North Western both parties Friend we think the Ry among which are Waukesha Last fall I sprained my hip while purifier and cooled everything off one and that article u pretty fair Madison Devils Luke Green Lake you ought to have given due credit handling some heavy boxes Tho nicely Gogebic Lake Fox Lake Lake called on said at lirst It was Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lake by saying whero it cumo from nnd doctor I I Mlngetonkn White Bear Duluth If troubled with rheumatism glvo then stating that it fitted Scott a lltltt strain mid would soon he Ashland nnd Marquette Free copy For Infants and Children well but it grow worse and tho lec Chamberlains Paid Balm a trinl It county as well not cot you a cent if it does no The Kind You Have Always Bought of Hints to Tourists sent on appli had rheumatism It will tor then said I cation to W B Knlskern Genornl Charles II Murks while acting In continued to grow worse nnd I could good Ono application will relievo Passongor and Ticket Agent W A Cox 435 Vino street Cin- Â¬ tho capacity of nurso nt the Second hardly get around to work I wont tho pidn It also cures sprains nnd Soars tho cinnati Ohio Division Hospital of the Fifth Army to a drug store nnd the druggist rec Â¬ bruises in one third thotimorequired Signature Corps nt Santiago do Cuba used a ommended mo to try Chamberlains by any ollior treatment Cuts burns A four and a half horso power en Â¬ few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Pain Balm I tried it nnd one half frostbites quinsy pains In tho sldo CURED with vegetable gine ubos either gasoline or gas nnd Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for of n 00 cent bottle cured mo entirely nnd chest glandular and other swoll HaroodleH Have cured has been newly overhauled and put many thousand cases diarrhoea and found it to work like I now recommend It to all my friends lugs are quickly cured by applying caaeu nopejeus in ten In perfect running order bo F A Bnbcock Erie Pa It Is for It Every bottle warranted Price oayt nt least two thlnlx of all nrmptoma rumov Hold at a bargain ApplyWill this For snlo by J W Gayle tf charm at jhI Tf itlmonlali and TEN DATS treatment free 25 undCO cts sale by J W Gaylo druggists DU H H GREEKS S0HS Uoz K Atlanta Ga ofllco 28 tf druggist a Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver STCLIR ooxjXjUnts STREET Skin Diseases Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ no Henderson Ron te BEST LUSTE -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ jj j r Â¬ w rep-rA-e- nt Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO JLgerxts XrJs ursLriee n 4rtM 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Baaomoiit of tbe Capital Hotel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OASTORIA y y8 Â¬ -- Â¬ CASTOR A Â¬ dLajfi DROPSY wamsma fjH SRaKSSHffirafiKl tK SwmSmmMM EmilHStf o 0 MP 1 And New Line of China Call and See Them EZERS urney Refrigerators Water Coolers Just Opened r SiE flT IHT1 Y M I Hackbcrry The irood ruin full Inst week en abled the farmery to reset their to ibaceo hihI followed by cool cloudy weather hey doubtless will get a good rdnnd The wheat crop in this section will bo ready lor harvesting in about ten NVhitit promises about two days thirds of a yield Miss Maude Miles of Gleneoe is visiting her father Mr Jno II Miles Mr John Majors and daughter of Bowling Green Ind aio the guests of Mr S E Miles and lumilyt Mrs Rlanca Waytes of Eminence and Alices Jewett and Cyntha Snook of Hack berry visited Mr Wilson Miles and family last Saturday Â¬ m Mrs Nannie Brown and daughters and Mrs Mattie McDowell also paid Mrs Allies a visit Monday We are proud to note the faet that the Sunday school at old Indiana F irk Church is very largely attend ed and is progressing ilnely every Sunday evening at -school 5 ocIock Jno H Milts Supt Mr TO V Miles lummilte rppnntlv Jbohunnon of purchased ot Long uagumi a uimi new onyria aim Now girls ItiO ficovill buggy sweet and pretty and the one that wins will of course get the first ride Am I right Newton Mr bawd True of Jett Station And Mm Mherman visited our lati Ve were highly iud Monday iiicriaitiHi in listening to his and Â¬ Sundays Prof Leroy Johnsons singing Mon day nighl We only regret that he could not remain longer Co tie again Sawd Quite a nuinher from this ectlon will attend the convention in Shelby ville Monday Whilo tne sentiments of the people are divided as to who shnll bo our next Governor we will make an effort to give Stone the nomination George Black of color was drowned in Luther Blacks pond in Bag dad while bathing one night last week This makes tbe third person that has been drowned in the same pond in the last few years There were two separations of man and wife in this neighborhood last week and we did not think it a very good time for the business either As the parties areall prominent ones we will not use their names Miss Groveno Snooks school taught nt Ilackberry exttlred last Friday She returned to her home on Mulberry on Saturday Some one or two have made application for the fall term afthesame place It is rumored that Mr Eugene Bright of Jacksonville and Miss Flora Deakins of Scrabble were married in Frankfort Monday Wo have no May cherries Mr Editor but will give you a good chew of tobacco when we meet again Â¬ Â¬ Picnic L N CHEAP BATES N will sell round L The Young Mens Institute will give their annual picnic this year nt tickets to Los Angeles Cove Spring Park on Tuesday July June 24th to July 7tli nt 4th faro plus 2 Account N trip Cnl one Those who have attended these N will soil round trip L picnics each year will testify that they always have Just bushels of fun tickets to Detroit Mich nt one Anand this year there will be still faro July 3 4 5 mid G greater efforts put forth to have nual Convention United Socieevery body have a splendid timo ty of Christinn Endeavcr Dont forget the place Cove Spring Ij N will sell round trip Park tickets to Richmond Ky Juno 11 tli nnd 12 Commencement Sawmill Sold Â¬ E S Â¬ BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha We exercises Central University understand that Messrs Duni One and one third fare - gan Nicol have sold- their large saw and planing mills on the South L Nr will soil round trip Side to the Frankfort Chair Factory tickets to Indinnnpolis Ind nt who will operate them in future in one faro July 18th nnd 19th getting out material for their factory account Nationul Convention The price paid was a000 Epworth Leagues Return ticket Richmond Cycle Club St Paul Nebraska Black VIA Hills good until July 2Gth St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS Catchem Have Always Bean the OASTOEIXA B Yu Bouht ww - - N will sell round trip L We are in receipt of an Invitation tickets to Richmond Virginia to attend the 14th annual meet of the Richmond Cycle Club which is nt one fare July 11 12 and 19 to occur on Monday and Tuesday Return limit July 31st next June 10th und 20th There nre L tfc N will sell round trip to be four races each day and every inducement is held out to make the tickets to St Louis nt reduced affair a grand success We have no rate of fare Juno 18th and 20th doubt the cyclers in this city will be Final limit June 26th account wjII represented at the meeting Annual reunion and Grand -- CS7 RUOQ THAV PASSR AGENT ST LOUIS HOWARD ELLIOTT QENL MOR ST LOUIS L W W A KELEY QENL PASSR AOT 8T LOUIS M MO MO MO TO- I I Adds to Appearance V0 AVfAv A A N J Does Your m Ache i A AvAv I- Delightful Jaunt Are your nerves weak Cant you sleep well Pain in your back Lack energy Digestion Appetite poor bad Boils or pimples These are sure signs of poisoning From what poisons From poisons that are al- Â¬ ways found In constipated bowels If the contents of the bowels are not removed from tbe body each dayas nature intended these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into the blood al- Â¬ ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe disease There is a common sense cure Every where that the new granit oid pavements have been put down in the city they have added materi ally to the appeaiance of things A large amount of this work has been contracted for and will be pit down shortly Lodge meeting Benevolent and protective order of Elks DT BNI via with th Â¬ The Judges of the Court of Appeals TO THE PUBLIC acepted the invitation of Hon Harvey Myers on Saturday after Owing to the high prce of noon to take a trip up the river to butcher stuffy I have concluded Ills camp at Lock No i on his steam yacht It was a delightful to close my meat business until In tho meantime Jaunt aiid greatly enjoyed by them September Zilpah nil persons who know themsel- Â¬ New Orleans better la New Vork Sua ves indebted for meat will pleaso Fine rain Tobacco sotting about como forward nnd settle and all Watsons Brave Conduct over parties who hold claims against Hcnlth fair Not many on the Rear Admiral Watson who has mo either notes or accounts will sick list Mrs A Hartford is ill at been sent to Manila to succeed Ad- pleaso present their claims for this time Â¬ SWOB LEANS In connection Southern A Iaclflc Through Weekly Touiisi Siaepina Car Leaving Clncliiiati unl LriM lie on C It II fas Ni UiI mii ui1 til1 train V RV THURSDAY For liia iuflh mill rfui Piunti co wlthcut rhunge The Umllul illut Jew coiuinOrlei is lally Willi hinitsf Ttuln forthfliicIHc Const HintMiTueM Tiinlvnmnsui nltlitlie 1 - Â¬ AYEK PILLS 1KV They dally insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels You will And that the use of Visiting principally the go Mrs Owen Moore con and daughter mid Mrs Tike Vannieier and son o West Franklort were the guets of Mr W B Moore and family Saturday and Sunday Mr J W Moore and Miss Adtlio Moore vMted Irlends nt Hatton Mi n day Mr James Bright wife and nii Mr Eugene Bright and Miss Nora Deakens of this place were the guests of Mr Tike Vauiiieter of West Frankfort one day this week Min Cnl Giecn of Stones Mill Scott county who has been the guest of her lather Mr J T Moore the past week returned to her homo Sunday Mr C W Perkins traveling com- Â¬ ttfiiiiiiii nl Mr iiirliiM- - SiiHik twilrlui- - wisat lnino Sunday alter a three weeks stay and found it all iLlit llow about your best girl Have you induced the other Icllow to oull or do you take him witli you It so how do you manage to present your claims Lets hear irom you Lot every one be prepared for the surprise Mr J B M says his best girl will be back in a tew days so be ready lor something now Well Calchem when we left you on the corner we thought silence was the order of the day So why did you warn the fair Lily Very well I am with you so come again but do not proller your help until called on Bye bye Mr George Montgomery of Scrab ble has brought on it new stock of goods Cull and hco him Cl OSi OlISKUVKU right Well Papas Lost Boy I am all I have inspected the glass Aijcrs darsaparffla with the pills will hasten recovery It cleanses the blood from all Impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves Our Medical Department h one of the inott eminent pliyilclant lu the United Btatei Tea the doctor You urTerinK how iuit receiveyou are rooUlcal advice will the belt q WeHo Him Doctor s f tloutco A flddrA y Lowell Mali Â¬ - A miral Dewey was a passed midship man on the Hartford in April 1801 when Admiril Furragut ran by Forts Jackson and St Philip be low New Orleans As the 11 iitluid passed Fort St Philip a shower of grape from one of the big gnus tore tne foremast into matchwood nnd seriously disabled the sail power of the ship It was necessary to take in so ne sails and set others but the blocks had Jammed and the Hart ford was in danger of swinging around and running aground The lire ot grape aloft was so iiot that the command Go aloft and clear blocks and tackle on main yard was not obeyed with that promptness that follows an order given by the cow niauder of a But the hesitation was momentary Como on you fellows yelled a young voice and up the ratlings to the disabled rigging went a midship man followed by tlio watch Running out lightly to the end of the yard and standing sixty feet from tlio deck with tlio grape clip ping ropes and tearing great slivers of wood from mast und spar young Watson gave tlio necessary orders us calmly as if he was at a practice drill When every thing was taut and in wonclng order following tho jack ies down Watson saluted the Ad miral and reported All clear sir Grim old Farragut simply seized tlio bjy lu ills arms and how the crew cheered Had we over got aground there the Confederate guns would have destroyed us in live minutes said Fleet Captain Percival Drayton of tho West Gulf squadron as lie told tho story to Captain afterward Rear Young Watsons Admiral Uryson ready appreciation of the danger and prompt aft ion saved tho Hartfi rd in my opinion and Farragut thought Â¬ Â¬ man-of-wa- Â¬ payment R K Woodson Juno 13 51 thesouthern lii mc rIvIhk hiicoIii ttnouiib servlcetoSintiiuilacn rMitlcini of Xctntu of the 0 wu mill coniieclni lines SCr uaICII tlv nss ont Cincinnati 0 of sire hum nm A JNO SCOTT fllv IMfi Agent MeinililK Very Much in Evidence WKLONPA AH HANSON Ol AChicri0 OHA LoiiHMllf shiivers Tlio gay and festive were very much in evidence nt tho A salesman wanted fur n nic lino customhouse this week Judge of Dry Gods Spm lilties for country Rrvn Good Evans attended to tloir littlo dis Â¬ trade Philada coin mission Pa Mawr agreements with you Uncle Sam In 10 2t short order I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I never felt in all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I went to Miller McCurdys drug store and they recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy It worked liko magic and one dose fixed me all right It cer- Â¬ tainly is thu llnest tiling I over used for stomach trouble I shall not bo without It In my homo hereafter for I should not euro to enduro tho suf ferings of last night again for fifty times Its price G II Wilson Liveryman Rurgettstown Washington Co Pa Tills remedy Is for salo by J W Gaylo druggist so badly Â¬ Â¬ What They Shy r Â¬ Â¬ Is the title of an exceedingly well printed and finely illustrated booklet and dis which has just been North tributed liv tlie Chicago Western Ry describing their elecTlio tric lighted 20th century train North- - Western Limited It is uniiiie in design and composition and affords entertaining reading A copy will he sent to any ad Â¬ dress hv W A Cox iar Vino street Cincinnati Ohio I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Try tho Capital Stoum Laun dry for a clean shirt or collar lG tf Telephone 17 and Whiskey tiblta cured at noma with out lialn Hook of tmv tlcuurs sent fRkk Â¬ so too have piles cuuk them No use undergoing horrible operations that simply remove tho results of tho disease without disturbing tho dis ease itself Place your confidence In Do Witts Witch llnze1 alvo It has novor failed to euro otiuuis It will not fall to euro you Tyler Ilomp hill nnd Win McKeo Hnrdio Â¬ -- If you I J m dm 111 U4 W00LLIY Oil III I11 Uuiet 1M NorUj Iryor 6w Pneumonia lagriptie cough coidv croun and whooping co gli readlr yield lo One Minute Cough Cures Uso tills remedy in time and save n doctors bill or tho undertakers Tyler Hemphill and Win McKeo Ilardie mSMAimkmi t ilmiJaiu 10 ik a truinrtnnnnnnruuirvru xnnnnnnjumjinnnnninnnnjtfiJutnnnnnnninnnftnjirtfinnjtnnjinjinnnnnTi nririnnjimtnnjuuvinnnnruirirmnnnnitnruinnnmir V Sterling Silver and Gut Glass is rj Make very acceptable birthday and wedding presents Such presents are easy to select from the large stock of solid silverware which we are carrying We can suit everyones purse You do or ou dont need but olasses do you know whether you It do or not flBf is not likely you do unless vnu have had your eyes examined by a competent optician because they have had unsuspected defects Why not know for certain whenthe knowledge will cost you nothing and may save you un- Â¬ necessary suffering a practical and scientific optician will be at M A Selberts Jewelry Store lai mi a M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler RELIGIOUS Jill Monday CT ma m Rov R Scientific examination free of charge letli 51 uu II nnnnruinnriniuinnnnnnrinnri nnnnruinnnnnnrmnnnnriruuuinnnruxnnnnn fFor the Roundnbout1 la Memorlam nnnnxtnnnjinnnnnnnnnruinnnninnnnnnjvj nmuuuiInnnnjuuvwnjuuinnnnnnnnnjxrinnnnn Ghubgh McOready rector Rev Mrs J P Hanleydied june 21890 Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Holy Communion 730 a m angel with a radiant face Morning prayer and sermon 11 a m Gods Above a couch of suffering bent to service on Sunday and Afternoon look Wednesday omitted until further And there his likeness seemed to notice Sunday school at 045 a m in the trace Chapel As in the waters of a brook evoryono corAll seats free and dially welcome to all services Listi She bears tho angels voice Whispering come oh come with Baptist Church Rev MBAdams me pastor will preach at 11 a m the Happy together let us enter the 8 p m and Saviors fold The Young Peoples Society will meet at 7 p m Leader Prof Mc This earth unworthy Is of thee Henry Rhoads Judgment and Future Gently the weary head drops lower Subject Punishment She has barkened to tho angels Junior Younjr Peoples Society call meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in And the sable pall of death thn nhnnel Prayer meeting Wednesday night Has settled over all at 8 oclock Class in Sacred Literature will meet Softy gentle hands have laid her1 immediately after the prayer-mee- t Among the lilies white and tall ing her bier they weeping Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 And round gather young men a m Special classes for Does she feel their tear drops fall Seats free and all are cordially in Vtted O my darling words I murmured Of my love so true and fond Christian Church Rev George Yet you lay there calmly dreuming 11 Dnrste the paBtor will preach at Dreaming of that vast Beyond a m ana a p m Young Peoples Society of Chris Through your slumber so calm and Mnn Rndenvor meets at 716 d m deep in the chapel Leader Mrs Mary Mahoney Summer roses round you lay Tnnif Intomnerate Pleasures And you look so fair and saintly Pravor meeting Wednesday night Need I wonder that Death bid you nt 7 31 In the OhaDOl sleep How Chastening Proves Tnnic nnrltn Tnvn Junior Endeavor meets Friday Seemed I heard an echo dimly As they bore youfrom my side afternoon at 330 oclock Mtinrlnvnphonl meets at 1130 Telling me of heavens golden portals Thn niihiin will be cordially wel opening comed to all these services and es When I have stemmed lifes rolling pecially Grangers in the city tide usual ser I know not why this desolate heart O ATnoLio Church The pain vices to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor I know not the home to which you Low mass at 730 a m High maBS go 10 am Vespers at 730 pm Nortbis dread to tread my daily path again Presbyterian First McOIusky Blaynoy Churchthe I know naught but this I believe D D Rev J He dooth all things well pastor will preach at 11 a m and 6p m June 15 1899 Sunday school at 045 am Christian Endeavor Society meets an 645 p m in Sunday school room Judgment Affirmed Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 8 The Judgment of the Franklin Rev T Methodist Church will preach F Circuit Court in the case of the at Taliaferro the pastor L N Railroad against Miss Tina 11 a m and 8 p m Sunday school meets at 930 a m McEwan was affirmed by the Court Prayer meeting Wednesday even of Appeals on Tuesday It will be ing at 8 Epworth Leaguo in Sunday school remembered that Miss McEwan who room at 645 p m lives in this city was a passenger on Official Board meetsTuosdayeven- - an excursion train of the L N cordially invited to at Â¬ from Louisville and was shot in the The public face by a drunken negrowho was in a tend row with someone else She brought OnuRcn Southern Presbyterian pastor will suit ugalnst tho railroad and was Rev Wm Crowe jr the awarded 18000 damages upon the preach at 11 a m At 7 pm service will be held in first trial which the Court of Ap cornur the yard at Judge llobsonsdoes not peals reversed as excessive Upon Shelby and Campbell if it tho second trial in the lower court rain she was awarded 12000 Thlj is Sunday school at 930 a m Young PooplesSooiety of Christian the judgment which has just been Endeavor meets at 645 p m case has been in court To all these meetings the publio Is nfllrmed The a long time It was tho occasion of cordially invited the passage of the soparato coach law L Â¬ Ascension Episcopal Grand Special Sale of Wash Goods I L m Monday June 12 and weeks we shall offer rare bargains in Imported and Do- Â¬ mestic Organdies Dimities Lawns Ginghams and Madras Cloths also White Goods Paris Muslins Batistes Persian Mulls and French Nainsooks We are also showing the largest and most select line of Crepons and Silks for waists to be found in the city Tuesday is Black Goods Day and we will offer bargains in Black Goods of all kinds COMMENCING two i HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway 8J Americas LeaJiDi Corsets Prices 50c to 150 each Every pair guaranteed GROCERIES --A- UD T- LIQUORS Great values in Lace Curtains LOWEST PRICES m Â¬ wmaow w save MM We Window Â¬ Â¬ you money on India Linens White and Fancy Piques c Lawns Organdies visit our store Be sure to can G Kodol Dyspepsia Flatulence C C DtWltt A Co I Kin H G 1KB- - AJX1 I MATTEMT Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlflciallydlgests the food andaids Nature in strengmening ana recon structing tne exnausiea aigeauvo orsans ItisthelatentdlscoTereddigest auuauu wuiu riY can approach It In efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Â¬ urn oner Kagin Bro 334 MAIN SIRELT FRANKFORT K No 41 St Clair at Bridge all other results of imperfect digestion Chicago Prepared by One Half Rates to Buffalo New York SlckHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand indigestion jaearbuuru Sour Stomach Nausea Frazer Axle Grease Â¬ Crescent Juno 12 Via tho Quoon and 13 with liberal return limits account Imperial Council Mystic Shrine Ask nuent for particulars V C RlNKAIlflON PB W3gigiieii11 fRAZER Chclaao i CO I General Passenger Agent For Rent Cheap New Invention Mr Duano Sinclair operator in charge of the Postal Telegraph Co A meeting of Dovish Council No In this city has invented a now and 1 Order of Princes of the Caliphs Improved process for insulating tele Â¬ will be held in Masonic Temple Lodge Rooms on Monday oventng graph wires which promises great at 8 oclock successthings when completed If Jly order Guy JJakhjjtt ful as Mr Sinclair is fully con Â¬ Sultan vinced It will be It will boa big B T Faiimuk Secy for our young friend thing Â¬ Attention Tho Mla Mac K um property on Apply t L F Murray street 35 tf Johnson For Wall Paper RentStore 33 Room TIo largo sty r m In 80000 bolts of wall paper at low Temple onoof tho best In tho city rices ltomlngton nucl Crawford Is offered for rent Apnly to Cajt E Icyclas 13 0 Milnni or Ben T Farmer M A Collins ai tf Not affectod by Hoat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Masonic Manufactured LUBRICATOR Factories SL Louli New York w My ii ajEBfi JUNE CLEARANCE SALE EYERATHING HARKED DOWN lot price 6 button Swede reduced from 200 Morgentain gloves at 75c I lot Wash Chamois 2 clasp gloves at 58c deduced from 85c Xawns From 4c yd up i Kid GloVS India ILixxons 75 pieces just received Wc place them on sale at 5 6 8 10 12 and 15c per yard best values ever offered for this Piques and DuoksWe low now 30c Trench Organdies 359 Organdies now 25c 5c I Jimities now oc 20c Dimities now I2f4c stymie Dimities now 20c 1 1 45c Organdies offer 1200 prices You can yards at exceptionally not get along without aWhite Pique Skirt Wool Dress Goods All of our colored wool dress goods at cost y -- All Trimmed Bonnets and Hats at half former prices Â¬ 38c for sailors worth 50c 65c for sailors worth 100 100 for sailors worth 175 v Laoos and Insertions 200 pieces on sale at 20c yd and up Sailors al 75c Shiit Waists 1 100 colored waists 100 illiner parasol Big cut in fancy parasols Parasols 50 colored waists 100 for an all silk white Distinguished Missourlan Dead in by this time and assisted in quelling the prisoners who seemed to be Hon Richard P Bland known as MAnKsnuRV At her homo In bent on getting away of Missouri who was Clark was put in the cage and his Silver Dick Shelby county on Friday Inst Mrs supposed to have the Democratic Dannie Marksbury aged nbout 67 injuries attended to Jailer Holton had an exciting time nomination for President nailed years after a long Illness Mrs Marksbury was the mother of it for u while and It was lucky down until Bryan made his cross of of Mr J V Marksbury the well that help came in time or a general gold speech died at his home in Lebanon Mo on Thursday from the known newspaper correspondent and delivery might have occurred effects of la grippe He was an able lawyer of this city She was known U S Court Verdicts man and thoroughly imbued with and beloved here where she had the doctrine that free silver was the often visited her son The sympathy In the TJ S Court Judge Evans of many friends Is extended to the presiding John Sebree of Owen remedy for nil ills this country is sorrowing ones county was given three years in the heir to pen en each of two counts for coun- Â¬ terfeiting but us the counts were Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Almost a Revolt concurrent he will only have to Digests what you eat serve one term of three years At dinner time on Wednesday Tom Rudder qf Owen county was Special Rates via Southern Railway several prisoners confined in the convicted of counterfeiting and years county Jail got into a row and weie given live county colored Meeting Southern Students ConJoe Lowry trying to cut each others throats with was convicted of this of breaking into the ference nnd Young Womens Christable knives when Jailer Holton postoirk e at Hatton and given one tian Association Convention Ashe seizing a poker in one hand and a year ville N C June lii 17 1899 For the above occasion the South- Â¬ gun in the other ran up stairs and MATRIMONIAL ern Ry will sell round trip tickets to stop the row In ordered the men to Ashevllle N C at one fare for the order to do so however he was round trip on 15 and Jackson Fjrencu At the First good to return June 13 14 3D 1899 IU forced to threaten to shoot one of the until June Presbyterian Church in this city on These rates are open to the public crowd Thinking he had the row Thursday afternoon at 6 oclock thereby enabling them to vNlt Ashe stopped he slipped his gun in the Mr Craik Jackson and Mists Flossie ville and The Land of the8ky at holster and took the poker in both Fiench were married by Rev Dr J very low rates hands to keep the crowd at buy For further information apply to McClusky any agent Southern Ry Just then a negro named Lee This wasBluyney one of the prettiest wedClark slipped around and took the dings which has occurred in this city State Democratic Convention pistol out of the holster without or a long time The church was being observed and ran down the beautiful decorated and was filled Louisville June 21st Fur Mm ajeps to the lower room hoping to with the friends of the popular young above occasion thpKnuthpm fiv will escape as the door was not locked sell from all lis stations in Kentucky When Clark reached the door he couple rruuceu rate ucKets to Louisville for Miss French is the daughter gf the nil trains June 20th and morning was about to rush out when Mr Â¬ French Esq a law trains June 2lst good to return up to 3eo Brawrier who had been at late Sidney yer of this city and is u beautiful and including June 24 1S9 tracted by the noise met him and WM H TAYTIK ordered him back The negro at Â¬ amiable and popular young lady As t Genl Pass Agt tempted to push by pistol in hand She has been the teacher of inanuul when 13 riuvner caught him and hit training and physical culture in our him over the head wfth an old loclt city scnool fur some time Mr Jucksou is a handsome young which happened to be lying conJ until the fellow yelled for business man who numbers his venlent friends by his acquaintances He is mercy bookkeeper iu tho Bruuch Batik of Several other gentlemen had come Be Leading Specialists of America DEATHS Â¬ I Â¬ JOHNSON an t -- fc-tz ammmmmmBasmE The Most For Your Money ucs us in mis ciaim HOGE TfT rvr mm a n JKak mm I 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¬ this price we can sell you an oxford made of soft fine kid solid leather throughout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip One of the best bargains in our store Q4 4J IsWi Fr ur brag line of low cut shoes Any toe from corn to the fash ioaable bull dog all kid or vesting tops kid or patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine turn soles The famous Queen Quality Ox fords in tan and patent leather vesting tops and the newest styles The bejt shoes made for the price Laird Schober Cos fine Ox- fords These need no intro- Â¬ duction as they are the finest ladies Oxfords made All the styles and toes either patent leather or kid tips tfjH C P Ma9JM Â¬ 60 IS yiiiVVR VW fcQ g up-to-da- rt UUi Â¬ Our Ladies Sailors at 100 are Escaping From Herself When a weak Jjjl tSbSZtt V jf denly and pain racked residence of Mrs Qarrett on Second woman is sudÂ¬ Kentucky After a short bridal trip the young folks will go to housekeeping in the Hearty congratulations are ex- Â¬ DKK 20 YEARS 250000 IN OHIO CURED If - Aflffftt VAII 1AA1 Leaders H K CQeGlafe 212 Son St Clair Street Frankfort Ky com- - street WE CURE EMISSIONS NAifilftf jinn tin AUk lAiMKu1tala 4j yonng or mlddlo of ed men than tho prea- wuvv v tuvav ill 117 UtfOCS XUVJ produco weakness nervousness feeling ui uiiHusiuuu u rnioio xram or symptoms They unfit a man for business married lifo and social happiness No matter IrnofriOl fni1CAfl K rinllra IU Anil uwvt j ttI UUW4IH In JTUUbUf natural weakness orwt sexual excesses our rtuiT iueinou i raiment will positively VUtUJUUt mWkFi Jt w Y tended Just What You Want National Saengerfest WoWS pletely 1 relieved of her misery it is like shaking off the clutches of a sad pursu- Â¬ ing spirit She escapes from and becomes a new self literally another being My wire Is up and walks about a mile every pleasaut day she feels like auother person writes 11 Todd Huguley lsq of Mount lack son Marlon Co Iud in a letter to Dr K V Tierce of Iluflulo N Y When I first saw your book referring to the cure of cousumytiou I thought I would try Dr Tierces Gold Mi Medi cal Discovery aud Favorite Prescription as the doctors had Riven her up and so I thought it could do no harm if it did no good When I try to describe the results I fall to do o in words We shall never forget to thank God for giving us this means of relief I know If my wife had not taken Dr Pierces mcdiclucu ahe would now have been iu her crave You can ask any one who is afflicted thus to write to me for more particulars This only serves to show that what ordinary physicians of merely local and limited practice will often fail to accomplish may become entirely possi Â¬ Â¬ unhappy her wretched self McMaiian Abuams At tho resi dence of the oillciatlng minister iu this city on Wednesday evening Mr ltobt McMahau of Paris add Miss Kittle Abrauis of this city were married by Rev Georgo Darsie OmHam Pattie Announcement has been made that Mr Win S Old Â¬ ham and Mi s Mary Battle of Rich Â¬ mond will bo married on Wednes day next June 21st at the residence of her aunt Miss Lucy Pattle near Farmdale Rev Jasper K Smith officiating Mlns Battle is well known in this city having often visited her aunts the Misses Pattie and her uncles Messrs N F and Geo Richardson She is a splendid musician a ilno vocalist and a pretty girl Mr Oldham is raid to be u lino young man Odd Fellows Memorial Â¬ tinln liAU UUUPg vmvvhwh Vi1 kLua Ur wnr excofscs may navo TreaKened you Lxposuro may have diseased you You am nntflafn fill mirl flu vuAraiKAi win euro you x ou run no risk 1 rlfnn V AUi mu jMiu icvuiu uumpniui nervous uriiaoio ana er ClULttlft Vnit liannmn nrDaifnl mahaa anil despondent blotches and pimples nn rnn aas i i torm and downcast countenance royeal mo Jiieut oi your existence NO CURE NO PAY 250000 w Ynnnn i CURED i haiiiii WECURE VARICOCELE lll wormy veins return to their normal condition and hence the rexum organs recoivo proper nourish inent Iho organs lecomo vitalized all unnatural drains nr lmturi cimisa nml manly powers roturn No temporary benefit Iiut a permanent euro fissured NO OlKHA NP ConK NO PAY Nil lllTHN llUfl IKtllIfSA IIV euro IfPI now long you my havo had NEW MKTlini IUKATMKVT u ino Ko lnnttor nr orlnii vnur Man mav it our T10N FllOM llUSfNESS ble to a thoroughly scientific and radical treatment based upon a life long and world wide experience with the beverest and most ohstiuatc forms of so called in- Â¬ Do not despair but curable diseases write to Dr Pierce lie will send you the most authoritative advice in n plain 6ealed envelope free of charge His splendid thousand page illustrated Com- Â¬ Adviser will be sent mon Sense Medical paper bound for 31 one cent stamps to pay the bare cost of mailing or in heavy handsome cloth binding for 31 stamps A whole medical library In one looo page volume CURES GUARANTEED Jyoaiio uiAiuiiai and KII OONSULTATION vnpr MiiirJuj luuiJjiiirtii it iinanio io call urito NKY Ulsento VUKP itnnifR A vo treat nnd euro BvrilltilH STHIOTimiJ VAHU00iiK SKMli The Odd Fellows of this city held memorial services iu their hall in Odd Fellows Temple on Tuesday night Thero was n nice crowd of ladles and gentlemen piosent Rev Win Crowe Jr delivered an ad Â¬ dress and several others mado short talks Past Grand W li Bridge ford presided with his usual gracoand dignity Some vocal music was also enjo ed Altogether tho occasion was it very pleasant ono imMmmr 1JANK forIIOMK From Juno Jtli llw i Routo puts into service for tho far west a now fast daily afternoon train rom St Louis for Denver leaving t Louis t 20 p mi arriving nt C20 p m Ono night enroute Di Â¬ rect via St Joseph PIntch lighted equipment vestibuled sleepera and the liurlingtons famous cnair cars Travelers arriving in St Louis In tho morning havo several hours stop Â¬ over prlvllego This is tho middp way tlie scenic way to tho Pacific Const Jidllor Jtoumtnbouli lor details ask your tickot agent or You are authorized to announce L w Wakkley mens a candidate for Jailer to till Genl Passr Agt the unexpired term of J W Alloy deceased subject to any regular W M Suaw action of the Democratic party Div Agt UJ 2m VTSaoua NX Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Â¬ treatment of all liver kidney and ftomach troubles Tho Red Circle Pill has not been advertised in liVnnlrfnrf Our anlnti lmurnvni htum been phenominal and in every in Â¬ stance tho remedy has Riven satisfac- Â¬ tion If you nre suffering from dys Â¬ pepsia indigestion constipation bil iousness jaundico palpitation ver- Â¬ tigo or with an old fashioned head ache If a female from painful or in- lltllolfint nrnvcmalvn mnnatriintlrm nv from tiny trouble arising from a dis arranged or torpid liver tho Red Circle Pill is warranted to reliove you or wo are directed to refund vou vim i innnuv Tru n hnv sit 9S onntu Onco in your family you will nover v iuuivcu liar ii wiuiuiu iiifiu 35 tf die J W Gayle Â¬ On account of tho above For tho past six months we havo occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway Red Circle Pill a ComuAnv been selllnc Th i will anil tini f iirnnnrnrliin nrlirl niitod hu nn nlfl nnd mirwKsful Kentucky physician and natl and roturn Juno27th to July 1st used by hi in for sixty years in the United to Tulycthat tr the round trip J Gen Pass R Newton Agt a The NebraskaCoIorado Express New Train Tn lasr rR Kennedys Kergan 122 W FOURTH ST VIHUINNATI O llOWAItl S Farm For Sale 12 Farm contilnlnsiitiiut out liui lrol unit twenty itcrcs In u uojl state of cultivation Uwfliiiiir anil out liiiiiiinsi in ijootl reiitlr nml well w tore I mi Main KlktiuriiiPioiU Stoil miinvllle Cilhit premnos forlnfiriutlMi WM CltUltOll June 01m 3 Genentl Malinger St Louis io il iiiiott 1 Til ft Imll lgsatut ex rsjAw ft r wvsii - OASTOniA Tiry ttm V snvmm 7WSW0T Ginining DBDarinien t Mens all wool suits S500 Mens all wool fancy cheviot suits 600 to S 10 00 Mens all wool black and blue serge suits 800 to 1500 Mens double breasted silk faced all wool blue serge 1000 to 1800 T te elinrf nnnte ciiifc r er to 600 Boys long pants suits 350 to 1200 Fuisig Depart 1 snoB DBpartmeni I Just received a large lot of fancy silk Madras shirts soft bosoms looks like a 100 one will only cost you 50c The best shirt for 100 that good judgment skilled labor and spot cash can produce n wrira The season straw hats I Trout and Bag at all prices is now on for Wje have them and in all the newest styles 50c to 300 Linen hats and caps 25c to 50c dpinp 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 prepared house in Central Kentucky to take good care of you in this line- - tj x y Knox Hats Stetson Hats 5 500 4 and -- rti M Mrarrrrgg lij uii naiajamM1 r Mens low cut patent er leathÂ¬ i 500 Our general line of mens Mens low cut tan 500 and boys felt hats comprising Mens black vici Southern all the newest shapes and ties 500 colors is the largest and most Mens black vici Southern complete we have ever carried ties Ladies black kid Oxfords solid 100 Ladies kid lace shoes solid 125 Childrens cloth lace shoes black and tan 100 sizes 8 to 1 1 Exclusive agents Jenness Miller shoes and Oxfords Mens low cut tan 300 300 Prices to suit all Trunks 3 to 7 Bags 2 to 10 Telescopes 50c to 135 Dress suit cases 2 to 8 mu mi Boys shirt waists 20c to i mEElr ib pair for 50c It may be you do not know it but we do keep the largest and best line of gents jewelry 3 pair for 25c Black Cat brand Mens y2 hose good ones 3 100 TO ti in the city TTvonlrf kvt Kentucky DURING THE MONTHS OF JUNE JULY D IN C CRUTCHER rectors of tho Winchester Building und Saving Association the following was adopted Resolved By the Board of Direct ors of the Winchester Huilding and Saving Aw iociation that in the death of Major T N Cardwell who for tlfteen years was president of this institution it lits suflcred the lo s ol an ellicientand faithful olicer and wo hereby extend to his bereaved widow and duughterourHinccrtvt sympathy I whdi to siy that I feel under last ing obligations for what Chamber lains Cough Remedy has done for our family We have used It in so many cases of coughs lung troubles and whboping cough and it has always given the most perfect satis Â¬ faction we feel greatly Indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Bespectfully Mr S Doty Des Moines Iowa For sale by J W Gayle druggist Â¬ AND AUGUST OUll STORE WILL BE CLOSED AT 7 0OLOUK GO EXCEPT ON I Huntington West Va Mh SATURDAYS Resolutions of Respect Frankfort Boys The City Council met Tuesday evening Rev MUAdnms preentcd a petition in relation to thecoudi ion of the Alley in the rear of the Hap tlst Church The Mayor was di rected to advertise for a sewer from Salenders corner down the alley to tho rear of the church R K Mc Clure ik Son asked for a rebate on license which was referred L Mangan roported tint ho issesstd Co for taxes the Mason Goocli Referred to Financo Committee Tho bond ofThos Heirier as manager of tho Opera House was approved Tho contract of Mr Bosworth to consti uct granitoid pavement on Second street was ratified The report of Financo Committee relating to nsces wnenl of Geo F Berry trustee was recom Â¬ mitted to Financo Committee The Workhouse Committee was directed to ascertain how much expenso tho city had been put to on work for Mr Kelley Tho Water Committee was directed to receive bids for K S Jouttt W M lilXKKKIl putting In three pums the cost not C S IitiNcir to exceed d0 each Several ordi T GSiUAitr nances were enacted to pave cuib Committee that It was on motion resolved Win and gutter eeitaiu streets till report be published in the Company chester papers and piesenled at the Henry Kothlor next Circuit Court to ho entered of record and the meeting then ad Lumber Deulora of Louisville Ky Jew T Tiokiii journed invito correspondence with mill men CI airman who havo lumhor for sale They buy L II Hush Secretary Poplar aqd Hardwoods In mixed oara Dry or Qreen Write thorn 31 0m At n meeting of tlio Board of Di IX Â¬ Atameeoting of the Winchester Bar held at the Court House on Wednesday evening June 7 1899 n committee was appointed to draft resolutions embodying the sense of the bar at the loss occasioned by the t iniM if Ml Card well one of it inemberH and the com mittee made tl o following reprt which was unanimously adopteu The bar of Winchester U called to mourn the los of one of its oldest and most highly rejected members Mai Isaac N Cardwell after a long illness has closed tt life of more than usual length of great usefulness and wholly without repooach A r ound acute experienced and vigorous lawyer always faithful to his clients interest Ills courteous manner abÂ¬ solute fuirne and unvarying kind ness to his profe sional associates won him the respect and esteem of tlio entire bar and established u last Â¬ ing and most enviablechaiacler with lived the people among whom lie Ins man Quiet and unassuming as nets were his life was from its be ginning an illustration that the most quiet and unobtruMvo of men are nearly always the bravest and most adventurous Maj Cardwell was n llls yllt member of the patriotic und enter Â¬ prising band collected under the ieadeishlpof Walker in the earliest of the lllllbustering expeditions which left our shores to fceek adventure und fame in a foreign land in the Mex he was found enican war of M rolled under his countrys flag and when hostilities again began in the war between the States he was among the llrst to enlist In the army for the maintenance of the Union Beihles Ids military service ho t vice served as a member of the Kentucky Legislature with credit to himself and to Hie atisfaction of his constituents In all tlio allalrs ot lire he was without reproach an af fectionate and dcvoled husband and father a kind Irlend a most and public spirited citizen Ills loss will bo long lelt by all who knew him Wo ask that the report of this Committee be presented at the next term ol the Clark Ciicult Court and placed on ltr rei onl F HutKNim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ At tho commencement exercises of Center College at Duiville out of the hx orations delivered two u ie by Frankfort boys Mr Jo- - W Norwood son of Mi C J Not wood had as his subject The oiiiiii ol Lawii Mr John J C Watson miii of Rear Admirul John Crittemhn Watson a graduate of the Law College had as his subject Tne Influence of Christianity Upon Laws These young men had tine addresses and upheld tho honor of h old town In good style The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF The Encyclopedia Britannic a The Pilot voyage of life One cannot go wrong if its teachings are followed It tells the mistakes men have made how others havesucceededand why An intelligent man gets good from the experiences of others and steers clear of the rocks they ran 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