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PTXIH Mmi The GEO A VOL Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS L LEWIS PubliBhor TERMS 100 In Advance NO 4 XXII Worth Reading s FRANKFORT KY that what I say here SATURDAY JUNE 24 U19 w W ft s Is sub rosa Itc ingcmcnt and diligent energies have memner l am wmspcring in your nuiuieu up If there is ono thing some pcoplo Tho following paper was rcml be Â¬ private and not your public ear for wu iiiivu in uu migniy carciui now-n- kiww every mint aoom it is insurance fore the Insurance Agents Conven nays you know as to what wo say and those who have tho least or rioth Hon wlili li wos held In tlio oily of in public ror fear of bolng In con- - I tig at all to Insure aro the ones most T Louisville on Wednesday May 17 tempt of court If durlnir the past willing and ready to lend the weight S1ZCS -by Mr Geo L Payne of this city few weeks I had given utterance to of their ponderous Intellects to the all the sulphuric phraseology that settlement of problems that have and h well worth reading suggested itself to my mind on the puzzled the brains of tho wisest and A CONVICT IN DISGUISE stibeetnf courts of justice Common- - most honored ofourprofes ion Tho Up in my town once lived a patient wealths Attorneys Ac In connection past Is strewn with wrecks of Insur man whoso landlady feasted him on with the recent conspiracy cases up ance capital The procession Is a rabbit until be was m saturated witu my way I would now be addressing coutlnuousoue and as fur buck as In 01ZC rabbit that he became terror stricken you by proxy from a hot cell in the vestigation can go you will find Franklin county Jail No doubt this where hundieds of companies and at the sight ol every dog A diet of 1 last appearance here or millions of Insurance capital have criminal prosecutions and grand Jury will he my n proceeding gives me now n days sen Â¬ elsewhere as member of this Asso- been wiped out of existence About sations of a peculiar if not similar ciation for I fear my days of freedom 80 Joint stock firo and marine Insur- Â¬ nature I am constantly on the alert urn numbered and that sooner or ance companies have fulled re In- Â¬ for fear the strong hand of the sheriff later tho punishment which follows sured or gone out of business in this Â¬ will be laid on my shoulder and I crime will have been meted out to country within the past live years shall be lauded behind tho bars me The truth Is I cant Just quite Even ublquitus high rates that understand why I Whether on the street In my olllce at large to day yetam allowed to be demon with two heads and a forked feel grateful for tall did not save them This does or even in the usual quiet hours of mis temporary rcsp scores the night I find my mind in a state through Jail bars te man peering not include the Lloyds of cheap de and eatimr iuii funct Mutuals Ac organized Â¬ of perpetual unrest ami anxiety for grub My crime indeed must be a to catch the unwary the wrecks of the future Time was when 1 had Indictments have which engulfed many thousands of no fear of Commonwealths Attor- Â¬ grievous one neys Circuit Judges and Juries and come so thick and fust I have been innocent and honet policy holders unable to and claimants I looked upon these worthies with a mignty keen tally While weinhave This is an awful who lost their all my sheriti up record and yet the the same allcctionate regard as upon county I ciever bear to face him attention of the insuring public can- Â¬ cant But now other ordinary folks when I come In sight of one of these Every time I see him coming down not be drawn to it for a moments Those companies guardians of the peoples rights the street 1 seein to be paralyzed consideration who are determined to relieve the with fear and my legs ignomin that are anoat to day and bear hon- Â¬ oppressed frojn the hands of con iously fall to respond to a desire to ored names are such as havo con- Â¬ MASONIC spfratorsand tyrants I Instinctively take to my heels One look from ducted their business with ability feel inclined to take to the woods him in my direction strikps terror to and followed the well known and my very being and I say to myself beuten paths of conservatism and and wait for it to blow over its an To those uninformed of what has goner up with me now i m a steered clear of the rocks and tho un this time sure professional practices which havo been going on in the courts up in our SUMMER CRUISE 1 attribute my freedom to dav to swamped so many others It is to of the State the noted Blue girt country I will say we are at the timely aid of a good friend and these time tried and fire tested last discovered I am told by a Jury minister of the Christian Church up institutions the policy holders must look to of my peers that I have been A Con- Â¬ in my town who signed my bond though carry their interests safely the ilrery times which peri- Â¬ vict in Disguise tor tho past 18 and vouched for my future behavior years yet did not know it until so and uppearanco in court whenever odically soouer or later will surely informed by twelve honest farmers demanded I havent the heart to visit every community This Association was tho offsurlncr riEVSTEEL sitting in judgment on a conspir- leave this friend with the bag to COMFORT It was brought acy which has existed since the hold or I would stran my otlice of a conspiracy PASSENGER r IIIUII JUIJlltrill UUl tn4i rlpqlrnn - mv hfinlr ininn nnr twnl lortn at an nour past midnight be- Â¬ nLi w4- IU UlC SPEED vi wnvHijHm in jr UlIIU JlllTIIIUlJ Ul contrary They adjudged as crim- - and strike out to Arkansas where 1 hind closed doors in room No fiO STEAMERS and SAFETY 11IY1 tfllH t ll llOfntfl lirn til 11 hllmr ntmv Capital Hotel Frankfort Kylivo InnloM IKnnlrl ortrl VinnI Hst nj K0 Dana or small panies I represent and said thev each pther to get any kind of policies ieaT at any price If I could ust iret over worKers among wnom was our should he iiunlshed as such We have gone along too peacefully into Arkansas for a few weeks with worthy President had Just gone all these years dealing out protection the ed tor of tho Piney Woods down in defeat for the third or fourth against loss by fire to our friends and Clarion as a running mate and time in an effort to pass through tho To Detroit Dlacftinae Beorgiai Bag Petosfeg beautifully Legislature that meritorious meas- Â¬ micago neighbors aiming to give and take armed with a supply of -engraven policies 01 me winciniiu ure known as the Resident Agents No other Itne offer a panoram- - of 460 mites whatever share of the bitter and of eqtta variety and Interest could afford to light Bill now u law in nearly every sweet which time should decree as insurance Co Foua Trim fed Wiek Between our portion When we recajl tho my cigars with ten dollar treasury State The friendly Senate had in- Â¬ iZ2 NiaHT Swviei Between Toledo Detroit and Mackinac many long years we so successfully notes I would make Webb McNnll dorsed it no less than three different DETROIT AND CLEVELAND piay u our nana at naming tne peo- - of Kansas and his road airents with times but owing to short sessions PET03KEY Fre THE 800 MAHQUETTE Ead Direction pie I marvel that we were not sooner a11 tnejt ai pickings from the com- - and other obstacles In the way it Berths 75c Si Stateroom S175 AND OULUTH illcnniioiirl mill thomiiilulimant inil TMinies ITU till rip- CTrPPIl OVIvl Mltll seemed to get hung up in the Houe are mJc at Cleveland with WW RATES to TraMforaH points HasLSoutk SfJ to fit tho crime Where are all the Qvy and they would bo remem Feeling somewhat depressed over nddlMealiid Berth X5 at Detroit lor all tho last defeat and casting around ApprorlauteCojtfroaClevelandSioBo Commonwealth Attorneys Circuit btretl hereafter as mere pigmies as and Northwest lroaiToledoi6a hold ups The Ar for some strong fortification from Sunday Trips June Jul AuoSp0et Only Judges and grand juries that have professional gone before In these days of a new kunsans want cheap insurance They which to again train our batteries it Every Oay ano Nioht Between deDnrturo in criminal ehusint T should have it and with my Wind- - was suggested that perhaps a State Cleveland Put-ln-ncorrect tho evils fom T sm innnv nf IIiaiii tnrnlmr In 11111 InSUninCO Co I COllIll pivfi it Association couldHful and Toledo wl in Tn IaI w mus xitl iL vucum in m 1i w iciuinisiuuiuu Bend 2c for Illustrated Pamphlet Address Deiroii on j Cleveland im me their eottlns una striking out wlldlv 4Ln e through legislation Wethen and Havfoaiion company right and left in a vain endeavor to that State left by the withdrawal of But I cant go just there organized tho Load Under- free themselves from a long confine- - the octopus Association of mentnnd a torturing conscience in ow lam tied bund and foot to my writerswere just enough Kentucky of us to make order to get back to this world Just native soil and liable at any time to There - complement of officers so each long enough to ask a dear peoples havo a draft made on me by the forgiveness for not bringing the sheriti or Franklin county to report beiecieu me particular otlice ho pro octopus to earth during the days for duty on the chain gang Just as ferred and was unanimously elected of their pilgrimage here Perhaps sotin as the aforesaid octopus Is thereto From that small beginning some of them even now are receiv- - successfully driven from Kentucky has grown tho present magnificent ing the just punishment that should I will operate my company in this organization and Its influences have be rneled out to them for their many State I can issue my policies from extended into other territory until A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of sins of omission In tho way of duty Jo rraiiKim county jail and per to day similar Associations aro in the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart baps be able to meet the demands of suceessiui operation in nearly every left undone 111V TI10 WllOle IS Tt lu nf littlo rvmcDnimnnn low tir Snnfirs OUUO in 1110 UniOIl Burn and Constipation in a tilO DCOlHC older criminals who come out of will lend a helping hand in signing now focused In our grand National the smoke of baitlo with well filled tno policies and gathering in the Association which meets in Buffalo The conspiracy that pocket books whether school keeps shekels -- Which ever way the cat n August or not but what Is to become of jumps meres minions in it lor uiouniiuiiuu uenig mis owuo ivssoci Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets iiition has somehow escaued criminal those who like the railroad con- - inyilf ductor havent been In the business Time wns whon t wn nut Pimawi prosecution but this Association is All other remedies clnitxihi to cure indigestion nnd dyspepaln contain PEPSIN uunsyct long enough to own a diamond phi ered a crime political or otherwise la one of its forms nnd us long ns PEPSIN Is supplied to n wenk or even healthy I had hoped to extend to you to atomnoh iu the shnpe of medicine nature will oense to innke it nnd the DYSPEPSIO and a pony phaeton Our sympa Â¬ for two or more men to aoclato thies go out to these younger breth- themselves together uniting their nV an Invitation to meet in Frank will not be nble to do without his DOSE nnd of course never be oured of his ren who are Just beginning a crim- Â¬ capital with their energies and abil- - rt next year But the dead lino trouble A stouinoh Mint will promptly digest food must ranke its own PEPSIN inal career and aro now being in- ities and organize an insurance which has been drawn around our ter nnd not rely upon modioiue for this most iruportnnt aijunt Amtrionn Dyspepsin Tnblots contniu no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC ngents itiated into ways that aro dark and coinpany and conduct It along cer iltory against all Insurance organlza tricks that aro vain and who have tain lines of conservatism for the tious prevents mo from offering you but nro composed of four old nnd well known vegetable remedies which in combi- Â¬ learned the lessons npcenry purposoof mutual Interest and tho Sl b courtesy I shall not invito nation will soon ufYoot n cure by restoring the stoumch to its normal condition not We furnish no book on the STOMACH nnd its DISEASES no ALMANAC to round hem off as accomplished public good Such men were en- - yu to partake of the hospitality of criminals and IU them for continu- couraireil in these entemrlies which nio utpitai uity until l can do so no prize for the LAHGEST uurabur of wrappers but will send n trial box to any ing the systematic robbery incident enabled them to furnish the neonlo1 with oJllctut assurance that you will address free of co it to cecuring tho well tilled purse an article of necessity which no man not bo treated to a criminal diet be AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS aro put up in rOa packages nnd are to had at J W Gitylus and W H Averllls or by addressing When I look around mo to day and alone could An association of cap while our guests and passports can Bee so many of my blder comrades ital Is necessary in nearly all the bo furnished for your safe return THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET GO in crime who havo grown fat sell great undertakings of llfo Involving home ing gold bricks to farmers In tho largo values and covering a wide LOUISVILLE KY A fow years ago Mi Quad of tho shape of insurance policies I am not field and should be fostered when Detroit Free Press thrilled tho land suriirit ca tnat certain guardians ot rightly conducted oy the people with a personal account of How It the dear peoples Interests out of and alio ml a lair loturn on tho In felt to lie blown up on a steamboat enlarge our penlten j Last fall I sprained my hip whilo when we purely philanthropic motives couio vestment whut is the situation to w iinin a lew months we navo all tiaries andmust large There torwaid to relieve them of all their day Every priituilzutloii of assocl- - been regaled with stories of tho suf- - army of us JalK we must isbe aaccoiu handling somo heavy boxes Tho and doctor Leaned on said at first it was to crush out ait d capital is public prey for tho ferlng and daring of our bravo holdler fancied Ills doierinlnul modated within tiio wails the clopus and all Its hireling- - demagogic pi llticians desirous of boys in Cuba and tho Philippines Legi lature should mo tit unless the a slight strain and would soon bo to amend You deserve no better fate You riding Into ofllce over tho remnlns of limll 0110 woiihl almost suppose that well but It grow worse and tho doc us on the pre ent have been leeches on your several luted treasuries and wasting stir- - tho tented Held and the battles van public ro ids law and work expensethe tor then said 1 had rheumatism of c As tho It communities long enough and the pluses A treignt train with ono or aro uow the only sphere In which to our keejt must be btirir by th tax Â¬ deine has guno foith that forever more of these political barnacles at show youielf u man Hut If any payers would it not be to their inter continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work I went hen idler on t hall he estopped from 1110 throttle Is looe in nearly everv one thinks the lot sof A Convict in still rui your old time nefarious piacticcH I Fouthern and western State and DNgulho u bed of roses and is will est to have us heavier at large rather to a drug store and tho druggist rec Â¬ coiiintiiluie the agents up in my going down grado to destruction ing to trust the harrowiugcoufessions than entail I culimlt burdens upon ommended mo to try Chamberlains tho question themselves town Unit all could grow fat nnd carrying with It tho welfare of tho Just given I shall bo only too glad to to this meeting lor consideration lsy on commbslons before tin peopio nun mo nnpes 01 inuire mis swap positions with 11 ti i until he is and shall ask a vote on It before ad Palnjiulm I tried It and one half of n 50 cent bottle cured mo entirely liulitnintr hliuik and discovered InetH Interests If the good citizens ready to cry enough Tho ab them The 7010 that annually gos of then States stanil idly by refus sence of volunteers I shall consider a journment I now recommend It to all my friends into tho puclulH of my fellow agcntH ing to put on tho brakes they will verdict in my favor and returning P A Habcock Erlo Pa It Is for In Fianklorl an aveinge of 750 u realize whoii too lute thu awlul to my jolo ot tho Underwriters Jean It makes nodilerenco how bid tho to each agency was too gieat wreck Vnl J tin I cm at least of the wound if you use DeWltts Witch salo by J W Gaylo druggist Hitr that awaits as tho luovltable brothers In tny an cxtoitlon to bo longer hidden or It will quickly heal and Hazel result You can destroy In a fow passing tribute of craft Implore the leavo Salve loleinted u sigh no i car Tyler it Hemphill Kodol Dyspepsia Cur I lornnt to mention in tho outset wcel8 what many j ears of nblo man- Tho time la now come It seem Digests what you cat and Win MeKcco Hurdle Â¬ Â¬ STAGG For a i i tliail anVDOClV We have a big stock of Ice Cream Freezers ranging in iruiu i pmi jor wie sick room to gallon for family reunion dinners WALL PAPER Elegant samples 1899 patterns FISHING TACKLE Just opened our new stock Fisli hooks from 3 8 inch to 5 inches long CliQBDQT All iill- Nails jNails Nails BflCONU ANN STREET TEMPLE take the COAST LINE to MACKINAC -- Â¬ I - eSC Ufip0 r H l - aitetJand 150 wr008 ny -- mi iinl-kiruttlt- I -- w I i i I DYSPEPSIA CUREDI AMEEIOAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS V TO Â¬ Â¬ l yt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Jltt-rr JifiKWMyurauttiftKdiftKJityttM nplftVi rWferWrVMtfllftoVV 1 We Are More Than Pleased f 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 lookfor a very large fall trade so during the month of mWWJJXJEi we are goiug to offer ing some extra bargains in every department as we are determined not to carry over any summer goods Our stock is very large Call on us we will try and please you Â¬ Â¬ ft I I m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft WEITZEL W ODONNELL w Attention Hibernians Â¬ PERSONAL Mr Leslie Hancock is visiting his parents Mr Robt Gray is at home for a short vacation Mr Howard Mayhall has returned from Louisville Miss Emily Thomas has returned from Kenosha Wis Col Attilla Cox of Louisville was in the city Monday visiting Miss Stitos Duvall is friends in Louisville Mr Jas B Wnthon of Louisv ille was in the city Monday Miss Mary 0 Cray visited relatives in Louisville this week Miss Maggie Rogers is visiting her uncle in New York State Mrs Sam J Shackelford has re- turned irom Harrodsburg Rev M BAdams returned Mon- day night from Mt Sterling Rov Robt Enimitt Abram is at home from a short vacation Miss Jennie Duvall is visiting Miss WoBtfeldt In North Carolina Col Ancelo Meyers of New York City was in the city on Monday Col W J Wilmore of Camp was a visitor here this week Mrs Carrie Jett is visiting relatives in the Jetts Station neighborhood Mr Winslow Robinson of New York City was in the city this week Mr Geo A Lewis and wife visit d relatives in Henry county this weik Deputy Collector S D Willis of Lexington was hero on Wednesday Miss Fannie Logan and niece are guests of friends in New Albany Ind Mrs Price of Ashoville N C is the guest of her sistor Mrs L P Tarl ton Mrs Cornelia Bush is visiting her BDn Mr Sam Bush and wife in Louisville Mr Wm T Johnson of Louisville was in the city Tnursday and yester day Miss Mary Gray was the guest of her cousin Miss Anita Berry this week Mr Arthur Armstrong and wlfo of Butler Ky visited relatives hero this week Col Thos M Porter and wife of Covington were visitors hero this week Miss Una Wright is visiting her aunt Mrs Otis Ashurst in Georgetown Mrs Goo T Stagg has returned from Florida where she spent the Nel--am Miss Cordelia and Annio Gaines Mrs S It Davidson was the guest Misses Oorrlne Egbert and Annie of Mrs S E DeUaven in LnGrange Williams have roturned from a visit of Crescent Hill who have been visit ing relatives here for two weeks re- Â¬ this week to friends in Woodford county Mr Henry Hukill of Lexington Mr Jas W Hughes and family havo turned home Tuesday morning was tho guest of relatives in this city romovod to their farm at Woodlako Mr J Crnlk Jackson and wife havo this week returned from their bridal trip and and will reside there in future Mrs John Hurdle has gono to Ash- Â¬ have gone to housekeeping in Mrs County Attoiney Jas H Polsgrovo made a business trip to Cincinnati land to spend the summer with hor Garretts house on Second streot Mr Will Sholton a demon of the daughter Mrs Lewis Putnam tms weeir Miss Jennie Qulnn of Georgetown Henry county road is spending his vacation with MrJasDMarkhamof was the guest of Miss Janle Dehoney was called here by the doath of his his cousin Miss Florence Barrett at his old homo on Campbell street this weolf mother Mrs Lucy D Markham Miss May Long who been Miss Nettle Walcutt of Lakeland Mrs D N Comingore of Coving- visiting ber father Hon G lias Long W haR been the guest of Mrs was tho guest of Miss Janle Dehoney ton who this week Hiram Berry has returned home t Editor Put McDonald attended tho Mr Thos Hunter former Superin- Â¬ Leitcnueid Lojisvillo Democratic Convention on tendent of Schools for this county Mrs 0 M Reynolds and children Wednesday has gone to Mississippi to reside and Mr E Randolph Smith who havo Mr B F Meoli and wife aro spend- Mr Jno Will Johnson returned been guests of their aunt Mrs R M fur Mio oiivvt mux nt flirt Trtnda hnnlr if from Camden S 0 on Saturday and Aldridge havo returned to their New Albany Ind homo at Anniston Ala will remain at home until October MlM Elm T ftnd Mr Maupn Rev Dr J M Weaver of Louis- Â¬ Miss Jessie Nash who has been the Woodson and Mr Jno M Bull spent guest of Mrs Jas F Montgomery has ville preaohed at the First Baptist Sunday in Versailles Church on Sunday morning in tho returned to her home at Paducah pastor Rev M B u a f MIbs Olintie Cunningham of Rich- Â¬ absence of the Adams at mond is the cuest of ner aunt Mrs It was a fine the General Association Democratic State Convention at sermon and greatly en Hiram Berry at the Capital Hotel Louisville this week Joyed by a good congregation Mr JeB80 Ohoato and wife of Lox- Miss Jennlo Morrow of Stewart Misses Sophio and Ann Hendrick ingion were guests of Mrs Robert Home was the guest of her niece gave a delightful music tie at their Ohoate this week Mrs J M VanDerveer this week handsome home on the Versailles night Miss Dessio Young of Woodford Mrs R B Brock and son MasterÂ¬ pike on Wednesday Sue and in honor guests Misses Bruce from Norwood Ohio aie visit- of her of Lexington Miss AnnaGriselda Pearce Scott Ohoate this week ing Mrs W T Crutcher West Side The members of DW No I A H are hereby notified that the reg- Â¬ ular mcctiiu has been changed from Tuesday evening ut 8 oeloek to Sun Â¬ day morning at oclock Every member of the Division is earnestly 1 0 tBaTT ZrtZl requested to be present next Sunday 23 tit 0 a m nt the hall Kieber building South Side as in stallation or now iifllcnrM will tiL-business of import- P unce come up for consideration June John J Hoes an County president The Best in the Market JW jj claimed for Parkers Elmville Roller Mills flour Sao w ilake Mr Parker has been making this flour for twenty years and says that it will compare witli any bodys niuke John Driscoll has it for sale is Is what Fourth of July Rate sell Southern Ry Â¬ Â¬ winter Mrs Asa Walker has returned from a visit to Mrs E P Bryan at Fergu- Â¬ son Mo Mr I Davis attended the Demo oratio Convention in Louisville this week Sally Thomas has returned from Chicago very much improved in health Miss Hazolripg has returned from n frlmuin TTarliuiv vlniforl visit to her sister Mrs Bradley in Ml Liwronceburg on Wodnesday Lexington Mrs Prof McHenry Rhoads was a looker on at the Convention iu Lonlb vllle this week Mr W 0 Lutkemier and wife have gono to French Lick Spring to re main a montn Mrs Carrie G Randle of Guthrie was tho guest of her uunt Mrs Mag Graham this week Miss Sarah Page and Miss Hobson are visiting Dr Willis Hobson at Harrods Creek Mrs W H Jeffries attended the wedding of her brother Ohas in LouiHVilio this week Mrs Richard Tobln and daughter Mis j Lucille In vi returned from Nazareth Ac domv Mrs Payne of Arizona is the guest of her parents Col H P Mason und wife near this city Mrs Fulton Wright of Little Rock Ark is tho guest of her daughter Mrs S French Huge Misses Clara and Bertha Scott leave to lay for Jellico Tenn to visit their cousin Dr L M Scott Mr Ed S Richatdson son of Mr N F Richardson left Monday for Butte Mou to reside Miss Lena Pusey of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs J M VanDerveer Second street Mr Van Edwards and wife of Versailles spent Sunday here the guests of Mr Fred Laval and wife Prof Marcus RAllmond and family of Louisville have taken Judge Hob soiib house for the summer Mr T 0 Bradley and wife of Lexington visited her father Judge J II Hnzelrigg this week Mrs Clay II Hatohett of Newtown was thfi guest of hor mother Mrs R P Peppjr last week Judge A R Burnam and daughter 1 GOLD DUST THE BEST Washing Powder Miss Mason Montgomery has gone to Atlantic City ana will spend the summer atthat place and in Virginia Hon Geo H Alexander and wife of Louisville snont Sunday here the guests of Judge W H Holt and wile Mr Hampton Wallace who has been attending Central University ut Richmond is at home lor his vaca- Â¬ tion Miss Annie Samuel left Thursday evening for Nevada Mo her old home whore she will spend several weeks Miss Armstrong who has been tho guest of Miss Christine Bradley has returned to hor home at Flemings burg Mr F Marion Williams returned Saturday irom Louisville where he has been running the Allen Bradley Distillery f Mrs E A Grant and daughter Miss Bettie are spending the sum mer with Miss Annie Herndon near tuis city Mrs Emma Hastings of Shelby ville was the guest v hor parents Mr Jas Wright aud wife South Side this week Mrs H T Stanton and daughtor Miss Florence havo returned homo and are with hor daughter Mrs J O McLean TiiflfB 1 P Hobson and family havo gone to Elizabethtown their old home to Bpend tho vacation of the Court of Appeals Rev R L MoOready attended the silver wedding of Rev H H Sneed and wife in Georgetown on Thurs day of last week Mr Jos Robinson wife and grand daughter Miss Martha Farmer re Â¬ turned Saturday Irom a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in Mercor county Miss Elizabeth Rodman is visiting In hnr sister Mrs U C Mallorv in Kenilworth Ills whore she will spend the Glimmer Mrs Worley and daughtor Miss Marian who wore guests of Mrs S D Johnson have rotumed to their homo in Fayette county Mrs M J Stowart who has been spending tho winter with hor daugh ter Mrs W L Rodman In Philadel phia has returned homo Mr W P MoKeo of LaGrango Agontfortno colcbiateu Daylight Automatic Acetyleno Gas Genorator was in tho city Ihursday Miss Anita Morso and Miss Blanoho Oollmnn who have been guests of Mrs J I Hobson havo roturned to their homo in Chicago Ills Miss Julia GrantMissCarrlo Robin non and Miss Annio Gaines of Ores- cent Hill aro gueslB of Miss M Lookett Smith Second street Mrs Wm L MoEwan and children of Pittsburg Penn who haver beon visiting relatives hero for several days left for homo on Monday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All agents Southern Railway will on July 2d 3d and 4th final of Flomingsburg and Messrs Ed limit July 7th 1809 round trip Pearce of Flemingsburg and R Fourth of July excursion tickets Winn of Mt Sterling For further information address near- Â¬ est ticket nuent Wm H TaY Loe A G P A Pneumonia lagrlppe eoughcold Louisville Ky croup aud whooping cough readll vteldto One Minute Cough Cures Trimmed goods ut half price at Use this remedy in time and save a 43 2t doctors hill or tne unaertoKers Mrs Sally Thomas Hemphill und Wui McKee Tyler Hardie A Narrow Escape Successfnl Excursion The excursion run by Messrs Rogers to Natural Thompson Bridge on Sunday last was one of the most successful and best managed thut was ever run on this road There were eight coaches filled with nice people and two other coaches could have been filled had there These gentlemen been cars at hand do not allow any intoxicants on their trains and do not tolerate any bad behavior To Be Given la Paris Thankful words written by Mrs Ada E Hart of Groton S D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminated in consumption Pour doctors gave me up saying I could live hut a short time I uave 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 advi ed to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs aud Colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bot tles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woman Trial bottle free at J W Gayles drug store Regular sizo 50c and 100 Guar Â¬ anteed or price refunded Â¬ melf At the urgent solicitation of tho best people in Paris our local musi- Â¬ cians will give a rendition of tho opera of Robert Macalro at Paris Kentucky on Tuesday June 27th We assure tho good people of that fair city the capital of Bourbon that they havo a rare treat in store for them and the entertainment should have a crowded house Picnic The Endeavor Society o the Chris Â¬ tian Church has postponed tho time ofits annual picnic from tho 20th jnst to the Gth of July Every mem ber is permitted to Invito a friend Remember tho date Thursday p m July Gth wwwwwwiyyHyy7yvyvrwwiwv7qy ft 8 HIGHEST GENTS COLUMBIAN 1899 GRADE i i BICYCLE BEST All wo 2050 LADIES COLUMBIAN i i i Â¬ Â¬ - BICYCLE - BUILT i FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT rcquiro is 100 down bnlnncn pnynblo nftor oxfuniuiitloii Wo aro tho only factory in tho United States selling direct to rldor most liberal gtiurnntco over given Wo guarantee our goods for two yours You am havo your Wo givo more options than tho regular dealers choleo of color liolght of frnmo or any gear desired Our bicycles Imve all the Intent Improvements large tubing flush joints lnrgo spokelcts arched fork crown drop hanger etc Write for catalogue giving full description to day i i i s I N I b COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO Aiiruzv am v jC a x ic rwrt x a CLEVELAND OHIO la c yrc x xx Arrj aax a nTftTTZZJl x- EHl2SE35ISSSJl53iJI3 W 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 irimmed 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 sev eral styles 250 to 400 a suit Stomping Ground 750 i DELAYED LETTER Rev R A Walton will fill the pulpit of Rev T Warn Beagle at the Baptist Church on Sunday Miss Emma Mothershend of Fay- Â¬ ette county is the guest of relatives and friends near here Mr James Blnnton and wife of Dayton Ky are the guests of her parents Mr W G Glass and wife Wheat harvest would have commenced this week but lor the wet wt other The He sian ily has not damaged the wheat as much as was feared Â¬ in taking him to the Asylum Our town marshal and two constables ar rested him and carried him back to the Asylum Yacob nxjipsoisr JR Â¬ this week Mr Win Cromwell of Frankfort was here last week Wheat harvest is in full blast The most of the crop will be cut this week Mr C B Bruner sold to Mr Polk Boud u bay saddle horse for 44 cash Corn and tobacco are making rapid growth They need the plow nud hoe Mr and Mrs Howard Triplett haye gone to housekeeping In the Harper building On account of sickness in his fam- Â¬ ily Rev R A Walton failed to nil his appointment at the Baptist Church Sunday Born To the wife of Mr Sommer son Green June 16th a son on the same day to the wife of Mr J Ken ney Foree a son Mercer University Ga has conferred the degree of LL D on a former Stamping Ground boy Hon J C C Black Miss Jiminie Bond returned Saturday from an extended visit to She was accompanied by Texas tier sister Airs josie uawson tnu her niece Miss Wilkerson of Hol Â¬ land Texas Miss Bess Consleton of Decatur Ind is visiting the family of Mr S a Triplett alio is accompanied Dy little Miss Ackers of the same place Squire Tripletts granddaughter Master Emmitt Davidson 14 years ot age son of Mr T S Davidson sustained a painful injury last week While riding a bicycle the thumb on his right hand was caught by the chain and the rear wheel being rap idly revolved cut that member en Â¬ tirely off Yaoou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w There is however complaint of rust The clover hay crop has about been Bui much of It will be harvested damaged on account of the rains pre- Â¬ venting its being housed in time The following teachers have been t levied lor our graded school lor the nea year Prof F T Catlln Prln cipil Mr7 Frank Craft First As sistant Miss Salllo Lindsay Second Assistant Thu trustees also levied an additional tax of ten cents on the 1H to pay the old debt for new school lurnitureand other incidentals Dr E H Black attended the com mencement at Georgetown College last week Henry Kemper who was sent to the Eastern Lunatic Asylum about a month ago escaped on Thursday and made his way home He secured a razor ami went out to nuut Mr Duvall who had assisted the slierMÂ¬ I -i Ill III III II III III llli ASH YOUR DOCTOR I I J Ask your physician this ques Cross Roads What is the one great f tion remedy tor consumption I Cutting grain is nil the go Farm- He will answer Cod liver I eis ure kept veiy busy I flf ftt i series of meetings is being carried on t Nine out oi ten win i onA at Choateville this week con answer the same way ducted by Rev H M Polgrove Yet when persons have f The meetings are largely attended and every one seems veiy much in consumption they loathe all terested in his sermons fatty foods yet fat is neces- Â¬ Quite a number of youngsters met at the Gainey Bridge and fished all sary for their recovery and They report a day Inst Friday they cannot take plain cod grand time liver oil The plain oil dis- Â¬ Misses Blanche and Goldie Sud turbs the stomach and takes duth spent Sunday with Misses Lena and Mary Pierce In the afternoon away the appetite lThe dis- Â¬ It was their delight to have Misses agreeable fishy odor and Lttia and Mary to accompany them taste make it almost unen- Â¬ home and spend Sunday night with them durable What is to be done MIm Minnie Moore of Bridgeport This question was ans- Â¬ Is vielting on Benson this week wered when we first made Several of the boys and itirls from hero took a trip to the Natural Â¬ EMULSION SCOTTS i of Cod Liver Oil with Hvdo- Although that phosphites was nearly twenty live years ago yet it stands alone to- day the one great remedy for all affections of the throat and lungs The bad taste and odor have been taken away the oil Itself has been partly digested and the most sen- sltive stomach objects to it rarely Not one in ten can take and digest the plain oil Nine out of ten can take SCOTTS EMULSION and dl- gest it Thats why it cures so many cases of early consumption Even In advanced cases it brings comfort and greatly prolongs life Bridge on the excursion last Sunday Miss Nannie Bryant was the guest of Mi Manilla Mooro last Saturday and Sunday Rev II M Polsgrovo attended thu llehing parly at Walncys Bridge last Friday We are glad to leport Mr Krvin Hull who has been very sick ablo to boout au aln also able to escort the yoting ladles to mooting every night w oc SCOTT nd Si oo all druwtUu BOWNK Chmliu NtW York Ill- - tl Ulii III J Mis Janus Hudduth visited hir mother Mis Nelson Moore hut Tucbduy who Is very ill We tiro for honest old Dan llnt last and all thotlme In conclusion I will mention that some time ago about thlity slx ladles of this vicinity got up n peti tion to the court of claims begging tn in to give us a common county road from the site of the old Gainey Bridge on the north side of tlio creek down as far as the old Majors Mill lord thereby avoiding the hn Â¬ Mr It P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters in Aiken S C Weak nerves had caused severo pains in the back of his head On uIng Electric Litters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him Ho says this is what his country Dont Forget good gentle inne for work In a crand medicine A needs All America knows that it surrey Good for a lady to drive Ap cures liver and kidney trouble puri Â¬ That the big meeting of the Salva ply to W J Hughes at Hitches fies the hlood tones up the stomach 13 lt tion Army will bo held in this city Mill strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every muscle on Tuesday Wednesday Thursday nerve and organ of the body If and Friday Juno 27 28 2 and 30 weak tired or ailing you need It at tho Opera House Every bottle guaranteed only 50 Somo of the best speakers and singcents Sold by J W Gayle drug Â¬ gist ers of this splendid band of workers among tho lowly will bo present and will make addreeses durjng theses Go olons of the body Wo hopo that they may have largo attentivo and retentive audi- oicep They seek to do good nnd Democratic State Convention Louisville June 21st good only and should bo encouraged in every way Low round trip rates via the Queen Crescent Route from all Still At it points in Kentucky good until 21th returning Ask ticket agents for The Democratic State Convention further particulars W C Rineaiison met at Louisville on Wednesday General Passenger Agent morning and a temporary organiza Stato Grand Session I O O S and tion was effected by a combine of tho D of 8 Louisville Ky July 19 1899 Uoebel and Stono forces Stato Annual Conference Ky At the time we go to press nothing Union Epworth Leagues Loulsvlllo had been accomplished beyond this Ky July 19 189 point Annual Session Knights of Tabor It looks like things were getting and Daughters of tho Tabernacle tangled and much bad feeling has Padueah Ky Juno 21 29 1899 Annual Se wion Mosaic Templars been aroused of America Vlcksburg Miss July Â¬ Â¬ On Saturday thosolonsof the Democratic party from Tiger to Swallow field from Switzer to Bald Knob were in towntoseewhat-vas-wha- t The Conven and tion was called to order at 2 oclock and the agreed arrangement to di vide the vote of the county equally Goehel and between Hardin Stone was put through and the Con vention adjourned before the brother from the country had an idea what was up His anxious inquiry was what in blazes did they bring us nil b3 Gold Buo and Siiverite the way to town for nnd then not let us have a say anyhow Peaks Mill The Republican brethren profiting by the slick way every thing worked We are having some nice showers which is a great help to tobacco in their opponents meeting held their littlo love feast on Tuesday growers Mr John Spencer and Miss Sallie afternoon and divided their veto Newman were married last Thurs- Â¬ equally between Taylor Stone and day Pratt So you see how delightful It is for The farmers have begun to cut wheat brethren to dwell together In unity Mr Lew Penn wife and daughter all the way round in both parties were the guests of Mr Suter Staf- Â¬ fords family last Sunday Nice Improvement Miss Bessie Smith is visiting relatives at Woodlake this week Mr C H Mandevllle has Just com Â¬ Mr James Jenkins sold his last pleted a thorough overhauling paint- Â¬ years crop of tobacco for eight cents ing papering and refurnishing his all round barbershop on St Clair street near Miss Zoula Birchfleld was the guest Main nnd has made it a very invit- Â¬ of Mrs Bowen Hockensmith last ing place for a gentleman to go to Monday have his hair cut and a shave Call Mr Alex Bacon wife and daugh- Â¬ in and see him ter were the guests of Mr Frank Bacons family last Sunday Goes to Alaska The farmers are about through setting tobacco They would have got By a dispatch received by his through sooner if they could have been able to have bought fishing mother on Saturday we learn that corks to pay the hands for dropping Dr Nevill M Garrett Captain and Mrs Nellie Wilkerson and niece Assistant Surgeon U S Army has will leave for Butto City Montana been ordered to go to Alaska with this week accompanied by her the detachment of regulars that will mother Mrs Frank Bacon have charge of things in that section Old Batch Capt Garrett Is now in Sm Frannflvimtnirc nf irrent hnrcnfn cisco Cal awaiting transportation Tnkn sale of trimmed goods at Mrs Sally with tho troops to Alaska 43 2t Thomas Wanted Â¬ who-was-w- ard of being drowned crossing Benson also avoid making four railroad crossings Now we suppose this petition was pigeon holed for all time tls we have heard nothing from It although our own Mr Guthrie promised to do all he could to help the matter along We have about con- Â¬ cluded the court is more interested in matters pertaining to their own aggrandizement than they are to their constituents Some day some of these distinguished gentlemen may have occasion to offer for some office and in this precinct they may find about three dozen ladies arrayed against them and they may fliyl the opposition quito formidable too There should be a eafe road down the valley of Benson and there must Â¬ The Two Conventions L N CHEAP RATES Â¬ Â¬ N will sell round trip L tickets to Richmond Virginia nt one fare July 11 12 and 19 Return limit July 31st N will sell round trip L tickets to Los Angeles Cal Juno 24th to July 7th at ono furo plus 2 Account N E S N will sell round trip L Indianapolis Ind at July ISth and 19th account Nationul Convention Epworth Leagues Return ticket good until July 26th tickets to one faro In the District Court ot the United States for the District ot Kentucky In Bankruptcy IN THE MATTER OK LEK A TRUMB0 A BANKRUPT Â¬ this lith dar of June A D1899 on consl lerlnz the petition of the aforesaid bank Â¬ rupt for discharge tiled on the 9th da of June A P VfM It is ordered by the court that a hsarlng bo had upon the same on the nth day of July A D 1899 before said court at Louis- Â¬ ville In said district nt 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto us practicable and that notice thereof be published one time In the Roundabout h newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons In Interest may appear at said time and place and show muse If any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the honorable Walter Evans ludge ot said court and the seal thereof at Frankfort In sad district on the 10th day or June A D W 0 CHAPMAN Clerk iej9 By T U WIARD D 0 On 43 lt Christian Endeavor Convention Â¬ July 3d to Gth the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway Company will sell tickets to Detroit and return limited to July 20th with privilege of extension to August 15th by deÂ¬ posit with jolnt agent on or before July 12th and payment of a fee of 50 cents at one faro for the round trip J It Newton G P A Spains Greatest Need Â¬ Â¬ Queen smnowB ROUTE crescent Carts Baby Buggies Â¬ Kendall In Loxlngtou on Tues Grand Lodge Meeting G U O O day Mrs Mary Kendall wife of Mr l and Household of Ruth Jackson Richard Kendall formerly of this Tonn August 15 19 189 Penbotly Normal Institute Harrl city after a long illness Sho had man Tonn June 19 1899 many relatives and friends In this V C ItlNKAUHON General Passenger Agent city Â¬ U Hi 1899 Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers Sons foJmlmtm llLlliAj iiiUdt dfettiukjt in ff tt tMk itiiJtf Wi trn AtiMJIkJlt irlUniW fnrm Al A A SikAi LB9BlA3H URmEk Tits FranRfort Rounaanout Entered nttliopostolllceftt FrnnkfortKentucky as second elms mnllnblo mutter LARGEST - STOCK - LOWEST PRICES Ce- Â¬ GEO A LEWIS FIUNKFORT Editor and Pub JUMP-- 2t Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime ment Glass Lead Oils Etc i 1800 Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron fin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash Mariciiam At the home of her Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue daughter Mm G D Chinn In this Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen city on Stintlny qveningnt 7 oclock Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Mrs Lucy Davllson Mnrklwm Farming Implements Guns Powder widow of the nte Col John N DEATHS I Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deering Mowers and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Curries Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver O Murk am and dnimhter of the Into il James Davidson of this city nged 70 years and 7 month Mrs Markham was horn and xonrcd in this city As a girl she ST CLAIR STREET was a strikingly handsome one and i retained her line appearance almost tinra to the Just City Council If you want n first class Buckeye She was an unusually hriiliant and very mitcii amused a iu aucnea jjtfUW till our sides were stre Jistthnk j hinder or mower or any repairs lor witty conversationalist and w how comlcul his sistr looked in his the Mime call on C G Miushull Friday Juno 10 1899 noted for her Jollity and good cheer clothes at church agent tit Honeysuckle Ky The minutes of the last meet aS2m under any and all the conditions of a Wo nnj m f say tmt Mr Colum checkered career bus Cnism is able to be up again I ing wore road and approved Itr Codys Contlitfon Powders aro The Finance Committee re In early life she was received into guess Mis Hnzie is also glad jii3fc what a horeo needs when in bnd on Miss commended that the assessment the First BaptUt Church of this city Mr Albert Moore called condition Tonic blood purifier and Ivjrmlfugo They aro not food but nd was the oldest member of that Nannie Bryant last Sunday of Miss Ford be changed www U body in consecutive years except Stinsfilne I saw where you were kuwu uuu vuu condition ugu IV Ul 23 Councilman Sulendar reported horse In prlrao Prlco rectlm h mistake that Tube Roo n reduction in the paupor roll Tluvv were Mrs Murearet Graham cents per package mistakes loving and devoted friends through made But remember they did dont from J0 to 13por month TO you haystacks If mike For sale by J W Gayle and life On motion the order directwould suiely have enough hay to LeCompte Gayle Co The faith that she professed in girl buy Mr StlggeiV love ing the Water Committee- to ex Â¬ hood was the guide and governor of Mr Tom Roberts isseen ery often pend 30 for three new pumps 1 her actions and enabled her to main going up Mt Zlon pike Wonder be amended so us to read 40 an unfitlteiing cheerfulness whats so attractive up there tain The reports of Treasurer and through all the cares sorrows joy Mrs Jennie Bryant and daughter orNettie were the guests ol her lather Clork for May approved and and disappointments of life RATES ON ACCOUNT uuy nigiu dered liled When a girl she was unhel in Mr 2ulon jloore mur THE CREAT P 13 Lillis appeared in be BETWEEN Mr Dud Sudduth and family marriage to Col John N Markham Lucy Young Tuesday last half of Standard Oil Co who of Versailles and seven childien Louisville Evansvilte St Louis Mrs Ella Moore and dan Oiler petitioned a reduction of assessbles ed their onion of whom live - Minnie Bryant ment 2200 Mrs Jennie M Chinn Mrs Bessie Evelyn and MrAND ALL POINTS ON SALE Arthur called on Mrs The rejWirt of City Engineer Keyes Mr James J Mr Geo 1 and littles in last Frhiny JUNE 27TH TQ JULY 1ST NORTHWEST A SOUTHWEST WEST Pearl Bt yuii on appirtionments was accepted and Mr Thos L Markham survive Misses Carrie and Motile Sudduth GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO The only lino running three double her and mourn a loving and tender were thegucsli of their Aunt Nannie and ordered liled THEVQUEEN OITY daily trains to Evansville without WITH THE OROWD8 WHO A contract was made with E mother who delighted in their hap Moore last week chango with high back ooaohos and WILL ATTEND THE NATIONAL Ijad and Lass piness Power for step and retaining car Tiio MEETINO OF GERMAN GINGEarlor running two direct lino to St double daily trains Some thiee years since after a wall in front of Board of Trade ERS with high back sent conches and Fourth of July Rates long illne s she was stricken with Hotel to cost 10 Pullman sleepers through without o p a oincinnati w o RiNunsoN paralysis and though measurably chango Tickets on sale at L N On motion the Mayor was di- Â¬ Tulv 2d to 4th the Frankfort office this city For information as recovering her strength she was rected to advertise for curbing Cincinnati Railway will sell tickets route sjeepmg car berths never able to get about as before The L A W meets at Richmond to rates on A V N to all points south of the Ohio river on Muin street The Queen etcIt call address Ilite agent L Ky Juno 18 JO 189 She was tenderly and tnithfully and ea t of the Mississippi river ex R or An ordinance for the exten Â¬ Crescetn Route announces one and B L BRYANT cared or hy her children and was cept points In Florida anu points on sion of water into Bellopoint was one third fare tor the round trip from Edqau Hill TPA the center of attraction to the whole the V S P Ry limited to Ju y read all points in the State Your wheels Traffic Manager tne 7th at one and ono thid f agents for full par family On motion the ordinance was carried free Ask trip About a month ago she became round J It Newton G P A referred to Oitv Attorney and ticulars worse and gradually sank until the La Ordinance Committee to report ery Qrippo is again epidemic Ev- WM CROMWELL end without a murmur or complaint precaution Bhonld bo taken to Some of the results of neglected back Its npecific euro Is One avoid it ever having been heard from her dyspeptic conditions of the stomach Attorney at Law There boinc no further busi- - Minute Cough Cure A J Shoperd heart dis- lips At times she suffered Intensely nra eiincer tl consu motion T I xl Publiuher Agricultural Journal and nuum uyaiivsm but was ever leady with a witticism ease anu epnuiy this by effecting n i ness mo uounoii aujouruuu No Frankfort Kentucky Advertiser Eldon Mo nays prevents all story to pass away the tedium of Cure cure in all cases of dyspepsia or one will bo disappointed in using iuick if vou suffer from tenderness or Estate Curo for the sick room Hemphill and Win Mc- - fullnees on the right side pains under Ono Minute Cougli take quick La Also HealKrunkllu AgepttHo Will pnutlcetn tbi pyler mljolnlng and Pleasant to to Courts otnlso give speitil uttrntion to counties - Grippo tne pur shoulder blade constipation billous- act1 For sale by Tyler Her memory will ever linger in Kee Hurdle Hompnill and will sale of real estate onlkvtlun of retts chase and ness sick lioadacho and feel dull ana W MoKeo Hardio knew and the hearts of tin 83 who claims and tnencuotlatiou of loans heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid Resolutions of Respect lovtd her is a sweet perfume eoniicMed DoWitts Liitle and SI c ban seen prosperity and had Early Riseis will cure you promptly adversity In Whereas It has been the will iileasantlv and permanently hy re- tmte the bitter cut of the tlrst she was not unduly elated of Divine Providence to take movintr the congestion and causing open and flow In the latter she was calm and seieiie from tins Earth to a higher and the bile duets to naturally They beloved Tyler k Hemphill aiu good McKee husband grander sphere the She and her lamented and Win were as jolly a couple as we ever mother of our brother J W Hurdle knew and his death some ten years Marksbury since was the heaviest sorrow of her Therefore Bo it resolved by life Frankfort Lodge No 28 Inde- Liko the fading of the summer penjont Order of Odd Fellows sunset her life went out here but to That in the death of Mrs Special Rates via Southern Railway brighten as the morning light in the MnrksllirVi our irothor and land better comrade has sustained a great Meeting Students ConThe funeral services took place ni1 t iinnnintila Irtaa fltlrl Ullloh ference nud Southern Womens ChrisYounc Vr tian Association Convention Ashe In South Frank- from the residence IjU11 4VW WW III fort on Tuesday morning at oclock N O June 15 17 1899 A kind affectionate and in- - ville the above occasion the South For unrx aurvicua ucin tuuuuuitu iV n- or ern Ry will bell round trip tickets to tor Rev M B Adams after which at one fare for the Asheville N remains were taken to Versailles taken from u dutiful son and round trip on C the 15 and 1G family who mourn for her and good to return June 13 14 3i 1899 for interment beside her husband until Juno feel deeply this dispensation of These rates aro open to the public and children in the family lot thereby enabling them to visit Ashe A Summer in the North The sympathy of n host of friends Providence A Popular Wedding Trip The A truo and devoted friotidsho yille and rates Land of the Sky at is extended the sorrowing one May Tho delightful summer resorts of erv low the peace of God that passeth un- - has loft behind her many neigh For further information apply to Is to take a D C steamer to Wisconsin and Mlchis an nre reunited who any agent Southern Ry North Western derstnndliiL keep their hearts nnu bors and acquaintances Muckinac Island Michigan If you Dv the Chlcatro want a delightful wedding trip where Ry among which are Waukesha can not forget her and with minds through Christ our Lord That Throbbing Headache you are not likely to meet acquaint- Madison Devils L ike Green Like whom her memory will bo over Lake Fox Luke Lake C now Gogebic ances take one of the D Kentucky Home green Would quickly leave you if you steel passetmor steamers to the Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lake A Christituisho ha3only been tued Dr Kings Now Life Pills Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms Mlnnetonka White Bear Duluth Visiting is ull the go Ashland Marquette copy removed to a brighter world Thousands of sulferers have proved and parlors reserved thirty days in of HintsandTourlitH sent Freeappli Misses Nora and Katie Sudduth their matchless merit for Sick and advance Send two cent stamp for cation to to B Knlskorn on W General Address A made a Hying trip to Frankfort last whore she waits for those who Nervous Headaches They make illustrated pamphlet O De Passenger and TlcketAgent aro now sorrowing for her here pure blood apd strong nerves and A Schauta V P A D Thursday W A Cox 435 Vino street Cin- Â¬ Resolved That wo extend our liuild up your health Easy to take troit Mich Mis Belle McCooley and daughter cinnati Ohio aro vis fraternal sympathies to liro Try them Only 25 cents Money Miss Josie from Cincinnati hack If not cured Sold hy J V ithiL friends and relatives in our Marksbury Gayle druggist community Resolved That a copy of those IgtiessMr John Moore is having oo smenui on our If troubled with rheumatism give nn enjoyable time while meeting is resolutions For Infants and Children For tho speedy and permanent curo ol Ho accom- - minutes and published in the Chamberlains Paid Bttlm a trial It on at Choatevlllo going rheum and eczema Cham ono mgni nnu miss iTanktort KOUNDAHOUT not cost you a cent If it does no TuB Kind YOU H3V8 AlWSVS BOUght tettor saltEye will panics JUbssuran berlainB and Skin Ointment Is Wo would very Kate the next good Ono application will relievo SUTTKWIN FllED without an equal It relieves tho itch much like to know which will gain Boars ing and smarting almost instantly and tlio pain It also cures sprains and Eugene Wolf the victory its continued use effects a permanent bruisos in one third the timo required Thos B Foni curo It also cures itch harbors itch IJMlsa Hunt Brawnor lias been is by any oilier treatment Cuts burns icald head eoro nipples itching piles CommitteeUlng Miss Pearl Mooro lor the past chapped hands chronio soro eyes and frostbites quinsy pains in the side two weeks Ahl Babe wont her CURED with Tf Rotable granulated lids and chest glandular and other swellface bo sadly missed when she reltemedles Hare cared mnny tboumnd CMea The Kind You Havo Always Bought ings are quickly cured by upplying turns to Frankfort Bean the Dr Cattys Condition Powders for cauea nopeietw in if m thtrdj or all vrmptomi remoy it Every bottlo warranted Price days at least two and TKR DATS treatment free horsea are the best tonlo blood purifier We saw some of Mr Tom Thumbs Signature ml Tratlmonlali of andvermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby items in his last writing and weio Dg H II GSXZII 1018 Box K AtUnUQa 52 audOO cts 3VI J OOLLIKTS Â¬ I Â¬ -- I I I or Â¬ CINCINNATI Â¬ The HeBderson Ron te Â¬ vis-Ited-- Â¬ Â¬ SAENGERFEST NATIONAL Â¬ Â¬ uetr Â¬ 1 1 I T 1 I - I I JACOB SWIGSRT CO rius fit m I OASTORIA i loasuLrance Agents I 1 r age - -- Ilv w- 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of tne Capital Hotel u Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nAQTnmv Skin Diseases T11 fr 7aLamse Â¬ OASTOHIA a Â¬ trffix DROPSY ktei FHJ H9MHOEB VffiTT iwiiw if BtmmjwmgjiiiJijfirxiJMLiH y And New Line of China Call and See Them Uor the Roundabout Say Bill K FREEZER f9 Gurney Refrigerators Water Coolers Just Opened sometimes unscrupulous ones as the and Miss Jacobs jumped out and und dnughter Mrs McKee of Cincinnati and Miss Annie French of reward of party service thenppoint sprained her ankle Illinois visited Miss Allco Fioach mentof ofllcers who should be se Mr Webber and little Mack Wood thiiiweek lected with the greatest care and wholly regardless rtf parly alllliatlon ml from Woodlake were in Switzer Miss Beulhh Hockensmlth of or pnrty work It is folly to suppose Sunday Shelbyville visited friends and rel that an Institution such as this could Miss Lena Spieer is visiting her atives in and near our village this be properly conducted when neither cousin Miss Jacobs week Its Superintendent nor any of Ills Quite a large crowd attended the Mr Walter Smith anl Mr Leslie physicians nor its three H8Ntnnt Steward nor its Ituceiver Is ap Jones went to tho Natural Bridge icecream supper nt Switzer last Fri Â¬ day night pointed or can he removed My its Sunday Board of Directors and when even Miss Fannio Jones and her brother Miss Katherine Thompson of the Superintendent cannot name or Willie were absent from Sunday Frankfort and Miss Francis Jones remove thiM subordinates It would school Sunday were visitors at the debating society bo next to impossible to successfully Sunday will be our regular meeting Saturday night last conduct a railway company an ex We are so glad to eo all who Mr Jake Harper and family have press compiny a bank a hotel or day even a stole under such manage can come and hear our preacher moved from Frankfort to our little We think him one of the best of village We are glad to see them ment back Frequent elforts have bten made preachers to have this statute so amended as to All who wish to hear from or about Mrs Crocket visited her sister comply with tlio c of other like in Â¬ Cubajust ask Mr J A Spieer Hes Mrs Fannie Ilolton last week stitutions in the State but to no just from tho war and can enlighten Only Me effect and it is on this account that you on the subject the present modo is tnken to direct Company Mr A L Mothershead was in Henry Koehlor attention to so injudicious a method Switzer last Sunday to see his best of selection Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky In lieu of tho desired change in the girlcorrespondence with mill men statute and until a wise and jut Mr Thurston Cohorn of Frank Â¬ invito They buy public opinion shall securo such fort was the guest of Mr STCarter who have lumber for sale in mixed Poplar and Hardwoods chamrea remedy for tho time being nnd family Sunday Wrlto them uaTti Dry or Green effective with regard to tho Eastern 31 6m Kentucky Asylum lies within the Mr C II Duvall was 75 years oldÂ¬ Monday They had a grand recep power of our next Governor If you have piles cure In this asylum are 900 helpless tion 52 being Jpresent Mr Duvall uso undergoing horrible them No operations Is the father ofI5 children wards of the State many of whom that simply remove the results of the Quay and Bkowx Eyes require the most skillful treatment disease without disturbing the dis all of whom should be managed and ease itself Place your confidence in treated witli more than ordinary without it in my home hereafter for DoWitts Witch Hazel alve It has care The sanitary arrangements I should not care to enduro the suf- Â¬ never failed to euro it will alone ot an establish meat such as ferings of last night again for fifty not fdl to cure you others Hemp Tylers this call for unusual ability and tho Win McKee Hurdle tender caro of ft Superintendent for times its price G II Wilson Liv- Â¬ hill and these pecuiiaily helpless patients can eryman Burgettstown Washington Ke titucky Chautauqua Lexingtn much more certainly be ascertained This remedy is for sale by nnd better controlled by the Board of J W Gayle druggist June 27 to July 7 For the above Commissioners who give to this occasion tho Southern By will sell personal attention than work their round trip tickets lrom its stations by the Governor of the State Fear Polsgrove Shelbyville and east thereof to Lexing that the statute referred to may ington on Juno 20 to July 7 at re not be immediately amended and Bain much needed at thh place duced rates tickets good until Julw believing that we have now a Sup9th erintendent meetltur all the require sure Apply to nearest agent S luthern ments which the closest scrutiny of Mr La nny McCann of Flag Fork the Hoard of Commissioners au is with us for a few days practicing By for further information prescribe we earnestly requtst that the piscatorial art A Frightful Blunder tills present Superintendent bo reMrs J T Biner of Pleasureville tained Lydia Tho institution under the Superin Is visiting her mother Mrs she was Will often cause a horrible Burn night tendent referred to Dr E 51 Wiley LeCompte Mondaybut is now some Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens taken suddenly ill is all the circumstances considered Is the best In the world better Mr Biner was down for a Arnica Salvopain and promptly heal Tho most excellently managed will kill the improvement in the sanitary condi- day with her It Cures Old Sres Fever Sores tion effected during his administra Services at Mt Carmel Sunday by Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all tion about two years is In every the Bov J W Shaw Let every Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure on way striking His skill his Intel- j body attend t earth Only 25 cents a box Cure ligence his humanity his cheerful Sold by J W Gayle A Sunday school has been organized guaranteed disposition and his untiring energy j at Mt Carmel and parents should druggist fit film remarkably well for the po send their children and make it a sition he holds and we therefore ask success lnB Kind You Have Always Bougjit Bean th iii this public manner and urge upon next Governor of Kentucky bo a numbor attended Thereworeciulte the foro nny one man bo elected or even the mass convention at Frankfort Some of the boys in Â¬ nominated for the position of our Saturday future executive that he shall make dulged too freely In tho juice of tho no change in this particular otllce pine top In making this request we would A sister of Mrs Louisa Harrod state tho undersigned commissioners died Friday night and was buried on are as equally divided in their party i allei i nice us is possible of the nine Sunday five are Democrats and four are ReA very pretty littlo wedding oc- Â¬ publicans Their concern for tho In Â¬ curred Sunday morning at tho homo terests of the patients of tho Eastern of Mr J H Moore His youngest Kentucky Asylum- overriding any daughter Miss America Moore was possiblo political bias causes them united in the holy bonds of matri to be unanimous In their earnest de mony to Mr Leonard Moore No mind that Dr Wiley be retained as change of name yet thero is nothing Superintendent in a name B P ST0LL Miss Ida Semones of tho Antloch J D Hunt neighborhood is visiting her sister M MoktoN J League International Meeting Mrs B M Ilarrod Mat Walton Indianapolis July 20th -- 23d Mr Ijiga Harrod jr saysho wishes WiLnim B Smith Finest trains In the South Gko W IIeadia he was tunning in Franklin county travel dally via the C F MoMkkkin instead of Henry Milton Young Tlio oldest son of Mrs WW II C MoDowkll Hawkins has the measles Thero are more copies of tiro Switzer Boundaiiout coming to this ollico Route to Cincinnati Only A newsy than lor three years one change to Indianapolis The Missionary Society gavo an paper Subscribe for it Liberal return limits on tickit cream supper last Friday even You need not fear to come to Pols ing Every ono seemed to haven grove to trade Wo have no small ets via the Queen Crescent nlco time although It was rather pox simply measles Nit at one fare for the round trip cool Â¬ Â¬ 3t pears that I heard something drap I mean from that thora Court You ortor heard old Uncle Josh How ho did rear and snortl I heard a tuno out in tlio woods As I rid In this morn And wondored who the player was It sounded bo forlorn And say Of course Bill thought youll keep it mute That maybe it was you know who A playJiig of his fluto i dont you know I BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha an Hills VIA Â¬ Â¬ - To the Next Governor of Kentucky tin Insane would respectfully tuto that tlic corporation which they rep resent unlike the Blind Asylum mid the Deuf mid Dumb Asylum of this State and unlike all similar charl table institutions in every State in the Union with the exception of three Is controlled in tho appointment of Its Superintendent and other important oHicers by the Governor of the State and not by its Board of Comml suiiiers The result jt tins anomalous law is very detrimental to the elllcleney of the Asylum for tho Insane in this State And the fact lias been so clearly shown that the undersigned inke the present method of calling the attention of our future Governor nnd of the public to this emicious statute which places in the hands of political workers and Â¬ the Eastern Kentucky Asylum for Tlio undersigned Commissioners of St Paul Nebraska Black - St Louis or Chicago I VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS CHAIR CARS SEATS FREE Â¬ T M RUQG TrtAV PASSR AQENT3T LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MOR 8T LOUIS MO LWWAKCLCYaENLPA3S nAOTST LOUIS MO Â¬ TO Coia PAL a HRN I A Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Â¬ li NEWORLEANSi connection lth Southern Puclilc thi via Â¬ OKiSEie LOOKS i Poor clothes cannot make you look old Even pale cheeks wont do it Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint- Â¬ ments may be deep but they cannot make you look Tliioiigii Weekly Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Cincinnati aid LouW II e on I 0 II It tast Ni w Orluu lnnt t d tihlu V RY THURSDAY For Los ingfles itiul S111 Frandco wlthtut change Tho Untiled ills cuiiluce lit iew Orleunsdnllywltli Kxnw Tunic torthi rnclfic Coast und on TuednT Mini siniinliiu nltl the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SDS5ET Â¬ old Â¬ One thing does it and never fails It is Impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair B- - OASTOHIA nf thaQmitharn DnMflrt rrlvlno ttialn Mruih wv wwMfciiv IWtlV tlTllip btllUUtU service to San Finnclsco IMitici or- of Atnits ui wn i u it 11 uiiucnnueciiiii lines SO HATCH Dlv lias AKent Cincinnati 0 ISO A SCOTT Dlv Pnsn Auent MeliilU iwm um fIU V A WAKELLONDA HHAHSON 0 Oha Ariilcrgo LotllMlllf What They Say ti Ayers Vigor Â¬ - Â¬ Epworth Is the title of an exceedingly well printed nnd finely Illustrated booklet which has just been and dis tributed bv the Chicago iv North Western By describing their electric lighted 20th century train Tho Norlli Western Limited It U unique In design and composition and affords entertaining reading A copy will be sent to any ad Â¬ dress hy W A Cox 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio iue I Â¬ Â¬ Try tlio Cnpitnl Steam Laun Â¬ dry for u clean shirt or collar Telephone 17 lG tf Charles II Marks whilo acting in tho capacity of nurse at tho Second Division Hospital of the Fifth Army Corps at Santlngo do Cuba ued a few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Bomedy for diarrhoea and found It to work like a charm For sale by J W Gayle druggist Pnoumonlu lagrlppe cough cold croup nnd whooiilng cough readll yield to One Mlinito Cough Cures Uso this remedy In tlino and save a doctors bill or tho undertakers Tyler Hemphill and Win McKeo f it ill mv II M i expected from tho uie of the Vigor wrlto tha doctor about It Probably there li lorue difficulty with your general iTitem which may be eailly rmoyed Addreii DR J 0 iVKlt Lowell tUll permanently postpones the tell tale signs of age Used according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen It thickens the hair also stops it from falling out and cleanses the scalp from dandruff Shall we send you our book on the Hair and its Diseases Thm Bmt Atlvloa Fraa It you do not obtain all the bene flU you QUEENCRESCENT Â¬ Â¬ Switzer Is a very popular llttlo Forks of Elkhorn placo for Its alzo espi chilly for tho fishermen Mrs Mat Cruiu has returned to her Miss Juliette Jacobs happened to home at Beards Station after a last Friday after Â¬ weeks stay with her mother Mrs quite an accident noon She and Mlas Dawson wero Hughes driving nnd Justus thoy attompted Julia Mrs Marthu Fronch of Frankfort to cross tlio bridgo tho horse scared Ask agents for particulars W 0 RINIARtON 0P A CINCINNATI IIPTUM andWhlikoy cured out pln UK o tlcultri sent FREE BM WOOLLEY CO 104 Norta erjot bi home with Book of pnr FaNti Ilnrdle Vd- - KEZSBGE nip r r k rf Nifci - v- 6 I m innrajirmnnnnruiruinnnnnnmtnnnnAnmtnnnnj fuinjnnniiruinjtnnnxinxinnnnnxinnninnnnnnnrinnnnnnnTUifinnnAuinnnnxinriuin Sterling Silver and Cut Glass 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 A mi M M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler i nn ruinnrmnmuxnnnnn rurvruin njiJirirvriruiririnjuinjinji nninnrnnnnnnnnnnjinnnnnnjinnnn I ji i Pfl in tho four gosneN Tho exerclsts proved very interesting and a similar meeting will bo arranged Ascension Episcopal Chough some time in tho near future when Rev R L McOready rector Rev sketches of tho other writers of the Robt Emmet Abraham assistant New Testament will be heard Holy Communion 730 n m Morning prayer and sermon 11 a m At the regulur June meeting of the Afternoon service on Sunday and Board of As- Â¬ Wednesday omitted until further sociation Directors of tho localresig Â¬ held last week the notice Sunday school at 045 a m in the nation of Mr W G Chapman as Recording Secretary was accepted Chapel everyono cor und Mr E W Hines was elected to All seats free and i the fill the vacancy last call on Wash Goods Mr Chapman has dially welcome to all services served very efficiently as Recording The line is selling out rapidly under the Board and Associa Â¬ Baptist Church Rev MBAdams Secretary of the past three yearn und the steady buying of well posted pastor will preach at 11 a m tion during the will still continue to act as a mem DeoDle who realize we are auorinrr 8p m and The Young Peoples Society will ber of tho Directory Tho resinna- the lowest prices on the same qualities in town Such beau- Â¬ meet at 7 p m Leader Miss Una tion of Mr W H Pospv who was tiful cool airy fabrics at from elected a Director in April was also yd to 23c yd deserve at- Â¬ Marshall Subject How to Behave as a uL cejneu tention from all careful buyers We invite inspection and Church Member The reports of tho local work as comparison The largest and most complete line of Black Junior Young Peoples Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in presented at the Directors meeting Crepons silks for waists wash silks satin foulards ribbons showed satisfactory progress In tho the Chapel and trimmings may be found at our store Call and see us Prayer meeting Wednesday night various departments and a steady attendance at the rooms Since at 8 oclock Sunday school in the Chapel at 045 April fifty five membership renewals a m Special classes for young men have been received and ten new Seats free and all are cordially in members added Several reDresent- ative county papers from different vited sections of our State have been Christian Church Rev George secured by donation for the reading Dnrsio the pastor will preach at 11 room n m and 8 p m 311 Young Peoples Society of Chris E H TAYLOR JR tian Endeavor meets at 715 o m in the chapel Leader Mrs J B Polk Tonic Spiritual Growth The Frankfort gentleman who was Prayer meeting Wednesday night born young and is determined to re at 730 in the Chapel main so Christianity and Educa Topic Bravo E H Taylor Jr I knew him tion long ago Sundav school meets at 030 The public will be cordially wel- Vhen first I was a little tot in eigh comed to all these sorvices and es teen fifty fo pecially Grangers in the city i He was a real manly man a very A-Tprince of men i Church The usual ser I was turning six years old and he Catholic vices to morrow conducted by Kev waB fifty then Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass Tnats been a lectio bit the rise of Vespers at 730 p m 10 am forty years ago Wliich makes our E H Jr now nigh on to ninety fo First Presbyterian Church Rev J McOIusky Blayney D D the A boon companion sure was he no pastor will preach at 11 a w and one was ever boonlor 8p m Of And tbnt is how ho still maintains Sunday school at 045 a m the pleasant junior Endeavor Society1 meets Christian ac 645 p m in Sunday school room Somo years ago his boy was born Ho spe- Â¬ Prayer meeting Wednesday even For Rent Cheap named him for his pappy ing at 8 Â¬ apAll Frankfort twas in 42 got on a The Miss Mag Exum property or Rev T F great big happy Methodist Church will preach at Murray street Apply to L F pastor Taliaferro the When that boy grew to 26 ho writ 85 tf Johnson 11 a m and 8 p m himself down junior Â¬ meets at 030 a m Sunday school Prayer meeting Wednesday even Tho old man he got loonoy mad no For Sale or Rent mad was over loonior ing at 8 domes- Â¬ Epworth League in Sunday school Ungrateful wretch said ho Ill you Digests room at 645 p m A liouso of six rooms in n good boo Judge Major and subpoena Olllcial Board meetsTuosday evenIt artificially digests tho food and aids neighborhood Apply to N F yer ing Nature in strengthening and recon It chardson 43 tf The public cordially invited to at-Â¬ For this attempt to forgo my name structing tho exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest tend and make mo out a sonior ant and tonic No other preparation Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Ive worn tho honor for fifty years enn nnnroach it in efficiency It in Southern PbebbyteiuanCiuihchwill you p Id most said pup Dlocsts what you cat stantly relieves and permanently cures C Rov Win Crowe jr tho pastor Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn It fits mo like a niggers shirt d d If preaoh at 11 a m Flatulence Bour Stomach Nausea Ill give it up At 7 pm service will bo held in SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand No 41 St Clair at tho yard at Judge Hobaons corner all other results of Imperfect digestion Shelby and Campbell if it does not Ive puzzled long enough to loam Bridge Prepared by E C DcWItt A Co Chicago rain have worrit oft by brain Sunday school at 930 a m ovor was a senior or will over Young PooplosSooiotv of Christian If thore be again First Class Steamboat Service Enrlnjivor moots at 645 B m To all these meetings tho public is It seoms to mo that E II T holds to oordlally invited Between Detroit and Cleveland ami that honor hard Toledo Dotrolt and Mackinac I te A WArTtRTHIT9qfB And to tho proud ontitloment will AM C iloatlmr slcel palace steamers are Y si o a notjb not admit apard running daily between Detroit now Mr Jo C Norwood who has just If you want any old man sir ho and Cleveland Two trip per week returned from Centre College will told his weeping son between Toledo Detroit and Muck speak at the Mens Rally Sunday at In this yere Taylor family you have Regular Hcrvlco will lime Island 3ill p in Short Informal meeting commence June 17th Spend your to bo tho one good music All young men and vacation on tho Great Lakes Mend Invited to attend pamphlet 2 cents for Illustrated Ah E II Jr you nro right to hold IM y WEAR TWICELr Address A A Nchanlz G I A I meeting lust Sunday was some The it fast forsooth V C Line Dotrolt Mich what novel in character Insead of To hold to the entitlements of your the urfiial address brief and Interest immortal youth ing sketches of the four Gospel For RentStore Room Not affected by Heat or Cold authors wore given by Messrs Robt Dont yiold tho badge to any one and Wall Paper Highest Awards at Centennial then I bet full soon yor JW Crowe Sam Whitehead Paris and Worlds Fair Tho large stoo room in Masonic Cnrevund J W Grnlmm tho latter Can make of it a wandoring Jew an ono of tho best In the city Mured pRAZER lubricator Co illlOOO bolts of wall paper at low Temple Instructive summary In giving nn everlasting Junior prices Remington mid Crawford is ottered for rent Apply to dipt Factories Chclago St Louli New York which ho compared tho vision in tho SWEETEST SUSAN bicycles Ti O Milam or Uon T Farmer M A ColiMNS first chapter of Ezekiols prophecy My 4 tt ai tf mid tho first chapters respectively of Loulsvillo Post Juno 20 RELIGIOUS I Hot Weather Goods At Popular Prices KIM Â¬ mrii In i This J m 4c m KWf 13 KN Â¬ JuUUl HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium Broadway 3 Â¬ in Â¬ Â¬ GROCERIES AID LIQUORS Embroideries -w- Laces and i LOWEST PRICES lite Hoods All Kinds at IN DBISdLS eat ff S Â¬ Also some cial values in ron Â¬ bleached and un ginghams bleached Dyspepsia what Kodol Cure Â¬ v tics calicoes etc Give tts a call Kagin Bro Â¬ Â¬ i 1 J JK I Frazer Axle Grease m m m ytl Â¬ Â¬ w P mn wmmamss i JUNE CLEARANCE SALE EYRRATHING DOWN HARKED If HI MA 6 button Swede reduced from 200 MosqiKtaire gloves at 75c 1 lot Wash Chamois 2 clasp gloves at 58c reduced from 85c From 4c yd up 15c Dimities now 10c 20c Dimities now 270 Dimities now 20c 45c Organdies ITrenoll now 30c t Kid Gloves lot price 75 pieces just received India We place them on sale at 5 6 8 10 i 2j4 and 15c per yard best values ever offered for this liinns Xiwns I2c Grgadi 35c Organdies now 25c We offer 1200 prices You can yards at exceptionally not get along without a White Pique Skirt Wool Drass GoodS vAll of our colored wool dress goods at cost All Trimmed Bonnets and Hats at half former prices Â¬ Piques and Duoka low 38c for sailors worth 50c 65c for sailors worth 100 100 for sailors worth 175 ILaOQS and Insertions 200 pieces on sale at 20c doz yds and up Sailors Val 1 Sbii t Waists 100 colored waists 100 illinery Parasols parasol 50 colored waists 100 for an all silk white Big cut in fancy parasols m m a JOHNSON sxx DEATHS MATRIMONIAL HOGE I 1 - Country Fire m tm Mehiuman Bacon In the Capital A tenant house on Fleetwood Farm GiiECNur At the homo of her father Mr Lute Pevelerin this city Hotel parlors onWednesdayDrGeo was destroyed by fire on Wednesday on Wednesday Mrs Efflo Peveler Merriman of Scran ton Pn and night It caught about 0 oclock Greenup Miss Sup Hodman Bacon were mar- Â¬ and the loss was a totul one Tho Oreenup wife of Mr ried by Rev Dr J McClusky Blay furniture in the house was nearly all after long Illness 11 xie ssawmsmmssmmssm The Most For Since then she had lived In Georgetown Seeing that her illness was stubborn she was brought back to her fathers a few days ago but without any benefit She was a devoted member of the Baptist Church The funeral took place yesterday morning and the remains were placedin ourcometery Many friends sympathize with the bereft Paiikeb In Louisville on Tues day Mrs Kittle Parker widow of le late F Marion Parker Esq the noted distiller She was the mother of Mr WillO Parker of NushvilleTenn formerly an employe of the Yeoman office in this city The remains were brought hero on Wednesday and the funeral took place on Thursday tho remains being deposited in our cemetery Mrs Greenup was horn and reared ney Miss In this eity and resided here until her marrlaire t saved but in u damaged condition the house was about r00 popular young lady a granddaughter It was occupied by Mr Milton Tracy of the late Dr Hugh Rodman a very worthy gentleman with Dr Merriman was a surgeon In the whom thftsympathy of the commu volunteers in the Spanish war and nity goes said to be n fine physician Thero were u large number of German Benevolent Picnic friends and relatives present to witness the ceremony The German Benevolent Smiety The young people after a delicious had their annual picnic nt Thorn dinner left for the east on a bridal Hill Park on Thursday last There trip was a good attendance and lots of fun Oldiiam Pattie At tho home of for nil Miss Lucy Pattle near Farmdale on Adjourned Until September Wednesday Mr Wm Oldham of Richmond and Miss Mary Pattle The Court of Appeals adjourned were married by Rev Josper K on Saturday until the September Smith Our heartiest congratulations are term They have disposed of the largest number of coses that ever extended to this young couple were passed upon by that court in Buried Alive tho same length of time Bacon is a handsome and Tho loss on Â¬ Â¬ Your Money fies us in this claim That is always our endeavor to give the public better values for the same price than can be had elsewhere Our line of Oxfords this spring fully justi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mft s leather throughout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip One of the best bargains in our store Our brag line of low cut shoes Any toe from corn to the fash ionable bull dog all kid or vesting tops kid or patent leather tips tan or black All have genuine turn soles The famous Queen Quality Ox fords in tan and patent leather vesting tops and the newest styles The be it shoes made for the price ioras inese need no intro duction as they are the finest ladies Oxfords mariP AII the up to date styles and toes either patent leather or kid tips 100 150 For this price we can sell you an 1 uxiora maae o soir nne kid so na A Joyce In this city at the home of her brother Mr Thos A Joyce on Tuesday night Miss Minnie Joyce aged about 33 years of consumption Mibs Joyce was a devoted mem ber of the Christian Church and had been many years The funeral took place from the residence on Thurs day morning services being con ductfdliy Rev Geo Darsie her pastor after which the remains were laid 10 reit in our cemetery She had many warmly attached frlt ndsuho Join with her brother unci sister in sorrowing over her un timely end Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rice of the Heart Laugh King Co will be hypnotized this afternoon at Cove Spring Park and burled in the ground there to remain for 48 hours Let every body go out to see this wonderful feat performed Thero will be no admission charged to any one who goes out on the street cars The Hart Co will remain at the park for a week exhibiting every Mr Cut sale of millinery for the next thirty days I will offer my entire stocK of trimmed hats at half price You should take advantage of this great bargain 43 2t Mrs Sally Thomas Repairs Finished OC PsMsWsfp 3 00 K- 212 Laird Schober Cos fine Ox- - night Â¬ The repairs pn the Benson Bridge on the West Side preparatory to put ting down the water pipe are com- Â¬ pleted and traffic Is ayuin pisslng New Gas Machine Our Ladies Sailors at 100 are j I I Hakes Weak Women Strong And Sick Women Well It is made from a formula of Dr R V Fierce the celebrated specialist in dlsernea of women at Buffalo N Y It is a strictly temperance medicine containing neither alcohol opium or other narcotic poison Its protracted use does not create a craving for Intoxicating stimulants or deadly narcotics It cures irregularities displace ment drains ulcerations inflammation headache backache and nervousness It prepares the way for almost painless ma ternity and insures robustness to the new born It cures women at home and docs away with obnoxious questioning and local examinations Some medicine dealers offer substitutes when you ask for Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription They imitate this medicine in appearance as nearly as the law will allow but they cannot imitate its record of thirty years of cures Â¬ Â¬ At last I took three bottles of Dr Pierces Ia vorlte Prescription and five of Golden Medical Discovery and it is imtouiN la describe in tvordt the good these medicines did me Neither the Discovery nor the Fa vorite Prescription contains any alcohol Â¬ Mrs Mattle Venghaus of Tioga Hancock Co III writes I hail been tick for seven years not in bed but Just dragging myself around opium or other narcotic The agents of the Daylight Au tomatic Acetylene Gas Generator nave put in one 01 ineir mucin nes for exhibition nt tho drug store of Mr Win McKee Hardle St Clair street where they invite those inter- osted to call and see its workings It can be attached to the regular city gas pipes in stores or dwellings No chimneys or globes necessary to se- cure best results The principal points in which it is claimed that this machine excels all others are Absolute safety less dangerous than flee rlclty city gas natural gas gasolfne or coal oil Are Insurance boards report no losses attributable to Acetylene light and permit its use without increase of rates intenso brilliancy exceeding incandescent electric lights four times and coal gas twelve times freedom from heat smoke and odor steadiness of ilame economy less expensive than electricity city gas or oil lams sim plicity of tho Daylight machlno makes it easy to understand and operate It has replaced other Acot yiene machines but has never been replaced by a competitor second orders from customers attest their endorsement of the Daylight There are flvo of these machines now in ubo at tho small town of La- grange and they have been used for a year with Increasing satisfaction and are being rapidly introduced throughout the Stato Otfj friend W P McKoo Esq or LuGrange Ky la the agent for these machines to whom thoso wishing In They nre formation are referred manufactured nt No 120 Second street Loulsjllle An Inspection of tho machine at Ilnrdlos drug store Is respectfully re quested Â¬ J DRKK 50000 CURED j A 1 Leaders R OQeGlutfe St Clair Street Frankfort Ky The Leading Specialists of America 2QJEARS IN OHIO Son WCCURE EMISSIONS pjltlitnr tnn ln mam llt young or middlo aged men than t o proa- A A 4l uiiO A lliAAn ut Luunn iuuiiiiv mini ftl- fillnn produce weakness nervousness a feeling of disgust and a whole train of symptom jluvj uuui uiBii mi- uuiweM married No matter luo and social happiness Kuwiuvt vwwoww uy vta uuuiia in youiu excesses oar uuiuiDiueuKucBtiur sexual 111 Va htnilsi l rljt til upvuwu iiBuuuuub win positively euro you Just What You Want National Sacngcrfest NO CURE NO PAY later excetses way have neakenod you Exposure may havo diseased you You are not safo till cured Our New Method will euro you You run no risk ana 250000 lniinir hnnnl UTimViM nervous Nft mflll limv CURED -- i irritable and ex il hlotohes and pimples cuuvu Y lea race stooping form and downcast countenanco reveal wa migut or your existence and despondent WE CURE VARICOCELE leoruow lontrj ou may havo wi junruuu Titllii euro wormy At 1W MB A had It our Mill Â¬ It Tho olns return to their normal condition and hence the texual organs recelvo proper nourish ment 1 ho organs becomo vitalised all ceaso and uuwuurui u ruins or manly powers roturn losres temporary No benefit nut a permanent euro assured TION flllST CURES GUARANTEED Jrcatlnl ur0 SYPHILIS OLEET IIMIBHIONB IMlOXKNOY r THWii NKlUSSAKY NO DETKN BTMOTUllK VAUICOOKLE SEMl NAIi LOSBE3 Jl LADDE K AND KID NEY dseases 0ON8ULTATION HOOKS WItHR FUEE nilltmS u xiniivn irn i nM iy t aii vriiu iiuinu w TUEAENT i lirntn Tuno IH i Routo puts into service for the far west a now fast dally afternoon train roin St Louis for Denver leaving tLoiihnt 203 P m arriving at 020 p m One night enrouto Di reel via St Joseph Pintch lighted wiuipinent vestlbuled sleepora and till Mlir llnilnnj r i uj vuiiir cars seats i freo xraveiers nrriving in St Louis in tllO inornlnK linvn anunml i 8lop over privilego This is tho mitldle way the scenic Miliar Jiounilubout way to tho Pacific Coast You aro authorized to nnnounco lor details nsk your ticket agent or mo as a candidate for Jailer to fill IVAIvKIjEY tho unexpired term of J W Alloy Gonl Passr Agt subject to any regular deceased StLoi9M action of the Democratic party WMSiiaw W T Sacra Jl 2m Div Passr Agt 10 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ I stomach troubles Tho Red Circle Pill has not been advertised In Frankfort Our sales however have been phenominal and in every Instance tho remedy has Riven satisfac Â¬ tion If youare8iiirerinir from dys pepsia indigestion constipation bil iousness jaundice palpitation ver tipo or with an old fashioned head ache If n female from painful or in- u indent or excessive menstruation or from any trouble arising from a lis arranged or torpid llvor the Red Clrclo Pill Is warranted to rellovo you or wo nre directed to refund you your money Try n box at 25 cents Once In your family you will never V McKeo liar- io without them 35 tf die J W Gayle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On account For tho past six months we have the Frankfort of tho above occasion Cincinnati Railway selling The Red Circle Pill a been preparation originated by an old ami Company will sell tickets tp Cinciii successful Kentucky physician and nat and return Juno27th to July 1st nilted to July 5th at ono fare for used by him for sixty years in the treatment of nil liver kidney and the round trip J R Newton Gen Pass Apt The NebraskaCoIorado Express New Train a in Kennedys 122 W rx2s K erg an O Farm For Sale I Howvui Klmott FOURTH ST Â¬ CINCINNATI yurincontuliitiigluuaut I M onelmiiilred unci twenty acres In it good ntnta ot cultivation In tood ret ilr and iIwiMIInu ami out ImlUlliu well witendoii Statu rilkttoru opiioslte Sled Call tit uremics for Inform ttlin nmuvllle WM CllUKClI JuniUOllti General JMnnagor St Louis Mo Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dlnests what you eat LMi Slotra lepanineQt Fining ment fn Depii- - Sle lepiHi af feiiiii tt v Mens all wool suits 500 Mens all wool fancy cheviot suits 600 to 10 00 Mens all wool black and blue serge to Sims jjouu uj A AT- Just received a large lot of nni cillr MaHfic chirlc cnlr vw pijuu men h koo double breasted silk faced all bosoms looks like a one will only co rt you 50c wool blue serge 1000 to The bpRt for Qo t8o good judgment skilled labor Boys short pants suits 150 and spot cash can produce coys long pants to Spboo suits 350 to 1200 w J The season is now on for straw hats We have them at all pricrs and in all the newest styles 50c to 300 Linen hats and caps 25c to oc if 4M a mII j U AS 9 IBP 1 IMh Knox Hats Stetson Hnts 5 500 4 and n If you are going to take a trip this summer and need a Trunk Mag or IVIcipc or Drrss Suit Case you will find us the best pn pnrrd house itr Ontral Kentucky to take gocd care of you in this line- - JiLm M A yin Mens low cut patent er leath- Â¬ Trunks 3 to 7 Bags 3 to 10 Telescopes 50 to 125 Dress suit cases 2 to 8 500 Our general line of mens Mens low cut tan 500 and boys felt hats comprising Mens black vici touthern all the newest shapes and ties 15500 colors is the largest and most Mens black vici Southern complete we have ever carried ties Mens low cut tan 300 Ladies Ladies Boys shirt waists 20c to solid 1 300 Prices to suit all black kid Oxfords 100 TO Mens 4 hose good ones 3 pair for 25c Black Cat brand 3 pair for 50c It may be you do not know it but we do keep the largest and best line of gents jewelry in the city kid lace bhoes solid 125 Childrens cloth lace shoes black and tan 100 sizes 8 to 1 Exclusive agents Jenness Miller shoes and Oxfords 1 - 0O Erankfort Kentucky DURING THE MONTHS OP JUNE D C CRUTCHER Like ghosts of boded ills night owl hooted In a grove A kingfisher flew by An eagle from the rocks above Looked down with steady eye A JUJiY AND AUGUST OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED AT 7 OOLOUK CO EXCEPT ON Huntington West Va SATURDAYS For the Roundaboutl The Legend of Devils Hollow Hast heard the legend that Is told Of that old pioneer Who sleeps beneath the tufted mould Above our city here Whose spirit yet its visile keep Throughout the onely nights And guards us In a peaceful sleep From haunt of Red mens Bprites Twas when these hils and vales were Unknown to White mans tread Before the Braves and Pale face met To stain our soil red Twas when the panther prowled at yet night And from the river drank When doe and buck without afright Nipped sprouts on Elkhorns bank About the caves the bear cubs played And wrestled In their gleo And bquirrol and wildcat undis- Â¬ mayed Dwelt in the same oak tree The turkoys gobble yet was heard Repeated through the day And pheasants drum nt morning The fox with thoughts of prey Twas when the bass leaped in tl o streams And kuew not sein or net And old Bob White no troubled dreams Had of the trapper yet The mockingbird built in the thorn Socuro fiom prying eye And lark and catbird woko the mom Beneath u peacoful sky stirred Younj Boone had kept the trail for days And wandered many miles Through tangled dark unbeaten t ways Froo from tho Red mans wiles His cabin homo was far behind And yet with spirits light Ho cast about him now to Mud A camp ground for tho night At mouth of Dovila Hollow now ifo paused beneath tho trees And took Ills coon skin from his brow To catch tho ovoiiing breeze Jufat whore tho little brldgo now spans Tho hollow and the stream Ho stood and thought upon his plans And fondly ohorished dream Tho hush of twilight brooded oer Tho valloy and tho hills And shadows crept along the shoro His rifle leaned against a tree Young Danl bowed his head And gave himself to reverie Nor heard tho stealthy tread Of one who softly crouohingjow Orept from a thicket nigh And rising swiftly bent a bow And let an arr w fly Tno aim was true but fate not yet iftl Ordained tho hunters death A gently swaying bouch had met The arrow in its path IN KENTUCKY And now an inch above his head Schedule In fleet June 11 X801 Id struck the tree and stood No a No No 6 EASTIIOITND 7 J0am 4upm 74tym Lv LoulKVlllo Arrested from its mission dread supra 007pm Shelby villo UObtiml Ar Deep quivering in the wood Ar LarenecbB Inoam aaspm lr0im 1010am 047pm 100ipm Ar Versailles Ho seized his gun and quickly sought Ar Lexington HURam 71pm 10SSpm No 4 No a No wkstuound Tho cover of the tree Lexington 730am 425pm Slftara But as ho turned his quick oyo caught Lv Versailles Ar 75am iB2pm ri7um 820am MRnm BKiiim Ar Larencebif The archer on his kneo 912am 60Spm 332am Ar Shelbyvlllo Mum 1040im Taapm And peering from a hazel bush Ar LouUvlllo WKSTllOUND KASTllOUNI Noi twenty stops awuy No 13 NoU RTATIOKS NoJS No 14 His riilu woke iho quiet lniBh 4uopm 7 loam Lv Loutavil Ar 735pm 104Oitm 030pm loooam Lv LarnclwAr 510pm MOjm Of soltly closing day 7 15pm 1043am ArllarodNbgLv 425pm 720iim The figure roe with arms up thrown 730pm MamlAr liuruln Lv 415pm 710am WESTBOUND EASTIiOlWD Then reeled and ulterod shrill NO 15 tNo 67 No IOltNorA STATIONS A long drawn cry ol helpless moan 400pm 740am Lv Loulhvll Ar 1040am 73 pm Tnon fell and all was Mil 533pm fiOOam rv Shelbvll Ar 012am 605pm afiOpm 1025am Verhllct Ar Sivo once a low and mullled sound 710pm llioam Lv Midway Lv 750im 415pm 730am S SSpm Ar 74jpm l2C6pml lAr ueorifin iv 700am aoopm When Danl rammed his gun WKKTHOUNU KARallOUNU Butnow ho crouched upon the ground STATIONS tNo 0 tNo 2 tNo tNo 5 tills was quickly done loc 740am 40opm Lv LouNvll Ar lo40am 735pm Vcrhlles Ho movod a pace with cautious feet 1022am aMpin Lv Nlchlvlll Ar 750am 45pm Ar VKniu S55pm 1102am 7S5pm Ar 1158pm tt2opm Ar IJlcnmnu Lv 6ream 3Wipm jiut nothing saw or head 41pm 105pm Ar Irvine Lv But when about to mako retreat No No 3 STATIONS Tjo prostrato figure stirred 740iun 745pm Lv Louisville 104am 1035pm And groaning low half raised Its Ar Lexington 70pmi 7 limn Ar Knoxvlllo head uum 110pm Ar AnlKVll Ar Savannah Bum lie puubed with droad and fright Ar Jacksonvlllo OClciin For lol he saw it was a maid Ohnttanooju 610pm 025am Ar iu4jam 1150am Ar Atlanta Ami tuut Lor broast was wlillo llonm 2 25pm Ar Macon fiinam IMOim Ar Jacksonville A bound and ho was at her sido 030pm 045am Lv Chattnnooini lOUipro 1130am Ar Illrmlntrlmni ind bending oer her low 23onm l50pm Ar Meridian With trembling hands that vainly Ar New Orleans 825am tried TrattiK Nos 12 5 and 6 between Lonlsvlllo nnd Lcxingtoii carry treo Observation Chair To stop tho crimson flow Cars But ah too late she saw liln not No I connects at Lexington dally with Ana soon with tondorcare through siconlnc enrs to CliattanocKU Illrm Inghnm and Now OrleanH and through hlecpor Ho digged a gravo upon tho spot Irom Chattanoogu to Atlanta Macon and Jack sonville ma uMtUttU up u prayor Trains Nos 3 nnd throueh sleeping enw bo- The summer moon lights silver wave tween LouUvlllo and lllrmlnghum vonncctlns nt Lexington with through lullman sleepers Oropt slowly up the valo via Harrlman botweou KnoxvIU Ahhovllle And found him soated by tho gravo Columbia Savannah and Jacksonville Tho only lino with threo dally trains be Witi face up turned and pale tween Loulsvlllo Shelbyvlllo and Lexington Tnrough all that night ho ltopt his tDully except Sunday Other trains dally A WllKDON PTA STSWIFT placo Lexington Ky LouUvlllo Ky O A llAIUU T 1 A Loulsvlllo Ky Noar seated on a stono lSOANNON3d VIQM J M CuiPT M Wushlngton D O Washington DO Until upon his tear stained face WATDUKQlA WMHTAYIKAaPA The morning sunlight shone O Loulsvlllo Ky Washington D And this is why it hath the name Of Devils Hollow now For evil spirits wrought this shame Upon the hunters brow And this is why theres naught of good Between these wooded hills And why at noon day shadows brood Like ghosts of boded ills H II F The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF The Encyclopedia Britannica The Pilot knows just how to steer a 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