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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rpwaywrrwi T liftliH PMPIIipHNIMIIBroTC r9TrmwFrwwim WJ HjHQJfW TWfWQtfF fv Vi Tee Frankfort Mndaboijt GEO A LEWIS Publisher i VOL A WEEKLY PAPEIU DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 44 XXII Deweys Friendliness FHANKEORT KY FIRST CAHP MEETINQ IN AMERICA SATURDAY JULY 1 189 SN W A K t I n l The effect of tho McGeo brothers naturalness and affable manner al most approaching fumlllarlty In- preaching especially of John McGpe variably misled ono al a first meet at a Presbyterian quarterly meet ing Go aboard tho flagship ascend i ig on tho banks of Red River In the am i way step upon tho deck as white almost uh the duck uniforms or Kentucky was so startling and the officers nnd fiend your card to Roomed so clearly to Indicate that it You half fear this was the result of Dlvlno agency or tho admiral famous Idol of 71000000 people will some mysterious force possessed by not see you You take a seat aft and wait a few minutes Mr Brumby tho preacher that the news of tho tho admiralrt flag lieutenant mid occurrence spread rapidly In all di- Â¬ The rections throughout that part of tho denly Interrupts your reverie admiral will see you he hays and State and attracted unbounded inter- Â¬ you rise and follow him down to tho The est writes Clifford Howard In tho almlrnls spacious quarters If It Uoor opens and a beautiful Chinese July Ladles Homo Journal chow dog bounds through beforo did not at once awaken a responsive you and Jumps upon tho admirals religious feeling it at least excited legs for the hero has ariicn and is advancing to meet you I am very curiosity and when it was learned When that the McGee brothers were to hold happy so see you he says diu you come to Manila and what Is a meollngat Russellville Kentucky tho news from America Trfkoths a newly settled town in Logan And tho admiral hav ng chair shaken hands gots you a chair aiiu county near the Muddy river per after you are comfortable takes one sons from all parts of tho adjoining himself and continue almost before country Irrespective of their relig you have had a chanco to answer pre Â¬ him What do you think of my ious beliefs or church allegiance It soon became eharvte there pared to attend dog Bob uet down Isnt ho a beauty though He was evident that the four walls of u counsent me Irom Cmnn Bub behave try meeting house would not suffice for the great bouncing pet Is try- to hold thelargenumhers that were ing to lick his hand Of course you fceMit once at homo making ready to go to Ressellvllle and quite at your best You launch Tho problem thus presented was into all the news at tho end of your solved by determining to hold tho tongue and go away alter hall an meeting in tho open air Those hours chat to find yoursell surprised coining from a distance were pre at bow Intimately jou know him His mind once made up his judg pared to camp It would bo np hard ment never falters I know of moio ship to them to remain out oftdoors than one man who has mistaken The recent experience at Red river Admiral Deweys affability for weak-nei-- s only to reret it bitterly A h id proved this It was not expected well known instaneo in Manila was by those who were coming that the that of a prominent newspaper cor- Â¬ lodging accommodations at tho vil Â¬ respondent who was permitted tho lage of Russellvillo would be suffi- Â¬ lreulom ol the flagship One day this correspondent who was fre- cient by any means Why therequently chatting informally with the fore attempt to houso tho people uumiial sauntered Into Dewoys Prepare a camping ground and let quarters and interrupting him in the meeting bo a camp meeting his work blurted out Well admiral what are your This then was the origin of camp- meeting- and tho first one held in plans regarding future action here Plans Plans tho admiral re-Â¬ America was on the banks of the How dare you plied in surprise sellville Kenask the plans ol action lor publica- Muddy river near Rn tion Get oil this ship and dont tucky In the month of August 17iil one hundred years ago Not that you let me see you here again until you know more religious worship had never before Tho correspondent realized his been held in tho open air but tho mistake but too late He got off and has since been allowed to icsign special feature of camping out and frourtho paper ho represented Ad the nature of the service made tho miral Dowey is oncoi the best spec camp meeting a distinctive institu- Â¬ imens of Americanism our country tion and characterized this partic lias produced Ho Is fearless to n point little hort of recklessn- e- uar gathering on Muddy river as tho Not once but every week ho visits liistof Its kind tho firing lines and he takes chances Literary Notes that make every one present fear for hisMitetv Ills character shows that simplicity and approichitbility arc attributes of true worth lie is The July Lipplncotts with which not nver o to fondling his pet dog number tho old magazine begins a nor lt he to be found wanting when now career will contain besides the the harsh measuiesof waiateneeded lovely Japanese romance The Fox WIm ii one day I showed him a number of photographs of the dead Woman by John Luther Long the only short story In existence by the insurgents he exclaimed Poor follow t Too bad too bad author of David Ilarum entitled Isnt it a pity we have to do it Dont The Teller in which tho pathetic Then ho added cntreatingly home they are too hor- Â¬ incident tho all mastering tragedy send them of everyday life Is treated with a rible Die admiral is quite proud of his power never surpassed and seldom galkry ol lit antics as he calls tho even equaled iu contemporary liter-Â¬ arrav of phofogiaphs that decorato This ature his cabins on tho Olympia Also valuable and timely papers one he said writes me she Is a cousin of mine Isnt she prettj I are contributed by tho following well am sorry she Is so distant I wrote known writers Anno Holllngsworth thanking her and told her I was Whai tons first of two articles on proud to acknowledge tho iclatiou The Salon in Old Philadelphia ship Wouldnt you be The admirals cabin is stored with Sara Y Stevenson on What aro remembrances from admirers and Women Striving For Henry Wilto me It seemed greatly to his credit on Tho Buildlng of a that he with griitltlul bv the gifts ton Thomas I nm afraid Trust Charles S Clark on A Practhat were sent him The New thouuh If I kept them all aboard I tical Submarine vessel should have to enlarge tho 01ym- - Argonaut Georgu J Vamey on phi lie said And so ho would Self Propelkd Street Vehicles Tor Ihero are books by the hundred Small vai es cup album statuettes tablo and Kruest ingemoll on while Charles M Skinner service enibioideiles paintings and Deer knicknaeks galore to my nothing of contributes a significant Spanish tho hundreds of buttons and pictures logond called Tho Cited of himself adorning everything irom Manila Cor n n dal to it iMcr tiny Commander Todd Relieved Leslios Weekly Â¬ nttd frequently with Admiral Dewey have begun to realize tho true great ness of the nian His simplicity Â¬ Men In Manila who havo nssnei Â¬ It Was Held at Russellville Kentucky a Century Ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ United Stntes and Brazil relativo lo tho cruiso of the Wilmington up tl o Aninzon but rather to tho fact that his tour of duty at sea has expired Tho Brazilian Government assens that Commander Todd was at fauli in not waiting for permission before steaming up the great river but thei naval officer asserts that he waited at Para several days for tho necessary permission and started on tho voy age after he received verbal assur-Â¬ ances from Brazilian officials at that point that tho GovernmenUenter tained no objection to his action Commander Todds relief will per Â¬ haps be accepted by Brazil as a gra cious act of courtesy on tho part of this government but It must bo stated positively that it is no reflet1- tion ripn that officer This Govern- Â¬ ment has in its correspondence with Brazil regarding tho Insults offered the Wilmington by the Brazilian authorities nt Mamios uniformly supported the conduct of Commander Todd and it Is not doubted that tho Rio Government will see Its way soon to effectively punish the Bra Â¬ zilians guilty of tho gross dlscouitesy offered to Commander Todd Â¬ j ISiails flails Hails All sizes cheaper than anybody We have a big stock of Ice Cream Freezers ranging in size from 1 pint for the sick room to 1 gallon for family reunion dinners WALL PAPER Elegant samples 1809 patterns FISHING TACKLE Just open ed our new stock Fish hooks from 3 8 inch to 5 inches long Â¬ STAGG 8t BAGGIE MASONIC TEMPLE ANN STREET Â¬ The Oldest Woman I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inhabited southern California was tho Tanche Their name meant among tho warriors of tho hills the cat and may have been given them because of their tendency to live nino lives Tradition says they were tall and straight and powerful that their namo was respected wher-Â¬ ever Indians were To day the remnant of the thousands they once could raise area miserable five who squat tolerated but not invited upon the laud their forefathers had owned Yet thtse five would possess a distinction If their cause wero only known for tho oldest is the obtest In the woild and tho youngest is almo t a marvel of longevity The grand Â¬ mother is now 145 years of age her oldest child is 120 and her grand child the youngest of the quintet is 8 Their united ages aro consider Â¬ ably over G00 u recoid equaled by no ono family on record The old grandmother whom courtesy denom Â¬ inates living is sleeping out her second century She wakens only to take nourishment Her hair is as white as carded wool and her nesh has wasted away Irom inactivity until nothing but the skin and bone remain They have to lead her when she walks her appearance lemindlng the stianger ot tho sor Â¬ ceress She after she came out of Â¬ Ono of tho oldest tribes that once For a SUMMER CRUISE take the COAST LINE r MACKINAC TJEW STEEL PASSENGER STEAMERS COMFORT SPEED and SAFETY The areatest Perfection et attained In Boat Construction Luxurious Equipment Artistic Furnishing Decoration and Efllclent Service To Detroit Hlackinac Georgian Bag Petoskey Cftlcago No other Xlne offers a panorama Four Trips per Week Between of 460 miles of equal variety and Interest Dav and Night Service Between Toledo Detroit and Mackinac PETOSKEY MARQUETTE THE SOO AND DULUTH DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Fare Each Direction Berths 75c Stateroom 175 Connections are made at Cleveland with Sarllest Trains for all points Ba South nnd Southwest and at Detroit tor all points North and Northwest 1 150 IromToIedotioJs and Return Including Meals and Derthf ApproxImateCostlromClevelandSiQgo from Detroit Jij 75 LOW RATES to Picturesque Mackinac Sunday Trips June July Every Day and Night Between Put-in-Ii- ay AuaSep0ct Only KSiiiH AMERICAN Cleveland and Toledo dm and Cleveland Naviiioo company the fatal fire LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET FUHNISHEU BVQLOVEn c DYSPEPSIA CURED DYSPEPSIA TABLETS I 1 I Â¬ Â¬ A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart Salon on out mnrket for tho week en 2830 hhds with Burn and Constipation just closed amount receiptH lor tho same poriod of 2692 hhdfi Sales on our market since Jan nary 1st amount to 02601 hhdn SaleB of tho crop of 1898 on our market to Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets thifl dnto amount to 03204 hhds Our market has been somewhat to euro indigestion nnd djspepsia contain PEPSIN All otlittr remedie stronger this week on the very com- in otiu of its forms andclulmii ft lElSIN is supplied to weak or oven healthy us lonir mon grades of hurley both rod und Btomnch in tlio shiipo of medicine lmturH will cease to mnko it nnd the DYSIElSIO colory and has been rnther more will not without of never be cured active on all grades of colory bin ley trouble beAnolo to duthnt will his DOSE and food course make its own of his must promptly digest PEPSIN Tho rod grades such as aro selling nnd not rely atomnch upon medioiue for this moU important agent tow from 6 50 to 5850 havo boon Djspepsln Tablets contnln no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC ngeuta American bids Jower during tho week Tho but arc well kuown vegotnble remedies whioh In combi- Â¬ of tour old market remains ptaotically unchang nation composedefTeot a oure nndrestoring the stomach to it normal condition by will soon grades of rod leaf ed for tho better the STOMACH and its Wo no ALMANAC Sales of good leaf were mado during no prize f Ornish no book on number of wrappers but DISEASESa trial box to nay will send for the LARGEST tho week at prices ranging from 12 address free of uoitt to 10 50 AMEMOAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are put up in BOo pitoknges nnd nre to Tho following quotations fairlj V II AierhT or by addressing represent our market for burloy to bo had nt J W Oayles and baeoo 1898 crop THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO Trash dark or damage d 4 00fio5 50 tobacco LOUISVILLE KY Common Oolory trash 5 60j 7 00 Medium to good color Volcanic Eruptions Â¬ 11 i ouisvilu rouAcco warehouse DURKETT 11 Â¬ I I i Common lugsnotoolory 7 00 8 00 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good oolorj 10 00 lugs Common tomodlum loaflO 00 11 00 Medium to good leaf 10 00 Good to flue leaf 18 00 flelootor wrappory Blstnnrks Iron Nerve trash 7 00 10 00 0 00 10 50 13 00 14 00 10 00 18 00 20 00 Daughters of Confederacy An Epidemic of Diarrhoea Mr A Sanders writing from Cocnanut Grove Flu says thero has been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea theie He had a Kvero attack and was cured by four doses of Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reninlv Ho says he also iccotn miiujcii It to others and they my It Is the best medicine they ever used For sale by J W Gnyle druggist Order were issued by Actlne Sec Â¬ retary of the Nnvv Allen Mouriny re- Â¬ lieving Coininiiiuler C C Todd from command of the gunboat Wllming ton and assigning Commander O O Alllbouo to duty as his successor It is assorted at tho Navy Depart ment that the lollof of Commander Todd W In no way duo to the nego- Â¬ tiations now in progress between the Â¬ Tho Joseph II Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will glvo u Lawn Fete Friday ovenlng July 121st at the resldonco of Mrs John II Stuart ItofreshmonU 125 cents Public cordially Invited Mits W D Aiiimnioi President U D C I Aro grand but shin eruptions rob iluclclcns Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Punning and Fever Sores Ulcere Polls Felons Corns Wails Cuts limits Hums Scalds Chapped Handd Chilblains JjiM Pile cure on earth Driven out Pains and Aches Only 26ctsn box Sold by J W Cure guaranteed Gayle druggist life of Joy Wholesale Grocers Association Was the iciiilt of his nplendld Indomitable will and tre health mendous energy tiro not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and How ols tiro out of older If you wnnt these utilities and the succors they Kings Now Life Pills bring use They develop ovory power of brain mill body Only 23e nt JWGaylos d iig store Â¬ Henry Kothlor Company lr Lumber Doalors of Lmiisvlllo Ky Invito correspondence with mill men who hrwo lumber for Hale Tin y buy Poplur und Hardwoods In mixed cars Dry or Qroen Write thorn ai Om It It to 0th 1S9 the Finnk Cincinnati Pillway will sell tickets to Ashevllle N C limited to July 11 1810 at one fine lor tho round trip on account of the above fort July A occasion J H Nrwrox Gen Pass Agent Liiijfc t iw MTwwTfjBijnjfwfvnsi K Wf p 1 m We Are More Than Pleased H- - With our business this spring We have had the best April and May trade that we have enjoyed for the past five years We are satisfied times are getting better and we are look for a very large fall trade so during the month of MJ JXMt we are goiug to offer ing some extra bargains in every department as we are determined not to carry over any sumOur stock is very large Call on us we will try and please you mer goods Â¬ Â¬ ft m m V F WEinrXEL PERSONAL Â¬ Sc ODONNELL I I N TIME TABLE Miss Haydon of Lexington and t Mrs Bon T Farmer and ohildren Cincinnati Railway Prantfort have beon spending tho week at Miss Roddish of Somerset wero guests of Miss Gortlo Shaw this ONT V DIRECT LINE BETWEEN no 15 No 17 No 19 Farmdale Mrs Kate RoRora leaves for Oln 80UTH Misses Rebecca and Ella Johnson week PM AM AM cinnnti today INCiNNAII AND FRANKFORT Mrs Jas A Scott and daughter have gono to Cincinnati to attond tho v Lexington aflo 835 Miss Fleminc is the cuest of Saengerfi st MIbsos Hattio and Emmie returned Midway UOG SK FOB TICKETS VIA F 4 C RAILWAY friends in Covington Saturday night Frankfort 8 Oil 937 550 Mr Jno Will Johnson and wife are from Louisvillo u 1017 022 Clirlstunsuurt Miss Rebecca Johnson is visiting guests of their son Mr WBJohnson Miss Desaie Young of Woodford Eminence 358 1U35 141 Jchsdule of trains In effect Deembir 5th 1898 friends in Cincinnati Lagrange 475 U U5 710 county who has been the guest of at Mt Sterling Anchorage 45S 1131 745 AM PM I M Miss Choato has returned home Mrs H 8 Keller visited relatives 625 u m 810 No 3 No 6 No TRAINS EAST lr Louisville Mrs Kate Bush Martin of Louisin Carlisle this week Passr Mixed Mixed Mr Walter Goodwin of Nashvlle ville is tho guest of Mrs E E Hume is lightning Jerker the young Miss Ella Johnson has returned Fourth Avenue No 16 No18No20 Lr Frankfort 7 00 100 3 40 s ponding his vacation in this city NORTH from a visit to friends In Louisville 711 Klkborn 362 120 Mrs Geo 0 Drane has returned PM AM PM 135 718 Swltzer 400 Miss Hawley of Chicago Ills 1b Mrs Jno W Johnson is visiting from a visit to her daughter and son 165 stamping Ground 4 li 72 Louisville 720 410 DuvaflS tho guest of Misses Annio and Mary Lv Anchorage 734 205 In Now York City 416 relatives in tho county 237 765 444 745 Georgetown 428 230 Watts Brown on Wilkinson street Lagrange 314 8i25 623 817 Newtown Rev H M Polegrovo wife and 448 320 Mrs V F Dandridge of Winches Â¬ hmiuence 340 8 2 647 825 Centervllle 466 335 Mr Goo A Lewis and wife re Â¬ daughter were guests of Mrs S V ter is vibiting in this city C irlstlansburg 4 IK 012 606 830 500 8 45 Elizabeth to roativos in turned from a visit Pence this week Frankfort 436 950 642 Ar Paris 84U 610 400 Mias Mary Keith Miles is visiting Midway 607 1025 Henry county on Monday morning Miss Elizal eth Holt is tho guest of 540 10 9 friends at Dajton Ohio lr Lexington M Mrs J O Hubbard and children Mrs Smith Hansford in HarrodsNo 2 No 4 No 6 No 8 TRAINS WEST Miss Muria Quarles visited friends burg this week Paaar Pasar Paasr Mixed left yesterday for West Virginia N trains to Louisvillo aud L in Louisville this week where they will remain until Septem Miss Laura Starling of Greonvillo ber way stations 550 a m 425 IV Purls 930 640 Col Ohas D Bercaw of GeorgeMittH is tho guest of her sister 440 Mrs Elizabeth 940 5 0 L N trains to Louisvillo and way town was here yesterday 466 945 Centervllle S55 of Shelby stations 037 a m Master Wick Staten Robt P Pepper 610 Newtown 953 601 county is the guest of his grandL N trains to Louisvillo and Miss Maggie May Thompson has 761 1031 62 Ieorgetown Mr O 0 Kennoy and wife have re mother Mrs H 0 Nelson in this way stations 304 p ra Duvalls 1043 632 aio Westrecurned from a trip out turned from a trip to their old home city 822 1060 C O trains to Louisville 009 Stamping Ground 1100 6 39 a40 649 Snltzer Miss Irraa Labrot is visiting Miss in Owen county 1107 Klkborn 656 855 Mrs J E OanQold and children a Om Grace Smith at Dayton Ohio 1120 710 916 Miss Mary Monroe of Augusta nave gone to new orK state to visit 0- trains to Louisville 613 Ar Frankfort Mr Vernon L Clark of Phoenix Texa is viMting her aunt Mrs D C her lather They win oe gono aDout p m f FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI L Haruin this city N trains to Lexington and AM PM Ariz was in the city yeoterday a month AM PM way stations 050 a m Frankforf Ar 710 70 340 Lv Georgetown Lv 1120 620 Mrs M A Collins and daughter Judge A R Burnam was a looker 45 Cook Means neo Ruby Rlngo Mrs 424 Ar 1032 N trains to Lexington and L Miss Mary were guests of relatives of Ashland was the guest of Miss way 017 438 Lv Georgetown 760 on at the Convention this week Ar 1028 stations 437 p m Cincinnati Lv d30 400 1005 640 Ar In Paris Wednesday Cordelia Lindsey Wapping street Louisville Frankfort AccommoJudge Ira Julian went down to Mr Joel S Head of Morehead was this week dation arrives 642 p m Daily except Sunday A 0 view tne Convention this week N B conned the guest of his daughter Mrs Will Mr Jas H Dorman jr returned u s u trams ease iuib a m connoots with L Miss Kate Jewett of Henry county Combs this week O O trains east 740 p m with Q O 8unday morning from Owenton visited relatives here this week A V Hite Agent Minn0 Linda and Lulio Hughes where he attended the marriage of C Railway in connection with Queen lie F Prof McHenry Rhoads returned have returnoi from a visit to frionds his sister Crescent Route forms the quickest route from from Louisville on Friday night in Wuodlord county Krankf ort and Farts to the South and via CincinMrs T F Taliaferro and daughters to West nati a Tho Louisville Mr Albert H McClure and wife Miss Bossio Staten of Shelby who have been visiting relatives near issued n handsome Southern has just UKO Ddirect line the East and R NEWTON JOSEPH HARPER Summer older have returned from Harrodsburg UenlSupt county is tho guest of her cousin Newport and Ovington hav re- of about 40 pages giving description AGPA turned home U S Senator W J Deboe was a Miss Kittio Drydon cuts and complete information about Mr George Egbert returned from the summer resorts in the south visitor in this city on Wednesday Miss Mamie Stevenson of LexingHo reached by that lino Copies of this Ohio on O TIME TAULE C Mis3 Christine Bradley is the guest ton is the guest of Miss Flora Belle Ohillicothe tho employ Saturday O of tho B has been in Shephord in this city folder will bo mailed free to any adMiss Gatewood in Mt Sterling of S WRR No 21 No 23 dress by Wm H Tuyloe Asst Gen Mr Ohas J Clarke of Louisville Miss Henrietta Blackbumof Spring SOUTH Miss Carrie Vanarsdall of Harrods- Pass Agent 21G Fourth Avonuo spent Sunday here with his niece AM PM city this week Station wih in the burg who has been tho guest of her Louisville Ky MiHi n do Herndon v Lexlnzton 620 815 Miss Nellie Murphy attended the Mrs M D Averill jr has reRev tl 0 Morrison and wife of sister home 618 911 miit fort Ragau Aiiglin weduing In Lexington 1001 700 llrville Jefferson county visited friends in turned 8 03 Republican State Convention U 00 lr Louisville Mrs Jos T Staten of Shelby Mr R A Dorsoy and wife have re this city on Wednesday county who has been the guest of turned to their home in Mt Sterling Mrs Nellie OKeefo of Maysvillo relatives hero haB No 22 No 24 Lexington Ay July l ith 18UD Mr James Mayhall of Jellico is vlHitinir nor nintor Alrw G F returned home for several days NORTH Special reduced round trlpa rates via AM Tenn is visiting his sister in this Thompson South Side PM Crescent Route from Col Ohas J Norwood who is now the Queen city Mrs James Rodman jr is the superintending some mines in Ala- nil stiitintm in ICpntiiekv 6KX v Louisville 830 nn thU 700 Mhelurvllle 923 U S Sonator Wm Lindsay has guest of her sister Mrs Wm B bama has been spending his vacation occasion Ask your ticket agent for Fintnkfort 740 1018 crone to Washington City for a few Cheatham in Louisville tull particulars 840 1115 tr Lexington his homo in this city at days M s Hiram Berry and niece Miss Mrs Prior of West Virginia who Woods of St Louis Mo Olintie Cunninghtm Mr W 0 are visiting ban been tho guest of her sister Mrs hero this r lativ s in Wllliamstown was the guest of relatives High Bridge Excursions Cowboys J C Hubbard for several months week Prof C W Boll of Harrodsburg has returned home Mrs Rebecca Gaylo is visiting her number of tho State Board of Exam Excursions are run from Cincinnati Threo cowboys attired in regula- Â¬ Mrs I T West and daughter Miss cousin Mrs B W Ayres near lui rs wa i here this week Minnie are visiting relatives at and all points Miuth every other tion leather pants c having their Duoker Mrs Robert Robinson nee Lottie Estill Springs Thoy will bo gono Sunday to High Bridge There lariats and riding bronchoes passed isntji more beautiful place to visit Miss Birdie Ilouston is tho guest Stxnton m New York City is visit some two months or more than this entrancing snot You through our city on yesterday of her cousin Mrs Wm Lindsay in ing relatives in this city Hon Goo H Alexander and wife cant atlord to miss it Tho rate is They were from Alpine Texas this city and M- Kate Sanders Rogers is the and Hon A J Carroll and wife of remarkably low Ono dollar from had shipped u big lot of horses to siBter Mrs H H Louisvillo spent Sunday in this city Cincinnati fifty cents from LexingJudge Geo DuRollo loft for his puot of her tho guests of Judge W H Holt and ton and like low rates from homo in Louisville on Saturday Owsley in Woodford county other Chicago driving them over 1C0 wife evening Mr Geo B Weitzel of St Louis points Ask your ticket agent about miles to sell Lieut Ja K Dixon late of tho They had been out two weeks Mrs Wllkerson of Bowling Green Mo visited his mother Mrs Jerome Third Kentuoky Volunteers has re It You cannot afford to miss this pleasant duy Your was tho guest of Mrs Win Cromwell Weizel in this city this week turned to his home on tho West Side -- ticket agent on the river rates from Chicago aro camping oufns will givo you this week Miss Susie McHenry who has been after a trip to his old homo in Johi d ites and schedules for these excur Â¬ thoy travel and aro having n big Mr W 0 Davis and wife of Ver Â¬ attending school at Oxford Ohio has son county time sions sailles were visitors in this city come home for tho vacation Mr W Leslie Collins who has been Tuesday Air W H Mastin fir of Woodford away under medical treatmont has Miss Lilian Lindsey has returned county was tho guest of his son Mr returned home and looks like o used to before his hoalth failed We yjiwvyvwwvwwVywwwviiwyiiywviivwwy7 Harcourt Place Seminary Gam Wi II Mastin jr on Thursday f ora Ohio glad to sco tho bier Mr CurtiBF Burnam jr who has areour old friend vast improvement in Mr Cbas L Mil ward of Loxington been attending Johns Hopkins UniLieut Hugh Rodman U S Navy was tho guest of friendB hore on versity is at homo with his parents judge A Rollins Burnam and wife and wifo left Tuesday evening for yesterday San Francisco Gal whore ho will assume command of tho Albatross which vessel will mako examinations LADES GENTS for deep sea animals 1 I Mrs B B Jeflers ontortalned on COLUMBIAN COLUMBIAN Thursday night in honor of her JUL guests Mrs Donahue and Miss Minnio m 3vHs Ii kept la model order by a model lioujewlfe the cleini Williams of Chicago Ills Miss the diihe nd kitchen utenslU deani the floor ind windows Florence Wilson of Ohillicothe Ohio cleans everything cleanable with and Mrs Buntun of Chicago Ills Quito a numbor of our citizens wont out to tho cozy homo in tho county and enjoyed tho evening 1 ai s T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - I - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I Â¬ I I I Â¬ HIGHEST 1899 GRADEHI Mul A MODEL HOUSE BICYCLE 4Hf KA vDlUOVi uSfr BEST - BICYCLE - BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT Read It Washing Powder This famous cleanser quickly removes dirt or grease 1 1 makes everything shine like new It does the work in half the time with half the labor and at hall the cost o soap or any other cleanser For greatest economy buy our Urge package IIfc In nmtlicr place wo give n notico of Mr Geo F Kerry offering his flno residence on tho corner of Fourth Avenue and Shelby streets for stile This is ono of tho most All wo require is 100 down baliinco payable nftor examination Wo nro tho only fnotory in tho United Stated Belling dlrdbt to ridor Wo guarantee our goods for two yCarti most liberal guarantco ovor given Wo givo more optloim than tho regular dealers You can liavo your ohoico of color height of frame or any gear dosired Our bioyoles have all tho latent improvements largo tubing ilustt Joints largo spokelcts nrohed fork crown drop hunger oto Wrlto foroataloguo giving full dosorlption to day The CH1CAQ0 NK Fairbank Company HEW YORK BOSTON completoand comfortnblo homes in tho city Any ono wishing a first class homo would do well to neo Mr COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO asziz n April 2J 3111 CLEVELAND OHIO 1 ST LOUI Berry SiwvtA ittjgitttf TiPl tSESZ3SSSSgSSXSSSSZSS3SlSSJSKa 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 trimmed and made of elegant material A great variety of styles in suits for boys from 8 to 16 Boys knee trousers all sizes from 3 to 15 A large and select assortment of Childrens Wash Trousers at 25c and 50c Childrens Wash Suits at 50c and 75c Tow Linen Suits for men several styles 250 to 400 a suit 750 Â¬ E3XJZjSOIsr Me Revenue Assignments Democratic State Convention Was no Hero pt w- - The Democratic State Convention Tho following are the assignments of revenue oiflcers in this division of which met in Louisville on Wednes Â¬ tho 7th District us made by Collector day of last week finally wound up Ita work and adjourned on Wednes- Â¬ Roberts for the month of July day night of this week ut about 11 HTOKEKKEIEltK JucobL Cox to Ky River Distil oclock The following Is tho ticket nomilery No 2 Craig to Ky River Dis- nated Thos J Governor Win Goebel of Ken tillery No 2 wnrehouso ton county Eugene Craig to V A Gaines Co No 4 Lieutenant Governor J C W J E Hiinrahan to W A Gaines Beckham of Nelson county Attorney General Robt J Breck- Â¬ Co No 4 warehouse D Piper to S J Grecn inridge of Boyle county Augustus Auditor Gus G Culler of Graves baum No 9 R H Davenport to S J Green county Treasurer S W Hager of Boyd baum No 9 warehouse Jas P Rogers to 8 J Green county Secretary of State C Breck Hill baum No 9 night of Clark county Win M Siflell to John Cochran Commissioner of Agriculture Ion Co No 37 CortezMKash to Labrot Graliam B Nail of JefTerson county Superintendent of Public InstruNo 52 Gra- ctionHarry V McChesney of Liv Â¬ P G Powell to Labrot ingston county ham No 52 bottling We trust for tho honor of tho 8 P Willis to E II Taylor State that another such Convention Sons No 53 Jr Isaac T West to E II Taylor Jr will never bo held in the State Scenes that would disgrace any of Sons No 53 warehouse R Spires to E II Taylor Jr tho lowest dives in tho slums of the John city were enacted boldly and with- Â¬ Sons No 53 meal room J P Hutehernft toE II Taylor jr out shume Decent men of all parties hang their heads and blush Sons No 53 night R llWhittlngtonto W A Gaines for tho honor of tho State Bitterness and strife were engen Co Ho 105 dered that will take years to remove John A Logan to W A Gaines Co No 10G wurehouse W B Anderson to W A Gaines Co No 10G meal room J R Dagley to W AGaines Co No 106 night W D Blandlng to E II Taylor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ much romance out of this railroad business said the engineer as he threw aside his newspaper Here is the cuso of the swept away bridge over Wolf creek and they have got it that I saved the truiu and am u hero I could have told om how it was if they liad come to me Wo were driving ahead at full speed when I says to tho fireman Georue what dye think nbout tho creek I think its bank full und run nln over says lie How about the bridge I think its gone dont yoj Then youd better stop at the post and let me go ahead and see And I stopped and he went ahead explainecUhe engineer and pretty soon ho comes back and says Mim ahes gone Then we cant go on Not unless a locomotive can swim That was the way of it and all there wax to it and I cant figure out how I saved 200 live and deserve a gold medal When I backed up to Charlestown to telegraph tho news and wait lor a wrecking train the division superintendent couldnt see the romance either Whats the bloody row he says as he comes out Bridge gone And why didnt you run your train into the creek My fireman didnt want to get wet Hump Bounce him for blocking tile road and dont you mako another such mistake unless you want a years vacation What a Firecracker Did I cant see how they mako fo Feel like Id sitting in the churchyard instead of celebrating thinking over my sins -and that pesky half uncles also Pussonal opinion lies a scheming fox and Grahams being cheated out of home gut and happiness Hum sell it cheap Boom JR IjiflCfB zzmvi Crescent ROUTE June 21st 19 1899 Queen Thus a distant cannon Fourth of July had come Bung That was nearer Fourth of July Democratic State Convention Louisville seemed right at tho door of Spring The house shook At the resound ing explosion Jem hurried outside to An amazing Join Carrol Graham scene greeted them Jems fellow celebrants had arrived one had thrown a package of tire crackers aloft It had fallen on the tool house roof sparks hud dropped Jems gun Â¬ powder had ignited Three alTrlahted runners were dodging a shower of splinters A fourth lay flat He got up with a yell grabbing a bleeding chiiiu Something hit me he shouted Ah with a pounce it was this My fathers old tin box cried Graham recognizing u familiar ob ject It was hidden In the toolliouse guessed farm Â¬ Yes Low round trip rates via the Queen Crescent Routo from all points in Kentucky good until 24th returning Ask ticket agents for further particulars W C RlNEAKSON General Passenger Agent Stnte Grand Session I O O S and D of S Louisville Ky July 19 Annual Conference Ky State Union Epworth Leagues Louisville 1899 Ky July Annual Session Mosaic Templars of America VIcksburg Miss July 11 16 1899 I Graham pulled up the cover Paiiers the paper A cry of Joy rang out murmured Graham deep emotion I have found Yes Jem Tenn r F and Household of Rutl Jackson August 15 19 1899 W O Rinhaiison General Passenger Agent Grand Lodge Meeting G U O O Found8oinethhigflutleredJem In -l Summer Boarders Wanted hap-plnest- SCOTTS HYPOPHOSPHITES Jr Co No 113 Speed F Owen to E H Taylor Jr Co No 113 warehouse STOHEKKEPEU OAUaEKS EMULSION the house for the will Mayse Ben S Drake to Laval No 11 Chas HTalbott to JohnTBarbeo No 82 Buckner McElroy to Z T Sellers OF COD LIVER OIL WITH should always be kept in fol- Â¬ member it No 49 Jno D Na9h to W J Frazier No 50 lowing reasons FIRST Because if any cure it Because if the chil- Â¬ dren are delicate and sickly It will make them strong and well THIRD Because If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom- Â¬ ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and OAUGERS strength Goo G Berry to W A Gaines Because it is the Co No 100 entries FOURTH standard remedy In all throat and O II Wllkerson to W A Guinea lung affections Co No 4 and tolohn Cochran Co No 37 No household should be without it M GOnellltoKentucky River Dis- Â¬ It can be taken In summer as well tillery No 2 and El 11 Taylorjr as In winter UK and tloo til drugrbu Co No 113 BOWNE ChemUu New York SCOTT B Wulcutt to E II Tuylor Jr D Sons No 53 entries Interesting and Instructive Lecture Gra S D Plnkerton to Labrot ham No 52 E II Taylor r Mr Klnyn OknJimn n nntlvo of Gaines Sons No 53 and Japan delivered n very interesting Co iNovUU and Instructive lecture at tho First Parish to S J Greenbaum Baptist Church in this city on Wed No 0 nesday night Ills themo was Tho customs inannors and religions of Â¬ GWMcConnellto GlonSprlngDis tillery No 67 E F Darnaby to MullinsCrlgler No 105 Sidney A Powell to J JM Suffell No 91 Thos E Oldham to J N Blake more No 9Gt of the family has a hard cold SECOND WA PP Â¬ Christian Endeavor Convention Japan Every ono who was presont was delighted with It and went away with now Ideas as to that remarknblo and enterprising people who aro very aptly styled tho Yankees of tho Orient Mm Sally Thomas tho Frankfort A Cincinnati Hallway Company will noil tickets to Detroit and return limited to July 20th with privilege of extension to Auust 15th by de posit with joint agent on or beforo July 12th and payment of a fee of 50 cents ut ono faro for tho round trip J R Newton G P A July 3d to Oth Â¬ Trimmed goods nt half price nt 43 2t man As usual nodded his young employer Some friends of mine are coming over to celebrate Very well only Jem krep mot of your noise as far away from the farm as possible Whats up I wonder marveled Crops com Â¬ Holiest Jem staring ing right purtlest gal in Chester good as his and him blue as indigo Hey I can tell Jem turned to face one of his fol- Â¬ low celebrators of tho morrow challenged Jem Can you Yes They say Graham has lost tho farm hitch In tho purceedina a missing paper Sho goggled Jem They say that purty Nellie Masons rich father nas stamped down that big foot of his and said no pauper shall wed his gal If Graham cant produce a suttin docyment tho farm passes to that miserly half uncle of hlsn The worlds coming to an end gasped startled Jem It was true like a bolt from tho blue there had conio to the ambitious young farmer a shock that thrilled then prostrated In u flash ono of lifes brightest pic- Uvea seemed blotted out The accredited owner of Spring farm was Informed that a largo claim had been tot up by his half uncle supposed to have been paid years since Graham had vainly searched for written proof ot Its settlement Thats why ho wont celebrate no Fourth of July this year observed Jems informant dopartiiigllod got to vacate and start llfo all over again on nothln Drat Poor lad sighed Jem tliestutr Ive no heart left In me and ho drew from his pocket u two celebrating pound package of powder Whore shall 1 stow It Its resky stud to havo about tho premises Jem moved a ladder to an old un Â¬ used toolhouso ascended and pushed thu package of gunpowder up under the eaves Through gaping cracks in tho shingles ho saw It rest on n board directly under ho nimlnutol Sato till morning Â¬ July To morrow being I hope murmured Jem fer- Â¬ the Fourth of vently lie deserves everything said Carrol Grahams hired thats good And she too the angel of course Its n holiday bloss her Hurrah The explosion seems to have shattered the clouds and everything is golden glorious Fourth of July sunshine That was what the recoved doc ament meant tho farm Nellie life at its fullest fullest Here said Graham and u bill cele- Â¬ slipped into Jems hand brate gossipy Ill bet whispered Jemswedding chum that pays for a charivari also Will furnish board by the week to either gentlemen or ladles during tho warm weather Can send them into town every morning if desired For further information apply at tho farm known as the Albert JefTers place two miles from the city on the Versailles pike 4 Mm JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT PERFECT WACOS SCALES United States Standard All Sizes All Kind Not made t7 a trust or controlled by a com btnatlou For free Book and lrloo List address JONES OF BINGHAMTON NY BINOHAMTON Notice of First Meeting of Creditors United Statu of America District ot Kentucky In tbo United Stats nlstrla O mrt In and lor said district lteferee District No 18 To tun creditor ot Jntue it Unities of Frank Â¬ lin county im t district nforeall a bankrupt Notice M hereby Riven that on the 1 thdayot June A n 1KO the said James I Unities was duly adjudicated bankiutit and that the first nietlne of His creditors will be held at the office of D W Llndsey houthwest corner ot Main and St Clair t treets in Frankfort Kentucky on the 10th day ot July A D 1899 nt 2 oclock p in at which time the said creditor may attend prove their claims ap olnt n tiuitee examine the bankrupt fnd transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting U W MNII5EI June 26 1899 Referee in Bankruptcy juty w c HOW THISP Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can- Â¬ not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props Tole Â¬ P J CHENEY do O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney tor the hist 13 years and believe him perfectly honorublo In all business transactions and financially ablo to carrj out any obligations mado by their firm Marvin Whole- Â¬ Waldlng Klnnan sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Curo Is taken lutcr ually acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Prlco 75o per bottle Sold by all Drug- Â¬ Toledo West O Traux Wholesale Druggists gists Halls Familv Pills aro tho beat Postponed i Testimonials free Go Carts Baby Buggies Owing to tho meeting of tho tional Association of Mexican War Veterans at Indianapolis Incl in September next Gen E II Hobson commander of that organization has postponed the meeting of tho Ken- Â¬ tucky Association until Mny 1900 at Somerset Na- Â¬ Elected President Rev Dr W Y Muliins of Boston Mass but a native of Mississippi has been elected by tho trustees of tho Southern Baptist Theological Semi Â¬ nary at Louisville as President to 1111 tho vacancy caused by the resig nation of ltov Dr W II Whltsltt and tho declination of Rev Dr John Â¬ Nice Line Low Prices P Greon Dr Muliins Is now pastor of New Â¬ ton Center Huptht Church of Bos ton and Is wild to bo a very learned and ublo num Â¬ R Rogers Sons mESSmKBSEL OSB 0Ci9 J 1W Frankfort Boimiiaiioiit Entered at the postofllco at Frankfort Kentucky an second class mntlnblo mutter LARGEST STOCK - LOWEST - PRICES Â¬ GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 1 Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime Ce ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Farming Implements Guns Powder FRANKFORT JULY UscIcsb 1899 We as a general rule nre In favor Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows DeeriAg Mowers and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Currles Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver of everything that looks like Im- Â¬ provement In our city but there la a movement on Just now to erect a fountain at the intersection of Main and Ann streets that wo fall to see tho use for It Is a well known fact that the city erected a fountain with gas lights on the top in front of the customhouse nt an expenco of some 460 which hus only been used about three weeks in tho ten or twelve years sinco it was put up and now stands as an obstruction If the one we have already Is never used what Is tho sense or reason in putting up another one which will be a like useless expenditure and if used will only bo a nuisance at the point at which it is erected It will bo allowed to take caro of itself freee upand instead of an ornament soon become an eyesore Wc submit the question in this shape What say the people 1SL lrWLg ST CLAIR STREET Â¬ I v Dr Cmlys Condition 1owdcrs are just what n horso needs when In bad Tonic blood purifier and Low round trip rates are in effect condition The heavy rain of Saturday morn- Â¬ vermifuge Thoy not a verdict was rendered in accordance ing brought a vast multitude of little from all points on the Queen Cres medicine and tho bestare uso food but to put a In Dates of sale July 2 3 horso lu prlmo condition with the facts as above given Price 23 frogs who hopped about ns merrily as cent 4Route your agents for full par- cnto per package and nt lifitnn If tlintv tinwi Af ticulars Ask No Right to Ugliness 0 oclock that morning you could For sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Co LeCompte woman who is lovely in face hardly vtnlk along at tho custom The itfBsr form and temper will always have house corner without treading on friends but one who would be at- them tractive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down IS IT RIGHT she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble For an Editor to Recommend Patent her impure blood will cause pimples Medicines blotches skin eruptions nnd a BETWEEN Resurrected wretched complexion Electric Bit ters is the best medicine in tho world From Sylvan Valley News Ilrevonl N Cl Louisville Evansvilie St Louis Mr Lehman the gentleman who to regulate stomach liver and kid neys It It may be a question whether the was hypnotized by Prof Hart on gives and to purify the blood eyes editor of a newspaper has tho right AND ALL POINTS strong nerves bright TO Monday night buried and remained smooth velvety skin rich complex- to publicly recommend any of the WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST In the grave until 7 oclock Wednes ion It will make a good looking various proprietary medicines which yet as a preventive Â¬ flood the market The only line rnnning three double day night was taken out of the charming woman of a run down in- of suffering wo feel It a duty to say a valid OnlySO cunts at J W Gayles daily trains to Evansvilie without grave and carried to the stage In the drugstore good word for Chamberlains Colic change with high back coaches and ve pavilllon at Cove Spring Purk at 8 cholera and Diarrfioa Remedy car Tho Earlor running two direct line to St have known and used this medicine oclock and was awakened Beyond Lawrenceburg Fair double daily trains in our family for twenty yeurs and with high back seat coaches and a slight tightness of the chest ho have always foud it reliable In Pullman Bloopers through without RATES ON AOOOUNT suffered no inconvenience and after- Â¬ This solid substantial old fash many cases a dose of this remedy change Tickets on sale at L N THE QREAT wards assisted In the performance of ioned fair will bo held this year as would save hours of suffering while office this city For information ns to rates route meeping car berths the evening usual commencing on Tuesday a physician Is awaited We do not etc call on A V Hi to agon tL N believe in depending implicitly While we prefer to withhold our Aug 15th and continuing until the any medicine for a cure but wo on R R or address do opinion as to the propriety of the 18th Inclusive B L BRYANT believe that if a bottle of Chamber Â¬ ON 8ALE Edqab Hill TPA thing done we are free to say that it Extra inducements have been pre- Â¬ lains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept JUNE 27TH TO JULY 1ST Trafll 0 Manager was carried out exactly according to pared to secure a first class exhibi on hand and administered at the in- Â¬ of an attack OPPORTUNITY TO program and was a decided success tion and tho comfort of those who ception be avoided andmuch suffering in very many might VI8ITTHE QUEEN OITY Whatever the power to do these attend has been greatly added to by cases the presence of a physician WITH THE CROWDS WHO WM CROMWELL things may be called there is no improvements looking to that end WILL ATTENDTHE NATIONAL would not be required At least this MEETING OF GERMAN 8INO experience during the doubt of the fact that It exists For a catalogue and for further in- has been ouryears Attorney at Law ER8 twelve Right here we desire to condemn formation address Mr M W Ripy past Gayle druggist For sale by J W in the severest terms tho brutality Secretary Lawrenceburg P 9 RINURtOM Frankfort Kentucky of some unknown scoundrel who Capt Murphy Honored Wo have sold many different Agent Will practice In tut notwithstanding the watchfulness of cough remedies but none has given Ev- Also Real Estate and the adjoining counUes La Grippe is again opidemfo Courts of Franklin special attention to the pur those in charge dropped a lighted better satisfaction than Chamber Â¬ Capt David A Murphy Superin- Â¬ ery precaution should be taken to and will also give real estate collecUon of rents chase Its specific cure la One claimsand sale of cigarette through the air chamber lains says Mr Charles Holzhauer tendent of Construction of United avoid it and tneneeotlatlon of loans J Shopord It is per Â¬ States Public Buildings Oxford Minute Cough Ouro A Journal and on to the sleeping man Luckily ho druggist Newark N J Agricultural Publisher turned over just about that time and fectly safe and can be relied upon in Ohio has been detailedS for duty in Advertiser Elden Mo says No CURED with regetable Po t Otllce all cmscs of coughs colds or hoarse connection with the U Remedies Have oared was saved from what might have ness Sold by J W Gayle druggist Building to be erected at Newport one will be disappointed in usinp many thousand cases Cough Guro for La called hODelefla In ten 2000 per One Minute been a fatal accident Kentucky Ills salary Pleasant to take quick to days at least two thirds of all symptoms remov date of Grippe annum will commence from Severe Storm There was a very large crowd at Hemphill ed Testimonials and TEH DATS treatment free sale by Tyler II H GRKEH8 SODS Box E Atlanta Ga instructions from the Supervising act W For McKeo Hardle the park to witness tho disinterment Architect to begin work This im ana At about 120 oclock on Saturday tho fourth time Capt Murphy has many estimating it ut 1000 or more morning our city was visited by a been assigned to duty as Superin people severe wind and rain storm accom tendent of U S Public Buildings Terrible and Fatal Accident panied by heavy peals of thunder His testimonials now on file include McKlnley United States and constant flashes of lightning President 14 Congressmen and ex Senators On Saturday afternoon shortly About 230 the electric display was Congressmen 10 Postmasters 5 Suafter 4 oclock a colored man em grandly vivid and was then accom pervising Architects 12 first class ployed by the now telephone com Â¬ panled by a heavy down pour of architects 200 citizens from Ken- lUCKv pany was putting on tho cross bars rain Tho rain did not continue and 140liu citizens iroiu citizens from Ohio Oxford on a telephone pole on St Clair moro than about an hour but a vast News H6 i street Just below our office when he amount of good was accomplished If you sufTer from tenderness or was seen to start cry out and a especially as most of the day was fullness on the right side pains under fltream of smoke pour from his shoul- Â¬ cloudy shoulder blade constipation biliousders and he fell on tho cross bar There was considerable damage ness sick headache nnd feel dull Two other employes working done in the way of blowing down heavy and sleepy your liver Is torpid DoWitts Ltttlo near heard his exclamation and ran trees nnd shrubbery In tho city and and congested up a pole almost touching It and en county contiguous in some places Early Risers will cure you promptly pleasantly and permanently by redeavored to fasten u small Hue to the barns being unroofed moving the congestion und causing man to keep him from falling to tho The lightning struck a cottage on the bile ducts to open and flow street some forty feet below Before the grounds of the Institute for naturally Tiiev aub good pills they succeeded the quivering form Feeble minded Children occupied Tyler Hemphill and Win McKeo which was even then deud fell j by the engineer Mr Chas Fosser Hardo A Summer In the North away from tho pole the rope broke knocking down tho chimney and A Popular Wedding Trip YPSCE The delightful summer resorts of and the crowd around wore horrified in maKing the roof to the extent of Wisconsin and Michigan nre reached C steamer to to see the mail fall to the brick street about 100 Is to take a D Detroit Mich July fi 10 1899 by the Chicago North Weatern Crescent Mackinac Island Michigan If you Ry among which are Waukesha a bruised and burned mass of flesh Luckily no one was hurt although Low rates via tho Queen spot the family were shocked and batjly Route Dates of sale July 3d to Gth want adollghtful weddingtrip where Madison Devils Lake Oreen Lako Surgeons were quickly 011 tho not likely to meet acquaintDetroit butan examination showed that the scared At 230 pm of tho same Onlv ono chancre of cirs toagents for you aretuko one of the D C new Gogebic StLake Fox Luke Lake ances Liberal return limits See Paul Minneapolis Luke to tho Geneva man was evidently killed by a live day wo had another delightful shower full particulars Bteol passenger steamers White Bear Duluth Staterooms Minnetonku Marquette Freocopy Island of Cool Breezes wire with which ho had como In which cooled the atmosphere Ashland and and parlors reserved thirty days in of Hlnta to Tourlits sent on- appli- Â¬ contact Dangerous Pleasant Occasion corpse was taken to the under- Â¬ advance Send two cent Btampfor cation to W B Kniskern General The Address A Passenger and Ticket Agent taking establishment of Dehoney Some unknown person dropped a Illustrated pamphlet Â¬ Cox W Saturday last being the annlver cartridcro for a 44 revolver on St A Schantz G P A D prepared for burial C De- cinnatiA Ohio 485 Vino street CinGraham and Several ladled who worn on tho sary of the landing of the proprietor Clair Btreet In front of the entrance troit Mich omuriiwl Rtrnflt fainted when thov of the Roundabout on this terres to Odd FoIIowh Temple on Wed- trial ball und being compelled to bo nesdav afternoon when a delivery witnessed the tragedy If troubled with rheumatism give wires of tho lire absent on that afternoon ho char- - Wairon ran over It and it was ox Itaeems that tho For system and the street car tered a street car Friday night ana niodod tho ball strlkincr the curblne Chamberlains PaldBalm a trial It tetter the speedy and permanent care of alarm w w salt rheum and eczema Cham will not cost you a cent If It does no berlaina Eye 01 me omco unu clo80 by Mr Cna8 Fugazzi wires had become crossed near tho tooK tlio employes and Bkin Ointment is will relievo It relievos the prison during tho storm Saturday bindery for a ride to the park and it Is a groat wonder no damage goodpainOnoItapplication sprains and without an equal almost instantlyitch- ing and smarting cures also and morning and when tho man whoso through the city winding up at the waa done as there wore many per- - tho its continued use effects a permanent clothing was wet camo In contact Ice cream parlors of Mr John 11 80ns passing that point both on tho bruises In one third tho time required enre It also cures itch barbers itch by any other treatmentfCuts burns qcald head sore nipples itching piles with a telephone wire nnd a flro Todd where ho set em up to ice p1Vement and on tho brick street frostbites quinsy pains In tho side chapped hands chronic sore eyes ana produced the proper cream anu cane lor tno amies ami alarm wire it It makes no dlferonco how bad tho and chest glandular and other swell granulated lids connection and tho fatal result fol- gjntlemen and cigars for tho latter wound If you uro Dowltts Witch y curen bv nnolvlnir The boys all voted tho old man llazol Salve It will quickly heal and inM npn Dr Cadva Condition Powders for lowed Hemphill It- - Every bottio warranted Prlco horses are the best tonlo blood purifier Tyler Charles Shaw many happy returns and all the pros Â¬ leave no near Tho man wits named and vermifuge Prlco 25 cents Sold by 52 andGO eta and Win McKeee Hnrdlo and his homo was In Lexington perity ho deserves where the body was sent for inter- ment Ejq Thomson held nn inquest and Rained Frogs Fourth of July Rates Â¬ Â¬ iinHi-tili- - I Â¬ - i I m Henderson Run te BH3ST LUSHES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CINCINNATI SAENGERFEST NATIONAL m I Â¬ Â¬ W O A OIKOINNATI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DROPSY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO I 1 Â¬ Â¬ xuiiiil-boi-c- Insurance r Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Bassmsxit of tho Capital Â¬ ifl I H6tl j j I Â¬ - Â¬ Skin Diseases - v - ft -- Â¬ Ick WKKmmm vfTJ flTOW fwTWTlW O EL Jb JxJljJilZiEKS Opened ft China And New Line Call and See Them Opera In Paris Gurney Refrigerators Water Coolers of Just Able and Eminent Man Dead Will Celebrate Fiscal Court The Fiscal Court met on the 15th inst and an order was offered directing the sale of 130000 in four per cent bonds to be used in exchange for the five per cent out Â¬ standing issue of feame amount Esquire Thompson moved to strike out four per cent interest and in- Â¬ Owing ton failure on the part of those manaulm the advertlsment nt the Paris end of the line the crowd out to hear the opera of Robert on Tuesday In Paris llacalre night wus not as large as expected nevertheless there was a fair audi ence nnd the management cleared something over the expenses Â¬ Officers Appointed lm itillu V On Tuesday last Capt Noel Gaines late of the Third Kentucky Volunteers and Capt Julian Kersey late of the Second Kentucky Volunteers wero appointed by Gov Bradley respectively Captain and First Lieu- Â¬ tenant of the Bradley Guards of this city These gentlemen made good of- Â¬ ficers in the recent scrap with Spain ing hetee and will make good officers in the He was an elder in tho Presby- Â¬ State Guard who are expecting to terian Church und his walk and be ordered on duty at any time conversation adorned the doctrine he professed Â¬ Â¬ We regret exceedingly to announce the death at his homo near Paris on Monday night of Judge J Quiney Ward formerly of the Superior Court of Kentucky aged about Gl years Judge Ward was an upright hon orable and Christian gentleman of whom wo have too few left Ho made a fearless and impartial Judge and was u successful practitioner at the bar after his retirement His health had been poor for more than a year He leaves a wife and three grown children to mourn his death By his gentleness dignity and gracefulness of life while here he had won the warm regard of all who knew him and they join in expres- Â¬ sions of sorrow at his untimely call- The children of the First Presby- Â¬ terian Church will be given a picnic on the Fourth of July next Tues day at Elkhorn Park on tho Frank Â¬ Cincinnati Railway Every fort arrangement has been made to Insure a good time for the little folks and their friends Â¬ Â¬ BIRTHS Stago In this city on Friday of last week to Mr Thos Stagg and wife a son Uberto Keenon Clay At the home of Mrs R P Pepper near this city on Tuesday to Capt Chas D Clay U S Army and wifo nee Pepper a son Chas DJr City Council sert 3J per cent interest This was lost by a vote of four to two Thompson and Tinsley voting Kansas City Montana aye and Judge Moore Esqs Lyons Lawrence and Guthrie nay Tho court directed the issue of Colorado Pacific Coast 130000 at foifr per cent interest The court made a call for the out Utah Washington Omaha standing issue of said bonds the St Paul Nebraska new issue to be sold on Saturday next at 10 oclock under sealed j BEST TRAINS bids Black Hills En Route Home Spent a flood Farm Doctoring Capt Asa N Walker TJ S Navy commander of the Yunckton has been relieved and given a rest after long and arduous service He Is on the way to join his wife in this city His formerly Miss Belle Grant friends here will he rejoiced to see him back Mr A N Noell of Asherville Kansas says he spent a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diar- Â¬ rhoea but got no relief and was afraid that ho must die He chanced to get hold of u bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy and was permanently cured by it For sale by J W Gayle drug- Â¬ gist Â¬ Buys kV a Conntry Place VIA The magisterial districts were each authorized to expend the fol Â¬ Tuesday June 27 1899 The Mayor and all tho mem- Â¬ lowing amounts for keeping the turnpike roads in same iu repair UCCTIBIIICn TD1IHC bers except two were present each magistrate to expend the Petition of Martha Williams Gifts No 1 250 porch SLEEPERS DINING sum allowed to build a house was granted BEATSA CHAIR CARS FREK Tho petition of L H Finnell of stone or 190 No 2 2400 perch of stone ot 1530 No 3 M RUOO TRAV PASSR AOENTST LOU HO was granted f The Wapping street ordinance 10G5 porch of stone or 1100 HOWARD ELLIOTT QRNL MOR ST LOUIS MO No 4 3900 perch of stone or iW WAKCLCY aiN1LPABBAQTSTLOUISMO was passed a second time perch of The Wilkinson street ordi- Â¬ 2737 No a second time stone or 843 nance was passed TO The court adopted au order The report of the Finance Â¬ Committee regarding the assess carrying into effect tho above requirements as to time when same ment of G F Berry Agent was is to be paid for when to be com Â¬ read and adopted St Louis or Chicago -- 51125 Â¬ r 1 LlfTV YEARS OLD Why let your neighbors know it And why give them a chance to guess you are even five or ten years more Better give them good reasons for guessing the other wav It Is verv easv for nothing tells of age so quicsiy as gray nair Mr George F Berry purchased one day this week from Rev T N Arnold and wife 57 acres of the famous Montrose farm The land lies east of the culvert on the Louis- Â¬ ville pike und runs south to the line of Fleetwood Farm Mr Berry paid 200 per acre mak was lost by a vote of 7 to 4 The matter of Si Clair street ing the neat sum of 11400 lor the place He will nt onco erect a hand bridge was referred to Bridge some and commodious country home Committee on his purchase which Is susceptiThe City Attorney was inble of being made one of tho most structed to look up tho law in beautiful in this region gelation to proposed catch basin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The report of the Workhouse keeper shows that 182 had been paid out lor labor carts etc on bricb street work The report wus referred to Street Committee to divide and report back to Council The Second street ordinance pleted etc c ALIFORNI A via NEW ORLEANS In connection with th Southern Pacific If you have piles cuke them No use undergoing horrible operations that simply remove the results of the disease without disturbing the dis- ease itself Place jour confidence in DoWitts Witch Hazel alve It hits never failed to cure otheks it will not fail to cure you Tyler Hemp hill and Win McKee Hardie Kentucky Chautauqua occasion Lexingtn Through Weekly I Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Clnclnnatland LoutsUlle on I C B R fust New Orleans Limited train VRY THURSDAY For Los Angeles nnd Sun Francisco without chmge Tho Limited nlso connects at New Orleans dally with Kxpress Train for the Puclflo Coast and on Tuedny and Saturdays with the Who Seconds the Motion j j u With tho echoes of the recent Louisvillo Convention still in our ears we rise to move thut a monu- Â¬ ment bo erected to tho memory of tho lato Judge Jim Jewell and that 7 to 4 Politics is The hiu celebrated truism Main Hell be Inscribed thereon and sewer through Mrs Kate Mahoneys proporty The Mayor reported contract for brick street from St Clair to Washington on Main The con- Â¬ tract was annulled by a vote of Shelbyvlllo and east thereof to Lexington on Juno 2i to July 7 at reduced rates tickets good until July 9th Apply to nearest agent South am By for further Information to July 7 For the above the Southern Iiy will sell round trip tickets Irom its stations June 27 SISEI L1IQITED flHNEX Â¬ Â¬ of the Southern Pacific giving special through service to San Francisco Particulars of Agents ot theJ C UK and connecting lines 8G HATCH Dlv Cass Agent Cincinnati O JNOA SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis A vjk 31 WAKELLONDA B HANSON QIAChlccgo O l ALoulsllle What They Say VWop youth renewer 11 niijM mo ago unucra luxuriant growra or nair we color of youth It never falls to restore1 color to gray hair It will Mop the nair from coming is i insulated gates and tho electric lights will en Â¬ onco The matter was referred able them to proloug tho fun until in to Fire Committee tho night The best of order will bo Tho License Committee re- Â¬ enforced Serious Difficulty On Sunday a young man by tho name of Mr John Morris an em ploye of tho Kentucky River Mills became involved in a difficulty with an unknown man when Morris was struck over tho forehead with a single Â¬ tree and u dcop gash about two inches long cut to the bono and tho skull fractured Dr E K Wallaco was called and Tho case is dressed tho wound thought by tho doctor to bo a very serious one have another of their enjoyable pic all sidowalks nics on Tuesday next July 4 This Chief Taylor of tho Fire De- Â¬ year it will bo within the reach of all partment came before the Coun- Â¬ being given at Cove Spring Park cil and asked that 1000 feet of Tho street cars run right to tho park wiro be bought at Â¬ matter of a fountain on street was referred to Mayor City Engineer and Coun- Â¬ Y M I Picnic cilman Jillson On motion the Mayor was di- Â¬ Dont forgot that the Y M I will rected to advertise for bids for Epworth League International Meeting Indianapolis July 20th -- 23d Finest trains in the South travel dally via the Is the title of an exceedingly well printed and finely Illustrated booklet which has just been Issued and dis- Â¬ tributed by the Chicago North Western lty describing their elec- Â¬ tric lighted 20th century train Tho North Western Limited It fe unique in design und composition and affords entertaining reading A copy will be sent to any ad Â¬ dress by W A Cox 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Try tho Capital Stoom Laun dry for a clean shirt or collar 16 tf Telephone 17 without it in my homo hereafter for I should not care to endure tho suf ferings of last night again for fifty times its price G H Wilson LIv eryman Burgottstown Washington Co Pa This remedy is for Bale by J W Gayle druggist I h moves all dandruff and prevents Its formation We have a book on the Hair which we will gladly send you If Toil da not obtain mil tfea tiftnft flu too axMfited from tho use of tha Vigor writo tho rtoctor about It Probably there i tome dimcultr your wmen wiia way out auo It feeds the hair bulbs Thin hair becomes thick hair and short bair becomes long hair It cleanses the scalp re- Â¬ ported that all who sold bicy Â¬ cles would be required to poy license Tho report was adopt- Â¬ QilEENCRESCENT Only Route to Cincinnati one change to Indianapolis Liberal return limits on tick ets via the Queen Crescent at one fare for the round trip Ask agents for particulars w od lowed and the Counoil adjourned 10 Reward 15 vr general iTiitm be Mtllr removed Addren i Ayer wwmi mtm j hands high four years old good saddler left hind foot white small blemish jiotween foro legs Will pay above roward for her 44 I havo lost a black mare 0 niHiAmoii lt Oallir QuIuk Harp Ky VHaiiU U Some of the results of neglected dyspeptic conditions of tho stomach are cancer consumption heart tils- andWklikcy Hsittt easo and epilepsy Kodal Dyspepsia curvd st horn with Curo prevents all this by effecting a out pain Book ot par- quick cure In all chops of dvmiwii tlaaUra ml FREE Hemphill and Wm McWMLUY I BBMM fryerCO Bylor 1M OBim Si X1UIUIU a a oinownAti Â¬ - i - rJ 1nt4iiiLtmiM audi i uAjif ftTAtfJrfr iifttf j miMn t iAr ft ijnr iHil Wtffllfcslift iiflimWitel kjiitiMttMAMkilihiStttlEMUttlSt fit innnnruiminmuinmuuinnnnjuutnnnmuimtnnnn m m m rumnnnniruuuinnnnnruvuuuinnruuinrtruir Sterling Silver and Cut Glass j 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 everyone s purse vv 4 9 w j M A SELBERT W Jinnjvumnnjiorutrinnjiruxruxnnnnnnj Ing an exceptionally good service It will bo remembered by miny that a similar plan was carried out last Ascension Episcopal Church summer proving very successful Rev R L McOrondy rector Rov These meetings will bo held in the Root Km mot Abraham assistant Y M 0 A parlors which are always Morning prayor 730 a in comfortably cool and will bo short Holy Communion and sermon 11 and spicy not ovor forty five minutes am in length commencing at 330 Afternoon service oh Sunday and oclock All men young and old Wednesday omitted until further are cordially Invited to attend notice Following is the program Sunday school at 045 a m in the ranged for these two months as ar Chapel July 2 Patriotic Rally speake- rAll seats free and everyone corProf E E Wood dially welcomo to all services July 9 Christian t Endeavor So ciety of Christian Church Baptist Oiiurcii Rev MBAdams July 10 Speaker Mr J LAmsdon the pastor will preach at 11 a m of Versailles assisted by St Andrews No evening service Brotherhood The Young Peoples Society will July 23 Epworth League of Metho meet nt 7 r m dist Uhnrcn Junior Young Peoples Society Jnlv 30 Christian Endeavor Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in of First Presbyterian Church the Chapel Aug 6 Program to bo aunounced Prayer meeting Wednesday night Aug 13 Christian Endeavor so 8 oclock at ciety of Presbyterian Church South Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 Aug 20 Young Peoplos Union of II young men Baptist Uhurcn a m Special classes for cordially in Seats free and all are Aug 27 Brotherhood of St Anvitod drew of Episcopal Church Prof E E Wood will have someChristian Church Rev George thing to say to young men that will at 11 bo well worth hearing at tho PatDnrsie tho pastor will preach am riotic Rally in the Association parlors Tomorrow is Educational Day Sunday 330 p m Mr Wood is an and the pistor preaches an appro- oricinal thinker and forceful speaker priato sermon at 11 a m Come around young men and hear aa m thn flrah nf the summer him and also enjoy some good music series of Union Services will be held Mr J M VunDeneer will sing a Mr Darsie preaching tho sermon solo Young Peoples Society of Chris Tho discouragements of tho Chris Man Endeavor closed until Septem tian and their cure formed tho ber Prayer meeting Wednesday night theme of an interesting talk given by Mr Jo O Norwood at tho Mens at 740 in tho Chapel Rally last Sunday As Lights in the World Topic Sunday school meets at 030 Pneumonia liurripni cough colds Tho piioiio will be cordially wel comed to all those services and es- crouDiind whooping coach readily yield to Ono Minute Cough Cures pecially itrangers in the city Use this remedy in time and save a hill or ser Catholic Church The usual Rev doctors Hemphillthe undertakers Tyler and y7m McKee vices to morrow conducted by Father Thomas S Major the pastor nardle Low mass at 730 am High mass Picnic 10 am VeBpors at 730 p m RELIGIOUS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m 1 Reliable Jeweler At Popular Prices Mi Hot Weather Goods ll PTHI I I H wtmrn Great prices on town Such qualities i tile lowest airy fabricsthe same 44 yd to 23c yd desene tiful cool at from in c rlaJ J ill vf M jf on Wash Goods is the last call line is selling out rapidly under The tne steacty buying of well posted people who realize we are quoting beau- Â¬ at- Â¬ -- iiii ta I la i I11AA U 4IIILJL tention from all careful buyers We invite inspection and comparison The largest and most complete line of filack Crepons silks for waists wash silks satin foulards ribbons Call and see us- 9 and trimmings may be found at our store I - gtou store in iiTnmimnnrinn llm I HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway SfWJf t to TIOEES Â¬ BEST 1 MM GROCERIES Â¬ Â¬ AI AT LIQUORS w 5 MS im 9Y WW Ilmll mini llll III LILUUllUUi QPPQ Mllll Â¬ LOWEST PRICES Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 8p m No evening service 945 a m t Christian Endeavor Society meets nc646ip m in Sunday sohool room Prayer meeting Wednesday even Snnday-sohool-a- First Presbyterian Church The Young Peoples Society tf Christian Endeavor of tho Christian Church will give a picnic at Cove Spring Park on Thursday afternoon Tnls will be a very enjoyable affair lite Ms Of All Ms un- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Dyspepsia Jrr- - DR For Rent Cbcap 1 ISW Cut sale of millinery for the next thirty days I will offer my entire ing at 8 stock of trimmed hats at half price You should take udvanuigo ot this Methodist OnuRCH Rev T F great bargain Taliaferro the pastor will preach at ia 2t Mns Sally Thomas a 11 a m No evening service Change of Orders Sundav sohool meets at 930 a m Prayer mooting Wednesday evening at8 Dr Novill M Garrett Assist tnt Epworth League in Sunday sohool Surgeon U S Army sails from 045 p m room at Cal tomorrow Official Board meetsTuesday even San Francisco ing for Manila Philippine cordially invited to at Sunday The public Inland having received a change of tend orders His former assignment was to Alaska SouTnEiw PkesbvterianOhuroh Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m For Sale No evening servieo Sunday sohool at 930 a m Young PooplosSooiety of Christian I offer for sale my resi Â¬ Endeavor moeta at umd p m Is dence cor Shelby and To all these meetings tho public cordially invited streets South Fourth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Also some spe- Â¬ cial values in ap Â¬ ron bleached and ginghams bleached domestics calicoes etc Give us a call C Kodol Cure eat Â¬ The Mi8 Mag Exum property on Apply to L F- Â¬ Murray street 85 tf Johnson For Sale or Rent i I Kasin Bro Itarttflciallydigeststbefoodandaids Nature In strengthening and recon Â¬ structing the exhausted digestive organs Itisthelatestdlscovereddlgest antand tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It in stantly relieves ana permanently uureo Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea BicKHeaaacneasiTBiBiBrBiuiWittu all other resulta of Imperfect dt Kestlon Prtparad by C C DaWitt A Co Chicago First Class Steamboat Service Between Detroit nnd Cleveland and Toledo Detroit and Macklnuc D it O floating Hleol palace steamers are now running dally between Detroit and Cleveland Two trips per wed between Toledo Detroit and Mack Â¬ inac Island Regular service will commenco June 17th Spend your vacation on tho Great Lakes Send pamnhlot 2 cents for Illustrated Address A A Schauta O P A D O Lino Dotrolt Mich Dioests what you A housei of six rooms in n good neighborhood A pply to N F- 4U U Richardson m Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dioests what you eat No 41 St Clair at Bridge Frazer Axle III Grme MTV IHI2 TEEM fm WW aljn JB i m it tho pastor will preach at Baptist Church tomorrow ally Invited to attend J E Gwatkln of Louisville brother of Rev W E Owatltin Evergreen Roy Dr All cprdl Â¬ Frankfort 44 lt Apply to G F BERRY Lawrenceburg Fire On Y M O A NOTES Thursday night our neighbor Â¬ Tho gonerous co operation of tho Young Peoples Societies nnd St Andrews Brotherhood of our city have inudo it posslblo for tho Associa tion to announce nn exceedingly nt tiacmo program for tho Sundav afternoon rallies during July and Delegations will bo sont August from theso organizations to tako charge of tho meeting respectively assigned to them and in this way a varied and Interesting program will fto ottered each Sabbath thus Insur Â¬ city of Lawrenceburg was visited w itli another disastrous fire About Jialfa scjuaro was burned out em bracing tho Christian Church and Por RentStore Room quite a number or other buildings Wall Paper running hack towards tho railroad room In Masonic Tho large depot and up to tho Courthouse 10000 bolts of wall paper at low Temple ono off tho best In tho city amounted to somo Tho loss which Remington mid Crawford Is offered for rent Apply to Cailt prices J5000 or 30000 was partially cov Â¬ bicycles B 0 Milam or Ben T Farmer M A Collins 4 ti ered by insurance 81 tf B M fc Wear A3JMY twice MiJ OTHp IV g ste highest Awards at Centennial Fair Muuhctured Df Heat or Cold Paris and Worlds aftmrAad hv I Ftctorieii Chclago cDi7cn nnnmnnn Pn -- I imbkll hvmiivnivii St Loul New York 71 ml My Il m Jk -- i i Ante tuijfiikiito i8illi3SJBHi KaJJtiaJaJijiLti aMTInlAiiiifiVrr AirjtiAtfaJABiaMtfiiwlag-ni H JUNE CLEARANCE SALE MARKBlD DOWN EYRRATHING lot 6 button Swed6 Mqsquetaire gloves at 75c reduced from 200 J lot Wash Chamois 2 clasp gloves at 58c jreduced from 85c XjCTXIS From 4c yd up 15c Dimities now 10c 20c Dimities now 270 Dimities now 20c 45c Organdies French Organdies wow 30c i Kid Coves price India Linens 75 pieces just received We place them on sale at 5 6 8 10 12 and 15c per yard best values ever offered for this Piques And I2c 7 35c Organdies now 25c yards at exceptionally low prices You can not get along without a White Pique Skirt Wtaol Dress Goods All of our colored wool dress goods at cost All Trimmed Bonnets and Hats at half former prices Â¬ Duoka We offer 1200 Sailors 38c for sailors worth 50c 65c for sailors worth 100 100 for sailors worth 175 ZiStoes and Insertions 200 pieces on sale at 20c doz yds and up Sniat 100 colored waists Val 1 75c waists illinery Par a a ols parasol 50 colored waists 100 100 for an all silk white A Big cut in fancy parasols 311 WLAJSN STIEgESEIN MATRIMONIAL Colonial JOHNSON Daughters Coal and Timber Land Sold Â¬ HOGE FI A3XriSLF03El1 The Most For c re r t In Shelby--vlll- o Rev Win E and Gwatkln of Lawronceburg Weakley of Shelby Miss Anna E vllle wero married by Rev Dr J E Gwalkin brother of the groom assisted by Itev L W Doolan u cousin of tho bride Mr Gwatkin is the young bril Jiant and consecrated pastor of Evergreen Baptist Church this county Miss Weakley is said to be an Jdeal wife for a minister possessing all the Christian graces that adorn a jmre woman Hearty congratulations are extend cd Reaoan Anglin In Lexlpgton on Thursday morning at 7 oclock JUr Con Iteagan and Miss Nellie Anglin were married at St Pauls Church Lexington by Rev Father P Barry Their friends In this city extend cordial congratulations on Tuesday Gvatkin Weakmy J Good Sale Kavanaugh Bros of LeComptes Bottom this county sold to Mr J T Riner fourteen one and two year old steers for 500 This is one of 4b e best sales of stock reported to us for some time Take advantage of great bargain isale of trimmed goods at Mrs Sally 43 2t Thomas Appointed Ensign A M Procter son of Col John R Procter formerly of this city has been appointed to a Lieu Â¬ Mrs Jennie CMorton Registrar requests tho Society of Colonial Daughters to meet her at the His- Â¬ torical Rooms on Tuesday July 4 Miss Hulllo Herndon will read her chapter Herndon Square on Sec Â¬ ond street and extracts will also be of Dr road from the memorial Stuart Robinson kindly contributed to tho history of Second street by that most generous writer of history Col Bennett H Young of Louis- Â¬ ville These oxtracts will corroborate the history of that square of Se ond street on which Dr Robinson lived when a citizen of Frankfort And tho society will then have tho pleasure of seeing and handling that rarest volume of American his Â¬ tory in existence Bradfords His Â¬ tory of Plymouth Plantation the book bo long heard pf as the log book of the May Flower In tho prefaco by tho American compiler of the proceedings inci- Â¬ dent to the return of the manuscript to Massachusetts of which the public has been informed we read Such as it is the book is put forth that the public may know what manner of men the Pilgrims were through what perils and vicissitudes they passed and how much we to day owe to their devotion and deter mi nation This rare book is the gift of that elegant and cultured lady herself a descendant of one of the Pilgrim fathers Mrs John DWhite who spent the past winter in Frank Â¬ fort with Mrs Norwood The society will meet at 11 oclock and it Is hoped all the members will bo present Shooting at Duckers The St Helens Land Coal and Iron Co have through iNir J C Strother the well known attorney of Louisville sold a portion of their valuable coal and timber land for This indicates at opening up of matters there which will he of advantage to the members of this company who nro principally clt- izens of this city 1600 Long and Short Haul Decision WlE I X5L75T Your Money fies us in this claim It 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¬ The State Railroad Commission composed of John C Wood H S Irwin and J F Dempsey have ren dered a decision suspending the pro visions of the long and short haul section of the statute This is a victory for the business interests of Louisville and other cities of the State lying upon the naviga ble rivers and will prevent the shutting down of tho Kentucky coal mines It is good common sense applied to business Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ leather tnrouynout with a wide corn tnp nnrnr 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 Ox ftO VW The famous and patent leather fftthefords tan Queen Qualityshoes vesting tops and newest styles The bet 100 150 For this price we can sell you an 1 uxiuru maae 01 soit nne kid solid Assigned to Duty Copt Jos B Coghlan late of the U S S Raleigh has been assigned to duty us commander of the naval station at Bremerton Puget Sound i94hVB in made for the price Copper Mated All steel Levers Combination Beam Catalogue free Address Jones PERFECT SCALES LA8T FOREVER or Binqhamton INQHAMTON N Laird Schober Cos fine Oxfords These need no intro duction as they are the finest ladies Oxfords made All the up to date styles and toes either patent leather or kid tips 3 00 K 212 Â¬ Our Ladies Sailors at 100 are tenancy junior grade in tho Navy lie served during tho Spanish war His friends here rejoice at his pro motion Leaders NERVOUS WEAK P MEN NO M Â¬ evening a dillieulty occurred between Mr Randall Darnell living at Ducker Station and a tenant of his mimed Robert Cum- mins during which Cummins tired a shotgun twice a Darnell one load taking effect in Darnells leg Inflict ing a painful wound The second shot missed but very narrowly Darnells head Tho ditllculty arose over n wagon On Monday Â¬ R OleQlum St Clair Street Frankfort Ky Son CUR- E- HO PAY Just What been selling The I I Tlin NEW METHOD IHTATMUNT original with DrJ K u K will posv tlolr cure roimcr any form of Ulooc or Soxual disenro It is tho result of 30 years expcrlenco In tho treatment of those diseases Â¬ You Want Fourth of July Rates Southern Ry WE CURE SYPHILIS This terrlLlo Tllood Pnlton ha tei rnr of uunMnd yields readily to our NEW TRISATJIEM1 liowore of Mercury rptasu etc 1 hey may ruin your system Ityoi lia Eorei in too mouth or tongue pains lu tho Joints sore throat hair or owj falling out pimples or blotches ich doramrt mrnt sore fives head aches etc you hae the secondary stago of this Wood lolfon Wo solicit tho most obstinato cane and challenff a the world for A eas o wo acceDt for treatmout and cannot euro Ily our treatment tho ulcers heal tho hair grows again pains disappear tho skin becomes healthy and marrfaga is possible and safe lilrral Yw TVirnnll Vin f Tiimtvitna brother Cummins made good his escape Ho Is only It years of age Darnells wound was dressed and ho Is doing very woll Ho is a cousin Of Mr Jas S Darnell of this city Nomiuated CURES GUARANTEED f vojntr and tnlddleaccd men have their vigor and vitality sapped by early abuses later oxcosses mental worry elc No matter the cause our now iueinoa Treatment is ino reiugo j I R Imm Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery for St Vituss Dance says Mrs IS A Bender of Keene Coshocton Co Ohio He was very nervous and constantly jerking and twitching but now he is as steady as anyone in fact seems entirely He thinks a great deal of Dr cured Pierce Ab a cougli remedy and blood purifier there is nothing better Dr J P Huff of Fleming county was nominated for Senator from the 85th Senatorial District by tho Re publicans on Wednesday Dr Huff served four years as Senator from Our boy has taken three bottles of that district ending with 1805 Â¬ I WECUREIMPOTENCY And restore Ml parts to a normal condi Â¬ tion Ambition life and energy are re Â¬ newed and one fools himself a man among men Every case Is treated Indi Â¬ vidually no cnro all hence our wonder ful success No matter what alls vou Wo can fur oonsult us confidentially nish bank bonds to guaranteo to accom Â¬ plish what wo olalm Sunday School Rally Red Circle Pill a preparation originated by an old and successful Kentucky physician and used by him for sixty years in the treatment of all liver kidney and stomach troubles Tho Red Circle Pill has not been advertised in Frankfort Our sales however havo been phenominal and In every in Â¬ stance tho remedy has given satisfac Â¬ tion Ifyouare8UtTering from dys pepsia indigestion constipation bil iousness jaundieo palpitation ver tigo or with an old fashioned head ache if a fomalo from painful or in sulllcient oroxcesslvo menstruntlonbr from any troublo arising from a dls arranged or torpid liver the Red Circle Pill is warranted to reliovo you or wo are directed to refund you your money Try a box nt 25 cents Once In your family you will never lie without them W McKeo liar 35 tf die J W Gaylo Â¬ For the past six months we havo All agents Southern Rallwny will limit July 7th 18JD round trip Fourth of July excursion tickets ror further information niilriaarnn est ticket agent Wji II Taylok A G P Louisville Ky a a The Nebraska Colorado Express New Train Mr John LAmsden of Versailles President of tho Woodford County Sunday school Convention will hold u Sunday school rally in this city on Sunday July 10 Mr Amsdon and his colnborer in IT IS JUST THB RIOHT MEDICINE the good causo Mr Geo B Miliary FOR A COMPLETE DRACINO UP liavo been very succeasful in tills Send ai one cent stamps to pay the cost work for several years in Wood Â¬ of mailing on a free copy of Dr Pierces ford county and hnvo aroused groat illustrated 1000 page Common Sense in thocauso and greatly in Â¬ Medical Adviser a complete family med Interest ical library In one volume or for 31 stamps creased tho schools in inombershlp a heavier cloth bound copy will be sent Tho place of holding tho rally wUl Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y bo announced later on -Â¬ 250000 TREATMENT CURED EMISSIONS DRAINS UNNATURAL DISCHAIUI KS KIDNEY and 11LADDKR Diseases dONSUITATION FREE HOOKS FREE If unable to call write for 11LANK 1I0MK for QUESTION V cvmiTTia miulii RTitirrrmtR impothnov m winiil We treat and curat A Kennedy Kergan 22 W Fourth St 1 XRfs From June 4th thn nnriiirw Routo puts into service for the far west a now last dally afternoon train rom St Louis for Denver leaving t Louis at 20- - p in arriving nt G20 p m Ono night enroute Di Â¬ rect via St Joseph PIntch lighted equipment vestlbuled sleepers and the Burlingtons famous chair cars seats free Travelers arriving in St Louis la tho morning havo several hours stop Â¬ over privilege This Is the middle way the scenic Wllor Jlotindabout to nnnounco way to tho Pacific Coast You uro authorized lor details ask your ticket agent or me as a candidato for Jailer to fill L W Wakkikv tho unoxplred term of J W Alloy Gonl Passr Agt deceased subject to any regular St Louis Mo tho Democratic party action of W M Shaw 0G 2m W T Saora Dlv Iassr Agt 40H Vino Street Cincinnati Ohio Farm For Sale HOWARD CINCINNATI W19 AsiM O asiM Firm coiUInbiB about 12 one hundred mid In it itood vtiito of cultivation diwlliiuiuidout biilldliiKVln goad ropiilr and I twdtity ucres well w tore on Mulii KlKhorn opposite Sled nmiivlllrt Gill at premises or Inform Ulnn WM CllUllCH June iO lra General Manager St Louis Mo UIjUOTT 411 isVsB 4sTT 4sf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat aEtfBHBffiff TT71 8 4 mmvmrwm Clothing suits 175 and Childs navy suit coat long pants and cap Mens all wool suits 5 were 7 and 750 Large lot of boys wash pants sizes 3 to 8 only 10c Shoes One lot childs slippers tan and black sizrs 5 to 8 50c One lot childs slippers tan and black sizes V2 to ioj One lot Misses slipp rs tan and black 1 to 2 100 Not a pair in either lot that is not worth double the money All our narrow toe Oxfords in ladies sizes sfioo and They sold from 125 1 Mens linen 250 Boys linen suits 100 to 300 90c 200 to 350 mmmAmmi D C CRUTCHER CO 1 FRANKFORT KY D C CATCHER CO Huntington W Va y2 Hats Trunks in two does not mean c Furnishings We have just received a new lot of summer shirts in Madras and silk bosoms prices that will surprise you and knock the wind out of our competitors 65c 50c and 100 75c Good balbriggan underwear at 50c suit Good lA hose tan and black 10c Extra y2 hose tan and black 2 pair 25c Working shirts 25c and 40c from church by Mr Look out William or somebody will be left Tho furmors are wearing smiles MKs Anna Hampton of String since the ruin town is here tho guest of Mr Suter of Covington wfs Stafford and family Mrs Ruth Kite the Luet of her uncl Mr K James Mr Jas Jenkiiis is on the sick Haynts and fainily l uet mjIiooI Is out list this week bad cold being the Miss Ella Carsners of the young man cause in ch to the Mr Razorbill Height of Swallow tobacco patch Hose to chat had his he could the hchool house for tobacco and work field was here Monday on business look with one eye on tho of Switzer is Miss Julia Jacob at her Willi the ot he here the guest 0 the Misses Hock Reo Roai Mr James Ilaynes has treated his ensmilh family to a nice phaeton His Life Was Saved Rev J K P South has been preaching at our chonlhouso forev eral nights accompanied ly Bro Mr J E Lilly n prominent citi Lenox who leads the singing had ztnof Hannibal Mo lately fright-n Kev George Cleveland is to leave wonderful deliverance from a for Cuba this week to preach to the ful death In telling of it he says 1 was tnkVu with Typhoid Fever Cubans My lungs was the guest that run into pneumonia Miss Helen Stafford became hardened I was so weak I Sunday of Miss liesiio Smith last couldnt even sit up in bed Noth Â¬ Miss Virile Bacon and Miss Juliet ing helped me I expected to soon nndML s Beulah Hocensmith visited die o consumption when I heard of One friends at Switzer Saturday night Dr Kings Nev Discovery bottle gave great rtllef I continued and Sunday last to use it and now am well and Our clever candidates for jailer are strong I cant say top much In Its culling on the fanners This marvelous medicine praise of I wonder what has becomePig our is the surest nd quickest euro in the I world for all throat and lung trouble Peaks Mill writer the Pet Regularizes CO cents and 1 Trh 1 hope it hasnt got the cholera Old Batch bottles free at J W Gayies drug store every bottle guaranteed Peaks Mill 5ft the straw hat but the price of it That is what we have done for a great many lines in our straw hat department cut them half in two Dozens mens BHHBggJPZS wEStKBEmam dlSHfe mrimi wnaiw and 1 boys of and childrens dozens linen hats and caps only 25c Trunks bags 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