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WtTJf T- - TnipnfTJ fp V The GEO A VOL Frmkfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPEIU DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO 45 XXII fKor tlio Roundabout The Breath of Love FliANKFORT Honorable Judge of such court but by the Lord Bishop of Loudon Be cause these contain whnt in law Is an nuthentie register of tho mar Â¬ riages of tho founder- of tills city the mimes of their wives and sons and daughters tho lawful issue of Bueh marriages Lotus hope these manuscript histories may be kept in this Historical Society so long as it shall remain In existence in the city or Frankfort The custody of much that Is valuable here changto with the ever varying administrations in tho polit ical goverment of the State but wo can only pray that Kentucky will be willing to follow where she cannot lead In tho ancient examples of the keeplifgof such sacred records in England where palaces and libraries stand for a thouand years their treasures moresaeredly guarded every Â¬ KY SATURDAY JULY I 8 189SI Kentucky Press Association Program VU tws 31 W V Mothlnlrs It is n pnney bloom But nol eho Batd with such perfume No pansy ever blows Tia but a pansy he replied I pjucked It where It grew beside Beside a red rod rose Nom D Plume Meeting of Colonial Daughters B f fcv A - x- - j Svi The Society of Colonial Daughters met at the Historical Rooms in an- Â¬ nual session as announced After tho Society whs called to order Mies Sallie Jackson read an Indian legend Why Indians Paint Their Faces Miss Hallie Hemdon read her sup- Â¬ plementary chapter to Mrs Mortons history of Second street entitled Herndon Square It Is very In- Â¬ teresting and gives information and dates anterior to those given by Collins of the original owner of South Franklort Matthew Clark This chapter completes the history of Second sheet Miss Hemdon will prepare in tne vacation mo nisiory of Steele street lobe read at the rlrst meeting of the Colonial Daughters in October The Log of tho Mayflower Brad fords History of Plymouth Planta Â¬ tion contributed by Mrs John D White to tho Kentucky Historical Society was greatly admired and duly appreciated Mrs Morton read the address of Senator Hoar unon us reception from Mr Bayard at the meeting of v w inenonoraoio mwieuir receive this Jnynluablo treasure for their State HIstoriial Library in Mussnchusetts as a uift from tho Lord Bishop of London Sincere thanks are tendered Capt Ed Porter Thompson for his kindness and general care over the Historical Rooms and to Mr William Abbott for his aasistance in keeping them in order during the past year Mrs Morton also read the following review then the Society adjourned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ year tin iKiirtaiafl Htiifru This Kentucky Historical Society I until October ANNUAL MEETING FOIt REVIEW OP THE SOCIETY OP COLONIAL DAUGHTERS A In reviewing to day this 6th annual meeting of the Society of Colonial Daughters we should feel some degree of satisfaction with our success The object first mentioned in the opening chapter of our organization is To restore the Kentucky This we have Historical Society done And bccondly we were to write the history of the piomers and founders of the city of Frankfort giving along with their history the genealogy of tho members of the Society of Colonial Daughters This we have done Thirdly wo have written the history of tho Capital by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort Ky July 4 1699 WJn Iimia ftnluhixl nJnrth IV M Frankfort and are now writing up of South Frankfort How h tasks must be left to others less paitiai decide Let -- i T rthMrnmi three na the reorganization we were enabled ua na by the legal advice and courtesy of na GO Governor Win O Bradley to effect ua Kentucky since the Gth h M broupht na ua 0f October 18J in touch with En na ua lauA Scotland Wales rreland DO ua Germany Italy France and our new ca possessions in the islands of tho ua na ocean It has filled these book cases ua na with the rarest books of information ua oa of every thing and every nation known to the world Ga ua As Secretary I have carefully filed na ua ln ttse bok cuged every ewSpaper ca i 0 aa niint imntiot u wiltiri Ul O I III UU Mill UVUIIIH OI ca uu imijjiiiiuv iuii by neand in my the 11th at which time all the mem- - PJfl ca and book received g ua na published reports will bo found a bers of tho K P A their wlveslcii ua na notice of such together with a notice children sweethearts and sisters are aa ua Ga ca ofeverv nicturo or nortralt loaned or nv rniwofo DM - Telephone ioo Office Head of Clinton Street ua given to tho Society This was all I will run up tho Ohio as far as the S na At ua omm agree 10 no fTl xoaouiu uliht mouth ot orepti river making a very nnct naRnnRnnRTtraraonnnnnnarjarjncarnnnranannnnRannBnEa person who may be adequately compensated for the labor and time party will bo entertained with vocal must be delegated the task of cat Â¬ and Instrumental music and served aloguing in library order in a pub- Â¬ with refreshments Tho excursion lished magazine the names of books boat will return about 1230 or 1 a their classification in history and m literature pictures portraits audi relics Ours has been the labor of Jove a id patriotism to awaken in Ken- business tuckians a proper belf respect and ap- - session will be held at which time preclatlon of their Interesting and the election of officers of tho K P remarkable history A for tho ensuing fiscal year will Tho corner stones so to speak of ako place this State Historical Society were Among tho festivities a dance to laldln 1839 40 The building com tho Press Gantr is contomnlated menced and abandoned from tihie to and It will likely assume definite time It took symmetrical propor- form as the timo draws nigh tions in 1879 80 when under the Thomas llhoads Centerfield O Â¬ fostering care of the Legislature it writes I suffered from piles seven years No remedy gave mo was established with a charter that or eight cannot be abolished It is now under relief until DeWitts Witch Hazel our generous caie nn wol as mat of Savo less than a box of which cured d henllnt tHrfwtiv Â¬ the State a beautiful edifice not yet harmless Beware of counterfeits large enough for its possibilities and J E Tyler its fame Improvement To another century must we go for aid to keep its treasures and Tho Cemetery Company has put publish a magazine such as would down a granitoid walk around the reflect credit upon the State Hav- monument In the cemetery so much however State f 8 accomplish iei ua nm We publish an advertisement of but with unflinching perseverance Kodol Dyspepsia Cuke In our col- Â¬ and hope in our cause let us keep on umns this issue and wish to say to until the whole building is fitly our readers that we believe this prep- I v vUUU Iffiittr j thrnlifyt B Wo give below the general and speclul program oflho K P A HiHmiWlYI iinviTCtV1V5OTlMt1l Extensive preparations are being uu mswzmwiissmRXBmsEStoi Hl made in the city of Henderson for aa tho reception and entertainment of na ca B3 the members of the Kentucky Pros 5 na Association at their thirtieth annual na na ca BO meeting rcn Since the invitations were formally uu na DQ extended to the olllcers of the K P au DO un na A through tho medium of the Bu vu vu bci en siness Mens Association the Entoi en VU na tainment Committee of the last cu na vu named association composed of CF nn na azi Klelderer chairman and Messrs E CCinEinEinnnnnnRnnnnnnnRnnHFnnn C Sebree F Haag John II LanA gBCuuauaeauouaciauuuiiutiuauaair bert L Klee John A Lvne 8 C3 f H Thompson H P Barrett and W j ca W Williams has been actively at 8a g work arranging matters The program as arranged by this ga Lay in your winter stock now committee nnd others who ureci working in conjunction with it is n U9 uhnnr na Uuno Vanderpool Southern Jellicoand uuuuuo fnllnvva Qn sessions will be held ua The business en in tho Opera House the first one aa Wooldridge Jellico being at 230 oclock Tuesday July ca a 11 at which time transportation to na I have the exclusive agency for ca an Petoskey will be furnished At tho EJU conclusion of this session the mem- Â¬ BCI the celebrated Vanderpool the bers of tho local Reception Committee DJ na will take chargo of the guests and ca best yarding coal on the market na show them various points of interest uu The Entertainment Committee has nn Big lumps does not slack in cu na chartered the fast and commodious cu steamer Jewel for the purpose of tak en weather ing the K P A on an excursion up na the river This boat will leave tho na 5m ww yLUUliULJUULiLltjLkifiiriiiriiirituiiintiiiriiLiPiLfifji3riuitajt3aiati Its A Hot no ca na ua ca na ua na DO DO DO DO Subject to ca nn Â¬ Talk About Just Now 5 But Your Interests Demand It I I na ua na ua na an na ua na ua oa na ua na ua na ua na ua nn ua na a DO GO no ii i A Dudley Blanton iThniri 1 Hails flails flails thSXSvSJJS1- I ttT Â¬ I ST AGO AMEEIGAN reunion dinners WALL PAPER Elegant samples 1899 patterns PISHING TACKLE Just opened our new stock Fish hooks from 3 8 inch to 5 inches long MASONIC TEMPLE 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 BACOH ANN STREET 1ST ttv R 1 4- - V thtenaCownoObyorondvor founden uloneers Mrb Jennie C Mohtun cityinve been transferrin to mo Registrar State Historical Society that theso histories may bo kept with sacred DeWitts Little Early Risers ex Â¬ care They contain what in En- Â¬ pel from tho t ystem all poisonous gland and ln New Englund are con Â¬ accumulations regulate tho stomach sidered the most precious heiitagea bowels and liver und purify tho away State or country can have tho data blood They drive and givedisease health and deaths dissipate melancholy of the marriages births nnd vigor for the dally routine Do of theuien and women to whom we not gripe or sicken J E Tyler owe our being and to whuse courage patriotism and Arreatea and Intelligence fortitude we owe tho pos Christian session of this beautiful State and lleury Black of color was arrested city and hold over to tho Circuit Court on In England EUh histories are Mondav for playingCluudoMolnotto kept in tho locked libraries of tho on Paul Fletcher ali o colored Lord Bishop or London They hold such papers as ln tho nature and Gun shot wounds and powder sprains wounds value of public record which must bums cuts bruises Inject stings from rusty nails kept as belonging to tho Sco of Ivy poisoning quickly healed nnd be by London vested In tho Conslstorial DoWltts Witch llacl Salve Pos- See and any dis I lively prevents blood poisoning Court of tho said DoWItto posal of tl in must bo authorized Bowaro of counterfeits not only by order It bued by the is bate and buhu J E Tylor 1 do for you all tho manufacturers claim for It wo hOy Wtovo II wlft Is pro- - DYSPEPSIA CURED DYSPEPSIA TABIETS Burn and Constipation Â¬ 1 I Â¬ ro fmred by the well C known and Co firm of E DeWItt Chicago and from our long exper- Â¬ ience in a business sense with that Arm as advertisers wo feel safo in Baying that they would not placo on tho market a preparation for tho euro of dyspepsia unless thoy had a remedy of the highest merit and conscientiously believed It would euro ttiat almost universal complaint no luiuiui mm unit 11 nun jnujJiir ntlmi IhiyiiimI tntlinntlinr vill linnivn remedies inndo by them viz De Witts Llttlo Early Risers DoWitts Witch Ilnwl Salve and OnoMlnuto CoughCurelt will speedily win s w oto 1Julc fllvor Wo cheorlully and heartily glvo our public Indorsement to this con corn and tho reliability of tho goods they manufacture wJiich latter has been largely tho means of thoir sue cess and In writing this voluntary endorsement on our part wo feel that wo are simply performing a duty that we owo our readers Â¬ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets All other remedies okiming to ouro indigestion nnd dyBpepslu contain PEPSIN in one of its forma and ns loug aa lDlSIN la supplied to n weak or even houlthy stomnah In the Bluipe of inodlclue nature will oeusu to nmko it and the DYBPEPSIO DOSE will not bo able to do without IiIh and of course never bo oared of his trouble A stomach that will promptly digest food must tnako its owu PEPSIN and not rely upon modioine for this most important ageut AtnerioHii Dyspepsia Tablots oontain no PEPSIN uor othor PEPTIO ngenta but aroaotuposed of four old nud woll kuown vegetable reraedlea whloh in oombl imtlon will soon effoot a cure by restoring the stomnoh to its normal condition We furnish no book on the BTOMAOH and its DISEASES no ALMANAC uu pnzti lor me ummiioi uuuiuur ui wiappurs oui will B0I1U a trial box to aujr iiuuresH tree ot cost AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS nro put up in Oo paakagei and aro to be had nt J W unyloa and W II Averills or by nddreasing THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO LOUISVILLE KY ft f Ptiwffr Jjft iBi AjiUfatAUJiJLlL ci - JHiMj 1 iiOiLiti i JthJiL jLiAiit1 niyiffflw w mSSSSSSSm JWJV -- vWf rpTTapipp wrar PHPR TfS v p i ggiis Hi 1 We Are More Than Pleased We have had the best April and May trade that we have enjoyed for the past five years We are satisfied times are getting better and we are look- Â¬ for a very large fall trade so during the month of m9 JJWJE we are goiug to offer ing some extra bargains in every department as we are determined not to carry over any sum- Â¬ mer goods Our stock is very large Call on us we will try and please you 8 U With our business this spring - tftf m KKK SJS5SISSKSjtKK PERSONAL WEITZEL Â¬ Â¬ ODONNELL A 11 1 1 Mrs BHgh of Louisville was tholOupt Ed Porter Thompson this guost of Mr VV G Chapman and wife woak Airs George Daniel is spending a Commandor Asa N Walkor arrived tnis weeici Mrs Willis Green and Miss Eliza- Ifaok near tho ForliB of Elkhorn hero on Saturday beth Smith have gono to Danvillo for Miss Addle Fleming has returned Miss Fannie Gray is visiting friends the summer from a visit with friends in Cincin- Â¬ at Fort Smith Ark Miss Mary Mason Scott has re- nati Mr A Sohoberth of Versailles was turned from a visit to relatives in Misses Nelllo and Graoo Morris aro in tho city Monday Lexington spending the summer in Grayson It L MoOready was a visitor Rev Mis3 Nellie Murphy has returned county in Ahiyavlile this week from a pleasant visit to friends in Mrs David Nlcol and daughter Mrs L L Oborwarth is visiting Lexington M 8s Mary Todd aro visiting friends relatives in Lexington Mrs S F J Trabuo and daughter i i Woodford county A Prof Ernest It Jones of Bwltzor of Louisville are guests of her sister Mr Tom Hall of E H Taylor jr Mrs E E Hume was in the city Monday Sons spent the fourth with his Dr Thos P Grant of Louisville lelatives in Nelson county MissM Loekett Smith is visiting visited Miss Annie Herndon near this HHon Lucas Moore Commissioner relatives at Harrodsburg city this week of Agriculture spent the past week Mr V H Posey made a business with relatives in Indiana Misses Hattie and Emmio Scott trip to Versailles Saturday have returned from a pleasant visit Mrs Charles W Saffell was called Miss Frances Wolff visited friends to Georgetown to Louisville the first of tho week to in Georgetown this week Miss Nora Miller of this ofllco attend the fnneral of Mrs M Mul Mr Muck Pliythlan went to Louis- - spent several days with relatives in doon on Tuesday altei noon ville Lexington this weok Mr 0 0 Furr and wife were called Mr Mahlon M Oliow is visiting Miss Keller of Lexington and Miss to Salvisa Wednesday by tiio bouous relatives at Cleveland Ohio Jones of Nashville uro guests of illness of his sister Mrs Dr Nelson left Monday Mrs Dr W A Dolling Mr Waltor Goodwin and wife of Mr John P Hanley Nashville Tenn who have been visitfor a trip to New York Oity Misses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis ing relatives here have returned A Miss Rose Crittenden is tho gueifc spent Sunday in this city the guests home of Miss Margaret A Lewis of frienas in New York City Mrs McHenry Rhoads and children Mr Johnson Barrett wife and Mr H 0 Dunigan of Woodfoid Ky Go everywhere else and then come to u and we will daughter Miss Florence are visiting have g ne to Millwood be gone to visit county was in the city Monday several her father They will relatives in Cincinnati weeks Miss Maggie Mae Thompson is Miss Eleanor Cannon of Woodford visiting relatives in bcott county Mrs S T Railey who has been the county spent Monday Mrs Sam J Shepherd has gone to the guest of relatives in this city the guest of her sitter Mrs J B Lewis Ttiird street loft for Lexington on Georgetown on a visit to relatives Mrs Quinly has gono to Louis- Tuesday RHODES BURFORD TO FURNITURE SUCCESSOR COMPANY of Owensboro ville toPearl hor husband They will Miss Leila Calhoon join Mrs M B R Day and Miss Maggie was a visitor in this city this week in future reside ttiere Russell left Monday for Ft Hamilton N Y to visit their sister Mrs Col Mr G Tilford Clark of Lexington Mrs J Swlgert Taylor Monday returned Saturday fromand children L M Maus was in the city Sunday and a visit to Esq W L Cannon wife nnd son Miss Flora Footo of Lexington was relatives in Louisville TTfrnm Pawit nnrl Mian NaIHa flrhl- tho guest ot relatives here tins ween Mr Uob Farmer who is attend A Ta nnn BUU ui tirnJ41 UUUUbJj DUUV bUU VVUUU1U1U Furniture and Carpets 223 471 225 Main Street Miss Ella Johnson is tho guest cf ing the Business College at Lexington 4th in this city spent tho 4th in this city Mrs TIiob L Uradley in Lexington Mr Roland Denson wife and son Mrs Bon T Farmer and children Georce of Louisville were guests of M Miss Southgate of Newport is the gueHtof Mrs T F Taliaferro in this have returned from a weeks visit to Mr George Huffman and wife several rjlatives at Farmdale days this weok city Mrs MilliUen and son Mr Charier Miss Louise Wright who has been Mr Mnupln Woodsoti of this offlce visiting Mrs S French wore guests oi Mrs Wm spent thu lourili of July in Pleasure gone to Philadelphia PennHoge has this week Mr Milliken has Cromwell just como vlllo Mr H II Roberts nnd wife re- back from Cuba his sister Mr V W Hines visited Mr a Prof Geo 0 Downing Mrs 1 U VauuH biixiuj utiect this turned from onvisit to tho Lexington Steele Reading bavo gone and Lea to Sunday night Chautauqua week to attend Prof McHenry Rhoads has gono to Angeles Ual Convention the National Mrs Susie Conway and sou are GENTS LADIES iios Angeles Ual to attend the Educational spending tho heated term at Oweiis National Educational Convention Miss Bessie Staten who has been horo Dryden for COLUMBIAN COLUMBIAN Mr 0 T Duvall of Penks Mill was the guest of Miss Kittle Mrs V A Kaltonbrun and children days in the city on Monday and called to several countyreturned to her home in on Tuesday Shelby have gone on a vacation to Woodlord see us Ho reports business good county Mr H C Kendrick wife and ni cf Mrs Mamie Master Ray Mooro returned Mon KornanJamos N Dyson noo visiting Llttlo Miss Lali of Louisvillo spent of Cameron Mo is tho Fourth hi this city the gueaisof ay lrom a visit to relatives in her mother and sisterson Broadway Col O E Nason and wUe on Lewis Tiuihna W Smith of Cincinnati street Mrs Col Jas A Scott and daughter Ohio is A visiting Mr W 0 Woods of St Louis Mo her npphow Mr Cincinnati on Miss Oiara wont to All wo requires is 100 down bnlancn payoblo after examination Richard Morris and wife in this city who has been visiting relatives in Tuesday Wo nro the only tnotory in tho United States selling direct to rider this city left for Georgetown on Mr Wo guarimtoe our goods for two years most liberal guarantee over given Mrs Edward Drane of Eminence stay in John D Rako aftor a years Monday to visit his sister Mrs T H is back Wo givo more options than the regular dealers You cau havo your was the guest of Capt Ed M Drane country Arkansasandglad to in Gods Bradley again get there choico of color height of frame or any gear desired Saturday Mrs August Prelsmeier Mrs Geo Our bicycles hava nil the lutest Improvements large tubing flush joints Rev II W Elliott State Evangelist and Misses Josio and Bookie Mrs Will Graham and daughter largo spoUclnts urohed fork crown drop haugor etc of tho Christian Church was tho Sehultze of Louisville were guests of have been spending this week in guebt of Mr W GSimpson this week Helm all Write for catalogue giving full description to day Mr Alex Szymanski nnd wile Bridge Lexington Miss Nellie Leo Dora has closed her street this weok Mrs W P Hudson jr and son music class for tho Mrs Mary Hayoraft Mrs Goo F have gone to BUmlord Conn to spend turned to hor homo Bummer and re- Berry Mrs Eliza Bailey Mrs S D at Charleston the summer Johnson and Mrs A Rollins Buuiam Ills April 29 3m attended the meeting of tho Womens Miss Lena Scott of this ofllco Mr Jno Will Johnson and wife Club at the Lexington Chautauqua ppent several days in Georgetown have returned from a visit to their Miss Marie Miller of Chicago Ills this weok son Mr W B Johnson In Mt Sterl Â¬ and Miss Florence E Wilson of ing Mrs Womack ofUreonuu was tho Painful Accident Public Benefactor Ohilllcothe Ohio who have been the guest of Moj WT Havens and wife Rev Lewis N Thompson of Louis- charming guests of Mrs ti B Jeffers this week ville was tho guest of his father this county returned home on Tues Miss Mamie Stevenson of LexIngJ ColGcorgP H Stehlin tho phi day Miss Margaret A Lewis left Tues luntliropic gentleman who uuppllcs ton who has been tho guest of her day for Los Angeles Cal to attend limn unci benst with water free ml her cousin Miss Flora Bello Shep Â¬ tho National Educational Convention d reuses our readers this morning In herd wus out riding a wheol on and to visit her brother Mr Will regard to his great bargain In furni- Â¬ Monday evening when tho blko The scrubbing brush Is the implement of torture with Sho will bo gono until A Lewis which thousands of women are wearing out their lives ture carpet3 and other house fittings slipped and sho was thrown off September Its the true causa ot Mrs Helen McClure and daughter Read what ho says and then Inter- bruising one of her limbs and her half of their wrinkles Miss Maltie who navo been visiting view him and you will not fall to back quite severely Slid is a deli Â¬ ihalfthelrbackaches 0 Mrs Jas A Hodges in Louisville half their weakness cate girl and her friends wero quite u week or so have returned home ninki u trade lor uneasy about her but sho Is doing ns and wo aro glad to say both uro much improved in heulth An Epidemic of Diarrhoea nicely as could bo oxpected Mr Robt A Gray spent a vacation with his parents JMr i V Gray und writing from Mr A Sanders comes to their relief Used with this great wife and has gono to Indianapolis do and See Him scrubbing brush loses its cleanser the Intl to reside Ho has u position Caeoanut Grovo Fla says thero hits y terror at once All clean pvJisV with the Ulanton Mill Co of which been qulto an epidemic of diarrhoea ing is easy wan uoia Mr Harvey Blanton formerly ot this there lie had a severo nttuck and Dust It does the work city is tho head Col A Dudley Dlunlon tho hus inhalf tho tlmcuith half was cured by four doses of Chamber Gen D W Linusoy Wm B Bridge the effort and at half the ford Henry F LindboyPaulSuwyltr lulus Collcv Cholera nnd Diarrhoea tling young con merchnnt comas to cost of soan oranvother D Wicks Lindsoy Hurry Bacon and Remedy Ilosays ho also recom Â¬ tho front to day with his new coal For greatest economy buy our large package cleanser Rice Rossen compose a camping and mended It to others anil they nay It ad Read It and then go nnd sfo ilshlng party that have gone down Is THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY tho best medicine they overused him nnd you will bo 6uro to purchaso on the yacht Emily tho river BOSTON For 81110 by J W Guylo druggist your winter coal from him NEW YORK ST lOUS OIKAGO Thoy aro having tho boBs time FEW LEADERS JUST FOR STARTER m A i Â¬ 100j A cotton chain matting 15c per yard A Brussells carpet 45c per yard cotton carpet at 20c per yard A eood bed room suit A good iron Led A Jarge Mammoth Eocker 1250 250i Â¬ ff 4 George H Stehlin 1899 ryyvwwwwswwwvywwyvwM8MjvgTyy Â¬ HIGHEST GRADE BICYCLE 2O50 BEST - BICYCLE - BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT Â¬ COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO CLEVELAND OHIO I ATIIaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAAxII Â¬ Â¬ LENGTHENS YOUR LIFE w DUdl Washing Powder ltWi o Mi 4Jliwm i A c 1L Â¬ IS i I Â¬ I wait litaaMttit jitiWWk ksAk dirtlA fctJi iift ii A fltiiA i rt ftSHHlHiflfi KEf - Si - j AT WW rggErjnra vaAra h in IK- Savage and Probably Fatal Cutting W F nxjiDSoisr Thanks Mens blue serge suits strictly allwqol 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 xrimmed 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¬ J IftH -- EX night Mr Sam Sanders Jr and Mr August Weber manager of Mra U Kagins restaurant and saloon cor- Â¬ ner Broadway and Lewis streets be- Â¬ came involve1 in a difficulty in the B U fr PB 8r kit c rr fl wi t Wo are under obligations to our friend Mr J Luciati Waggener sr for a copy of the 4th of July menu of the Pennhurst Hotel where he is stopping this summer The menu card is a handsome course of which young Banders souvenir and we thank our friend plunged a knife Into Webers abdo for his kindly thought fulness of success men twice inflicting serious and those left behind In labors grind probably fatul wounds Little Nellie Miles daughter of Mrs Dr A M Miles we are glad to Physicians were tit onco sum- Â¬ say is out again She has been con moned who attended to Webers fined to her room with measles wounds and pronounced them very Miss Nettle Smith was out buggy serious if not fatal riding with Mr Oscar Clark Sunday Sanders was arretted and released afternoon on bond Miss Loula Manford will teach the The knife used by Sanders was a Persons have been known to Antloch school thisa year We hope savage looking article with a blade she will teach good school day by taking Dupe Dr A M Miles and daugh- Â¬ some Ave inches long It was a gain a pound Mrs spring clasp knife and is a dangerous an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL- Â¬ ter Nellie visited Miss Agnes SION It is strange but it often Brawner of Frankfort last Monday weapon for close quarters Misses Ida and Maude Semones We could not learn the particulars happens as all parties are very reticent about Somehow the ounce produces visited relatives in Choatevlllo last week Young Sanders was the matter the pound it seems to start the Our Dr Minish has been qulto sucdrinking digestive machinery going prop cessful since he has been here Peaks Mill erly so that the patient is able Dr Qinn of Polssrrove passed to digest and absorb his ordinary through our city last Monday Still hot and dry No prospects of food which he could not do be- Â¬ Every body seemed to enjoy the rain excursions etc were Every Jbody or nearly every body fore and that is the way the gain 4th thePicnics day go that all is visiting is made Mrs Bobert Suter visited friends Miss Vlrglo Bacon and Miss Beulah A certain amount of flesh is in Frankfort this week Hockensmlth spent the Fourth in Mr Bobert Spalding called on Frankfort vlslilng friends and rel necessary for health if you have atives not got it you can get it by Miss Annie Smith Sunday Mr Ira Semones called on Miss Mrs John Pierce is confined to her taking Annie Moore of Frankfort Sundav bed with a sprained ankle e I saw in the Bouxdaijout of last William says ho dont like week where Bro Cleveland had gone It Is too easy broken to Cuba but it is a mistake for I It is rumored that thero will be a saw him tho other day or he did not our midst soon wedding in You will find it just as useful In sumiuei stay very long Bank vegetation and malaria as in winter and if you are thriving upon Aslamback in this land for a Threshing Is In full headway In it dont stop because the weather is warm short time I will continue to give vou a few items while here Three this section the wheat crop being a joe nd too all druggists cheers for the dear old Roundabout short one DOWNS Chemists New York SCOTT Who Am 1 Quito a number of our people attended the picnic at the mouth of High Bridge Excursions Cboatevllle Elkhoru All report having had a good time Excursions are run from Cincinnati The crops of this place nvi needing 11111I Miss Mant Qwlnn of Elmville rain very much all points south every other spent Sunday in our midst the guest Sunday to High Bridge Thero Our protracted meeting conducted isnt a more beautiful place to of Mr Jos Jenkins und wife by Bev II M Polsgrove closed than this entrancing spot visit You Mr John Olliver and wife of Mt Sunday night with much good ac Â¬ it Vernon passed through the Mill the complished we hope We had four- Â¬ ennr nflnrd to missOne The rate is remarkably low dollar from fourth enrouto to the picnic teen additions nine for baptism the fiuiiciiiuuii fifty cents from Lexing Bed Bohe others camo from other churches ton and like low rates from other Those confessing their sins from points Ask your ticket agent ahout A Happy Event time to t me duriiu tho protraciol it You cannot afford to miss this meeting were calmly hurled with pleasant day on the river Your By the following which we clip Christ in the quiet untis ol Benson ticket agent will trlvo you rates from tho Chicago Inter Ocean of creek near Conways Mill at 4 dates nnd schedules for these excur Â¬ Wo hop June 30 it will he seen that a former oclock Sunday evening of Christ sions they will ho good servants Frankfort young lady hus become a Miss Fannie Hearn will teach our Spendld Success bride She was a popular and lovely school uii tin this year girl when hIio resided here and wo Misses Ida and Maud Scmones of The picnic given by tho Y M I Haivioutmi were in our nrldst last at Covo Spring Park on Tuesday tender our congratulati ons The murringe of Miss EHzaboth week attending our meeting and July 4 was a splendid success It They also attended Bacon Pickett daughter of Joseph baptizing was an nil day affair While- tho D Pickett former State Superln church at Benson Sunday morning Education of Kentucky Tho Ice cream supper given by crowd was not very largo during tho itendont of to Professor And row Alexander the members of the Choatevlllo morning soon niter noon tho grounds Bruce of Wisconsin University Church Saturday night was quite n began to fill up with happy people took place last evening at the home success A very largo crowd wa3 irom an cue waiKS 01 me aim uy a of the brides father No 31 Thatcher present p in tho park was fairly alive with avenue Illvor Forest Owing to the Mr N Ij Moore and wife of Mrs Pickett the guests his daughters Mrs Minnie visited them ill health were limited to relatives and Inti- Emma fern th last Saturday and Tho base ball music dancing fire and mate friends Tho ceremony was Sunday works nnd cako walk wero first class porlbrmed at 830 oclock by the ltov C P Anderson of tho Grace Thero wore qulto a number of Dry in every way and tho fun was kept Episcopal Church Oak Park The Bldge anil Guoo Creek girls and up until 1 a in of Wednesday neces brldo was gowned in white silk hovs out buggy riding on the Choato sitating tho running of tho street veiled with white silk mulle and vlllu pike Sunday ntternnou cars until 2 a m she carried brides roses She was Mrs Lotlm Moore of Bridgeport The receipts wero very satisfactory attended by her sister Miss Glenn Is visiting friends in this town Tho management Is to bo congrat Picket who was attired In white Mrs Elllo LeConmto and daugh Â¬ ulated upon tho fact that this Is the organdie and lace Alter the cere mony there was a reception for sixty ter of Bridgeport visited Mrs Sam first time their fourth of July picnics tmesis Prollvrtor and Mrs Brute Hulclt last week has escaped a deluge of rain thus left for Paw Paw Mich where they Uev II M Polsgrovo begun a will spend the summer The ttrKlo protracted meeting tit Mt Zlon preventing as successful an enter groom Is one of the iiiHtruelois of the Church lust Monday night ttlninentas thero might havo been law department of Wisconsin Uniotherwise Item versity MidWhiakey Habit Ilarvlcluiid About 1123 p m on Thursday are preparing for the threshing Wo are needing rain in this vicin- Â¬ ity very much Bev Mr Geo Cleveland will preach to tho congregation at Anti och Sunday morning at 11 oclock Tho Sunday school at Ant loch Is progressing nicely Wo have largo We hope that every- Â¬ attendance body in the community will take a part In this good work and make it a wrmi fiflvt wt ntHtrw- M 1 i t Well I Declare A THREAD CUTTING THIMBLE N OUR FREE GIFT TO SUBSCRIBERS BSCH fICXMIrtl Mtl JSi fictrittfttt4 Iwj crrcrccctttl Cifdtcil Ww KMJtff if cc f ii 1 i oftrit rrntA How To Gain Flesh Â¬ M RfKJf CffffffMll i ti s N i i i M N Â¬ ill rZ mi Wl l jfflffi JiMnllllli i Sl 1 V5 I Glass--war- ftcoirs pulsion I I j Â¬ PATENTED Tho Dentists Enemy Just tho nticlo evory womnn hns iitwuyn wanted No mnro hunting for tho scissors or ruining your teeth by aliening off tliiciul After cutting thread with scissors you strngIo it through your teeth so you enn thread through tho needle Our tlmnblu frnys tlio end rendy to twist to n point You will catch tho knack of snapping off the thrond in n fow moments pnictico then you will wonder lww you over got nlong without it or did not invent it your- Â¬ self I OUR UNIQUE PREMIUM It our dcslro that everybody in this section should bo n constant render of tho Roundabout to this oud iu viow wo havo sccuroU nt considerable ex Â¬ pense theso thread cutting thimbles for our renders Thoy nro beautiful You all know tho valuo of tho ordinary Ster- Â¬ H Sterling Silvor good weight ling Silver thimble tells in tho stores from 50 to CO coats ours with tho patent cutter sells at 75 cents ia m mi Our Unparalleled Offer Tho Roundabout for ono year and tho Sterling Thread Cutling Thimble will bo sent jou from now until January 1 1000 for 100 Yon can purohaso the thimble oven if you nro not a subscriber by sending us 7Ao To all sub- Â¬ scribers who nro already paid up in advance who wish to tnko advantagaof this premium wo will show our appreciation by sending you tho thimble on receipt of 25 cents Ho suro to send sizo of thlmblo you wear JIEMEMHEU Tho best is I - none too guod for our readers 1 2ESSZQK5ZSZ5ZSZiX ZS2SZ ROUNDABOUT 17S2SZZZ5ZZI Â¬ Â¬ Issued a handsome Summer Folder of ahout ll pages giving description If Tho Louisville Southern has Just use you havo piles cuhe them No undergoing horrlhlo operations that simply romovo tho results of tho cuts and complete information ahout disease without disturbing tho dis Placo the summer re orts In tho south easo itself Witch your confldenco In Hazel al ve It has reached hv that line Copies of this DoWitts flrlft iitll hf 11111ll1fi IVim in tmv ml nover failed to euro OTiimts it will dress by Win II Tavloe M AMGen not fall to cure you Tyler Hemp- Â¬ a n -- IU VYLMllU hill and Wm MolvooIIardie IHSS iVUUlll JMHlllll Ivy Louisville j Kentucky Chautauqua Lexlngtn Try tho Capital Steam avin dry for iv clean shirt or collar 10 Tolophono 17 tf Tho farmers of this 0 immunity ato through harvesting their wheat and flPIUM XUlJ rfli4na u curod at houia villi out pain Book of yr DR C Olll ttcuurs lent FrJEh B M WOOt UY CD 1W OIU ItJOI OI June 27 to July 7 For tho above occasion tho Southern Ity will sell round trip tickets Irom Its stations 13 Lexlntiton Ky July Shelby vlllo and east thereof to Lex Â¬ Special minced round trip rate- via ington on Juno 2ii to July 7 re Â¬ the Queen it Crescent Route from duced rates tickets good until atJuly all stations In Kentucky on this Mh Ask your ticket iigeut for occasion Apply to nearest agent Suit full particulars Uy for further information Republican State Convention lth ratra mmmm mwmmsmisa Tits FrauKfort flomafioiit LARGEST STOCK LOWEST - PRICES Ce Â¬ - Entered nttlie postofllce nt Frankfort Kentucky as socorKt cluss mailable matter GEO A LEWIS FIUNKFOIIT Editor and Pub JULY 8 1800 Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lim ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deering Mowers Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron fin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash Just before 2 oclock Suniliiy morn Â¬ Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue ing two lieavy explosions onu folPipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen lowing the other In quick succession Doors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose aroused a large number of our cit Â¬ Farming Implements Guns Powder izens from their slumbers ami en used Safe mowing and Attempted Burglary Â¬ and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Currtes Fertilizer American Clover Seed Saver anxious inquiry to be mtulo us to the cause It developed later in tiie morning tluit an attempt bud been made to blow tho safe of the Frankfort Ele vator Coal Co in their ofllce at the foot of Steele street South Side A KoUNDAUOUT man visited the scene and found that a heavy sledge hammer two coal chUcls and two crimping bars had been used by the burglars and were left by them when they made their exit after finding that their labors on the safe were vain One of the chisels was driven Into the top of the right hand door Just whero the doors come together The handle of tho door and the combina tion bad been broken off by blows from the sledge and two sticks of dynamite inserted in the holes thus left The explosion did very little dam Â¬ age to the safe itself which is a splendid piece of workmanship Books and turners were literally torn to shreds by the force of the ex- Â¬ plosion The windows and doors of the ofllce were blown away but strange to say the telephone in a corner but a few feet away was not injured and a glass coal oil lamp sitting within two feet was not broken although the chimney of the lump was blown clear across tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ST CLAIR STREET Forks of Elkhorn Pea Rldgc Â¬ C3C3T Go mY XISrj what a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Thoy aro not food but medicino and tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 cent3 per package I Iflvi are Cats Baby Buggies 7r just CariyB Condltfon rovrdcrs Many celebrated tho Fourth by at tending picnics Miss Ida Brown of Millvllle vis ited Mrs Dr Tinder last week Mr George Brock and daughter Miss Carrie spent Tuesday near Louisville with Mr Brocks Mster Mrs D B Thompson Mr Stafford SpicerJ was the guest of his family Sunday and Monday last Mr Maurice Brock spent this week in Lexington attending tho Chautauqua Mrs Dtivnll of Frankfort spent part of this week with her sister Mrs Clay Stone Miss Roberta Moore is in Lexing ton attending the Chautauqua Â¬ Si a 1 ONLY ME No Right to Ugliness The woman who Is lovely In face form and temper will always have office Theburglarshadevidently watched and timed their visit so as to catch the watchmen nt tho elevator when they were at work on tho coal barges of which there were live in which a lot of water had accumulated and the watchmen were pumping them out when the mischief was done Owing to our splendid police force arrangements there were no guar- Â¬ dians of tho law on that side of the river and when theoflkers appeared on the scene after the explosion tho slick gentlemen of burglarious per suasion had departed in search of an easier thing As Saturday was tho first of tho mouth the burglars evidently reus ontd that the Elevator Co had received a considerable sum of money after the closing of tho banks and this tempted them to make the raid Later in the day tho Elevator Co had an expert to open the safe when it was found that very little damage had been done tho safe itself and the contents wero Intact Â¬ friends but one who would be at- Â¬ tractive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in tho world to reculate stomach liver and kid neys nnd to purify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complex ion It will make a good looKing charming woman of a run down invalid Only CO cents at J W Gayles drug store TheFool Killer Â¬ Tho Interesting meetings at Choalo vllle held for the last three weeks by Rev H M Polsirrove closed last Sunday with 14 additions 5 by letter and by baptism Mi3 Viola Tracy of B tgdad is visiting Mrs Ellen Dennis this week Miss Florence Aubrey of Frank foil was the guest of her sl tor Mrs Lena Hulett of Clioatevllle this week Mrs Wright and daughter of Autloeh were the guests of her sis ter Mrs W Tracey last week Miss Bessio Tracey of Christian burg is the guest of ner aunt Miss Annie Tracey Mrs Urban Stephens of Kansas City Mo who has been visiting at Mr Taylor Collins for several weeks has returned to her western Home Wo think the request ol the ladies and people who travel tho road by Gaineys Bridge ought to be attended to It certainly is dangerous and but little expense would alter It so as to make It better and safer Wo hopo tho Benson correspondent will keep it In remembrance and speak of it every week till something is done to remedy tho evil I Â¬ f til For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co The Henaerson Eon te BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis AND ALL POINTS m I m B WEST NORTHWEST i SOUTHWEST Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers I Sons Spent a Good Farm Doctoring Sckioe Â¬ The fool killer mopes by his cavo in the glen ull the live long day and night while his victims throng in the haunts of men and flourish and thrive In their might Tho fellow who croaks at another mans jokes and laughs in a hilarious tone at every mistake will simmer and bake when the fool killer gamers his own The man who talks politics out in tho rain and works lor tho partys own good who yells himself lioirse for some other mans gain and lets his wife split her own wood tho man who despises tho man who allies himself to the wromr partys throw will fry in the blaze in h tlcycn ys when the fool killer garners hia on The man who tries haid to show otr tho brainless insipid his Blmpo galoon who goes to a picnic and puts on a capo tor a bonnet and tries Read It to look cute will meet a sad doom In the gathering gloom and tho Thoro ore several Httlo Items in world will not sigh at his moan the Argus this week that inadver- Â¬ when ha feels the kerwhack on the tently we suppose let tho cat out of small of his back and the fool killer the meal tub Especially that one garners his own about the city official who will not HOW THISP support the nominee for Governor Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Rewind for any case of Catarrh that cau Fourtb oi July not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Tole- Â¬ do O Nearly all the business h uses of Wo tho undersigned have known F closed in the afternoon J Cheney fortho last 15 years and be the city were of Tuesday tho fourth and u great llovo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially many closed all day out any obligations mado able to almost a Sun- Â¬ by theircarrj The city presented iirra day appearance us so many people West Traux Wholesale Druggists O had gone out of town to picnics fish- Â¬ Toledo KInnan Marvin WholeWalding ing cams Ac sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure Is takon Inter In tho evening there wero sky tho blood nally acting rockets roman candles sc In great and raucous directly upontho system surfaces of abundanconnd beauty Price 75o per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Â¬ 1 you suffer from tenderness or the right side pains under shoulder blade constipation bilious ness sick headache and feel dull heavy and sleepy your liver is torpid DeWitts Little and contrasted Early Risers will cure you promptly pleasantly and permanently by re Â¬ moving the congestion and causing the bile ducts to open and flow naturally Tnuv are good pills Tyler fc Hemphill and Wm McKee fullness on Â¬ If B L BRYANT Mr A N Noell of Ashervllle T P A Kansas says he spent n good farm Edgar Hill Traffic Manager doctoring himself for chronic diar rhoea but got no relief and was afraid that he must die Ho chanced to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlains WM CROMWELL Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy and was permanently cured by Attorney at Ltw it For sale by J W Gayle drug- Â¬ gist Frankfort i Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ The only lino running three double daily trains to Evansvillo without change with high back oonobos and car Earlor runningTho direct line to St two double daily trains with high back sent coaches and Pullman sleepers through without change Tickets on sale at L N ofilce this city For information as to rates route Sleeping car berths etc call on A V Hite agent L N R R or address Horse Show Fair and Carnival Hardie Try tho Capital Steam Laundry tor u clean shirt or collar Tolophone 17 Celebrated Â¬ lG tf Lexington Ky Aug 8 12th 1899 Low rates via Queen Crescent Route from ull points in Kentucky daily August 8th to 12th good to return the 14th inst Greatest shew Lexington has ever had Doni fail to attend Ample room for all excursionists elalros and thenexotlation of loans CUXXD Will practice In tbi Also Real Estate Agent Courts ot Franklin and tnn adjoining counties and will also give special attention to tbe pur chase and sale of real estate collection ot rents days at least tiro thirdaoT all symptoms removed TratlmonlalsandTXlf DATStreatinentfree OS H H CKTJnl toil Box K Atlanta Qa DROPSY umnMita uavecarea manr thousand ten called honnlfuu Tn with Yegetable cases Â¬ As Is the usual custom the children of the Institute for Feeble minded were given a big dinner July fourth nnd afterwards hod a beautiful dis play of fire works on the lawn in trout of the building that evening These afflicted ones hud a Jolly time of it Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO m Insurance 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BMsmvxxt pf th Capital Hotel A You cant cure dyspepsia by diet- Â¬ ing Eat good wholesome food and plenty of it Kodol Dyspepslu Cure ditrests food without aid from the J stomach and is made to cure E Tyler CONDITION OF THE Â¬ Farmers Bat of Ej B Popular Wedding Trip C A June 30th 1899 ASSETS Notes Discounted Ullla oi Kxcnuuge Summer ia the North Â¬ ibim b01112C7 oi 1274031 61 117919 91 26 Â¬ Bondsand Stocks Htul Jfstute und Blinking Houses Mj Jf olo o llutests Hryimim Cll8U Â¬ Due from Banks Stamus fSU810 H W6ilii 881480 14 Nice Time Halls Family Pills aro tho best Dividend Declared jl848611 W Tho children of tho First Presby tprian Chinch Sunday school and tho Taylorton Mission wero given n de- Â¬ lightful picnic at Elkhorn Park on i TOilrlf A MiiMiimitl Itnlkvnv on Tuesday July 4th There wero some 300 of them unit they Juki a LIABILITIES - grand timooflt The Deposit Bank The Farmers Bank declared its KVta rVmtlniAntRxiMIIHfcg t iuoiiVjid usual semi annuali uiviuunu on nr - 1 day last of two per cent It also piviunui ho w a per cent i i lit r i In If1 l0 1 10000 thus making it solid uJlvUlul iroUs fun ana substantial See its statement in another placo Profit nml Loss iii 1 VVVV mono itnn fin 7uthfi6u iv 644 11 747 ro steamer to Mackinac Island Michigan If you wuntttdolightful wedding trip whero you aro not likely to meet acquaint Â¬ 0 new ances take one of the D steel passenger steamers to tho Island of Cool Breezes Staterooms and parlors reserved thirty days In advance Send two cent stamp for Address A Illustrated pamphlet D 0 De A Schauta O troit Mich Is to take a D PA Â¬ The delightful summc resorts of Wisconsin and Michigan are reached by the Chicago North Western Ry umong which nre Wuukesha Madison Devils Lake Green Lako Gogebic Lake Pox Lake Lako Geneva St Paul Minneapolis Lako Minnetonka White Bear TJuIuth Ashland and Marquette Free copy of Hints to Tourists sent on appli cation to W B Knlskorn General Paasonger nnd Ticket Agent W A Cox 435 Vino stroet Cin- Â¬ cinnati Ohio Â¬ H vAY w iao Si m i If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Paid Balm a trial It good Skin Diseases For the speedy nnd permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Chain borlnino Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves tho itching and smarting almost instantly and its continued ueo effects a permanent cure It also cures itch harbors itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic soro eyes and granulated lids Â¬ iW timssu 141J 7157 3111 00 67 66 31114 91 Henry Koehlor rmiu llvnlif Mtt lit nrnnrnnnn do 111 in vj chired a dividend for tho six months Just twt or three ner ttni Seolts ml In another place for a full state- ment of Its condition invito correepondonoo with mill men who havo lumber for sale They uuy p B ftml Hardwoods in mixod Wrlto thorn car8 Dry or Qroon 31 Otn ti Company t i- uuiUUOl VUUIUIll VI 1JUHIDV1IIU iriu t burplus Fund jr v IllatHxed ot us follows i Dividend No 9i Si per tent IWld to lay Tuxes J A W 81114 M OVEItTJV Cabuibii of July Gubscrlued 19 nnl sworn to before me this Sd day JOHN A MtlBLAN Notary Puullctfrani Iln County will not cost you a cent if It does no One application will relievo tho pain It also cures sprains and bruises in one third tho time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites quinsy pains In tho side and chest glandular and other swell- Â¬ ings aro quickly cured by applying Dr Cadyg Condition Powders for it Every bottjo warranted Price horses nre the best tonic blood purifier andvermlfuge Price 555 cents Soldby 52 imdGO eta m i I i ili imJ Ai i J f J tatstjtIvwi Afafc tAJtA A i tfWjJiMifcSJBBBai Vfct Hl1 ittint A lJtLjt hs rflHiF m Tfr- yrv imtmmaMiWiumaiuiMniimMiJUtmvn vriMntwriiairraKmtMTirmmtsa Gurney Refrigerator jt j I L y at i And New Line of China Call and See Them TheWnyThey Do It In Water Cool ers Just Opened Trash dark or damage d 4 tobacco Oommon Oolory trabh 5 Medium to good colort bacco 1898 crop 1 P m mimical in everything HI Though you arc married young do not associate with young Iiev Air Klnya Oknjliiia in his men even if they are relative 11 Dont wear a gay dre s Be lecture at tho First Bapt lit Church Wedmsday night of Ins t week clean always on 12 Dont be proud of your fath Â¬ Japan represent our market for burloy 60 to- Â¬ 00ra6 60 7 00 PHI - ii i MR m said that there were thirteen rubs that overy motner In that country tiuglit their ilauirhteis to he Imper Jitlve We give them helow and Would like to iiiqulio how ninny mother would jive such instruc tions to their girls in this country you are 1 When you marry legally my daughter no longer mj give the Maine perfect obedience to and mother-In-Jayour iatlier-in-luas you have given to your father and mother 2 When you are married you have no other lord than your hus Â¬ band Be humble be polite Per fect obedience to the husband is a noble virtue for the wife Be kind alwastoyour mother-in-laÂ¬ w w 7 003 10 00 trash not Oommon lugs not oolory 7 00S 9 00 8 00 10 50 boast of them before your husbinds Oommon Oolory lugs Medium to cood oolorv father mother brother sister 13 00 10 00 lugs JS Bo always careful how you treat your men servants or maid Oommon to medium loaflO 007 14 00 16 00 Medium to good leaf 14 00 servants 18 00 16 00 Good to flnoleaf 26 00 18 00 8eleotor wrappery Air and Airs B Luckamp Elston Mo writes One Alinute Cough HEALTH ORDINANCE Cure saved the life of our little boy J when nearly dead with croup E Tyler Section 8 of Health Ordinance passed Juno 26th and Septem- Â¬ Cove Spring Park ber 14th 94 ers property or position D Queen Crescent t i Democratic State Convention June 21st Louisville BEST TRAIN8 jH Â¬ w 148SS t 4 Dont be Jealous That is not the way to win yoir husbands affec Â¬ tion 5 Even where there Is injustice on the husbands part do not be angry rather be patient and when he is quiet then advNe with him ti Dont talk much Dont tell another persons mischief Dont in any case tell a lie 7 Get up early stay up lute at night and do not take a nap in the day time Dont drink much wine and dont go into a crowded place until you are fifty years old 8 Do not ask a fortune teller what your future destiny will be Be a good houskeepei he ecu- - n Dot you get up with a headache Is there a bad taste In your mouth Then you have a poor appetite and a weak diges- Â¬ You are frequently tion dizzy always feel dull and You have cold drowsy hands add feet You get but little benefit from your food You have no ambition to work and the sharp pains of neuralgia dart through your tody What is the cause of all this trouble Constipated bowels Low round trip rates via the Kansas City Montana Queen Crescent Route from all points in Kentucky good until 24th returning Ask ticket agents lor Colorado Pacific Coast further particulars W U Rinearson Utah Washington Omaha General Passenger Agent t Section 8 The Board of State Grand Session I O O S and The park has been the principal Health may take such measures D of S Louisville Ky July 19 St Paul Nebraska attraction for our people this sum Â¬ as it deems fit to prevent the 1899 Ky State it is safe to predict it spread of smnll pox and may mer and Annual Conference Black Hills Union Epworth Leagues Louisville will continue so during the season all per- Â¬ Ky July 19 1899 issue an order requiring VIA- on account of the inducements of sons residing or temporarily Annual Session Alosaic Templars fered by the street car company stopping in the city or any part of America Vicksburg Aliss July IMG 1899 Each evening the nine mile trip to be vaccinated within Grand Lodge Aleetlng G U O O In thereof be taken for 10 ceuts can VESTIBULEO TRAINS such time as it shall prescribe F and Household of Ruth Juckson order that every body may know and all persons refusing or neg- Â¬ Tenn August 15 19 1899 SLEEPERS DINING CARS W C ItlNLAHSON what is to take place at the park lecting to obey such order eith Â¬ General Passenger Agent CHAIR CARS MVi during the coming ten days the er as it respects themselves or following is given T M RUOQ TRAV PASSR AQENT ST LOOM MO County Taxes their children or wards or any HOWARD ELLIOTT OINX MOR BT LOUIS MO Sunday afternoon 9th of July Â¬ members of their houseiWWAKCLCYQINLPA8rRAQTT LOUIS MO No ad Â¬ of the will be a concert there Notice is hereby given that the holds over whom they have mission to patrons of the road will State and county taxes for the year control shall upon conviction 1899 are now due and payable be charged TO thereof in the Police Court be Please come forward and settle Monday 10th the colored peo Â¬ fined not less than two nor more promptly and save the penalty ple will have a dance at night Bbn F Sotkii Provided 45 tf twenty dollars Sheriff Franklin County July 12th and 13th Frog Eye than however that it shall bo the the original cake walker in Ken- Â¬ duty of the Board of Health to 4 Appointed tucky with a minstrel company of provide ut the expense of the ORLEANS first olass artists will give an en- Â¬ In connection with tn Southern Pacific city for the vaccination of- all Air R D Garrett of Princeton tertainment at the park The en Â¬ such persons as are unable to has been appointed U S Bank Ex Â¬ Through Weekly tertainment Will be free to patrons pay for same aminer lor Kentucky by the Presi of the car line Every body should Escott dent to succeed Air J V 8 A copy attest of Section Tourist Sleeping Gar attend this entertainment whose term had expired and who Health Ordinance had been elected President of a LeiTltmCtiicIiiiutltnd luulsWllo on BEN MARSHALL Ie It II fasi Nov urlcuti llinlcil train National Bit nit in Louisville Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky City Clerk V RY THURSDAY The place pays about 1000 per Below will bo found a list of letters FirLns vnjeles ninl Hm Irancbco without annum and expen es for the week remaining unclaimed The Limited also cuniuctM at New In accordance with the above Air Garrett had been Cashier of a chmne HtlaUr with Kxpresi Train forthePacIflo ending July 8 1899 Or Coast ifuloii ruoidiiriinilSHtunlnM wlthtbe ordinance a public vaccination bank for a number of years and is Marshall Julia Abbott Walter Marshall May me is Imrnhv nriinrnri to be effective considered thoroughly qualified for tiullook T B ANNEX Berry Ohas ald practiced by every citizen the place Bradley O S of tbeSouthern Puclflc glvlntr special through in the city of Frankfort Ky Moore L A Brink Jho service to Han Francisco Particulars Agents Milner V W DeWitts Little Eirly Rlsprs ben of thftlC UU and connecting tines of Uruce Jake W thin the succeeding five days They lend gentle SOIUlCH Dlv Pass Agent Cincinnati O Laury Nicklea Odelia permanently efit Bohnnnon All vaccinations performed by assistance to nature causing no pains JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis Purklns Alice Fletcher W T be or weakness permanently curing Rule Fulton Gentry Tom the family physician shall Swain Jno A n HANSON Hogan Jno or a Chicago vulid All persons who ure not constipation and liver ailments J WAKELLONDA 0pALoulSTttIe SclirofthiroFnnnlo HnBwell J P able to pay for vaccinations will E Tyler Smith Albert HarrU Robr Slmson Alford ho nrnnnrlv vnr piniitfld free of Harrison R L What They Say Johnson Dollie T1RkRAgtM0nn charge at the Headquarters of St Louis or Chicago c ALIFORNI A via NSW - Â¬ mSbT80 SISET LTED Â¬ I Ayers will give you prompt relief and certain cure Yam Mtatnl Pmrmm If you have neglected your caso a long time you had better take of the Health Board TrlBolMrB Corf Lundy Edith After fivo days a compulsory Persons calling for any of theso let tors will please say advertised vaccinutiou of every person not M S B Holmes P vaccinated will be enforced LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET FURNISHED BY GLOVER ie DURRKTT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREUOU8E Koefo S J O Signed E E Hume G W Chinn U V Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2392 hhds with receipts for the same period of 1797 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 94990 hhds Sales of the crop of 1898 on our market to this date amount to 95447 hhds Our market continues very strong Â¬ HEALTH BOARD July 0th 99 Williams Alvin Duvall Secketaky Epworth -- Ts the title of an excepdlngly well printed and finely Illustrated booklet which has Just been Issued and dis tributed by the Chicago North- Â¬ western IVy describing their elec- Â¬ tric lighted 20th century train Tho North Western Limited It is unique in design and composition and affords entertaining reading A copy will he sent to any adÂ¬ dress hy W A Cox 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Morion Rcutc K0 Ayrs stmHrim alst It will remove all impurities that have been accumulating In your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves Writ thm Boater There may la lomething about your caso you do not quits uudor itand Write the doctor freely i tell hlra bow you are uttering Vou win promptly recolve tho beat medical advice Addreia ut o u Ayer utntu ham andaotivo for all typos of common grades and this satistuctory condition applies to all hurley soiling from down and lor whioh urades thoro bus been a gradual strengthening domand for some weeks It is also true that tho tondonoy to improving valuos applies to the better grados that have bright color and even to the Brightest clabs The common to modlum grades of the full bodied red kind suoh as have boon selling from Big Load of Wheat 9 are slightly off in valuo 7 to There is no change to roport in tho condition of the market mis week for1 lno BUomor Jiurnsiuo missed this Buoh grades of the red typo as are eollinu from 9 to 12 whlcn oontlnuo port on Alonday morning with tho to appour as rolatlvoly the most biggest load of wheat wo ever saw go iiegltotpd olass Occasional salos of f f tl Is ivnr Thoro were over -- surelv unu r mines health It dulls the brain kills energy destroys the nervous system and predisposes to insanity AH dyspeptic and fatal diseases troubles nro quickly cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It has cured thou sands of cases and Is curing them everyday Its ingredients are such that it cant help curing J E Tyler A flIspnPi stomacn League International Meeting Indianapolis July 20th -- 23d Finest trains in the South travel dally via the Steamer Manitou QUEENCRESCENT Only Route to Cincinnati one change to Indianapolis Liberal return limits on tick- Â¬ ets via the Queen Crescent at one fare for the round trip Ask agents for particulars W O To Mackinac Petoskey Charle Â¬ voix Harbor Springs Bay View etc The trip without an equal safe and HUMrb steamer Tickets return Â¬ ing direct or via Lake Huron and Detroit Side trips through Lake Superior Wrlto E II Bacon Dis Â¬ trict Passenger Agent Louisvillo Ky Volcanic Eruptions i RMIARION Q P A CINCINNATI mm ly rtidiu bu DR and Whisker 1Hlltd cured at home with out pain Book of par tlculars rent FRfa fc UM W001UV 1M Tho lonowlug quotations fairI0vor grown iithissoctlon om o Norm fryor 8k CO Aro grand but skin Gruotlorw vni of Joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures mum aiso uiu Kmining and Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns Wans Cuts Bruise Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile euro on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 2Utsa box Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Gaylo druggist II f w WwWW I w wywjsiiwwwwivf JJFJpffl1 rWfF1 IV WIPPP1 t T1 v mj t I A vi nnnruuinnnnnnjinnnnnnnjinnnnrinminnnnnnminnrinnnm orinnnjinjiminiirtxinnjxriniinnnnnnninnnjinnnjutnnnnnminnnnruininnnxinjvrTr El 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 H M HI 1- h M A SELBERT Reliahle JawaIai-innjjinnnjinnnnjTJUinjtnnjiruin RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH UUUUUUiJUUUUUUU W if WUlJlJAJUUllWWUlJlJlJlJllUUU IUW W i I McOready rector Rev Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Morning prayer 730 a m Holy Communion and sermon 11 Bov R L am Afternoon service on Sunday and Wednesday omitted until further notice Sunday school at 945 a m in the Chapel AH seats free and everyone cor dially wolcome to all services Baptibt OnuRcn Rev MBAdams tho pastor will preach at 11 a m Union Service at 8 p m Sermon by Rev M B Adams Tho Young Peoples Society will meet at 7 p m Subject Reasons Why Our Society Should Bo Sustained Junior Young Peoples Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in the Chapel Pravor meeting Wednesday night Mr Jo 0 Norwood will have charge of tho Association during tho next few weeks Secretary Canfleld is spending his vacation with relatives in New York State Following is tho program as ai ranged for tho next two months July 9 Christian Endeavor So ciety of Ohristian Church July 16 Speaker Mr J L Amsdon of Versailles assisted by St Andrews Brotherhood July 23 Epworth League of Methodist Church Jnly30 Christian Endeavor Society of First Presbyterian Ohurch Aug o urogram to bo announced Aug 13 Ohristian Endeavor Society of Hresbvterlan Ohurch South Aug 20 Young Peoples Union of uaptisc unurcn Aug 27 Brotherhood of St Andrew of Episcopal Ohurch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hot Weather Goods At Popular Pries last call on Wash Goods The line is selling out rapidly underr the steady buying of well postedl people who realize we are quotine the lowest prices on the same qualities in town Such beau- Â¬ tiful tool airy fabrics at from yd to 23c yd deserve at- Â¬ tention from all careful buyers We invite inspection and1 comparison The largest and most complete line of Black Crepons silks for waists wash silks satin foulards ribbons and trimmings may be found at our store Call and see us is the m m JL IMIJPII U 1m iffirii 4c Peaks Mill r i Mr and Mrs Qulnco Sheets were bunday Bcnooi in tne unapei at vio a tin Special classes for young men the guests of Mrs James Smith Sun- Â¬ Seats free and all are cordially in day vitod Protruded meeting closed Saturday night with a large attendance Only Christian Church Rev George two additions Darsie tho pastor will preach at 11 Miss Anna Pierce spent Tuesday am with Misses Hamptons No evening service Young Peoples Society of Chris Misses Virginia Bacon and Beulah tian Endoavor closed until Septem Hockensmith spent Tuesday and ber Prayer meeting Wednesday night Wednesday with Mrs Llewellyn Church at Thorn Hill at 745 in the Chapel Religion and the Ther- Â¬ Mr Bake Bacon spent the fourth Topic mometer at Bald Knob Sunday school meets at 030 MNses Llda Phythian and Fannie will be cordially welThopublic comed to all these services and es Haydon are visiting relatives at Peaks Mill pecially i trangers in the oity Miss Virginia Bacon spent Sunday ser Catholic Church Tho usual Rev with Miss Buu hill Hockensmith conducted by vices to morrow Mrs Howard and motherof Frank Â¬ Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass fort were the guests of Mrs John Pierce last week Vespers at 730 p m 10 am Miss Jullett Hockensmith spent Church FIRST Presbyterian Sunday at the Forks of Elkhorn D D tho Rev J McOlusky Blayney pastor will preach at 11 a m and Miss I Agee is the guest of Mrs Duval this week 8 p m No evening Borvice Mr and Mrs Albert Hockensmith Of Sunday sohool at 945 a m spent Sunday last at Elmvillo the Christian Endeavor Society meets guests of Mrs George Parker at 640 p m In Sunday sohool room Prayer meeting Wednesday evenMr Walter Smith and uncle were ing at 8 in our midst Sunday evening ap- Â¬ Miss Caroline Brock was tho guest Rev T Methodist Church will preach F of Misses Hockensniiths last Thurs at day Taliaferro the pastor 11 a m IN HONOR OF THE DOCTOR No ovenlng service Â¬ Suiidav sehool meets at 030 a m Tho giddy headed doctor whom he Prayor meotlng Wednesday even thinks all aro glad to meet domes- Â¬ ing at 8 Has dont you forget if a great deal Epworth League in Sunday school of conceit room at 645 p m Every girl here lately ho chances to Ofllcial Board meetsTuesday even- speak a word Thinks thoy aro dead In love with cordially invited to at The public him how absurd tend Hbo not at all handsome well how could ho bo finiTTltlCHNpRESBYTERIANOHIIROH When ho colors hi hair and false C teeth wo see Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will As to his ago wo can all guess very m preach at 11 a well No ovenlng service No 41 St Clair at Tho wrinklos In his face will plainly Sunday school at 030 a m Bridge tell Young PepplesSocloty of Ohristian Ho celebrated his Fourth at tho Rrwlnnvnr TrtontH at 045 P in beuueiful Oove Hill Park To all these meetings tho publlo is And in order to givo tho glrlo a dodge cordially invited ho stood In tho dark Dr dont that sound swell for a man Hko you Y M O A NOTES Who sticks to ono girl Hko paper to A treat is promised to all those glue Rally in tho Associa- Dont have such an exalted opinion who attend the p m The tion parlors Sunday 330 but bo true Young Pooplos Ohristian Endeavor Pshaw dont think you tho only will Society of tho Ohristian Chute ovbter In tho stow linvn full oharLo of tho sorvice Hos hellish conceited giddy hoadod Members of tho society have pronared and not slow a special program which will be And girls take my advico dont unusually interesting The Junior bother Dr Bo Endeavors will assist in tho sorvieo Two op A Kind All men cordinlly Invited Prof Wood gave a splondid tall at Wo Jmvo Mild many different tho Mens Rally last Sunday after Â¬ cough remedies bul 110110 has given Wall Paper Wo wish all our young men belter satisfaction than Chambdi noon could havo heard it Ho spoke on laliis hays Mr Charles Holzliauor and his druggiht Newark N J Tho vision of humanity It in per Â¬ iJOOOO bolts of wall paper at low address mado a doop impression upon fectly Halo and can bo relied upon in prices Remington and Crawford solo rendered by those present Tho MlA Covins greatly all wises of coughs colds or hoarse bicycles Mr J M VanDervoor added 31 tf ness Sold by J W Gayle druggist to tho enjoy nient of tho uorvlco Â¬ at 8 oclock Rain is much needed Values i Â¬ I Our HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway 3Jc3E3 GROCERIES --A-O- Store In BEST Â¬ Â¬ Effllirleries AI Â¬ Laces id ffH Ms LOWEST PRICES AT1 1E LLo a i All Kinds Â¬ Also some spe Â¬ cial values in Â¬ ron ginghams bleached and un bleached tics calicoes etc Give us a call Kagin Kodol Dyspepsia Digests you II Â¬ For Rent Cheap Tho Miss Mag Exum property on Murray street Apply to L F 35 tf Johnson iV Cure eat Â¬ For Sale or Rent Â¬ what rooms in A liouso Itartificially digests tho food and aids neighborly of sixApply to a good d N P Nature in strengthening and recon- II cliardson 4JJ tf structing tho exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efllclcncy It In- Buiuwy reueves ana permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn fiuLuiuucu ouur owjiuucii nausea SickHeadachcGastralglaCrampsand all other results of lmporf ectd Jgestlon Prepared by E C DeWItt ACo ro Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat J E TYLER First Class Steamboat Service Cblcaao Frazer Axle Grtase UKJ fc- liSSratNollfc Â¬ 1 Between Detroit and Clevolitnd nnd Toledo Detroit and Mackinac D V C floating sleel palace steamers are now running daily between Doroll and Cleveland Two trip per week between Toledo Detroit and Mack Â¬ inac Ishnd Regular service will commeiuo June 17tli Spend vour vacation on the Great Lakes Send pamphlet 2 cents for illustrated Address A A Sclinntz Q I A I C Line Detroit Mich Por JU bm m WKSe VERY WHEgfo RentStore Room Â¬ The large styo room In Temple ono of the best In tho city Is offered for rent Apply to Capt B O Milam or Bon T Farmer 4 liiHllBPii irg affected by Heat or Cold Not Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Masonic Matured pRAZER w lUBRcator 4 Co Factories Chcbgo SL Loult New York I tt ly EEZEEH gJKSl 7 PS Br r nt wjVFi twit fnKfffWmfnBfrW grwrFVWT1Wxrrf1jF f WW I tTh ik a K11 I I II SALE JUNE CLEARANCEDOWN MARKED EYPaRATHING 6 button 3i GoTres at 75clot reduced from Swede 200 Mosquetaire gloves i 5 lot Wash Chamois 2 clasp gldves at 58c reduced from 85c XiawjS- - From 4c yd up 05c imiiies now toe 20c Dimities now 27 c Dimities now 20c FrGXioll Organdios 45c Organdies now 30c 1 price India Linens 75 pieces just received We place them on sale at 5 6 8 10 124 and 15c per yard best values ever offered for this FiqUM And Duoks 1 I2c We offer 1200 exceptionally low prices You can yards at not get along without a White Pique Skirt ored wool dress goods at cost All Trimmed Bonnets and Hats at half former prices 38c for sailors worth 50c for sailors worth 100 65c 100 for sailors worth 175 IaOQ3 and Insertions 200 pieces on sale at 20c doz yds and up Sailors Val 1 Wool Drasa Goods All of our col- 75c Shil t Waists Parasols 50 colored waists 100 colored waists 100 Â¬ 35c Organdies now 25c illlaery parasol Big cut in fancy parasols 100 for an all silk white i JOHNSON 311 MAIV STHEBT MATRIMONIAL More Wheat HOGE No 6 I Officers of Capital Todgc 0 1 ifl J m- tv - K i - Mr Benjamin CiiUTCHKii CoKE Todd Crutcher foreman of the job department of the Roundabout establishment this city and Miss Lena Coke will be married on Wednesday of noxt week July 12th at the home of the brides parents Mr J Dallas Coe nnd wife in Louisville Immediately after the ceremony the young couple will re turn here and go to housekeeping in the pretty and comfortable homo he has provided near Hoges Station on the Versailles pike Hamuels Dudley In the county clerks pfflce dn Monday Mr Henry Samuels and Miss Nellie Dudloy were married by Judge J Dan Moore River Excursion 5r i if ffauK The good steamer Burnsldo will Tun an excursion to High Bridge to morrow Sunday July 9th She will leave the custom house wharf at 6 oclock a m and will leturn by Â¬ 10 p in aiHP k Everybody who has been on these excursions in the past three years will remember what pleasant occa sions they have been Tire fare for the round trip is only 100 Â¬ r El Mr C Presentation A Nelson the retiring 5 1 Treasurer of Capital Lodge No O O F was presented with a hand Â¬ I Si I 1 some gold fountain pen on Tuesday morning by a cotnmitteo of the Lode designated for the purpose by vote of tho Lodge Tho query is why this was done on the street in place of in the Lodge loom A THOUSAND POUNDS OP COMFORT Tho steamer Burnsido brought down from Hickman on Wednes The following gentlemen have day 9000 moro bushels of wheat been selected and installed as officers As a conveyer of wheat to market of Capital Lodge No 6 1 O O F she is a hummer for the ensuing term of six months Dont forget tho excursion to High James Kinkead N G Bridge on this good boat on John Ries V G F L Guthrie Secy Chas Keaman Treas Stringing theWires E E Itossen It S N G A Chilson L S N G The new telephone company are stringing their wires Their W B Bridgeford Conductor busy J W Clark Warden poles are beauties und put the wires John Dean I S away up above any others in tho J W Gilpin Host They assert that they have city over 200 subscribers which will If you suffer from tenderness or make their concern away up In Q fullness on the right side pains under IS IT RIGHT shoulder blade constipation bilious- Â¬ ness sick headache and feel dull heavy nnd sleepy your liver is torpid For an Editor to Recommend Patent and congested DoWitts Little SjS Medicines Early Risers will cure you promptly pleasantly and permanently by reFrom Sylvnn Valley News Brevard N C moving the congestion nnd causing SS onen nnd flow It mav be a question whether the the bile ducts toaiie good pills 8 naturally They editor of a newspaper has the right Tyier Hemphill and Wm McKee to publicly recommenu any or the various proprietary medicines which Hurdle flood tho market yet as a preventive of suffering we feel it a duty to say a Big Gathering good word for Chamberlains Colic Wo Cholera and Dlarrhoe Remedy have known and used this medicine The National Missionary Convenin our family for twenty years and tion of tho Christian Church will have always found It reliable In many cases a dose of this remedy meet in Cincinnati Ohio Oct 13 19 would save hours of suffering while 1899 It is expected that there will We do not be some 10000 or moro delegates a physician Is awaited believe In depending implicitly on present What a grand gathering of any medicine for a cure but we do consecrated Christian workers that believe that if a bottle of Chamber Â¬ lains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept will be It will be a very inspiring on hand and administered at the in- one to those who love our Lord and ception of an attack much suffering Savior might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of a physician would not le required At least this has been our experience during the tflAlro past twelve years For sale by J druggist W Giyie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 F The Most For Your Money 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 justifies us in this claim Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ leather throughout with a wide corn toe patent leather tip One of the best bargains in our store ur me f lw jCft Any bra from corn to cut shoes toe the P I1VV1 ionable bull dog all kid or vesting tops kid or 100 fS For this price we can sell you an uxioru maae 01 soic nne Kta sona tiifl fash- Â¬ patent leather tips tan or black turn soles All have genuine The famous Queen Quality Ox fords in tan and patent leather vesting tops and the newest styles The bet shoes made for the price Laird Cos djO rtrt fords Schober need nofine Ox These JMu the finest ladies P duction as they are Oxfords made intro- O mmmMJm Â¬ All the up-to-dat- e leather or kid tips styles and toes either patent Our Ladies Sailors at 100J are E3OTHE3 EJIee3Ii 20 YEARS 250000 CURED w Leaders Funding Bonds Sold w tik W i ft r aft The County Court disposed of the wiint makes a woman contented with hei lot How many plulosopl I can answer tins question Sonic shallow observers fS w imagine that nil a wom Â¬ an wants is au easy do- - 1 i pouting sort ot a life But Units a big mistake A woman thrives on kindness and care Give her an affectionate and congenial atmosphere to work in and sound physical health and she will worlj harder than wc average man and never grow discontented If vou have a fret ful wife find out rti eonie new way 1 to be kind to her If 11 is nnv weakness there or diseased condition that causes irritability see that she has the proper remedy right away That wonderful medicine originated by Dr R V Pierce of Duflalo N Y his Fa vorite Prescription for womens diseases will restore perfect organic vitality and health It will Rive cheerfulness energy and power In the words of a New York lady Mrs O N Fisher of 1861 Lexington Ave it will give a thousand pounds of 130000 refunding bonds of the Mid Â¬ land Itallroad on Saturday to Messrs Mayer of Cincin- Â¬ Scasongood nati Ohio at u premium of 8000 The Liadlng Specialists of Amerlc IN OHIO ti id f 1 212 V meGlure St Clair Street Frankfort Ky You Want Son II 1 WECURE EMISSIONS NotliluG can bo mro ilcmornliiins to youns of ini JJle nac J ncn tjian tho prcs lhcy enen of thoio nljlitly IomoV proiluco vrcaknos ncnoucncps nfcchuit o illteiirf wiilr vholo treln ot symptom Tlicy unSt n liau fur biuinos nmrrloil Ho mattor lifo pjjd ojlal lujjplncs vrliclUcr caused by oUl habits in youth naturrl 7C3lnon or cexual excesses otir New Ilcthod Vrcatmcnt will positively Tho bond have 20 years to run and pay 4 per cent Interest Improvements Just What Daughters of ConfeJeracy xflBr f I feel it o duty to inform you writes Mr Fisher in au earnest letter to Dr Pierce that I had been a sufferer for many years from nerv Â¬ ousness with all its symptoms and complications I was constantly going to see a physician or purchasing medicine for this or that com troubles became unbearable In filaint as my 1897 my husband Induced me to try of Dr Jlerccs Favorite Prescription After taking one bottle and following your advice I was so encouraged that I took rive more bottles and then I did not take any more for several weeks as I felt so much better I am not now cross and Irritable I have a good color iu my face have gained about ten pounds in weight and one Ihoujaml f omuls of WRTlis comfort for I am a new woman once more and your advice and your Favorite Prescription caused it coupled with your Pleasant relicts which are not to be dispensed with I will not Costicjan In this take any more unless you so advise for I do not ce that I need it Tuesday July 4 to Mr Dr Pierce will eend advice by mall eu gun and wife a son tirely free of charge Address as above Â¬ comfort Mr Leo L Oberwarth tho hustling young architect Has Just com Â¬ pleted the plans Tor putting In now plate ghths fronts of modem exten Â¬ sion style ih the business rooms Nos land 2 of tho Hwlgert block St Clair street embracing tho store now occupied by Messrs R K McCluro Son and that formerly occupied by the Louisville Store Tho improve Â¬ ments will bo very handsome and will havo plato glass mirros on tho sides and roar of the windows Tho Mr Mike cost will bo about 1000 Buckley has the contract for the work and it will bo rushed right along An arch way will bo cut between tho two rooms and Messrs R K Son will occupy lioth McCluro their business having outgrown their pieseut spacious apartments Son arc live and wido McCluro awako mei chants and deserve tho success which has followed them They will probably add somo now dopaituiontswhen they get possession of their addition Â¬ Huceo ssful Tho Joseph H Lewis Chapter Viv tlm tuiai alv inmitlm VP hnvo been sellln The Reil Circlo Pill a Daughters of the Confederacy will tiKinnniMnn ftntrlniiriwl lV Mil 111 11111 give a Lawn Fete Friday evening Kentucky physician and years in me juiyist at tlie residence of Mrs used oy nun lor sixty irMimimt of nil livor kidnev and John H Stuart Refreshments 25 cents Public cordially invited MS W D AliDUIDOL President U D C New Train cutojui no PAY 1 ou run Karly abuRo or iricr ccoeoi may iuo noaKcncu you Ksnoiuro ranv linvo dlaoasnl vou You Header you ucul help arocotcfotillruro1 rill euro you OurNetrAIothoil 110 county on James Costl From June 4th tho Burlington Routo puts into service for tho far wcai ii now iasiuauy alternoou train rom St Louis for nunvm- t Louis at 203 p m arriving at WE CUKE VARICOCELE 020 p m Ono night enroute Di Â¬ No mattor how dorloui your caso may rect via St Jrnntih Plnlnl lm or hqvr Innrr j ou imy havo had it our NfcW MIJlUOO JHBATMISNT will equipment vestlbuletl sleepors and euro ilio wormy veins roturn tu tlie Burlingtons famous chair cars their normel condition and henco tlie roxual organs reecho proper nourish organs becomo vitalized all ment Ilio Travelers arriving in St Louis in unnatural drains or loiro ccaso and manly powers roturn No temporary tho morning havo several hours stop-benefit liut n permanent euro nuiurcd NO CUIli NO PAY NO OPIUtA This Is tho tnlrlrllfk turn i NO PUTUN- TION NIWIXSAUY Editor Roundabout tion nioa uuaiNnss authorized to announce way to tho Paciac Coast You aro lor details ask your tickot apont nr CURES GUARANTEED mo as a candldato for Jailor to till L w Wakkley Wo treat nnd euro SYlUILlS tho unexpired terni of J W Alloy QonM Passr Agt tthlim liMIbHlONH IMloniNCY demised subject to any regular hTKicmmi VAllItootlJL uiimi St Louis Mo action of tho l5omocratte party NAli 10JS1W UliAhDllH AND KID- W M Shaw 8G 2m W T Saoiia Div Passr Agt liOOKfl LlllK CIIAUOEd M IllKH MOPLII TI ij mabln to call write fl 100 Vine Street Oil bltOW ULANK for 110M13 A for r W Cincinnati Ohio TUUAWIUMT IIOWAllI ElilIOTT Farm For Sale General Managor S St Louis Mo v trm uantdntiiTiilKnit run oiihhuilrud und 122 W FOURTH ST twanty ucroi lit it uoid stnta ot cuUlvullon I olt bilMlnM In oj rjntlr nnd mi OINOINHATI O kf divallliutorn I on Main lKiiornoppout Sted Kodol Dyspepsia Cure well w muiivlllo Otll itt premti3i far liifnrin ition 4SfO Digests what you cat Wit OllUltOH June 01m 11 Â¬ Yonir ilan You nro palo fooblo W unit fiuijtfiui iivrvuu ifiiuiuiu uim citallc You becomo forgotfut morono M nru ucsponucm uioicnca ana pirapics runkcii eyes wrinkled face ttooplnir form nnd downcast countcnanco reveal tho bllsht of your cxlttonco 530 11 mk CURED Air Â¬ stomach troubles The Red Circle i iu nut hpnn iulvirtlsoI in Frankfort Our sales however havo been phenominnl and in every in Â¬ stance tho remedy has Riven satisfac tion If you aresuirerintr from dvs pepslu indigestion constipation bil iousness Jaundice palpitation ver- Â¬ tigo or with an old fashioned hcad- nnw If fnmnln frnm liillnflll or ill- HUlllclentoroxcesslvemenstruationor from any trouble arising from n dis arranged or torpid liver tho Ited rivon phi u wnrrnnted to reliovo you orxwo are directed to refund you your money Try a oox at -- o cuius Once in your family you will never bo without them W McKeo Har- 35 tf dle J W Gay lt tii Â¬ The Nebraska Colorado Express a Â¬ ii nii Kennedys Kzmm g irv mnfTfaH rwr - t Ml W V MMBtWlWWIWHfllHWUW nmcrti cwflnif A tiwvmwwitosM Clothing suits 175 and 250 Boys linen suits 100 to 200 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 Otif lot childs slippers ran and bl ick siz s 5 to S 50c One lot childs lipp rs tan and black sizos 8j4 to oj4 75C lot Misses slippers tan and black 11 to 2 100 Not a pair in either lot that is not worth double the n iV6 Mens linen ymimfWqM Mia mmwWm 90c money AM our narrow toe Oxbrds in ladies sizes 1100 and hey sold from 125 2 00 to 350 1 w Vi m r icm sorjAAtKUurfa Ei 0 C CBUTCHEB CO -- D G FRANKFORT KY GO CBUTCHEB Huntington W Va Furnishings We have just received a new lot of summer shirts in bosoms Madras and silk prices that will surprise you and knock the wind out of 65c our competitors 50c 75c and 100 Good tulbriggan underwear at 50c suit Good l2 hose tan and black ioc Extra y2 hose tan and black 2 pair 25c Working shirts 25c and 40c 5J A Hats Trunks x2 c M in two does not mean mLm the straw hat but the price of it That is what we have done for a jjreat many lines in our straw hat department cut them half in Dozens mens boys and two- - of and childrens dozens Â¬ linen hats and caps only 25c and telebags scopes to suit all tastes and Trunks purses Dlsmarks Iron Nerve County Court Day STATEMENT OF THE Monday was county court day and while there was a jjood crowd out yet it was not 11s laroas usually at Â¬ tends There was feoine s ok sold There was general complaint of want of rain some touacco ouing seriously injured ly it 11 Deposit Bank FRANKFORT JUNt 30b KY AT TH E CLOSC OF UUrflNESS death near Mt Ziou Shelby county Mrs Addie Hopper aged 05 years alter a long ilineis She wus the mother of Mrs D 0 Robinion of this city 1899 Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will und tre Â¬ mendous pnrriry nrenot found wlwn Stomach Liver Kidneys and Eow elsaronut of order If you want these qualities and the success ihiy brine use Dr Kings New Life PHI They develop every power of bra n and body Only 25c at JWGayies drug store pgftywmwjwwiftftftorfyyvygwft The King of Reference Works THE NEW WERNER EDITION OF The Encyclopedia Britannica The Pilot knows just how to steer a vessel to bring it safely through the shoals and out into the open Just so the Trt j tr Encyclopaedia Britannica is the one absolutely reliable guide for the voyage of life One cannot go wrong if its teachings are followed It tells the mistakes men have made how others havesucceededand why An intelligent man gets good from the experiences of others and steers clear of the rocks they ran against The very presence of the 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