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J lt TilE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 4i GIiJO L LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 8100 In Advanc 1 f YOL XXVII FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 2 1903 NO 17 t Whole Stock t BROGAN WE have again a stock of our Red Kip Ties which we sell at 150 We be lieve this is the only store in Central Kentucky which handles a whole stock brogan at any price We know it is the only one at which you can buy a genuine Whole Stock Red Kip Brogan forI 150if fIR K McCLURE SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY i EXPLOSION AND DEATH AT PEAKS MILL On Tuesday afternoon about 8 oolock the boiler of the combina tion grist and sawmill of Gregory Bros at Peaks Mill let go and wrecked the building tho boiler itself being thrown some twenty flve feet from its position A number of gentlemen wore standing near and wero all blown down by the force of the explosion or hit by the boilerIMr Bert a young man em I ployed by the Gregorys was in stantly killed Mr Sol VTainscott another employe was fatally in I jurod the other parties near wero pretty badly shaken up but escaped further injury by almost a miracle Everything was done for tho re possibleSonicwhat similar accident happened near the santo place by which five persons were instantly killed Tho mill destroyed on Tuesday was owned by the Gregory Hros It was originally built by Mr Ches terfield Warren an old citizen of t the Forks of Elkhorn and Mr E W Gregory the father of the pres w ent owners p WASNT THE MAN HE 1 WANTED- A rather eorious incident with laughable results occurred on the L N train to Lexington Satur day afternoon A well known prac tical joker got on tho train at a small station in Hoary county and thinking ho saw a mutual friend in tho smoker ho strode in front of him and yelled out You are tho very man 1 am looking for mak ing as if to draw his gun Tho quiet stranger was too quick for him and landed a hunch o fives in tho jokers right eye bringing tho claret from both fis and oyo- Things looked squally for II wlfilo but as soon as mutual explanations could ho made a shako hands was indulged one was taken and when this city was reached they woro as chummy as could bo Moral Bo sure youro right thou go ahuad NOTICE lhero will be meeting of the Board of Directors of tho Capital Gas and Electric Light Co at their offloe 102 St Clair St city of Frankfort State of Kentucky on Monday January 11 1101 at 2 p moosharp for tho purpose of trans acting such business as may come before tho meeting- D W LINDSEY President 10td 2 ti1 a If i rl = REMEMBERED THE BOYS Mr J W Morrison Manager and Mr M P Brown Jr Chief Clerk of the J E M Milling Co did the handsome thing by the tired hungry and wet fireladdies on Friday morning after tho big elevator fire was under control they took the boys to Frenchys restaurant and gave them the best to be had to comfort tho inner manI Tho boys felt strong enough when they finished the meal to fight am her big fire which they hap pily were sparedI04l9 xcDELx Bears theThe KM Blguaturet GRAND AND NOBLE WORK The Salvation Army Capt Haag in command did splendid work on Christmas Day They had a good dinner for tho worthy poor at the barracks in the West End at which a large number were fed In addition some 200 baskets were sent out to those who wero not able to attend tho dinner Eacli basket had the following contents One sack of flour 2 pock potatoes chicken cnn fruit 2lbs sugar lib coffee hominy and apples grentdealdeserve success especially as they are doing it in His name Hammond C Co have just unloaded ono thousand ten foot scant ling they have a largn assort moot of dry building lumbor 144t 13IAlEf tht l tiary on Saturday afternoon hut it was quickly extinguished by tho prison lire brigade with but small loss No alarm was turned in CAUGHT AT LAST Wado H Watts a somewhat notorious witness in tho Goobol as sassination case has boon detected in stealing hogs in Fayotto county and placed under arrosi shipped scare of tho stolen meat to his friends in this city Ono one y the roses fall Hammond Co have just deliv prod 55000 of thoiroolobratodiWaHh ington Red Cedar Shingles to new Southern Presbyterian 144t f SATURDAYS SHOOTrNOI In a lift on Hy in a saloon in ICraw on Saturday night a man by tho name of Alex Turner who claims Louisville as his home was shot through tho loft arm and across the left breast by n marl by the name of Robert Montgomery the saloon keeper The circumstances leading up to butIleased on bond Turner is thought not to he seri ously wounded and left for his homo in Louisville ATTEMPT AT ARSON An attempt was made on Sunday night about 10 oclock to burn tho residences of Mr Win Crosby an aged white man and Mr J W Daugherty colored near the city limits on Eat Main street A box saturated with grease was placed just whore it would com mtnti ate the blaze to the frame work of the houses and was set fire to Passorsby discovered the fire and it was extinguished without loss CROUP IThe peculiar cough which indi cater croup is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children No time should be lost in the treatment of it and for this purpose noi medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlains vaIIi highly ml be recommended but give this medicine as directed and all symptoms of croup will quickly disappear For sale by alii druggists FRANKFORT MAN SHOOTS COLORED MAN IN VERSAILLES On Monday last Mr M E Gor don the secondhand man be carne involved in a difficulty with a colored man in Versailles during which the colored man drew a knife and started after Gordon when Gordon shot the man He was antwas released A case of selfde louse was shown lL TONIC fUN The following oiflcers were by Hiram Lodge No4 A Y M on Monday night for tile ensuing year John P Selbert W M Harry Jones S W C N Wiard J W Dr V A Kaltenbrmi Tr David P Davis Seoy Farmer S D IHoll E Feamstor J D Shaver S T DEATH OF EDITOR W A HOL LAND Mr 1V1 Holland editor au proprietor of the Eminence Consti tutionalist died suddenly in Louis ofIand started to a hotel when he was stricken and fell on the street He was taken to his room and plays cians summoned but passed away bolero any of them reached his side He was 75 years of ago und had boon a publisher all his life Ho was an agreeable and versatile writer REV CARLISLE P B MARTIN L JJD Wavorly Texas writes Of a morning when first risln often find a troublesome collection butHa small quantity of Ballards lion u dislodgoItof nl1 medicine that is equal to it and it is so pleasant to take 1 can most cordially recommend it to all pursues needing a medicine 1rlhWoitzels 1wtjjt IDOUIJIIS UAIACY IIthoplated an enlargement of its plant by which its capacity to manufac taro ice has been doubled This was greatly needed as the demandIupon this clever company hot weather was taxing its capacity- to the utmost and when any accident happened it had to obtain additional supplies elsewhere- It is now able to meet any demands likely to arise any time in the near future We congratulate these hustling young men upon their success which they fully deserve as they are enterprising and industrious APPOINTED TO POSITIONS UNDER NEW REGIME Auditorelect S W Hager has announced some of the new api poiiltees to take positions when hoi goes into office on Monday next Mr Henry R Prewitt of Mt Sterling to bo Insurance Commis sionerIMr Mott Ayers of Fulton Deputy Insurance Commissioner Mr W Jule Day of Louisville to be Assistant A toH ldltorI Is tho ticket which Is entitled to the Childs Range at Readings The hIder of this ticket will please andInot presented by Monday Jan 4 partyItickets until Range is given away DISLOCATED HER SHOULDER Mrs Tohanna Soderholm of Fer gus Falls Minn fell and dislo oated her shoulder She had a surgeon get it back in place as soon as possible but it was quite sore and pained her very muoh Her son mentioned that he had seen Chamberlains Pain Balm adver tised for sprains she asked ito buysherlesottle of it which he did It quickly re lieved her and enabled her to sleep which she had not done for several IIdas The son was so much pleased the relief it gave his mother itddruggists DAMAGED WHEAT SOLD whodon in the J E M Milling Cos ele eater sold the same on Thursday to St Louis Mo parties for 11000 cash The now owners aro manu facturers of the serial breakfast foods so much used now WATER PIPE BREAKS A water pipe in tho basement of time State Capitol broke on Tues day night and Hooded that portion of the building to tho depth of some four feet Workmen wero at once to work to pump out the water tlturd repair the break BIG LOT OF GATOKS When Col lon Hammonds fore man at his lumber yards on Vii kinson street Capt John T Daniel unloaded a carload of shingles just received from Now Orleans La on Thursday ho found among the bales a good half dozen alligators from 12 to Hi inches lung Owing to their long cold ride the afar were torpid but when thawed out made things pretty lively for a while Go Cud ceo them DR A A BAILEY LANDS A PLUM ofDr A A Bailey of Baileys Mill this county tans been ap pointed to tho vacant plane as As sistant Physician at tho Eastern Lunatic Asylum at Lexington Dr Bailey made a groat race for the Democratic nomination for Cir gentleBl his success int = fb 1904 ti Special reductions on the following goods on ttJt MONDAY AN- DTUESDAY t tJJanrtt1 86 inches wide Cashmere l in aprICeprice per yard 1only JC eo88 inches wide fine Serge all wool regular price 50c per yard QQponly i 38 inches wide Venetian Cloth pretty desirable shades 50c quality QQConly J Ti 88 inches wide real nice lar price 50c Alhatrossiper yard 88 inches wide Granite J50cper yard only 52 inches wide extra fine only b 100 per BronelcJothI 52 inches wide Venetian Cloth till desirable shades beautiful qunJiIt price100peryard only s 50 inches wide Crash in N blackregular p rice 125 per yard97c tonly I52 FancyMixture nice quality regular fiyurd52 inches 11ide Heavy Cloth Suiting in lightSand duck gray our 150 quality per d 119yard only it i Remember that those prices are for Monday and Tuesday only and in order to get goods at pricesrnamed you must buy at the time mentioned 11 C abire Bro j No 41 St Clair Street Frankfort Kentucky i LPuri4e1li fI t Jt i I t Happy New Year I f r To Our Many PaftonsrL t f M A SELBERTf IiPER50NAL II Mr John B Chenault returned from Virginia on Monday Rev M B Adams visited rela tives in Mason county this week Mr C P Chonault left Monday for Estill county Col E H Taylor Jr has re turned from Chicago Ill rLMr Robt M Bergman of Irvine a visitor here this week Mr Bales and wife visited I relatives in Louisville this week Mr Harold Williamson of Lox ington was in the city Thursday- Mr Grant L Roberts left Satur Jlday for Canton Ohio Mrs T T Gaines of Crescent Ij Hill is the guest of relatives here Mr George H Watson has gone to French Lick Springs Ind r Mr Sam E Blackburn of Louis tiVllle was in the city Wednesday Mr Stuart R Wood wont to Cin cinnati Thursday Ii Miss Margaret MoAulifle of Jef fersonville Ind is the guest of Miss Nellie Lillie LexingtoniHamilton on Murray street Mrs E E Abbett of Covington i WAR the guest of Mrs J this week A Y Johnson of Louis is visiting her son Mr Frank hnson on Shelby street IIrR Margaret AI Lewis visited mother Mrs 1 B Lewis in Christmas Day F Mr Julian Jackson of St Louis Mo visited relatives hero this weekMrs John P Hanley and wife spent Christmas Day with relatives in Paris Mr Frank Y Johnson of Louis ville was the guest of his uncle h Mr Frank H Johnson this week heenIty has returned home visitedISville was the guest of Mrs Wm R Wells Taylor Ave this week Mr Will Davis and family of Lo Tnd visited his parents Col John F Davis and wife this week f County Attorney Jas re Buford and wife visited relatives in Mason f county during the holidays Judge T H Paynter left Sunday for Memphis Tenn and points in Mississippi Mr Ben T Farmer of Cincin IItvmtl was a visitor hero during the s Mr Chas R Posey and wife of Memphis Tenn were guests of his brother MrW H Posey this week Mrs Jas S Darnell and son are t visiting relatives at her old home in Adair county Mr Same Stone and wife who have been visiting relatives in Lou isville have returned home Mr C French Thompson of DOF sett Tenn spent the holidays with his relatives here Mrs John N Crutchor is visiting her daugher Mrs Will A Lewis at Harriman loan Miss Pauline Hardin who has been spending tho holidays with her mother at Hodgonvillo has returned home Mr L Samuel of Sholbyvillp who was the guest of his daughter Mrs D P Davis has returned home Mr Howard Jeffers of Coal Crock Tenn is visiting his parents Sheriff A G Jeilers and wife J Ji r AI WI Mr Leslie Ropers who has been spenttheIMiss Belle Sanders went to Louisville on Sunday to be gone sev oral days- SyracuseNguest of relatives Capt I T West returned Wednes day from n trip to Eastern Ken tuckyMaster Walter Martin who is attending school at Wilmore is at home for the holidays Mr Mason B Barret and Mr spentChristmas Mr J Walter Dougherty of Mt Vernon Ind visited Mr W H Watts this week Mr Gavin C Morris of Paint Rock Tenn spent Christmas with his parents Col Richard Morris and wife WilliamsItownBertha Scott Shelby street this weekMiss Nora Miller of this office GeorgetownJohn A Herring Mr Tlios M Page of Indian apolis Ind visited relatives here his old home this week after an absence of 21 years Mr Clay H Hatchitt and wife of Newtown were guests of her mother Mrs R PI Pepper this Shepherd Green of Padu cah who has been the guest of Mrs Adele G Tanner has returned home KentuckyStateguest of his father MrJ B Lewis this week Mrs Howard G Marrs visited her mother Mrs John W Payne at the Infirmary in Lexington on Saturday PIttsbnrgPennMr F H Johnson during the holidaysMr n T Farmer of Cincin nati who has been visiting rela tives here returned home on Mon dayMr A Logan McKee and wife of Cincinnati who has boon visit ing relatives here returned home on Wednesday CityMoMr S C Bull Sr and wife this weekMiss Clara Belle Johnson who Is attending Millursburg Female College and who was the guest of her grandparents Mr IJB Castleman and wife has returned to college Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshall and Charles left Christ mas Day for Mason county to visit her parents Mr A K Marshall and wife Miss Genevieve Posoy who is at tending the College of Music in Cincinnati spent the holidays with her parents Mr W H Posey and wifeMr Clay Bedford who was a former oflicient omployo of the Postal Telegraph Co has returned here and will be with this W U Telegraph Co this winter Mr Nat F Richardson Jr of Nashville Penn who has heenI visiting his parents Mr N Richardson Sr and wife returned homo Sunday morning Mrs1 B Tyler and daughter CntnphellH11tof Princeton Ky have been the guests of Mrs W H Kidd on Fourth street this week Judge 1 H Eaxolrigg and daughter Miss Eliiibotn and son Mr Dyke Hazelrigg attended the funeral of their uncle Mr James Green at Mt Sterling on Wednesday jt sW Mr Tom Wallace the versatile newspaper man will represent the Louisville Herald during the session of the Legislature in this city as special correspondent Ho has been in the city this week Mr John T Rodman of Mem phis Tenn who has been visiting Ills parents Mr J L Rodman and wife in this city has gone to Hen derson to the bedside of his father inlaw Gov John Young Brown Mr Ed E Abbett of the K D W H Co has leased the resi dence of Mrs Robt A Burton on the corner of Second and Shelby streets formerly occupied by Mr Gus G Coulter and will move in as soon as some needed repairs can be made HARVIELAND Well another Christmas has past without any accidents of note occurring in our town Just a finger splintersthrust through the hands is about all that has been reported Mr R H Suter has sold one of his fine tobacco farms to Mr Den countyThething we do know is a judge of to bacco land that wants to buy after a peep never passes us by The sale at Mr Forrest Harrods Tuesday was largely attended and Everythingdidates were thicker than fleas in a hogs bed We only regret to say that Mr Forrest Harrod departs Tuesday next for Mrs E Z Parris of Ten nessee is spending tho holidays with relatives here Mrs Nora Alnutt is spending the holidays with relatives here Mr R C Semones of Lebanon Ky is spending the holidays with his parents here Mr John Marshall and wife spent CnptJMr and Mrs Kempor of Gratz SpendingtheMrs Dr Minis spentTuesdaynett and wife Mr Richard McDonald of Bethel and Miss Fannie Johnson of Frank fort spent Christmas day with Miss Nora Spoon Mr Lewis Brawner of Cropper and Miss Ella Hambrick were mar ried by Rev Mr Shaw at Pleasant Ridge Church Thursday last Mr Bruce Black acted as best man and Miss Florence Woodsides as brides maid Mr W T Goins Sr lost a valuable cow from eating tobacco Sat urday last pioneerfriendso low for some time is fast recov eringMrs M F Semones has been rJpetorto be up again Died Of pneumonia the infant son of Mr John Tillett and wife The remains were interred in the Antioch burying grounds on Christ mas day A heartfelt sympathy is parentsEVERYBODYS WANTED Fifty young ladies to work at thin Frankfort Shoo Co Apply at the office 7tf REVENUE COLLECTIONS Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts collected internal revenue taxes for December as follows 2250 bir rols 87 110 tax gallons amount of tax 0077021 FOR SALT CHEAP A secondhand freight elevator Apply at this olllce ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and the weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana tc Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 a m leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set forth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central B R Send for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and California via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Fri day March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining oar service FascinntinHtrips complete in every Illinois Central Weeklv Excursions to California Excursion Jars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago MARDI GRAS This occurs at Now Orleans on February 10 1004 For it excursion rates will be in effect to New Or leans on specific dates which your local ticket agent will be able to advise you NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping cars buttetlibrarysmoking oar service and all meals en route in dining oars Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Groat Southern Hotel at Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Gu f Coast has 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and telephoneinphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping oar to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Snr vice via Memphis for hook describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts IiUIJIJPARlICUIJARS Concerning all of tho above can bo had of agents of the Illinois Cen tral or by addressing the nearest of the undersigned representatives of tho Central F W HARLOW n P Louisville A J McDOUGALL D P New Orleans A H HANSON G P Chicago JNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Succeisf al treatment for blood and akin dlacaaes j MARRIED FLYNNSNIDERAt the resi dence of Mr John Grime on Wed Flynnlndried by Rev C J Nugent of tho Methodist Churc- hDAILYGOWENAt the Methodist parsonage on Wednesday Dec 30 Mr Turney Daily and Miss Bes sio Gowen were married by Rev C J Nugent of tho Methodist Church GOINSPHILLIPSAt the resi deuce of the officiating minister on Wednesday Mr Albert Goins and Miss Nellie Phillips wore married by Rev George Darsie of the Christian Church- EASLEYTINSLEY At the Mc Daniel House in this city on Sat urday Mr Wm L Easloy and Miss Lena B Tinsley both of Shelby county were married by Rev M B Adams of the Baptist Church EARLYHURST Cards are out announcing the approaching mar riage of Capt Chas C Early and Miss Elizabeth Hurst the happy event to occur at the Broadway Baptist Church Louisville on Wednesday January 0 at 8 oclock Capt Early is a prominent and substantial business man of the metropolis and is highly regarded by everybody in that city His bridetobo is one of KentuoltysIhandsomest and most lovely dnll htters She is as lovely in as she is in person charactertdaughter of Mr Shrews and wire Laud is also a Woodford county whore she was born and roared We tender to our friend and brother our hearty oongrntulntionsIupon his good fortune in winning so charming a bride and to tho dear little lady upon securing such a noble specimen of Kentucky man hood for a husband- RiCHARDSON CRUTCHER In Louisville on Wednesday Mr Vasohot T Richardson and Miss Mayme Lee Crutchor were married by Rev D F Stafford Mr Richardson is the second son of Mr Nat F Richardson and is an industrious young man Hisjbride is time handsome and daughter of Dr W Lee Crutcher of this county SUTERDOUGIJASS In Lex ington on Monday Nr Edgar F Suter and Miss Maude Douglass both of Louisville wore married f Mr Sutor Is a former employe of this office and is a clever young fellowGEORGESA FFELL In LoulsAIville on Thursday Mr L F George of Topeka Kansas and Mrs Amelia Browder Saifell were married by Rev E L Powell of the First Christian Church Mr George is a prosperous farmer and railroad man of Topeka His brido is tho widow of the late Mr W S Saifoll a former revenue olHojr and a daughter of the lato Prof S P Browder of this city- DARLINGTONSLUCHER At the County Judges olllce on Thurs day Mr Richard Darlington of Graefonsborg and Miss Ida Sluoher of Bridgeport wore mart ried by Judge J H Polsgrovo s traguaranteed t IIf J f i AT COST i OUR FINE STOCK OF= = = = = = ToysIiS D JOHNSON J COI I J THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY positivelyoures Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50olTrial bottle free t11v HARVIELAND w Weather is still cold and disagreeable Fridayjt Miss Hattie Lewis was the gues of Miss Bessie Polsgrove and Miss Bertha Lewis Saturday and Sun day iMr Lewis and Miss Ethel Le- Compto spent Christmas with their cousin Miss Beulah LeCompte Miss Carrie Duvall spent several days with her friend Miss Liddie LewisMr Tom Goins lost a fine cow i Christmas day Mrs Lizzie LoCompte is spend motheri Mrs Ed Roberts and children FannyiMrs Bud Semones and children visited her sister Mrs J C So Monday last fMr Elbort Smith and wife leave for Muncio Ind Mi John Marshall wife and daughter Lola sport Christmas with their brother Mr Matt Brooks at Long Hungry Mr Mitchell LeCompte gave a big dunce Wednesday December 80 We all had a good old jolly time Mr Oscar Clark and wife are visiting her mother Mrs H T SmithMrs Cordie Chisui and daughter Pearl spent Wednesday with Mrs Tom Goins Mr and Mrs Kemper of Grab spent several days with hot r dau htor Mr L T Minish this t Iweol BOYS TN BLUE k NO PITY SHOWN jForyears Gate was after mo con dgtidisc of Piles oansing 24 tumors Whop fall failed Bucklous Arnica Salve clirtd mo Equally good for Burns and nil aches und pains Only Ljiu at all drug stores I 3THURSIAY NIGHTS ALARM At 84o on Thursday night an alarm from box 17 called the de partment to the residence of Dr Sam South on Fourth avenue whoro it was found that some cloth hug airing in front of a stove had caught fire lho blaze was quickly extinguished with small loss FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store Ono of the best bust- ness points around Two mile- from city at the intersection o Versailles and Georgetown roads f For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 80tf BIRTHS=MA SON To Mr Sam B Mason and wifo nee True Hunt Chinn on Wednesday a daughter 4fa t trf1 i tiiij RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev A B Chinn RectorIa in Morning Prayer followed by sermon 730 p m Evening Prayer and sermon Sundayschool at 080 a m Wednesday evening at 780 Evening Prayer and Lecture At 780 evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool lesson inchapelEverybody cordially invited CHURCBIRova m p m the courthouse Sundayschool at 945 a m in the courthousePrayermeeting on Thursday evening at 780 oclock in the Sun ProstVisitors are cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie the Pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m in Endeavor Society meets at 7 oclock in the N HumPhrlesjrorlc Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the chapel TheNowThe Junior Endeavor Society will oclockFridayThe public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers in the oily ROVliFathorLow Mass 730 a m High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780 p in Sundayschool at 2 p m JCHney D D the Pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p In Sundayschool at S45 a in Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at iBO p m The public is uordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev W T Rowland Presiding Elder will preach at It m and 780 m holding the Second Quarterly mooting Communion of the Lords Supper at morning service- Stutdaysohool Tit nriO a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed SOUTH KBN PRESBYTERIAN Uov Win Crowo Pastor will preach at n m and 780 p m IIYonllPrayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Everybody invited to attend For a bad taste in the mouth take a fury loses of Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Warranted to cure For sale by all druJtgistsI A VESTPOCKET DOCTOR tojnever failing in results are Do Witts Little Early Risers A vial of these little pills in the vestpocket is a certain guarantee against head ache biliousness torpid liver and all of the ills resulting from consti strflllJthentho KodoS Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat r Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach a KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT snctStrength timesIPrepared by B DeWitt b Co Chicago For sale by J W Gayle drug gist LETTER LIST The following is the list of adver tised letters for the week ending anuary 2 1904 IAHan Fred Susie Blade Miss Bessie Bran ham Toe Bronston A G B u roller D J Caldwell William Cox Geo W Crane Russell Foster Eld John LucylentJohnson Mrs Nunio Johnson Win King Miss Ada Bull Kissick Rennin Knowlin Miss Bottle Leonard Ed MoCourt Aynos Nelson Mrs A lino Owens GJnll- tHlchltdson Rachel Stephenson F S Persons calling for thoabovo let tors will please say advertised 2i M DRANE P M CLIMATJceUHKS IisbyIproper to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningiss o is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough IItoand dread of the consumptive eau takingGortturttlarly Should you ho able to go to a warmer clime you will Und that consutnpti5thereand regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25j regular site 7oe At all drug gists yr I d Pleasant to take 1 i Laxative J SyrupNAT- URES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION f Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts 4are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling i seousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nuot like it better thair any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND DOC PER BOTTLE j m B BBBB DE fEfEfEfl 1 mttlAT THEm a1m I ffi Va Vs Uh1 l Watches clocks Silverware Link Muttons e 1 Colhir Hutton Studs Fobs Chains 11107HllIgH Bracelets Brooches it Lockets Wrist lings chutuy China BricaBrac UJussoslA Novelties r Silver Novelties Combs and Brushes fancy Mirrors Musical Instruments rt1 W can supply ymii1 m wants ami sav1- y j u tins 25 to 35 C per cent Cheaper itthoDo not wait until stock is i2J nncllprieo yrj I 1d MORRIS JEWELRY CO ICOR MAIN F ST CLAIR 01is 1 mBBBBBBBBa iagf1EEmr 4 j j kd i Tne PrankfartBountlanou n Kntercd till pnstoiHro at Frankfort hen tacky nsscfoiulrlatis iuailablu iiiattrr GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub f FRANKFURT JAN 2 1903 THEY XFVEll FOHGKT As is their custom tlio Implores of tho Roundabout establishment handsomely remembered tho pro prietor on Christmas Thou pros Jut this tinge was an elegant chair but remembering the fate of tho venerable editor of the Cull who wont to sleep in his office chair and toppled over with disastrous re suIts they provided against n likes misfortune by procuring a beautifulr Morris reclining chair one in which wo can rest even doze if need be and dream of tho very pleasant relations which have always existed between us as em plo er and employes and their very many manifestations of a friend ship which wo trust may continue during life It is not our custom to boast of our establishment of its being one of the best equipped in the State and able to turn out work equal to any other office in tho country but wo claim to have rand are proud of Itthe best look ing the kindest hearted and the most faithful office force of any man in the United States and right now we feel able to lick the fellow who disputes that claim May the new year bring to them one and all health and happiness while wo try to attend to the pros perity end of the business THE COMMONWEALTHS CAP ITAL- Louisville Herald All Kentuckians are interested in the capital of the State Frankforti is finely situated on the Kentucky streamsimonwealth The river presents striking opportunities for business pastime and pleasure The scenery along its banks is admirably liver sified here the delightful assertive ness of hillside there the inviting charm of peaceful valley On a fine site commanding such a river as the Kentucky Frankfort should be one of the handsomest if not carItalsKentucky desire that their capital city be made worthy tho State its traditions its achievements Tho capital of Kentucky should be a epochIyouth in the State It should be equipped with public edifices for the chief magistrate and his official Appealsforlibrary to which KOlltucl might point in pride allsIThe proposed construction new modern hotel at Frankfort which there will be ample patron age from the outset is a step in tho capitalaqufppe1Itthe Legislature a winter town hos pitable indeed hut with limited equipment for tho entertainment of visitors In off nrs it is merely a jumpingoff point for persons call ing for a few hours on official busi lIessrlhe people have given Gov ernor Beckham a second term They have sent nn overwhelming Democratic majority to both- branches of the General Assembly distiliguishI this important regard Proud flay will it be for Governor ttooklmm when he lays the cornerstone of a capital with which his name and elicits as well as the liberality iiand foresight of tho General As Hembh shall be forever associated nnlliby other public edifices of a becom olmlncterfwants a capital city worthy its citizenship FIle maul or tomliination of men stundinir in tho way of this desired embellish ment is obstructive narrow IogroisheIarrested by any stumbling block W e look to the Governor and Gen eral Assembly to give practical and splntrf WORKING NIGHT AND DAY littletuw tchlll1o weakness into strength Jlstlossnoss into energy brainfag tutu mental power Theyre won hpllthrgists I Lliit jt ffL4I n Thirty Days Was My Lifes Limit Agony From Inherit ed Heart Disease Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me One person in every four has a weak heart Unless promptly treated a weak heart will easily become a diseased heart A little extra train from any cause is sufficient to bring on this deadly maladv the most common cause ofsudden death Dr Miles Heart Cure will tone the hearts action enrich the blood and improve the circulation My trouble began with catarrh and I have the trouble I have experienced with heart I had the usual symptoms of sleeplessness lost appetite constipation palpitation of the heart shortness of breath and pain the heart and un der left arm Mymother suffered in the same way and suppose mine was an inherited tendency At one time I was in agony I suffered so severe and became so weak that my doctors said I could not live thirty days At this time I had not slept over two hours a night on account ofnervousness The least exercise such as walking about would bring on palpitation and fluttering the heart so severe I hue to give up everything and rest Nerve and Liver Pills cured me of constipation and heart symptoms disappeared under the influence of Dr Miles New Heart Cure Iam in better health than I have been in twelve years and I thank Dr Miles Remedies forit I think therare the grandest remedies on earth constantly recommending CANTRELLWaxahacliie All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Mile Medical Co Elkhart Ind DULY CELEBRATED In accordance with tho usual custom of the Knights Templar of this country to assemble at the same hour on Christmas morning for the purpose of offering a sentiment to the Most Eminent Grand Master of the United States and extending tho compliments of tho season Frankfort Jommandery No4 held a well attended meeting Friday morning which was a very pleas ant affair Not only was the Grand Master toasted but the Grand Com mander of this jurisdiction came in for a share of the honors and in this latter respect they wore not alone for Louisville Commandery No Covington No i DeMolay No 12 and Marion No 24tho four largest Commanderies in the State also remembered the Grand Com mander telephoning and telegraph lug best wishes for a successful administration and a happy and prosperous new year DK LEN HUGHES COMING HOME Dr Lon H Hushes who has been serving in the Phillipines for sev eral years sailed from Manila on the loth of December and is expected to arrive at home about the 20th of this month When the Spanish War broke out Dr Hughes entered the volunteer service was sent to Cuba later transferred to the Phillipines and this will be his first visit home in five yenrs Since ho has been in the Phillipines he has been serving with the Native Scouts with the rank of First Lieuj tenant of Cavalry Dr Hughes is the oldest son of Mr Jas W Hughes formerly of this city but now a resident of the Woodlake- enelghborhoodand has many ft ionds in this city and county who will be glad to welcome him home AT WORK AGAIN The big flouring mill of the J E M Milling Co whose elevator was burned on Christmas Eve resumed operations again on Tuesday morn ing and is as busy as a bee in turn ing out its firstclass flour as though nothing had ever occurred to inter lore with its work BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH Henry D Baldwin Supt City Water Works Shullshurg Wis writes have tried many kinds of liniment but have never receiv d much benefit until I usml Hallards Snow Liniment for rheumatism and pains think it the best lini ment on earth 2 c iej and 100 bottle tit Paul B Weit olsIJUST ONE MINUTE 11liefthe miuroho which tickiits the mn uous mombrano causing the cough and at the samo time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamma tion and htals and soothes tho ulfuctnil parts Ono Minute Cough Ciiro stronglinns tho lungs wards olF pneumonia and is a harmless and nuver Iaillnir tiire in nil curable CIK of Coughs Colds and Croup Ono Mi nu to Cough guru is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by all druggists JJ ltr Duu BEAUTIFUL AND ANUTEJN MASONIC RELTC AND- lI KIR LOOM We have been shown by Rov M Adams an ancient and beautiful heirloom a watch chain in tin shape of a golf square compass and letter G the whole being hand somely sot with rubies This heirloom is known to bo over Iii years old it having boon givon by Lord by tt let of England when on a visit to America to his friend Mr John Adams of Maryland with tho undorstanding that it bo handed down to tho eldest son of Mr Adams iud so on down Hn1 B Adams being tho old est son in tho direct line has fallen heir to this beautiful and orna mental charm Ho is a member of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M and is wearing this charm with great pride ELKS EN AINMENTI PIOElks Dramatic Club on Wednesday evening next January 6 at the Opera House The piece is styled Our Regiment and the cast of- characters is as follows Mr Dobbinson John W Milam Mr Ellerby C W Hay Capt Featherston Dyke Hazel rlgg Guy WarrenerPolk Lalfoon- JohnrralbotN eil Reid Batters Dr John South Mrs DobbinsonMiss Jane Wats- onOliveMice Rebecca Johnson Enid Miss May Popper MaudMiss Esther Burnam lour Regiment is a force comedy of the highest order and will be done to a finish by the above artists on tho night of January 0 1904 at tho Opera House- DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY TO MEET IThe members of Jos H Lewis Chapter Daughters of tho Confederacy will meet at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel St Clair street this Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock A full attendance desired- By order of the President Hammond Co have thin best assortment of shingles that was over brought to this market They can sell you shingles at 2 25U 8 825 or 375 per m 144t ConsumptionSalt fashioned remedy for con sumption Eat plentyof pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 andloo years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this onlyIScotts more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request He sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper ofIcry bottle of Emulsion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and Ij all druggists i Free jje TO OUR DEPOSITORS AND PATRONSr Wo issue ono of these neat find ornamented hometsafes to encourage you to lay aside those small justhectuseBecome a depositor by depositing one dollar Get a Bank and try it If you dont succeed in saving you can always return the Bank to us But try it State National Bank I Dec 2 8t AWFUL HOLOCAUST By telegrams from Chicago it is loaned that the New Iroquois Theatre recently erected at a cost of over 1000000 was consumed by fire on Wednesday afternoon when filled to overflowing with an im mense audience and that some 600 people were either burned to death in the flames or crushed in tine awful stampede caused by the fire Such a terrible calamity as this has never occurred in this country before It strikes the tongue dumb with horror when attempting to tell of it God pity that stricken city which does seem to have had its cup full of horrors to the very brim The monetary loss though im mense is but a bagatelle when compared with the human sacrifice RESUMED FOR THE SEASON The Old Oscar Pepper distillery the property of Messrs Lahrot Graham resumed operations for the season of 19034 on Tuesday This distillery has a flue reputa tion for making good whisky and does manufacture as fine goods as any in the State Tho management are firstclass gentlemen as well They only produce a limited amount each season GOOD SHOWING Mr Sam J Shackloford will re tire as clerk of tho Court of Appeals in a few lays A committee of the judges of that court consisting of Judges Hobson and Nunn have been under orders of tho court going ovor the accounts of the office and find the business in a very sat isfactory condition Every dollar of receipts havo boon accounted for and all due the State has been paid in BADLY OFF We regret to learn that Mr W B Morris little girl who was so badly burned some time since has be- Come so seriously affected that it has been found necessary to bring the little ono to the city so as to bo near a physician Wo hope she may soon recover THANKS Wo havo been placed under obli gations to our friend Mr A F Croighton Jr for a handsome sou venir ink eraser which is sent out by the Planet Mills a big carpet manufacturing plant of Brooklyn N Y of which Mr Creighton is the superintendent in place of his lamented father Wo dosiro to rennin mombrance our thanks for his kind ro All druggists guarantee every hot tlo of Chamberlains Cough Rom ody and will refund tho money to any 0110 who is not satisfied after using twothirds of tho contents This is the host remedy in tho world for la grippe coughs unlds croup and whooping Dough and is pleas ant and safo to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia Sold by all druggists f IT WAS GOVERNOR THORNEq THIS WEEK Durin Jnoroccupied the gubernatorial chair r Thats what your Uncle William has been honing to do for lo these many years BIG WHISKY SALEj m fWarohouse25000 barrels of T B Ripy Wills ky stored in bonded warehouses at Tyrone Ky to lames Levy Bro of Cincinnati Ohio The cost t of the whisky and the tax upon it will amount to 1600000 This is the biggest sale made for a longfitimo HOW IT SRPE ADS A 1firmed ifTheIofStates has made Deans Kidney Pills famous The people of Franki voutevidence at homo Mrs Anna lt Kavanaugh widow residing at 504 Main St corner of f JmlnAlltent medicines I took for a number of years past trying to find relief for the intense suffering endured seemInglyI Iiidlscoumged conditionIwa6 Ii up however T got better but con tinued to suffer with the dreadful Iiikidneys I read the splendid testmonials about Doans Kidney Pills in our papers and this induced me to make one more effort My grandson procured a box for me at tIJ W Gayles drug store and toImy most pleasant surprise they gave me immediate relief and by j continuing the treatment I found improvedFor 50 cents FosterMilburn Co BulYaloiN Y solo agent for the United States Remember tho name Doans and take no other ri SALE IN COHNrlRYy On Tuesday last tho sale of house hold effects etc of Mr Forrest trHarrod took place at his homo in tho Bald Knob neighborhood 4 Everything offered brought good prices Mr Harrod and his family aretgoing to Oklahoma Territory to re Ja0side Ho is a good citizen and his Iiflomr t CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought l Bears theytilgnatu-roof YI t A 5 t Wishing you a Merry Christmas r t W S FARMER BRYANTTOWN r Delayed Letter We have been visited by another R matrimonial oyclone this time far more destructive than the one that visited our community last winter Not only ours but several adjoin ing communities shared the fate Whooping cough has again in vaded our town Mrs Mintie Parish and children of Elkhorn Tenn are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Pul Bark Branch DiedAt the insane asylum in Lexington Dec 9th Mr Ueo FIStigers of Mt Zion He was an honest and upright citizen highly esteemed by his many friends Hej Stigershas thelJrangement His physician andifriends decided to send him to the asylum in hopes that he would be benefited but in vain His disease was heyond control After a stay 1fRome two weeks death came to his great sufferings He leaves a heartbroken wife and six childrenfive boys and one girlasorely grieved mother and two sis ters The remains were sent home Dec 10th and next evening the byRoyat Mt Zion Church The body was returned to mother earth in the family burying ground to await the resurrection morn Tho pallbearr ers wore Messrs W H Sutiduth Ezra Allison Allen Stigers Ezra Sheets Ed Stigers and Archie Moore We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the sorrowing ones I YourlovIinbest heavenly father knoweth He hears your prayers He knows your grief And has given a sufferer happy rest The prettiest event of the season was the wedding of Mr Willie P Stratton and Miss Naomi G Clark at Mt Zion Churuh Wednesday evening Dec 23d The church was filled with friends and relatives of the contracting parties At the appointed time the bridal party arrived The first to enter the church were little Misses Jessie Goins and Jessie Roberts dressed in white with green ribbons carrying mountain ferns Next came Misses Cordie Allison and Jessie Hulette also in white with pink ribbons carrying pink carnations Then came the bride and groom The bride was beautifully gowned in white tulle made en train and tastefully trimmed in lace and rib bon She carried a lovely boquet of bride roses The ceremony was performed by Rev C J Nugent of Frankfort Immediately after the ceremony the happy Couple- accompanied by the brides sister left on the L N train for Loui ville and were there entertained by the grooms sister Mrs James Baskett They remained there until Saturday evening when they returned to the homo of the bride Intspread with choice viands May heavens blessing crown their path- Mav they live a long and useful life A sacred union divinely given- A faithful husband and a loving wife tI YOCUMI GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres of good land well situated with plenty of water both pond well and springs well in the yard about 15 acres of woodland brick house of seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdule and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostel ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office r7qtr 1 f STAMPING GROUND Mr Joe Kennedy and wife of Pittsburg Penn wore guests of relatives here during the holidays Mr J Will Calvert who has been very ill Is improving slowly DiedNear Minorsville Mr Jos Romans aged about 75 years Miss Beatrice Duvall who is stenographer in Cincinnati is at home for the holidays Messrs J B Sprake Herman Robinson and Rankin Duvall all students at the State College are at home for the holidays Albert Lewis colored who is an efficient butcher has killed 199 hogs for our farmers this season He only charged 85 cents per head which makes it much cheaper for the owners than doing the work themselves He thoroughly understands his business Dr A Stewart has sold his drugs etc to Mr O N Jameson who will soon take charge Mr Jameson is a thoroughly competent pharmacist We regret to learn that Rev T Warn Beagle the venerable and able pastor of our Baptist Churoh is suffering with dry gangrene in his feet and but little hope is felt for the outcome Bro Beagle is a truly pious man one who lives his religion every day His good wife is still very sick but is somewhat better than she has been The im mediate family of these good people are with them Our whole community was sad dened by the sudden death of our venerable friend Mr C H Duvall Uncle Nealy who died Saturday morning at tho homo of his daugh ter Mrs R L Thomason Our correspondent sent us an obituary of our friend but we had already written an article which may be found in another column Editor UNO HILLDALE Mr Jesse Conway gave a very pleasant social Saturday night which was well attended and en joyed by all present Mr Grover Clark of Bridgeport was the guest of Mr Chester Lace field Saturday Mrs Maurice Nickels of Louis ville is visiting her mother Mrs Bettie Dennis this week Mr William Tracy is very ill at his home in Frankfort Mrs Tate and little granddaughter Mary Lou Corbin of Falrview were guests of Mrs William Lace field Sr last Monday Olla the little daughter of Mr Ben Tracy Is very ill with pneu monia The Choatevillo correspondent is still waging war on stepmothers Let us hear your opinion on some other subject the weather or tho state of the growing wheat Mr Willie Lacefleld and wife from near Frankfort were guests of their grandfather Mr William Lacefleld last week Mrs Lyman Suter and laughter Miss Catherine were guests of Mrs Jdhn Edge one lay last week VIOLET Weather strips at- Hammond C Co Wilkinson St 144t SKA OF AZOF DISAPPEARING St Petersburg Doc HIlho son of Aof is disappearing and ro nmrkiible suenes are in course of notion At Tagunnog tho have receded to such an wntulsI during tho last live days t bed of the sea is visible for a dis tance of thousands of foot High winds hurled clouds of sand shoreward tiovoring the town Vessels are lying high and dry and the greatest confusion prevails in the harbor Work in tho factories has had to bo reduced to a minimum owing tD lack of water M Q BEST These are the three rules which rule this store in all seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no reason why we shouldnt and if at any time you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it John Driscoll IIGOODS THE TMENT Frankfort KyI it i Saffells aI Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods ofall kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand v New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer N t Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies Ii IWhiskies and Wines of all ages and kinds itlit TRY OUR FAMOUS I Red Jacket Cider Something Swell IN REED ROCKERS The kind that rests you Something comfortable from 250 up Ra ROGERS 6 SONS J Dr Cadys CondKfon Powders are badlmedicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Ga- ylelarks Sidney Globes Guaranteed Cure for allKidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief and one box ail care any ordinary case of Kidney orFBladder Trouble Removes Gravel cure Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and all irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder in i bothmen and women Sold ttt 50 cents per box on the No Gore No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price YMayCURED AFTER SUFFERING TEN YEARS B F Hnre Sept Miami Cycle and Mfg Co Micldletown 0 suf dyspepsiaHemedicine and with doctors without receiving ruby permanent benefit He says One night while feeling exceptional bad I was about to throw down the evening paper when I saw an item in the paper regard psiaOurewhile I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After uising two bottles I am stronger and better than I have been In years and I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and ac quaintances sufferln gfrom stomach trouble Sold by all druggists BRUTALLY TORTURED A case came to light that all persistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Goloblck of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and noth in relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the great est medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it corn pletely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney Only50udruggists Our Guaranteer rgunrnntee absoluteasatisfaction when you buy ts J E M Flour and if for any reason it lees trot suit you you can i money back Your grocer soils it with this un del tnl1dll1g Ifwe couldimn-lw hill stronger guarantee wo VOtlld lust toll your r grocer to send you J E M Flour today Sold only by grocers and made only by tho I IJ B ffl mining Co Ii Your Christmas Shopping Must be Done why not Begin Now r If you have decided on serviceable gifts take a look at our special offerings for this Xmas 150ISpecial line Ladies Slippers 300 to 400 tLarge assortment Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Oxford tandWays Mufflers in Silk and Wool Big lot of Hose from a lOc Cotton to a 150 Silk CRUTCHER fe SIMPSON I c f k MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY J REGULAR BLIZZARD When the writer of this article got Into a buggy in Versailles on Christmas night to start home the moon was shining brightly and th weather was ideal just enough of frost in the atmosphere to make it brucingI some six miles from Ver snipes the clouds begun to gather seemeiJust when passing Jetts Station the wind which had begun to blow furiously brought with it a blind ing rain which in a few minutes Was succeeded by clouds of snow randsleet The wind blew so fiercely that Was with difficulty that the horse We were driving could go out of a Walk and it seemed as though the and all would b blo Snfromhorse pike several times overIi out before we could take it off This is but a small illustration of i the merry old climate we have in the blue grass since the big forests t have been destroyed 0A lAaelite thelhlt Signature Y 1of NEW ESTABLISHMENT Mr M Saffell has rented the old Todd stand at the South Frankfort bridge and will open a firstclass grocery store in the next daysj is an experienced mer chant and thoroughly understands the business STRIKING AGAIN City ClockKeeper lI A Jones Informed us on yesterday that ho had at last succeeded in making th necessary repairs upon the City Clock and that it will strike along from now on Eczema scald head hives itch mess of the skin of nn sort in stun tly relieved permanently cured loans Ointment At any drug store BIG FIRE A big fire broke out on Main street in lit Sterling on yester day morning at oclock destroying property to the value of over 100000 including the handsome Opera House Air JOE Barnes a wholesale merchant was killer by falling walls 1lO nicest and plnasantest med Paine I have used for indigestion and constipation is Chamberlains sayMelard 5 Y They work like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleas ant effect For sale by all drug gists SMALL BLAZE TUESDAY N iHT I At 8 oclock on Tuesday night an alarm from box 21 called the fire boys to the residence of Col W S Dehoney on Main street near High where a defective flue had set fire to the wainscoting stir rounding it in the dining room oxtlnguishedJcovered by insurance r t Pbf 2 KE ITIIEL TAIIs being exploited this season with a cast of pronounced excel sure at the head of which wo fine Miss Ruth Eldridge in the name part Marie Corelli is unique in he writtenIa play is now in its third successful year Thelma is a tale of quoin characters and picturesque locale The same may bo said of the play It is totally unlike nay other drama now being produced on the stage The first second and last acts ar itall laid in northern Norway and the customs and habits of the peo pie who live there have never be aBThe exterior of the old bondes homo near the Alteh Fjord sumde glowing in the light of the sun at midnight still shines re splendently in the heavens and iEtho last act pictured as it appear- during the Winter mantled snow devoid of vegetation and without light save that is derived from the Aurora Borealis gives to the scenic artist a chance to paint two opposites of the same foundIited world and Manager Chase gave to both electrician and the opportunity to do all they could devise for these scenes the result of which is said to he two creations of beauty such as seldom have boo offered to tho public The snow avalanche in Act IV which is produced by means of electricity has been pronounced one of the most realistic of all modern stage novelties Iljedezgorze the most famous waterfall of Norway is also shown in Act II The scenery was painted from original photographs of the actual sooner Iho production is therefore one of educational inter est and should commend Itself to the interest of our best theatre goers of whose patronage we he sieve it to be worthy Tholina will ho produced at the Capital Theatre un Monday Jan 4 Xosrlectrd colds make fat gmve yards Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup helps inen and wonien to a happy vigorous old ue0- 1IiANKS Wo desire on of the people of our native and beloved city to return their and our thanks to the able editor of the Louisville Herald for tho timely and well written ar tide in regard to the proposed new Capitol which wo give in another place JUST AS A FIRE Spreads in dry grass and weeds so does an inflammation of the coldgrowdown theOreWhen you begin to cough use Allens Lung Balsam It will certainly heal the sore throat and lungs and it may save you from consumption 1Woman love a clear healthy nom itspureblood t fr8CkICft CIgCI aB1I RC- The Midland Route Local Time Table Passenn MNoBJINOtLV D Frankfort Ar 20011 Summit I Elkhorn 110 700 2 Switzer 6 229 Stamping Ground 6 285 729 Duvall 885 241 785 Johnson 6 2 f Georgetown 8 2l 18e8 818 Centerville 9 669 3 7I 817II Elizabeth 2 555 8 827 IIParis Junctn 9 545 8 880 Ar Paris r Lv 980542 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q O KentuckyCentralConnects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN CINCINNATIVIA lueu n MIPM 0 60 LC Frankfort Ar ea 018nBETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA PARIS s Lv Frankfort Ar Lv Georcctown Ar Lv ParIs Ar Ar Cincinnati Lv NTUOKY CENTRAL R R POI N P M 715 62l I 53 255 Tft 2OA1715PIIIP 42A A Winchester L 709A245P 115Ps53PnGEO B HARPER Samuel E Hutton Pres and Gcnl Supt G P A n MORE APPOINTMENTS I1ho following additional list of appointments effective under the new regime has been announced Judge C Break Hill of Winches ter to be Fiscal Attorney vice C J Wliitemoro Mr H V Churchill of Eliza bethtown Chief Clerk Miss Sarah Mahan of Danville stenographer Ely Jlerry of Owensboro James Doyle of Lexington and James Wright of Bowling Green all in the Auditors Oflloo- In the Superintendent of Public Instructions Oflhy Mr Harry Tandy of Padueah chief clerk Mrs J H Fuqua second clerk Mr Walter Crady of Hodgcnvlllo third clerk- ExSenator R 0 Cronshaw of Hopkinsville will bo Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture SIMPLE COLDS prolongedbeginningBallards cold and removes the cause of colds 25c GOc and 100 bottle at Paul B Woitxele FREE TRIAL TREATMENT showing the perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on re quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soli cited Write today for our free book which gives our references terms e tc1IANHATTENPHERAPEUTIC BroadwayNow jl a p Umbrellas Suspenders Garters Ear Muffs Jewelry Dress s Suit Cases Bags Trunks c If you are looking for the largest assortment of good mer chandise come to us All our lines are complete Our Prize Watch will be awarded New Years Day to j some School Teacher So dont forget to vote for your fa vorite James right which which behalf iThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has the signature of arid has beennlado under his per 9sonal supervision since its Infancy no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment t What is CASTORIACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil PareIgoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant 16 1 contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the of M2TyThe Kind You Have Always Boughtti In Use For Over 30 Years N 01 u mn J els rW2Ahas 1fL dA J Ft b n hJJ e so of nerveslac ofl1I ctItCIia blllf to rlm el nil gouo muladyIc Doat fun otiJ JJarilfeel Ct lJoHl SO Coutc ALL DRUGGISTS usx 1 tstr ra wrtr 1 1 PAUL B Wl 11ZELtCOl St Clair Broadway t rDrOBDemaree General Practice and Electrothe rapeutics including X Rays Ultra Violet Rays Galvanic and Faradic ElectricityOFFICE ANN STREET CAPITAL HOTEL BLDG HOUHS 10 to 19 n 2 to 4 nml 0 to 8 p in PHONES Oflice Now 102 Old 402 Residence Now Old 220 14lin genuineLaxativethe remedy that cured n cold In one day lc J IDONl WORRY i yetittho matter If the cause is some thing over which you have no con trol it is obvious that worrying will leastOucontrol you have only to act When you have a cold and fear an attack Chamberlains itri Judiciously and all cause for an to the outcome will quickly disappear There is no danger of pneumonia when it is used For sale by all druggists FOR SALE- A surrey Almost new Apply JAS W WHITEHOUSEIto 12ti t tw BEATMS DiJVALLAt the residence of his soninlaw Mr R h Thoma son near Stamping Ground on Saturday morning Mr Cornelius H Duvall aped 70 years of rheu matism Verily a strong pillar in Zion has fallen and a sturdy soldier of tho Cross has won his crown II Uncle Nealy as everybody was fond of calling this grizzled veteran was a true Christian gen tleman with all that the name im plies Quiet umsssuming yet earnest und zealous he Jived day by lay the truths of the religion he had professed for so many long years As a good brother once said his pocketbook was baptized along with his person Ho was ever ready to help heir the burden of the cause ho loved whether physi i cal or financial He raised a large family of children to rise up and call him blessed and they are worthy citizens of their several communities Genial and wholesouled his so ciety was sought by all both young and old He had never been wholly the same however since the wife of his youth was called home in 1advance There was a subdued and chastened spirit about him that was pathetic and drew his friends himry to amount to anything in his long life and when the insidious disease that laid him low appeared his sturdy form yielded as is so often the case with strong and stout men all too soon But thank God he was not afraid when the whitewinged messenge- rt came to convey his tired spirit to the better land Quietly and peace fully as a child going to sleep his 1weary head was pillowed on the arms of his Savior and ho went home gladly to meet tho loved ones over there The funeral services were con ducted from the Owenton Baptist Church on Monday afternoon at 2 oclock by Rev E F Wright of i New Liberty and the loved form was laid to rest by tho side of hist 1wife in the Owenton cemqtery He was a member of the Stamp i lug Ground Baptist Church and A will be sadly missed He leaves six sons four daughters two brothers and two sisters too mourn his death Farewell dear brother farewell We shall strike hands again on i the other shore where no parting j words are ever spoken and no bitter tears are shed Until then fare- wellJ WALKER In Chicago Ills Amanda Morehead Walker of Mr Saml J Walker and l11rs daughter of the late Gov S Morehead died of pneu Walker was born and raised 4 in this city and was married in i Ascension Church in 1850 by Rev J N Norton to Mr Walker She leaves three sons and three jdaughtels to mourn her deathI A BLOW IN THE IiP BAOKI An overcoat is a necessary nuis ance and the tendency to take it off 011 warmish days in late autumn and winter is as strong as it is un wise A treacherous wind hits you in the back and the next morning you have lumbago Rub well and often with Perry Davis Painkiller and you will be astonished to find how quickly all soreness is ban ished There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Dr Weavers Treatment i t 3yrnppuritieathebloodCeratehealsdklneruptlooeBodily I fhomnsEleotrlcrelief in cases of burns cuts sprains accidents of any sort jSENT WORK WIZZING During the recent Christmas times Capt E M Drnno and his andjeverout on time to a clo- tREMOVALt W E BAXTER D D S M D Has removed his olllco to rooms In tho Baxter ingtlonthlulitcornur St Olnlr und Broad entrance on St Smciul attention SurgerySj Both phonen Now No 6 Old No April 111 yr ELKS ENTERTAINMENT Frankfort Lodge No 550 B 11 O Elks will have an entertain mont given for their benefit by tho Elks Dramatic Club on Wednesday evening next January 0 at the Opera House Tho piece is styled Our Regiment anti the cast of characters is as follows Mr Dobbinson John W Milam Mr Ellorbva W Hay Capt Feathorstori Dyke Hazclrigg Guy WarrenerPolk Lalloon John TalbotNell Reid Batters Dr John South Mrs Dobbinson Miss Jane Wats- onOliveMiss Rebecca Johnson Enid Miss May Pepper Maud Miss Esther Burnam Our Regiment is a force comedy of the highest order and will be done to a finish by tho above artists on the night of January 0 1004 at the Opera House Prices of admission 25 80 and 60 cents Within the reach of all Between the 1st and 2d acts of Cur Regiment next Wednesday night at Opera House the orchestra will play one of Dr W E Bax ters new marches A Touch of Rag Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin ernpUosi A WORD IN TIME Now that the holidays are passed we think it time to say a word in advance looking to the next return of Christmas in advocacy of an ordinance absolutely prohibiting the shooting of cannon crackers dynamite cartridges roman can dles etc on the streets of slur city There were quite a number of serious accidents narrowly averted during the recent celebration no thanks to the thoughtless crew of boys and young men who were indulging in the socalled sport There were quite a number of ladies who were made quite ill by the nervous strain of the constant discharge of these noisemakers A number of ladies had come to the city to make Christmas pur chases alone in vehicles who were forced to return homo without doing so owing to the danger to themselves from having their horses frightened- We of course want children and youths to have a good time at this joyous season but they must re member that they have no right to have a good time at the expense of danger to the lives and health of other people We advocate this measure at this time in order to prevent loss to the dealers in explosives and so that it may be generally known in advance that the use of these things will not be allowed again Wo hope tho City Council will take the proper stops while the matter is fresh in tho minds of everybody On the ThresJlI old of a New I Year I I I iIiIyearsbusinessacknowledge appreciation patronsthecoming year may be one of iIE happiness and prosperity Our aim hits been to con duct a drug store that should conserve in every way the best interests of Mthe public The acnom plishment of this purpose IiIi hUH been made possible by iftho steadfast of W those to whom this greet iK Is extended I L GAYLE CO 314 Main Street JW GAYLE Cor Ann and Broadway arc IiIE Ii O I e = FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Vo are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL us a can didiito for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec IHtf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as ounty Court Clerk subject to the notion of the Democratic primary 2te IF UNWELL Try 50o bottle of Horbine notice the improvement speedily olleoted in your Appetite Energy Strength and vigor Watch how it brightens the spirits gives freedom from Indigestion and Debility Isaac Story Ava Mo writes Sept 10 1500 I was in bad health I had stomach trouble for 12 months also dumb chills Dr J W Mory prescribed Horbine it cured 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ask us first GKO L GARRETT Tray Passgr Agt L1 1RWIN Genl Passgr Agt- Louisville Ky j frCCIIOII4y I Gahiesdo one in each package of Lion Coffeeat your Grocers OASTOBEABeare theThe BouII oftc rI ikfcim JJ im tnnsro BET- WEENLouisville AND ChicagoC- AlisfOERON I AND THE VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION LOUISVILLE TIONCHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON P AI 4 Cur 4 Hi cud Market Mt IrfmUvil REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following are the assignments of Internal Kovenuc Storekeepers r Gunners Mini StorekoeporGaugors In this division of the Ttl District k as nuulo by Collector S1 Roberts for the month of Iculullr- ySTOREKEEPERS J G Brawner to Ky River Distillery No John R Spiers to Kv River Distillery No J warehouse Amos Griffith to Ky River Dis1 tillery No 2 warehouse F Clark to W A Gaines Coy No 4 John W Jewett to W A Gnines Co No4 warehouse A W Nazor to W A Gaines Co No 4 warehouse W H Sneocl to W A Gaines Co No4 bottling- J P Rogers to S J Greenbaum No 9 P P Pnrrisn to S J Greenbaum No9 warehouse G W McConnell to S J Green baum No9 warehouse E F Darnaby to S J Green baum No 9 bottling- P S Rule to S J Greenbaum No9 meal room L F T Steele to S J Green baum No 9 night John T Berry to John T Barbee N o 82 W L Baker to John T Barbee No 82 bottling John R Dagley to Geo Baker No 88 L R Diggs to Geo Baker No- Ra meal room W C Shye to Geo Baker No 88 nightJ Murray to John Cochran Co No 87 L L L mnster to John Cochran Co No 87 warehouse R H Whittington to Labrot Graham No 52 Chas H Talbott to Labrot Graham No 52 warehouse P G Powell to Labrot Graham No 52 meal room J W Black to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 Isaac T West to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 warehouse John A Logan to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 warehouse Jos H Smoot to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 5 mpal room D E Enid to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 night C T Asbury to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 bottling R Straus to W A Gaines Co No 106 W P Bacon to W A Gaines Co No 100 warehouse C H Morgan to W A Gaines warehouserD Nash to A Gaines Co No 106 warehouse- H S Sinclair to W A Gaines Co No 100 bottling W A Hamilton to W A Gaines Co No 100 meal room 2 J Phelps to W A Gaines rCo No tOO night B Piper to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 StaggI CoifGAUGERS H A Croxton to W A Gaines Co No lufl entries li H T Gaines to Geo T Stagg Co No 113 John Coohran No 87 Letcher Lusby to S J Green baum No 9 withdrawals M G ONeill to John T Barhoe l No 82 entries and withdrawals GraIdrawals x S A Powell to W A Gaines 1 Co No 100 withdrawals E H f t Taylor Jr Sons No 5J entries and withdrawals J P Williams rectifier W M Saudi to George Baker l No 88 entries and withdrawals r John Stephanski to Ky River Distillery No2 withdrawals ft A Gaines Co No4 withdraw alsSTOREKEEPERGAUGERS S F Owen to Laval Mayse No 1- 1Gus Whitohouse to W J Frazier No 50Ito r T M SalFell No 91 W D Blunding to J N Blake more No 95 A V Combs to Haynes Trun die No 10- 0WHATS IN A NAME whonitC DeWitt Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel ForblindburnshrulAes Thishasloss counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by all drug gists WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME A series of brilliant military pic tures set to inspiring patriotic mu sic with a well defined story of Civil War times is the result of the latest effort of Stanislaus Strange and Julian Edwards the authors of Dolly Varden It is called When Johnny Comes Marching Home and has been described as the first and only true American comic opera ever produced It was welcomed in Now York where it was played all last season to crowded houses and enthusiastic audiences as a genuine novelty interestIlugstirring situations as any war play ever written it is the music which has won all hearts It is of that popular kind which is at once caught up and arranged for dance music pot pouris and medleys and played in all the hotels and restaurants most effected by fash ionable people One number My Own United States has been in troduced among the patriotic songs of the country and is being sung in the public schools When that was first sung with unusual fervor by the entire company on the opening night at the New York theatre the audience rose and cheered for several minutes a singular demon stration for a New York audience usually so cold tranquil and col lected Among other numbers in the opera that have become enor mously popular are Just Marry the Man and be Merry Good Bye Yankees My Honeysuckle Girl and Years Touch Not the Heart The gem of the opera however is Katie My Southern Rose The quaint dresses of the time of the Qivil War are reproduced with fidelity and most of the time thu stage is full of pretty girls deoked out in the frill and enormous crinoline hoop skirts of a generation ago The company en gaged by Mr F C Whitney is an exceptionally good one and one of the largest comic opera organiza tions ever formed while the pro duction as a whole is said to he most gorgeous rivaling any of the Kocallod spectacular pieces in point of scenic splendor or lavish riot of color in costume and me chanical effects The company numbering eighty people mostly pretty girls will be seen at tho Capital Theatro Saturday January 9 1904 WANTED A trustworthy gentle man or lady in each county to marl ago business for an old established stanlingAof 18 paid by check each Monday with all expenses direct from head quarters M noy advanced for ex penses Enclose addressed envel BldgChicago WALTHERS PEPTONIZED LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTH WEST AND CALIFORNIA From September 15 until Novem ber 80 1903 the Burlington makes toIfrom 25 to 40 per cent from the reg ular ratesTHE WAY TO GO The Burlington with its strong main lines and free chair cars best reaches the West and Northwest via Denver Billings or St Paul The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific throughtrainsleepers via Billings Montana to Puget Sound and intermediate points TO CALIFORNIA The Burlingtons weekly person ally conducted California excur sions in through tourist sleepers are just the thing for coast tourists and settlers The route is Denver Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS These are run the first and third approximatelytripIt will be a pleasure for us to give you an accurate and informative reply to any inquiriesL Genl AgentSt Mo W M SHAW D P A 40 Vine St Cincinnati Ohio c O TIME TABLE l ISOGTH Lt gtn Ill 4helbysnile Ionisvllie No 22 INo NoItTHA PM liv Slielbyvllo Foiilsvllle A Lexington nmkfort 11018 NIGHT WAS HER TERROR nightlonggate of Alexandria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block would cougH frightfully and spit blood but when other medicines failed three 100 of Kings Now Discovery wholly cured mo and I gained 58 pounds Its guaranteed to 01110 Coughs Colds Grippe Bronchitis Throat and Troubles Price 50 and 100 Trial bottles free at drugstores flOLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY fFH JR Proprietors Frankfort Kentuck t BftRTJand PIIlIsieal Culture Walthers Peptonized Port is a great to any system physical culture The man who does not take physical culture or systematic exercise needs it even more because Walthers Peptonized Port largely takes the place exercise inducing tinedigestionand bowels It assists organs thereby the user to get the greatest amount of strength from his food j It makes new red blood and invigorates the system l Walthers Peptonized Port is sold in two sizes cents and 10o r1 THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh PaltfFOR SALE BY J jGAYLEI1 No21 INo 31PM 820 630 s18l11100 8OC 880 928 740 ll all bottles Dr absolutely La and all all TAYLOR SONS x auxiliary of of in the digestive enabling entire 50 6KC 700 WINTERS COMING 1 CARRY r Im GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS f f TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES 1 ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING t FRANK G1 STAGG 1 I210 Ann Street Frankfor Ky VORMS I j WHITES CREAM j Most In Quantity Best la For 20 Years Has Led ill Worm Remedies tmBSWSB- OXjSD r sit AXtX ITTC3GXQT13 rrepared by 4 JAMES F MALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway I Strongest in is THE the World IjlEqUItabl SOCIETY IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not for a day but for all time SURPLUS 75752997the largest total of any Life Co on Earth In surplus there is strength from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1902 4477 924 thus was paid by other Co Moro than a million a month was paid year in lentil claims than a million a month in living benefits Why allow your family to carry the burden when the Equitable is really and willing Assure today tomorrow never conies I shall be pleased to call and explain our cont- ractsWilsonRalph R OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY J FOR SALiE A very desirable twostory BRICK doubleIAvenue West Side Bellepoint Will be sold very cheap for or its equivalent Apply at this 4tf officeI oA S rz 0 iIe ABears hale thorCiThO 171siny VERMIFUGEQuality eASSURANCE I and more tiny last more cash EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS i TRADE MARKS DESIGNS i COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone lending a sketch and our opinion froe whether an tInvention Is probably oatentnhle Cotnmunlca UonlltrrcU on Patentl lent tree Oldest securing patents Patents taken through Munn A Co receive tptclalnotice cbarno In the d Scientific JimericanNhandsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dry rotation of any olenttflo Journal Terms WI a tour month tL Bold by all newsdealers mUNN ICOurNeWDY k IJrancb W J iii REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS The following arc tho assignments of Internal llovvnuo Storekeepers Gangers and StorekeeperGangers In this division of tho 7th District ns made by Collector S J Roberts for the month of Janunrv- SPOREKEEPERS J G Jirawner to Ky River Dis tillery No2 John R Spiers to Ky4 River Dis tillery No 2 warehouse t Amos Griffith to Ky River Dis tiller No2 warehouse 1FD Clark to W A Gaines Co No4 I John W Jewett to W A Gaines Co No 4 warehouse A W Nazor to W A Gaines Co No4 warehouse f W H Sneed to W A Gains Co No 4 bottling J P Rogers to S J Greenbaum No 9 P P Parrish to S J Greenbaum No9 warehouse G W McConnell to S J Green baum No9 warehouse E F Darnaby to S J Green baum No 9 bottling- P S Rule to S J Greenbaum No9 meal room L F T Steele to S J Green baum No 9 night John T Berry to John T Barbee No 32 J W L Baker to John T Barbee No 82 bottling tJohn R Dagley to Geo Baker No R3 L R Diggs to Geo Baker No B3 meal room W C Shye to Geo Baker No 8J nightJ Murray to John Cochran No 37 ICo L Lumaster to John Cochran f Co No 37 warehouse tRH Whittlngton to Labrot No 52 Chas H Talbott to Labrot Gra Ji ham No 52 warehouse P G Powell to Labrot Gra ham No 52 meal room t J W Black to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 r Isaac T West to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 warehouse John A Logan to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 warehouse Jos H Smoot to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 5 mpal room D E Reid to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 night C T Asbury to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 bottling R Straus to W A Gaines Co No 106 W P Bacon to W A Gaines Co No 106 warehouse C H Morgan to W A Gaines No 106 warehouse ICo D Nash to W A Gaines No 100 warehouse H S Sinclair to W A Gaines Co No 100 bottling W A Hamilton to W A Co No 100 meal room- Z J Phelps to W A Gaines nightt T Stagg Co No 113 B N Webster to Geo T Stag- Co No 113 warehouse C N Wiard to Geo T Stagg Co No 113 bottling Il GAUGERS H A Croxton to W A Gaines t Co No luO entries H T Gaines to Goo T Stagg Co 1 No 113 John Cochran No 87 L Letoher Lusby to S J Green baum No 9 withdrawals L M G ONeill to John T Harhco No 82 entries and withdrawals S D Pinkerton to Labrot Gra ham No 52 entries and withdrawals S A Powell to W A Gaines lCo No 100 withdrawals E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 on trio1 and withdrawals J P Williams rectifier W M Saifell to George Baker I iNo 88 entries and withdrawals t Stephanski to Ky Rive No 2 withdrawals W rDistillery als A Gaines Co No 4 withdraw STOREKEEPERGAUGERS S F Owen to Laval Mayse No 1- 1Gns Whitehouse to W J Frazier No 50 Bucknor MoElroy to J 1 M SaiFoll No 91 W D Rlanding to J N Blake more No 50 A V Combs to Haynes Trun dIe No 10- 5WHATS IN A NAME Everything Is In the name whon it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DoWitt Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For protrudingbruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by all drug gists WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME A series of brilliant military pic tures set to Inspiring patriotic mu sic with a well defined story of Civil War times Is the result of the latest effort of Stanislaus Strange and Julian Edwards the authors of Dolly Varden It is called When Johnny Comes Marching Home and has been described as the first and only true American comic opera over produced It was welcomed in New York where it was played all last season to crowded houses and enthusiastic audiences as a genuine novelty Although the story is as interesting and well sustained and full of stirring situations as any war play ever written It is the music which has won all hearts It Is of that popular kind which is at once caught up and arranged for dance music pot pouris and medleys and played in all the hotels and restaurants most effected by fash ionable people One number My Own United States has been in troduced among the patriotic son of the country and is being sun in the public schools When that was first sung with unusual fervor by the entire company on the opening night at the New York theatre the audience rose and cheered for several minutes a singular demon stration for a New York audience usually so cold tranquil and col lected Among other numbers in the opera that have become enormously popular are Just Marry the Man and be Merry Good Bye Yankees My Honeysuckle Girlnnd Years Touch Notthe Heart Tho gem of the opera SouthernsRose The quaint dresses of the time of the Qlvil War are repro duced with fidelity and most of the time the stage is full of pretty girls deoked out in the frill and agago company en gaged by Mr F C Whitney is an exceptionally good one and one oi the largest comic opera organiza tions ever formed while the pro duction as a whole is said to be most gorgeous rivaling any of the socalled spectacular pieces in point of scenic splendor or lavish riot of color in costume and me chanical ollects Tho company numbering eighty people mostly pretty girls will be soon at tin Capital Theatre Saturday January 9 1904 WANPBDA trustworthy gentle man or lily in each county to man ago business for an old ostablishod standingAof 18 paid by cheek each Monda with nil expenses direct from heed quarters Manny advanced for ex penses Enclose addressed envoi opo Manager 800 Caxton Bldg Chicago 810t WALTHERS- PEPTONIZED LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTH WEST AND CALIFORNIA From September 15 until Novem ber 80 1903 the Burlington makes toIfrom 25 to 40 per cent from the reg ular ratesTHE WAY TO GO The Burlington with its strong main lines and free chair cars best reaches the West and Northwest via Denver or St Paul The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Express is the great daily through train with chair oars and tourist sleepers via Billings Montana to Puget Sound and Intermediate points TO CALIFORNIA persongsions in through tourist sleepers are Just the thing for coast tourists and settlers The route is Denver Seenio Colorado and Salt Lake HOMESEEKERS EXCUR SIONS These are run the first and third- Tuesdays of each month at approx imately half rates for the round trip It will be a pleasure for us to give you an accurate and informative reply to anyinquiriesL Gonl AgentSt Mo W M SHAW D P A 46 Vine St Cincinnati Ohio TABLElSOUTH 31PM t Lexington rlsro 2- 0tnlIlilut 615 belbyvil IUOI 705- t1 Louisville L 1100 8Of 1NORTH No PM foulsvllle III 6OC fchelbyvilo 70P rankfort 80I 790 A Lexington liD NIGHT WAS HER TERROR T would cough nearly all nigh long writes Mrs Chas Apple gate of Alexandria Ind Tube could get any sloop T hat consumption so bad that if I walked a block would cougli frightful Y and spit blood but when all otho medicines failed three 100 bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery cured and I fit pounds Its absolutely guaran toed to cure Coughs Colds Li Grippe Bronchitis and Ill Throa and Lung Troubles Price 50 ant 100 Trial bottles free at all stores t OLD TAYLOR TIlE PBEMIEK KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky PORTJanti PIysical Culture Waltliers Pcptonized Port is a great auxiliary to any system of physical culture The man who does not take physical culture or l exercise needs it even more because Walthers Peptonized Port largely takes the place of exercise in inducing a healthy vigorous condition of the system keeping the digestion in good working order and regulating the stomach i enablingthesystemWalthers I THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa FOR SALE BY j J W GAYLE i t i4 INo IIII 22INo hardly wholly gained drii WINTERS COMING 1IGRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING fRANK G STAGG 1 210 Ann Street Frankfor Ky WORMS j 11WHITES For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies 1f SOXtD BTST JXXjX X XI XT Or GUSTS Prepared byr JAMES F BALLARD St Louis j PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway h x Strongest in the World I is THE f EqUItableASSURANCE SOCIETY 1 1 IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not fora day but for all time 1tj SURPLUS 75752m7the largest total of any Life Co onrEarth In surplus there is strength and from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1002 4477 024 moro than was paid by any other Co More than a million a month was paid lust year in death claims more than a million a month in living benefits Why llowjyour family to carry the burin when the Equitable is ready and willing Assure today tomorrow never comes I shall bo pleased to cull and explain our contracts Ralph R WiIsoniOLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY h 1 FOR SJThE- A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bellcpoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf OA S rl aIeABeare too At LT f t cto r n 50 YEARSjEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI tending a sketch and description may julckly ascertain our opinion an Invention Is mmunlca on Patent Itlonetrictlyconndentlal for securing patents h Munn it Co receiveytptctal notice without Scientific fltherican 0 A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tersest cir culation of any olentlflo journal Terms a year four monuu Bold by all newsdealer- sMUNN f ftCoaiII New York Branch Office OS V Washington D Or REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS iA a The following nro the assignments of Internal Rovunuo Storekeepers 1Gungers and StorokooperGaiigors No division of the 7th District ns nwcle by Collootor S J Roberts No for tho month of Januauy- STOREKEEPI RS- J G Brinvner to Ky River Dis tillery No 2 John R Spiers to Ky River Dis tillery No 2 warehouse dIe Amos Griffith to Ky River Dis tillery No2 warehouse F D Clark to W A Gninos fc Co No 4 John W Jewett to W A Gaines it Co No 4 warehouse C A W Naor to W A Gaines t Co No 4 warehouse W H Sneod to W A Gaines Co No 4 bottling J P Rogers to S J Greenbaum No 9 has P P Parrish to S J Greenbanm No9 warehouse r G W McConnell to S J Green baum No9 warehouse E F Darnaby to S J Green baum No 9 bottling- P S Rule to S J Greenbaum No9 meal room L F T Steele Green baum No 9 ni httlBarbee No 32CW L Baker to John T Barbee No 82 bottlingaJohn R Dagley to Geo Baker so R3EL gs R3 meal room W C Shye to Geo Baker No 83 nightFJ13 Murray to John Cochran Co No 37 L L Cochran Co No 87 warehousej R H to Labrot i Graham No 62sChas H Talbott to Labrot Gra ham No 62 warehouse- P G Powell to Labrot Gra- hamz No 62 meal roomCJ W Black to E H Taylor JrrSons No 58 Isaac T West to Jr Sons No 63 wnrehousei John A Logan 4 Jr Sons No 63 warehouset Jos H Smoot to E H Taylor Jr Sons No6 mpal room D E Reid to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 68 night C T Asbury to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 63 bottling- R Straus to W A Gaines CoE No 106EW P Bacon to W A Gaines Co No JOB warehouse AC H Morgan to W A Gaines Co No 106 warehouse John D Nash to W A Gaines Co No 106 warehouse H S Sinclair to W A Gaines Co No 106 bottling W A Hamilton to W A Gaines 4 Co No 106 meal room Z J Phelps to W A Gaines Co No 106 night- A B Piper to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 2BN Webster to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 warehouse c C N Wiard to Geo T Stagg Co No 113 bottling GAUGERS H A Croxton to W A Gainus k Co No lUfi entries- H T Gaines to Goo T Stags Co r No 118 John Cochran No Letoher Lusby to S J Green baum No 9 withdrawals M G ONeill to John T Barhoe No 82 entries and withdrawals S D Pinkerton to Labrot Graham No 52 entries and with drawalsS Powell to W A Gaines t Co No 100 withdrawals E H Taylor Jr Sons No i8 and withdrawals J P rectifier W M Satlell to George Baker No 33 entries and withdrawals John Stephanski to Ky River Distillery No 2 withdrawals W Gaines Co No4 withdraw STOREKEEPERGAUGERSS so 11- Gus Whitehouse to W 1 Frazier 50IBucknor McElroy to T J M Saifoll No 51 W D Bliinding to J N Blnlre moro No 05 A V Combs to Haynes Trun No 10- 5WHATS v IN A NAME Everything is in the name when conies to Witch Hazel Salve E DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salvo from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal This given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by all druggists II WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME A series of brilliant military pic set to inspiring patriotic mu with a well defined story of War tunes is the result of the effort of Stanislaus Strange Julian Edwards the authors Doll Varden It is called Whenjohnuy Comes Marching and has been described as the first and only true American comic opera ever produced Itwa welcomed in New York where was played all last season to crowded houses and enthusiastic 1audlenc3s as a genuine novelty Although the story is as interest and well sustained and full of situations as any war play ever written it is the music which has won all hearts It is of that popular kind which is at once caught up and arranged for dance pot pouris and medleys and played in all the hotels restaurants most effected by andIi ionable people One number Own United States has been troduced among the patriotic son the country and is being sung in the public schools When that was first sung with unusual fervor by tho entire company on the opening night at the New York theatre the audience rose and cheered for several minutes a singular demonstration for a New York 0011lectedmously popular are Just Marr the Man and be MerryIIGoo Bye YnnkeeFoII My Honeysuckl- Girl and Years Touch Notthe Heart Tho gem of the however Is1I1ntie My Sonther- Rose The quaint dresses of the time of the Civil War are reproduced with fidelity and most of the time thu stage is full of pretty girls decked out in the frill an enormous crinoline hoop skirts of generation ago The company et nI gaged by Mr F C Whitney is a exceptionally good one and one of the largest comic opera organizations ever formed while the pro duction as a whole is said to heI most gorgeous rivaling any of socalled spectacular pieces n point of scenic splendor or lavish riot of color in costume and 10i chanical ollects Tho company numbering eighty people mostly pretty girls will be sunn at tho Capital Thoatro Saturday January 9 1904 WANTED A trustworthy gentle man or lady in each county to sign business for an old establish stundlng1Sof 18 paid by check catchltoncla with all expenses direct from head oxsope Manager 850 Caxton Bldg Chicano 316t W Lli6- YEPPTZ S f 11D ii f itt0 U 4 LOW ONEWAY SETTLERS RATES TO THE NORTH 1WEST AND CALI- s IA tFrom September 15 until Novem her 80 1903 the makes tooCalifornia Oregon Washington Idaho Montana The reduction is from 26 to 40 per cent 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