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THE FRANKFO T ROUNDABOUT AdvanotlITodays Prices Are the Most Remarkable We Have Ever Offered Clearance Sale Extraordinary I OTHING We closed of the entire fancy suit stock f an eastern clo rIg manufacturer at a price that enables us t ut the suits in this sale at an average of 1iost HALF PRICE To these we have ads l all the fancy winter weight remaining Bf our tables and have suitsI into three lots as follows d 10 00For this price you may abIchoice of any mans young mans Fancy Winter Weight Suit in onrIstore that sold at from 15 to S 22 About suits in this lot every one ew There are Fancy Cheviots Scotches and Worsteds in the lot most of the coats areA handmade all have un breakable fronts dQ 50In this lot are about 125 Suits all the Fancy Suits in our store that sold at 10 12 13 and a great many that sold at 15 All sizes from 34 to 42 chest d VOmans price choice now of any or young mans Fancy Winter Weight Suit that sold at 750 to 8 Mens and Young Mens Overcoats eAllthe Overcoats left in our stock amounting to some 200 in all go in this sale at a large dis count This means 2500 Overcoats for 1750 21 00 Overcoats for 1400 1500 Overcoats for 1000 1200 Overcoats for 85o HALF PRICE + We have just 8 young mens Spring Weight Overcoats sizes 33 and 34 which are shop worn They sold at from 10 to 15 You may buy them for just half pric- eMENS PANTS Pants in this sale at these prices 500 and 600 Pants for 4 00 300 and 3 50 Pants for 2 50 200 and 250 Pants for 175 And a lot of Pants that sold at from 2 to 3 odds and ends for 150 CIRCUIT COURT OVER The January term of the Frank sin Circuit Court wound up Its busl noss on Saturday and adjourned until court in course in April next THE TROL LEY r Between Lexington Pars and Georgetown gives a most delightful rYde for thirty miles along the pike Low rates and oars every hour ADJOURNED The County Board of Equaliza tion finished up its work on Friday afterndon having raised the assess mont of property nearly fiX000 The total amount liable to taxation is 0800530 REVENUE COLLECTIONS tile following jolleotlons of internal revenue taxes wro made by Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts fur the month of January 22o barrels 80557010 tax gallons amount of tax 1i218ii6- COUNTY COURT DAY Monday was February County Court tiny There was owing toI F the cold raw day but a small crowd 17 in town Quito a number of horses iewero on the market and a few cows with young salvos The bidding was only fairly good and the 01OW wont homo early to escape the lo1I K winds J CJtJi Our Seiniunmtnl Clearance Sale commencing today is the most remarkable we have ever announced both as to lowness of prices and variety and quality of goods offered In a great ninny instances the prices are so low as to be startling Every article offered is of standard McCLURE quality Boys and Childrens Clothing Twentyfive per cent discount on any boys or juvenile Suit or Overcoat in the store A great many beautiful novelties for the children are in our stock At these prices they should interest every mother in the city MENS FINE SHOES We have had an immense stock ofmens Fine Shoes this winter and consequently now have on hand a great many lots with from three to six pairs in a lot These go into this sale at the following prices 349 For this pricq you have choice of about 100 pars of Shoes that we have been selling all winter for 5 including Boyden and Tilt makes There are Box Calf Dull Calf Ideal Kid Enamel and Corona Colt Leathers lace and blucher styles drill or leather lined 199 In this lot are about 150 pairs of Shoes in Vici Kid Box Calf and Patent Cot Leathers all with welt soles worth regularly 2 50 and 3 Choice now for 199 BOYS SHOES 4 1 19ifty pair of boys Shoes made of Satin Calf with goodsoles which we retail for 150 are marked to 119 There are reductions on many other articles not here mentioned This sale is absolutely FOR CASH No goods will be charged or sent on approval Altera tions in suits must be paid for WL MENS SHOES t2 24For this price we are cleaning up regular i3 and 350 Shoes Queen Quality excepted There are Yici Kid Ideal Kid and Corona Colt Leathers in welt and light soles Cuban and full Louis heels You are sure to find your size in some of the different styles all now this season U 1 74At this price about 100 pairs of P left from our 250 lines Patent Colt and Vici Kid Leathers in heavy and light soles 1 24 A lot of our regular 150 Shoes P heavy soles at this price MANHATTAN SHIRTS The 2 ones for 150 and the 150 ones fo- r115all stiff bosom and colored No whites or negligees in the saleTIES 35cChoice of any 50c or 75c Tie in the blacks and whites for 35c HATS shapespthe latter Stetson make are marked to 150 DO 00 Any 3 Stiff Hat in the store for SHIRTS 40cl lot of Shirts worth from 50c to 1 soft and stiff bosoms are now 40c About all sizes except 1- 5UNDERWEAR broken sizes in Shirts and TheDrawers worth from 1 to 2 a gar ment are 75c a garment now- FANCY SOX 35e Choice of any 50c Fancy Sox for 35c pair 1212214 St Clair J McCLURK SON FRANKFORT KY J I SWJFTTNTNNING DERBIES 1ISENSATIONEMBROIDERIES 51 Pieces of Real Wide Embro dercd Erg ngs Containing 1056 Yards ranging in Price From 35c to 125 per yard IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF EMBROIDERIES WE WILL FOR rE J Y cixrrPU- T THESE 51 PIECES ON SALE IN THREE LOTS AS FOLLOWS Lot No 1 regular price 35c only 24c per yard Lot No 2 regular price 40c only 29c per yard Lot No3 regular prices 45c 50c 75c 125 only 39c per yd This is the greatest bargain we Intel ever offered Cmne und see for yourself Wo have them displayed in our big show window We also have over ten thousand yards of other Embroideries lovely patterns at fc to 75e pet yard and thousands of yards of Laces the grandest lino over shown hero for the money Wo make n specialty of Embroideries and Laees und when you want CUllIbricsOottons41 St Clair at Bridge C KAGIN BRO FRANKFORT IY rt PERSONAL IDr H S Keller spent Sunday in t Miss Lilian Towlos went to Lou isville Sunday Mr Ed O Leigh wont to Louis- Ville 011 Sunday Judge T L Eclelen went to Cin cinnati on Saturday Miss Tod Snifell is visiting friends in Louisville Col W B Jenkins of Cincinnati was here on Wednesday Miss Nellie Follmer returned Tuesday from Louisville Col John FL Wilson of Barbour ville was here this week Mr H K Ward of Versailles was in the city on Tuesday Hon Jos C Lykins of Campion was in the city on Tuesday Mr Lee D Ray of Owonsboro was a visitor here this week Miss Rebecca Johnson returned from Louisville Sunday night r Mr Shelby D Rouse of Coving ton was a visitor here this week Mr J T Arnold and wife are visiting relatives in Owen county Mr 1 Walter Peak of Chatta nooga Tenn was here this week Col Thos M Porter and wife of Covington were here this week Dr R 111 Buckmastor of Lox ington was visitor hero yester dayHon John D Carroll of New Castle was in the city on Wednes dayCol Geo G Fetter Public Printer was in the city on Wednes day Mr Hunter Wood Jr of Hop f kinsville was in the city this t Robt Davis of Midway was t the guest of Mrs Bourne Owsley r this week Dr Ben L Brnner of Hardy villa watt a welcome visitor here this week Miss Belle Sanders is the guest of her sister Mrs O W Thomas in Louisville Miss Mollie Berryman was the guest of Mrs Ike Parrish in Mid- wayt this week Miss Nellie Fellmor was the guest of Mrs Homer 11 Stucky in Lou isville this week Rev J J Taylor D D President of Georgetown College wits in the city Saturday Mrs C Oran Graham and Miss Nell Thomas spent Sunday with friends in Somerset r Attorney Chas S Furber of Cov ington yas in the city on Wednes day on legal business Miss Bertha Scott visited Miss Bebsie Woodson at Science Hill Shelbyville this week Mrs Nellie Goins visited her t parents in this city Mr Jell Phil wife this week Miss Katherine Evans of George town is the guest of Mrs E Ken ton at the Capital Hctel Miss Mini Lewis Sobree of Hen demon visited her father Hon E G Sebree hero this week Miss Helen Eastman of Philadel f phia Penn was the guest of Miss Rebecca Averill this week Miss Ora Leigh of Paducah who has iMen the guest of Miss Pauline Hurdin has returned hume Mr Mason P Brown attended the ollI1l1l1I ain frfleld wedding ir Lexington on Wednesday Miss Annie Alves of Henderson who hits boon visiting friends here went to Louisville on Sunday Mr Thos Scott of Lexington watj thn guest of iris brotherinlaw Mr Guy H Briggs this week Mr John A Herring of Georgetown was a visitor here on Tues day and made us a pleasant call Mrs A IC Marshall of Mason c runty was the guostof her daugh ter Mrs M B Adams this week Hon E Tutt Burnam mad wife of Richmond are tho guests of his brother Judgo A Rollins Burnam Mrs1 W Newman wife of the member of the House from Wood ford county has joined her husband hereMrs Anna C Lewis of Flint Hill Mo is the guest of her brother Mr Frank Chinn Shelby streetCol Clias M Lewis of Shelby vine returned to this city from Kansas City Mo and Nebraska t on Monday Mrs G W Daniel and daughter l Miss Louisa returned Sunday fruit visit of several weeks to friends in LouisvilleMiss nrot A1Jowis spent Sunday as the guest of her cousins Misses Kannio and Bessie Lewis atWoodlakeMr Dryden of Cincin nati spent Sunday here the guest of his parents Mr J B Dryden Sr and wife Mrs Jas A Scott and daughters Misses Hattie and Emmie enter tained handsomely last night in honor of Mrs A M Slack A de fj iiiiiiiiii lightful evening was spent and dainty refreshments enjoyed Mr Hugh H Rodman of Louis villa who has been the guest of his parents Mr Jos L Rodman and wife has returned home Miss Rebecca Crntehor of ors hits conic to this city to attendI school and is stopping with her aunt Mrs Geo A Lewis Misses Hattio and Emmie Scott entertained some friends hand somnly at their elegant home on Shelby street Friday night IlrA Lizzie 11 Walcutt recently matron at the Lakeland cityfenFalmouth Pendleton inn was a MondayHe wifeIaucitended the NormanDaingerfleld wedding in Lexington Wednesday Mr Louie Evans of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals office ha moved his family to the residence of Mr1 N Miles on Stoelo and Campbell streets Mr R H Leigh of Chicago Ills representative of tho Sim plex Typesetting Machine was hero Wednesday He is a brother of Mr Ed O Leigh Mr John Zeigler who has been living in Danville for several years has returned hero to reside having secured a position with the S D Johnson Co dry goods house Rev A B Chinn Miss Susie McHmiry Miss Pauline Hardin Miss Esther Burnam and Miss Irma Lnbrot attended the NonnanDain garfield wedding in Lexington on WednesdayCol e G Sebree one of Kentuckys cleverest men and without whom a Legislature would not seem natural in this city has been in the city this week II jes a projectin round Judge E C ORears birthday came Tuesday last on which occa sion his wife surprised him by n birthday entertainment at which a few friends wore gathered Dainty refreshments were served Mr E L Williamson of Martins vine Va formerly n resident of this city was the guest of Col H H Roberts and wife this week He mule us a pleasant call and re newed his subscription to the Roundabout He was kind enough to say that he could not do without it as it wilts letter than letters from his old home MILITARY DANCE Tho Martin Guards Co E 2d Regiment had a very enjoyable dance on Tuesday night in Music Hall St Clair street IARB YOU NIGHT RESTLESS AT iAnd harassed by a had cough Use Ballartls Horehound Syrup it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure 2f c GOo and 100 bottle at Paul B Weitzels WILL DO TO TIE 10 By reference to our advertising columns it will he seen that the old and reliable Seller Carriage Co of Versailles has been thoroughly re organized and rniitted and are manufacturing only firstclass vehicles lime tine reputation of this company is widely dissem inated and the new officers will see to it that that reputation is thoroughly sustained HURRY JOIN THE RLDS fI Silver Plale thai Wears Your SDOons Forks etc will be per fection In durability beauty of design nnd brilliancy of finish if they are selected from pat terns stamped r 1847I- gogersBros Remember 1847 take no sub stitute There are other Rogers but like all merit and value identifedwith the original and genuine onlr Mher Co Sold by leading dealers V everywhere I 11 FOR SALE BY M A SEI BERT IFADING JE R 5l i 1 cl CAPITAL APPROPRIATION BILL We publish below tho bill which has just become a law providing for an appropriation for now capita buildings We do this at the re quest of a number of our subscrib ors who are anxious to know its provisions An not to provide for the erootior and completion of the Capitol and other necessary buildings at tin seat of government Whereas The public buildings of tho State at ihe Capitol are notoriously inadequate to furnish props halls offices and places of business to enable the General Assembly and the State officials to properlj and efficiently discharge the dutie of their offices and records am valuable papers of the State eau not therein be properly protected and cared for and whereas the present buildings do not comrorl with the dignity intelligence and wealth of the State thorefoio Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth oi That the Commission ers of the Sinking Fund of Ken tacky by that name und style are hereby created and authorized as a board to carry out the provisions of this act and erect the buildings herein provided for The buildings herein provided for shall be located and built upon the grounds or lot now used for time State Capitol and not elsewhere See 2 Said board is authorized and empowered to adopt plans rand specifications for tho construction and completion of the Capitol buildings at Frankfort Kentucky as it may deem best and most suit able for tho accommodation of the General Assembly and the State officials and the departments thereof having due regard for the safety and preservation of the State records and may ehange said plans as the necessity may arise in the nro rcss of tho work After said pans and specifications are adopted try hoard it shall advert io for sealed proposals for bidders for said work or any part thereof and the said work shall be awarded to the lowest and best bidder duo regard being had to the responsibility of the bidder Subcontractors shall in no case be recognized by the board the responsibility to continue in the principals and their sureties The contract shall in no case provide for the payment in any one year of an amount exceed ing the income of or the amount available that from the amount approprintodundor tho pro visions of this act And is in no sense to be construed as creating a debt of the State except to the extent of tho annual income or sum appropriated in tho State Treasury under this act But any amount remaining on hand and expended in one year may bo added to and expended in limy subsequent year or years Every contractor for work or material to be furnished under this act shall execute to the board a bond conditioned for the faithful performance of his contract with surety to bo approved by said board Sec 8 The total expenditure for all purposes under this act shall not exceed one million dollars and to provide means therefor thero is appropriated and shall annually for the next four years commenc ing with the present fiscal year ho set apart by the Auditor of Public Accounts and the Treasurer from the general revenue the sum of 250000 the same to be paid out and expended for the purposo of the construction anti completion of public buildings at the seat of gov eminent und to be paid out by the Treasurer upon tho order of the board whoa signed by its chair man and secretary But said hoard may expend more than 250000 per year if practicable to do so and necessary for the due prosecution of the work Provided Available funds not otherwise appropriated are on hand not exceeding however the total sum appropriated hereunder Sec 4 Said board shall hold its governmottland shall bt anprovod except by four fifths of all the members of tho board limn said board shall keep a record of all its proceedings and sets and cause to be kept by the secretary a true and complete record of all the money paid out to whom and for what purpose and under what order and contract Monthly statements shall be made to the governor by time said secretary and a full and complete report shall be made to the General Assembly in regular or extra session Sec 0 It shall he unlawful for any of the said 10 ird or any em ploye thereof except the particular contractors to be connected either directly or indirectly in any man ner whatsoever with any contract or part thereof for the erection of said Capitol buildings or for any work connected therewith or for furnishing any of the supplies or material therefor or to receive any benefit therefrom or the promise of any benefit therefrom way of commission rebate bonus division or profit or otherwise and any one of said board or such em ploye who shall violate the provisions of this act shall be guiltyof a felony and upon conviction thereof shall be subject to a fine not exceeding 1000 and imprison ment in the penitentiary not ex ceeding five years It shall bo un lawful for said board to employ tiny person in the supervision of tho building of said Capitol or in any way connected therewith who may or shall become in any manner connected directly or indirectly with any contract for tIe erection of the said Capitol buildings or for the furnishing of any material or supplies therefor and the said hoard are hereby charged with a rigid enforcement of this provision Sue 6 Said board shall erect and complete the buildings herein pro vided for and shall effectuate the purpose of this act in accordance with the provisions hereto and may employ a secretary or clerk at pOlIoriginal and supple eurI made by the board and signed by time party or parties in duplicate and one of tho originals he deposited the office of the Auditor of Pub Accounts as a public record therein and properly authenticated copies thereof shall be evidence in nIl courts and other places And the Franklin Circuit Court is given jurisdiction of all matters and issues which may arise under the provisions of this act Sec 8 The said board may adopt such rules to carry out the work contemplated by this not as it may doom best for the interest of the State and require a compliance with same Whereas The necessity for the erection and completion of the Cap itol buildings at time seat of govern mont produces an emergency this act shall take effect from and after its passage CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan writes My husband lay sick for three months the doctors stated he had quick consumption We procured a bottle of alli rds Horehound Syrup and it cured him That wits six years ago and since then wo always kept a bottle in the house We can not do with out it For coughs and colds it has no equal 2c and 100 bottle at Paul B Woitzols COUNTRY HOME BURNED limo homo of Mr John W Baton near tho mouth of Elkhorn this county was hurried to the ground on Tuesday last Everything in tho house was consumed except tho bud on which his sick wife was lying This is pretty rough on our friend as ho is a poor man and de serves the sympathy of every ones HON W J BRYAN HERE Hon Wm Jennings Bryan the brilliant loader of tho Democratic party came here on Wednesday to attend the Goebol Memorial Services At 8 oclock p m he addressed a largo nnd enthusiastic at hence at the Capital Theatre in which ho scored Hon Henry Watterson for his recent article in condemna tion of Mr Bryans late deliver ances and squarely opposed a reorganization of the Democratic party He said such a reorganiza tion would only make it subject to tho control of the money power Mr Bryan is a brilliant and force ful speaker Sand fully maintained f his reputation as such RELIEF IN ONE MINUTE iiIOne Minute Cough Cure gives rerlief in one minute because it kills j1 the microbe which tickles the mu tandtion and heals and soothes thejaffected parts One Minute Cure strengthens the lungs wards 4off pneumonia and is a harmless t f and never failing euro in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minuto Cough Cure is to take harmless and good alikes iGar r BAZAARi r I Final arrangements have been r made for the Bazaar to be given r for the benefit of the Good Shep herd Church on the 8th Oth 10th and 11th of February It will be held in the II Music Hall on St r Clair street and will be open dur 1 ing all the day and in the evening 4 1servodsomely decorated booths aCoun try Store displays of fancy and domestic articles grub bag fish pond etc- Music will be added to enliven aHt titoEuchres will bo held on after noons of Tuesday and Wednesday tickets for which will be on sale at f + Bazaar on previous days t- An OldTime Spelling 1fntohtrwill be tho special on the evenings date of which will be announced later All are invited and promised a 11good time DRIVING OUT THE ENElIy7 f tl Those are the days of colds sharp sudden attacking throat and land and leading to consequences doos not like to think about irytc ItheREFUSED PROBATE 0 ITInprobate It was being bitterly contested by dsome of the heirs It Is likely that there will be a prolonged contest over tho matter Dyspepsia bane of human exist moo Burdock Blood Bitters cures Rogulates t f I YIs D JOHNSON 00ISPECIAL SALE OF SATEEN SKIRTS These Skirts are unusually well cut and good quality Dont miss this bargain at these prices 148 Skirts now 100 300 Skirts now 200 400 Skirts now X27 175 Skirts now 124 350 Skirts now 225 450 Skirts now 3 00 200 Skirts now 137 375 Skirts now 250 500 Skirts now 35 vcPzoN ATI JrIC xrnt We will commence our ANNUAL AUCTION on FRIDAY EVES FLB 5 prcmptly at 730 Will Continue FOR ONL WLLK THOUSANDS SAVED BY f DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY If This wonderful medicine tivelycuresconsumptionCoughsColds sonia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50olTrial bottle free ISIv h RELIGIOUS14E ASCENSION EPISCOPALA B Chinn Rec kfCHURCHRev Sunday Fob 7 1904 cAll services will be held in the chapel 11 a m Morning Prayer followed by sermon 78u p m Evening Prayer and Sermon Sundayschool at 930 a m Wednesday evening at 780 Even ing Prayer and Lecture At 780 Friday evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool lesson Night subject Samuel Rogers r the Great Traveling Pioneer Everybody cordially invited fj FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev E C Dargan D D of Lou i isville will preach at 11 a m and t 780 p m in the newly remodeled r ohuroh St Clair street which will be rededicated Sundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel HutItonl on evening at 780 oclock in the chapel of the new church Visitors and everybody in the PScity cordially invited to attend t CHRISTIAN CHURCHRGeorges Darsie tho Pastor will j preach at 11a in and 780 p in Sundayschool at 980 a in in tho chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets chnr1eliTopic Christ for the World and hirthc1ayJ even ohapeljand the Church The Junior Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 380 oclock Friday afternoon1 The public is cordially invited to attend these services anti especially r strangers in the city SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN i CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe the c Pastor will preach at a in and 780 p m- Sundayschoolrc at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 630 p m 6 Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 VEverybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev 0Father Thomas S Major Rector 1 a Low Mass 780 a m jf High Mass at 10 n m Jex Vespers at 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p in FIRST P RES BY IERrAN CHURCH RHV J McCluskv Blayney D DOl LIln Pastor preach at a in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 m The public is cordially invited to attend ftl1ETHODTSTCHUnOHR e v will l preach at 11 a nj and 780 a m t ii1 jtt II rr Sun dayschool at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y M C AThere will be meet ings at the Y M C A on Sunday afternoon at the Y M C A for boys at 230 and for men at 380 All boys and men are invited WANTED Special representative in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old es tablished business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by chock direct from gfurnishodpermanent Address Blew Bros Co Motion Bldg Chicago Ill 228 t LETTER FROM VIRGINIA We give the following letter from our beloved friend who never for gets Frankfort no matter whore he may go Petersburg Va Feb 1904 Dear Brother Lewis- I have just heard in the ever welcome Roundabout the glad glad news that it is now at last settled by the Legislature that Kentucky and Frankfort are to have the longawaited new Capitol I can not refrain from sending my congratulations for live whop I may I still have the fond ft ig that in some way Frank is my home I can not get it and I do not care to Eve vent and every person of the uear old town has interest to me I rejoice with our Baptist brethren in the completion of their now house of worship and with Brother Crowe and our Southern Presbyterians in that they are planning for n now church building Their now and handsome building is under roof Editor Am grateful that Dr Williams came off as well as he did in that Shelbyville accident and am always pleased wherever the Roundabout comes in At Indian apolis I had it for Saturday at breakfast it now comes for dinner on Monday Tell my friends that I have a largo church a noble people a prosperous work a cordial fellow ship and a happy homo My cup runneth over I enclose pledge for good fellow ship for lUlU which you will please acknowledge and with love to yourself and kindest regards to all the Roundabout force I am Fraternally yours to servo W C TAYLOR MORPHINE What Is To Become of the Constantly Increasing Number of Drug Victims Can They Be Cured This question is agitating the minds of the best ministers doctors and thinking men of today There are over a million drug users in the United States alone and the num ber is rapidly increasing All unite in saying that a reliable cure is the only salvation This is no ordinary ordinarydrugsnow offer our treatment which we guarantee will euro toy case of Morphine Opium Laudanum Co caine or other drug habit or refund your money To any person utter lug from this dreadful disease we will send a trial package of our treatment absolutely free Write today All correspondence strictly confidential in plain envelopes TherapeuticAssociation way Now York City FOR SALE ApplytoJAS W WHITEHOUSE 12tf 1r if MARRIED PHILLIPS BRYANIAt thee residence of the officiating minis ter on Monday Mr J Wyatt PhIl- lips and Miss Nannie Bryant both of this county were married by Rev George Darsie- MASTERSGROSSIn this city Ion Tuesday Mr Howard Masters laud Miss Minnie Gross both of this GeorgeIKINSER HUFFMAN At the Fleming Hotel on Wednesday Mr Prentice Kinser and Miss Katie Huffman both of Shelbyville were married by Rev George Darsie of the Christian Church t 3olr j H IidO With Vm H Vesc Big Minstrel 3ub lee ILLITERATE DISFRANCHISE MENT BILL KILLED The bill providing for the dis franchisoment of illiterates was killed in tho House of Representatives by indefinite postponement on Tuesday lust It was II too heavily loathed for the politicians HAVE YOU INDIGESTION If you hav0 Indigestion Kodo- lDyspopsiaCure will cure you It has cured thousands It is curing people every dayoverv hour You owe it to yourself to give it a trial You will conitnue to suffer until otheroombiuntlondigest and rebuild at the same time Kodol does both Kodol nuns strengthens and rebuilds Sold by J W Gayle ACCIDENT While one of the employes of Mr W H Matlaok of Louisville em ployed in putting up the electric light on the new First Baptist Church of this city was at work over tho handsome Jew ceiling on Monday morning hffmado a oils step and fell thr h the coiling carrying about a yard square of tho frescoing with him He succeeded in catching on the cross beams and saved himself from a bad fall The ceiling was at once repaired AN EARLY RISER A strong healthy active constitution dopnnds largely on the nOn dition of the liver The fatuous little pills known asDoWitts Little Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen the action of tho liver and rebuild the tissues supporting that organ IJitItlo Early Risers are easy to act they never gripo and yet they are absolutely certain to produce results that are satisfactory in all cases Sold by J W Gayle JOIN THE BLUESi w s b Stomach Troublescured tJIJtJL lJYJPEPJIA CURE Under all curable conditions Mr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured by Kodol i Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected a the use of his heart Kodol KODOL DfcesliWLitYoiiEat For sale by J W Gayle drug gist Breaking all records in three New York theatres of tho first class Is an achievement which The Earl of Pawtucket nan hoaet First seen at the Madison Square on Feb ruary o it nttraoted the largest patronage known in the history of that house The coney moved to the Manhattan Theatre on the 2UI of March and throughout the sea son filled the auditorium at every performance On September 7 it moved to the Princess Theatre where it strain made a now record for receipts continuing its phenom inal run TuesdayFeb LADIES COMMITTEE There will ho a special meeting of the Ladies Committee of the Y M C Allll Tuesday afternoon at 450 oclock and business of ninth importance is to he discussed a full attendance is desired By order of MISS MARY PAGE President CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con oulIl11ptionis patienttooattention to food digestion 8IuP1Frouabsence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and tho exhaustion due to the 1latl t llmlhoeeguInrlya warmer clime you will Hud that lOustllupthesthorf and regain strength are those use Gorman Syrup Trial thatI 25s regular sire loc At all gists yr x ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central B R to New Orleans and tho weekly Southern toI01nnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Now Orleans Saturday 1000 a in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn onewnythroughrates 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 r Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely set bythofor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond k Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fiiday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest I Pullmans with dining car service i Faslevery detailtIllinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion andIevery Wednesday from Chicagotevery Tuesday from Cincinnati everyWednesday MARDI GRAS This occurs at Now Orleans on Febtuurv 10 1904 For it excursion rates will be in effect to Now Or yourlocaladvise youNEW ORLEANS t A for the tourist to visitWinter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti sleepingonr8 t indiningbook on New Orleans GULFPORT MISS atGulfportUu f Coast has 250 rooms single or bathSteamtelephoneInphis and the Illinois Centrals fast sleepingHnc1single change on same train en throughsleepingillustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis Send for book ofhealthFULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of tho above can ltralof the undersigned representatives of tho Central F W HAIJLOW D P Louisville A J MoDOUGALL D P A OrlennsA l ChlcngoJNOMemphis Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood lid akin dlaeaee k Ii TuEFranitfonHoiiailaDQut = Bnicroi at till postoiliiv it Frankfort let lucky as sccondcla s uuilabk matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub J B LEWIS Editor 6FRANKFORT FEB 1903 GALLANT SOLDI U AND VALUABLE CITIZEN PASSES r11111r At 3 oclock on Friday afternoon this city sustained a great loss in tho death of Capt Benjamin Cave Milam aged 82 years anti sonic months Capt Milam for many years had been a prominent and influential citizen in the front rank for any thing and everything that minis tered to the best interests of our city and State A gallant soldier in command of a company of cavalry in tho war with Mexico he won imperishable renown in the battle of Beuna Vista and Rcsaca do la Palma and heldI the love of his noun to an unusual degree He was eminently a man of social taste and was the life of every oirnle in which he movedj Ho had served as a member of the City Council for several terms and t was Chairman of the Board HeI was eor vigilant and alort in lookt ing after interests of the city and made a fine record He had been president of the Deposit Bank of this city and also president of the Masonic Temple Co He took charge of the affairs of the latter corporation when it was in a closec place and placed it on a firm atHlE successful foundation He was a man of unusual energy and decision of characterfirm etr courteous to all who differed with him Another fact unusual in those days was that in nil his long and useful life he had never known n serious illness and was never con fined to his house except by a sprained ankle broken limb and inn jured shoulder in 1803 occaisoned by being overturned in a carriage while taking part in a funeral pro cession of a friend He had worked at his bonch as a manufacturer of the celebrated Milam Fishing Heel of which he was the in ientor up to tho day before helwas attacked by his last illness By his energy and foresight he Iihad accumulated a comfortable es tatuI leaves ono son Mr John W Milum his partner in business five grandchildren the children of a his only laughter Mrs rheltoItL Koonon and five gleat dren besides a whole community to mourn tho loss of a bighearted man an indulgent father and grand father Capt Milam was a member of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No a and Frankfort Commandery No 4 IL T who attended the funeral services which were con i f ducted at the family residence on Washington street on Sunday i IInudlargest that has boon seen here inImany days thus testifying to high regard in which Capt Milam was Held by his brethren of tho Mystic Tie The solemnly beautiful und touch ing ceremonies of the Knights Temp111 wore performed at the house owing to thy very inclement weather and that of tile Blue Lodge at the grave Frankfort could ill spate such a man as Capt Milan MEXICAN SOLDIER DIES Mr Cyrus Calvert ono of tho few remaining members of that gallant band of soldiers who followed Capt r kYJJl1 i 1J 1 Mother Lost Reason After LaGrippe Daughter Had Fre quent Spasms IDr Miles Nervine Cured Them Both Dr Miles Nervine is n specific for nervous disorders It removes the cause and effects a speedy and permanent cure I feel it is my duty to let you know that your medicines have cured little of nincof spasms Shecommencedhavinfjthcm at the age of three Our family doctor said she would outgrow them but she did not We took her to another physician who said her trouble was epileptic in a mild form lie did her either She was so nervous she could hardly walk As had already used Dr Miles Nervine and found it a good remedy for myself commenced tenbottlesPurifier That was over two ears ago and the has not had an attack since we com menced the treatment She is no longer troubled with nervousness andwe consider picturewas inane for three months from the effects of LaGrippe Six bottles of Dr Miles Ner vine cured her My sister has also taken it for sick headache with good results We all thank you very much tor vour medicines and kind advice I dont Mink there is any other medicine half so good I send my daughters photograph so that you may see what a sweet little girl lives out in Arkansas MRS HANNAH BARKETT Springdale Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bottle Dr Miles Remedies oend for free bookI on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Cu Elkhart Ind B C MUnm to Mexico passed to the great beyond at exactly the same hour with his old commander on Friday afternoon Mr Calvert was 70 years of ago Ho was a quiet good citizen and Christian gentleman a member of the Episcopal Church He leaves many relatives and friends to mourn his death The funeral services were con ducted Sunday morning and the remains wore interred in our cam etery ANOTHER CIVIL WAR VETERAN l SURRENDERS Mr Jesse Whitehouse aged 72 KenItuok J ivil war died at tho home of hisI Mr George Whitehouse ins Louisville on Monday last I Mr Whitehouse was an English tby birth but camo to this country when a lad and had lived in this city for more than oO esHSI leaving here last year to make his home with his son in Louisville He was a painter and paperhanger by trade and an excellent mechanic He was a brave soldier l a jolly bighearted man and had many friends who will regret to hear of his death He leaves two grown sons and four grown daughter to mourn his deathThe remains were brought here on Tuesday morning and laid to in our cemetery beside his wife who preceded him to the grave a umber of years ago THE BROWNLOW BILL f There is now pending in Congress bill introduced by the Hon Wai J Brownlow of Tennessee nndr he Hon Jacob H Gallinger Senator from New Hampshire appro IlIill tln 24000000 as National aid for the building of wagon roads This sum is to be distributed to such State according to its pjpula Loin except that no State is to rc ooivo less than 250000 The Slates- or counties receiving this mend must add a like amount so that S0000M will bo expended in tho building of wagon roads Colonel Brownlow says that wo have over 200000 miles of the finest railway in tho world more miles of railway than all the rest of tho globe put together yet wo have the pool os t wagon roads of any civil itd country Ho believes that no ono thing will do this country so much good as the building of wagon roads as provided for in this bill As these are to he built in ovary State of the Union they will bo esp ci811y valuable as an object les son Experience has shown that wherever good roads exist everyone wants more of them READ PlIDr J S Goodrich oilers his services as a physician and surgeon He is a fine physician and deserves a share of the public patronage EQUAL RIGHTSI Local Association Addressed by Miss Laura Cillo on Cur rent lopicI Mss Laura Clay gave a talk Iw Bllllnilnightsof their friends at the residence of Dr Win H Averill on January 211th at p in Bills that have been passed through the inlluenco of the Kentucky Equal Rights As sociation and tho two hills now ponding ie CoGuardianship of Children and School SuUrago for Women wore explained- All present rcaliud that tho right of petition had boon wisely used by their representative women That ithoit the use of this right several ancient laws concerning property rights and wages of married women would have still probably boon extant owing to tho IIol former lawmakors ho whileI realising the rights of waited for their petitions there uponMiss Herndon presided at time meeting which was opened with prayer y Miss Russell Tho names of Mrs Joseph Bailey and Gen Fn otto Hewitt were added to the number enrolled two years ago Mrs A Rollins Burnam Mrs Win F Barret Mrs M J PIAverillMary Harrison Miss Rebecca Averill Miss Margaret Russell Miss Margaret A LewisMiss Hallio Herndon Miss Esther Burnam Dr Win H Avorill 000 SELLS HIS FARM 111 BF Sheridan who lives just over the Shelby line in Jacksonville precinct has sold Iris farm of 180 acres to Mr Garrett Camp joll Price private Mr Sheridan will como to Ihls city to reside 3o will sell his personalty on Sat mlay February 20th RESUMED FOR SEASON JThe distillery of George Baker 183 located at tho Forks of Elk lorn has resumed mashing for the eason The John Cochran Co Distil cry No 87 made tho first mash of he season on Monday of this week u Sick BloodFeed pale girls on Scotts EmulsionWe not need to the reasons why ScottsI Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer rom sick bloodIThe fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their teens are permanentlycured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself inI paleness weakness and nervousness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood foodand is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer Be sure that this picture in the form of a label on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New VorkI i IiV l == IrI1IILII = n = 1111AVegctablcPrcparationfor similating iheTood ling the St mnths andJBowels of Promotes Di estionCheerru1 ness andRestContains neither OpmmMorphin6 nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC IHarPe oIOlIJrSWUDJnrJIEl nSetJi X 4UeSJtt n JllrnnJud forConstip1Hon Worms Convulsions Feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP FacSimile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPYOY WRAPPER i J After Wo are building highclass vehicle introduction to tho good people new stock all kinds material mechanics in the country will manship the best money can buy T ili Ippp blacksmith Mr John Scearoe trimmer Those gentlemen its palmy days and wore considered Company over had Our other your vehicle needs repairing or antee you a firstclass job at best Eastern work such as All which are guaranteed Have Depot Waaons which must soon tires put on while you wait When see us Very yours HIC WARD Pres C Fayette Phone 133 GOOD FARM FOR SALE A farm containing 174 acres good land well situated with plenty water both pond well and springs well in the yard about acres woodland brick house seven rooms with cellar and garret is offered for sale at a bargains The farm is located near Farmdale and adjoining the lands Mr J P Hostet ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this Cure for Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE- Two doses give relief and one box wil cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Ltib unions Weak and Limo Back Rheumatism and irregu larities df the Kidneys and in both men and women Sold at centa per box on tho No Cure No Pay baste Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drub StoresFrankPort Ky May CASTORIA For Infants and Children IAlways Bears the Signature 1 ofJThe Kind You Have Bought Tfie thoroughly overhauling of of of If CASTORIAMARDI Busies SELLER of Home Phaetons respectfully AND Surreys be of of 15 of of of officeI hanks Sidney Globes Guaranteed all Seminal all Bladder 21yI Always Seller PENSACOLA MOBILE r On February 015 the L N R pointsat y formation as to rates and limits of ngeutthroughReclining Chair Cars and Dining Cars on all through trains Service to South vw L k N is unsurpassed A V HITE AgQnt d4 C k 0 TIME TJLHhP r Nodrn1H11I It Ilrshteton 8f 630 r IUO 619ulhyvilla 708luulRville It100 800 r NoNlIUllt11P M 6belbyvllo00 runkfnri 740A Lexington 11116 N4U Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville 1MlLlhmtNow Orlfcans Special No t pmNIrrltSJ55pmFor iii rttownIiodgoinHodgenvillo 182JCltHFor Central City pbnnocting service toIiudttonvllle E except onSunday ttl 1t all xt 1e Tratna J Dally aikp UNEQUALED ARE OUR VALUES IN EMBROIDERIESI We bought them long before any advance in cotton and they are not the heavy coarse kind but beautiful sheer Nainsook and Swiss Edges with match insertions Values at 10 15 25 35c That Can Not Be EqualledrCotton Goods are very much higher Ours were bought before the advance Save money by buying them now Long Cloth Nainsook India Linens c First showing new Spring Dress Goodsftlr CARPErs W S FARMER AND RUGS rn f REOPENED TOMORROW The remodeled First Baptist Church now practically completed Is ono of the most modern and corn pleto structures of its kind in this f city The new front after the Spanish renaissance is of very im e posing proportions The large igable crowned center with its stone base to window sills Iandheny cornice with its many window openings glazed with Mayzo and Cathedral glass gives a splendid effect at night when lighted up as well as by day The to towers flanking cacti side of the f building are in splendid keeping adding much to the whole But the interior is where the most marked charges have boon made The new front extension oontain ing on the first floor a largo Sun dayschool room besides entrance lobby stair hall and toilet room The second floor or gallery seven separate class rooms halls and toilet room All of these rooms are so arranged that they can bo opened up and used in connection with the main audience room at a moments notice Plenty of exits and en trnnces are provided all over the building and largo and commo dious aisles have been provided throughout The main audience t zoom walls and ceilings are all newly decorated New art glass windows are provided to all openings The windows doors etc are handsomely trimmed up with fluted pilaster casings burlap wainscottings etc etc The baptistry is in the same loca tion as before The pulpit and haptistry have boon entirely refitted with handsome and substantial wood work t The colors throughout are in very tints and the fresco decora tjlight have peon sparingly and care fully used in order to bring out in lull relief the architectural features of the work The architect and the 1ecorntor have happily combined here making a harmonious whole that would be hprd to improve 1upon The electric lighting is clev erly arranged adding much to the general decorative feature of the abuildingThe congregation and the Building Committee are to be congratu on the results achieved It 1is an especial credit to them and also that the largest portion of the work and materials wore put up andrdealers Mr Leo L Oberwarth the tal itonted and euloient young architect certainly been the means of erecting a momumont to his abil sties in that line that would be a i credit to an older architect It proves him an Al hum lit the business We desire to extend congratula 1 dons to the Building Committee Messrs W S Farmer O C Ken soy and Dr V V Williams to whose sound discretion und general r good taste much of the success of duoIMr John Rumpf the genera lon tractor always does his work faith i fully and well He has dune so in t this case Mr W H MaUaok of Louisville jthe contractor ior the electrical work is a master hand ut the busl nessL The interior frescoing was done by Messrs W A Lay Co of J Cincinnati Ohio and is a splendid piece of work The elaborate and beautiful art glass windows were the work ot the Pittsburg Art Glass Co Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop Itchiness of tile skin in any part of the body Doans Ointment At any drugstore 50 centsSMALL BAND 1horo are only four left in this dity of that gallant band that went to Mexico under Capt Ben C Milan John E Miles Chas Feathorston Ben Uttcrback and Almos Polsgrove WRITE THIS DOWN In the book of memory There is no such thing as a harmless cough Every cough is a warning of confi dence that goes from bad to worse unless it is remedied right away Opiumladen medicine is a delusion Allens Lung Balsam cures the worst of colds It clears the bronchial passages so that the lungs get plenty of air Why not get a bottlo today WOMANS CLUB DIRECTORY MEETING The Directory of The Womans Club will meet Saturday Feb 8th at 8 oclock p m There will he a general meeting at The Womans Club rooms Mon lay Feb 8th at 8 oclock p m Mrs A 1L Harrison of Lexington will deliver n lecture Some Lyrics of the Cavaliers under the auspices of the Literature De partment WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED IA Correspondent Thus Describes His Experience I can strongly recommend Hor bine as a medicine of remarkable olflcacy for indigestion loss of ap petite sour taste in the mouth pal pitation headache drowsiness after meals with distressing men tal depressions and low spirits Heroine must be a unique prepara tion for cases such as mine for a few doses entirely removed my complaint I wonder at people going on En or spending their money on worthless things when Horhino is procurable and so cheap 60j a brittle at Paul B Woitxels Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for skin eruptions LITTLE TOO MUCH OF A W HIGHNESS In their eagerness to create a sensation over the members con test between the Rods und the Blues In the Y M C A the members of the Reds wont to an extreme that has boon patty severely con demned On Saturday night they mixed up some rod stuff and went to work daubing porches windows etc of private residences and thou on all the show windows of thoI various business houses of the malting very ugly looking steins Wo would respectfully urge those controlling this contest to put a stop to such things They simply injure in alike of benefit the Y M C A souse Coughs and colds down to the very borderland of consumption yield to the soothing healing influ ences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup Dr Weavers Treatment Syrap purifies the blood Cerate Ueali akin eruption ACCIDENTS On Monday shortl after 71 11111ing ClairIslipped from under him and ho foil to the street Ho attempted to gain his foot again when he slipped and foil the second time skinning him self about the knees and side On Tuesday morning a youth drove a horse and buggy up in front of Collins Havens hardware store in the Ringold block on St Clair street A force pump was standing on the sidewalk The youth threw the lines over the pump and wont away The horse became frightened and starting up threw the pump over frightening the animal still more when ho dashed across Broadway street and ran Into a tree detaching himself from the buggy nod leaving it with one wheel wrecked Shortly after the animal was captured CANCER CURED Mr W W Pickett Smithfield Ills writes Sept 10th 1901 I had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and un bearable itching I was using Bal lards Snow Liniment for a sore log and through an accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave mo almost instant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer In a short time the cancer came out my face healed up and there is not the slightest soar left I have implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it can not be too highly recommended 25c 50c and 100 For sale by Paul B Weltzel BUYS A CITY HOME Mr B F Sheridan of Shelby county has purchased the cottage home of Mr W M Rogers on Ben son street West Side and will move to his new home the last of this month Dr Cadys Condition folders are jnst what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bu medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 cents per package For sale hv J W Gayle and LeCompte ff Gayle r FOR RENT posI Two small farms for rent session given at once Apply to P D Arnold at R K McClure Sons 21 t WANTED Fifty youngidios to work at the Frankfort Shoo Co Apply at the otlice tIBLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown Leximgte11lriictionCo Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from n a m to 7 p m ml at I p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a in to 11 p in except a m p m 8 and 10 ill Leave Georgetown every hour from a m to 10 p m except 10 1m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Y ALEXANDER President 20ltf r PRIES q BEST GOODS RLAMLNT These are the three rules which rule this store in nil seasons of the year Our aim is to give perfect satisfaction There is no s reason why we shouldnt and ifnt any time you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it John DriscollFrankfort s Ky Saffells Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods of all kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer Rocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies Whiskies and Vines of all ages and kinds TRY OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider The Housekeepers Best Friend IS A Bissells Cgco Bearing CHRPET SWEEPER R ROGERS Fr SONS i HOV PalmRoom WaldorfAstoria HotelScene from The Earl of Pawtucket at Capital Theatre Tne day Feb 9th r t u Absolutely siine UhqUesriohably J tremenduously amusing genuinely invigorating are but a rfow of the countless expressions of approval made use of by the enthusiastic newspaper critics iofNew York and Boston concern the merits of The Earl of ItPnwtuoketthe eminently suc cessful comedy which astounded the natives with its unbroken thesproIavoided such was the interest in Kirko La Shelles fortunate comedy find that lovers of con- Vivial entertainment flocked to pay substantial respects to Augustus Thomas for haying evolved such t highly commendable stage offering Thus it was that while nearly all wereitaking their vacations one whiohwrhe Earl of Pawtuoket pleasuredands upon thousands of out of town people but to all New Yorkers who f take delight in attending a per funJCI1he Earl of with all the elaborate scienic and fur fishing effects of its metropolitan CnpIit would not he at all surprising if the engagement proved as finan dally encouraging as its welcome here from an artistic point can not fail to be overwhelmingly agreeable KNt anbDER ftf fftf tf VfJT WttSrREU One next Monday at the Capital Theatre the Wm H West Minstrels will make their annual appearance in this city and as is usual Man ager Sanford B Ricaby has several novelties to present to his patrons tn this age of progression it is ab solutely essential that a manager keep abreast of tho times The public demands everything new each year and the wise manager recognizes and tiles to meet that demand One of tho most successful innovations of recent years is the presentation of the operatic burlesque The Wizard of Boss as the closing feature of the West Minstrels It is an extremely funny and very musical skit run ning about forty minutes and employs tho entire forty people who compose this successful minstrel great singers are with this organization the largest num ber ever carried in minstrelsy and great attention has been given to the orchestral and chorus effects while the soloists will present the newest and Ijest compositions of r Americas greatest songwriters Ii Leaving the beaten paths and drawing out of the rut Into which Ii minstrelsy has fallen during the past few years Manager Ricaby thetof an The Wizard of Boz As may be imagined it is a burlesque on one J of tile popular operas of tho day and Is said to be extremely funny Ifl its Well as being filled with tuneful music and catchy airs It is elaborately staged with magnificent scenic effects and beautiful costum ing and is proving one of the hits of the season Tho West Minstrels announce a great array of talent and the now firstpart scenery and costumes are said to be particularly striking the color scheme being far more beautiful than anything seen in that line in years STRAIN TOO GREAT Hundreds of Frankfort Readers Find It So The hustle and worry of businessmen The hard work and stooping of workmenThe household cares Are too great a strain on the kid neysBackache headache sideaehe Kidney troubles urinary troubles followA citizen tells you how to cure them all C A Wallace retired farmer living at 681 Holmes St says I have thought that the kidney trouble that I suffered from for heayHftinging business when a young man In this work I had to exert all my strength and many times have done what ordinarily two men would be required to do This straining myself often caused a dull aching and lameness in my Lack and as time went on it got from bad to worse the aching growing much more severe and it became so bad at times that I could scarcely get around A difficulty with the kidney secretions set in and they were scalding irregular and annoying especially at night breaking my rest five or six times gotlittleabout Doans Kidney Pills and as they were highly recommended I melded to give them a trial and procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and they helped me from the start I continued using them until I had taken two boxes was benefitted in every way I have every confidence in Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buf alo N Y sole agents for tho United States- Remember tho name Doans and take no other FOR A CHANGE OF SCENERY Try the trolley between Lexington and Paris or Georgetown Fast time low rates and cars every hour 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 etcMA1HATTENrHEHAPEUlIC BroadwayNow GOEBEL MEMORIAL The memorial services held in honor of Senator Win Goobel on Wednesday wore largely attended Speeches were made by several gentlemen a memorial poem was read by Mrs J C Morton and tho grave in our cemetery was beauti fully decorated the whole con cluded by prayer by Rev T N Ar nold of the Christian Church 7f genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In one day t JI etATM9 I HANKINSIn this city on Wed nesday night Mrs A S Hankins aged about 80 years of pneumonia Mrs Hnnkins loaves a husband and several small children one an Infant less than two years of ape The remains were taken to the old homo In Anderson county for intermentMOOREIn Louisville on Friday Mr Eugene P Moore aged about 07 years Mr Moore was born and raised in this nity being a son of the late Mr John L Moore He leaves a wife and two married daughters to mourn his death The remains wore brought hereon Sunday morning over the C O railroad and the interment was in the family lot in our cemetery 4RRNHTiRI of the Century to ho Staced in Lexington Ky + Klaw Erlangers massively or nate spectacle BenHur is to he be staged at the Opera House Lexington Ky February 22 23 and 24 with a special matinee Wednesday February 24 The dramatization of General Low Wallaces great novel has been seen very little outside of New York William Young who made the dramatization succeeded most admirably in the production of a drama which not only retains the most absolute fidelity to General Wallaces great book but does not oflend the most devout Christian Professor Edgar Stillman Kelley has heightened the solemnity of BenHur with music that is a positive delight to the ear The stage settings provided by Klaw Erlanger have never been equaled in this country The pictures of The Star of Bethlehem The City of Jerusalem from the terrace garden of the palace of Hur in Judea The Interior of a Roman Gallery Time Grove of Daphne The Fountain of Castalia The Chariot Race The Vole of Hin non and the Mount of Olives are remarkablo exhibits of the best scenic art To these are added some wonderful effects in lighting as iriNttho Star of Bethlehem and in stage mechanics as shown in the thrilling chariot racy The contrivances that go to make up the chariot race cost more than 15000 Eight horses run in full view of the audience The great scene which closes the play is the healing of the lepers on Mount of Olives Here hundreds of people are arranged in picturesque groupings the whole forming one of the most beautiful pictures over put upon the stage The personality of the Nazarene is not shown In the play but in this scene the nearness of His presence is ind Bated with the most intense impres siveness by a shaft of the purest white light The dramatization is carefully constructed so as to re move it from domain of the so called Passion plays and while the Savior is only referred to yet His tremendous dominating power is felt with thrilling effect The advance sale of seats for the Bon Hur engagement will open In Lexington Thursday February 18 when orders for seats for any of the performances if accompanied by a postal or express order and a selfaddressed stamped envelope for reply will be filled in the order of their receipt Address all com munications to Charles Scott Manager Opera House Lexington Ky CJ A S rOnE ABears theTheSignature Yfof FOR RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the best busi ness points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYg- 80tf Dr J B GOODRICH Physician and Surgeon OFFICE AND RESIDENCE RINC1OLD over Collins Havens Hard KyOfllco in 6 to 0 p m 224t Ill Pleasant to take J Laxative Syrup i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION j 1r Ask Your Doctor f MI And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a iiareLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vegetable 4j fi Compound and if used in Constipation will bring Iabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms asi NauseousnessJtlBloatedYour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ff ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 60c PER BOTTLEQj CREAMWORMS S 1f For 20 Years Has Led aSWOrm Remedies- SOXiZ m Wn i 33TT JX3J2J 30 3ElTCr C3r Or SCOTS Pmpared by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair d Broadway 4 WbwAWoinarFeelsDepressQd 1 has frequent headaches a bad of nerves lack orappetite his to steep well a morbid alifOOling gononot nccessnrny some dire female malady Its the LiverDont fail to get today ct your druggists a bottle HERBJNE1tand dJqestive organs to tnclr normrl Kldnoys feel like a new woman after taking the lint bottle 50 Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway CATHOLIC BAZAAR Tho ladies of tho Church of the Good Shepherd will Rive a baaar and supper in Music Hall Odd Fellows Temple on St Clair street lhlSIpromisesshould be liberally patronized O A J3 T C3 zn Z ABears of thot2 fGROUND HOG DAY On Tuesday last at the which Prof G Hon weather JroInosticator usually makes pearance 12 m it was exceedingly cloudy and was ramming pretty steadily So tho gentleman could not see his shadow lint In Louis ville the papers ruport the weather clear So now wo will have spring weather here and winter in Louisville for six weeks according to tradition oA T O aJABean theThe hate I WANTED FAITHFUL PERSON TO TRAVEL for well esta bUshed house in n few counties calling on rptuil merchants and agents Local territory Salary 2000 per week with expenses addi tional all payable in cash each week Money for expenses ad vanced Position permanent Business successful and rushing Standard House 830 Dearborn St Chicago 1010t awItt VyI HO FOR THE MARDI GRASE New OrleansFebruaryl0la RyinOrescent Route will sell reduced MobileIonono round trip plus 25 cents Date of Sale February 9 to 15 inclusiveFinal Limit February 20 Ex tension will bo granted upon tho usual deposit on tickets td S E HUTTON u P A Dr Weavers Syrup Porlflet the blood Cerate ointment for the ddal Our Guarantee We guarantee absoluteisatisfaction when you buy J E M Flour and if for any reason it lots not suit you you can get your money back Your grocer sells it with this un derstanding If wo could slake any stronger guarantee we would Just tell your grocer to send you J E M t Flour today J Sold only by grocers arJ made only by th- eIZE m milling CO JiiIW 22 Caliber Cartridges If you want to use 22 Caliber Rim Fire Cartridges that shoot strongly and accurately buy the timetried Winchester make having the trademark H dn the head They cost but a few cents more a box than the cheap unreliable kind and they arc dollars better Winchester 22 Caliber Cartridges are furnished loaded with either black or smokeless powder the latter being loaded with the celebrated Winchester Grease less Bullets which make them very clean to handle FOR SALE BY JDEALJIRS EVERYWHERE l BIRTHS 4 BROWN In this city on Thurs day night to Mr Thos P Brown 4p and wife nee Jennie Let a daugh i14tergmlly Allen weight 9J IIs j ffj t REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS v The following are the assign r5ments of internal revenue store 1 keepers and gaugors for the month of February In this division of th- eItf 7th District STOREKEEPERS 51r J B Brawner to Ky River Dis tillery No2 Distiliri r John W Jewett to W A Gaines t Co No4 warehouse A W Naor to W A Gaines No 4 warehouse H Sneed to W A Gaines IW No 4 bottling P Rogers to S J Greenbaum J o9R Davenport to S J Green baum No9 warehouse ii Eugene Craig to S J Green baum No 9 bottling P P Parrish to S J Greenbaum No9 warehouse John T lorry to J T Barbeo 82 1tHenry Newton to J T Barbee No warehouse and bottling John R Dagley to Geo Baker 38l Digs to Goo Baker No 33 warehouse F M Cisco to Goo Baker No 33 warehouse Geo P McCann to Geo Baker No 88 night Geo T Soearce to John Coohran Co No 87 L L Lancaster to John Cochran bottlingGeo T Montjoy to John Cochran Co No 87 night tt R H Whittlngton to Labrot Graham No 52 i C H Tsilhntt to Labrot Ira tam No 5 warehouse pod hot itUng I P G Powell to Labrot Ova ham No 52 warehouse J W Black to E H Taylor Jr fc Sons No 58 S P Willis to E H Taylor Jr 1f Sons No 53 warehouse t J H Smoot to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 58 warehouse J J L Cox to E H Taylor J r t Sons No 53 bottling tDnvld Harp to E H Taylor Jr A Sons No 58 night W S Lyno to W A Gaines Co No 100 B Davis to W A Gaines toE No 100 warehouse J B F Drake to W A Gaines warehousej A Gaines odCo No 100 meal rooms John D Nash to W A Gaines Co No 105 warehouse I H S Sinclair to W A Gaines Co No 100 bottling Z J Pholps to W A Gaines E Co No lOG night 4 A B Piper to Geo T Stagg Co No 118 T J Craig to G T Stagg Co No 118 warehouse C N Wiard to Geo T Stagg No 118 bottling STOREKEEPERGANGERS Speed F Owen to Laval Mayso No 1- 1Gus Whitehouse to T J Frazier No 50 Buokner MuElroy to J M Saffell No 91 Iw D Blanding to J N Blake more No 90 A V Combs to Haynes Tun die No 105GAUGERS H T Gaines to Ky River Dis tillery No2 Geo T Stagg Co No 11- 8John Stophanski to W A Gaines m1Mbaum No 9 J T Barbeo No 32I W M Sailell to John Cochran Co No 87 S D PInkerton to Labrot Graham No 52 S A Powell to E H Taylor Jr Sons No 53 W A Gaines A PIWilliamsCo No 100 entries Is it a burn Use Dr Thomas Eolectric Oil A out Use Dr Thongs Eclectrlc Oil At your druggists LECTURE Mr Edward Howard Griggs will give a course of lectures on the subject of Dante at the Episcopal Chapel every other Thursday oven ing at 8 oclock the following dates 1 Tho Medieval World and The Life of Dante Jan 21st 2 The Problem of Dante Fob 4th 3 The Inferno Feb 8th 4 The Paradise March 3d 5 The Beatific Vision March 17th The required amount having been secured by subscription to bring Mr Griggs to Frankfort the price of the single tickets on sale at Mr Guy Barretts newstand have been changed to 50 cents The Kings Daughters will re ceive all over and above necessary expenses td SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY By taking the trolley between Lexington Georgetown and Paris Fast time low rates and cars every hour i HENS 1 BEAT WHEAT 1 THATDcountry last year almost tiequaled the value of tho I wheat crop Seems hard to believe but that is what fi M statistics show Even then W it was necessary to import WI M eggs to supply the home de mend The profits of your j poultry yard can be readily WJB d if you will supply ft your hens with gj FLECKS POULTRY FOOD r M It never fails to increase the number of eggs anti WMPRICE 25 CENTS r IfE GAYLE CO 314 Main street Ie J W GAYL- EI m IiK Ann and Broadway 1 RiCOJiIUi FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can didate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec HJ tf COUNTY CLERK Wn are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the notion of the Democratic primary52te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge DAN MOORE as n candidate for jailor of Franklin county subject to tho notion of the Demo cratic party at the primary iSJto FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Mr D OWEN ROBINSON as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the action of tho Democraito primary Fob 6te BADLY BURNED Mrs John Lancaster the wife of Mr John Lancaster aged 28 years of the Forks of Elkhorn was stand ling in front of the fire in her room on Sunday when her clothing caught fire and she was badly burned running out into the yard before she could be caught and the flames extinguished She was brought to the Kings Daughters Hospital where she is in a critical OIlIIt is dangerous for one to take patent medicines of unknown com a person is really sick the best course is to call a physician Often times however a person is run down and out of sorts without being actually sickIAt such sense digestive tonic is usually all that is needed Such a tonic is Walthers Peptun i7ed Port which you can got at J W Gaylep Frankfort Ky It con sists simply of pure port wine and pure pepsin The first gives you new blood new life the second prompts a perfect performance of the digestive functions Snil size 50 cents large size 100 WORLDS FAIR COMMISSIONERS The following have been appointed under the Worlds CommissionersI Ford W H Jones Clarence Dallam A G Caruth Saml Grabfelder M H Crump C C Spalding W H Cox 1 B Bowles W T Ellis Chas E Hoge G S Wall W J Worth ington and B L D Gully BURIED HERE The remains of Mr John Burk hardt who died in Arizona reached home on Thursday and the funeral and interment took place on yes terday morning at 10 oclock from his fathers residence on North St Clair street TWO ALARMS At 1215 on Thursday an alarm from box 17 called the department to the residence of Mr Jas M Hallnan on Conway street wrier there was a slight blaze in the roof which was quickly extinguished with nominal loss A second alarm came in from box 19 in about half hour culling the boys to a house belonging to t1 MoGrew estate corner Steele and Campbell A small blaze in the roof was soon put out Old mother Nature has never been improved upon sometimes she needs a little assistance over hard places though But when wo assist her till nears we keep to her own methods and processes tho bettor Sometimes the digestive organs need help we have indigestion Pepsin is what nature has selected to do tho work of digestion in the stomach hence tho best help to digestion is popsin The pleasant est and most beneficial way to take pepsin is with pure port wine as combined in Walthors Poptoniztd Port and sold by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky in that form The port is itself a valuable tonic Small size coots large size 1 h ENLARGEMENT Messrs C Kagin Bro have leased tho room adjoining their dry goods and notion store at th South Frankfort Bridge and will 1J l WILLIAM YEOMAN A W McKEE The Yeoman Carriage Co Tho undersigned who have heretofore done business under the name of the Seller Carriage Company will conduct a carriage manufacturing establishment in all of its departments under the name of Yeoman Carriage Company in the warerooms on Main street in Versailles Ky opposite the Presbyterian Church and a share of public patronage Is solicited Our Mr Yeoman with tho late Henry Heimiller established t this business in Bill and ho assures his patrons that the work he will hereafter do will be on the same high plane with the work he and those with whom he has been heretofore associated have heretofore done Wo will keep on hand at all times a full supply of the best class of vehicles and now have on hand some of our own make We are prepared to build new vehicles and are ready to do all kinds of with the best mechanics obtainable Our workmen have been with us for many years some of them since the business was established and we can cheerfully guar c antee the work they do tJ YEOMAN McKEEsOpposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY I1112m FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 ISHINGLES- Cedar 375 per m h Poplar 325 per m Cypress 300 per msPoplar No 2 275 per m sr Cypress No2 X200 per m AT kaS HAMMONDCOSWILKINSON ST u open a special department so soonII as the fixtures can be put in congratulate these hustling and first class young business men upon their success in business which has tendered this enlargement of their quarters necessary Koclo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat NEW CANDIDATE In another place will be found the announcement of jolly Owen Robinson as a candidate for Repre sentative subject to the action of the Democratic party CALLED MEETING oftNo 3 on Monday evening in Ma sonic Temple at S oclock for work attendiD L HOLLAND H P GEO A LEWIS Seoy eIE1TER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for the week ending February 0 1904 Brawner Miss Alice Riggers William Bell S W Cassity Sam Duncan J B Green Hon Newton Guinton Lindsey Gitton Willie ijrimsey Gabriel Gardner Miss Annie E Gray John F Gray Omer 4 Glenn Miss Gretchen Harrod Doll Hall Frank HI mos Elliott Jones Co Frank Johnson A H Phillipps John Ed Publishers of Snared Music Richardson Mrs Sallie Stoops John- Sandelin John Scott J T Tracy Thorn- Tomlinson J R Persons calling for the above let advertisedsE M DRANE P M t Y M C A NOTES Interest in till membership con test between the Reds and the TheIa ew mem bers are coming in rapidly and in terest in all phases of the work ig increasing The picked basket ball teams from the Reds and Blues played a preliminary game Thursday night which was marked by much flue playing ninth resulted in a victory a marginInight they will play a series ofichampionshipland charged tho proceeds going on the contest to the credit of the winning side An effort is being made to work I up a big delegation to tho State Convention in Bowling Green on this 18th Tho Junior Basket Bull team played a game in Lexington lastednig- ht against the tenor which they defeated here some days ago A LITTLE SLICK Just before six oclock yesterday morning a passing cloud lot go and coated tho streets of the city with Ice It only lasted some quarter c of an hour but while it was at work it made things lively for pedestrians In a few minutes the heavens wore clear and the moon shining brightly THANKS We are in receipt of a copy of a splendid oration on General An resthosia written by that distinguished physician and accom plished surgeon Dr John A Lewis of Georgetown delivered before the State Medical Association at Louisville in April last It is ex haustive of tho subject treated upon and will be read with pleas uro and profit by all J1 I DrAwnWith i fwIrla r r I IACoupon of real value in every box of rl t I IG IT The match with the long strong stick that never fails to light and burn Ask your grocer for the Search Light Match and Save Ute Coupons THE DIAMOND MATCH CO STAMPING GROUND t Mr Quinoy A Calvert of Trafalgar Ind was called here the i serious illness of his brother Mr J W Calvert t abroadj of thu arrival of a young gentleman f at his house on January 22 The first below zero weather of 4 the winter dropped on us on Wed belowIherrley of Georgetown and Miss Belle Adkins of Port Royal Capt G W Whites 74th birthday was celebrated last Thursday by dinner to a few of Messrs R L Thomason and Mr D H Duvall as executors of somepi Twenty shares of Farmers Bank of Frankfort brought 170 por share Forty shares of Citizens Rank stock U50 per share brought 0150 per share fir R S Sprake has been doing shippingBronzefor breeding purposes yetdecidedto fill their pulpit rondo vacant by belovedMr Win T Sprake brother of plaoodied agedtMrs 1L K Beagle the beloved f gonetowidow of Rev T Warn Beagle has L LydaPerryShe was angel of mercy and love among the suffering and the sor rowing Their benedictions ac company her UNO ITheKind You Have Always Bought iljBearstheHii Signature of rWL Your Burnt Matches THES MATCH CASTORIAFor BEER GARDENI Mr Fielding Brawner is quite at this writing Mrs Florence Harrod has been visiting relatives in this community for the last week Mr Sato Wiley and Mr Thos Thurman have exchanged farms againMr Ace Roborson of New Hope will open a store at the widow C Harrods stand Miss Chloe Moore visited friends at Benson last Sunday Misses Ida and Stella Somones visited friends near Harvieland TuesdayMiss Smith was quite ill last week Miss Annie Allison of Shelby ville is visiting her sister Mrs Cleora Marshall has re turned from Louisville Levis made his farewell call on Polly last Sunday as she soon will leave the State Miss Lizie Spalding of Frankfort visited Miss Cleora Marshall Sunday last Mr Wyatt Phillips and Miss NIlnie Bryant were quietly ma triad at Frankfort last Thursday Misses Ida and Stolla Somonos left today for CincinnatiDONA VON A CURE FOR ECZEMA My baby had Eczema so bad that its head was a solid mass of scabs and its hair all came out I tried many remedies but none seemed to usedt arIe s perfectly clean and healthy and its hair is growing beautifully again I can not give too much praise to DeWittn Witch Hazel CityKyDeWittsiscontaining pure Witch Hazel The name E C DeWitt Co is on every box Sold by J W Gayle oA f s A Boughtl3igaetaroof THIS IS A Presidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to read the WEEKLY Journali HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 100Y a R REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM TIlE OURIER JOURNAL Issues the best Almanac published Send 35 cents for a copy by maUl COURIE JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the ROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150Th- isIs for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination must be sent through tho Rounds bout olllco OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYrr F H TAYLOR JR 1 iONS Proprietors itfiI Frankfort Kentucky ya WINTERS COMING CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES ALL KINDS OF HARD WARB PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMERICAN FENCING fr FRANK G STAGG f y 10 Ann Street Frank for Ky 1 r t Strongest 11ISlJ iLflUjLJlLClKJlw ASSURANCE LIFE SOCIETY j IT GIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS not fora day but for all time SURPLUS 75752097the largest total of any Lifo Co on Earth In surplus there is strength and from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1902 4477 924 more than was paid by any other Co More than a million a month was paid last year in death claimsmoreIthan a million a month in living benefits trendyI shall be pleased to call and explain our contracts Ralph R WiJsontOLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY tom New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The now trains will leave St Louis 900a m daily Tho evening trains to sumo points serviceThroughisco Excursion tickets now on sole For further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Trav Pass Att Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOO G A A1 IJA N T A- BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E C 14 ARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LouisLouisville Lines TIME TABLEtCorrected to June 25 19O1 t 1Louisvlllo iNo1amp m pmI780Ar i Lawrenceburg 965 620 985 954I i IdIIJ No4 No2 No6 71IAr KII755I720 020 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 kr andLexingtonAlso on trains Xos 5 and Through Obser vation chair cnr between Harrods jburg and Bnrgin Train leaving Louisville 745 a in for the throughsleeping JTrnlnleavlnJlog Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping care i i Loxington t T Between LouisStNo4 No2 JArHuntlngNol l t00pAr m mcHuntingburg 255pm 425 am545 pan 710 am No10 No Lv si IAr 850aEvansville m No9 No12 WArAr Louisville 1159 am 645r m betweenLouisville LotUsvilleTrains Noa and Through first oils Coaches between Bvansvillo and Louis Day trains between Louisville and St Louiscarry Cufo Parlor Cars 4carryservice app17to + H R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen G PA FOR SAltE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot KentuckyAvenue be sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf t1tAfr