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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 1 S t GHBO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance r VOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEB 27 1904 NO 25 1 Lowest Prices Still Prevail on Winter Goods in DepartmentsI R1 K1 McCLURE Ii SON 212214 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY THE NATIONAL GRANGE WANTS GOOD ROADS f eDemands the Aid of Uncle Sam and Endorses the Brown s low BillNy I iT The farmers are a class conserva tive in their views and slow to move They do their thinking taand their talking afterwards i beenlr improvement and the best way to secure that muchdesired result tf They have considered the burden of local taxation and labor as the means of building good roads and r fbe found this longtried plan to a failure except in limited local lties They have studied the State aid plan and observed the great ad vance made under it Finally i they have been studying the question of National aid combined with State and local aid and they cappear to have concluded that it is the way for which they long r have Roughturlho Grange in its national meeting at Rochester last November came out with the- rfollowing strong and unequivocal I Wheneas The United States Government has expended vast amounts of money in the improve ment of transportation facilities by appropriationsTuable land in aid of the construe tion of railroads Therefore Be it Resolved That the National Grange favors the in 4 auguration of a National policy for the improvement of highways and the appropriation by Congress of a liberal amount to establish a com prehensive system of road improvement through the cooperation of the Federal and State Governments suggesting that the general feat mires of what is termed the Brown low Bill embody the essential feat mires of such a policy Resolved That we oall upon all State Pomona and Subordinate Granges to take prompt and vigor ous action upon this important r matter and wo hereby authorize the Legislative Committee of the ft National Grange to inaugurate and conduct an aggressive campaign In securing Federal aid for improve ment of highways Also that our Legislative Committee bo author = izod to gather all tho information possible regarding the road laws and systems of road building in the New spring styles of these fruitless fitting boots received this weekTici Kid and Ideal Kid Leathers ha va rietyof styles all at O several States and that such in formation be published in such form as the Committee deems bestThese resolutions will set in mo tion a vast force that moves irresistibly for it must be remembered that the National Grange usually gets what it goes after whether it is a State freight law the creation of a rational Department of Agri feilture or the passage of an oleo margarine bill This is by far the most important endorsement the Brownlow Bill has yet received In this strenuous age one some times feels the need not exactly of a medicine but of a good common sense revitalizer and tonic Wal thers Peptonized Port is just such a tonic the port wine is a strengthener in itself and the pepsin by aiding digestion enables ono to Jet the maximum amount of strength from ones food It strengthens in a natural way not by whipping the organs into a forced nut by creating a false feeling of strength through nerve stimulation but by actually giving real strength For sale by W Gayle Frankfort Ky Small size 50 cents largo size 100 SLIGHT BLAZE An alarm from box 3o at 1110 a m on Wed nes lay called the boys to some outhouses attached to the old J L Sage property on Moro street where damage to about 50 was inflictedMORPHINE What Is To Become of the Con stantly Increasing Number of Drug Victims Can They Bo Curml This question is agitating the minds of tho best ministers doctors and thinking menof today There are over a million drug users in the United States alone mill the number is rapidly increasing All unite in saying that a reliable cure is the only salvation This is no ordinary disease and Iolds to no ordinary drugs or motilOdR of treatment We now offer our treatment which we tiuarantee will euro case of Morphine Opium I41uHlimum Co caine or other drug habit or rotund your money To any purstfn suffer ing from this dreadful disease we will send a trial package of our treatment absolutely free Write today All correspondence strictly confidential in plain Address Manhattan Therapeutic Association Dopt B lWr Broadway Now York City- Dr1Veavere Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruption j p TO FURNISH KENTUCKY BUILDING Every County and Town Asked to Send Something to Make the Homo Attractive fhe Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission is anxious to furnish and decorate the interior of the Kentucky Building at the St Louis Worlds Fair with furniture etc either made or owned in Kentucky Furniture manufacturers of the State are urged to make dis plays of the product of their fac torins in this way Name plates will be permitted on every thus contributed and the worth such advertisement of such ofI itors can not be estimated There will be needed for the II New Kentucky Home at the Ex position three bed room suites many chairs tables couches bricnbrao and ornaments of every shape and description Everything furnished will be returned to the exhibitors or owners at the close of the ex positionIt purpose of the commis sion to adorn the walls with paint ings pastels water colors crayons etc from Kentucky artists and of foreign artists owned irf Kentucky Many of both kinds have been promised but others are needed Handpainted china pyrographic specimens soulptory fancy needle work of every description carved wood etc etc are wanted Every exhibitor or contributor will be given full credit Everything will be returned to the owners A very handsome art design piano has been donated by D H Baldwin Co of Louisville This instrument has been given outright All those wishing to add to the beauty of the interior of the Ken tuoky Building are asked to write to R E Hughes Director of Ex hibits Kentucky Worlds Fair Commission Louisville EDITORIAL NOTE That is A Note About a Frankfort Editor Who is Well Known InterestingBut unrecorded Is the experience Herein set forth tipForJ B Lewis of 426 Shelby St editor of the Frankfort Roundabout says For a year or more- I suffered a great deal from a dull aching pain across my back At times tho aching was constant for day or two If I sat still but for a short time it became almost un bearable and if I stooped or lifted anything I felt twinges in the small of my back The secre tions from the kidneys were most irregular as well as highly colored and time odor very offensive I had my attention called to Doans Kidney Pills through our papers and I storelandfew lays I commenced to see an improvement I kept on with the nmyback normnlIconvinced of its merits and have givfugFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMiSburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for tho United States Remember the name Doans and take no other THE FACTS IN THE CASE OF CALEB POWERS Striking sensational thrilling in its live and absorbing interest is the startling revelation made in the March McCluros by Samuel Hopkins Adams in a plain and forceful statement of the facts in tho Case of the State of Kentucky versus Caleb Powers In spite of a national interest in time grout political tragedy which so recently rout Kentucky in twain the sur prising thing is that there has no whero appeared anything like a complete and accurate statement of its dramatic details It is stated on tho editorial authority of Mo Jil t wtIMIi I Clures and fully substantiated that at the time of the trials of Caleb Powers for the murder of William Goebol who died Governor of Kentucky four years ago from the rifle shot of an unknown assas sin the newspaper reports which were sent out both by omission and bias presented an entirely distorted view of the case The impression of the defendants guilt thus created was so widespread that outside of Kentucky the conviction of Powers was universally ac cepted as righteous Mr Adams article purposes to deal with the actual facts in the case without respect to political opinion Noth short of a revelation is the re ling directly and vigorously Adams tells the dramatic story of the political feud which culminated in the death of Goebel He describes the political situation in Kentucky which precipitated the tragedy as much as is definitely known of the tragedy itself events connected with it the arrest and trial of Secretary of State Caleb Powers Jim Howard tho moun tain feudist and Henry Youtsey the proven faker and manifest degenerate The three trials of Pow ers are described as mero travesties of justice The Republican leader was each time condemned in ad vance by solidly Democratic juries picked for that purpose before prejudiced judges on evidence totally insufficient The character sketch Mr Adams draws of Powers is most attractive It is that of a fine strong young mountaineer of unflinching courage cool and unbroken selfposses sion even when standing in the very shadows of the gallows Mr Adams the responsibility for Powers conviction and threatened death upon the State of Kentucky Under similar circum stances Powers fate might have been precipitated by either polit ical party in Kentucky It is not the party but the system which is at fault This timely article adds ma terially to MoClures reputation as au exponent of national journalism Tearing the veil of partisanship from the case it lets in the light of JUSIticelic sentiment it does not seem pos sible that the State of Kentucky will care to assume tho onus of a legal lynching no matter how bitter may be the political feud which it would inspire McClures Magazine is on sale at Barretts News Depot- LIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con umptionispour pats nt and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningIsso Is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive lan takingGertnunlarly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime ou will Und that of the thousandsof consumptives there the few who are benefited und regain strength urn those that use German Syrup Trial bottle time regular size inc At all druggists vr- H A N DSOM E M PROVEMCNIS The National Branch Batik of this city is having handsome im provements put into timely banking house on St Clair street A new stool coiling and tile floor will be put in and every thing else put in uptodato RENT House stable big garden cistern and store One of the bost busi ness points around Two miles from city at the intersection of Versailles and Georgetown roads For information call at MRS MARGARET MAHONEYS 30 tf A M k w FORKS OF ELKHORN f ifrnews trip to Georgetown the first of this week Mrs Fannie Alley is very ill with if la grippe IolbeenMiss Carrie Brock who has been sick for the past two weeks with la grippe is much better Mr Ernest Smith and wife who Taylor the Hughes house BuggySteadmanMrs Cleveland died of pneu DaughtersHospital Little Miss Emma Holton who has heen very sick with measlesyis some better Mr Jack Bratton was a welcome visitor in our village last week He is in business in Goodlettsville TennMr Elmer Burdin and wife of Mt Eden will soon move to our village We are glad to welcome our old friends back The fouryearold child of Mr Jim Mitchell and wife caught fire and was badly burned and died from the effects the same day at 2 oclock p m Rev Dr A S Alderman former tpastor of Providence Church was a guest here last week 1IrsISe11le ARE YOU CONTEMPLAT ING BUYING A NrwSUht- OR IwSKIRT FOR SPRING If so then you want the Style 7 to be Correct the Fit to be Perfect the Price to be Rea sonable These are three attractive 4 features of our immense line of ladies und misses e 1Shirtbe open for your inspection about March 10th in our now store It will pay ouJto wait and see our line be fore making a purchase We will snow time largest t and swellest line of ladies Roadynwdo Garments ever shown in Frankfort 1 C Ragin 1 41 I Clair St at Brldujt n PERSONAL Hon tenth Trimble was in tilt ltv Ibis wtl Uol Juke Corbett of Bnnhvrli vas pert this weep Mrs hL HnolritrK went to Louisville on Tuesday Jurist loo L Klliston of tnvinr ton was hero this week nudge Robert lliddell of Irvine was in the city this week Col S H Mason anti wife lolt i t Saturday night for the East Miss Flora Foote of Lexington Is the guest of Miss Flora Ray Miss Fannie Galbraith of Hex ington is the guest of relatives here Mr Man ius H Lucas and wire visited his mother in Scott county this week Miss Kate Thompson attended the Basket Hall Game at George town this week Miss Nellie Marshall attendee the game of unpket ball at George town on Monday Miss Nellie Murphy of this omce spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of relatives Mrs W W Howe of Middles boro is the guest of Mrs H S Kellor Ann street Miss Josephine Kavanaugh is visiting Mrs Lotha Dunigan Rog ers in Georgetown Col John C Herndon of tilt BradleyGilbert Co Louisville was here this week Mr Thos E Kenney and Mr O C Kenney went to Cincinnati on Monday ou business Mrs Eb Magoffln of Harrods burg was the guest of Mrs Sato J Slmckelford this week Col Jake Corbett of WicklitTe was here this week shaking hands 1with his many friends Mrs John S VanWinkle and daughter Miss Louise of Danville are visiting in the city Mrs Geo W Long of Leitoh field is the guest of her sister Mrs Luna B Longmoor Mr Robt L Moyers of Louis vine came here with the body of I his mother on Thursday Miss Mollie T Addams of Cyn thiaua is the guest of Mrs Lula B Longmoor her HlsterIMrs Jas T t been visiting relatives in Mays ville has returned home Col Joe Pugh QfCovtn tonIwashero this week legislation for Covington Mrs W D Roy who has been in New Orleans La for I several weeks has returned home Mrs E C Roemele and daughter of Owen county were guests of relatives hero this week Mrs Edgar E Hume and daugh ter Miss Eleanor left night for Southern FloridaIMis O W Long visited her sister Mrs B G Gra ham in this city this week Mr Grant L Roberts and wife attended the BenHur performance in Lexington Monday night Judge James Hargis of Jackson the noted feudist was here this Week looking after legislation Mrs W J Lewis will return to night from a two months stay in Virginia visiting relatives y Miss Katie Gibbons who is attending the College of Music Cin cinnati is at home for a few days Mr H F Hillemneyer of Lex X ington was in the city on Thurs day and made us a pleasant call Mr Chas C Lewis Jr of Owonsboro was in the city on- Thursday and made us a pleasant wall Mrs J W Bryan and children of Louisville were the guest of her mother Mrs M A Murphy this weokSecretary Blake W Godfrey re tturuetl Monday night from the Y M C A Convention at Bowling vGreen Mrs R W Miller of Richmond 4s with her husband Representa tive R W Miller at the Capital Hotel Rev J W Warder D D of r Louisville was in the city this week the guest of Rev M B AdamsMr A Lewis went to Ash land on Monday and inspected Ash land Commandery No 28 Ie T that night Col Yoder Poignard of Taylors ville who has been the Guest of relatives hure left for house MJII day night Mrs Win P Banta who has been the guest of Mr John M Banta and wife left Thursday for Fort Clark Texas Mr Mason B Barret of Louis ville Sunday and Monday t with his mother Mrs W F Bar ret in this city Mr Carl Kagin has returned from New York City whore he went to purchase the stoup for the adden da to store Mr Elliott Ford of Georgetown College spent Sunday and Monday a1t tfJI i in this i ity the truest oT his Intel Air 1 U Ell iul Mr W Firmrr and son evil leave this iiiorninu for Ncv York City to purthasi the spring stock lor thfir hig store Mr Joorjro W Lewis of Louis ville spoilt Snnilay and Monday hero the miest of Mrs Helen Metlure Taylor Avenue Uev Dr W L MuKwnn of Pitts burg Penn was the guest of hit nmtlier Mrs Caroline MeKwaii Shelby street this week Air Hat Regan of this ollke win was called to Lexington by tilt death of Iris aunt Airs Kelly rl- turlttHI on Tuesday evening ill Alex T Lewis of Kentucky State College Lexington spent Sunday and Monday here tilt guest of his father Air 1 Lewis Air John K Alayse who has hoer in New York for several months hits relumed home anti resumed his piice at the O F C distillery Miss Maria Lindscy of Louis ville who has been the guest f hoi aunt Mrs n W Lindsey South Side has returned home Mrs Geo W Lewis of Louis villo who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Helen McClure re turned home Thursday morning Mrs J B Eastin and children of Lexington who have been guests of her parents Capt C W Aler ohant und wife hove returned home AIrl W Daugherty of Mt Vernon Ind formerly with the Pru dential Insurance Co in this city visited his friend Mr W H Watts this week Manager J S Weathers of tho Frankfort Telephone Co returned- from Paris Wednesday where he was called by the serious illness of his nephew Prof S L Frogge and Prof J H Fuqua left Sunday for Atlanta Ga to attend the Superintendents Division of the National Educa tional Association Mrs W P Banta came here this week to visit her fatherinlaw Mr John M Banta at Thorn Hill en route to join her husband Dr Win P Banta U S AM San Antonio Texas Miss Ella Komper of Gratz who has been visiting her sister Mrs IIJ T Alinish at Harvieland re turned home this week accom panied by Mrs Minish who will spend a few weeks at her old home AN EARLY RISERI IA strong healthy active consti tution depends largely on the condition of the liver The famous little pills known as IeWitts Littlrf Early Risers not only cleanse the system but they strengthen the action of tho liver and rebuild the tissues supporting that organ Lit tle Early Risers are easy to act they never gripe and yet they are absolutely certain to produce re sults that are satisfactory in all cases Sold by J W Gayle COMMITTEE LLED TO MEET The Democratic Congressional Committee of the 7th District has been called to meet in this city on Monday next Feb 29th to fix the time for calling the primary elec tion to nominate a candidate for Congress The call was issued by Chairman W A Lee of Owen county DOING THE RIGHT THING The trouble begins with a tick ling in the throat and a nagging little cough Soreness in the chest follows and the patient wonders if he is going to have an all winter cold Probably if he dOlls the wrong thing or nothing Certainly not if he uses Perry Davis Pain killer the staunch old remedy that cureR a cold in twentyfour hours There is but one Painkiller Perry jfuvis 1 VALUABLE MAN John Perkins the colored janitor of the Y Al C A resigned his position as such and left Thursday for Kansas City Kansas where he has secured a good and moro lucra tive position We regret exceedingly to see him leave this city He is an honorable and upright gentleman and a force for good among the people of his Imco it a burn Use Dr Thomas Oil A out Use Dr Eclectric Oil At your druggists Dr Weavers Syrup Perinea the blood Cerate olntment for the kID + WANTED Alen or women local representatives for a high ulnas magaine Large commissions Cash prles Write J N Trainer 80 East Wash ington Square New York N Y 214r OA Ji JI ABears the lie hrJ i 1 = = = = loil wrr r i 1- I 1 I f FOR SALE BY M A SELBER T LEADING JEWELERI til IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE- OF ELNORA SEAIONES GORDON Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tis hard so hard to speak tho words We must forever part Dearest loved one we have laid thee In the peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will be cherished Till wo see thy heavenly face A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled God in his wisdom has recalled The boon his love had given And though the hotly slumbers here The soul is safe in Heaven Old mother Nature has never been improved upon sometime she needs a little assistance over hard places though But when we assist her the nearer wo keep to her own methods and processes the bettor Sometimes the digestive organs need help we have indigestion Pepsin what nature liriB selected to do tho work of digestion in the stomach hence the best help to digestion is Tho pleasant est and most beneficial way to take pepsin is with pure port wine as combined in Waithers Peptoniztd Port and sold by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky in that form The port is itself a valuable tonic Small size cents large size 100 SMALL FARM FOR SALE CHEAP aboutSituated two miles from Frankfort on Bald Knob pike con taining aobut 100 sores and known as the Rossoll Place For particulars apply to FRANK CHINK Feb 19tf 7fThis ligaature is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine T bieu the remedy that sutras a cold I OM day Silver Plate that Wears Your Sooons Forks etc will be fection in dura b perI beauty of design brilliancy of finish they are selected front terns stamped patI r 1847- Rogers Bros Remember 1847take no sub tltute There are other Rogers but like all the merit and value identified with the original and genuine br jftlnttrnatlonil diver Co8ucot ior t- Co Sold v by CUNNI FOR SALE BY ID 0 SELBERT Leading Jeweler ii L h DECLINED THE HIGH HONOR Rev Dr Win L MuEwan as in dioated in our lust weeks issue l has declined to accept the Presi dency of Central University at Danville It is seldom that so young a man as Dr Me E wan declines such a high honor as this ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE perIsonstate of Harvey Scott deceased to present them properly proven as required by law to the undersigned administrator on or before March 20 J804 or the same will be barred All persons Knowing themselves indebted to said are noti fied to come forward and settle their indebtedneus ZACK CHURCH Administrator of Harvey Scott de ceased Feb 20- lmNOTICE againsttheprOperlyJett on or before three months from this date Persons indebted to said estate promptlyF Assignee of S P Moore February 22 1904 25lra I barks Sidney Globes Guaranteed Cure forall Kidney and Bladder DiseasesS- MALL AS A PILL EASIER TO TAKE Two dOte give relief and one box wil care any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Uempvea Gravel cures Dinhetes Seminal EtcissionH Weak and irregularitiesboth men and women Sold at 50 cents per box on tho No Cora No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Drug StoresFrankfort Ky May 2ly tom en flo1ID1UIl BETWEEN LouisvilleAND BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIAND A VAST NORTHWES1 UNION STATION TTAT1ON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON P 4Cur 4th anil MurlcetStH IouUvllt I lc JI1 A i Jt HAVE YOU INDIGESTION J IIf you have Indigestion Kodol Cure will cure you It t cured thousands It is curing people every dayevery hour You owe it to yourself to give it a trial You will conitnue to suffer until you do try it There is none other combination of digesrants that digest and rebuild at the same I JSoldU How about the West or Southwest IF TO THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST WHY NOT HAVE YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE You cant get better service FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL EVENING TRAINS BETWEEN KENTUCKY POINTS AND ST LOUIS AND THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST The only line that does it THIS LINE IS RECOGNIZEDjAS THE OFFICIAL ROUTE t FOR COMFORTABLE TRAVEL BETWEEN KENTUCKYPOINTS AND THE WEST AND SOUTH WESTf JERSask us first GEO L GARRETT Trav Passgr Agt L J IRWIN Genl Passgr Agt- Louisville K- yF1fl1oflCiociRhla1i all The Midland l otltearLocal Time TableiIn Effect January 11 1904 J NosalAu uAlL SXCIOdP- SUNDAY 1IiNoHtILVIFrankfurt Ar 2OO1J6 Summit Klkhorn 06 219 712 8 68 229 7 i IStampDjngGraund 53 6 30 J9 2 Johnson 6 36 t2 J Georgetown t 35 6 29 2 55C S Depot J 110 6 2 8 Newtown 0 a 8 Centerville 6 69 817 Elizabetht 9 6 55 a 8 J7 9 IIfPoriliJnnctn8 80 Lv 9 5 Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with O lrConnectl4Central a Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L A i BETWEEN N FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA GEOIIO 1 P M 150 IA MIPM 00 Lr Frankfort Ar 3 JS Lv Georgetown Arl l5t 6 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 00 t BETWEEN 1VIAt P M 2 Lv Frankfort Ar 2 Lv Georgetown Ar b30 Lv ParisAr 683 t6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 55fKENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2 050AL Frankfort A11 25A 720P J 2 47P 45A A Georgetown L lOA 825P S5P 8 t A A Ports L 9 542P IIP 42A A Winchester L 709A245P t 8 Mivysville L 6 45A 15P Cynthiaim 502P PipiA Kidimoml r17 20A155P 6 Cincinnati 265P MUTTONPres ft i lr t tj Pi ff t meriu jnvawTTra i Ln3e7NiiSC1cW 7IDC141Ik7SAIR C r =XYiIIL79TRlASarv7 w rosncoal mrww = = if Jt1fm1t 4a 11if m ltJjftr df I FRIDAY OUR IikRGAiN lAY On Every Friday in March We will give 10 per cent Discount on ai Cash Sales We have uow on display a beautiful new line of Embroideries Ginghams Dress Goods Goods and everything kept in a firstclass dry goods store ThiteIAsk your doctor about the wonderful new Iinen Mesh Hygenie Underwear We are line of this slew underwear and hope you and inspect 1 as JOHNSON j DR ITHOUSANDS This wonderful medicine posi tively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottlo guaranteed No IiCure No Pay Price 50eJTrial bottle free ly BIRTHSh NAZORIn this city to Mr Arthur W Nazor and wife daughterNannio flay- CHENAULIIn aII Louisville Monday to Mr Courtland P nanlt and wife a daughter Emma Hazelrigg Often a person puts off taking tonic because of the dis agreeable taste of most tonic preparations Therefore the ideal tonic should be pleasant to the palate Wal thers Peptonized Port may justly claim the title of the ideal tonic for in addition to being highly agreeable to the taste it is a strengthener of greatest value combining port wine itself a tonic of noted efficacy with pepsin which is natures own digestive agent This preparation restores lost vitality and cures nervous prostration hfdigestion and all kindred ailments For sale by J W Gayle Frankfort Ky Small size 50 coats largo size 100 LITERARY NOTE Was there a field for the new periodical The Twentieth Century Homo The render may judge for himself It is an attempt to present for tho first time in any publication the whole world of living and household work from a standpoint that will bo strictly ac i curate and scientific in every re spect Tho exact truth in every thing applied to life Not tradition hnaginarysthe best lights of modern science Certainly that is a new field Its first reception by the public has been so flattering that the edi tion was increased from 100000 and then to 141000 copies Its re ception by the press has boll equally flattering From tho Mail and Express Feb 0 Tho first number of this new mag azine for women February pub lished this week demonstrates that for it in the fieldthere was room 1 that indeed it may close a real ization of the fact that it has como to fill a longfelt want It will have none of tatting and crocheting of the insipid and tho narrow of Halloween parties and pro proIIt is for women of the twentieth century who plan their lives and do who know and understand and stand abreast with mankind in the world1i the gramme of tho now u11lertak11lg- Ind it realizes it bettor than is usually the case in a first number It deals with the allairs of the household but in a scientific spirit rr with dress but not with the gush and breathless admiration If the- womans magazine lilt isJr The illustrations are capital and t p 4 Jsrl iJ admirably well printed Taken sill in all this first number is the host advertisement that till publisher of Tho Twentieth Century Homo can send out to attract attention IIIIEIilA Correspondent Thus Describes His Experience H011Jino apIafter meals with distressing mon tal depressions and low spirits Herblno must ho a unique prepara tion for cases such as mine few doses entirely removed mI complaint wonder at people gill ug on suffering or spending their money on worthless things when Herbine is procurable and cheap 50c a bottlo at Paul soI Woitzols t LETTUCE PREVENTS SMALL POX Dont forget that lettuce is a pre ventivo of smallpox So far as it is ppssiblo for a human being to be protected from catching smallpox lettuce is a pro tection No need for vaccination what ever Any person who eats a small quantity of lettuce twice a lay morning and evening is as well proteoted against smallpox as it is possible for any one to booITo bo sure one ought to bo ought to live in ventilated rooms and avoid dirt of all sorts Also avoid contact with people will have smallpox Foolish exposure to the contagion of smallpox is not to he thought of But there Is no need for vaccination Go calmly on about your busi ness Provide a small quantity of lettuce morning and evening and you can feel sure that you have protected yourself and your family in the best possible way against smallpox Lettuce is one of tho oldest vege = tftblo remedies known to the mod ical profession Long before it was used as food it was used as mod icine Many times it has been claimed that it has magical or miraculous powers to prevent con tagious disease Wo believe this is carrying matters altogether too far But lettuce does furnish to tho system exactly what is needed to pro tect it against tho poison of small pox Wo defy any one to produce a case of smallpox that has been con tracted by any person who made dally use of lettuce as a food If there is any such case on record we would be glad to hear of it BURGLARY The dry goods and notion store of Messrs C Kagln Co No 41 at tho Bridge was burglarized on Sat urday night Some in money loft in tho cash drawer was taken It may bo that some goods were also taken hut it is not definitely know Tho police are at work on the UIIS0FREE IRIA 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 etc M A N H A TTE N TH K K A E U T J C ASSN Dopt IL 1135 Broadway Now York City i v r 4 f I 4J IIIn MARRIED IACKSON0010At the resi dence of Mrs Ruth Klthon Ann street on Monday Foil 22 Mr William Jackson and Miss Eliza beth Cook both of tho Ptirrington neighborhood were inurrled by Esq GflO B Thomson MOTH E RSHEA DSWEENE Y At the Felfers House this city on Wednesday evening Mr Forest Mothershead and Miss Susan Sweeney both of Anderson county were married by Rev George Dar sic of the Churc- hI Christian is dangerous for one to take patent medicines of unknown com position When 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 sick At such times n good common sense digestive tonic is usually all ieplonIizod Coilsiltspure pepsin The first gives you new blood now life the second prompts a perfect performance of the digestive functions Small size 60 edits large size 100 LECTURES Mr Edward Howard Griggs is giving a course of lectures on tho subject of Dante at the Episcopal Chapel every other Thursday oven iug at S oclock Having combined his first two subjects the remaining two will bo iven the following dates The Paradise Match Hd The Beatific Vision March 17th The price of the single tickets on sale lit Mr Barretts News Stand 1i5 f0 cents IDr Weaver Syrup and Cerate Sncceisfnl treatment for blood and akin dleeatea LETTER LIST The following is a list of advertised letters for the week ending February 27 1104 Banks Martha Boavins Jas G Bradey Poet Camble Mrs John Dramatic Editor Times Gray Brim Green G Grimes Mrs Essie fond an J V 2 Hayden Miller Howard Hazel Loblnn Mrs Alice S Long Mrs N J f2 Lyons Miss Jessie 2 McCarthy n J Malory Miss jUne Milton Robert Morse Drug Co Ninthul F W Ott John W Ray James Ray Mrs E C Rice Eddie Rogers S N Rogers C Sanders Wm Smith Mrs Emma Sullivan Capt A Taylor 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CANDIDATE FOR JAILER 1110 authorized to announce IW J IAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the IIction1 the Demo cratic party at the primary lte FOB HIPRISEXIAlIF We are authorized to announce Mr D OWEN ROIUNSON as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demncraitc primary Feb 0hF- OII SALE A surrey Almost now Apply to JAS W WHITEHOUSE 12ti w CASTORABeare Signature of fJA N ic o l ANNOINEMENTaIllinois DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central H R to New Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive Yew Orleans Saturday 1000 n in leave Saturday 200 p m arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip and oneway 11rntoOCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS nc1n1 steamship Bailings from Nrw Orleans for Mexico Panama Wetjmillsforth in a special folder issued by the Illinois Central R H Send for a copy- MEXICO It AND 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trains carrying sleeping jJin1 HOT SPRINGS ARK jiJlrevice via Memphis Send for book t describing tills most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS t Concerning all of the above olinJbe had of agents of the Illinois tral or by addressing tho nl1nrestf4of the undersigned representatives IIf time Central F W HA R LOW D P A 1ouisvllloJANew Orleans A H HANSON G P Chicago J N O A SCOTT A G P Memphis t f Dr Cailys Condition rowuers are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and th01SOcents per package For sale by J W Gayle and f LeCompte G tale J 3 r f c THeFranBoriRDUDflaDDUi t Entered at the postollUo at Fran fort KIn tuck ns second lIt1 inailiilik matter OED A LEWIS Pror and Pub 1903YPROGRAM FOR CAPITOL BAN q111The o l toasts has boon Announced by tit citizens of Frankfort for the ban quet at the Capital Hotel next Tuesday night in honor of the Gen oral Assembly and State ofilelal- and ns a celebration of the passage of the Capitol Appropriation Bill f toTonsttnnster Judge James H Hazelrigg urrhe President Rep WorthingtonxThe Governor Senator George t W Hickman Andrew J Holmes who contributed the ground upon which the State Capitol is now rstanding Gen Dan W Lindsey rhe Bluegrass Representative W R lIfllertiThe Pennyrile Senator E C Ward The Pur chase Senator J Wheeler Camp bell The Mountains Repre sentative W C Black Ken tuck Gov J C W Beokhnm The Press Col W C P Breck inridge The New Capitol Sent ator W A Byron The Senate Speaker Eli H Brown of the House of Representatives The r Houset President W P Thorne SenateWWe would suggest that it would be a graceful thing upon the part of the committee having the mat ter in charge to invite Gov W O Bradley to bo present and to speak He has been a steadfast friend ofIFrankfort and urged the appropriation in every one of messages when Governor TERRIBLE ARRANGEMENT The revelations made by A C Adams who was on trial at Cyn thiana for perjury in connection with the Jett and White trial for the murder of Jas B Marcum area terrible portrayal of the state of affairs in Breathitt county The man admitted that he had sworn falsely in saying that he saw Curtis Jett at Hargls Bros store when the shots were fired that killed Marcum but that ho baths done so because his life had been threatened if he did not so testily He said that he was not even in Jackson on the day of the assas- sinationi He frankly stated that Hargis Callahan and others sent him word that lie would hadIkilled if lie attempted to get from Breathitt county to giving the perjured testimony The former judge the Commonwealths attorney coal county attorney united in asking the jury to make the punishment of Adams the lightest the law would permit which was done and he was given one year in tho tremendous The penitentiaryI to the t ban French and others SORRY TO SEE IT It is with great regret that wo learn that Mr W O Davis theI efficient and alert County Attorney- t of Woodford county was defeated for reelection at the Democratic primary held in that county on Saturday last Mr Davis has filled the position with great fidelity and usefulness for some twelve years We have nothing to say against Mr Jesse the successful candidate He is an able young man but un tried in the position hu wek to fillj TREATY RATIFIED The U S Senate on Tuesday iratified the Panama Canal treaty by a vote of 06 yeas to nays The nays were Bailey Bate Black IIDuboisSenator McCreary voted for tile ratification another testimonial to his foresight anti patriotism- DISTINGIiSHEI CITIZEN OF ILLINOIS DIES IHon Frederick H Winston of Chicago Ills a brotherinlaw of Mrs R M Aldridge of this city Grips Grim Grasp Caus- eHurt Disease Could Not Lie On Left Side- DrMilesHea rt Cure and fNervine Cured Me Mrs H R Jobc formerly of Birmingham Ala writes from Eldredcc the same state as follows It is with the realest pleasure that I rec heartssufferer how much they have done me LaGrippenot lie down for the smothering spells that would almost overcome me and the feeling of oppression around my heart I had not been so that could lie on my left side for a long time 1 bottlesIrightFormerlyous prostration I had tried so many rem getlingnerves of heart were so affected that sometimes it would lose beats so it would seem to stop altogether It was on the ad vice of a friend that I tried your Restor firstfewone of Heart Cure made me feel like a new person My heart is all right and my nerv recornIas was hottieon Nervous and Heart Diseases Addiesa Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind died on Sunday last in Florida of a complication of diseases Mr Winston WAS a distinguished man and was formerly minister to Persia under President Cleveland He has visited relatives here fre quentlyHe beon in poor health and hoped by going to Florida to recu l rato and avoid the rigors of win ter in the tI Windy City Dyspepsia bane of human exist once Burdock Blood Bitters cures RegulatesBLAIRS INSURANCE BEING PAID A great deal of interest is being taken in the insurance on the life of the late James L Blair of St Louis who died last month The line was over a million dollars and the trouble in which he became in volved shortly before his death added to the interest as did the snit begun by the Mutual Life of polIThat suit is still pending limo New York Life has paid its policies for 77f 0ll of which 510000 were issued only last year MRS MARY JOHNSTON WIS DOM DEAD IN NEW ORLEANS Telegrams from relatives in New oflJohnston Wisdom wife of William B Wisdom of New Orleans and daughter of ColJ Stoddard John ston of Louisville Death wits due to pneumonia which developed from an apparently slight attack of girp Mrs Wisdom was married in 1890 and removed from this city to New Orleans Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter Eliza eleven years old Her funeral will take place in Now Orleans today Louisville Post Feb 22 KENTUCKY NATIONAL GUARDS Plates are on foot to hold the 1904 encampment of the Kentucky State Guards at the St Louis Worlds Fair time latter part of May and the first of tune so all the soldiers will bo on hand for Kentucky Day cere monies Thursday June 2 Over two hundred State College cadets will be encamped at the St Louis Worlds Fair grounds from Inym to June 5 They will help mike Kentucky Day Thursday June 2 memorable Kentucky was the first State out side the Louisiana Purchase Terri buildingt2 at the St Louis Exposition will he the first State day of tho big hair About 800 will bu spent on time Worlds Fair exhibit front tho Ken tucky Institute for the Blind at Louisville KENTUCKY AUTHORS Invited to Solid Copif of Ihdr looks to Wot Ids Fait lothdsexes alluring held of literature and out a fun have snot deserved success The Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission wants to make complete collection for the library of the Kentucky Building at the St Louis Exposition of books written by Kentuckians since the date of Statehood beginning Ant hors or owners of Kentuckywritten hooks are invited to send them without delay to R E Hughes Secretary Kentucky Worlds Fair Commis slon Louisville at the oat IIeiit possible moment The commission hopes to make the collection very complete Books furnished will be returned to tho owners at the close of the exposition NOT A MOMENT TO LOSE The Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission is being urged by the ex position officials to forward exhibits to St Louis without delay Freight congestion is threatened Thirty thousand ears full of exhibits are expected to reach the Worlds Fair City in the next five weeks Time Kentucky Commission is leaving no stone urturned to have every Kentucky display ready on time April 80 To do this it must have all exhibits at the exposition grounds April L Counting delays that are unavoidable during a freight congestion this means that shipments in carload lots should leave Louisville not later than March 16 Exhibitors are urged to rush their samples and specimens to Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission Louisville Kentucky University ar Lexing ton through its president the Rev Burris A Jenkins is planning a most comprehensive educational exhibit for the St Louis Worlds Fair Models of the college buildings are to be shown including Transylvania the foundation of the school system of Kentucky dating from 17M The Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville is arranging an exhibit for the St Louts Exposi tion at cost of 8- 00Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumption Eat plenty of porkwas the advice to the 1001yearsSalt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats prepared for easy especiallyI Feeding him In way which is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts 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tires put on while you wait When in Versailles dont fail to drop in to see us Very respectfully yours SELLER CARRIAGE CO Inc- H IC WARD Pres C M BROWNING Seoy Trens VERSAILLES KY Fayette Home Phone 133 22lyr A STRONG COMBINATION THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT iw AND THE IIERALDIBoth able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its supe rior telegraph service embracing the entire worldcorrespondents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russa and Japan BOTH ONE YEAR 1 Send orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky 1 J ft J JWORTH YOUR ATTENTIONI 1 NEW SPRING SUITINGS In our Dress Goods Depart ment Early importation of highclass goods Now is the time to get your choice H d I in the Great Play Arizona at Capital Theatre Tuesday March Arizona at Capital Theatre1ues 0da March Ifit Much of the interest attached to the coming engagement of Angus tus Thomas play Arizona is due to the fact that since its former road tour it has been marie a larger anti wore expensive production in every way Last spring Managers J La Sholle and Raymond produced it at the Academy of Music New York where it played nn engage ment of 150 nights Duo large stage at that theatre Shelle and Raymond put Arizona on in a massive way and the intact as given hiring this last New York run will be brought here at the Capital Theatre Tuesday March 1st When Augustus Thomas wrote Alabama the ablest critics in America said he had written the best American play On the morn ing of 11th three of the best newspaper critics in New York declared Arizona a greater play than Alabama The logical in ference is evident Arizona as the name would indicate is a stage told story of the lives and loves of men and women living in that pic turesque section of our national domain which is now knocking at the door of Congress with the demand for the dignities of State hood The characters are typical of the sturdy civilization of a new country Canby a splendid old ranchman who dominates the Ara vapia Valley his kind hearted but peppery tempered wife their two beautiful daughters children of the plains veneered with San Fran cisco culture the olllcers and soldiers of frontier cavalry post these are the principal types that move and live in a play said to bo one of the host to the American stage since Bronson Howard and Dion Botioicault laid the corner stono of that instin tions foundation Tho scones of tho play are on a f hJ A iaiIJ Jl Tailor Suits First Correct spring styles New effects in skirts received every week I AND RUC Estrella AMUSEMENTS Mossrs1- La production September contributions showing ranch close to the Mexican border and Fort Grant one of the United States military posts established primarily to keop tho Indians in a passive condition The dramatic motiv is simple and the complica tions which lead to the denouement rational The yonng wife of a Col onel many years her senior being wearied to the point of despair by her iona4lfe has a passing spasm of romance and is on the verge of elopement with almost too transparent a villain when the young lover of her sister foils the plan but nt such a critical moment that he must himself bear the bur den of suspicion or reveal the wifes frailty to her husband who has been to him as a father With genuine manliness he chooses to shield the woman and await the future for his justification By thus sealing his lips he innocently develops a series of crises that are highly tragic and eventually a catastrophe that halts the movement of every corpuscle But when ft is all over and the sun breaks through the heavy clouds one feels that in every step of the matter his judgment was sound and his conduct gallant and heroic OLD TIME MINSTREL Lew Benedict Hns Been in the Business Many Years The oldest living minstrel who is still before the public is Lew Ben diet He is now in his seventieth year and has been on the stage constantly since ho was twelve Despite his long career ho is still vigorous Ho delights in telling of his early experiences It snakes mo think I am getting very old judging from the changes that have been nuulo in the pro fession since first started out said Mr Benedict Nearly all the old minstrel favorites of tho enrlv days are dead hut minstrelsy nas willIMinstrelsy was born in 1842 at No 87 Catherine street Now York Ir k eti I- IrMVj7 EmbroideriesAt ity and price just what you want The LILY BRAND Muslin Underwear has no equal City The ready wit of the min strels and their topical conversa tion caught the town and in a few days thay were installed for a sea son in old Library Hall The suc cess of the venture was so great that tho same organization after ward went to London England where it played in the old St James Hall on Regent street and met with most profitable results Later Christy who had been added to the company as a vocal soloist took a company of his own to Eng land and Introduced negro dancing as a novelty He accumulated a present St James Hall on Picca dilly London today Edwin Booth made his debut in minstrelsy in 1849 and a year latdr when only seventeen he and John Sleeper Clarke afterwards a great comedian went South giving negro minstrel entertainment and making use of the banjo and bones That was over a half century ago and it was never then dreamed that minstrelsy would develop into such collosal proportions as it is today- I got my first engagement with Duproz Greenes Minstrels and in 1862 the name of the company was changed to Duprez Benedict For years he traveled with that company His was the first com pany to go to California overland which was done in 1870 He has appeared in almost every city in the United States and Canada He was with the first company to play in Brigham Youngs Theatre in Salt LUKe City At this perform ance he appealed before Brigham Young with his seventeen wives and forty children This is Mr Benedicts second season with John W Vogels Big Minstrels which will he tho attraction at the Capital Theatre in tho near future Watch for the date- CANCER CURED Mr W W Pickett Smithfltld Ills writes Sept 10th 1001 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 leg mud through an accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave me 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 scar left I have implicit faith in the merits of this preparation and it can not be too highly recommended 5o uOo and 100 For sale by Paul B Woitzel READ IT Mr Frank Chinn otTers for sale a small farm located near this city Road his WANTED Special representative in this county und adjoining territories to represent und advertise an old es tablished business house of solid ilnanoial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from permanent Address Blow Bros lo Monon Mldg Chicago 2bta h OAS T OnJABeau Signaturo of r r f ilia lava d 1 + NEW SPRING STYLES J Room Size Rugs L r CHOICE PATTERNS IN Carpets and CARPETS W S FARMER SI byI adi buggyfurnished Mattings BEST PRICES GOODS f TREATMENT s4 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 ifat any time you get anything here which is not right we ask you to tell us of it t John Driscoll frankfort Ky iSaffelrsf Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods ofall kinds in the Premier Monarch and White Horse Brand j1 New York Full Cream Imported Sweitzer itRocquefurt and Imperial Cheeses Rudolph Bauer Fine Candies 3g- Whiskies and Vines of all ages and kinds Ip IoW i n y TRY OUR FAMOUS I Red Jacket Cider 11 fir The Housekeepers Best Friend IS A t Bissaus Cyoo earlfCaRPET SWEEPER f 1 t ROGLRS SONS J y y BElTlVIS m IHOhIAt th Kliminu Hotel on Sunday 11rslunieFliorp vifi Of JirIno Thorp n edM years of pllOU mOil BHAWXEBIII tills city on wnerAson of 1Ii1 G H Ill vncr of heart failtire aired about no years HILIj At Lakeland on Sunday the infant daughter of Dr T W Hill Supnrinrendint of the Insti tute for Feebleminded Children in this city The remains were inturnt0ntjby county on Monday Mr J S Kent formerly of this city aged fl4 years Mr Kent leaves a widow who vas a Miss Heijlor of this city sist r of Mr John L Zeijrler of the Sinn D Johnson Co Still luter Faircliild was captured at Somerset OYEHSl tI Louisville on Tuesday Mrs Anna Moyers aged about 57 years Mrs Moyers was ft former resi dent of this city The remain- were brought hero on Thursday the funeral services conducted on yesterday and the remains late away by the side of her husband in our cenltey- CLEVELANDAt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Monday Mrs Dora Cleveland aged about years She was a sister of Mr Wm Wil pants of this city and had been ill for a long time The interment took place on Tuesday in the family burying ground in the country QUIREAt the residence of her brother Mr N J McDaniel in this city on Tuesday night Mrs Susan F Quire relict of the late Mr John C Quire aged about 14 years after a loud and painful ill ness Mrs Quiro was a good woman a member of the Christian Church She leaves onp son and one brother to mourn her heath besides a large circle of friends The funeral services were con ducted by Rev George Darsie from the Christian Church on t Thursday afternoon and the inter- mentf was in the family lot in out 8ehlotervQUAXth1JsAt the homo of his Mother in this county on Tuesday night Mr Roger Quarles son of the late Mr Ambrose Quarles aged 1 r 18 years from blood poison Mr Qiwrlos was a very promis 1ing young man and assumed the tare of his mothers farm after the t sudden death of his lamented fMherIThe funeral services were eon ducted at the residence on Thurs day morning by Rev J IC P South after which the remains were brought to our cemetery for IntermentHe a devoted mother two brothers and three sisters to mourn his untimely heath He had been complaining of an abscess in his side and had been under treatment of several physi cians The serious turn which the t ease took was a surprise to the doe tors as well as the family HEFFNER At the Kings Daughters Hospital on Saturday t Mrs Melissa Heffner widow of the late Mr Jas W Heffner aged 61 yearsMrs Heffner was horn and reared at Cirelovillo Ohio her maiden nam being Case In early life she was married to Mr Jas W HefT ner of this city and one son was the result of the union Mr Wm N Heffner who died some three years ago Her husband Had preceded her to the grave a number of years Mrs Heffner was a member of the Episcopal Church and a most excellent woman The funeral took place from the Chapel of thin church at 8 oclock on Sunday afternoon and the re mains were laid to rest in the lam fly lot In our cemetery She was a sister of Mrs Sam Mc Ewlng and Mr Jason M Case of this city PRISONERS ESCAPE Toni Mann and George Fairchild two desperate negro convicts suc r ceeded In sawing their way out of their cells in the local penitentiary on Monday morning and getting away They were both the toughest of the in their worlIThe police of till surroundng towns have been notified to watch out for them Later Mann was captured at Georgetown Monday COUNTRY HOME PURNED Iho handsome country residence of 1t r Hen S Hughes located near Cedar Chapel this county was burned to the ground on Sitar day night lust or rather at oclock on Sunday morning The family had a close call and the six mem bers thereof escaped with only their night clothing on and had to wall to It neighbors hare footed and thus thinly clad Tlio property loss was some 5000 with pretty full insurance RELIEF IN ONE MINUTE Ono Minute Cough Cure gives re lief in one minute because it kills the miciobe which tickles the inn coils membrane causing the cough nnd inflIl1l1l1111tlon Coughsoff pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable CroupOneto take harmless and good alike for young and old Sold by J W Gayle FRANKFORTS GRAND BAN Q IJEI The following invitation has been issued to the dinner to be given by the people of Frankfort in celebra tion of the passage of the Capitol Appropriation Bill A Dinner to the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky by tlin Citizens of Frankfortr Capital Hotel Tuesday evening March first Nineteen hundred and four Some 300 invitations have been sent out and some of the brainiest men in the State will bo present and respond to toasts 1904The Worlds Fair Line1904 SHE MUST HAVE BEEN KENTUCKIAN AI Where are you going my pretty maid To the Worlds Fair at St Louis sir she said Over what lino will you travel my dear said he Over thin Henderson Route of course said she Why over that road do you go he said For Free Reclining Chair Cars sir she said And where Hies this Palace o- fravelsmlitl he From Kentucky through Evansville to St Louis said she You stein to he pleased with that line he said They are Good Seivice origin ators sir she said Im traveling another routetls as good said he Youll have to show me1 kind sir said she All lines look alike to me he said I can only see one The Hender son she id I need me a helpmate my dear said ho Wont you travel to St Louis my wife with me I doubt not a helpmate you need said she Rut the Henderson Route Com fort Llnefor me Then will you not come my way he said No Im for the Henderson iny day said she Is the choice of routes worth more than my love said he No but time Choicest of Routes Is dear sir said she How then can I wed you fair maid he said Jet the Henderson Route habit first she 5111- MURAL TO MEN This lady was undoubtedly accustomed to the best and would have no other Therefore it you would Wedded and happy bo Get The Henderson Route Habit lis a good habit to acquire If L RELJGoUASE S A L CI LURCH ibr1 Chinn Rector Sunday Fob S 1504 All services w111 he hold in till chapel Holy Communion at 7510 a m a in Morning Prayer followed by Sermon 7510 p m Evening Prayer ami Sermon Sundayschool at 180 a m Lenten services Tuesday and Thursday at 4 p m Wednesday evening at 7550 Even ing Player and Lecture At 7510 Friday evening Lecture und study of Sundayschool lesson Everybody cordially invited FIRST BAlIi5I CHURCir Rov 1111 Adams the Pastor will preach at a m and 70 p m Morning subject The Happi ness of Tho Aleck A Gospel For KontuoUIaiiH Night subject The Sacredness Inngdotlimo night topic is the third of a series of sermons on the general subject Christ Crucified and the Forces of Modern Life theIHomo Department and Bible Class Taught by Mr S ti Hut andIer 11111011tp chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 7510 oclock in the chapel Visitors and everybody in the city cordially ited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie time Pastor will preach at a m Night service omitted in the interest of the Franklin County Bible MeetingSundayschool 980 in tho chapel Christian Endeavor Society meets atchapelLeader Topic What Missionaries Have Suffered for Christ- Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ing at 7510 in the chapel Topic h hsJlllall Calvary and a Lost World Tlin Junior Endeavor Society will moot in the chapel at 55510 oclock Friday afternoon Tho public is cordially invited to attmid these services and especially strangers ill the city SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH =Rev Win Crowe the Pastor will preach at a m Meeti11glof tho address Sundayschool U30 a m Young Peoples Society at 630 p m Playermooting Wednesday night at 7 80 Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a m High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m Sundayschool at 2 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRooJ McClusky Blayney n D the Pastor will preach at II a m No eveningc01rlOe Sundayschool at 945 a m Christian Endeavor Society will meet at 045 in the Sundayschool room Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 p m The public cordially invited to attend METHODIST CHURCH Rev C J Nugent tho Pastor being ab sent Rev Geo W Shadoan will preach at 11 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 0510 u m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y M C Athere will bo meet ings at tho Y M C A on Sunday afternoon at the Y M C A for boys at 2510 and for men at 5330 All boys und men are invited Coughs and colds down to the very borderland of consumption yield to the soothing healing influ ences of Dr Woods Norway Pine SyrupTHE LOVELY WOODLAND PASTURES Of tho Blue Grass country are seen to best advantage from the trolley car that run every hour be tween Lexington Georgetown and Paris ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT And harassed by a had cough Syrupiteffort a prompt and radical cure 25c tOo and 100 bottle at Paul B Wetzels 1i L 1rpjj vVVX ar acxa ceevaartmoeasar am 1 Pleasant to take s 1 Laxative Syrup ryA4 N TOES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONlt Ask Your Doctor j i 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 minerals and theirsalts are irritating to the intestinesrLYONS 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 Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE JjfFMost in Sememes tsoxa BY AxrFrripared by JAMES F 3ALLARD St Louis IPAUL B WEITZEL Cor St Clair Broadway k I l QIsDQhas frequent headaches a bad euae of nerves lack ot ladyItsDont taU to set today at your druggists a bottle HERBINEwill quickly and surely restore the Kidneysand organs to their normalfeel like now woman after taking the tlrst bottle SO Cents ALL DRUGGISTS PAUL B 1tBITzEIi Dr J C ODD D H I G H Physician and Surgeon OFFICE AND RESIDENCE KINGOLD over ColliiiM Hnvens Hardy Ware Store St Clair St Frankfort Ky 6Ito3OiiRound Trip VIA Queen and crescent Rome F1t0- MCincinnati Junction City And Jntermeeiato Points to all points in TexasEastWorth Galveston Anmrillo QuaI nah Vrrnon Brown wood Brady Roukport San Angelo Waco Cor pus Christi Alice Kerrvillo and all points in Indian and Oklahoma Territories Tiukots on smile March 1st and 15th good 21 days Stop over privileges For information address G E CLARK T P A Lexington Ky Or W C RINKARSON G P A Cincinnati Ohio t5 l TliP S ti WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEQuantity BettlnQuality ioaVGGrSrtllS Liver ICor St Clnir Bronchyay WANTED gag p Fifty young ladies to work at the Frankfort Shoe Co Apply at 7tf tho fC 1 k O TIME TABLE SOUTH IINo- l PiL Lexington 820 6ijtiHnkfort 00 618 niHbyville 710wIonlsville 11100 800 NORTH r r it t PM1v Louisville 600 l Shelorvllle 100 THnkfort 11 740 A Lexington 8W Our Guarantee Wo guarantee absolute satisfaction when you buy JEMFl- our and if for any rensontit does not suit you you can got your money back Your grocer soils It with this un S lorHtumling Itf we could t niako any strong rgulllllItoo i wo would Just tuB your j grocer to send you J E M iFlour toclnyI 0 Soldonly by grocers and made only by thoIJ BE mining Go 4 ftL iJ f I ry l re eeym RiGt I FfJCll t rLI ClI 6 LJ the t cures dyspepsia and in a quick and natural way by strengthening and aiding the di fgestive organs It acts on the system generally giving new vim and vigor to every part of the body The first is the pepsin i the second port Walthers Peptonized Port is sold in two sizes SOC and THE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa sli t GRASS SOD IWANTEDBLUE Enough Needed for Grounds Around Kentucky Building at the Worlds Fair What blue grass farm will furnish the sod for Kentucky Building lawn at the St Louis Worlds Fair This is a question propounded by the Kentucky Worlds Fair Com missionIt been definitely determined to the entire lawr around the 04NAw Kentucky Home at the ex positionan era of 2500 square yards exclusive of walks The commission believes there are many owners of blue grass farms who will agree readily to funrish the sod necessary and it has there ftore determined to extend an in vitation to these gentlemen to sup ply amount required The commission will pay all freight charges and full credit will r bo given the farm or farms furnish i ing the sod This is a oppor tunity for some farmer to further- advertise the fertility of his broad Acres Correspondence on sub jeet is solicited All communications should be addressed to R E Hughes Secretary Kentucky Worlds Fair Commissioner Louis ville rWELCOME AS SUNSHINE s After at long storm is a feeling of relief when an obstinate pitiless I cold has been drives away by Allens Lung Balsam Only peo pIe who have been cured of aohe and sore lungs by this throatI can quite realize what the r is There is no opium in the Bal sam its good effect is radical and lasting Take a bottle home to day BENJAMIN C MILAM The following tribute to Capt Milam appears in tl e correspond ont column of Forest and Stream New York City Frankfort Ky Feb 2Editor Forest and Stream Few men molded into the image of a perfect manhoodare found as exemplars to guido humanity in this rushing busy world of ours One of those mon Capt Benjamin Cave Milton died at home in Ky on Friday afternoon last after rounding the period of a full proImakers of handmade fishing reels to answer the summons to cross the Great Divide The Milam reel so well known throughout the entire world of anglers was the product of his genius and handiwork Joe Jeffer son visited his workshop and bought an entire lino of his inven tions Grover Cleveland wrote himI letters expressing tho pleasure in tho uso and delight in the perfect workmanship of his reel And hundreds of other teats monials from all parts of the world filed with his personal records show how well ho dono his part to supply wants of those who love the favorite pastime of Wiilton Ono of tho latest ISIhlndmade for use o inJrjI LA 1 n 1 icBlue rncilied- Diiio Fare is that of dyspeptic IIc cannot eat what he lilc or like what he eats lIe envies the man who cats whit he wants enjoys it and grows strong on it ALTH- ERSPEPTOZED j I PORT 7 indigestion new blood the Fr b- ytJWGAYLE the the sod the rare the the out has tho building on Main street Frankfort spent sixtyfive years of toil at his trade ending his labors only a few hours before his death The busi nebH will be conducted by his son under the same firm name Captain Milam was a veteran of the Mexican war he command tac- ompany in Humphrey Marshalls Regiment of Kentucky Volunteer ndat the head of his command was in the famous of cavalry on the Mexican lancers at the battle of Buena Vista By a strange coincidence almost at the same hour of his death Cyrus Cal vert the last Surviving member of his company died at his home a few miles away and the two were burieD within a few hours of each other in the State Cemetery at FrankfortIn higher qualities of life Capt Milam was a man among judgmentfortifiedof men and integrity unsullied by even the taint of suspicion kindly prominentwith a tender heart and liberal hand he lightened the burdens of many weary souls by his unosten tatious benevolence Within a year his death an incident illustrative ofthe latter trait occurred one day while I was in his office Poised on the propriety of extend ing aid to a questionable applicant he solved the matter by remarking Well what are we in this world for except to others 1 and the aid was extended- OLD SAM WHEN THE SPRINGTIME V COMES- A trolley trip along the pike between Lexington Georgetown and Paris will give you a out ing n n n n n n PROFITABLE GARDENING BHF early vegetable gets the highest price It you plant seeds that are prolific as well as early you insure the most profit glrdonkind of seeds you will got here early and prolific Every individual seed in our stock was grown in 1903 und is therefore full of vitality A seed that Is yearlocoshence the necessity of us ing only absolutely fresh seed for early market veg- etublosor for any other purpose for that matter Our fresh vigorous seed cost no more than the plantlugsuccess why take any chances GAYLE CO 314 Main Street J W GAYLEC- or Ann and Broadway ROOM LOOKED LIKE A SPORT ING GOODS STORE Following the arrest and confes sion of Ernest L Johnson an em- ploye of the Simmons Hardware UOi1 last night his room at 1310 S Ange avenue was searched and over 1500 worth of stolen goods were found Johnson was arrested byDetectiveson his way to a pawnshop to dis UponbeingJohnson broke down and confessed that he had been stealing from the company for some time Twenty revolvers valued at 100 and a shot gun valued at 100 were found in pawnshops where he had disposed of them Articles of every description were found in Johnsons room The booty included 80 worth of fishing tackle hunting boots rifles re glovesbaseball lesrglnshuntin sportingJohnson implicated another clerk in the theft- Johnson is 29years old and has been employed in toe Simmons companys wholesale house at Eighth and Spruce streets for nearly four years He said he con tracted a large doctor bill during a spell of sickness several months ago and was stealing and pawniug goods to meet it Johnsons father said to be a prominent physician of Frankfort KySt Louis Mo paper 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 do any permanent good until I used DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema is unreel the scabs are isIagain I can not give too much praise to DeWitts Witch Hazel CityKylook out for counterfeits DeWitts is the original and the only one containing pure Witch Hazel The name E C DeWitt tS Co is on every box Sold by J W Gayle ASSIGNEES NOTICE Attention is called to the notice of Mr F M Moore assignee of Mr S Price Moore in another column CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans Clearwater layIstated he hud quick consumption We procured a bottle Horehound Syrup and it cured him That was six years ago and since thou we always kept a bottle in the house Wo can not do with out it For coughs and colds it has no equal 25c f0c and 100 bottle at Paul B Woitzols HEI1lho Hermitage Distillery the property of Messrs W A Gaines Co resumed operations for the season on Tuesday of this week Only a limited amount of whisky will bo produced hy this House which only makes the purest und bust of its kind VIMIM W Ic Ei The Yeoman Carriage Co I Tho undersigned who have horotuforo done business under the mime of the Seller Carriage Company will conduct carriage manufacturing establishment in all of its departments under the ulnae of Yeoman Carriago Company in the warorooms on Main street in Versailles Ky opposite the Presbyterian Church and a share of public patronage is solicited Our Mr Yeoman with the late Henry Heimlller established this business in 187U and he assures his patrons that the work he will hereafter do will he on the same high plane with the work he and those with whom ho tiny been heretofore associated have fvWoof vehicles and nov have on hand some of our own make We i are prepared to build new vehicles ouch are ready to do all kinds of with the best mechanics obtainable Our workmen have been with us for ninny years some of themrsince the business was established and we can cheerfully guar antee the work they d- oYEOMAN McKEE I Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY In2m FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 I SHINGLES 1 Cedar 375 per m1Poplar 328 per m Cypress 300 per m t Poplar No2 275 per m Cypress No2 200 per m- HAMMONDCOS AT lJ WILKINSON ST t J LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANYIr LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1903 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No2I A Leave No1Daily Ex Sun 1KILeave Stetione = IiI 25I 745 0 Lexington 0 tolo eOS 825 Winchester 5 U66 918 Clay City 1P29 481 406 933 Stanton 431 485 954 5i Natural Bridge I4Ql449 Torrent i4i 5 1029i 0 Beatty ville Junction 1It i IUI615 1180 IJackson 65 OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY MLo1 No DRilyi LyeA IHo2Ir P Lye Station PM o 931 Jackson 800 1120 It25 08 K Junction 835 110 4 Wilhurat lj 1152 152 Hampton 430 1158 IJ 126 Leo 515 12J 19jtr8431 114 HelechawH 518 1228 Cannel 513 1243 i r 1No and make close connection K Junction with 8 and for points the Lexington and Eastern Railway M CONLEY Superintendent J B CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A Illinois Central Seventh F River Louisville Memphis O Ltd No laltI Arrives M5n m Now Orleans Special No t es r01 P nt Arrlv H5 5iini No Local Mail No Le 720 n in Arrives 455 p in For Fulton Puduculi and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodden villo and Hopklnsvlllo Sunday service to Ellzabethtown and HoPguu villa Stops till stations No Accommodation No Leaves m Arrives 9 a m For Central City Connecting survlco to Hodguiivlllu tint fillzabtithtown except ou Sunday Stops till stations All Trains Run Dally t 1Y No DailyEx IpM A r1 No1I Ex Sund M M M No Daily Ex Sand Ar N3Daly PMsAI ML = II City City will at O No 1 L 5 BARR at 80 l on N nt 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ae Anyone Bonding a sketch and description may aninventiontlonsslrlctlyconUdontlal patents1fttoutfl on Patenta tpteial notfctf without charge In tbo ScIeiiftfIcJl111Q1 ka11 handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr cnlatlou of any ctentlUo journal Terms 3 k ear fourmontaafi Sold by all newsdealers YnrkBranch iii Snic flGJIj Wisdom in buying it and burning everyAthe valuable found in LONG STRONG STICKS A SURE LIGHT fSTAMPING GRUNDI Mr Cyrus T chased the farm of Mr W O Cal pert on the Elmville pike twu miles from this place containing 90 acres at UO per acre Posses lion to be given April DiedOn Saturday an infant Child of Mr J W Rickotts died of W H Oldham Son sold out their coal and lumber business On Saturday to Mr C V Robin son The trade takes with it the dwelling house Price will bo about 4000 The stock of coal lumner etc is to ItJ inventoried i Mr Brack Stone has sold the celebrated Stone Roller Mills lot cated two miles town on the Frankfort and Wdodlake pike to Messrs W H Oldham Son The sale carries with it the fine old dwelling house containing seven tooms a tenant house and the grounds attached to all these build ES price paid was 10000 Mr Stone will go to Virginia and t resume business in the milling line neighborhood We are sorry to lose him from our Mrs Mary A Franks residence on the Galloway pifce the old Branham Mill propertywas de 1Yaboutwind and absence of water the house could not be saved Some of the contents were removed though in a damaged condition The loss was 700 or 800 with 600 insur ance thI wheat fields and the hard freees have done damage to The Wheat Many fields hardly any lifewill be bud tohowI farmers for tlle prospect is that serial will hr nA a good price for some time to com 6 We have had all bIts of weather lately rain sIt snow slush and again a freeze uP The outllook at the hour we writers for milder weather we are happy to say Mrs Jane Bradford and lull Opal Craft were called to Louis dangerIousXo one has yet been called to fill outftown UNO CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought theYSignature of Dr Weavers Treatment yttppurlflea the blood Cerateheala akin eruptions OA TOR = At Bean theThe Iloog- biipture of YG The Light of Wisdom and Profit THE M boz IBEER GARDEN tell when Valen tine Day comes but how many can tell the longest and shortest verses in the Bible The longest verse is the ninth verse eighth chapter of Esther The shortest verso is the thirtyfifth verse eleventh chapter of St John Mr Seth Semones spent several days with his mother last week Miss Ethel LeCompte visited friends in Frankfort last Sunday Miss Clarie Roberts is quite sick at this writing Mr Mitch LeCompte has gtenhis logs ready for sawing Miss Mary Lewis and Miss Maggie Smith are quite ill at this writing Mr Will Roberts Mr Ira Se mones and Mr Clarence Smith at OperaRouseNews is very scarce at this time as the weather is so unsettled DUNO VAN Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itohiness of bodyDoansstore 50 cents BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown Lexington Traction Co Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from fi a m to 7 p m and at p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in and at GeorletownI 10 p m Single fare 40 cents every a m p m pdfrom 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 1m 12 noon 7 and 9 p in Y ALEXANDER President 20tfJ iWANTED FAITHFUL PER SON TO TRAVEL for well esta bushed house in a few counties calling on retail merchants and agents Local territory Salary 2000 per week with expenses adds tional all payable in cash each week rone for expenses ad winced position permanent Busi ness successful and rushing Stand ard House 880 Dearborn St Chl oa 1016t 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 Farmdale and adjoining the lands of Mr J P Hostet ter and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office ASKTHEOROCEP- THE DIAMOND MATCH CO WANTED Special Representative in this county and adjoining to represent and advertise an old es business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced permanent We furnish Columeverythingbia 680 Monon Bldg Chicago 246t THISI- SAPresidential Year AND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1IooA REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL issues the best Almanac published 0Send 35 cents for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- ROUNDABOUT Jandthe WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150is for cash subscriptions only All s 1rhi8 be sent through the Boumla f OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEYi f N TAYLOR JR L SONS Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky EH tf b t ItI fI i W 1 r Ivt it1tc iLiMIt flIt l1 rjqtI1 ir vio tf irtk iJJ f WINTERS COMING f d CARRY GRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLAS- SMATCHES 5 J ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE I PAINTS GLASS ROOFING AMBRICAN13BNCINGf FRANK G STAGGr 10 Ann Street Frankoor Ky tl Strongest Trhe WorJdl11IS I Equitable ILIFEGIVES PROTECTION THAT PROTECTS 6 snot fora day but for all time IIIT 75752997 the largest total of any Life Co on In surplus there is strength und from surplus earnings dividends are paid Dividends in 1902 4477 924 more than was paid by any other Co More than 1thanyour family to carry the burden when the Equitable is ready and willing Assure today tomorrow never comes I shall be pleased to call and explain our contracts tf Ralph it Wilson OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KY New ITOColoradoUTAH PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The new trains will leave St Louis 900 a m daily The evening trains to same points saleiFran For further information call on or address RT MATTHEWS Trav Pass Act Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen and- CrescentRou- teShortestRoute AND Quickest Schedules s BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CH ATTANOO G A A1 L ANTAB- IRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEA N AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E C LARKS T P A 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky Jt 4 titif j h a SOUTHERN RAILWAY jJITIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O t iLoulsvnNoli pm No s 4 pm Lv Louisville 746 400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 528 851 Lawrenceburg 065 620 086 Versailles 1016 642 054 Lexington 1045 710 1030 Burgin 1055 785 Georgetown 1150 740 ampm No 8 am Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 780 iVersailles 635 512 756 Lnwrenceburg648 540 820 Shelbyville 720 62fl 910 Louisville 840 760 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and Lexington Also on trains Nod 5 and 6 Through Obser vation chair cnr between Louisville Harrods BurginTrain Louisville 745 nm for thee South and arriving 750 from the SOuth through earn from and to Atmovme N C via Knoxville and Morristown Tenn Train leaving Louisville 730 p m and arriv lug Louisville a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga t Between Louisville Evansvlllo and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 + Lv Louisvillo a pm Ar Huntingburg ItI50 JUIIOOO am Princeton p amSt Louis P a m No8 No1 rArHuntingburg 255 p m 425 am645 p m Tl n m No10 No22jLv Louisville 600 p m 850 iiAr Huntingbur 850 p in 1145 a m Evansville 1025 pm lBOp m No No112 t 1 Lv Evansville 7bUn 115 p m Ar Huntln 006 a ml 260 r m Ar Louisville 1169 am 645 P m betweenLouisvilleTrains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis ville and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and carry Through first class Coaches between Eva and 1 yUle Day trains between Louisville and St Louie r Cafe Parlor Cars t1 Night trains between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Drawing Room Cars yForRailwayH GB Arian G PA 1 r FOR SflliE T A very desirable twostory BRICK 1 RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double 4 porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentrckyf JlJealent Apply at this office 4tf iI