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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance YOL XXYIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH 12 1904 NQ 27 C K1ain Bro CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW DEPARTMENT OF- t ReadytoWear Garments WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE l r Wednesday and Thursday Mar 16 17 1 fATTHEIR STORE NO 41 AND 43 ST CLAIR STREET I FRANKFORT KY i in ST ST Ve have hewn under obli to Rev Darsio for a file of the late Mobile and Now Or will acleans papers sept our for the same r NS Has fame for lous cures It any other salvo lotion or balm tar Cuts Conis Hums Roils Sores F Ions Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum nver Sorts Hands Skin for Piles Cure Only 25 cents at all J l of thcsel this weekriciKid andI in a va styles at one 3OO I Lowest Prices Prevail on Goods I Many Departments ilL K1 McCLURE SON CLAIR FRANKFORT KY 1212214 THANKS placed gations Georgo He please thanks 1U1L4I ARNICA SALVE worldwide marvel surpasses ointment Chapped infallible guaranteed druggists till New spring styles faultless fitting boots Ideal Kid Leathers rietyof all price Still Winter CARD OF THANKS We desire to return our sincere thanks to the friends who did so much for during tho recent ill ness and death of our beloved sun And Mother Colonial Hulotte 1110 floral offerings sun t were beautiful and appropriate Wo will always remember your kindness MRS PJIANK HULETTE MRS SIDNEY HULETTE rvow J Hives are a terrible torment ihe little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Doans Oint ment never fall Instant relief permanent euro At any thug store 50 cents p t t A BIT n A T AT TWILIGHT The following composition writ ten by a cition of Frankfort was first published l few years ago and there having been several requests recently that it be re published the author has kindly 1H1Iwo gladly give it space in ou- rpaerE1itorj The writer recently had occasion to visit our beautiful cemetery rte in the afternoon and while in that peaceful retreat witnessed the close of a perfect autumn day The dippedinHad passd through the even ings golden gates While a single star in the cloud less blue For the using moon in silence waits- Standing upon tho outermost edge of the overhanging cliff and look- Ing southward you see the winding of tin beautiful Knlltucln like a burnished silver ribbon glistening throuirh the green and golden foil age lining its banks until away in the dim distance it looses itself amid the rugged hills Down be noath you an hundred feet or more in a valley that to he seen once is to be remenfbcred always lies the quiet and beautiful little city of Frankfort canopied in a dreamy blue haw as tjio evening shadows lengthen from the western hills And now as it grows darker anti the air grows chill tho twittering lIilh their chatter and seek tho deepest shades for they know the quiet hour of peaceful rest tins come Look Like the reflection of the Stills upon the oceanic tran quil bosom you see the lights orI the city appear one by one Yon hear no more the ceaseless hum of industry and tratlic and the weary laborer and mechanic are silently wending their way to home and rest Hark What sound is thnt which breaks upon this solemn stillness The steady and regular tread of horses feet and tho grind lug of wheels upon ho gravelled roadway tells the coming of another tenant to this Silent City llu ln the tops of the sentinel pines with a golden halo of mellow light tho round full moon now majestically floats intospa in the eastern sky malting the shadows darker and casting a weini spell over all the scene How strange How sad A burial by moonlight Slowly then cortege moves along until they roach the narrow homo wherein tile laud shall lie nlltllrhu last and final LIar when shtill come forth at tho call of tho Master Sadly the mournful duty is per 1ftt 1 r4tltf formed by loving hands and tho inuiind of earth heaped over the IIpOIlttho broken hearted living turn back to the world und leave their loved ono sleeping neath tho slanting moonbeams Such scenes are sel dom witnessed yet I know not ulsltolmarfittingtimeclose of day emblematic of the close of the life just ended Tis Moro impressive at that hour than at any other and draws from the human heart the purest of feelings nile the soul of man gets nearer to ills God THE ROUND H FEARFUL ODDS AGAINST HIM Bedridden alalld destitute Such in brief wits the condition of an old soldier Ln name of J J Hun VOlo1aillos O POI years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Hitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he teSti- fies Im on the rout to completer tHWI Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Complaint druggistsRESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT As death has again visited our Chapter and taken another of our most worthy and beloved charter members and friends Mrs Lucy F Dtivall therefore be it Resolved That we time members hnpttllITsion to Him who doeth all things deeplylamentmember Resolved That while we mourn the decease of our friend and mem ber we extend our sympathy to hut bereaved daughters and rela tionsResolved That these resolutions be published in the Roundabout and lie filed on time records of tilt chapter ami that a copy be sent to htHllLlliih Ry JOSKPH H LEWIS CHAP TER U D C owe my whole life to Rurdock Blood Rlttois Scrofulous sores covered my body I seemed be 1I1jChas Hutton Rorville lIch 4 J l y STRONG TESTIMONY This is Frankfort lertlmol1 and Will Stand Investigation If you doubt tho following and wish to investigate you havent to go to some other State in the Union to prove it Its not a long story published in Frankfort newspapers about a resident in Kalamazoo Mich or Tampa FIn Its about a resident of Frankfort and given in his own words No stronger proof can bn had P Taylor of aOl Madison St carpenter by trade now retiree says For nigh on the thirtyfive years was subject to pain and weakness is my hock The trouble I know came from my kidneys os pecially from till left one this being the most affected Some lifterIlwoelillg ness of the kidney secretion was very annoying especially at night und it disturbed my rest For years at oftrecurring intervals took various medicines which all prnn1Icedthe recollection of these 01 facts whloh makes me so Ulllllfulite tho remedy which also afforded me a genuine und lasting benefit re for to Doans Kidney Pills which worn procured by mo at J Gaylos drug store They went right to the cause of the trouble and removed it will always recommend Doans Kidney Pills to my friends as a remedy that cult be depended upon For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Ruf thoIandIFREE iGII1 A free for all fight occurred in tho horse trading lot in tho lowor part of tho uhon Monday utter noon in which quite a number of men engaged Bloody noses and blackened eyes were the rule Free candidates whiskyvus tho cause of the Donny Brook Fair livesinatures ivfnedy for coughs colds pulmonary diseases of every sort KodoS Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat j vIIyu = PE3ONAL Mr V S Rossa n Itft Thursday for Yalloy Vhw- Mrlohn T Stout of Alton was In tho city Monday Mr Paul South of Springfield visiting relatives here Mi1 Grant h Roberts worst to Lexington on Thursday Col Goo G Fottor of LouisvilleI was in tho city this week Mr H C Dunnijrnn of Sholby ville was here on Monday Mr Win Yeoman of Versailles was in the city on Monday Master Alex I Graves has goin to LoRiinsnort Ind to live Mr W P Swopp of Owuntnn was a visitor here this week i Mrs Lou VanWinkle of Danville was a visitor here this week IJOUiS1vl11eof his sister Mrs J C Hubbard Col Dan E OSullivan of Louisville was in the city on Thursday Mr John L Duiilap of LoulsI if ville was in the city on Thursday Rev Edwin Kngin of Centra was here this weekIJudge John DL Lassing of Bui lin ton was a visitor here this week ExReprusentative H D Gre ory of Covincton wits in the 16 this week Miss Lea Wallace of Sholbyville is visiting Mrs F V Gray Con way street Miss Susie Hawkins of Wood for county is the guest of Miss Mar Keith Miles Mr C E Weisenbursh has r- eturnedt from Paynes Depot on l business trip Mrs Northcutt of Eminence s the guest of her daughter Mrs W P Tli or no Jr Manager D J McNamnrn of th e t Frankfort Opera House spent Sunday in Louisville Capt W A Lutkomler and MI John W Gayle have guile to Cincinnati on a visit t Miss ERIe T Lewis of Woodlake was the guest of Miss Mary Keith Miles on Tuesday Mrs S A Graves has gone to Greensburg to visit her daughter Mrs J J McMurtry- Mr Chas F Exum of Lexinp ton was in the city on business in the courts this week Mrs Geo A Lewis was the guest of her sister Mrs N M Crutcher at Duckers this week Mr F L Ripy and Mr J W Crossfield of Lawrenaeburg were in the city Wednesday Mr Guy H Briggs and wife wh 0 have been visiting in Now Orleans La have returned home Miss Margaret A Lewis was tin guest of Mrs J R McKee in Woodford county Sunday Mr W L Graddy of Versailles was in the city Wednesday the guest of Mr Lafe Crutcher jMr J B Lewis of this office was the guest of Dr J R McKee in Wood ford county on Sunday Miss Maud Arnold returned Tues day from Louisville where she ha s been visiting for the past month Miss Marie Minims of Elkton who has been the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell has returned home Miss Norwood Turner of Flein Ingsburir was the guest of Mist Eloise Booe Main street this week Mrs Sue Graves who has beer visiting relaitves in Mt Sterlinga returned home on Sunday morning Miss Olllo Story who has stenographer fur Dr E E Hume has gone to tLouilotore t sideJudge fray Juliana who has been acting us special judge of the Ken ton Circuit Court has returned home Mr Robert Crutcher of Woodford countywas the guest of his brother Mr Lafe Crutcher on Wednesday Mr Ed Roy who is attending Central University Danville is f visiting his parents Mr W D Roy and wife Col Josoph Powell and 11r1 H Rlnt of Chicagq Ills were guest of Col E H and Mr J Swlgert Taylor this week Mr Gavin C Morris of Paint Rock Penn is visiting his parents Col Richard Morris and wife this county Miss Eva Belle Cummins of lou- f isvillo who has been the guest Ifj her sister Mrs John M Bull returns home today i Mrs C Gran Graham who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Mollie Thomas has joined her husband in Covington lrli Alex T Lewis who is a student at State College Lexington is the guest ot his lather MT J Lewis in this city Col Chits D Bercaw of Gorge town but formerly of this cityhas ijitfirix gone to Alabama to take a position with a railroad company Mr Thos E KI11HY of Kcnncy I Bros lumber mon left Tuesday for the upptM1 K Mitiuky river to look after the Inns logs Mr G D Fendley of tho politan Mi Insurance Co went 10r tin vtepcIti this week to Inspect the agency of that companv in that city Mr Frank Heeney has returned from New York City and the east whore he bought a beautiful stool of dry goods and notions for hi store- Dr E Carl Roemelo rind family of Owen county have come to this city to reside rhe have taken the tint in the Weit1Oi ODonnell building on Main street and the doctor has his ollice there Mr Leroy Sudduth and family have gone to Latonia to live Mr Sudduth was section foreman on the Lt N at this place and IOUS to Latonia as yardmaster a prdmo tion and better salary Esq Ed Mulnahy of Versailles was a visitor here this week He hopes to break into the next Lewis lature as Representative from Woodford county He is the Dem jooratle nominee and a clover gentleman Mr Church linsley who has been Adams Express Agent on the F C Train for several years has accepted a more profitable place in New Orleans La and will shortlj leave with hip family for the Cres jCent City Wo congratulate our young friend upon his good fortune while regretting his leaving us Mr B W Wright who hiss heel superintendent of the Sunday school at Evergreen Baptis Church near BrId for sev eral years left 1hl1rsdalor lust week for Ioviii to make his future homo Mr Vrigh was a valuable citizen and the citi zens of that part of the county re Bret to have him leave II Skirts I tailor made and uptodate 35C themIFOR BENEFIT OF THE KIKPS DAUGHTERS IIt gives us great pleasure to an nounce that the S D Johnson a Co have agreed with the Kings- Daughters to allow them twenty fivo per cent of all CASH SALES made by them on Tuesday next March 1- 5Remember that this only applies to cash sales Buy liberally and thus help a good cause as well as getting what you need THE NAME WITCH HAZEL The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chi cago are the Inventors of the oriir Inn only genuine Witch Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema letter Piles etc There are many coun terfeits of this salve some of which are dangerous while they are all worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve see that the name E C De Witt On Chicago is on the box and a cure is certain Sold by J W Gayle OLD HELIA vEIAttention is called to the adver tisement of Messrs H F Hillen meyer Suns thcIoiel reliable nurserymen In buying your nursery stock from them you can rest assured that you net your moneys worth and just what you order HAPPY HEALTHY CHIL 11DREX child can take Little Elrh Risers with perfect safety They are harmless never gripe or sicken and yet they are so certain in re sults that robust constitutions ro- uiring drastic means are never- disappointed They can not fail perform their mission and toI one ho uses DeWltts Early prefer them to all other pills cure billlousness Sold by J W GayleOPERATIONS RESUMED The Kentucky River Distillery made the first mash of the season on Tuesday of this week This is a large distillery and will give employment to a number of hands ADMIN rSTRATORS NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all per sons having claims against the es tate of Harvey Scott to them IrOpl II us required by low to the undersigned administrator on or before March 1U04 or the same will bo barred persons knowing themselves IIAll to said decedent urn noti to come forward and settle their indebtedness LACK CHURCH Administrator of Harvey Scott de ceased Feb 20 Im h IvliLiSi FOR SALE BY M A SELBER Tt LFADING L JEWELERii rIff 1 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mrs Susie H Fogg announces the engagement of her daughter Sadie Ware to Mr Samuel Stewart Yam is This announcement will be read with much interest by tht many friends of the popular young couple Miss Fogg was formerly of Woodford county and Is a mem ber of a prominent family She is attractive and is much loved by all who know her Mr Yantls Is a son of Dr and Mrs R H Yantis of Flemingsburg Ky He Is one of Lexingtons most prominent young attorneys having moved here live years ago to locate and since making Lexington his home hits won a host of friends both in business and social life The wed ding will he one f the pretty events of Easter and will be celt brated about the middle of April at the Broadway Christian Church Miss Mary Keith Miles of Frank fort a cousin of the bride will be maid of honor and Dr Carl Wheeler is to be best man After a weddir g trip they will return to Lexington and will go to housekeeping at the brides home on High street Lex ington Herald March 0 STRAWBERRIES STRAWBER- RIESJ The ladies of tho First Presby terian Church will give curly in the season one of their delightful strawberry suppers and bazaar Save your money for this bazaar This signature id on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets he remedy the raid lu one day FOR SALE A surrey Almost new Apply to JAS W WHITEHOUSE 12tf- Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the skin Silver Plate that Wears Your Spoons Forks etc will be per Ifectjonln durability beauty of design and brilliancy of finish if they are selected from pat terns stamped r 1847 l ogersBros Remember 1847 take no stitute There are other Rogers but like all imitations lack the merit and value identified with the original and genuine icrnttloDii Co8ucoenor Co k Sold by leading dealers everywhere FOR SALE BY ILfl SELBERT Leading Jeweler P j J k1 i Jtitti u TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AND DlJAIBI A little baby boy of Mr Georg Bll eden of East Main street fell into a tub of boiling water on Thursdt and was so badly scaldei that he died a few hours later The funeral services took plat at Switzer yesterday and the Intel mint was in the North Fork Cemetery t BY BRIBING THE NERVES With a cough may he stopped temporarily but the in lamination of the cough Is a symptom goes from bad to worst Do not waste time and money on delusive II cough mixtures Re member that Allens Lung Balsas toes not merely put the nerves to sleep It sets right down to the root of the trouble and so cure even deepseated affections of the throat and Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1904 Trees by the million Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grapevines A Rhubarb Small Fruits and everything for Orchard Lawi and Garden No agents Strawberry and generW catalogue on ap plication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Both Phones 279 Mar 12 8- mNOTICE All persons having claims agains the estate of S P Moore are re quired to present the same proper Iv proven at tho law ofllce w Jett on or before three month from this dnte Persons indchtiM to said estate will settle promptly F N MOORE Assignee of S P Moore February 221901 2iilm Get the HENDERRON ROUTE Habit on your trip to ST LOUIS Roundtrip Rates Front Louis vine on Account of the Worlds Fair Season Tickets lHtM Sole Daily Commencing April 25 Lim it December 15 1904 Sixty Day Tickets 1100Solt Daily Commencing April 25 Lim tliO days I1en Day Tickets 1000 Sole Daily Commencing April 25 Lim t10 days including date of sale ISpeolll Coach Exons 700 to be announced later Limit days including ditto ol sale ICoRoh Excursion Tickets are not Sloepors neither will they be good for the chucking of Bag gage FOR COMFORTFOR SERVICE IU TICKET THE POPULAR HENDERSON ROUTE You ASE CERTAINLY WELL FORTIFIED ASK US JKO L GAUUETT Traveling Passr Agt AKtI ri t Dr EeC Ruemele iOffice and residence over Weitzeltt ODonnell Main St 276m Our Guarantee t pAfiVcsatisfaction when you buy J E M Flour and if for any reason it does not suit you you canxget your money buck Your grocer sells it with this un derstanding Ifwe could make any stronger guarantee we would Just tell your grocer to send you J E M Flour today Sold only by grocers and t made only by the Jaills mining COIsomE womAN FRom THIS COUNTYjJ WLL GO TO TH- EWORLDS FAIR AT ST LOUIS ON A FREE TRIP AT THE EXPENSEOF CINCINNATI GOMMIIIIC1AL TRIBUNE This well known and great newspaper will send 150 wumen on aripecUl train for a two weeks tour and renders of the Diiily and Sunday Cincinnati Commercial Tribune nod Cincinnati Weekly Gazette in this county will select a guest to repre sent 081 ANY WOMAN CAN GO For particulars tend n copy of the Corn s mercial Tribune or write for blanks and further information to THE WORLDS TOUR EDITOR Care CommercialTribuneCincinnati hank s Sidney Globes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases iSMALL 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 cure b Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and 1 Lame Back Rheumatism and nil larities of the Kidneys and Bladder inland women Sold at 1Sentof price Gayle Drug StoresFrankort Ky May 2ly 0J7Ji = 1 if 14J t 1i1 JJ WII tr i f I rtfI of FRIDAY OUR VAKUAHN i On Every Friday in March We will give 10 per cent Discount on aiI Cash Sales We have uovv on display a beautiful new line of Embroideries Ginghams Dress Goods White Goods and everything kept in a firstclass dry goods store Ask your doctor about the wonderful new Linen Mesh Hygenic Underwear We are carrying a line of this new underwear and hope you will call and inspect H1JOHNSON CO JLL E COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS t ingsNew I tFoR cINSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS F IPrico Surest and Quickest Cure for all J THROAT nnd LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BAOE 131x RELIG0U3ASENSTON CHURCH Rev 113 Chinn Hector Sunday March 13 1504 Communion at 780 t1lin Morning Prayer rmon IU Roe L W Bur 1Hol D Jif hop of Lexington p m Evening Prayer and by IU Uev L W Burton followed confirmation ait 980 a in J Leu ton services Tuesday and Thursday n1 p m Wednesday evening a t7oO Even lug Prayer mid Lecture At 7HO Friday evening Lecture and study of Sundayschool lesson Everybody cordially inv1ti d jFIRS BAPTIST CHTROH Rev M B Adams the Pastor will preach at am and 7it p in subjt oturfho Business 11tinS Present Day Opportunity for Living a Great Christian Life night topic Is the fourth of a of sermons oH tho general Christ Crucified nnd the 1fietlos of Modern Life nRchoIJI at fi4T a m in the chapel Home Department and Bibler linttstrangers invited to join Paptist Young Peoples Union will meet at i iW ji nx in the chapel Prayermooting on Wednesday evening at 780 ocltvci in the chapelVisitors and everybody in the city cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH liev George Darsle the Pastor being absiMit Rev F M Rains of Cin 11111A7550 p Sundayschool at i5k in the lmpt Christian Endeavorrfociety meets at 7 oclock in the chapel TIlulIIIElmer PttIruncJITopic Appetites That Unmake Men Irayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 in the ciinpol Topic Luke lull His Gospel The 111111 Endeavor II let will meet in tho chapel at 8U ocluclI Friday It ttolnoouiThe public is cordially invited to attend these services and especially strangers in the city SOUTHERN PHI BYIBHJX CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the Pastor will preach at II a m and 780 p Sundayschool at UHII a m Young Peoples Society at 880 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Everybody invited to attend CATHO LIC CliURClHew Father Thomas S Major Rector Low Mass 780 a m r High Mass at 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m Sundayschool at J p m FIRST 1RESiIVLEUTANH- I1RC H Roy J clusln- or Blayney n D the Pastor will preach at II a m and 780 p m- Sundayschool at 015 a m l r fi willImeotroom Prayermooting Wednesday night at 7110 P11 IPhe public cordially invited to METHOD ST CHURCH Ji c C1 Nugenf the Pastor being ab sent HeY feo W Shadoan will preach at II a in No evening srvices- tiuulayschool at 980 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at TJW oclock Visitors cordially welcomed Y M AlhPlo will he meetings at the Y M C A on Sunday afternoon for buys at 2550 and for men rt 830- All boys and mon are invited AsIhurch building For about two months the has been under going reconstruction ami enlarge ment Ft is now greatly improved and will be used for the first time on Sunday whiohhnppolls to be also the day of the bishops visita tion for tbo purpose of udminister ing confirmation See our Silks 59c equal to 75c and 90c goods F J Heeney S COURT TOMEKT The Mulch t rmHf the United States District Xourt for the iEast ern District of Kentucky will meet in this city on Monday morning at 1030 Judge A MJCoch ran presid ing District Attorney J H Tins ley and Assistant Lieu SI nay ison will hold down till points Walter G Chapuian Clerk S G Sharp Marshal GOT EM BEAT1 Your uncle J Dan Moore snys In the race for Jailer of this Boun ty Ive got em heat a whole block GREAT OFFER We are enabled to lifer grext in theiItouudnhoutIthe Louisville Evening Post Look at this A Websters Unabridged Dic tionary IMVl Edition S40 The Evening Post doily for one year yOO Roundabout 100 IlotaL 1500 fIOU This price is less than the public would pay for tho illusionary alone Tho Evening Post is ono of the ablest and brightest papers in the StatOrtDO YOU WANT STRENGTH 0111Itake from words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and ap propriated iiy- Of0i0th0lnO11x blood tissues 110- 1Ih0n IpHilOmostrength to and builds up strength in till human system It is pleas lInt to tho taste Bud palatable and diglKtHntHI Tmam1IIAUNSCHILDTn this city to anellwfeIETHJ NGTONOn S a turd a y afternoon to Mr Thos Ethington and wifea HOIlI IGOD SPIRITS Good spirit dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and all tho fine spirits lever made in tho Blue Grass thpIhlll1d1 title11nuehunya1IItIhilppylight of step vigorous and suecoiss ttnPlltIPl1tIand stomach and a euro dyspepsin or indigestion It has jbeen a favorite household remedy over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy land active and thus insure yon a liber1 supply of rood spirits Trial size JJiie regular bottles Tfic At nil druggists lyr- A CHim SK HONEYMOON Will he Presented lit Csvpital The atre Friday March 18 A Chinese Honeymoon will receive its Initial performance in Frankfort at Capita Theatre Fri day March 18 A Chinese Honey mofnris the work of George Dance who Wrote the hook and lyrics and Howard Talbot who is responsible for the music Us ilr t which is rOl1Illbride who go to thang Ylang on their honeymoon The ride being jfixtionulv jealous insists upon tak r ing hoi eight bridesmaids along to I wnteli Ilex husband Arriving in Ylaug Ylang till husband being too pronounced in his Tidmiration for 1he Piincess Koo Sow raises ills r trlfes ire and Silt far revenge flirty with a Chinaman who is ImpiCho r the Emperor of Ylang flan who is in search of a wife and when ho kisses her tilt clues IwIapple deepens the dilliculty by kissing the Princess and thus there are two betrothals and two weddings imminent From this situation a number of complications era devel oiled and plenty of inn Is extracted irons the uilNup before the matters are finally straightened out As an accompaniment to this inverting though by no means cumbersome story Mr Talbot has furnished some excellent music which ripples along in pleasant syle CASTOHDABears Bignatnro of A Ihe Fit JoInlIJIn1oAJIEJI 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 honk etc which gives our references terms M A N H A TT K NTH F A P K U T IA S Dept It llHi Broadway fm York City trI J Thisfamous remedy does for the stom ach that which I is unable to do slightly Itself or even if orgatur supplies the juices of digestion stomach does the work nervous tension the inflamed and membranes organ are Indigestion rest and heal It palpitation nervous of the all cleansing stomach strengthening the membranes of ach and digestive I sky comes IIstar of health the weak and curing despon- dentdyspeptlc al- lstomach Itroubles disorders and- digestive Kodol Dyspepsia v Cure Your Dealer Can Supply 26timesthePrenrH by E CDeWITT 4 Co CUICAGOI IFor sale hy J rGule drug A NT ED Fifty young ladies to work at the Frankfort Co Apply ar tho o flic P 7tf Attention Farmers WE ARE READY TO SUPPLY YOU WI- THTOBACCO CANVASS Wo IIHVI a Isuiie stwkof six h i ditto rout grades and tho lovvosr pricos We ntIyou just what you want WI T1 ReadingD- RY GOODS- CHINAWARE 315 IICapitol i f tvo J ANVOINEMENTSIllinois DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Sow 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 New Orleans Saturday 1000 a m leave Saturday 2io p m arriving lit Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip rind oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R B Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving nil particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Nfw Orleans for Mexico Panama Central Inud South America Wosfe Indies and Europe concisely sot forth in a special frlder issued l1yI the Illinois Central R R Send for a copy- MKXICO AND CALIFORNIA 1fOllJNew Orleans under the auspices oC j Raymond Vhitcomb will leave i Cliicngo Fiiday February L for r Mcxk0 and California via New Or leans including a stopover for the Mardi ills also front Chicago Fri day March 4th for California via tin Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private cstihule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weeklv Excursions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Yin New Orleans and the Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from ineinnatiIevery1Vednesdny NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for tho tourist to visit Winter tourist 4 rates now in eilect Double daily lhuleoars buflet library nluklllg car service and nil meals en route in tdining ears Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS 1t3tiUlIlIIlt orfISteam heat electric light hot and r IPillsllidIngle change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping ear to Gulf port Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf iort and the hotel HOT S Ill INGS A HIjDirect Pullman Sleeping Car Snr iice via Memphis for hook 11IIlnlthFULL PARTICULARS tJ canhetealor by addressing the nearest of the lIllor t- of iFLouisville t 11 MoDOUGALL D P New A HANSON G P Orleans lh1engo jN01 SCOTT A G P A ll1I1PhbtNr Cndrs romlitfrm iowucrs are just what a horse needs when in bad tomlition Tonic blood purifier and vnuifugo They art not food bu mdicino ami the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 f Lents per package For sale by J NY Gayle and LeCompte Gay tj tJ h THeFranKfortRounaaDout Entered lit till iwtolMVi at Frankfort Ki n 4tuc1 usseiomliluss maihibk matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 12 1903 TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OF THE CITY V Owing to the fact that tho hott f the city have about exhausts heir capacity in arranging for th entertainment of the Knights Tern plar of the State at their approach Ing Grand Conclave May 1819 1904 the committee of arrangements have to appeal to tho good people of this city to open their doors for Knights Templar and their ladies It is earnestly requested that those having accommodations w il IJotih thA Committee on Entertainment care of the Frankfort Drug Co or the Secretary of the Com mittee Dr F W Keyes as to tlt number of Knights and ladies they can entertain or whether Si Knights only from the evening o May 17th until tho morning of May I20th giving price are confident that there will be a ready response to this appeal COUNTY COURT DAY Monday was county court day in the early part was so raw tand rainy that but few people were in the city but by noon there was tagood crowd present There was more than the ordinary quantity of stock on the market pGood horses were in demand and the buying was brisk and good 11prices ruled Plugs and inferior stock sold at almost any price Cattle offered were generally in poor condition and of course did not sell well Cows and calves also ruled low 4 A KNIGHT OF COLUMBIA By General Charles KingA Story of the War- In this charming and romantic novel General King seems to have i surpassed all previous efforts His hero a graduate of Columbia College first meets the reader in the Academy of Music New York h City on the occasion of Commence ment Day in 18G1 at the breaking out of the war His magnificent speech A Menace to the Flag delivered on that occasion full of the fire of patriotism created the r most intense excitement the vast audience expressing their approval or otherwise according to their political preferences for as yet the question of which flag was un settled in tho hearts of many Then comes his enlistment and ho is tl fully launched on the troubled seas of those stirring times His varied fortunes are closely followed both twoVthe entire book The plot is intricate and exciting holding the t reader in a tense grasp from start to finish limo historical scenes of battle lire depicted in a manner x worthy of this talented author who Tbesbenow tells for the first tinu lieusy onerating the Illfated Eleven t Corps from tho odium that has always been heaped upon it thusI flatly contradicting previous ac counts This alone will be of groat interest to soldier and also to civil t lath The atrooitios of the mob during tho draft riots in New YorlI tconic in for stirring descriptions sod altogether tho story Is one 10 I warm the cockles of the heart andi arouse that healthy and vi enthusiasm that we all enjoy Published in one style of binding Ironl 12mo 840 pontes Price Ot COMFORT FROM DOe r TORS JItcDoctors say neuralgia is not dunI 10 l1 This is poor consolation to faeeaatorn a himtr Painkiller The blessed f from pain which follows this treatI inont can not bo told There is but uonePainkiller Perry navJstOAs nxABears Slgnatur of Io ocb1l L A i Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured sMe shatenothing to equal Dr Miles Nervine in restor sag it to health and normal activity- I feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Nervine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that yearsIno relief except when doctors gave morphine To get rid of suffering took morphine my self as it was ony thing that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in 1such agony knowing it about only thing would give relief resist it it was a terrible habit and knew of its deadly grasp but never fullyrealized its sauce until I had it a of months Oh the miser of being aduicicd to such a f1habit lesolvcd then and there to quit it resolved 1 would never be a slave to such demon About this time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver fUsedand ordered a bottle After using five can truthfully I am cured of using morphine Now however much per sons ma it God is my witness I am cured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the- sufferingMArrzE PHILLIPS Prescott Ark All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tIe Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book AddressDr From the Baltimore News Feb 29 1904 GET OUT THE FAMILY TREE George Washingtons Heirs to Sue For Millions Claim Part of Philadelphia and Washington to Say Nothing of Georiga and Ken tucky probablybemonths in the States of Pennsyl vania Georgia and Kentucky and the District of Columbia will involve many millions of dollars and as many hundreds of persons and will also have tho effect of every possible connection nowlivj GeorgeWashington are those interested in the various claims to be contested AlthoughI no property In tho city more or oven tho State of Maryj lund will figure in the ease is one of peculiar local interest Inasmuch as many Baltimore ans are concerned in the claims The claims are based upon n 99 year lease which was given by the late Joseph Ball of Virginia a halfbrother of George Washing tons mother upon land in tho aforementioned sections of time country about 98 years ago and which in consequence expires in a short of this property at the present time runs up to hundreds of trillions lime tract which lies in the State of Pennsylvania was in Mr Balls day open country but is now covered by a large part of the city of Philadelphia and this claim alone will aggregate many trillions of dollars Next to the Philadelphia claim a similar one upon lund11Ithe city of Washington largest As in Philadelphia tho property concerned in the Wasliim fjllol1slocated it is known that the land part of the most valuable in the KenIngton und Philadelphia in area It is touch larger UlII will prove to bo an appreciable amount oven if several hundreds of heirs shouldIsubstantiate their claims While the fact that the land was Posed by Mr Roll is said to be un disputed all attempts to take posy session of it will moot with much opposition and on this account souse of the principal heirs hope for nothing better than a compromise sl1lJluinoIIItheir chances good for coming into possession of tall the laud involved in the cll1imsIextent and exact location of a largo port of tho land equally as tIlJOit is believed by those moro directly concerned that when it be fiIoIcondnlltsinherited so vast a claim heirs will spring in all parts of tine coun try This occasioned the remark a few days ago from a gentleman whoso identity as one of he Ball heirs is undisputed that the largo expense incurred by tho employ t of lawyers all over time coun would hu greatly augmented by nearly as large a sum which would have to be paid the gOlloal lists whoso duty it would be to trace out tho various descendants of tho Bulls Beyond tho fact that Mr IlTilttW i JtI Imr lull died a hnoholor and let t his IsUito to liis luiir sisters and onu halfsister Mary Washington little is gout rally known n carding the different hnuiches of the fainilj tree It is also known tlioiijiii thai hUlhuf Mrs 1laashiagtous MiiiK itIIIgt and IjawreiKo had no de ciiidtnits tin former leaving no issue w Mile the only child of the latter diHIIII its infaney The mmjIuT and names of the other sisters children whose descendants from the heirs is matter which will have to he traced out Just what steps will he taken to Kiiin possession of the property have not boon definitely leaded upon yet A groat deal of correspondence is takiiiR place between the heirs just at the present time however and it is probable that u meeting of all those concerned will Wnshillgtollin The grandmother of the proprie tor of this paper and of tho editor of this paper was tho greatprand daughtor of Hannah Ball a full sister of the Joseph Ball mentioned in the above article- DIRECTORY WOMANS CLUB TO MEET The Directory meeting of the Womans Club will bo held Satur day March 12th at 3 oclock p m The March business meeting of the Womans Club will be held Monday March 14th int at oclock p m when there will ne the annual election of ofllcers HANDSOMEBITEUP We are in reeoipt through the courtesy of a relative of a copy of the Buffalo N Y Illustrated Times of Feb 28 with a beautiful write up of tiu last twentyfive years of that hustling and upto date city It shows the wonderful business facilities of the city and its progressive business men It makes a very handsome showing AN INVALUABLE PAPER The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder published at Lexington Ky is evidently going to fill a position in Kentucky journalism which no flUIfllterIsaddle horse cattle sheep general farm interests Loss of Flesh When you cant eat breakfast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts Emulsion j to get fat you must cat Scotts Emulsion is a fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives- for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortable food and a natural Scotts Emulsion for bone blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pictureinthe wrapper of every bottle of you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Si NY 50c and all druggists t lilI X XM X The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been Il in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its pcrIAllow no one to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are 123 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experimentn What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic fYt substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diariioea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep i The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Ii A Bears the Signature of Tie KM You Have Always BoughtI In Use For Over 30 Yearsi t 1 to Versailles Ky March 1 1904Ii To my friends of Frankfort and Franklin Co Having discontinued my shop at Frankfort and moved to Versailles I tako this mode ofathanking you for your kind support and patron age I am now connected with the Seller Carriage Company of this place and am better prepared to serve you than ever before This plant has the reputation of building the best handmade vehicles in this State besides its paint ing and repairing departments are second to none All work is guaranteed and once a cus tomer always a customer If your vehicle needs painting or repairing a postal card addressed to the Seller Carriage Company here will bring a representative to see you Respectfully FRANK M DAVIS JASTNG COMBINATION r q i THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 1 AND THE LOUISVILLE WiLY HERALD Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home newsItthe other is a necessity because of its superior telegraph service embracing the entire world correspondents in the Far East with the armies and navies of Russa and Japanr BOTH ONE YEAR 1tSend orders to GEO A LEWIS Publisher 11i The Frankfort Roundabout Frankfort Ky I tdt WORTH YOUR ATTENTION r no NEW SPRING SUITINGS j In our Dress Goods Depart melt Early importation of highclass goods Now is the time to get your choice SPEECH OF HON G W SHAD h OAN OF PULASKI COUNTY The following Is the speech pro pared by Hon G W Shadoan for delivery at the Capitol Banquet Tuesday March but which was not delivered owing to the lateness of the hour and Mr Shadoans poor health him to leave the Toastmaster some ono has fIlS said Breathes there a man with soul so lead that neer to bath said this is my own tive land n and while I the ress once to this toast could have done so more than myself yet in deference to the request of the committee on pro gramme of which I understand you are the chairman and in response to the of my own heart I will undertake this duty When I try to properly represmit the mountains that language falls me The of the poet and the skill of the artist alone can properly portray them in all their lofty grandeur and mag nificent beauty Of Kentucky it can be said Her glorious mof n tains kiss the skies her streams chant nt her feet for her the days weave their orient dyes and nights their vigils keep It would not be Kentucky hills and mountains They are to her what the clouds are to the skyrlhe clouds sweep through heaven the seep thunder peals shake the firma ments and they send down their refreshing showers upon the trembling earth like a fond mothers t tears upon the face of her fright ened child and then they pass away The sun comes out mold its lifegiving light floods the earth like a sweet smile from the West and all nature rejoices in newness of life Kentucky brave proud happy beautiful Kentucky thou art the heart of this great union of bosom of the mother not only adds beauty to the foim but affords nourishment to the child so Kentucky like a queen mother sits in all her beauty with tho beautiful flue grass counties in her lap and the glorious mountains as her breasts from which the other States as her children can derive sustenance on the ruins itself has wrought Jt de stroys In order to renew and lays heavily its desolating hand to im prove But time CUll never destroy the handiwork of nature and of natures God in ther mountains of Kentucky or improve them These everlasting monu ments are as lasting as time itself and will nod to each other in the the endless c of eternity Like a beautiful grass counties rest in the lap of our mother State the purchase lov ingly nestling at her feet while the mountains cluster around her neck with grant old Pulaski as the central gem and their peaks sparkle and scintillate in the light while the Pennyrilo ills tho in which she rests with an aroma sweeter morn precious and fragrant than over was to mor tal the richest perfume of Araby the blest Within these massive bosoms na ture huts stored away for use of future her precious metals and her valuable ores in quantities while hikes and rivers of oil course through her heart and arteries sending life and their mines and they shall have J become the dens of boasts und the abiding place of deadly ser pouts and the inhabitants of those States shall come to Kentucky for supplies as the sons of Jacob went to Egypt tor corn then will it be known that we have resources suffi clont not only to supply the wants r i Tailor Suits First Correct spring sty effects in skirts every week and needs of our but for great foreign countries and the isles of the sea The mountain forests that stand with giant arms outstretched shall furnish material for the homes of the families of earth and the streams of water that cleave these mountain sides and glide through sunshine and shadow to the ocean shall furnish power to move the of a thrifty State and light the homes and cities of her people Not only this but the peo plo of the that are true love their native StateFor her ten thousand sons would raise The arm against every foreign foe And seal the with er and And Their and the respect they our illustrious dead create a desire to be true and loyal to their native State and to use the given them by their generous brothers in more favored parts of the State in their virtues and graces so as to make good true Iud useful citizens The for the benefit of the and Mechanical College blessings to our State and its that will be felt when the names of those Senators and who made this shall be long forgotten Coming from all parts of the our sons and daughters shall in obtaining an education at that in stitution learn more of each other in the future than in the past and with that shall come n fooling of fraternity a love for each other a knowledge that they are brothers and sisters children of one common State and the sec tional differences that have existed in the past but which are fast crumbling now will forever be de stroved nuts bo no more May God speed the day and cut short the time that remains till we see the of this happy and much desired condition The groat ness of a people depends upon its moral power That moral power depends upon the character of the home life Our country will never rise above our homes While not possessed of all the of other portions of the State yet the honest sturdy are possessed of many quad qualities not found elsewhere Plain in their manners social in their habits hospitable as the best people of the mountains hold sacrod the history of our State and hoping for the future see more than an empty formula in the cherished motto of our State United wo stand divided we fall As true they recognize wo have one common interest That this commnn interest inaintained fostered and H rletI uated we must be industrious public spirited charitable toward cad other and above all things educated Thn extension of the school turn the of the suhool fund time adoption of a uniform series of textbooks are nIl quick boards pointing to a happier hotter and more prosperous era for our beloved Statorllw Roman Empire tied her provinces to her capitol by roads Kentucky will unite her ijountius her people by the imlil solvable hoods of fraternity goodwill and one common education In as those virtues too Dhorishod our great State charac teristic will shine forth with re newed spolndor that of cud grant that the day may never Lomo when time will never bo found hanging out or uhurlish habits reign in a single Kentucky home Who would not be a Kentuckian The troubadour of a chivalrous ago penned the daring deeds of the Illumined and helmoted knight mind in hall the bard sang o his glorious conquest in love and Wlr1lho mighty rulers of Egypt Assyria and Persia sought in everlasting piles of ma sonry to poipottmto their names Some modern m ue kings seek to l want The LILY Muslin has no equal overcome the ravages of time and override the waves of oblivion hy ern would have countless future know their names and greatness of their deeds But the proudest ever chiseled on monument towering above mans last resting place whether marble uranite or wood enduring when all other shall become carrying with it all that is great noble brave and true is the single sentence he was a When lawgiver of Israel the erection of the tabernacle in the wilderness in which Jehovah should abide all were asked to contribute in order to tie the people to peo on have made for the erec tion of a tabernacle a temple in which every Kentuckian hits an in terest and God grant that good will trod brotherly love may tie all our people together as will the cement that enters into the struc ture of our capitol building bind the parts together Then Your heart your hand y ur word Lots lift our State to the skies An offering to the Lord A BOYS WILD RIDE FOR LIFE life miles to get Dr Kings of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Coughs Colds and Grip prove Its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles oo and 1100 Trial bottles free at all druggists CANCER CURED Mr W W Pickett Smith field Ills writes Sept 10th I had boon 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 cull through an accident I ru hbod somo of the liniment on the cancel and as it save me almost instant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer implicit faith in the merits of this and it can not be too highly ic oOc and 100 For sale by Paul B Weltel WANTED Special in this county and adjoining territories represent and advertise an old es tablished business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses advanced each Monday by cheek direct from permanent Address Blow Urns Co Monon Bldg Chicago 111 22St WANTED PER SON 10 TKAVEL for won esta blished house in a fury counties calling on retail merchants and agents Local territory Salary 2000 per week with expenses addi tional all payable in east each week Money for expenses ad ard House S80 Dearborn St Chi cago 10 Hit Dr Wcttvuru Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruptions t NEW SPRING STYLES Room Rugs CHOICE IN Carpets and Mattings f t I CARPETS W S FARMER AND RUGS compelling hallMr himselfI assignedhsatisfactorily promptings inspiration 1Kentucky everlasting stormcharged irresistibly StatesAs stupendous ttJcloudA throughout adorningI morningIatmosphere generations inexhaustible WhonI showing leseNew received sisterStates machinery mountains Kentuckians prnlseI advantages Improving appropriation Agricultural citizenship Representatives appropriation Commonwealth knowledge consummation altogether advantages mountaineers 101liKentunkians supplementing macadamized propovitlon hospitality latchstring monumental Embroideries quality BRAND Underwear publiclibraries generations inscription inscriptions unintelligible Kentuckian preparedfor religionI provisions helpIng expectinghim OonsumptlonCoughs Consumption OU111eIpreparation recommended representative buggyfurlmished FAITHFUL ilusif Size PATTERNS BEST PR CLS GOODS TREATMENT 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 anytime k f right we ask you to tell us of it j ifI John Driscollfrankfort K yy1 Saffells Our New Goods Have ArrivedCall and see them Canned Goods ofall 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 Wines of all ages and kinds TRl OUR FAMOUS Red Jacket Cider W l 1 t rlo Jrt It 1t4 J I 1 I I rf Itcr r I R ROGERS Fr SONS 1Slobc Wcrmckc t Elastic Bookcase and Desk combined llA Oak Unit with few ot nuuy Boole Unite as birdTii rcialy t combimiicm desk and bbokcisc ever masc Roomy convener attrac five We want to show you its advantages and pcs bilities Call writs or pfco22 us about it I = v I = Yt ALTi ERS- PEPTONIZED DEATHS WATSON In Louisville on Feb 28 Mr John Wntson son of the late Mr Ta s R Watson aged 35 years Mr Watson was born and raised t in this city and has many friends here He was a splendid engraver He leaves a widow but no chidren MARSHALL At the home of her fatlwr on Enst Main street on Monday afternoon Virginia Mar shall laughter of Mr JJoB Mar shall find wife aged 7 years IThisdear little girl had boon a patient sufferer nearly nIl her short life and death came as a sweet re lease to her tired heart By her gentle disposition and patience under intense pain she had won the hearts of all who knew her and was the idol of her mother father and sister The fragrance of her pure little life will linger long in that lark ened home She leaves a mother father and sister with anguished hearts to view the vacant place in their funeral services were con ducted by Rev A H Chinn from the Chapel of Ascension Church on Tuesday afternoon at oclock after which the remains were laid away III our cemetery The tendered sympathy is ex tended the sadly bereft GOINAt his iidhle in WUUiUnrli cpunty near rts on Saturday Mr San ford W Goin aged of heart failure caused by gripI Mr ruin was born and raised in this tit and was tho son of t- heilate Capt S W Join and wife was a brother of Mrs John H Triplott of this city Mr loin was a gentleman of genial and manly character firm j iin his convictions of duty and courageous in discharging them He was a member of Grasey Springs Christian Church He leaves a wife who was a Miss Now bold five sons two daughters one sister one halfsister and one halfbrother besides a large hole- of relatives to mourn his untimely deathfa funeral services were con ducted from the Millville Christian Church by Rev J K P South on Sunday afternoon at 180 oclock luid the remains were laid to rest in tho family lot In our coin every We have known Mr Goin all his life and he uas our warm personal friend Wo lament his death SCOTT In Sherman T xas on Tuesday Dr John Orlando Scott aged i8 years as tie result of an operlltiollIDr Scott was the youngest son of the late Col Robt W Scott He was our schoolmate and friend in boyhood days He was educated at the famous school of Col B B Snyre in this city afterward attending Centre i College Danville When the civil war carne on he like about huH of our boyhood friends enlisted in the Confederate 1 iif ft PORT and Physical Culture Wnlthers Peptonized Port is a great auxiliary to any system of physical culture The man who does not take physical culture or ValthersPeptonizeda healthy vigorous condition of the system keeping the digestion in good working order and regulating the stomach enablingthe 1 systemWalthersTHE WALTHER PEPTONIZED PORT CO Pittsburgh Pa FOR SALE BY r J W GAYLE army as a Surgeon having studied medicine and located in Owen county for its practice He served with distinction until the close of strife when he went abroad to complete his medical training Returning to Kentucky he located at Owensboro finally removing to Sherman in the lone stnr State Ho at once went to the front in his profession and maintained him self us such until the end Our relation as friends had novel ceased and we wish to bear testi mony to the chivalric and honor aiilo character of our lost friend May the clods rest lightly on his stilled breas- tIJOEENSMITHlnthis county on Tuesday Mr WiV Hockon smith aged 70 years The funeral services were con duuted at North Fork Baptist Church on Wednesday by Rev M B Adams and the remains were interred in the cemetery at that church COLAHAN After a long imd painful illness at Lambertvillo New Jersey Commander Chas E Colahan U S N age 54 years He was a native of Philadelphia graduated from Anapolls in IHOJ Married Miss Hello Hensley of this city September 18JW who sur vives him with otc son Ho also leaves n daughter by former marriage He was one of the most thenitneh all styles and prices We have them Popular fabrics for 1904 F J Heeney LETTER lJf81 The following Is a list of advertised letters for the week ending March 12 IflO- lJJradey Mrs Caiul l John CiiKtoll Carthy WilliamIIeoring JJeering Heb Ellis Jamiit Trove Bethel Floyds Park Tel Gayle Anther t Hawkins Thomas kinsviile Homo Tel Co Hale Alex Hull Alex- Hurhlgton Charley Henry Mattio Jesse Mrs Myrtle Jessie Mrs Autlmr Lee John firslonnaIPierce William Rossell Luther Roberts Ande Bloc Jlerey Webber C U White Mrs Elizabeth Persons calling for the above letters will please say advertised E M D KAN ft P M c1 dJ lJ r i tBears the Signatureof Bears cf A lilt Kid Iao thats OASTOnJAtie- Signature NmmI A BooIht MARRIED HOLDERGATEWOODJn this city on Wednesday Mr James Holder and Miss Clara Gatewood were married by Rev LD Stucker ARNOLDSM1THER In this county on Wednesday evening Mr Geo Q Arnold and Miss Cora Smither were marVied by Rev L D Stuoker DO IT TODAY Ihe timn worn injunction Never put oil till tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice w want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling fiT several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich hits been in use for over thirtyfive years A few loses of it will undoubtedly relievo your cough or cold tint its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No platter how deep seated your cough even If dread yourlungseffect a curelis it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cusps of lung trouble Now trial bottlos ioc regular size 75c At aH drugigsts yr COMMUNICATED 0Frankfort Franklin County Ky March I 1104 Editor Roundabout Sir1i aarding your kick con cern Ing the receipt of Frankfort mull at Fnnndale Ky I havo to advise that the establishment of rural debtor service from Law ronceburg through Fanmlalo to Elmoro Ky beginning January caused the Department to discontinue service yin Route No 2 from this ofjico to the Fanmlalo postotllce as It lapped the route from Lawrenceburg for a consider able distance Since March 1st tho Farmdale twioeIAlton Ky on the Southern Rail road About two weeks ago I recom mended the veostablishmont of rural service to Farm dale and my request is now bofore the Depart mont for action The patrons of the Farmdalo ollice evidently left out of consideration tho value of their Frankfort mail while seeking additional service Very respectfully E M DRANE P M Thank you Captain We knew it was not your fauttEditor KAG1N BROS OPENING By reference to tins advertisement of Messrs 0 Kagin limo it will bo seen that they will kayo their spring opening on Wednesday and Thursday March 10th timid 17Mi They invite their customers and everybody else to tonne and examine their stock of spring dry goods notions etc before purchasing They guarantee satisfaction the Rtntueky farmer and Breeder Published at EcxtoQloit Ry by the Kentucky Publishing Company OFFICERS P P Johnston Lexington Ky President T C McDow ell Lexington Ky Vice President Lexington City National Bank Treasurer Desha BrecUinridge Lexington Ky Secy DIRECTORS John B Castleman Louisville Ky Shelby T Harbison Lexington Ky Henry L Martin Midway Ky Jacob S Estill Lexington Ky Hector F Hilleninoyer Lexington Ky C C Patterson Lexington KyL G Cox Lexington Ky Jouett Shouse Lexington Ky J N Camden Jr Versailles Ky A weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of the farm ers and breeders of Kentucky the most valuable paper published to stockmen and farmers- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 200 IN AiWANCE ipleasant to takell axanve n Syrup NOTES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wli n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines cJ LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete euro 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 DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE WORMS WHITES CREA- MlERMIFUCE t1iosttnQuandtq Quality For 20 Years Has Led allWarr Remedies oXaD i3 = ALL oBUGGZSTS parcd JAMfZL fRA LARD 8t Loui- snvwvw 1PAUL B Wj 111 ErJCor St Clair Broadway 10 IeIsDeprQssQd ofappetite rnlad3ItsDont fail to get today at your druggists a bottle of HERBINEIt YoullfeelCents ALL DRUGGISTS VEITErJC01 St Clair Dl J E GOODRICH Physician rind Surgeon FK10E AND RESIDENCE UHWOJDIImildinir over ColliiiH III war 5t4 St Clair St 1IIIIII1I1t Oltlci hurs It u to p j to i p m li to p in 221- Bert in r i3Y T by 50 AXI l licit or WClIlWI1 local roprosontit- tivos fur n high class tutgaziaim- Lltrgo oOlnmlrslnlls Cash prizes Write NIrainer gust Vash- hlgtun Sinurl Noty York N Y HHIi lfrLATEST RADIUM REPORT The latest marvel reported by the and ingenious students who JIare exploring the mysteries of ra Blum comes from Ann Arbor whore a professor of the University of- s Michigan has found Vthat by sur rounding a little radium with pure water the fluid is soon charged with radioactivity to such an ex tent that it stops the pain of can cers almost instantly and it seems to promise the healing of several eases which are being treated with water so energized Obviously it is too early to make very positive claims for radium as a curative agency but the indications are very auspicious- The certainty is that radium is so different from other substances and other forces that accepted views of the physical world must be revised and unknown and un measured possibilities are larger and more impressive than they seemed not many months since in the eye of science What has been learned of radium is simply enough to prove that very little is yet understood of the earth beneath our feet We are still only experimenters touching the dim edges of moment truths Every point of vantage widens the fields yet to be 1US IcCOSMOPOLITAN Are we on the eve of a perfectly safe and ideally delightful travel through the air This is what The Cosmopolitan discusses in a sixteenpage article in its March issue The most elaborate pre sentation of the subject of aerial navigation from a scientific and historical point of view that has ever been presented in a magazine No less than twentynine illustrations showing all phases of its evo lution are printed An article showing how the daily newspapers the country merchant the big and little stores of the city and the manufacturer all would benefit by a postalparcels law in the United States corresponding with that of England or more par ticularly those of Germany and Austria in The Cosmopolitan for March It shows that the mer chants of the United States are paying six thousand par cent mor for postalparcels delivery than those of Germany and other coun tries It is calculated that there would be a saving of from two to four hundred millions a year to the national wealth by intelligent leg islation on this subject FRANKLIN COUNTY FARMER BILKED Mr W M Potty living in th upper edge of this county was on route to California on Wednesday when he was euchernd out of his pocketbook in a Louisville restau rant The pookotbook contained 140 in money tickets to California notes and accounts all amounting to 572 in value Potty will bo a wiser man in futureDAMAGIU BY HEAVY WIND The heavy wind of Thursday afternoon was espeoialy heavy at t SyMfk t x pr F i tt I Spring 1904vMonday and Tuesday Mar 14 15 A When we will have on display everything thats new anal uptodate In readytowear Tailormade SuitS Skirts WoOl and Dross Silk Goods and TIlilhiflings YOU ARE MOST RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO CALL WEITZEL ODONNELL t off Ohoatville The front verandah the residence of Mr Tas T Duvall was torn away and smashed toi kindling wood inflicting damages to about 150 Strange to say although other places was shaken up lively nothing was blownlown e WEITZEL ODONNELL In this issue of our paper may be found the regular spring advertise ment of Messrs Weltzel ODon nell They have an especially at tractive stock of new spring goods and are offering them at very reasonable prices Call and see them COOKING SCHOOL Mrs W A Johnson of Paris Ky will open a cooking school on Tuesday March 15th at 26 oclock at 138 St Clair street John L Scotts old office The term consists of six lessons giving from four to six dishes at each lesson She prepares cooks garnishes and serves the dishes in the presence of the class Price of season tickets is 250 Single los sons 50 cents The ladies are in vited to come and bring a saucer and spoon with them WHAT IS LIFE In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregu lar living moans derangement of the organs resulting in Constipa tion Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Itsthorough Only 25c at all druggists Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin erup- tionsPROFITABft I I i I GARDeNING i early vegetable gets i i THE highest price If plant seeds that arE prolillc as well as early f W von insure thu most profit garelit 05 kind of seedy yon will get Nt horo ell1 and prolificI IiEver individual sood in stock hiwas grown fulltlIleft over from year to year loses part of this vitality hence the of us IE ing only absolutely fresh M seed for early market vog for nay other IIotabloAor that matter vigorous seed ieKit Lug them insures certain Si success why take guy r JS5 chances M M GAYLE CO 314 Main Street J W GAYLE Cor Ann and Broadway JO IE IHIIG I 1r jiH Irf J PRISONER GETS AWAY One Johnson West a convict sent up from Pike county for life scaled the prison walls on Tuesday even ing and got away He is a slick citizen and will be hard to recap ture FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a candidate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec IHtf COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary52te CANDIDATE FOR JAILERI We are authorized announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Mr D OWEN ROBINSON as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democraitc primary Feb Ote BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown Lexington Traction Co Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from a in to 7 p in and at 9 p in Leave Paris every houJ from 7 a m to 8 p m and at p m Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 11 p in except II a m I pm 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and n n m Y ALEXANDER President 20tfAsheville N C CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL Land of the Sky IA superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thous add feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favored forNail of the temperate zone The oHIoial government records the climate of Western North 10f rollnn which are unimpeachable give the following av erages Spring 5849 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 5848 degrees F Winter 51387 de grees F With a moan for the whole year of 5415 degrees F and a moan relative humidity of but 05 per coot A natural paradise whore all hu man ills find quick relief RE ACHED ONLY BY THE Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Hesort folder etc send two eer stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Assailant Getters Passenger Agent St Louis J 0 H HUNQERFORD District Fnnsonger Agent Louisville Ky t1J WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MoKEE It The Yeoman Carriage Co Formerly the Seller Carriage Co so Well and Favoraably Known to the People of Franklin County f RIGHTLY MADEfVehicl- esrequire no better recommendation thAn hard service Hard service thonest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than jall the praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy t7 eVtrYldetnilThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Esq in 187G we shall fully maintain in the sev T eral departments of carriage building Our repair and rHpainting depart j meats are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they fit uriius with their business they are assured of getting the best work possible We have in our warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality Vt are pre Ialso to build to order any style of pleasure thlclefEOMAN McKEE I Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY f- lUlr FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 1 LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 1908 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND u No 2 Dl1ilyI Daily Sunlmils No Ex Suud Ex Ex Sund Dally A LcucIIA II PM i- LC r Ar r 6I 7a5 0Lmtlnaton 0 1010 605 4ftUIaS 5i Natural Bridge 4M 1008 Torrent i4i 87 5 109 iOHCRttyilu Junction 1iO TaiI 828Ji 615 ILO W iJaekwit j OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY i Mis IDRllvA M LvePM LeIPM Ar iPMAr 930 285 TnelcHon 1001 0 o rP25 0K Junction 1126 83I Ias Wilhurst Ii 11J2 152 Hampton 430 1158 lR laI 7MI 128 Leo City 510 l22 518 12251e Helfchawa 119 1I i15 106 Cannel City 3a5 1245 Nos and will make clove connection at O K Junction with Nor and fop t points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway r J RBARR General Manager Illinois Central Seventh River Louisville Memphis d N O Ltd Xo euves Im Arrives 743 a m New Orleans Special No1- 0llllILOl u m Arrives 35 p m 1ocnl Mail Nol m 55ltInto townHodgenvHlonml Hopklnsville except no Sunday service to gen Stops at till stations Xo Accommodation XII Leaves p m Arrives t55 a m Central City Connecting Horvlre to oHods tmvllle except oil Sunday Stops at all stations Trains Run Dally iJ l ct t J M L CONLBV Superintendent CHARLES SCOTTrGl11 1 60 YEARS EXPERIENCEI it DESIGNSWCOPYRIGHTS Ac sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion w an a Invention is probably tlons strictly on Patents seat free Oldest agency Joitsecurlnrpatenta Patents taken notice without charge In the SdtntifiCIJimerltan handsomely Illustrated weekly tamest culation of any eclontlUc journal Terms 3 k year four months L Sold bytOl newsdealers IUNi Co New DYo rkiBranch Once F Bt Washington i rr imiiiiiiiiiHmn I y ASrikmgInducement iI MATCHis a sure light Perfect heads extra long sticks all even Ask your grocer for Search Light Matches and the r Ii tTHEDIAMOND MATCH COMPANY STAMPING The time for moving has arrived and the wagons loaded with house hold goods are seen on all our i pikesMr Joel S Head Sr and wife r Of Burgin are quests of their son Mr Richard C Head Mr Charlton Duvall and fancily of Chicago Ills are visiting relatives here their old home Mrs Ann E King is still very ill at the homo of her sister Mrs FergusonBill n well known colored character died on Sunday as a re sult of an attack of epilepsy The young lambs and sheep who have been suffering for the lack of green grass are now somewhat re lieved as the grass has commenced to show green on the hill Rides and vnlloyr- tThere Is no change in the condi tion of MrJ 1 and the worst is fPreY jiy Arose who are nursing Mrs Jennie Blanton who was so ill in Louisville was brought here 1ona special train on Saturday and is improving rapidly Mr Cyrus T Duvall and Mr A M Duvall were in Frankfort on Monday Mr T C B Stone who went to Virginia to locate but was not pleased with the outlook went from there to Greenville Tenn and will probably locate there He 4 is visiting here now The weather still continues cold and damp tend but littlo siring plowing has been done We hope now that bright days are showing ImproveuCLIMATIC CURES 4 The influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn Time poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by 14 proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by German Syrup M so 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 tho consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup and regu laxly Should you bo able to go ton warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that t use German Syrup Trial hottle 25c regular size 75c A tall drug gists vr A household necessity D r Thomas Eelectrio Oil Heals burns cuts wounds of any sort cures sore throat croup catarrh asthma never fails Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Sncceisf treatment for blood and skin digeoaee i The valuable coupon found in every box of the Search Light Match added to its superior lighting and burning qualities make it a most striking inducement to match users lengths Save Coupons GROUND liberally IlHRO KENTUCKY Thro that grand State of Ken tackyWhere tho Old Home got its- nnmeIgrowingIas Just as sure as you are born Yes theyre largo as goodsized cactus Larger in our homelike view But its of as flue a grade as Is that old Kentucky Dow hanestIyear All the groen calamity howlers hOlOIways Built high and dry from rains and flood Here the good roads delegation I I Swear the roads are suttnly good But of pikes and highways finest Theres a road that suits my taste Tis the line of Comfort And tho trails let no time waste From Kentucky to St Louis Operates this road of class Across the famous oldII Green River On its roadbed smooth as glass Would you know what road I speak of Listen then to my advice For youll need it in your business On your trip to Paradise In vour travels to St Louis Hustle bent them nude the wireI IIGet the Henderson Route tab Tls a good one to ItcfJlllrfIJACK HI LAGHER fjCOLDS CAUSE PNEUMONIA One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marlon Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran lows in weight from 148 to H2 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Coutrh Cure Four bottles of this wondeiful remedy cured me en tirely of Uio cough strengthened my lungs and restored mo to my normal weight health and strengthSold by J W Gayle CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of A PAPER EVERY FARMER AND BREEDER SHOULD HAVE The first two Issues of rime Ken tucky Farmer and Breeder contain special articles by eminent authorities on the Kentucky saddle horse shorthorns trotting horses Shot land ponies game chickens sales of Kentucky horses in Kentucky It is the first paper to publish a full list of the horses at both the Lexington and Louisville race tracks on the trotting track at Lexington It is also the first pnpur in tho State that hills over published a complote directory of thoroughbred and trotting stftllions and it will publish from time toI time complete directories of all tho blooded animals standing in the State Its list issue contained n full list of the winning twoyearold thor oucrhbreds with their Fires and lams showing tho Mood lines of every twoyearold that won last earIn invaluable list to everyone who broods race horses Every farmer and breeder in the State should subscribe for this paper and we are able to offer it with the Roundabout for the price of 275 a year if the subscription is sent us by tho t wont sovellth of March Its price is two dollars a year strictly in advance OAaTOE XA Bears Signature of n Bough Dr Weavers Treatment Syrnppur1eethebloodCeratohealakineruptionsWANTED Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with expenses paid each Monday by check direct froth head quarters Expenses advanced position permanent We furnish everything Address Thn Colum bia WO Monon IJldg Chicago 11- 124Ot 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 Hostel tel and Mr George Green For terms apply at this office f OLD TAYLOR Ij TIlE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky l i 11 t Ii J r I f WINTERS COMING CARRYfGRATES FIRE BRICK POKERS TONGS WINDOW GLASS 1 M AT C ALL KINDS OF HARDWAREt PAINTS AMERICAN FENCING FRANK G STAGG i 10 Ann Street Fran F3r Ky Strongest in the WorldIS THE 1 Eauitable ASSURANCE iT Anot1Eurthmillion a month was paid last year in death than a million a month in living benefits Why nllowI your family to carry the burden when tho Equitable isIready and willing Assure today tomorrow never eomesJ11 shall be pleased to cull and explain our contracts Ralph R Wilson OLD PHONE 453 FRANKFORT KYAI j wITv New Fast Train T- OColorado UTAH IIlHE PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The now trains will leave St Louis a m daily Thu evening trains to same points 1010 m dally Double daily service- Through sleeping car service for SanFran isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or address RT G MATTHEWS Tray Pass Ant Louisville Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo Queen and- Crescent Route hhShortest Route AND Quickest Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN 01NCINNAIICHAT AI ANIA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT J NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POTNTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E CLARK T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky r I J ist LIFE SOCIETYi cJnimsmoreI SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLooisville LinesI TABLEtCorrected to June 25 1901 Louisville Division No1 No5 No8 Rm pm pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Shelbyvillo 910 b28 851- Luwrcnceburg 965 620 085 Versailles 1016 642 064- Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No4 No2 No6 ann pm nm Burpin 710 ILv Georgetown 8OJ 700 605 445 780 Versailles r5 512 75- Lnwrencelnirtj 643 541 820 rShell 70I 910 Louisville 170 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains 5 and 0 Through Obser vation chair cor between Louisville Hatreds burg and Burghs Train leaving Louisville 745 n in for the South and arriving 750 from the South through cars from and to Asheville N via Knoxvijle and Morristown Twin Train leaving Louisville 730 p in and arriv Louisville n in Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga Between Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Lout Division t No4 No2 Lv Louisville 850 n p Ar Huntlngburg ll a m mIIoooPrinceton 100 p a St Louis 080 P a m No8 No1- Lv St Louis am IOOOp Ar Princeton I808 in 803 a m Huntinuburg p m 425 am Louisville p 71 n m No No Lv Louisville p in 850 rrr Huntingburg 1850 p 1145 RID Evaiwvill p inI HOOprni No No112 Lv Evansville 780 n p Ar Huntln 008 a JI11115 p Ar Louisville I1160n p m T tNos 28 and run solid botweeo flrnlnllvine and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and 22 carry Through class Coaches between Evansville und Louieivine Day trains between Louisville and St Louts Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St LouieIcarry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet applyto H R Spencer S H Hardwick GB G PAI FOli SflLtE 1i A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot contains half an acre on Kentucky Avenue West Side Bcllepoint Will be sold very cheap for cash or its equivalent Apply at this office 4tL t