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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Jf1JJiiIf In tXF+ + l i vl THE FRAN FORT ROUNDABOUTr 1VOLGETS PENSION AND BACK PAY Mr Jesse D Nichol of this county but who enlisted in the 9th Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry Com pany M Cnpt YoG Connor from Mercer county has just succeeded in having a groat wrong which was done him by mistake righted and has had a pension granted him It seems that ho was reported dishonorably discharged when it should have boon honorably discharged Through his attorney Judge W L Jett ho laid the true facts before the department at Washing ton City and when the proof was made Mr Nichol was granted back pay of 666 and 0 per month pen sion Mr Nicol is an humble but upright citizen who has had a hard struggle to support his family and we are glad that this longde layed act of justice has been done him FRANKFORT BOYS WON The Frankfort Base Ball Club went to Lexington on Tuesday and won a game from the club of that jcity Weldon South pitched and Grover Land caught for the home boys NEW HOOK AND LADDER WAGON Tin new hook and ladder wagon for use in the fire department came on Tuesday morning It is a perfect beauty and iea marvel of lightness and strength combined The colors are white red and gold and are as highly polished as a piano The length of the wagon from the end of the shafts to the end of the longest ladder is 8ft feet The cost of the wagon was 1200 less the freight from Cincinnati some 20 or 22 We congratulate the flreboys and the city upon having this long t needed want supplied EVERY HEALTHY BOY likes to Jet himself into places of danger Hence liruises strains and sprains Mother scolds and brings out the bottle of Perry Da vis Painkiller and rubs it on the injured spots with an energy and frequency depending on the seri ousness of the case There nothing like Painkiller to take out the soreness There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Price 25c and 0c AN OUl AGEISomo dirty sc night passed the stable of Mr Lyman S Graham on Catfish alley in the rear of Capt 1 T Wests Main street residence and reaching in the window cut one of Mr Grahams tine carriage horses on the shoulder just where the collar presses The gash was soma throe inches long and about an inch deep The knife came within a short distance of a vital part As it was the injury to the horse is considerable and will prevent using him for some time A man that would commit an act of vandalism like that is mean enough to do anything Wo hopo ho may ho captured and punished to the full extent of the law BIG EXCURSION PARTY The Falls City had a big excur sion party from Indianapolis Ind on board when she went up the river on Tuesday afternoon Quite a number of them came up in the city to visit points of interest both as they went lip and when the boat returned on Wednesday evening Besides the big crowd of passen gers the boat had a heavy load of wheat and other freight Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Sncceisf nl treatment for blood and skin dlacaees OBITUARY Mr John Ed Graves one of the best known young inert in this city departed this life on July 9th Ho was the son of W 11 Graves and Sallie King Graves and was about 85 years of ago at time of death In his younger days he was with his father Deputy Clerk of the Frank lin County Court During the SpanishAmerican war he served as a private soldier in the 3d Ky Volunteers He was brought home sick from Chickamauga and never had a well day afterward Ho leaves to mourn him his mother five sisters Mrs N B Smith Mrs Gus Thomas Mrs L C Wallace Mrs A W Scott and Mrs J J McMurtry one brother Mr J C Graves and a son Coleman Graves A bright companion able young man He was well cleverI for any business position years he was handicapped by health No one perhaps has left a larger number of friends to regret his loss To his family we extend our sympathies W LAIRD SCHOBER OIS OXFORDS We have received the full spring line of these cele brated OXFORDS We have them in Patent Leather the new Christy Tie Ideal Kid in welts and turns and Blick and Tan Russia Calf in welts Laird Schober Cos shoes are the finest made Rr K1 McCLURE SON ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY 114 w Leavenworth Kan Paper Juno 25 GEO COLE A DESERTER AND FARM HANDCAUSES- REIGN OF TERROR AND COMMITS A MURDER Saturday afternoon when theIshoppers wore numerous on tho streets great excitement was caused by the appearance of a man with n smoking revolver walking through the heart of town followed by a huge crowd of mon and boys crying Hes a murderer ho shot a man The murderer occasion ally turned around and threatened tho growing crowd with his and they always scattered like sheep The man was Geo P Colo an oxsoldler and deserter who has been working at Kickapoo for a month for Drake Spencer Ho shot and killed Wm Hammond com monly known as Possum Bill a well known character about the market square who was also work ing at Spencers The oriJhmlI cause of the quarrel is but it ended by Cole shooting down the defenseless Hammond on the sidewalk in front of Hesses office Hammond fell with two bullets in his chest and died in a few moments Cole then coolly reloaded his gun and started up Cherokee to Fifth up Fifth to Delaware andI east on Delaware to Fourth then up Fourth to Shawnee Hero ho was met by several police officers who opened fire on him and he returned the fire shooting into the crowd Strange to say no one was compfjJIodtoof the crowd which kept getting in the way Ccle emptied his revol ver at the officers and then reloaded it and ran up the alley back of theI postoffloo followed by ft hail of bullets He jumped a fence and got into Mrs Wheelers yard and rushed onlo her porch crying Ietme in hide me Mrs who is a very aged woman No no get away from oriedI dont want trouble but porato men pushed past h the kitchen then into a summer kitchen in which is a well house with a stout door He stepped into the corner by the well pulling tho door in front of him and cried Dont tell them Im here but the officers were already in theI house led by Chief Taylor and Officer Larkin who stepped into the doorway of the summer kitchen and seeing the legs of the murderer under the well door Chief Taylor cried Come out and surrender The murderer replied by opening broughLdownwho had COIIIH up behind the officers Both were snot through the thigh The chief returned the fire and instantly tho door opened and the chief was looking into the muzzle of the mans gun hut tho chief is somewhat quick himself and the desperado himself looking down the tube of a much larger gun which sent a ball crash ing through his brain before he rould pull the trigger of his revol TrThe wounded men were put the ambulance and taken to the Leavenworth hospital where Dr McKee extracted the bullets Both laysThethe jail where he expired without regaining consciousness He was about 80 years of age and rather good looking and absolutely fear less He was known to be slightly under the influence of liquor at tho time of the murder He emptied anti reloaded his pistol three or four times during his flight Joe Bessor one of tho wounded men is a young mattress maker C F Ceilley the other wounded man is a printer who is here on business from Minneapolis Nina An effort is being male to locate some of Coles relatives who are believed to livo in Kentucky some where Drake Spencer says was good worker and a fine fare hand Cole did not have a gun an bought the one used Saturday es pecially for the occasion which premeditatedto think that he had been com pelled to take a human life but selfdefense justified him in th killing if nothing else The mar- had n pocket full of cartridges anc would have killed several more men had he not been killed himself Anyone knowing anything about Cole alias Smith should notify Sheriff J offers CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of f AGED ANn HONORED LADY PASSES A WA YIAfter a long useful and beautiful life stretching well toward tho century mark Mrs MaryAnn Todd relict of tho beloved Win M Todd passed to her homo beyond the swelling flood at the residence of her daughter Mrs Martha T George at Lees Summitt Mo on Saturday morning Mrs Todd was the daughter of Mr Asa B Farrar of Jessamine county one of the purest noblest and best men we over knew In early life she was married to Mr Wm M Todd and came to this city to reside For many long years Mr Todd was engaged in business- at the stand now occupied by Messrs R K McClure Son His reputation for integrity uprIght- ness and piety is too well known in this community where the perfume of his holy life still lingers His wife was a helpmeet indeed sharing his sorrows and disap pointmentshis joys and his pros peritywith a singlehearted dovc tion to him his work and his GooV Their married life was one beautiful to behold It was full of the love of God and humanItyuntiring- and resourceful Wearied with the confinement of tho storeroom in 1857 Mr Todd sold his business and purchased a fine farm near Versailles where he resided with his family until his death in the fall of 1SG5 His deso late widows devotion to his memory was u splendid tribute to his character as husband father and Christian gentleman Gentle and retiring by nature she shrunk from rude contact with the world and went about the work the Master had committed to her hands so quietly and unosten- tatiously that few knew the extent of that work Her two children Mrs Martha T George and Mrs Mary T BP nan non having removed to Missouri to live Mrs Todd after a few years followed them and was living with Mrs George at the time of her death blindtsome years bore her afflictions with Christian fortitude sublime Never doubting the love of her Savior she was content to await His time to go henoo to meet her loved and lost on the other shore Quietly calmly and peacefully she went into the chill waters with that joy and peace promised the faithful unto death She leaves two daughters sixteen grandchil greatngrandchildren and scores of nephews and nieces to reverence her memory and with the light of toohigher and better things The remains wore brought here on Monday morning accompanied by her daughter Mrs Martha T George and grandson Mr David T George of Lees Summit Mo Short funeral services were held at the Cemetery Chapel conducted by Rev J MoClusky Blayney D D und Rev Ed H Bull after which the loved remains wero laid away by the side of the husband of her youth in tho family lot in our cemetery May I die tho death of the bedWHY TAKE ANY CHANCES With some new and untried med icine icy such serious troubles as diarrhea cramps dysentery when centuryof oases Look out for imitations there is only one genuine Perry Davis HEAVILY FINED One Punch Clark was arrested by Deputy Sheri tt Cress Baxter on Saturday charged with dynamiting fish in tho river Ho was brought to town and tried before Judge J H Polsgrovo who assessed the fine at 50 and costs A few more such and this outrageous practice will be put a stop to i j IIIIII j f RARE BARGAINS At O- urJULY REMNANT A- NDCLEARANCE i SALEBIG Wash Goods Dress Goods Silks Ready to Wear Suits and Skirts Also Shirt Waists Childrens Dresses Dont put it over another lay Come now and save I money iC KAGIN BRO 4143 St Clair St FrankfortJ A NICE CUTTING The good steamer Falls City will run one of her delightful excursions from this city to Tyrone this Saturday afternoon leaving the Customhouse wharf at oclock p in The fare for the round trip will be only 50 cents Good music will be furnished and thero is a flue dancing floor Those who enjoy those trips should go on this one SLIGHT BLAZE At 1150 on Monday an alarm iitoJD Griffin on Steelo street which f f was damaged to the extent of some i125 THREE SPECIAL TRAIJSSt Sunday was a big day among tho colored population There were three special trains loaded down with passengers who came to our oity one from Louisville and one from Lexington over the L N railroad and ono from Paris and Georgetown over the F C railway They came to attend the mooting held by Rev B F David of St Johns A M E Church at Cove Spring Park Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerate ointment for the ddol f CfIlltr2U JfI Itr Mrs Wm Cromwell went to Rich mond this week to visit friends Mr L Labrot went to Cltclnria- on a business trip this week Mr James Sower loft Wednesday for a visit to Louisville Mr Ins N Miles of Lexington yeas hero on Wednesday Rev Dr G W Young of George town was in the city Wednesday Mr James R Garnett of Columi bia was a visitor here this week Miss Julia R Johnson returned Tuesday night from St Louis Mo Dr Alex A Bailey of Lexing ton was how this week Dr C A Fish Is away on a two weeks vacation Miss Martha Fnrmer of Cincin F nati is visiting relatives hero 11G Tollers and wife re r turned Thursday from Oklahoma Mr Jacob Corbett of Wickliiic r was a visitor here this week Mrs John R Walters is visiting relatives at Newport f Mrs Jos S Simcox visited friends in Cincinnati this week Mrs Johnston Harrettt of Cin cinnati spent Sunday here Mr Chas O Reynolds cf Lex Ofjngton was here on Sunday Miss Nell of Versailles spent Sunday hereISaturdaysMajor A M Harrison of Lexing ton was in the city Wednesday Mr Henry Craik returned Sun day from the Worlds Fair bMr Russell Bridgeford of Cincin weeknatiRev M B Adams returned SntI urday morning from Clay county Miss Mary Caplinger is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr Lawrence Maupin wife and have returned to this cit to rusiduIcalled to Missouri on Monday by the illness of his brother Miss Clara Haldeman of Louis ville was the guest of Mrs Sam Shaokloford this week J1 Miss Josephine Kavanaugh has returned from a visit to Carrollton and Newport Mr Alvin D Jett and bride nee Parrent returned Friday night from their wedding trip Mr T H Crockett returned Fri day night from French Lick j SpringsI 1ofMr John Scott of Louisville rspout Sunday here the guest of his Mrs W T Scott Miss Ida Kenned left Monday HeuderscnIitfriends here this week Mrs Lida Hundley Sandifer of Covington spent Sunday in this city the guest of her mother Mr Tarlton G Julian of Florida was the guest of his sister Mrs Geo W Chinn on Sunday Col WIn H Newhall Jr of Louisville was in the city on MonI dayrMrs George Semones of Louis ville visited relatives here this week Mr Alvin D Jett and wifo left Monday for their home in Louis ville Mr and Mrs Wm ODonnell and children Eleanor and Allen left Thursday for a trip to Washington 41 t1Ir E J Coleman of Louisville guest of his daughter Mrs T P Rogers Master Johnston Hammond of Ploasureville is the guest of his cousin Mr Leo Hammond Mr A A Fenker of Louisville was in tho city on Wednesday and Thursday Miss Frances Leo Tremero has returned from a two weeks visit to Miss Patsey Pruett in Lexington t Mr W W Darnell and wife spent q several days with friends at Mid IIwa last week- Attorney General N B Hays visited his nephew Mr1 Smith Hays at Winchester this week Col P B Winn and wife spent Sunday hero the guests of capt W F Dondriclgo and wife i Col Green R Keller of Carlislefis the guest of his son Keller Mrs Goo C Shaw und daughters Misses Gertrude tend Iar have gone to the Worlds FairIIMiss Boss Goud weeks visit to tho Worlds Fairlr City will return homo tonight Mrs John P Hanley has gone to C Paris en 10 u toto Tatum Springs for a two weeks stay Mr W W Longmoor and wife wont to St Louis Mo on Thurs day I r i1 f it r II rohnLLock No this week xingtonFrances Crane lens returned house tiMr li M Howdy of Campbells yule was the gup t of his aunt Mrs W Leslie Collins this week Dr Owen Robinson and wife of Cincinnati visited hero this week Mrs Samuel South neo Hopple of St Louis Mo is visiting friends here Mrs Katie Weisonburgh of Lou JosephRuport Hydelarkweek Mr Thomas South and bride and Mr Harry South and bride returned Tuesday from their bridal trips The ninny trims of Dr John A Lewis of Georgetown In this city are rejoiced to know that he is im proving nicely from his long illness Mr Jack Stuart who reported the St Louis Democratic convention for the Cincinnati Enquirer re turned home Tuesday Mr lieu Xowhonse of Chicago Ills who has been visiting rela tires here left for home on Wednes day Rev Duke C Hanna and wife o lordonsvillc Va were guests of Mr Joseph Rupert and wife on Tuesday Father Cronin a nephew of IRe Danl Callaghau was called to attend the funeral of Mr Mr Clarence 1 Nugent wifo and daughter of Louisville wore guests of his parents Rev C1 Nugent and wife this week Dr L T Minish and wife hnvoj whereIvisiting the fair Mr Alexander SC1111ansld of Lallas Texas but formerly of this city visited friends here this week IMr John Morrison and wife of Mo and Mrs Jennie Austin of Kansas City Mo weroI guests of relatives here this week Mr I G Marksbury of Shelby county and Mrs W B Corley of Louisivlle attended the funeral of Rev George Darsie Mrs James Stigers and son Leonard of Covington were guests of her sister Mrs WE Choate this week IMrs Mary Tobin has gone to non called there by the death of her soninlaw Mr Geo D Bal stick Mr Alex Lewis son of Mr J B of this office has gone to Harriman Tenn to work during vacation Prof J J Rucker of Georgetown was called horn this week by the death of his friend Rev Geo DarsieJMr Jas C Johnson and wife Mr H Price Johnson and wife were guests of Mr John Will Johnson Fourth Avenue on Sunday IMrs Marsella Mitchell of the West Side visited relatives at Mill villa last week returning home on Sunday Mr W H Kidd wife and daugh ter Elsei left Monday for Oil Springs couple of weeksIMr J Campbellsburg attended the runeJ al of Mr John Ed Graves on Sunday Mrs J F Wilooxson of Shelby county is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs H H Roberts Conway street Mrs Beatrice Wilcoxson and daughter Miss Stella of Coving ton wore guests oflire J W Marksbury this week IMrR Geo W Riggan and son Mr Garland Riggan wore guests of Mrs Fannie G Thompson Ewing street this week Mr John B George and wife of Versailles were called here to at AIloddMrs W Henry Graddy and daughter Mrs E lJ Wallace of Versailles attended tho funeral of IMrs Mary A Todd on Monday Tlios Seller and daughter Mrs Sim Landsbonr of Versailles attended the funeral of Mrs Mary A Todd on Monday IMiss R Wallace Knott of Louisf villu was called here to attend the funeral of her aunt Mrs Mary A Todd on Monday 1tittherinIawhas returned home Spokneeyears In the West is visiting ti ves hero b Mr Weston D Purr of PittHburg Penn will bo homo spend his vacation with his puroutsI apt C C Purr and wifouMr G W Saulsbury of Seattle Wash formerly of Mlddlosborough spent several days in this city this week time guest of Hon N B Hays Jfff ifd J1J i 41 I ASS EtN 145 FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER r hi 1 1 rII Innf5 weeks settling up the business of the defunct J E M Milling no returned home Saturday evening Messrs C C Furl John H Cas- l1 Geo L Payne und Dr J S Coleman went to Louisville Monday night to meet tho remains of Rev George Darsio Mr W W Tort of Louisville is spending his two weeks summer vacation with his mother Mrs Virginia D Jett Shelby street this cityMr Jos LeCompto Mr T W Morrison and Mr J C Hawkins of Lexington attended the funeral of Rev George Darsie on Thurs dayMr and Mrs James Cronin of Lexington who were called hero by the illness and death of her brother Mr Dan Callahan re turned to their homo Thursday Mr W D Overton and Mr Ed Moss returned last night from see oral days camping on main Elk- horn and report having had splendid time Miss Lena Kirtley winner of tit Worlds Fair trip in the Commer cialTribune Cin Contest left Monday for Cincinnati en route to St Louis Miss Lelia Sullivan of Emi nence was the guest of Miss Corn Belle Kenney this week Miss Kenney entertained in her honor on Tuesday night Mrs A D Brown and two chil dren who were en route to Kansas to visit relatives were caught by the recent flood between two sta daysinPresident Burris A Jenkins J A McGarvey Rev I Spencer Rev S M Jefferson an Rev Mark Collis of Lexington GeorgoDarsieMrs Martha T George and son Mr David T George of Lees Sum mit Mo accompanied the remains of her mother Mrs Mary A Todd to this city on Monday where she was buried SquiroILexington Ky and loft July 4th for his new home Ho spent last Sunday with his grandmother and other relatives hero Rev J L Darsio of Hiram Ohio Rev Horace G Darsie of Pittsburg Penn Rev Lloyd Dar HughSMiss Annie Darsio of Braddock Penn brothers and sister of Rev George Darsie and Rev George Darsie Jr of Massillon Ohio nephew of Rev George Darsie wore called hero to attend the fune ral of their beloved relative on Thursday y DR E ROEMELESpecialist on Children Diseases Ofllco and reiidoncu above WEITZEL IODONNErJJ Main St TErKlHONES Old J84 New J36 CLIMATIC CURES The influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and time rich patient too can do much bettor at homo by proper attention to food digestion SyrupFreemade certain by Gorman Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights und tho oxhaustion duo to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive cane prevented or stopped by taking consumptivesthoro regularlywarmer clime you will find that and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c vAtall drug gists yr if kf Mr William Caplinger and his daughter Lucy will leave tomor row for Cincinnati to visit Mrs tiplingerNorth Bond and Cleveland Ohio likplFGI1 E SOUTHERN RAILWAY Fortyfive miles the shortest easiest best to the FAIRe Look at the schedules Leave Louisville 880 a m daily dailySolidville with Observation Parlor and Dining Car dailyArriveSolid through train from Louis yule with sixteen section Pullman SleeperAll make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with todLow excursion rates will be announced soon T W CREWS T P Agent Lex ington Ky W G MORGAN D T Agent Lexington Ky C H HUNGERFORD District Passenger Agent 231 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky G B ALLEN Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo Illinois Central- S venth 8 River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 040 p m Arrives 745 a m New Orleans Special No L m 5851NoLeaves 720 a m Arrives 455 n m For Fulton Paducah and intermediate points Connection to and from Elizabeth town Hodtcnvillo und HopUimtvillo no Sunday service to htown Hodgcn ville Stops at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 430 p m Arrives 055 n m For Central City Connecting service to odkenvlllo and except on Sundays Stop at nil A HtlltlonsI FOR SALE 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 equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf C 0 TIME TABLE BOOTH NORTH II IIL700drINo M 22 NrI PM M 600ShelbVl1Iu 7l0A Ltarks idneyGlobes Guaranteed Cure for all Kidney and Bladder Diseases SMALL AS A PILLAEASIER TO TAKE Two doses give relief nnd one box wil tk cure any ordinary case of Kidney or Bladder Trouble Removes Gravel cures Diabetes Seminal Emissions Weak and Lame Back Rheumatism and nil irregu larities of the Kidneys and Bladder intboth men nnd women Sold tit pot box on the No Cure No Pay basis Sent by mail postage paid upon receipt of price Gayle Druil Stores Frank fort KyfMay 2ly YELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR Ever jPersonallya I The only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section In 1904 will be run by the Monon Chicago Northwestern North ern Pacific Railways leaving Cincinnati Louisville Indianapolis on Wednesday August 8d The train will be called The Yellowstone N Park Special and will be composed of Pullman palace sleep ers dining and baggage ears It will run to Yellowstone Park and yy return without change although stops for sightseeing will be made at several places All expenses will be included in the ticket and everything furnished will be first classAn Illustrated folder telling all about the tour can be had by cull ing on or addressing E H Bacon Dist Pass Agt Monon Route Fourth and Market Sts Louis ville Ky td Horse Timers Chronographsp Split Seconds FiveMinuteRepeaters r RepeatersIIn Gold Gold Tilled And Ts Silver t FOR SALE BY HI H SELBERT Leading Jeweler t i11J S n l i i 1f 1f i ZUNILAND AND A VIEW OF ITS MARVELS What the Worlds Fair is Doing for a Bettor Understanding of tho LittleKnown Races of tho North American Continent r Ethnology tho newlydeveloping science of tho human race is just now receiving a strong impetus at the Worlds Fair in St Louis In keeping with the recent ex pansion of tho boundaries of our uthOlljtirepresent thoroughly the different races of men that occupy the territory of the Union Accordingly much has been done to afford the visitor to the Fair a clearer understanding of tho daily life manners and customs of the North Indians than whom no more interesting group are founding the Cliff Dwell ers Exhibit Here some three hun dred men women and children direct descendants of the Cliff Dwellers socalled have erected for themselves a strangely fascin ating home in a huge rock that re- semblesp in all respects their per manent abode in the cliffs and canyons of the Colorado river and New Mexico adjacent to the little Moki city of Wolpi for several seasons r the annual gathering point of the foremost scientists of the world who go there to study tho native rites of thesd perhaps the strangest of earths peoples To see these natives thus has been heretofore the privilege only of travelers and explorers But thanks to a bit of enterprise on tho part of prominent exhibitors at tho Worlds Fair a representative gathering of Zunis Mokis and Pueblos wore induced to Icoino to St Louis and portray with every fidelity to nature their nu morons strange native customs Among these the celebrated Snake Dance of the Mold priests and tribe chiefs easily takes front rank f This Snake Dance is biennially per formed at Wolpi and by it these interesting semisavages actually conjure tho rain out of the clouds They also dance the poace dance the eagle and the kioto dances in the latter tho little ZunI and Moki children showing their hereditary aptitude for public entertainment It is only in the Snake Dance how over that tho Indians if such they really are inasmuch as they boar characteristics more nearly allied to tho Aztecs of Mexico use live terribly poisonous snakes The Indians use these reptiles with tho familiarity resembling the careless Imifloss of an American white Child playing with its favorite toys They not alone exhibit all tho familiar snakecharming tricks but carry the serpent about on their mouths to tho evident horror of every Caucasian onlooker This almost grewsome spectacle scorns to be a sort of religious rite witr tho Molds Tho accompanying incantation fairly spellbinds the be holder orho Moki and Zuni acts of peace which are highly developed con 1 sist in making beautiful blankets each of which hasand rugs a pat torn r over again duplicated each also being in its design symbolical of tho folklore of these most inter esting North American aborigines They grunt their corn in the prim iitve fashion of tlfousands of years ago make beads and other trinkets after the fashion handed down by an ancestry that roaches back into y tho nebulous region of fable and despite the roar turuioil and ox citement nf tho greatest Fair ever held on this earth a Fair so great and varied that not in one hundred years will posterity look upon its again those quiet docile peaceloving Zunis and Mokis pass their daily lives in contentment and natuially not anxious about i their future because tho worst that 4 can happen to them is to go home ut the end of tho Fair PF m J DEATHS DAMSIn Louisville on Mon day night Mr Frank Cad Davis aged about 48 years The remains wore brought back to his old homo and interred in our cemetery CALLAGHANIn this city on Tuesday morning Mr Daniel Cal laghan aged 75 earHIMr Callaghan was an honorable upright gentleman a devout mem ber of the Catholic Church For more than forty years he had been Ian employe of the L N railroad as baggage master at our depot and his friends wore numbered by his acquaintances He was polite genial and accommodating to ever- ybodya gentleman with all that name implies He was an especial favorite of ladies and children Many hearts will bo madly sad when it is known thntt Uncle Dan will no more cheerily greet them when they go and come Dear old friend farewell We shall meet again bye and bye The funeral services were con ducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd Rev Father T S Major officiating on Thursday and the remains were buried in the Catholic portion of our cemetery TRACEYIn this county on Saturday Miss Ann Tracey aged about 72 yen s The funeral services were con ducted on Sunday by Rev J Mc Clusky Blaynwy D KIRI3YAtTitorn Hill on Tues day Mrs Isaac Kirby aged about 65 years Tho funeral services wore conducted on Wednesday and tho interment was at Mt Vernon Baptist Church burying ground GRAVESIn this city on Saturday morning Mr John Ed Graves aged about 36 years of consumption Mr Graves was a soldier in the Spanish war Ho was a member of the Methodist Church He leaves a mother five sisters a brother and a son to mourn his death The funeral services were con ducted on Sunday morning at 10 oclock and the burial was in An tiooh burying FINE WHEAT MasIOur friend Mr Gilbert H tin sent last fall to the North for a supply of Fultz seed wheat He sowed twenty acres of that grain He threshed that wheat the other day and obtained 770 bushels of full roundodgrain wheat molding an average of 35 bushels and a frau tion over to the none Farmers hearing of this matter have already purchased quite a quantity for their seed this fall It pays to got good sued Worlds Fair Facts Wisconsin exhibits a lifesize statuu in butter of a milch cow and u milkmaid in the Palace of at the Worlds Fair big octuple printing press in the Palace of Liberal Arts at the Worlds Feir When running at top speed it eightpagejper modeled in built by John Stewart in 1872 near Manchester Dole ware county Iowa is exhibited by t 1 PflrJi 1 ft1 KILLTHICOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryI and Quickest Cure for all Ijsurelt and LUNG TROUB MONEY BACK lIJ1v- Iowa in the Palace of Agricul ture at the Worlds Fair A bust of Stewart is also shown One of the interesting sights of the reservation at the Worlds Fair is the de monstration of by the natives in the Visayan viII lage From a large blockof woodR native is carving a bust of Rizal the Phillipine patriot the bust is being carved from a photographand the tools used aro a mallet chisel and knife The Kings Daughters Aide of Stead rnantown will give a flower hunt at Mr Dick Morris on the Owenton Pike July 23 for the benefit of the Kings Daughters Hospital Cream and cake will be served E H Jr FOR TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ground- UNUSUALLY Agriculture IA operation reproduction crelmerI Phillippine woodcarving Mr David Smith will give an informal German at the Capital Hotel next Monday evening in honor of his cousin Miss Nora Whitesides of Jef fersonville Indiana THIS IS Presidential YearA- ND YOU MUST KEEP POSTED The way to do this is to read the WEEKLY IHENRY WATTERSONEditor TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1100A REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM THE COURIERJOURNAL Issues the best Almanac published Send 35 cents for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the ROUNDABOUTand WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for on- ly1r50 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under tills combination olTer must be sent through tho Kotimla bout oilier Years of sulTering relieved in a night Itching piles yield at once to tho curative properties of Doans anydrub 5 4 n toIOJ FUNERAL DISCOURSE rime following is a summary of tho brief funeral discourse of Rev Archibald McLean of Cincinnati delivered over the remains of Rev George Darsio on Thursday verybrlefiences The desire of the family is that the life of the good man who has gone from us shIll speak to tho hearts and conscience of all present Mr Darsio was minister of this church for twentyseven years He was known to every man and woman and child Frankfort He lived in the sunI light It is not necessary that I shall recall tho facts of his life they are familiar to all If he could speak to us ho would repeat Pauls words to tho effect that he kept back nothing that was profitable but that ho had taught publicly and from house to house testifying repentance toward God and faith towards our Lord Jesus Christ Ho did not shun to declare the whole counsel of God You beIlievodknow your duty His preaching was reinforoed by a George Darsie was one of the manliest of men He was an example to the believer in word in manner of life jn faith in love in purity He was an ideal Christian gentleman Ho was ab solutely freo from envy or profes sional jealousy He spoke no evil of a brother minister nor listened to it It was not in him to belittle anyone Ho rejoiced in the successIof his brethren Because ability and industry and because of his nobleness he was known and loved and honored by all who were fortunate enough to enjoy his friendship No man in all our ministry stood higher as a man and as a minister Mr Darsie nude tho Frankfort church one of the most influential among our people His teachings and the result thereof were a ing challenge to ten thousand other churches und to more than a million people They did more than they would have done had it not been for his faithful and efficient service Ho preached a sermon and a good woman went house and givingthirtyIIsslons and church extension and for ministerial relief and for the cause of Christian Education Mr Darsie was an all around man He was profoundly concerned about every department of the Lords workHe left no last message for this church which was the of his reIsumein the twinkling of an eye the tired heart ceased to beat and the ransomed spirit entered into tile life that is life indeed Rut if ho sayStandthat the seats are full at all preach Sundayschoolare not neglected Lot the offer- Ings for missions and bonovolenco increase steadily from year to year You will hest honor his memory by continuing and onlari plenseGodTh name of time Frankfort church and its minister are known in all our missions in all parts of thu world When the sad news of his loath reaches them their eyes will swim in teats and hearts will swell with grief In the tar west and In the mountains of Kentucky wherever good worm Is being donI he will be missed and his death will be lamented It is for us to follow him as he followed Christ In doing so we shall honor Him whose we are anti whom wo sere Mr Morris the jeweler at the corner of MUll tutu St Clair streets has re ted the flat in the thiid st ryof the Man sion Ilea e and is fitting it up for housekeeping He is mak ing his preparations to bring a brick Iron Cincinnati eary next moith and lie will keep house thereOne of natures remedies can not tvi v J BETWEEN CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION fTATlON CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON D P A 4 h Cor 4th and Market Sta ItouUvUl The imiic tious are that the old town will be about d populated next week as fully two thirds of the residents will be in Cincinnati attending the Grand Lodge B P O E meet ing which convenes Tuesday July 19 In a hotly contests game of ball yestcJ day time home team was defeated by the close score of 4 to 3 by the Versailles team TAYLOR CANDIDATE REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT JournalI COIIltitlltiollIoyor LouisvilleAND Asheville N C CENTER OF TILE BEAUTIFUL land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau tile lowest point of which is two thous sonIThe official government records of tho climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeaehaile evidence give the following av orages Spring H4i degrees F 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GEORGE DARSIEs Eloquent Preacher Splendid All Around Gentleman and Earn est Christian Lays Down Lifes Burden Abeut noon on Monday last the shocking news came to our city that Rev George Darsie the able consecrated anti hardworking pas tor of the Christian Church of this city had suddenly passed away in Chicago Ills For more than a year Mr Darsies health had been failing and had rendered his friends anxious about his condition Upon the recom mendation of a physician ho left for Chicago Ills on Wednesday of last week to consult n specialist He seemed in fine spirits after his arrival in that city and had written his wife a letter which she received only a short time buforo the sad news of his death came in which f he stated that he had slept soundly the night before a thing he had not loud for some time On Monday morning ho went to see the specialist and was given an anesthetic preparatory to an exam ination when he suddenly collapsed and in spite of everything that two physicians could do passed quietly to the great beyond Mr Darsie was born in Pennsyl tvonia and derived his education at the Western University of Pitts l burg Hiram College Ohio and Bethany College West Virginia He had ministered to churches In Baltimore Md Tuscola Ills Ravenna Oiiio and Boston Mass s But for twentysix years with an j intermission of one year in Bos ton he had labored in season out 7 of season with unsurpassed devo tlon and energy in the Masters e cause in this city and was elected for the twentyseventh timei last spring This is an unusual reoordin these days ofunrest and ohangeEr He was a man of fine mind and r tremendous industry Genial social and amiable he won all iJhearts by his sincerity his courage t and his deep and allpervading piety He was no misanthrope but a f manly Christian gentleman was profoundly convinced that thist f world would some lily be won for t Christ and his religion and feltC t iIthat it was his duty to do all in hist power to forward speedily that day He was fond of outdoor sportst such as fishing hunting and base ball and was never happier outC side of his pulpit than when fol lowing a good dog with a good f gun in a game country He was ever ready to take his stand with unblenching face in y the forefront of the battle for right against wrong morality against vice righteousness against sin and shame 3This city this county and this State has sustained a great and irreparable loss You can not put i a finger down on a point where his influence for good will not be q missedIn V pulpit he had few equals V and no superiors in his dpnominv There was a broad catholic ftJty of spirit about him that wont held all hearts while at the same time he was fearless in con- tendingi for the right as God gave him to see the right HeleaveSfourbrotherSWhOnre ministers of the gospel one sister a devoted and heartbroken wife their only child having died in in fancy and a whole city to mourn his untimely end CONTINUE Those who are gaining flesh I and 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would beat loudly and very fast Three to four hours sleep each night in ten months was all I could get One week in last September I never closed my eyes I got Dr Miles Nenine- and Heart Cure at a drug tore in Lawrence burg after spending 30000 in medicines and doctors in Shelbyville Frankfort Cincinnati and Lawrenceburg and in three days have derived more benefit from the use of your remedies than I got from all the doctors and their medicines I think everybody ought to know of the mar velous power contained in our remedies W H ms Fox Creepiy All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Servant of God well done Rest from thy loved employ The battle fought the victory won a Enter the Musters joy The pains of death are past Labor and sorrow cease And lifes long warfare closed at last His soul is found in peace Soldierof Christwell done Praise be thy new employ And while eternal ages run Rest in thy Saviors joy The remains were brought to this city on Tuesday morning over the C O train a committee of intimate friends having mot the body in Louisville and the officers of bis church meeting them at Shelby ville A very large concourse of sorrowing friends male and female Protestants and Catholics Hebrews md Gentiles were at the depot when the body reached hero andE alIItheThe remains were taken to his home on West Main street where they remained until noon of Thurs lay when they were taken to theJ Christian Church and lay instate until the hour for the funeral sutvices They were viewed by many iorrowingfriendsThe were closed luring the time of the funeral and the bells of tie city were tolled At 6 oclock the funeral services yore conducted in the presence of a tremendous crowd by Rev Ar hjibald MoLean of Cincinnati as sisted by several brother ministers The ministers of the city Rev BIChinnD D Rev Wm Crowo Rev C J Nugent and Rev M B Adams met in tho ohnpel of tho First Bap tist Church on Monday night and adopted the following memorial THE TRIBUTE OF THE PAS TORS OF FRANKFORT TO THE MEMORY OF REV GEO DARSIE The announcement of the death of our fellowlaborer in the gospel Rev Geo Darsie pastor of the Christian Church of this city has come to us as to tho whole com munity as a profound shock His sudden taking off in the midst of his usefulness and in possession of his vigorous powers might seem to us untimely wore we to sot up our wisdom against that of the All Wise who dooth all things well Wo take this method to testify our sorrow at his removal from us and to put on record tho expression of appreciation of his character lour labors in this city for more a quarter uf a century Coming as n young mann stranger from a distant part of the country and from the environment ofj a civilization different in Rome of its characteristics from that ho here and at a time when tho heate- antagonisms of the Civil War had I l h I 1 t i 1 + scarcely cooled ho very soon os tablishod himself firmly in the affection anti high regard not onlj church but of the nntlto- IlIJmUnit which position of os continued to hold till tin departure as wo can truthfully testify As a colaborer in tho gospol ministry ho was n model of fra ternity Wo gladly boar our unan imous testimony to his uniform courtesy towards his brethren his catholicity of spiritand his road ness to cooperate in every move ment which he believed might tend towards the promotion of the general interests of the kingdom of our common Lord Holding firmly to the principles of his own church he was conspicuously free from that astigmatism of bigotry which see nothing good outside its loan denominational lines In n with his brethren ho was always tle gentle genial earnest confrere in the highest sense of the term a Christian gentleman wise in judgment strong in con viotion deferential to the opinions of otherswith whom it was always a pleasure to consult and whoso removal from our circle wo deeply deploreTo effectiveness as a preacher and faithfulness as a pastor the rrv suits of his long years of service amply testify Ho found a church small in numbers limited in resources and discouraged nt tho out looltho loft it one of tho most active and influential of its denom ination As a preacher ho was broadly evangelical in spirit tamest in manner courageous in conviction fresh and vigorous in thoughta strong well equipped pulpiticivn to whom the cultured and uncultured alike could listen with profit and pleasure As a pastor ho know neither class nor condition tho way to the homes of tho poor and humble was as familiar to him as to the high and irosperuus and the hand clasp was as warm and hearty with time one lass ns with tho other To theberoftcongregation wo extend our sympathies George Dar ios place will not easily be filled From early manhood till called way he devoted all the activities and energies of a strenuous life to the welfare of the people to whom God had made him overseer In a modified sense it may be said of him as it was of his Lord It ho laid lown his life for his people All tit best powers of body mind and were built into the Church which today stands as the noble tad enduring monument of his dill ence consecration and ability as- a minister of the gospel of Christ As a citizen he commanded tho respect and admiration of tho wholo community He could always bo counted on to lend a helping hand o every wise measure that had fori its object the elevation of the con dition of society the purification of public morals or tho advance font of the material interests of tho city We feel that Frankfort has suffered the loss of a potent civil moral social and religious nfluonce in tle removal of Elder DarsloWe feel our personal loss noIloountno calamityit is tho last hest highest gift of tho risen and as ended Lord to his redeemed ones We scarcely feel warranted in offering condolences to the family We would instead bring the com forts hopes and triumphs of the gospel The end came to George Darsin in a most consoling form Wo can not wish for ourselves a sappier lot than to lie down at last as he did with the full harness on and fall on sleep to wake in time glorious resurrection morn Till then brotherbeloved fare wellIt is agreed that this tribute of lour hearts bo duly engrossed and sent to time family and that copies be furnished the papers for publica tion and that as a public expres sion of our respect wo attend the funeral in a body- J McCLUSKY BLAYNEY- T S MAJOR M B ADAMS C J NUGENT A B CHINN WM CROWE f genuinedthe remedy that cures u cold In ono day t j MALTWHEATBISCUIT are not a breakfast food They are a crisp and dainty preparation of granulated cereals cooked and sterilized by our pat ented process and are equally suitable for breakfast dinner and supper I 15 M EALS CENTS ao saixdil 1ear J s Regular Style St apart 15 I i tl HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE I IrysI2Inor6In INCH 4119 IN 8 9 IN 2o JNsi 5 a 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Mr jLeavell and Mr Fox have just returned from and the Worlds Fourth and greatest Sun dayschool Convention and will give an account of this noted cruiser feast has never boon spread for the Sundayschool work ers of Kentucky Every Sunday k school in the State is entitled to representation The railroads give reduced rates and all accredited delegates will bo entertained free Henderson as halfway between louisville und St Louis and stop- over4 privileges will bo allowed for those who want to attend both thoI Convention and the St Louis Ex position 4 For program and full particulars address E A Fox 19 Louisville KyyiLt FINE YOUNG HORSE STOLEN Mr August Mauer had fineI young stallion stolen from his pasI ture on Monday night The animal was dark hay with three white ut loot A liberal reward will be by Mr Mauer for the recovery the horse ESTABLISHMENT OF NEWl STAGE LINE Stamping Ground to Owenton Ky Effective July 1st the following i sohedulo has boon established Leave Frankfort 050 in Arrive 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was attended by very large crowd of sorrowing rolat vos and- friends Her remains v ero hid to rest in the family burial ground on the farm of her brother Mr Lewis Tracey Mr John A Edge Jr of Lox parentts I1rs John Dennis of Choatoville is in Lexington her daughter Mrs Kate Chambers being quite sick at her home in that city 1Sohoo1 commenced at the Ridge July Miss Todd Holder of Louis yule Pike being the accomplished young teacher We wish both her and her pupils pleasant and profitable term IOur community was shocked and saddened on hearing of the untimely and sudden death of Rev George Darsie He was so universally loved and respected and had married so many young couples belonging to and not belonging to his church that words of sad regret were heard every where He had come among us so many timeRfboth in times of rejoicing times of sorrow and death speak lug cheery and comforting words rejoicing with those that wore happy and sorrowing and comfort goodISCRIBE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES The 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PRIZES TOTAL PROMINENT MAN IES SUD JE YIHon Joseph McCain member of the last Leglslntiie from Old ham and Trimble counties and former State Senator from that district died suddenly on Wednesday of apoplexy Mr MoOin was tho author of the McCain Tobacco law Auld was a useful legislator A SIXCHJJJAR FACT As far as the memory of any one who lives here goes the death of Rev George Darsie Is the first time a pastor of any of the Frankfort churches has tier died while oc cupying that position This is aII singular and unusual fact THE JUG STRIKE On Wednesday lusf the butchers at all the bipacking plants went out on a strike over the wages of unskilled workmen Some fiiOUi men were involved in the strike Grave fears wore entertained to the effect on tho prices of meat It looks now as thonirh the differences would be sul mirtel to arbi tration and soon settled It is earnestly hoped that this mazy be the case DO IT TODAY INever time worn injunction put oil till tomorrow what eneltllly ndIwith which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable rou ely remedyhewhich has been in use for over thirtyfive yours A few doses oft will undoubtedly relievo youi cough or cold and Its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deop seated your cough oven if dread yourlungseffect a Ohreas it has done bourns in thousands of apparently hopeless eases of lung trouble Sew trial bottles 25e regular size Toe At all dnigigsts lyr 4 ti t RUN DOWN BY STREET CAR Mr MotrlH Sullivan who lives on Arlington Heights was run down and seriously hurt by a street ear about S oclock on Thursday night when attempting to cross the track to reach his home in front of Mr Thos Brig htaells grocery The oar was in charge of Motorman Wiillhaum Dr O BDomaroo was called and attended to Mr Sulli vans injuries Mr Sullivan is hard of hearing DEATH OF MR GEO D BAI DRTCK Ilh sad news was received in this on Thursday that Mr Goo D Bald rick soninInw of Mrs Mary Tobin of this city had died at his homo in Lebanon Mr Bal drick wits a mar of means and prominence in Marion county He leaves a wife nee Katie Tobin and death eight children to mourn his LUCKY FIND Some time sluice Hardin Shaw son of Mr Goo C Shaw stud a big splinter of wood in his thigh It was thought that all of the splin ter was removed A few days ago th place began to inflame and give evidence of blood poison Upon examination by a surgeon a slice of tho splinter was found in tho log It was removed and young Shaw getting well rapidly II A VERY CLOSE UAIJIJI f stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nervo was ruked with pain II writes C W liellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa r was weak l1I1d pale without any appetite and till run down was about to give up I got n bottle of Electric Bit ters and after tracing it Jolt an well as ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gala now life strength snug vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists Price 50 cents i iJi JlirJtg in FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION BOARD Tho Mission Board of the Frank lin Association of Baptists is hereby called to moot in special session next Monday July 18 1104 at a BnptfstChurchmatter of the next mooting of tho Franklin Association Full attend ance requested M B ADAMS Chairman ach Is or overburdenedr Like Comet I Kodolf Juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the Inflamed muscles andmembranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands stomI in the sky comes the star of health to the weak and weary despon dent dyspeptic curing all torn ach troubles and- digestive 1 disorder Kodol DyspepsIa tYouI times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by E DeWITT 4 gist For sale by J IV Gayle drug DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron Bu the Magnificent Steamtn of the Leaving foot of Madison Street Dailyat A after arrival oCmornlng trains Returning arrive Week Das p ISundaysgDar Fare to Detroit SeIround trip giat Excursions to Detroit and return Week Days Si Sundays 75C ToPt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only gaoo meals and berth extra Special Rater 1o SoeittltJ Close connections at Detroit with steamIers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth For further Jnfarmation see nearest Railroad Agent or write CF TrMgr WH OOLDENOPfA y ft New Fast Train10- 0 I 0r tIC 0UTAHAND II PACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The nuts trains will leave St a in dully Tlio evening trains to IiolutsI1010 ii in daily Double daily Through HleepliiB car service for SlIn1lIIuI isco Excursion tickets now on sale For further information call on or nltlre88I KTO MATTHEWS Trav Pass Aid Louisville Ky II C TOWNSEND Gout Pass Ticket St Louis Mo i t l t 4 liIJi S ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago anti Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 100O a in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn onowaYthroughrates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cubn giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamshi from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely net bythefor a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Cali fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under tho auspices ofRaymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via New Orleans including a stopover for the Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete In every Illinois Central Weeklv Excursions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles nnd1 San Francisco ns follows Via New Orleans and tho Southern Routo every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati ovorgWedllesdn NEW ORLEANS A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti hull trains with through sleeping cars bnftet bra fnltlogo car service and nil meals on route in dining ears Ask for an illustrated book on New Orleans- GULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel aft Gulfport Miss on the Mexican Gu f Coast has L50 rooms single oren suite with or without bath Steam heat electric light hot and telephoneJimphis and the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and buffetlibrary cars with a single change on samo train en route at Memphis into through sleeping oar to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel stfgjj HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Service via Memphis Send for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above car bo had of agents of tho Illinois Control or by addressing tho nearest of the undersigned representatives of the Central F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J McDOUGALL D P A Yow Orleans A H HANSON G P A ChicagoJNOMemphis The pill that will will fill tho bill Without ft gripe To cloftnse tho liver without a quiver1IaltA at night DoWitlis Litllo Early Risers are gentleinresult that no one who usos them is disappointed For quick relief from billiousnoss sick headache torrid liver jaundice dizziness troubles arisinu from an EarlyRisersdruggistsWEAK HEARTS Are caused by indigestion Ifyou oat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of indigos tlon the stomach expands swells and putts up against tho heart This crowds the heart and shortens tho breath Rapid heart heats and heart disease is the final result Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what thoInVI organ of tho body Sold by lull druggists THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from S a m to Tip m and at Auld p m Leave Paris1 every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m at 10 p m Single faro 40 coats Leave Lexington for Georgetown every hour gram 7 n m to p m Loavo Georgetown every hunt from a m to 10 p m Y ALEXANDER Irosidont- 20tf 11f aGH j iJf t fJ l J 1 Jr I ii DthJOHSON8 JUt viS IKsG- Oe silks slow 45 75c Silks now ff- 85c Silks now G5 100 Silks now 75 125 S lks now 0 150 Silks now 125 at Half PriceBigreduction in every Department 1linelY IiJ tI ri Jd t 1- r i t fM f f- CIL f W T rt1u R7 1 Lti s RELIGKOU5FIRST Rov M B Athens the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 8 p Tho Sunday night will ho in the nature of an appreciation of the lire and labors of the lato pas tor of the Cliristian Church Sunday school at U45 a in in tho ohapol Homo Department and Bible Class Taught by Mr S E Hut ton superintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot at 7 p m in the ohapol Leader Isaac Locke Topic True and False Founda tionsPrayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock in ithe chapel Normal Class will meet at 815 Prof J H Fuqua teacher Visitors and everybody the city r cordially invited to attend Ltr tor Sunday July 17 1901 980 a m Sundayschool 780u m Holy Communion 11 a m Sermon by the rector 780 pm Evening Prayer and a address Wednesday t 730 Divine Service in the Friday clmpell 780 p in Parish Bible All invited to take these meetingsI Lords Supper will be observed at 11 a mIthe Christian Endeavor Society has Adjourned until October 2d t Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock Topic Christian Progress The Junior Endeavor Society has for the summer InvitediSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowo tho pastor will preach at 11 a m At 045 p m there will be an openair Sunda soricoIIYoung Peoples Society at 080 p m Wednesday night at 780 p mIEverybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev leather Thomas S Major rector Low AIaeH780 a in Low Mass 10 a in Vespers 780 p ins r i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHHoYtJ McOlusky r Blayney D D the will preach at 11 a in No evening service- Sundayschool at 945 a m r Young Peoples Society of ChrisI Endeavor 645 p int the young people invitodIWednesday night p in 1All public cordially CHURCH invited Rev to C J Nugent the pastor wilt at a m and 745 p m Sundayschool at 945 a in Junior League at 3 p m Senior League at 7 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed DOMESTIC TROUBLES It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic rap Ahe occasionally but these can lessoned by having Dr Kings Now Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their groat work in Stomach und Liver troubles They not only relieve you hut cure SOc at all drug gi tSi f Embroideries big reduction in prices = = QueenandlCrescent an Shortest Route AND Quickst Schedules BETWEEN GEORGETOWN CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT ORLEANSI TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Q E CLARKS T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat OUR- PHOSPHATES WILL PLEASE YOU 1 Tho phosphates served at our fountain are pre pared from the best fruit syrups pure and freshly carbonated water and pure acid phosphate Scrupulous care and perfect clean liners murk every stopof the making and serving CLARET PHOSPHATE is especially fine Has the rich natural llavor of fresh ri grapes Thoroughly satisfies thirst gratifies taste is cooling refreshing and healthful PleoHes both young and old and is praised by all who try it Tn8 Gaylo Dry Store 814 ruin St 10c Hose now OS 5c Hose now 12 20c Hose now 165 25c Hose now 1J 35c Hose now 25 tlC Fiore now 39 Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave and Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a newspaper with responsible witnesses what Denns Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But try a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you GAY LES ladies Hoses ESCAPED HighMr HighMrShinglerPresident helpitDrugStore FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratio party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can didate for County attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec 19tf COUNTY CLERK Wo are authorized to N B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary52te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as n candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the notion of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19to IOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR J 14afo a can didate for the otllce of Representa tive from Franklin county in the next Legislature to the action of the Democratic party 8te K YouCanPin Your Faith oweTO J E M Flour because it wont fail you in a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers soil it Mudo only by the j E m Mulling GO rT Lawns 20c I8c loc Lawns now lOc ic and lOc Lawns now 7ic- tSc loc 12c Gingham now lOc lOc now 7he Tic now Go 1ll4L4 service pastor announce m WILLIAM YFOMVN A W MCKEE i The Yoma Carriag6 Co Formerly the Soller Carriage Co so Well and Favor I ably Known to People of Franklin County II RIGHTLY MADE Vehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for us than all the printed praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy yourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detailThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the tlrm 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 sew eral departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting depart ments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us possibleWealso a nice line of our own make of its usnal splendid quality We pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vehicles YEOMAN McKEEfOpposite Presbyterian Church KY 191y FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 A Dollar Will Carry AwayM- ore goods from our store than any other place in town We buy fur cash in large quantities and take ad vantage of every discount We give our customers the advantage of these material savings If you become our customer once you will be our alw- aysJOHNDRISCOLL Frankfort Kentucky t AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY = LOCAL EFFECTIVE MAY 22 1901toEASTBOUND IVESTBOUNDj IDnily Ex bund A Leave No Leave r Ex Sund A 5i 715 Lexington 0 1010 910 S2 iO Win hester P2J a5t City 857 400 PJ Stanton II S2S J3j itIM Natural Bridge OI 401 511 III 1i ao 817 828- J1S P4I 11I 225 IIII IDuily Ex 1 Gingham Gingham are VERSAILLES customer LEXINGTON TIMETABLE Ex LiiIILyL LI Stations No1I Ar II1I1P520i40Oluj 430i11130 attrvilloJunction IOHIOAND KENTUCKY RAILWAY t8undI No81I Ex o21I MIs A M LvuPM LelIA M Ar1 P MAr 910 seo 110 0 oI 230 O K Junction 983 11tJ s1 kiS Wilhurst 1152 11I Hampton 41 1168 Iii 8noI 15 5IU 122 122 Helvclwwa 513 12S i15loi Cannel City ii45 1245 Nol il nUll will make close connection at t K Junction with No 3 and for points on till Lexington and Eastern Railway SuperttnenduutI STAMPING GROUND Miss Maggio Perry of Midway was the guest of her cousin Miss Cora Newman this wool Our farmers are very much pleased with tho outs tonic of their wheat croprlho grain is fine and the yield much bettor than ex peotocl Mr John Miller and family Visited relatives in Lexington lustIweek Mr Silas Box of Harrison conn has put his portable sawmill on r the farm of Mr Alfred Easly just north of our town Mr Charles Murphy and wife ate visiting relatives at Trafalgar Indf Dr A Stewart has been com polled to po to Frankfort to have eyes treated by Dr S Cole man the specialist His wife ac companied him Mr Qnincy Sparks of Hunting 1 ton W Va visited his old home here last week Mrs J Yates has ns her guests Mrs Susie Gratis of Louisville and Mrs Mary Trent of Shelby ville and their children Mrs D H Duvall has as her- r guest her sister Mrs Willie David son of Paducah Anderson the mail carrier to Harmony has rented Mrs Cora Dinkles residence Mrs Cora Dinkle has taken rooms at the Coleman Hotel A very heavy rain fell near here on Friday while at this place only a light shower fell Mondaybutvery acceptable There was a very largo crowd at I the basket meeting of the Colored Baptist Church on Sunday in Dr Rileys grove 1 One Branch Ellis was arrested here on Thursday by officers and t taken to Georgetown charged with breach of the peace He had gone to a dwelling in Georgetown and threatened and frightened the lady of the house UNO Buildup the system puts pure rick blood in the veins makes men i healthyBurdooldrug store FORKS OF ELKHORN Delayed Letter r Weather very warm Mr Frank Branham who has 1 been the guest of Mr Albert Hook ensmiths family has returned to Missouri accompanied by his aunt Mrs Emma Sortorago fRev Geo Prentiss who has been guest of Mr Walter Joffers has returned to his home in Lexington Mr Nelson Alley who has been the guest of his mother for the past month has returned to Kansas City He will spend a week at the Worlds Fair in St Louis i Miss Sallie Suter in the guest of relations at Switzer Mr Hugh Ayres wife and child of Louisville are boarding with Mr G M Brocks family at Ores i cent View t Kindergarten Dn1ghtelsCotta a We should visit the school which meets on Tuesday and Saturday afternoons and encourage thi noble lady in this glorious work for rl the children Miss Mary Holton who h as been at the hospital in Louisville has returned homo much unproved Miss Fannie Holton is the guest of her son Mr John Holton in Shelby county Mr Stuart Lucas left on Wednes day for Cincinnati where he ex pouts to go into business Miss Pearl Alexander of Mem- MisWillie s CltrisMrs Pinder attended Chautauqua at Lexington last week A KID I suffered for months from eor throat Eclectic Oil cured me in twentyfour hours II M S Gist Hawesville Ky CASTOR = A thefof n Booett GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their plain source is the liver and all the fine spirits for mado in the Blue Grass State told not remedy had liver or the tuudncoand it bail liver at the saute time Your liver must bo in fine condi tion if you would feel buoyant eyelightful iu your pursuits You can put nsrngGreensest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has rotneiytarFlower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply ofgood spirits Trial size 2f e regular bottles loc At all druggists lyr SUMMER r SCHOOL KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE JUNE 2Sth to AUGUST 5th Special Rates on specific dates Inquire General Passenger Ofllce FlRIlI RailwayS WONDERFUL NERVE Is displayed by many a man en during pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore foot or still joints But there it no need for it Buoklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25o at all druggists SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonisLonisville Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 Louisville Division No1- am pm pm Lv Louisville 745 400 780 Ar Shelbyville 910 628 851 Lnwrenceburg 055 620 985 Versailles 1016 642 D54 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No4 amr No5 No2 pm No8 No6am Lv Burgin 710 Ar Georgetown 800 700 Lexington 605 445 780 Versailles 625 512 755 Lnwrenceburg 643 540 820 Rhelbyville 720 62 910 Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville and trains Xos and Through Obser vation chair cnr between Louisville Harrods BurginTrain Louisville 745 a m for the South and arriving 750 from the South through cars from and to Asheville N C Knoxville rod Morristown Tenn Train leaving Louisville 780 p m and arriving Louisville 740 a m Through sleeping cars between Louisville and Birmingham via Lexington and Chattanooga Between Louisville EVAnsville and St Louis St Louis No2 mArPrinceton 100 pm 145 a m St Louis 686 pm 782 a m No8 No1 Lv St Louis 808 a 1000 p m Ar Princeton t8p 803 a m Huntincburg 255 p mil 425 amLouisville 545 p 710 am No No InaEvansville 1025 p ml 180 pm No No Lv Evansville 780 a ml llb 1 mArbetweenLouisville Louis111eTrains Nos and carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis ville Day trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis CarswithapptoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allen a PA B P O ELKS Julyeoccasiothe n way will sell only round trip tick ets at one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Dates of sale Jul v limItAugust tIoketsS IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Olfered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Communcini Sunday Juno 5th Kentuckys popular line tho Hen del olt Route will inaugurate a safe and Fast Day service between Lou isville and St Louis in each direc tion and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Throe daily trains will ho operated in each direction on tho following safe schedulos between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 880 a m U00- p m and 700 a in Arrive St Louis 515 p m 720 a m and 015 p m justfromern vestibule pattoin and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a in train through without change of ears will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and nigh back sent passenger conches The 900 p IlL train through without change of cars will consist of Pullman Sleeping Cars Free Re clining Chair Cars and high back sent passenger coaches The 700 a m train will have Parlor Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Dining Cars on day trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you get Alt trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis In purchasing your tickets to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and the Henderson Route He will gladtoYou will be satisfied in every re spect with the accommodation and bythisthe Official Route for Kentuckians FmthrtftKMMIl e The Midland Route Local Time Table In Effect January 11 1904 DAILY JXUKf SUNDAY No8INo 2 50 Lv D Frankfort Ar 720 2 6 Summit 211 Elkhorn Switzer 6 229 Stamping Ground 6 2 121 Duvall 10 6 Johnson 85 2 69261 l IC 8 Depotif 1081625 2 N ewtown 6 8 Centerville 5 3 9718 551 Elizabeth 19 555 8 Paris Junctn 545 8 Ar Paris iLv Connects at Georgetown Union Depot with Q tl Connects at Paris Union Depot with Kentucky Central Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L N BETWEEN FRANKFORT CINCINNATI VIA QEOUOETOWN P MA PM DflA00 0 8 Lv Georgetown Arl 8014 6 Ar BETWEEN FRANKFORT 8 CINCINNATI VIA PARIS P M P M 2 00 Lv Frankfort Ar 20 261 Lv Georgetown Ar 629 b Lv Parts Ar 6 83 6 Ar Cincinnati Lv 2 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 200P 6 50A L Frarkfort A11 25A 720 2 47P 7 45A A Georgetown L 1080AW25P 8 25P 8 80A A Paris L 980A542P 0 lIP 42A A Winchester L 709A245P 8 15P Maysville L 45A 15P Cynthiana L 502P 7 2CP 54P IA Richmond L 20A 65P 6 Cincinnati L 265P GEO B HARPER SAMUEL E HUTTON Pros and Genl Supt GP A SAVED FROM TERRIBLE DEATH The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bargnrton Tenn saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skilled physicians every remedy used failed consumption wins slowly but surely taking her life terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy Tho first bottle drought im mediate relief and its continued use completely oared her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guar anteed bottles 50o and 100 Trial bottles free at all druggists OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER l KENTUCKY WHISKEY ft F H TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors r Frankfort Kentucky II1i M iWit111i fWf111ftii l t s Pleasant to takeA il Tudobiuk Laxative i iJ J CONSTIPATIONlw NATURES CURE FOR Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about ar normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines x LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have triedfiALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND DOC PER BOTTLE 01 75000 J In Cash Prizes will be given away to perijsons guessing nearest the total aggregate paidiattendance at the Worlds Fair St Louis Mo Rs DO YOU KNOWr4 You can secure ONE GUESS and THE t WEEKLY LOUISVILLE HERALD 52 times a year for 50 cents Send 50 cents to this Paper DO IT NOWP A STRING COMBINATION THE t FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT a r i AND THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY HERALD eJ i Both able aggressive fearless newspapers One you need for all the local home news the other is a necessity because of its superior k telegraph service embracing the entire r worldcorrespondents in the Far East with JapaneBOTH ONE YEAR 1 ITheSPECIAL RATES Excursion Train to Cincinnati The Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway In conjuotion with the Q C will run another of their special low ratio excursions from this city to Cincinnati on Sunday 17 at tho low rate of 125 for tripTrain this city at 7 a m Returning will leave CIncin- nati at 8 p in td OA IJI Cot R IABears the Signature of i1M A Itchiness of the skin horrible plague Most everybody afflicted way or another Only one sine never falling cure Doans Ointment At any drug store 60 cents BPOELKS Cincinnati Ohio July 18th to 28d 1004 f For the above occasion the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway li will sell tickets at 305 for the round trip Dates of sale July 16th 17th and 18th all trains Tickets good without deposit until August fth with deposit until August 25th I