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X The VOL XXII CARRIERS ADDRESS I FemkMt A WEEKLY PAPER Roundabout TERMS a GEO A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KYM 100 In Advanoe NO 19 FRANKFORT Fires and Causos During the Yearl 1899 SATURDAY Forks of Elkhorn JANUARY 7 1810 Making It Mot Frankfort Roundabout January May long remoinbr ninoty olght For she has been abreast the tldo To leave an imprint far and wide A namo among tho great The eyes of all tho world have been To her in conpontratlon drawn Yet from wlthoUt tho smoko and din And shock of war sho rose to win For all a brighter dawn Sho stood above tho paltry ends That war has over hold In view And fought for what the heart mends America with hoiipst prldo Through the kindness of Chief Taylor the following shows this number of fires and their causes during the year 1808 3 Januury 3 February March April May June July August September Â¬ com- October A victory that with it blends No greed for revenue November December Total Causes of thefiresas follows Defective flues Chimney burning out Caught from gas jets Sparks from chimney Fulse uliirms Cause unknown TiihIi piles sparks from grates Rugs in closet Lamps exploded For Freedom and Humanity Her cry has been and not in vain For lookl the flag of Liberty Unfurls its stripes acwwn tno ea Whore once was Dospot rei n Throughout tho world the year will bo A one to pause the backwai d glance As marking for humanity Anpoeh In its history A step of true advance h Circuit Judgo Settle at Bowling Green in his charge to tho grand Jury of Warren county took occasion to call pspecial nttontion to progres Â¬ sive cucher and classed it as juatiw mticn a violation of tho law as a poker or faro Hodirectoi Tame o grind jury to indict any and alt puties violating tho law In this re- Â¬ gard Ohl myj but there will be weopin ter and wailing In hljh society Mks Elizaboth Chinn of Oxford visited near our village last week When you ask lor De Witts Witc 2 accept a coun r Mks Annie South and Muyrao 3 Gnlleliiic spent part of last week Hazel Salve dont There are more felt or imitation 3 with Mr Maude McCarty at Stump cases of Piles being cured bv this G ing Ground than all others combined Tyler Tho box party proved quite a suc Â¬ Hemphill Wanted 41 cess Miss Mary Holton who has beep 111 U th la grippe is well again Wcrwanttoexchanao coal for five 10 Mies Bello Bowen entertained Fri Â¬ hundred barrels of corn to be de- Â¬ 0 day night last in honor of her friends livered at once All farmers who 2 Owing to the disagreeable niht want coal can get It at the lowest 5 many were forced to remain at home price and we will pay tho highest price lor your corn until we 1 But all there spent a most pleiwunt market get tho above amount evening Osi Y Me 4 Blacjc Hook Broadway Cuul Scale 17 8t 1 Try Miles wholo wheat floui 3 t r faux Miss Kntlo Cannon and brother Oscar of near Oxford were in our village last weok Mr W E Koop wife- and child spent ClirNtuns with Mr A V Mncklin mid wie Mr Will Hinde of Chicago was 4 tho guest of Mr Dick Baker last week Mr G M Brock wh i Ins been quite ill with la rlppo is some bet- Â¬ -- Suffered 20 Years 1 t To duy tho Anglo Saxons stand Two stalwart powers face to face To morrow they shall hand In hand Iu unity and peace command And rule the humun race The morning of a brighter day Is breaking in th Oriont An ago when Man not Brute shall sway 3 3 fi And rusty swords bo cast away With useless armament At least Its what were working for Wo carriers of the Roundabout Altho great Kippllng says tho Czar Doth seek the upper hand in war And takes us all for trout 41 Tota The total number of feet of hose laid during the year was G850 feet The property loss from fire during the vear amounted to 7589 E H Taylor C F D January 1 1899 Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid Indomitable will and trehealth mendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want theso qualities andthe success they bring use Dr KtngraewLlfe Pills They develop every prnversL-briilriand bouV Onlv 25c at J W Gavlea Drug Store 2 Â¬ Keep Out the Wintry Winds -- MARY LEWIS wife of a promi Â¬ farmer and well known by all old residents near Belmont N V writes For twenty fceven years I bad been a constant sufferer from nervous prostra- Â¬ tion and paid larpo sums of money for doc- Â¬ tors and advertised remedies without bono fit Tbreo years ago my condition was alarming tho loast nolio would startlo and unnervo mc I was uuablo to sleep bad a number of Blnklng spells and slowly grew worse I began using Dr Miles Kcstoratlvo hcrvlno and Ncrvo and Liver Pills At first tho mcdlcluo seemed to havo no effect but after taking a fow bottles I began to notlco a change I rested better at night tny appo tlto began to lmprovo and I rapidly grew better until now I atn as nearly restored to health as ono of my ago may expect God MRS blcssDrMncscrvIne-rrTICV-- Dr Miles Kemcdlts bJsis uuuur u pusuivu tk7-e F crxaisrisEs Pokers Tongs Fire Hovels mass Weatneistrips Goal Boas guarantee first bottle KTfi i benefits or money re Â¬ Restores 0iyadr5 t go so n M- - MHos iervone Health Elkhart Ind sets ana Screen us funded Book on dis Â¬ 5 eases of tho heart and nerves free Address rV DR MILES MEDIOAICO Br Walter Roberts Alex T Lewis Sobieski Howell Knr the Roundabout OLD I Carriers 98 1 Try our Sausage Grinders and Sausago StufferscvT cant beat em on price and quality Tho best V Orirap Yesj tne very highest Roofing Puints and OU gPKles- of IIollSeTitObTand Carriage Paints Oils and Varnishes If you want Johnsons Floor Wax Re- Â¬ storer Renewer or Filler call on us - a A Court Day Crowd Avaunt you cares of ninety eight Theres no room here you ageO year To toll your tales of Borrow r Begone you old back numbered date Twill bo Now Years totfnorrow Go lay your bones witlr other years Whoso dust wo leave behind us Let all tho troubles you havo made Into vanished worries fade Leaveione such to remind us Ofthe struggles we have had men well remember you For your good doeds not your bad So tako your night away Leave in our memories but your day Monday there was an exceptionally largo crowd In attendance owing largely to tho faci that there were four terms of court to commence that da v Little or no stock was disposed of Handsome Calendar ST AGO I BACON HARDWARE i Thss handsome table Mahog any inlaid top and shelf MASONIC TEMPLE TwywvwvywT iwvvMnywuwywfwwww TKial OBeiqut For the ltoundabout1 Retribution Messrs G W Bush Son agents for the Singer Sowing Machine Co have placed us under obligations for one of their handsome calendars for the ycjir 1890 It is a beautiful piece of workman- Â¬ ship and will be an ornament to the home of any one having it In St Louis Coal Wooldridge Jellico Coal R Rogers 2 50 Sons JlnTvl I Frazer Axle Qrtase THE OLD R Doesnt need to Tbe sifted Mined in large COAL lumps sold in large lumps Theres noth ing left but ashes af-- 5 mmmmmm Not affected Heat or Cold ter you burn it Its Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair MartM UUAL the coal tor economi- - a cal people Sold only H a MATTEEN by IHBI aft When Envy from a Rier takes A Blandor poisoned dart And with malicious nim doth wound An honest neighbors heart The shaft oft like a boomerang Returns from whonco twas sent And poisons him who dealt tho blow Upon tho innocent K Tltr o Inftni itnlnnrn Htnf nnr ruitir and popular friend Mr John S Grant formerly of this city but moro recently 01 rine uiuu ArK has taken a position with tho Hotel 18th find Washington Belvldere Avenue St Louis Mo where he RAH will be glad to welcomo his Frank- Â¬ fort friends and look after their com Â¬ nV lituiiwk ii liiittttm ttntir toni lfonr tho liver dour and the hodv vigorous fort by using Do Wilts Little Early John Is a Jolly good fellow and wo Risers the famous little pills for con- Â¬ havo no doubt Is a first clnsi hotel stipation and liver trouble Tyler man Call and seo him when iu St Hemphill Louis Call You Brother v iMAmRTMIS mtli by fRAZER Chctogo LUBRCAT0R CO ft Y IV v s The woman who Is lovely in face form and temper will always havo friends but ono who would bo at tractive must keep her health If sho 1h weak sickly and all run down alio will bo nervous and irritable If sho has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and Electric a wretched complexion Bitters is the best medicine in tho world to regulate stomach liver 80110 1251 and kidneys and to purify tho blood aii experienced insurance man It gives strong nerves bright eyes stated to usl that while all figure smooth velvety skin rich complex good looking now given Mire estimates yet 1808 ion It will make aa run down in- Â¬ charming woman of I wus tho bestir Insurance companies valid Only 50 cents at J W Gayles 2 in this city Itiils knowledge Drug Store Â¬ i The Henderson papers are making great blow about tho smallness of 30 losses by flro In that city during ho year 1808 Wo think we can go you ono bet ter Durlnj tho year 1S98 thero were only t ulnrins turned In in this city and tin total loss as estimated by Fire Cltof E II Taylor is only 7580 ino JieiWeraon losses footed up No Right to Ugliness Fictorie SL Loult New York hill - Pliiil ii 1 A DUDLEY BLANTON Head of Clinton Street A 1 i III ill Â¬ - - - Iplpnlinno inn 1VU AvAAAAitAAEyIXrZrZry iiiuuw j j J Jfr 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K - HXJIDiS03Sr CTL3 s CORKTBR ki V essKx t-- 3Vlj3LllSr JK JSTJD ST I3ES 4 A gorgeous array of Christmas goods Stock new and fresh and assortment all that could be desired Avoid the rush of the last few days before Christmas by making your selections now 330KII3Sr3- JACKETS - SOABP ISZIID ZFTTZEB CHIEFS cjttj BTTTaonsrs I3sDE3iTIc31 ssxirts G LOVES ZFinsrs COIOieEXD SHIETS COATS ivE3sr boits COVEET OT7E3I2 3sriD Genuine Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs White and Colored Borders 25c Neckwear in Puffs and all other styles 26c Mufflers as low as 25c tb No healthy person need fear any dangerous eonHiuences from an at tack of la grippe if properly treated It is much the same in a hevere cold and requires precisely the same treat- Â¬ ment Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy jur YtT anvuin U V l J WHV Is UAU1U UMU DUU JUIU as directed for a severe cold and a serving on the Federal Court jury lurn llltio returned iotheir home in Lexington prompt und complete recovery is sure this week Saturday night atcGIa visic to Mrs to follow For sale by J W Gayle Col Jno 0 Oneal of Covington was an attorney in the U S Court Jno T Buckley Mr Mahlon M Chew of Cleveland this week lrna PvrilGPfl been the guest of his Rev W S Giltnor of Eminonce Ohio who has Mr John T Buckley father-in-laItfllnif V lnuf llool-n was in attendance upon the U S has returned homo In the U S Court the juries were Court this week The following will show what a Mrs Lizzie B Dowling and Miss excused on Thursday until Monday certain young person in our neigh Miss Daisy Hughes was tho guest Louise Perrin of Lexington wero morning borhood thinks and said about Mr of Miss Margaret Crenshaw in Ver- guests of Mrs Margaret Mahoney The criminal docket was cleared J Redman sailles Monday during the holidays and other cases in which motions John Redman is a handsome man Mr Clifford Zeigler visited his MrEOONan of Happy Valleyand c were to be made No use disuutinir thu brother Mr V F Zeigler in Ver- Mr Cha8 W Martin of Stedraan pleadings tiled and heard will take up the Hold not too lean and lunky aud sailles this week town have returned from a visit to iio is mn ioo oig ana rat time until Monday But Just x happy medium and Hon Jno W Yerkes of Danville friends in Lincoln county A number of civil cases will then He stands about six leet undone was in attendance upon the Court of Mins Nellie Burks of Breckinridge And when It comes to being game Appeals this week countv who has been tho guest of he called Heisnotafrjidofnone Ex Gov J B McCroary was in at- her ister Mrs John L Long for And when ho walks ho throws his tendance tpn the U S Court in several weeks returned home on Wednesday head this city thto wenk Away up in the air Miss Hallio B Todd of Louisville Miss Jennie McKce of Covington The sunlight fairly glistens on was tho guest of her aunt Mrs M L who has been the guest of her cousin Has saved many a We s beiutiful light hair Miss Margaret A Lewis for a week Campbell this week Acl tellovvs often say returned to her home on Saturday Speedily cures Croup and -- r T t sat- eLUK veiny weight In gold Mrs A B Famraond who has been afternoon andsure Mothers can al-- KV n ir Da loiMVPJoiiiiitediiiHiiViron nerve li iit Mr A J Pickens wife and Children Along with his tine mold has rouirneu iiome daughters who havo been spending waysrelyonlt are smalL Price 25 cents like It Doses Mr Archie Moore is a candidate M8S Nora Hatch of New Hamp- Â¬ the holidays at their old home in shire was tho guest of Mrs M L Crittnden county returned Saturday night A Record Breaker Campbell this week Wo aro rejoiced to announce that Miss Beatrice Ready of Louisville The following is a Dakota papers was tho guess of her sistor Mrs Geo that noble lady Mrs E H Taylor sr who has been so ill in Atlanta is account of a cyclone B SalonUer this week much better and hopes aro entertainMiss Ellen T Woodson who has ed of her recovery A southeastern wind hurled tum- Â¬ Sje visiting rolatives at Versailles been ble weedsand Russian thistle through Mr Geo B Taylor of Nicholas Sunday returned home viile Col W J Wilmoro of Camn the air at a 29 milo gait and the gait Hon Rinhard Apporson of Mt Nelson and Mr W A Duncan of went too Many stoves wero drawn i Sterling was in attendance upon the jessamine county wore jurors In tho out of the chimneys the strong wind U S Court this week U S Court this week blew In at the neck of a bottle and of Mercer Mr Landon A Thomas of Miss Atha Crutcher county is visiting her uncle Col Georgia spent several days Augusta blew the bottom out Nebraska with his D 0 farutohur in this city mother and sisters in this city the wagon tracks passed over tho town first tho weok on his way home by the thousands The strain on the Mrs Sallio T Railoy of Versailles from of business a trip to Chicago wire fences was so great that staples was tho guest of her sister Mrs J B Lewis Third Btreet this week were drawn out or tho north side of Mrs Henry TStanton has returned Dr Haxter8 Dental Rooms the posts A kerosene barrel stand- from a visit to her daughter Mra Main street opposite Opera lloupe ing in front of a grocery store was Geo L Willis In Shelbyvillo 29 tf sucked out of the bung hole and Miss Christine Bradloy who has turned inside out like a ladys Blip- visiting friends in Mt Sterling been To the Public uriTPHB per Tho dirt blow from a post hole IsiM CflCsw homo Monday evening returnod WKSW in the hill side and left the hole Wfl TTkk Taylor and daughter Mrs Kenner Wo roturned from a visit to relatives at every aro authorized to guarantee sticking out of tho ground about two bottle of Chamberlains Cough Henderson on Wednesday night Remedy to be as represented mid if font with no dirt around It Miss Lorena Young and Mr Frank not satlafaetory alter two thirds of Called Meeting Tumor of Lexlngtoi wore guests of the contents have been used will re fmid the money to the purchaser Miss lliilllo StuplieiiH on buncJuy is no hotter medicine mado for Mr Goo W Reasnr and wife ol There There will bo a ealld meeting of Lexington attended the fnnoral of la grippe colds and whooping cough Frankfort Chapter No j H A Price 2f and fillc per bottle Try It Mrs Gnus E Taylor on Saturday on Monday night January 9th In J W Gayle Mra Jhhn T Buckley left Thursday the Masonic Temple for work in the JOHNSON HOGE for Phconlx Ariz to vlnlt her son Mr Win lluokloy who is quite sick Try tho Capital Steam Laun Mark aud Past Masters Degrees A full meeting ail MAIN STltEKT desired Visiting Mrs T II Shelby jr of Lexington dry for a clean shirt or collar Nov brethren welcome guest of neo Agnes Scott was tho 17 10 tf JJy Order Ot Mr J 11 Hondrlok and wifo Tuesday Telephone vunannaraB and Wednesday T N LlNDSEY II P Aigreat success I am still making Ben T Faiimeh Mrs S Blitz and daughter Miss Â¬ OU Minnie of Louisvlllo wero guests of them at Matterns Secretary office Â¬ tho Democratic nomination for At- Â¬ torney General has been in the city this week Hon D H Smith Congressman from the Fourth District was in at- Â¬ tendance upon the courts in this city this week Prof McHenry Rhonda who at Â¬ tended the State Teachers Assocla tion in Louisville last week returnod Rev Vm Orowe and wife returned Friday night from their bridal trip on Saturday Dr J H Cromwell of Rich Hill parents Mr Missouri is visiting Mrs J A Posey was the guest of M H Oromwell anil his near Jetts wife friends in Lawronceburg last week this county Judge O H Waddell of Somerset Mies Florence McOall bf Pewee attended the courts here this week Valley who has boon the guest of Miss Lucy Rodgers is visiting the iMiss Uhesnoy for several days has family of Mr S N Rodgers in Mid- - returned home way Mrs J G McLean and daughter been l guests of Mrs Geo Mr Robt M Bergman of Irvlno vh was the guest of Iriends here thisf1- winis- in Shelby villo have re- turned home ween nas ouinreT wno IT ineen Mr W L Peace of Williamsburg El nintl was nn attorney i a uourt i trlo fluff huKnniiniifa 7 PS ir una wno m stamping urounu nas tins week returned home Mr Richard Berry of Woodford was u visitor here Monday Mr W L Graddy of Woodford county was in town Monday Mr A M Duvall of Peaks Mill was in town county court day Miss Julia McOlure visited relatives in Louisvlllo during the holidays Mr Henry Ringold and wife this Louisville Pike MATRIMONIAL wook i Mrs Albort H McOlure returned Wauford Warford In this Mis Minnie Mooro visited rel- Â¬ from a visit to her parents Mr Geo city on Wednesday January 4 Mr atives at or near iienson last week Hon Jno W Lowle of Springfield Bohon and wife in Harrodsburg on was horo thid week Messrs Will Dooleyand Luke and John M Warford of Lawrencelturg Saturday Mr OhnB M LowIb of tho Shelby and Miss Mary C Warford of Arch Moore are busy with their to- Â¬ Hon R Frank Poak candid ito for bacco getting it ready for shipment Sentinel was here Monday PERSONAL Nineveh this county were married by Rev George Darsle Wednesday January 4 Mr James Flynn and MisaEdna B Johnson of Shelby county were married by Rev George Darsle DEATHS Flynn Johnson In this eity on Shelly in this On Monday afternoon was city Mr James Shelly of old our the on age he being 8G years old Ho sexton of the Catholic portion of cemetery and was buried from Church of the Good Shepherd Wednesday morning lien I w Mr William Parrent who now lives ot Bridgeport will soon move into the house where Mr John Flynn Is living We will be glad to have Mr Parrent and family in our community but we would be sorry to lose our old neighbor and hope they will rent some where close Mr Parrent bought the farm last year There will be preaching ut the Bridgeport Christian Church next Sunday morning and also at night Mr Alfred Miller of Covington Ky is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs A B Read at Hemp Farm MIssses Lena Roberts and Sallie Ruth Wilson from near South Ben Â¬ son spent last Wednesday night with Miss May me Crutcher Miss Ola Hawkins spent several days at Bridgeport during the holi days Madam Rumor tells us we aro go ing to havo several partiesand socials in our vicinity in the near future We do hope she has not started a false report for now that Xmas is over the young folks will need some- tmng to Keep them mov v was In our coiP Â¬ Â¬ for matrimony one will elect Now girls how can you resist such a temp- Â¬ tation when a young man has such a pleasant face and such nn expansive smile as Archie has He ought to be able to find a loving little better rialf most any old place What has become of tho Benson correspondent Lily of the Valley We miss tho news items so much Oh they were so Interesting Please dear Lily wont you write again and if I meet you on the brick stieets of Frankfort if I recognize you H will walk up and give you a whole barrel of thanks and handshake by the dozen lU8TUa0 Thanks 2 A jy letters as this We value very highly such send you 101 for the Roundabout during the year 189 Yours truly M T Runyan The hand writing of our dear friend is ns clear and plain as In the long ago New London N H Jan 3 1899 Mr Lewis With such pleasure I f JTvJl T1 sMjJE3 ElLKiKii The Leading Specialists of America 7 20 YEARS 250000 I H OHIO CURED Â¬ Â¬ SECURE M EMISSIONS Â¬ Vjvthlnir can bo inaro domoralliiug to r a nl lrt Inn MArl mnn lliitn 4 lift ha They i theso nightly lano ncrvoupnors a reeiiiiK roiucoweaKncs3 J n nolo train of tjuilitums of diiruTln Their iindfsa man for bunlnosii lnarrlwl No matter iWnnd tocrv happlno u whether cautov i 8Mttl Sfeetff Vr natural weakneVj J New Method Tritment ouroyou - ll llly PAY Dr Bulls vOuKil L Hauler unol IiolnX Early nbuso or later oxccsoh vmv haoVTOnKcnou HCMI von VI uavo uise xpouio uiny l are not faro till cured Our 11 NO CUREO ru you nlll euro Yourunnoilsk CURED and hnjcnnl ncrvouj irrltablo and ox cltablo Yo t becomo forgetful raoroto and despondent blotches and pimples tunkon ores wrinkled face stooping form nml downcast countenauco reveal the blight t your oxlitenco m Ill Youns JIan Yon aro ralo focblo Â¬ Â¬ ITMestforfMoiiey is tx -- fk JUIiUOU THLAJJUliJ WilliI lho wormy veins return to their normal condition and nenco tlib reiuil organs rccclvo proper nourish ment lho orgnns bocomo vltaliied all 4j uuuniurni uruius ur iuowcs tuaiu auu muuly powers roturn No temporary fcl fA benefit uut a pormanont euro nuiured NO JUIifi NO 1AY NO OlKHA- M NO DETEN MTION NJItLrSAllY J 5 euro It Li No matter bow icrloua your en so mav be or how lorir you may haTO had it our I M IlON FUOM DUUINESS CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat nnd euro SYPHILID OLKRT 1JJIIBH10N8 UllOTENOY STKlCTtlHi VAUIUOOULE SKM1 NAL LOStJLb BLAIIEK AND KIU NKY dltearcs Ul NHULT ATI ON I1OOK0 lUEE lUKE ciunaEa MODERATE If unahlo to call write for r oilltiTiOH DLAtJIC for HOMU TllLWTHUNT Kennedys KerganP2 VI xxe J m ICC if I UUIIIII O CINCINNATI III Cv m IPKp iMwl 2tf fORSFTS yjgf uwvnmum8Hf Hf hnlo mhoal Clnnr - Â¬ One trlftl of Miles VfnOh WHEAT FLOUR will onuvlDoe you tlm it makes the moat dellolouH ns well ii the most wnoieaome uicnd Ak your grooor for It Job work neatly exe cuted at this MILES ON fe XkitifaMbtiii iirfjiiiiiiiii ife 7 V - A fl Handsome Present Returned Home when the Court of Appeals met Clitef Justice Lewis HUlimltted the order of Court and tin sime were entered of record mid Binned prevloim to Ids retlruuuiit Judjze Jlnlrltijr mi behalf of Ills noclnte Jin lucH and tlio oillcer of the Ioiiri presented the retiring Chief Justice with n very hnmWoim gold watch As u token of friend Â¬ ship anil love of the Judges of the Court ol Appeals oflicerri and at tuchtn for the retiring Chief JiiHllce Juilue Lowlx with much Iccling returned thanks to the donors and then retired Ironi the bench Judue HuzelrlvK assumed - the duties of Chief Justice and Judge J P Hobsnn took his seat as successor to Judge Lewis Judge Lewis has served evcnteen and a half yeais and has made an honest fearless and upright o Ulcer and retires with the profound re Â¬ spect of the bench the bar and the people generally and hears with him into his retirement their high Â¬ est regard Well done good and faithful On Monday Mr J S IJulow law clerk and stenographer to Chief Justice Lowis has returned to hip home at Glasgow fin was a pleasant gentleman nnd an efllclent young lawyer We regret his removal from our city Grim Grips Deadly Marah Do Is Death THE ROUNDABOUT and Destrjctio to Many Paul Perry of Columbus Ga sufÂ¬ Boston New York Philadelphia Wash Ington Lonlsvlllc Terrorized by the fered agony fur thirty years and thon cured his piles by using Do Witts Awful Scourge All the CenWitch Hazel Salve It heuls Injuries ters of Population Af and skin diseases like magic Tyler Hemphill fected Â¬ THE PEOPLES PAPER Â¬ Governors Who Have Occupied the Executive Mansion servant Wenroghid to know that Judge Lewis and his charming wife will remoln In our city The Judge will practice law only in the Court of Appeals j Country Fire The country residence of Mr W Leslie Collins was destroyed by the on Saturday nfternoou about 2 oclock The tiro started from a defective flue and the house was totally destroyed together with all the furniture except that contained in the Â¬ Â¬ W parlor There was Mr 1000 Insurance upon furniÂ¬ the house nnd 1800 upon the ture Collins is peculiarly unfor-Â¬ tunate Just now Brave Cavalryman Robbed Onp of the most unique anil daring robberies that has occurred In Louisville for u long time was that which occurred on Friday morning about daylight A burglar supposed to be u negro entered Gen Basil W Dukes resi Â¬ dence and proceeded to help himself to the pergonal properly therein Gen Duke awoke only to find himself covered by a revolver with tlio injunction to stay still After vainly endeavoring to catch the burglar otf his guard Gen Duke whs forced to sew tin thjef leave his room with thw property he desired Gen Duke gave the alarm at once but tue rascal and his pal made good Â¬ every where Teachers clerks bus iness men mechanics laborers street car drivers school children police officers and even the doctors all furnish victims by the bundle Is No remedy yet discovered show results eo ua I to Dr Miles It storative Nervine It quickly over comes the ece slve exhaustion In sion will be of interest vigorates the appetite and assists Shelby Garrard Greenup Scott nature to throw oh the deadly mi Â¬ Madison Slaughter Adair Desha crobes from the system In times of Metcalfe Breathitt James T More epidemic like the present it should be taken as a preventative of dishead Clark Letcher Owsley Crit- - ease tenden Helm Powell C S More viif iiiii icu itvvpiijniiiii nievnix head Magoffin Robinson Bramlctte weak newness unci mtseranie nl p couu n Helm Stephenson Leslie McCrenry r olnnHinili it it u Blackburn Knott Buckner Brown fltn t Bradley kind Our home physician could Governor Isaac Shelby was twice not help me and I commenced using Miles Nervine The llrst nights Governor in 1702 and 1812 and sleep James Garrard tho second Gover- came that I had had in four months as the result of two first doses nor was the only one to succeed When I had taken two brittle I felt himself Gov Madison died in of better than I had before in years and fice and Gabriel Slaughter tho continued to improve until I was en- Â¬ Lieutenant Governor served out the tirely cured Eiii WooDWAnD term John Breathitt died in 1834 Plymouth Ills All druggists are authorized to sell and was succeeded by Lieutenant Governor Jas T Morehead Gov- Â¬ Dr Miles Nervine on a guarantee that first ernor Crittenden resigned In 1850 to refunded bottle benefits or money Be sure and get Dr Miles accept a seat In the United States Nervine Booklet on heart and Senate nnd was succeeded by John nerves sent free Address Governor Helm was Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind L Helm elected and died in 1807 succeeded Important Decision by Lieut Gov J W Stevonson He was elected to tho U S Senate and Judge Barr of the District Court Preston H Leslie Speaker of tho of tho United States for the District Senate was inaugurated Governor of Kentucky hns rendered a very During tho civil wur in August important decision in regard to tho 1802 Governor Beriah Magoffin re assessment of the property of banks signed and was succeeded by Jas F for taxation It is to the efTect that Robinson speaker of the Senate they shall only bo assessed upon 70 Hon Lynn Boyd Lieut Governor per cent of the real value of the m Inu TIC laivfR n l fnl linfmiA 41 t m B shares of capital stock held in the ii mm tTui u umW uo Wu iwuiu Nntional bankg and that flhureg rep son acted as Governors without hav- - resented by U S bonds aro subject ing been elected to that office Leslie to tnx however was after his first term elected by the people Â¬ The depressing effects of the present epidemic ol Grip are apparent In view of the numerous candi Â¬ dates who want to serve their dear old State in the Governors chuirriur lng the next four years the following list of the thirty who have previously occupied the Executive Man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ri Â¬ Â¬ Everybody takes it Everybody heads Subscription Only it Â¬ Me I 1 1 Per Year ir Â¬ Our Job Department Executes on short notice l r a 1 t His Life Was Saved I ti Pi- - Mr J E Lilly h prominent cltl lzeu of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Noth ing helped me I expected to die of consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave me great relief I continued to their escape use it nnu now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicino is the sur- Â¬ Files Petition in Bankruptcy est and quickest cure in the world Mr Louis A Trumbo of Jetts for all ThroatCO and Lung Trouble Trial Regular sizes cents and this county has filed a voluntary bottle free at J W Gayles Drug petition In bankruptcy His liabil- Â¬ Sfuro nupru hnttln mmrimtnurl WU J VU ities are placed at 14000 with assets County Board of Supervisors We regret that our of some 1210 friend has met will such financial The following gentlomen composo dlillculths as to force this result the county board of supervisors of tax assessment Dan Meagher sr A W Polsgrove Wingato Thomson E B Wiley J W Scott Levi liar rod and J D Parker Â¬ Â¬ 1 V For Infants and Children Tfie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signature CASTOR I A IttZktf Contract Let v I V A -- A i w The Commissioners of the State House of Reform have let the con- Â¬ tract for the building for that insti- Â¬ tution It is to be located on tho farm near Lexington purchased for that purpose The building is to be 200 feet long by 40 feet wide and will cost about 12000 Burials in the Cemetery The burials in tho Frankfort cemetery during the year 1898 were as follows White persons 120 of which eighteen were shipped here from Tho number of other points colored perspns buried during the same period was twenty nine This would make tho total number of deaths during the year 131 Iu addition there was a small u umber of burials in the poor burying ground outside tho city H BINDERY Arc You m Easily Tired Blank Books of all kinds gotten np in the highest style oft fehe art Old Books and Muaio bound at lowest rates Job Work f ill 4 soiioiUd Parmers Bonk Statement Wo publish in this issue tlio state ment of that old reliable institution tho Farmers Bank It Is well man aged and safe Joat romombor that all your strength must como from your food Did you ovor think of t thatP I Forhaps your musolos nood Deposit Bank Statement limits mora strongth or your norvosj or porhapa your stomach 1b freak and cannot dlgost what We give In nnothor column tho you eat semi annual statement of the Deposit you nood moro strength If Â¬ thon toko Bank It makes n good showing Dont Forget SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod Ijlvor Oil with Hypo phoaphitoa Tho oil 1b tho moat easily ohangod of all foods into strongth and tho hypophos- pmtos aro tno dosc tonics for tho nerves SCOTTS EMUL SION is tho oasiost and qulokost euro for woak throats for coughs of ovoryklnd and for all oasos of do bllity woak norvoo and loss of llosu 5ac That Dr R Goldstein tho cole brated optician will bo at the Cap ital Hotel on Tuesday and Wednes day next January 10th and 11th Thoso having trouble with their eyes or glasses would do well to give him a call Â¬ Â¬ A stubborn cold is easily takon It sticks to flomo peoplo nil winter and ponsiimntlrin Ynn nhnnlil Stubborn COLDS mm - All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed very often develops into bronchitis or n pnld Slight Blaze It 0 H An alarm from box 5 called tho department on Monday afternoon to a hnuso In tho West End which was tho property of Mr Ben Utter back Tho loss was trilling as tho fire yns sooti extinguished Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Promptly euros Stubborn Colds Doses are imall and pleasant to take Doctors recoratueuU It irice 3 cents At all druggists promptly by taking Dr Bulls Cough fayrup Tills ceiouratou remedy is ac Â¬ knowledged to bo most efllclont and reliable- for nil affections of tlio throat and lungs It cures a cold at onco GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215 217 and 219 St Clair Street Up SCOTT nd ioo ill druggUti BOWNB ChemUti Nw York r Stairs Frankfort Ky fTTf fffffTffTfTTffffff TffTff TTfTfT f 9 ifflH RntSd WIBEnll rW T5Tfv r Tty W VimrqPTvrrr wsmma EEE2 V lie Frankforl yyiy flP y wy w paami ar a a JLiitiiwwwTOifwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwyrrWiwyiy-y-- l ----- TWF RRFAT MAJESTIC z MUSHIE Entered nt tho postofnee at Frankfort Kentucky as aecomi cmss miumum muuer CDajestie Biseait O 30 T 1 vi fi GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 7 P5 J JUTUUIS I MAJESTIC I inrrtcn g crcco 1 SU0UI3 fl Baked in 3 Minutes AND SERVED WITH Hot Coffee i j FTUNKF011T JANUARY 18UU C in V coppcb 5mfKWsS2SFP a The Professional Juror M A COLLINS Commencing MONDAY NOV 14TII to 10TH JT St Clair Street oftho 1898 From developments brought nut other places It has boon shown that there are n number of professional Jurors men who loaf around court houses with the view of getting s Mm jsv Â¬ called to fill the place- of those who nmy bo excused by the court from service It may not be Inappropriate for the officers here to look out sharply for this class of blood suckers Just now At every term of court there areii number of busy men who are taken from their business when it is im peratlve that they be at their posts and likewise there are those who have good and legal excuses to caue their being released i Then professionals hm always be found right on hand and while making a show of reluctance to serve yet in reality they jest cum a pur- puV and make their culling and election sure Nino cases out of ten they are sim ply non entities and drift along with whatever side has the majority of the jury They are a nuisance and u They menace to the community arellke the horse leeches daughter always crying Give give while ren no return of genuine service dered Mr Sheriff keep your eyes on that class of bums themelvs - THE GREAT MAJESTIC ansei MlW SBlfcsSi 1 I nil nto invited to attend nnd see tlio working MAJESTIC STEEL MALLEABLE AND IRON RANGE THE GREAT MAJESTIC IS UNRIVALED FOR BEAUTY UTILITY DURABILITY For dolt g prompt nnd thorough cooking nnd quick water healing it hna no rlvnl It in mndo to lost a life time Doen qulekt r work with one half the fuol than any oilier stove or range Dont tnko clinncca on any or tho numerous mtnltnllotis mndoby tliecnst lron fttovotrnde The Great Mnjeetlo Is now sold In every Stato in the Union y Special Inducements to Parties Purchasing This Week ll 2w HK 77ZfiXZ35kZ tOCTZ755SSZ5 rageous oppression and wrong and with the now year tho downtrodden people of the Queen of tho Antilles cun breathe the air as freemen and go about their daily avocations with- Â¬ out iiny fear of being further hnrrassed and wronged Hail to the Viva Cuba Librol stars and stripe the emblem and ensign of true liberty ZSSJSSZGJSSSM t number of those were only so because of personal illness The guests departed to their homes at midnight delighted with tho gra Â¬ cious hospitality of the cultivated and popular host and hostess and with the tiest wishes for their long lite and happiness Volcanic Eruptions Hie ot North Wes tern Limited ELEC TRIC LIGHTED Â¬ Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob Joy Bueklens Arnica Salvo Blaze Saturday cures tliein also Uld Running and Paver Sores Ulcers Hulls Felons An alarm from box 21 ddled the C trns Warts Cats Bruises Bums Chapped Hands Chilblains fire boys to the livery stable of Mr Scalds B st Pile cure on earth Drives out W B Luckett on Ann street about Pains and Aches Only 25 cts a box oclock on Saturday morning It Cute guaranteed Sold by J W was occasioned by a flue burping out 2 Uayle Druggist and but little damage was done Amusements Gov 20th CENTURY TRAIN for St Paul LfraYieq Minneapolis Duluih Chicago 630 p in every day Teddy Daylight Train leaves Chicago 830 a m daily except Sunday Nigbt Express 1015 p m daily ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA Chicago TENTH ANNIVERSARY JIaiidsomci Entertainment 1889 18W January 3 188J Mr J Buford Hendrick of this cltv and Mi s Georgia L Tvnna nf TnnUvlllo were uuited In marriage and have resided hero ever since On Tuesday nlht last they celebrated the tenth anniversary of their marriage by an entertainment at their handsome home The Ter race The spacious house was filled with the elite of this city and the surrounding country who were invited Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ A Mr Clements new play Southern GentlemanIs a romance of three nets and a prologue that tells a pretty little love story begun in the war near New Orleans In 1802 and resumed in South Carolina twenty twoyeare later The prologue gfvesudashof color needed by the peaceful scenes with three acts A lIIICUCnue OUlCtT has an affair of ill uIIr mu s3ia uuty calls liltn to ins pose on wnile ship Amid the booming of can non he Is killed in the duel and his dying request to his second is to keep thq affair n secret from his wife whom his second loved In his boy hood days Twenty years later the i c flriu- - tho Mni 1 Â¬ Col Theodore Roosevelt was In- Â¬ augurated as Governor of Now York Stato on Saturday There was a largo crowd present and a brilliant military nnd civil procession notwithstanding the bit- Â¬ ter cold weather anil North Western Railway Bears th Signature of OASTOHIA jf Pretty Heavy Sum Tha Kind You Have Always Bought W Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and T A Chicago Itdevelopes that the total losses V JACOB SWIGERT CO fli o In ihn nttv nf T miljvllln fnr the year amounted to B50000 which t attend When tho lair women of this city turn out to a micIuI function we defy the world to slu w a more beautiful i i assembly or a more tastily dressed one and this was by no means an exception to the rule As for the men they dont count but they were Ju t simply right in triobwim and were as suave gallant and chivnlrie as usuul The bride and gioom wore the 8 line clothing in which they wi re married ten years before Tho house was ablaze with light and a bower of beauty from the dec- Â¬ orating hands of Mr Ed Powers florist Mr W II Gooding of this city Palms and suiilax roses and carnations lilies of the valley and ferns were every wheie todelight the IOOlli Volume Kentucky Reports On Sunday last in accordance with eye and refresh the senses agreement Capt Gen Castellanos The entertainment lasted from 8 to Tho 100th volume of Kentucky 12 oclock p in and enjoyment of surrendered the city of Havana and Reports has Just appeared from the the Island of Cuba to Gens Brooke every moment was supreme One of thohandsomestsuppersever Ludlow and Lee of tho American Public Printer It contains cases de elded from Oct 1 1891 to March 1 served in this city was partaken of army The scene was a grandly impies 18i7 about lloolock It was the bund- It is on sale at the public library at iworkof that first class caterer Kline slvo one With quiet but llrm step tiibl s wore a tho soldiers of liberty marched into S2 ofLouixville and the dream of dainty nnd npellzing lovell- - the city and formed surrounding tho Deurnccb Cannot Ho Cured ness and groamd under the weight pulace At 12 in the Spanish flag was saluted and lowered and then of Dowels and all the delicacies of the cannot tho Hug of the free hearts hope nnd By local applications aB they tho ear season diseased portion of to the breeze on reacli theonlv one way to euro deaf The music for tho occasion was home floated out There is furnished by Eichorns celebrated the flag stair of Morro Cattle and tho ness nnd that Is by constitutional by an remedies Deafness Louisville Orjliestra and was of that Governor Generals palace amid the Inflamed condition is caused mucouo of the s ft nnd soothing diameter that lull thunder of the big guns and the lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a the souls and hearts of men nnd cheers of thu people or Imperfect hearing women and lead them to forget the There were a number of Cuban rumbling sound entirely closed deaf Generals present and thoy with and whon It is and worries of life trials ness is tho result and unless tho in The presents were unique and use- their people quietly and calmly llamatlon can bo tuken out and this ful and presented every variety and waited for the tlmo for their celebra- Â¬ tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever kind of tinware known to the tinners tion to come nlno cuses out of ton are caused by were simple und catarrh wliicn is nothing but an in The ceremonies art und were iiumerousand beautiful and in every way suitable for tho plain and tho arrangements wore all flamed condition of tho mucous sur which they signal that could have been desired to pre- fuce will give One Hundred Dollars tin wedding Wo vent any rioting or trouble of any for any case of deafness caused by W ized catarrh that cannot be cured by Wo cannot undertake to mention kind The Spanish garrison left on ship Halls Catarrh Curo Send for ciroven hnlf of those who tho names of culars free were pretcnt and will content our accompttuying Castellanos Immedi OHEENEY CO Toledo 0 J ceremonies COrSold by Druggists 76c selves with saying that very few of ately atter tho Halls Family PUla are the best our best people were absent and a Thus cuds an era of the most out Â¬ of this amount was covered by Insurance fallen in love The secret that lay hidden all these years is revealed Legislatures Meet the villain is driven out in disrace th re is a happy little denoue- The Legislatures of New York Inmeat diana Tennessee Montana Minne Tim company is advantageously sota California Nebraska Pennsyl- Â¬ w II cast and well balanced Mrs vania Michigan and Wisconsin met as Miss Arzelia Clay Clement this week und organized for busi Â¬ Thompson the deceased oflicers ness daughter adds toiler personal charms In several of them there will be trained talent that lies dormant in hot contests for U S Senator Cluis Mason The new Dominion S Dullield Jeflry D Williams II These ar dangerous times for the Mis Nell McEwin and MNs Ger health Croup colds and throat trude OMalley share the other trouble lead to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure honors at the At Capital Opera Iloue Tuesday used health right atlnio will preserve large amount of and life Jan 10 money Pleasant to take children like it Tyler Hemphill Spains Exit Cuba Free Onier S irr1re1itercgoa iif una winnu UUUglllPi Willi SET I JLgerLt 101 AND 102 ANN STREET HasEmnn i the Eh pita I Hntel Â¬ j Built on strictly solentlfio principles and of tho highest grade materials Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can wo do It Simplicity in construction and not belonging to tho Type Â¬ writer Trust result in an honost product at an honest price You need a typewriter It adds tone to your business and jb the greatest time and labor saver of modern time Tho Bllckens dorfor is the only high grado machine at reasonable cost Durable Portable Visible Work Interchangeable Type Unvarying Alignment Unoxcolled ManlfoIderNo Ribbon Nuisance The only typewriter receiving hlghost award at Worlds Fair Greatly Improved slnoo Adopted by the Western Tolon Tele BSTSond fqr catalogue and testimonials fiF Typewiitei Â¬ graph Co Â¬ Â¬ MOOEE BROS 125 Gen 018 Â¬ Agent D E Fayette St BalUmoro Md F St N W Washington 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J- - 20000 bolts wall pnpor at 4c WM CROMWELL Agent for Dooring and upward Attorney at Law mowers and binders Oliver plows Studobakor wagons bug- Â¬ Frankfort Kentucky Main streot and rlEffLflfti6 Will practice In tut gies stoves S22r2iHIfi5ata attln adjoining countlei St Olair stroot BlTjipecIal attantiou to the put chase and tale of real estate collecUon ot rents M A Collins Jan 20 1 y claims and the negotiation it loana V 1 itriuMjtfhi mWTMK Bamsmtm m Diwyju rrT WmBSM uTfw sT tw i tttF fijjry1 n MMfBNHHBmMaHllHnifB Tf1 iMmmjim wufaina fvw 5 a yj 1 Airiter Clearance Sale IHIOG ES J03H3STS03N sxx 3tAiir 7VHcJ All of our stock of Woolen Dress Goods Black and Colored will Tbe closed out at cost Cloaks at half price 1000 Cloaks for 500 1250 Cloaks for 625 1500 Cloaks for 750 2000 Cloaks for 1000 c MILLINERY All trimmed and untrimmed hats and bonnets at 50 cts oh the dollar Underwear at cost We do not intend to carry over any winter goods if prices will sell them -- m d street s ji TV - fi Promoted Prosperity Centennial of Transylvania University Â¬ of this city Third Kentucky Volunteers has been selected for appointment upon the stnfT of MnJ Gen Ludlow In Havana Culm This Is a deserved promotion as Uapt Gaines Is a good disciplinarian and fine executive officer He is peculiarly fitted for the kind of work he has done and will have to do The citizens of Columbus Ga pre- Â¬ sented Capt Gaines with a hand- Â¬ some gold medal as a tribute to his management of the Provost Guard ttipt Noel Galne- - Just Tribute to a Good Man In the Baptist Argus of this week 000 Thnf la frt Q1t j ouj tltnf mn ltnnltrwwxvmA wiHi ncuuvuucvuuiD there is pul dished a fine picture of the greatest exporting nation in the our long time friend Mr Stephen Black a deacon of the Providence I Tho 100th anniversary of the foundThe following figures which are ing of Transylvania University now taken from the New York World OF THE University show that the year 1898 was the most known as Kentucky prosperous one ever experienced In was celebrated at Lexington on Sunday night the history of this country A large crowd was present to We have sold to other nations FRANKFORT KY listen to the addresses more of our products than we ever did before the figures beinjr 1230- - President Ethelbert Dudley War DECEMBER 31 t 1808 College Penn a 000000 this years against 1009714 field of Luyfettn delivered RESOURCES 807 last year a gain of more than graduate of Transylvania the principal address in lieu of Loans mid Discounts less loans to 180000000 in one year and a gain J183U38 19 Directors Bishop Dudley who was ill Loam to Directors omcerj not Ir of 405000000 over 1895 43H 69 cluied Professor McGarvey and others Loans to Otllcers MM 88 We have sold more goods to 172 80 Ovcrdafts Unsecured 51439 52 Due from ttntlonnl Banks other countries this year than hasi also delivered addresses Pup from State Banks and any other nation In the world our Gov Bradley and his staff and 979 6 Bankers 52 419 17 exports exceeding even those of other prominent citizens from all Other Real Estate 1812 78 parts of the State whs present 401 000 USUonds Great Britlan by more than 60000 23ol 7 Other tocks and Bonds STATEMENT Live StocR Is the title of a DEPOSIT BANK unique little emi nionrniu Journal in the Interests of the breeder of Cattle oheep Swine Poultry 4o and will be a source of information to ull who rAvotod BniRll M I I receive it -- Skin I Diseases Furniture and Fixtures stamp Account Premiums on U 8 Bonds Exchange for Clejirlngs 2912 47 SMMQ 45 fO The subscription price of Live Btook i8 8SUM0 327099 15 Baptist Church The picture is accompanied by strong tributes from his pastor Rev E F Wright hla former pastor Rev E 8 Aldeman 2tev Dr J R Sampey of the South- Â¬ ern Baptist Seminary and Mr Waller H Lewis The beauty or it ull Is that the tribute Is every word as true as gospel and they did not wait un- Â¬ til the good man was under the sod to say mi Â¬ man uver oe- fore of other nations so that our ex- cess of exports over import Is nearly double what It was before In 1897 it was 357000000 the highest figure ever reached This year It is about v UUjiiiK icaa For tho speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rneum ana eczema Unami berlaioa Eye and Skin Ointment is smfig 000000000 32709915 j1 is no wonaer mat besides pay- Dr Cadys Condition Powders for ltif off ennrmmiainrinlitorlinoo DAVID KICOL Cashier n wWMWilIMMiVUw3ttmyHU blood to ana nuying enormous amounts of horses are the best tonic cents purifier Subscribed and sworn rt before me br David andvermifuge Price 25 Sold by Nicol Cashier We 3rd iy of January Notary American Coughing lining of your throat and lungs It Is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducing your weight losing your appetite bringing on a slow fever and maklne evervihine exactly right for the germs of con sumption Stop coughing and you will get well of nothing better to tear the We know l Av 1 tr A SV W cures coughs of every kind An ordinary cough disap- Â¬ pears in a single night Trie racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mas- Â¬ And if not too far tered along the coughs of con- Â¬ are completely sumption cured Ask your druggist for one of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster evr 4 It will aid the action ot the Cherry Pectoral If you have any complaint what and desire Ilia belt medical adrlce you can twiilblr obtain write ui freely You wlllrecelve a rompt reply that mayba of great aluetoynu AiMren iw i u a i u ixjweu man A dividend of 3 per cent will be paid We have hail nil sorts of weather News Item on the Capital Stock of this bank on in the last few days snowy cold demand Dangerous Blaze warm bright gloomy and dark December 15th a special train All you who are not satisfied with CONDITION OF THE At 6 oclock on Wednesday morn this variety will have to emigrate to con istinjf of thirty cars of woven ng some one passing the drugstore Farmers Bank of Kentucky wire fence lett the Western Avenuo nmt Station Chicago via the Chicago and ofDrS BHolmes corner of Main North Western Hallway for Lin- Â¬ and St Clair streets saw tho window And Brandies a Fine Pieco of Color Work coln Nebraska This shipment was uunu in tne show window on fire the largest ever made at one and gave the alarm By tho time December 31 1898 time over any railroad and An experienced art aritic gives the North Western Line demon Â¬ the firemen arrived and aroused Mr it as his opinion that there will be strated Its progressive spirit by furASSETS Fred Miller the drug clerk sleeping no handsomer piece of color work Notes Dl counted nishing a Apt fiat train lor it 776812 in the room up stairs the blind had otHzaiv 1281 037 13 issued this year than Hoods Sarsa Bills ot Excnaime burned loose and fallen among some Mi 67 Milts whoc wheat flour is not and lor 1809 It is Bandsfcstute Stock 107 91 17 nndlMnklu HoUe Ittul toilet articles totally ruining them parilla Calendar giving but is more 84 73 only health Law Ex not only useful but artistic and Piotests ensex 27 25 The fire was cheeked before any 3 tf palatable than white Hour 630 W beautiful and up to date The Kevt nm Stamps j serious loss was sustained 233 13 15 Loss Due from Banks W41M 27 charming American Girl whose Cash was covered by Insurance 357214 42 origin of the tire is supposed to beautiful face appears with a del- Â¬ The vkAAJ 50 YEARS 1815489 56 have been from an electric wire icately painted Hug in the back Â¬ EXPERIENCE LIABILITIES which runs a fan In thestorecom ground makes a pleasing teature 972300 00 wm anyone will be pleased to Ctpital Stock Ing in contact with some ornaments 70311 13 DenoclU 514 U have before Inin the whole of lolls iluit liiiriiltf lvrijllkaa in the show window 72 0 UlltMld We suppose druggists will have Dividends fo Jl 1944t i0 Ulvlit ml Knntl to Par luxes b87 First German this Calendar or a copy may be burnlus Fund 8Vs8 41 Trade Mabk9 3421 1i obtained by bending G cents to 0 Comlnsent Fund Designs 43235 13 The Frankfort German Club will I Hood Copyrights Ac Co Lowell Mass 66 Mni a akotcb and description may A 18l54iJ give the tlrst of a series of Germans qui n our opinion free whether an Invention ii iifiiijnhly patentable Communica in the ball room of the Capital Hotel Hot Roast Red tions strictly coiuldentlal Handbook on ratecta Si 8827 73 Profit and Loss Account tent free Oldest Agency for securing patents Disposed of as follows t on Friday night next January 13th latents taken throuen Munn A 0 Dividend No ill 2 ner cent 1 19111 00 rptcw notice wltnout charge in tne tUM tO Saxtona celebrated orchestra will The grand jury of Jefferson county fund to lMy Tixes abW 77 surplus Fund Scientific furnish the muie 28827 73 at its Until adjournment on Saturday A handsomely Illustrated neekly Ijireest eir The club will give these delight Â¬ mudo tho hottest kind of a report in Terms 13 a dilation of any sclentlllo Journal A W OVEHTOX LAbMXK year four months fL Sold by all newsdealora ful atlalis at Intervals throughout which it charged that Mayor Weaver Sulnvlbed und sworn to before me this 2d day New York MUNN fcCo3 the season of which due announce and tho Hoard of Safety hampered orJanuinWJ Rotary JOHN A HUla A Branch Offlco 025 V St Washington D C Fuullc Frtukllu Count ment will be made them in their investigations tied the We know that all tho young folks hands of the Chief of Police and In thN section have been anxiously other otllcers In favor of tho pool looking for this announcement rooms and gambling dens of tho city Four Sets of Elopers It demanded tho resignation of all -- CASH oflkers who wero unwilling to do On Wednesday morning there wero tholr duty under the law In assisting ROYAL Best Patent Flour per hundred 230 four couples of elopers that went to In suppressing the known violations QUEEN 2nd Patent Flour per hundred 220 Louisville ou the D AO L N train of its provisions Family Flour per hundrod 210 DVISY Two couples wero from Shelby and Altogether it created nbout the FANCY Low Grade Flour per hundred 200 two from Henry county They most sensational affair of the kind 60 Corn Meal per bushel crossed over to Jellersonvillo and that has occurred In that city for 50 Corn per bushel wero made happy many days But thats all 70 Shinstutr por 100 lbs I securities there we have imported during the first six months of this year about 135000000 in goloto balance accounts ti its continued use effects a permanent core It also cures itch barbers itch nld hfa Bre IJPP18 itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and runato granulated lids 3tik Vinltnl Stock until In In cash Surplus Fund undivided proms J Due depositor us follows viz Deposits subject to check on which Interest is not palii Dim Ktnta Runic Mini Rinker Unpaid Dividends LIABILITIES 50 Cents Per Year But it may be had for n few weeks in connection with the Roundabout for only 125 for the two This low price may be withdrawn soon so you are ad- Â¬ vised to tHke ndviuitHge of it at once nil anil pee ns or send order through u so as to ot the combination price Address 477 4C0 10 76 28 223 27 2l par taxes 217 123 2ftJ 2 0 i 564 31 Wl 50 01 U KEENON lr PubUc Weather Variety ROUNDABOUT DIVIDEND NOTICE I Â¬ 1 U1 -- 1 I CD 1 American I Â¬ Â¬ ROYHL MILLS QUOTATION grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty Tho smullest things may oxort tho Custom createst Inlluence Do Witts Llttlo JSnrly Wsers are unequalled for over iT Judge J P llobson hits appointed ommR constipation mid liver Air 11 E Combs of Glasgow as his troubles Small pill best pill safo pill Tyler Hemphill fatonogmphcr and luw clerk Appointed L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kontiuky i Jtnlitafiuir ft ti x uinnnrinninnnnrinvinnnnnnntnnnnmimtnnnnjmnjinjuuu GOODS HONEST SOID AT HAJav MUM fsaEE Honest Prices in Honest Ways v a The above we have demonstrated as being absolutely true We guarantee our goods and our chstomers accept them with confidence in what we say Why Because the Watches Jewelry Sterling Silver and silver plated wares we sell are made by the best manufacturers only A SELBERT ruihnnnnjvinnjmnnminjinnnjuutnnrinnnjirinjuinnnjuuu li i Reliable Jeweler Frankfort Ky ruinnuuti Mi - a V p RELIGIOUS 1 L McOrondy rector Mr Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 4p m Sunday school in the chapel at 946 Rdv R A80EN8ION Episcopal Church am 4 in the chapel All seats free and everyone dially welcome Senvices Wednesday afternoon at cor- Baptist Church Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 7 p m The Young Peoples Society Iwlll meet at 6 p m Braver meeting Wednesday night at 7 oclock Immediately after the Olass in Sacred Literature will moot prayer-meeting tiuuday sohool In the Chapel at 945 a m Speoial classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially invited Â¬ Christian Church Rev George Darsle the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Morning Subject Evening subject Sanctified Ambition Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 p m Leader Manne chapel In the Powell A Precious Invitation Topic Prayer meeting Wednesday night In the Chapel at 715 oclock An Inward Look Topic Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 330 oclock Sunday sobool meets at 930 The public will be cordially welcomed to all these services and especially strangers in the city Â¬ sentod to deliver a short addross to young men in the Association parlors on Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock A violin solo will bo rendered by Mr Tho meeting will Louis Harris doubtless prove unusually interesting All mon cordially invited to attend The Y M 0 A Congress will convene on Monday evening next January 9tbat 730 p m At the meeting held last week the question of seating the Mormon representative from Utah occasioned a lively and interesting debate in which several members participated and the resolution was finally referred for more careful consideration to a special committee which will report its conclusions at the meeting on Monday nightOther important measures will also receive attention The first Sunday Rally of the New year was woll attended and tho speaker Mr Thomas P Grant gave an excellent talk on the theme Pressing Forward which was closely listened to and appreciated by the audience A pleasing solo was sung by Miss Maude Whitehead Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Dr Of No 544 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky will bo at tho Capital Hotel Frank fort Ky I GOLDSTEIN Â¬ Tuesday and Wed January 10 11 Mil ft is Place to Get Ir are re h 5 Jjpstl m Returning onoe enoh month Eyes ex nraincd and glasses scientifically justed ad-8-l- y Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burn and Skin Diseases These are Bias immediately relieved and quickly For every member ef the fnmlly NothinK is more acceptable to the wife mother cured by De Witts Witch Hazel l PnMcrns Sik Waift Pntterni Jaokek ol Nob ColBreUe Salve Beware of worthier imita- Â¬ tions Tyler Hemphill For the hnsbBnd tnther or brother nothinK will dclitrht them more thnn some Letter From Capt Noel Qaines Â¬ Ms rm Xi Headquarters 2nd Di vision 1st Army Corps Ofpick of Provost Mar Â¬ shal Columbus Ga January 1st 1819 8 8o8penJer8 Kid Gloves a Necktie Silk Moffler ornUmbeHa For the honje wife a pjlr of oor fine all wool Blanket Eiderdown Comforji Table Towla and Naplilti will give them joy for the year 1809 Qnallty never better and prices lower thnn ever before offered Our line of Black Drees Goods is larger and more complete than ever Oar country customers Â¬ M j quested to examiue oor line before they buy m Frankfort Agency Â¬ fH K Rvwt Â¬ Â¬ andies Bonbons Chocolates Afj Main St Opposite City Hall Paid in Full FOE I always love to hear from my friends at home and thought like- Â¬ wise you and several I have all through tho conuty would love to know how I am getting along Therefore I have sent you inclosed a clipping from the Columbus Ledger on Editor of the Roundabout HEENEY S Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Jan 1st 1899 I am doing nicely and getting along fine All the hoys from Frankfort who are in the 3rd are well We will leave very shortly for Mutanzas Cuba and I suppose we will get our till of war c I wish you much success and a very prosperous new year I have the honor to remain Very respectfully yours TECE R T- BEST f ii IS 11 IIS JX1- - Catholic Church The usual services to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor r Iigh mass Low mass at 730 a m 10 am Vespers at 730 p m Rev Â¬ Averills Drug Store Nokl Qaines LOWEST PRICES Coluitib h Ledger s State Treasurer Long has issued a ni and checks for 275124 the balance of pastor will preach at and 730 p m the money duo to the teachers of Sunday school at 046 a m common schools of the State The Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 p m in Sunday school rfiom Â¬ checks were sent out to the County Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Superintendents on Thursday This ing at 730 is the full amount due to January Int La Grippe N again epidemic Methodist Church Rev T P Taliaferrotho pastor will preach at Every precaution should be taken to 11 a m at tho Y M O A owing to uvolii it Its specific cure Is One tho repairs being made on tho Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd church Publisher Agricultural Journal and No evening service Advertiser Elden Mo snjv No Sundav sohool meets at 930 a in one will be disappointed inuring One atY MC A Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Epworth League convenes at CM5 Pleasant to take quick to act ladies parlor p m in tho Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Tyler Hemphill ing at 730 p m at Y M 0 A Grand and Petit Juries The Pastors Aid Society will meet at 3 oclock each Wednesday afer noon at the Church Tho following gentlemen compo o Olllclal Board meets Tuesday even tho grand jury in the Circuit Court ing The public cordially invited to nt Frank Pfeffer foreman Joiah Ponn tend Sam Cogswell Win Utterlmck Sol Bishop Rod Hawkins Jeff Lewis SouthkrnPhe9Byterian Church John II Bowon J II Sheets J A Rov Win Crowe jr tho pastor will Glass S W Howell and W M Bris preach at 11 a in and 730 p m Sunday sohool at 930 a m tow Young PeoplesSooietv of Christian Tho following nre tho petit Jurors 0 15 p m Endeavor meets at Wednesday ovon It I Baker A O Tori Ill Win Prayer mooting Gate wood G M Tanner T lngut730 To all these meetings tho public is Dailoy M It Pearce Then White cordlaliyiiivited Luke Ilarrod E Power John N Crutcher Robt C Nlcol N M Awuiiat irilTINO OP B Y P IT Criitflier L T Watklns C II The Baptist Young Peoples Union of Jullnii II M WIuh J W Satter Kentucky isev ax u auams oi mis city President will meet with tho white Lewis Lee C II Thomas J ohurch at Ovntlimnu on Tuesday and II lien ill Horace Ilarrod B D Wednesday next January 9th and Carter John T Iloekensmitli Den lOtb Quito an attractive programmo lias boon prepared and some of the nis Murphy F M Slieltou Ben most oloquontnnd scholarly mon ot Slatterv Moses Metis Allen Hamil that denomination will uko part ton Howard Black Monroe Shields There will bo deloifitos present from tho First Baptist Church of tills city Presbyterian FirstMcCIusky Blayney Church D D tho J 11 MEDAL FOR CAPTAIN GAINES The handsome medal which tho people of Columbus presented to Captain Noel Gaines Marshal of tho Provost Guard was received from the engraver by Chief of Police Williamson yesterday It Is adream of artistic design and beauty In presenting this badge to Cap- Â¬ tain Gaines tho citizens of Columbus only paid fitting tribute to a manly man whoso sterling qualtities its an ofiicer nnd gentleman will he recog nized Instantly no mutter where he goes JOI limn 3000 3500 W We will wager 1500 that no bloyole manufacturer In America Is producing a High Grade Ulcrcle equal to our 1808 American Speoial on which has been plaeed a price ot 136 and Is offering to tho general puullo to all alike Further that our 50 J EWARD Â¬ Columbus feels proud to have its emblem worn on the breast of such an efficient officer 1750 2250 Â¬ Bears tho Signature of OASTOHXA Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money VNNNW Weemnlov no traveling men Issue no oxnenslve circulars sell our entire outnut to ttas only have no had debts therefore can soil IJICIVOI1K8 IOO per cent cash riders for Yiam Villj aIi ah Ua nnti tnannfnitnra in t ha TTwi I a A QtntAD W nanOii iIcaii lira tat one can succeed in so dolnjf Our bicycles are sent subject to approval without any advanc whatAVAr Wfl ftxnftot to nell 15000 blcvalep In 1898 and wo onlv wnnt to rnnUn 1100 aaV I Wo much prefer to sell 15000 at a protttof f 100 oacb tbau 1000 at tlft etoh Any prices you that you should pay for extravagances and bad debts ot others Bur of I oneoonvlneen J iivn inn min BIHn Unit PATATnnilH AT DMHR th The Kind You nave Always Bought IK NEW STORE 108 S nl I CO Co AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio MMaiaiaiaiaMiiaiiiaiaiaixiiaiiaia wiiMit m WMMiMiimiiiiiMiaMiiaiaMiMiwusuaMHl MMDMiMm miyr Sunltlng members ol th former Arm ol Duhme IUtutilUliei over bulf u eintury HAVE OPBNED THEIR NEW STORE At lies 37 and 39 E Fourth Street Where may be found a Splendid Assortment of Farmers Meetings WATCHES DIM0NDS Â¬ JEWELRY SILVERWARE FINE STATIONERY ETC Wedding Invitations Calling Cards and Dies for Embossed Stationery Hugravcil by Kxpert Workmen In the most approved styles Mail Order Promptly Filled Goods sent tor selection to any part 01 me u a Auaress Â¬ YM C A NOTES Bean tho con- Signature of OASTORXA j iii8 Kind You iiatfl Always Bought Judgo J P Hobson has kindly DUHME BROS 7 and CO OINOINNATI O 30 East Fourth St Hon Lucas Mooro Commissioner of AKricuIturo luw timingcd with Prof M A SeovllI of tho A M College Lexington and other noted Bpeclultats who tiro well up on mut Â¬ ters of interest to the farmers of tho State to hold Farmers Institutes In dlflerent counties of tho Stato during tho month of January Quito a numher of vory successful meetings wero held during tho month of December Tho following are tho places and dates at which these meetings will bo held irvlngton llrcekinridgo county January 8 aiid 4 Curdsvllle liviea county January and 7 Morgan Held January 0 and 10 Princeton January 11 and 12 kMittllsnnvillu January and II Benton January 15 and 17 JJardwelL January Iff ami li Church Hill Christian equnjy January 211 nud 21 Ilurksvlllo Jan uary 21 and 23 Lebanon January 27 nud 28 J - Jlii a UMjaamdmmmadtm frWfrjirwKiqjm I 7 1 rBtBJ lf Weddina Presents BEAU TiFUL ASSORTM Eft I ll 1Lj W I 11 it My 5c 10c 25c 50c 100 Tables -- vsrill be worth looking at or Hi tf i fi m lYllfi m A m About the most disagreeable no one who know him ever doubted weather of the season wits that of his honesty of purpose A great man litis fallen Perhaps the highest tribute to his Thursday night and yesterday It JudeC 0 Cox died at his real personal character is found In the snowed sleeted rained and snowed denee in Qukville on the morning of fact that though he never speculated again making every thing out of December 15 1898 In business was economical in his doors in n perfect slush and walking Every one had the Judge Cox was born in tho Stute of habitB yet after a long and eventful miserable Kentucky on Dec 8 1828 Hi life during which many opportuni- Â¬ horrors boyhood days were spent on the ties existed for the accumulation of How to Prevent Pneumonia hanks of the Eikhc rn near Frank wealth he died u poor man In the death of C C Cox the State You are perhaps aware that pneu- Â¬ Jbrt At tho age of 12 years he came vto nnd county has lost a great man monia always results from a cold or Gen education an unfailing and earnest from an attack of ia grippe During Texas with his brother-in-laof la the Sidney Sherman of San Jacinto advocate society an ornament of ago epidemic many grippe a few years cases resulted In when so Texas navy at simplicity and virtue The purity of pneumonia it was observed that tho lame He joined the as mid shipman until annexation his life his high integrity and his attack was never followed by that In 1849 he was among the many spotless character had won for him disease when Chamberlains Cough Remedy was used It counteracts who made the overland trip to Cali- - the admiration und affection of all any tendency of a cold or la grippe lornla He remained in California with whom he came in close touch to result in that dangerous disease No marble shaft is needed to per- - It Is tho best remedy in the world until 1855 to Tevas in 1850 petuate his memory Tho record of for bad colds and la grippe Every Upon his return bottle lie came and settled upon the Neuc- - his dealings with his fellow men as Gayle warranted For sale by J W ces river near the place where his civilian soldier and Jurist arelndel How Many More body now rests and engaged In tho ibly written upon the tables of their stock business In 1851 ho raised a minds company and spent four years in tho The knowledge of his death is an If we remember correctly the army encouragement to us to live better weather wise said that as the first In 1880 he was elected to tho office lives to live in the full discharge of snow of the season fell on the 17th of county judgo of Live Oak county our every duty for he who does his day of the month we were to have which office he held until Dec 6 duty well does not llvo in vain it di seventeen snows this winter Now 1898 rects us to better and noble ends and if we have not made a miscount wo Judge Cox was twice married aimo of life and fully Illustrate that have had some twelve or thirteen His first wife was Fannio George none of us can hope to reach a higher already So if the pld saying is cor- Â¬ daughter of Major George of Seguln perfection than by endeavoring to rect we are near the end of snow storms for this winter Texas From this union three emulate him children were born Two of whom1 To tho grief stricken wife to tho But ahl theres the rub Mrs H T Staples of Mathis Texas sad and sorrowing daughter and son Revenue Collections and Judge S S Cox of San Patrido to the mourning friends I tender the county survive him His second sympathies of a sad and sorrowing Deputy Collector Jacob Swigert wife was Nellie Stedman of Frank heart that knew and loved the de has collected internal revenue taxes fort Ky of this union the wife ceased well May God who does all for the month of December as fol- Â¬ things well by His spirit directp our lows 1087 barrels G7589 8 10 tax alone survive His death was quiet and peaceful minds to find in His word solace and gallons amount of tax 7485878 It was like the setting of a summer comfort directing you to a meeting Coughing Injures and inflames aun About ms neu siue were beyond this lifo where no partings sore lungs One Minute Cough Cu re loosens the cold allays coqglung and gathered Ids wife Ins children and wm come Is the prayer of heals quickly The hest cough cure Ciiuimjti his nephew Dr E grand children FH for children Tyler Homphill S Cox of Galveston Texas and Better HEADACHE cured In 20 minutes by Dr Miles inany friends druggist witnessed profunder Run Fills Ono cent a dote At I hove never We are glad to know that Hon or deeper grief over the demise of John W DIngloy of Maine the Grippe Successfully Treated La any man leader of the Republican party In the As u man he was without a is better sec- - Lower House of Congress blemish In character as father und nnrl I have just recovered from the ittiL tf lit irrltmu Hlld UOitP and hopes are entertained of his final husband he was affectionate generous suys Mr James A Jones publisher recoyery from his recent dangerous Nand just In illness He is a pure clean man of the Leader Mexia Texas A strongly marked individuality the latter ease I Uied Chamberlains distinguished him in his ioionul Cough Remedy and I think with Cure for LaGrippe success appearance bearing and eonversa- - considerable over twoonly being in days against bed a little Calm self poised dignified ten days for the former attack The tion Tako u pill containing four grains and yet genial and nccessablo to all second attack I am satisfied would of assafcodita every three hours equally as bad as the first This is guaranteed as a suro cure by I he was a fine type of tho Southern have been but for the use of this wiiieily ns I tue Doctor in cnarge oi mo urao olden time gentleman of the had to go to bed in about sixlioiirs Orchard Keeley Cure In a long public life no man who after being Struck with It while in knew him ever doubted his integ- the tiril cuse I was ntil tu attend to Orevetted rity or believed that he could do a business about two days holore net For saiu by J W dishonorable act So positive and thin down Col John B Castleman has been Gayle uncompromising was he in advocat- appointed Brevet Brigadier General of Volunteers by President Mc Kinley The commission was signed and delivered to Gen Castle man on Thursday Gen Castleman s a competent and trained soldier and tho President honored Ken tucky by the appointment C fFroiu I lie oik Texas Leailer ing whnt he believed to be right that Touching Tribute to the Late Judge ho could not escape censure und yet C O H IT Cox T BUCK Disagreeable AMAZUNU j w 150 soles li have placed on our counter about 75 pairs of tho finest Indies shoes in the store which sold at 500 350 and 300 luce and but- Â¬ ton pointod toes heavv nnd Imhf While they last you can have your choice for 150 Wo BARGAINS 125 gain not often I found A lot of Misses shoes worth from 200 to 300 sizes 11 to 1 round toes heavy wolted soles SI1003 that are stylish but only a few pair of each kind A bar- A These Prices Only For Cash J McCLTJRES 212 er ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY AjWk YOU NEED A DAILY NEWSPAPER IT ONLY COSTS Â¬ r To read every day In the year FOR SALE BY- - i Wi TB The Louisville R ROGERS ly SONS KU U Â¬ Evening Post The Evening Post has the Septll Â¬ NOTICE InIbaNKRUPTCV In the District Uour of tlie Unltnl States tor the lbtlMHstrlct or Kentucky IN THE MATTKHOK L A THUMBO BANK lMT I llANKKlUTtY N01 A Trumbo of Franklin To the creditors of county uml cl str ct aforesaid a bankrupt i t Notice In hereby Klven that ou tlie 4tn uuy of A Trumbo was lumiary A 1 1 IK tlie mild duly luljudkitted baukruktit und that tlie llrst will be unlit at my olllce niertlm of Ills creditors Boutlmest corner Jiiilu nnd bt Clair In Krmik lott on tlie lbtli diy of January A P i8i at 12 oclock noun at wtilcli time tho said creditors may attend provo their claims appoint u trus- Â¬ tee examine tho bankrupt und transact uncli other business us muy properly come before said I Market Reports State News Frankfort News Washington News Short Stories Womens Page Childrens Page condition Tonio blood rmrlHer nnd vermifuge They are not food but medicino and the beat in uso td put a horso in primo condition Price 23 cents per package Dr Cadys Condition Fomlerslire just what a horso needs when In bad 4 a For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co ni Tlitt uiiitenlsneil has been by tho Franklin County Court duly unpointed hiu qualified the Administrator will the will annexed ot W II WitKit utr ilectfiMvil All pers m lnd Med to lilm are requested to make prompt pigment to me mid ml those havluu claims nvalnt said estate will prove them upas required by law mid list them nltli mo or pavniHiit L- - WAdOENKR Adulntiilrttor with tin will annexed or w II Wiigijeiier D caMsaa 191t - RATES 1 By MH Only 200 130 THE BEST WASHING POWDER BWCBEHSBH 12 Months 6 Months 3 Months Month iuo 50 meetln i DWLINDSKY Itefrrco Il n ink uptcy ulurict No lb Jim 7 10 CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER Samp Copies Furnished On Application i 3i A r- - r Cf i SHOES IF YOU PREFER QUALITY TO STYLE I SHOES vj Watch our BIG SHOE fWINDOW for the greatest bargains ever offer- Â¬ ed in Mens Pine Shoes 500 and 600 Patent Leather Shoes 15030O tt 500 Calf and Cordovan Shoes 150 This lot of shoes are made Iby some of the largest and most celebrated makers of mens fine footwear in the United States These goods will be sold for cash only No goods exchanged and no money refunded on these goods D O GrutGtier Switzer Dividends 7 Co AND tub Frankfort RounaaDout FRANKFORT JANUARY 1819 Zilpah tft k t ulne Christinas one time more if a Kood time und lots of sport is any Everyone criterion to go by seemed to be meiry and enjoy the ft t ihntr hoiirin content The Christmas tree was a success in every sense It was nicely decorated and loaded beyond its strength with nice presents for all The merchants Montgomery and Samples did a llvelv business and the town took on a general boom Nice dinners were prepured and served in style and all enjoyed themselves nicely Mrs Annie Thomas and daughter of Carlisle spent Christmas with her mother Mrs David Graves and relatives of this community Mrs Ham Snook of Consolation and Mrs Rintha Cook were the -- guests of Mrs Ike Moore one day the past week Mr John W Moore and wife of the Burg spent Christmas with his parents Mr W B and Mrs Bettio Moore Mr John Roberts of Croppers was the guest of Mrs Wilson Mooro one day this week Mrs Louisa Dowden of Baileys Mill parsed through our community this week Wonder where Johnnie was Come Johnnie that wont do be on time bo useful und handy open wide the gates Mr Merrell Moore son of Mr iviioin rirn who vvhh nocidentallv shot in the nose by his brother Christmas eve is doing very we i While tUe wound is not necessar lv dangerous yet will disfigure him very much Miss Addle Moore is the guest of her bmpler and his wife of the Burg ttfis week Mr J B Jlooro has completed his contract on the Jacksonville and Stivers Mill turnpike and will have it received by the road commission- Â¬ ers this week Mr Charles Samples will move his store the first of March to his home one mile north of this place George Montgomery will occupy the store house he now is in School closed at Fallen Rock District No 37 on Tuesday before Christmas Miss Helena Cowherd the teacher returned to her home nearShelbyvillc the day following She taught a good school ana the pupils advanced in their studies nicely Miss Helena is a mce may and a fair teacher and won the good will of her pupils and patrons Long may she live to instruct and teach the young Is our wish Subscribe for and read tho Round about If you want the news Â¬ The Deposit Bank declared its reg- Â¬ Lv Lexington Rev W M Nevens will preach Is gone and the new year is here ular scnji aunual dividend of three Ar Versailles us bid it welcome unci try to to morrow night Let Ar LareniThi per cent improve each day so as to be happy Ar Shelby villa Mr Will Green and Mr Hunt These banks are all managed upon Ar Ioul villo in all our undertakings Switzer make their way to Peaks safe and reliable basis Train Noh I lion Chair Cirj Jacksonville can boast of a gen- - Mill every Sunday afternoon but j Welcome new year Tho old year in Midway with fever is well enough to begin cent school Monday The Farmers Bank declared a Uiv KABTnOPNl Louisville Misses Maude Head and Lullo Idend of two per cent upon the bus- Â¬ Lt ShelbyvlUc Jones and Messrs Joe Clark and iness of the lust six months and Ar Lurcncebg Ar Versailles Walter Smith spent part of last week placed 10000 to tho credit of tho Ar Lexington Ar surplu WESTUOIIND ThoBank of Kentucky has declared Lagrippe raging in our burg its semi annual dividend of four per Mr E II Jones who has been ill SOUTHERN RAILWAY No1 No 5 I Frankfort Cincinnati Railway ONI Y DIIIECT LINE BETWEEN IN KENTUCKY I fehfulule lu eflect lire 18 180K CINGiNNAII FRANKFORT they say they are not going much longer See See What has become of our friend We would like to White Roe hear from him Mr Richard McConnell says there are not any girls in Switzer half so pretty as his little Elkhorn girl Say some one have a great big social and let us all come Then Ill give it a puffin our dear old Round Â¬ 1 1 TO inctori No EASTUOUNU 13 C ALIFORNIA i No 10 10 It 3 30pm 74iam 5 55pm 9 ftSnrn NEW ORLEANS with tbe Southern Pacific connection via fl 1 045pm 700pml 4Um Mam EA8TDOUND Through Weekly about AH Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Cincinnati und Louisville on I C R R fast New Orleans Limned train No 15 ItNo 07 330pm 74hm 5 02nm 9 0iim 017pm 10 liUm 040pm III I dim 7 Upm 1305pm EAST1IOUND tNo that dont take this paper in our village had better subscribe o you will get all the news SWITZERITE Thanks lVERY THURSDAY For Los Angeles and San Francisco without change The Limited also connects at New Orleans daily with Express Train for the Pacific Coast and on Tuesday and Saturdays with the I ItNo 740am LlOpm 102 am 020pm UiWam 7 05pm llMDtn aftipm 1 05pm STATIONS We have received the following nice note from one of our little friends for which we tender thanks SDKSET LISTED o tho Southern Pacific flHHEX giving special through service to San Francisco Particulars of Agent ol thn 1 Editor Roundabout Peaks Mill Ky Jan 1 1899 I am a little girl six years old and I like to read the Roundabout S G HATCH Dlv Hass Agent Cincinnati 0 JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis W C UK and connecting llnea HANSON 0 P A AH A KELLONDAa p a Louisville Chicago Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Lv Louisville Ar Lexington Ar Knoxvltlc Ashevillo Savannah Jucltsonvlllc ChntlanooKa Atlanta Macon No S 740am ISiprrt 745pm 9 09am 503pm 607pm C UAILWAY SK IFOR TICKErSt VIA F BKfetn BViptD 950pm 10 loam 817pm 10 06pm 1045am 645pm 1035pm Schedule ot Eth 1808 trains in eltect Deeemb No ft No a No 4 AM ilM 1 M 7 30am 4 25pm 5 15am TIUINS EAST Nol No 3 oB 7Mam 4 52pm 5i7am Passr Mixed Mixed aaoam 515pm 555am S 12am 8 05pm 032am 10 40am 735pm 755am Lv Frankfort 70 100 3 40 711 3 62 Elkhorn lM 2 ft anil fl carry Free Observa- 135 4 JO 718 brvltzer between Louis vllle and Lex- 7 165 StiimplngQround 4 111 216 Duval lis 731 41H WESTBOUND neorgetowii 745 4V8 20 HTATtOWB oVentoHii 817 NqJ2 No 14 448 3 ifll 335 825 Ceiitervllle 466 Lv LouNvil Ar 735pm 1040am Vliziibeth a30 600 3 45 Ar LarnebrtrAr 5ICpm 8111am 840 7 20am Ar Paris 510 400 Ar HarmlsbtiAr 4 Ar nurKin uv 4 15pm 710am AM P M A 31 P M WKSTUOUND TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 No 6 No 8 No 10 tNo 08 RTATtONR Pusr Inssr 1nsar Mixed Lv Loulsvll Ar KHOam 735pm Ar 9 lam 0 05pm Lv Paris Ar Shrlbvll 9 30 425 640 Ar Venules Ar 7 Mara 415pm Elizabeth 60 440 940 Ar Midway Ar 7 30am 3 38pm Centervllle 46ft 945 555 Ar UeorKtn Lv 7 00am 300pm Newtown 510 953 e03 Heorgetown WESTBOUND 103J C2I 761 Duvalls 1043 632 810 tNo fl tNo STATIONS Stamping Ground 1050 6 89 822 Lv iXUlsvll Aj 10 40am 735pm Switzer a40 1100 649 Lv VcrUes A 750am 4 45pm HKhorn 1107 6 66 855 ArNlchlvill Ar a Warn 355pm Ar Frankfort 915 1120 710 Ar lllchmnd Lv 005am 3 00pm 130pm Ar Irvine Lv FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI No I No 3 -AM PM AM PM 740am 745pm 700 340 Lv Frankfort Ar 1120 710 10 45nm 10 35pm 745 42 Ar Georgetown Lv 103 620 7 00pm 745am 750 438 Lv Georgetown Ar 1028 61T 5 10am 115pm 1005 640 Ar Cincinnati Lv aso 40jft 5 0am i r 2m 3 r OOOaro 5 55pm 10 Please send me u copy for three months I spent Christmas with my grand- Â¬ parents at Forsee Ky and had a nice time with my cousins FltANKIK FOIISEE HAYDON Terrible Peril By an explosion of an oil can the Carltnville Coal Cos works were set on fire and destroyed covering sev- Â¬ eral acres of buildings imprisoning 100 men in the mines who narrowly escaped suffocation but were finally rescued The scene above ground when tho works were burning among the women and children who had their husbands and fathers in the mines beggared description This occurred on Monday last m BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Jacksonville 055am Chattanooga I0t5pm U30aro Ar Birmingham Ar Meridian 23am 9 55pm 830am 30am Ar New Orleans Havana Train No 1 Cincinnati Florida led carries Through Drawing Room Pull Limi man Sleeping tar between Louisville Atlanta Muoon and Jacksonville connects at Lexing ton or Chattanoogn with Pullman Sleeping cai for New Orleans Free Chair cars between Lou isillo and Lexington Observation Chnlr cars LetAecn Lexington and Koine Cfe cars elegant coaches 1 rain No 3 enrries Pullman Sleeping car be tvcen Louisville Chattanooea and Ulrmtng ham alio Through Sleeping cars from Lexing ton to Jacksonville via Athcvlllo and Savan nah also via Chattanooga and Atlanti Nc change Free Chair car t Lexington to Chatta nooga Through bleeping cars Lexington U New Orleans tDail v except Sunday A WllKDON P T A STSwirr P T A Lexington Ky Louisville Ky J MCULPT M FSOANNON3dVPOM Washington UC Washington D C WATUBKQPA WMHTAYLOEAGPA Louisville Ky Washington D C AAAkAAAAAA 30am lOOim 8 55am 010pm 045am II 50am 2 25pm 9 55pm DalIy except Sunday A 0r N B conncc connects with L withQ 0 The F C Railway in connection with Queen Cresceht Route forms Hie quickest route from Frankfort and Purls to the South nnd via Cincin- Â¬ nati it direct line to the East and West UEO B HARPER Â¬ GenISupt C O JOfaEPlI R NEWTON A OPA TIME TAULE No 2 80GTH Lt Lexington hraiiktort No 33 AM 10 01 PM 520 613 Rhelbrvllle r Louisville 815 911 110 800 No2t 00 NORTH Lv Louisville No 22 A M PM 6 00 Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha ShelDrvllle Ar H30 1018 1115 K MlrlnftTlttitttlftlftif THE POPULAR Frankfort Lexington 1- - 928 74 840 700 TIME TAULE no 15 St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA mm WtjtTltTifl i i SOUTH No 17 AM Low Rates to Cincinnati and 14 Jan 27 and 28 and 11 Feb 24 and 25 March 10 and 11 March 24 and 25 the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway will VESTIBULED TRAINS sell tickets to Cincinnati and return limited to Monday following date of SLEEPERS DINING CARS sale at hall rare to holders of ctncin natj Symphony Orchestra Concert CHAIR CARS tickets These tie kets can be pur M RUOQ TBAV PA8SH AQINTBTLOUIMO chased from ticket agent at Frank HOWARD ELLIOTT OINO MCR tT LOUIS MO fort for50c J R Newton G P A kW WAKCLCV OBN LPAWnAQT TLOUIS MO 13 Feb Jan iiTJTtiiij W gni5imi ItfcriMlttStFtltWtiltif tfal PM Lt Lexington Nolt AM Mldi 10 St Louis or Chicago Curlstl imburg Kinlneiice Anchormte Ar Louisville Frankfort 430 503 84 Ml Larine 617 1028 631 1046 917 950 632 lii41 60 7t6 745 1144 807 12111 1115 746 8ll0 7V trlTJTririT NORTH No 16 No18 No 20 PM A M rMT 615 V Â¬ iv Louisville Anchorage Lagrange Kmliience Vn K 5 curlstiansburg Frankfurt Midway jjmoatiiana r Lextngtou Close Observer THE QUEEN Route with its rail and forms the short and West India Double Dally Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vestlbuled v Mr S A Fackler Editor of the Mlcanopy Flaj Hustler with his wife and children suifered terribly froinLa Grippe OneIlnuto Cough Cure was tho only remedy that helped them Jt acted quickly Thousand of others u o this lemtdy as a specltlc for Lu Grippe and Its Tyler exhausting after dftCts Hemphill Ravages of La Grippe CRESCENT xVMW ix bJrHX FLORIDA AND HAVANA liirtbTiTwi tmv 721 237 lv 314 331 b62 357 012 42 950 613 10 26 640 u ool 648 62 66S tiOi ft s1 m Ainx i - 0 L steamer Connections line to Florida points Fast Service through to day 0 trains daily N trains dully except Sun- Â¬ lltttrlftlfi1r IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMUllllItllllir t f tilttti0 - viiank j ltrpn s cc I i viiiestlt PaDBengora on No 15 desiring to go to Union Station 10th nnd Bioad way Louisville on going South over L N on going North overPenn R R or Monon may do so so by ohnnging cars at LuGrango taking No 1 No tit V fr Fronvall parts of the country comes thenewB that from a half to three fourths of tho people either have been or are now suffering with more or less violent attacks of la grippe In some sections Its ravngcfl are so great that It is with diillculty that enough employes can bo obtained to attend to business Queen Crescent FCPRallwaymakes W4VJW East Coast nectlon on arrival at Miami service to Florida via the Southern Railway and direct steamship con or at Tampa West Coast for 1R makes Immediate connec- Â¬ tion at LaQrungo lor No 1 No 17 makes connection at La Orange lor Oinolnuati No 15 makos close coiineotlons at Louisville for St Louis and all points North and West A V Hlto Agent 1 Key West Havana Nassau Santiago San Juan and all RFERGUSON Wholoaalo Dealer in For Rent Store Room West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans Free books and Information by addressing C W O ZCLL DIV PASIOR AQCNT 4TH AND RACE BTB CINCINNATI O L MITCHELL DIV PASBOR AQCNT CHATTANOOOA TCNN OR W C RINCAR80N OCNL PABSOR AQCNT CINCINNATI O T COUNTRY PRODUCE Sugar Cigars Forolirn Fruits nnd Vege Â¬ tables 18 lm The Inrgo storo room in Masonic Ternplo one of the Lest in tho city la dffered for rent Apply to Cant B 0 Milam or Ben T Farmer 4 IbUkimJ lii tlit SouU Seal 10 cm to W 0 Blscuwg rot Kw IlluitttUJ Moollr Lull inl Lliloj oot jtir tf i to4