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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v The I Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY GEO A LEWIS Publisher VOL PAPERDEVOTED KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 20 XXII FRANKFORT New Field SATURDAY All Out JANUARY JJ MM Habitual Criminal Act Upheld Evacuation Commissioners Â¬ A The Court of Appeals hns decided that tho law making one convicted nnd sentenced for the third time ufter having served out two Minimi ce liable to be sentenced for life Is constitutional The cflse came up on an appeal from n decision of tho Fayette Cir- Â¬ cuit Court sentencing a ncRio for life upon the ground that he hud already served two full terms Representative W C G IJobbs of Lexington was the negros attorney and brought this action to test tho law Look sharp now you two term fellows the third time is the charm Practical Religion Jl iiih m fc i ifit VV Mrs C A Lelmann Assistant Btute Superintendent of the Kentucky Childrens Homo Society is in the city in the interest of this nobio Sugar Cigars Forolffn Fruits nnd Vege charity Over 100 children have When vou ask lor DeWitts Witc tables Hazel Saive dont accept a counter- Â¬ society in tho been placed by this 181m Thcro are more feit or imitation two years it has been organized cases of Piles beinir cured bv this Try Miles wholo wheat floiu These children are taken from the than all others combined Tvler tr Hemphill and W NcKee Hurdle poorhouses and the slums throughBig River out the State and if one could seo the pictures taken of them before nnd The river took a big Jump on Sat- Â¬ after their rescue it would surprise one People who take these children urday and by Monday morning it into their homes must either adopt wns rushing along with a swift cur- Â¬ them or make them one of their fam- - rent filled with heavy drift Tho drift catchers reaped a rich ily board educate and make them Sabbath observing till they are of harvest of rails railroad ties logs Ac age It was the biggest rise we have sent on approval for Children are 90 days It is argued by the founders had for somo time of this institution that if the pros j Bismarcks Iron Nerve pectiveparent and child do not get hJJO accustomed to each other and love Was the result of his splendid one and other in 10 days they never health Indomitable will and tre will and a change is made accord- Â¬ mendous enercv nre not found where ingly More children are adopted Stomach Liver Kidneysand Bowels are out of order If you want theso than taken by straight contract qualities and the success they bring Judgo Thompson of Louisville says use Dr Kings New Life Pills They It will do more to lessen the crim- develop every power of brain and inals than any charity over put be- - body Only 25c nt J W Gayles 2 uf2uJL fore tiie people It gives tho child Drug Store born in sin and degredation a show Boat House Lost especially the girls and in time it is to be hoped there will not be ono On Saturday the boathouso for tho waif inside the walls of the poor nnpthn Inunch of Mr Henry T houses of Kentucky A union service Limlsey wns dragged loose from its will be held at tho Baptist Church fastening at tho dock by the high to morrow evening telling of this water nnd washed nwny Two men noble charity Mrs Lelmann is at in a skiff tried to land it but tho cur- Â¬ Mrs Cells and would gladly ro- - rent wns too swift and strong Ciiveany one or any thing for this God given charity g Â¬ i Â¬ I Mr McClure Kelly formorly special agent for the Queen Insurance Company In Kentucky and Tennes Â¬ see Is now special agent for tho St Paul Fire and Marine working In Kansas Louisiana Texas and Though Mr Kelly Is one of the youngest special agents in the insurance business he has obtained by hard and intelligent work a high standing with his business associates Mr Kelly commenced Ids career n few years ago with J II M Morris as a clerk Mr Morris wns southern agent for the Queen Since that time his promotion hns been rapid Mr Kelly hns made many friends in Kentucky nnd Tennessee outside of tho insurance business and he will carry with him their best wishes for his success in this flelaor great re sponsibilities Louisville Tost Mr Kelly Is tho son of Mrs Wal- Â¬ ter Kelly nee Mattie McClure of Hopklnsvllle a nephew of Mr R K McClure and a cousin of the editors of this paper We congratulate himl upon his promotion Â¬ By n dispatch from llavanna it is Tho U S Evacuation Commis learned that the wholo of tho sioners Generals Vnde Gordon and Spanish army has been seiit home Clous returned to tho United Slates from Cuba on Sunday arriving at Tuinpn Fin that morning and leaving at once for Sharkey Won Washington City Dr Miles Heart Core Ouret a Promlnont Attorney jjj WKTO In the prlzo fight in New York Tl19 Kini1 You Haw Wways IW City on Tuesday night between Bean tie Tom Sharkey and Kid McCoy Shar Â¬ key won In the tenth round putting McCoy to sleep A Candidate Tlje distrusting affair was witnessed by a tremendous crowd and a large We understand that our young amount of money was realized and hustling friend Mr Mac Phyth Now if somebody would only ianIsa candidate for jailer at the smnsii tho whole caboodlo of them next election Mac is n runner from the country would be better off wny back nnd was only beaten by K R C rilELP3 tho loading ponsion His 121 votes in the last primary attorney of llelfast N Y writes D FFRfiFKOlV friends say he is n sun winner and N I was discharged from tho army on want it generally Known so account of ill health und suffered from they Wholesale Dealor in that tho voters will not commit heart trouble over since I frequently had fainting and smothering spell My form COUNTRY PRODUCE themselves toothers was bent as a man of 80 1 M MHDIS AI LIQUORS edy to everyone Dr Miles Remedies aro sold by all drug SN iniiOG gists under a positive 79 guarantee first bottlo benefits or money re funded Book on dis- Â¬ Health eases of tho heart and nerves free Address UK MILES MEDIOAL CO Elkhart ind ii constantly woro an overcoat even in summer for fear of taking cold I could not attend to my busi Â¬ ness My rest was broken by severe yains about tho heart and left shoulder Threo years ago I commenced using Dr JUles IleartCurc notwithstanding I had usd so much patent mediclno uud taken drugs from doctors for years without being helped Dr Miles Heart Cure restored mo to health It is truly a wonderful mediclno and it affordmo much pleasuro to recommend this rem - m ii j u Â¬ LOWEST PRICES D prfliiifii U 11 w Â¬ OuUiiL 0 Thss handsome table Mahog any inlaid top and shelf Â¬ EryryTyT 9 v7 iB ZmA 71 To Insure a liuppy new year keep Lcmme Off - tho iiver clear and tho body vigorous by using Do Wilts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for con David Van Culinn popular broker stipation and liver trouble Tyler usually spends his of Lexington Hemphill and W McKeoHardie Sundays in Louisville ns the guest of Coming down second friends Faithful Unto Death street to night on a car ho said The Hawesville Clarion chronicles tho flickering lights reminded mo the death of an aued negro at that of something which happened once place and also tells of his romantic down at Paducah when I lived there An aged colored auntie was riding lie story Tho Clarion says Scott tho well- - along when tho electric lamps in the Undo Jim known colored fharacter about town car began to flicker and wink as died Wednesday morning of old age they some times do The old woman Ho was eighty four years ohf and made a dash for tho door Lemmo offer here wito mani wns known far mid near as one of the most polite darkies in tills wholo she yelled I had n coal lie lamp dat section His death recalls n romanco did dat very snmo wny wunct nnd growing out of tho unsettled marital fus thing you know it up nnd relations existing between colored sploded and mighty nigh blowed I made up mnh While a mo offon dis yarth people during slavery slave and In early manhood ho was mind right den not nebber tu take You just mnrrled to tho wile who now sur- no moro sich chances vives him Tjlioy were sold and sent lommc off please will to different sections of tho country No Right to Ugliness nnd wore lost to one another for over fifty years In that time eacli laid The woman who Is lovely in faco married nnd buried another partner will always huve our years ago brought to light in form and temper who would ho atfriends but ono his endeavor to secure a pension tho tractive must keen her health If existence of thowifo of his young sho is weak sickly and all run down manhood in Louisville A reunion she will bo nervous aim lrmumo it foltowed tho pension was secured sho lias constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause and tho old couple lived happily pimples blotches skin eruptions and Electric together until the sad event of his a wrotched complexion Bitters is tho best medicine in tho death world to regulate stomach liver Tho smallest things may exert tho ami kidneys and to purify tho blood greatest influence Bo Witts Llttlo It irlves strong nerves bright eyes Early Risers nro unequalled for over- smooth velvoty skin rich complex- and coming constipation liver ion It will mako u good looking troubles Small pill best pill safo nlinrmlni wnmnn of n run down in- nlll Tyler A Hemphill nnd W valid Only 50 cents at J W Gayles 2 Drugstore McKco Hnrdio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Coal Wooldridge Jellico Coal R Rogers 50 e Sons Frazer Axle Grease Doesnt need to be sifted Mined in large COAL lumps sold in large lumps Theres nothing left but aslies after you burn it Its COAL the coal for economi Â¬ KMHE5w- - TdviT -- dBPw - Not affected by Heat or- Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Manured pRAZER UBRCAT0R Qg Factories Chclago St Louli New York l iilll cal people Sold only by i h g matteklt THE- - Jm A DUDLEY BLANTON Head of Clinton Street -- FltflUiGF N m w Telephone 100 AS At 7K ms fipSTZtTZZZZ G227tti f ft 334 MAIN STRHHT f H A SSZZ2Lj2SJ2 FRANKFORT B2m MBS pilWWFfwrwpTT i fwyr 1 IWfJfT1 PERSONAL Death of Mr John W Maslln By a telegram received on Thurs Â¬ Mr Geo G Fottor of Loulsvlllo day morning tlio mid news was was here on Thursday Hon Ohas 0 McOhord of Spring- - brought hero that Mr John W Man tin father of Messrs John C and G noiu was noro Aionuay HMr J A Barnes spoilt Sunday at 11 Mastln of this city had died suddenly tit the home of his daughhis homo in Owingavllle U S Sonator Wra Lindsay loft for ter Mrs llnrvoy W Buin in Lex ington flint morning Washington City Sunday Mr Mast in wns tlio oldest son or Hon J D Mocqnot of Pnducnh was In tho city this wcok the latu Gilbert Maslln Esq of Hon Geo W Long roturnod from Woodford county mid was born and Loltchfiold Saturday night reared on his full ers farm near Mrs L Frank Johnson visited Versailles He was about 70 years friends In Midway this week of age and had been in poor health Mr Joan E Allies nns gono to Tor several years aim had tailed very t rapidly since the death of ills wire Florida on account of his health Mr Bon B Groom and wife havo which occurred about a year ago returned from a visit to Louisville Ho was a man of great energy and Col Thos M Porter and wife of industry and had acquired n com Covington spent Sunday in this city petence at his favorite occupation Miss Alma Miles is visiting her that of a farmer sister Mrs 0 Q Wright at Norfolk Some six yeurs ago the Infirmities Va of ago began to press upon him and Miss Christine Nlcol has returned from a visit to her sister in Lexing- Â¬ he sold his farm and moved to this city to reside purchasing tho prop- Â¬ ton erty known as Greenwood Semi Â¬ Miss Flora Footo of Loxington is tho guest of Miss Jennie Lee in this nary on Ann street city His daughter marrying ho broke Miss Mamie Roche of Paris visited up housekeeping and ho and his her aunt Mrs M A Collins this wife went to his sisters Mrs W H week Edwards In Woodford to board and Mies Mary Harrison returned Sat urday from a visit to friends iu Lex there his devoted wife was taken from him by death ington In early life ho united with the Miss Esther Burnani has returned from a visit to Miss Kennedy in Cov- Glens Creek Baptist Church and ington was an olllcer in the church for many Rev Father E J Donnelly of years until he came here to reside Georgetown was in the city on Wed- His membership nt the time of his nesday death was in the First Baptist Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Sunday with her mother in Church of this city He was an humble and earnest Lexington Miss Winifred Paynter and Miss Christian man nod death had no Briggs have been visiting in Louis- terrors for him as he longed for the ville for several days home beyond the swelling flood Mrs W H Hogo and children Though death came unannounced it have returned from a visit to her found him ready and waiting parents at Winchester The renin Ins were brought here on Miss Lilian Lindsey who has been the 3 oclock p in train on Thurs at home for tho holidays returned to day and the funeral took place on Gambler Ohio on Tuesday Mr Henry Crittenden of Groon yesterday morning ut 11 oclock ville Miss visited his mother Mrs from the First Baptist Church after John Allen Crittenden this week which they were placed in the famHon Geo H Alexander and wife ily lot in our cemetery among his of Louisville have been guests ot dead Judge W H Holt and wife this week kindred He leaves two ons Messrs John Mrs Jas F Meek and daughter C and Gilbert H Mastin of this Miss Adaline of St Louis Mo are guests of Col Sam C Sayres and wife city and one daughter Mrs Harvey to mourn Mossrs John S Smith and J J W Bain of Lexington H Clay How his death his wile and two sons Williams and Judge ard of Paris were iu the city Tues James and Lucien having preceded day him He also left three half brothers Mrs Thos B Rodman and daughter Messrs W H and Itobt W Mas Julia wno nave been visiting rela tin of Woodford county and Mr tives in Mt Sterling have returned George Mastin of Daviess county home Mrs Oh as Clay and daughter have and two half sistcis Mrs W H taken rooms at the Capital Hotel Edwards and Mrs Mrs Wm Boyet while her husband Capt Clay is in of Woodford county Manila A good man and u valuable citizen Mrs W G Goodwin and Miss has gone to his reward Fannie Dear Have returned from a visit to Mm Goodwins mother Mrs Quin at Jetts Mr A Hartsfeln came in on Tuesday looking exceedingly well and uays ho is feeling Ally per cent better thun when he left us Col Ben H Bryant the clevorest j railroad man on the road was in town on Monday and mucle us his usual call He is looking ad line us t They do not complain of silk anything in particular They f eat enough but keep thin and v Mrs Jonnlo Campbell of Louis ville who lud bean visiting Mm J pale iney appear rainy wen H Williamson corner of Fourth and Vou but have no strength Logan srreetd returned home Pilars cannot say they are really day morning sick and so you call them Mr M P Gray and children who delicate have beeu visiting relatives in thU Whatcanbedoneforthcm city and pouncy lor several wjens lofc for their home in Chicago Hid Our answer is the same that on Wednosday the best physicians have been 5 We regret to announce that Mrs JI giving for a quarter of a cen- - x TJ G Chiles Is lying very ill at Her x tury uivc iiicm home on Third street this city Owing to her great age her many friends are very uneasy as to the result of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- phosphites It has most re D Hitters Djtinl Rooms Houjo v markable nourishing power Miln strost opposite Opera Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Dont Put It Off But Gome Now We want to make room for our spring stock and to do so we will sell goods cheap to make them go Good r quality Indigo bluo calico yard 3c per Red cnlico fast colors splendid quality only 3c per yard Extra heavy outing cloth dnrk colors 10c quality only 7c per yard Apron Ginglium best on tho market regular Our regular 7 Jc bleached cotton extra quality only 5c per yard 7c quality 5c per yard Good quality Turkey Red table cloth fast colors only 25c por yard Regular 25c ladies vests only 15c each Extra quality 50c Indies vests only 40c each Childrens heavy Hose fast black with double knees only 10c por pair Ladies black hoso full seamless good quality 10c per pair Gents heavy brown and bluo socks only 5c mixed Special reduction on woolen dress goods We carry the best of everything Our prices are at the bottom Â¬ C Keterin 8c DEATHS Â¬ NO 41 ST CLAIR STREET NEAR BRIDGE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mlllville Miles J E M Fiounthe best patent flour on earth Milks Wiioli Wheat Flour Miss Nettie Watts is spending this contains all the nutritive elements of weeek with her sister Mrs W T wheat berry Tho coarse woody Tutt the Jf fiber alone being eliminated Miss Nancy Goin visited friends In properly cooked it makes a more palatable bread than white flour Frankfort last week Highly recommended by medical Mi s Mattio Collins is spending uuthofitit s for persons having indoor this week with her cousin Miss employment and of nedentary habits Gertrude Reddin Miles GiiaiiamFloub the very Mr Will Peters is visiting his finest quality of Graham flour ever who lives in Owen put on this market Not n mixture grandfather of bran and low grade flour but the county this week whole product of the best wheat Misses Mary and Frances Hearn Â¬ Â¬ Delicate Children J I thoronghly cleaned and ground by an improved process Miles Gekmoline a perfect breakfast food Made of wheat Con- Â¬ taining all the valuable elements of the wheat berry necessary for sus- Â¬ taining life and building up the tis- Â¬ sues of the body Superior to oat meal Miles Breakfast Flakes made of the very best Kentucky wheat carefully selected and thoroughly cleaned All the woody outer coat- Â¬ ing of the bran being scoured off and then crushed by an improved pro Â¬ cess It Is easily prepared for break Â¬ fast as this crushing process ninkes It soft and tender and easy to cook Vjrv much superior to oat meal or cracked wheat Miles Faiuna the most delicale Well preparation from wheat adapted for use in the sick room or for youngchildren as well as making delicious food for well people All manufactured by SON MILES Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky 19 I j were tho guests of Misses Etholyn and Anna Johnson part of the week Millville can boast of a now iron suspension bridge If the weather is favorable it will soon be completed Mrs Martin Graves and children have returned after u visit of several weeks to relatives and friends iu Louisville Mr Jumes Nichols cot a severe fall last week breaking one of his ribs We are glad to report that lie is now convalescent Mr Will Goodrich and wife hnvo returned to their home in Owen county after a visit of some length to his brother Air James Goodrich and family Notice Rand At her home in Lexlng- ton on Monday Mrs Elizabeth Rand wife of RevJos Randj the well know nnd beloved Methodist minister aged about 70 years Mrs Rand enmo tothis city In 1858 with her husband when ho was the pastor of the Methodist Church She was an amiable good w omani She had been an invalid for many years and tho devotion of Jier ijius band and his tender and- watchful care for her comfort wus a pathetic picture Many pf his friends lieredeeply sympathize with him inJilsdesplu- tlon oT Jett At the home of his dnUgh- ter Mrs A Booker in Pleasantville Ind on January 3d Mr Edgar Jett brother of the late Peter Jett1 Esq of this city aged 851 years He was an upright honorable man and died full of years and of honors i- m A - 1 i f AH ladies wishing to Join the Gen Bean tie Signature of oastohia BIRTHS tf Ths Kind tou Hare Always Bought I j 5 Jos H Lewis Chapter of the Daugh ters of tho Confederacy are urged to send In their certificates for member ship as soon as possible The certificates aro to be sent to Mrs Grant Green Blank applications for mem- bershlp will be left nt Johnson Hoges for those who have not re- celved them jij ui Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Ia L 4l m Tim I nnilfnft I OhsKK 250000 Cured Qnnftlllol a Amfirlna lie Lcauuifc cjjuuihiioio ui nmeiiba 20 YEARS IN OHIO WPM MM m A IWECURESTRiCTURE Tlijusauili of vouiiK ntid mlildlo Bied nannt nlrtitihhul willlllllfl flfofMLSft TniLtlV VT unconsciously I hey way haro a snmrt- F I lue evu atiun rmall tutsllng dream M clmrgo clllliitilly in commencing weak mil all Ilia symptoms orKiiiiH cmlialon nf uervotu debility they liavo 8X1110- Ill It M Dnnt let doctor cxDcrlment on you by oittlnff etretcMuc or tearing you i Ms will not euro you as It will ro- turn Our NiV MUUIUU IHKAT- MKST nbfloibi tlio ttrlctura tissue s lienco remove tho stricture permanently It can novcr return Nopalnnosuflor- Anntlnti lwu Inn ha HWIUUHVH fmm I it I in a livntir UBauro mrj llb W inulliou iiioEcsumurgiiupiiruriri-uiEui-onoi- l Thci nerves nro invigorated and tbo bliss of manhood rcturct Thousands of young and lulddlc aged men nro laving their fonml lgnr and vitality continually sanicd liy this dls- die They ore frequently unconscious of tliscauioottncso symptoms uenerni Weakness Unnnturnl JJitchargcs Full Â¬ ing Manhood Nervousness loor Jlom- ory lrrlMliility at tunc binartlng cen- nation nunKen iycs wiiu uarK oiioics ivcnK iiaeK ueuerai jjoiiressinn luck Hhninkcn Vurlcocelo of Ambition lnrt- - tte otEliT nnd 6TIUGTUKH nmy bo tlio cauo Bont consult family doctors as they havo no oxperlouco In thiMo sncelnl diseases tlout allow Quacks tn experiment on you Consult Kpcclal sts who buvo mado ft llf o etiuly of lllsiiKxunt Mm nnd Women uuriitity JIKWIOI TH1ATMIJNT will rwm tlvoly euro you Ono thousand dollars for ii euro wo accept for treatment ami innntrnro IVrm i inodornto for n cui o M S1 H i scons Emulsion K i Miller In this city on Friday Jnnunry C to Mr G Albeit Miller and wife a son Scott In this city on Sunday morning to Mr Ed Scott and wife a son VanDerveek In this city on Sunday Mr J M VnnDerveer and wife a The BestfortlieMoney xs rczxsz r l8 L B WECURE GLEET daughter On 1 29 tf Ancient Order of Hibernian Dook Reception rnr infrintj rnnirilv tram in Z Tho many friends of Division No flesh if given a small amount 1A0H are cordially invited to V three or tour times each day n oc and 100 all druggist ntlond the Book Reception given DOWNE Chemists New York SCOTT nt their hall Klebor Building Bridge Wednesday night Jan street next Dancing and cards will be pro Â¬ 18 Red Hot vided for tho amusement of the ladles and gentlemen attending A good timo guaranteed nil Admis imniW ary General Kgun In his sion a book or set of hooks testimony before the War Investigating Commission denied the state No healthy person need fear any ments made by Gen Nelson A dangerous consequences from tin at Cominniider-In-Chie- f of tho tack of la grippe if properly treated Miles Army and branded the latter as a It is much the same as a sovero cold and requires precisely the same treat wilful and malicious liar nnd made meat Remain quietly at homo and the statement repeatedly and as em take Chamberlains Cough Remedy phatically as possible us directed for a severe cold and a Thj8 will probably lend to a court prompt and complete recovery Is sure to follow For sale by J W Guyle murtinl of both parties Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a daughIt gives color to the blood It brings strength to the mus- - jt ter cles It adds power to the Rooers In this city on Monday nerves It means robust morning to Mr Enrl Rogers and health and vigor Even deli- - x wife Sunday Thos P Averill and wife Aveuill to Mr I Â¬ lJMMBfflf I r V BW mwKRmWL rjWflfi MotMWjz4Wl j nTTftMl mkJ irrwN m M r 4 TV Wil ym n vi a son Ills Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent cltl IPU of Hannibal Mo lately had u wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of It he says I was taken with typhoid fever that ran Into pnetimonln My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt oven hit up in bed Noth ing helped me I expected to dio of consumption when 1 heard of Dr KIne8 New Discovery Ono bottle gave mo great relief I continued to ui e it and now am wen nnu strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous mcdiclno is tho surÂ¬ est and quickest cure in the world for nil Tlirnnt mill Lnncr Trnnhln Regular sizes 60 cents nndSI Trial bottle free at J V Gayles Drug U Store every bottle guaranteed Â¬ t A CURES GUARANTEED Wo trout nnd euros EMISSIONS VAIITIlllRTIV RVIMITTIH nlMll IMIOTKNOY I n ipy WTWAmL k t i amA i y ORSTS JOHNSON Nov 2l HF 9 iBVI Ullrtli IIIOIJUAUUZi IllAlriINKY nnd DLA llDRIt Plscascs US Kl iL i 1T1 V srilKTUlli BUCKET k HOGE 1I00KH CONS1 IITATION PHEK Ili - II IH if iiiiiiuiu ill iuu ivriiu inr UliANIC OUKSTTON for UOME J T IIEATJIISKT MENNEDY in U DRS KERGAN tf Paul Perry of Columbus On suf Â¬ fered agony for thirty years and then cured his piles by ulng Do Witts Witch Hazel Snlve It heals Injuries and skin diseases llko magic Tyler Hemphill and W McKeo Hnrdle w CINCINNATI ruunin oincci O IfgMsfffTsl smiffTW Â¬ Job work neatly executed at this office JE Jiij1JiiAili JS 1au 1niHlmimi iHLI II ntHT JiiTllT T iwypiwiPiiH f wr TfwijpvwrBwrpiv -- - wnriwiww inttitv t - Vl H HI I only escnpe from tho humiliation of signed tho caro of tho world to a Human triumph Dovlls Hush boys do not shout thoso Col Ingorsolls attompts ut positive From An Extra Christian Standpoint of men arc dying exclaimed tho Cap- Â¬ practical theorizing aro saguo nnd tain of tho Texas tho man and rather unsuccessful Material Science Common Sense Invited to Christian sympathy and humanity discuss practically asocial question and Fair Play stronger more prompt than the hero by ono of tho most Influential and the patriots exultation even In reviews in tho country he wrlteo tho first moments of victory com Â¬ Tho intelligent of this world seek During tho last few yearn Col In plete dazzling unprecedented the well being of themselves and gcrsol has been cngugcdl in frequent The most genial and nonular of others They know that happiness controversy with tho defenders of Roman poets has only pralso for the is tho only good und this they seek revealed religion nnd with masterly skill hu has nueeeeded in confining provident mind of tho soldier who to obtain To live In accordance saw in an to rescue the captured with tho conditions of well being is his opponents almost exclusively to only loss effort tb added disgrace proph Â¬ moral in tho highest degree the defensive They have attempted esying gravo national and military What is happiness How is it ob to demonstrate tho verities of re deterioration tained What are tho conditions of vcnled religion to one who denies SI non perlrentlmmlserublllscap well being Gibbon for example spiritual phenomena nn attempt tlva pubes Weighing a worlds experience con about as practical as an effort to Yet Col Ingorsolls assertion that siders that lax divorce laws betray draw straight lines on curved surfaces millions of men have reected Chris- and foster social depravity Col or front a co ordination of optical ob Â¬ tianity on account of its cruelty is Ingersoll on the contrary considers servations to devise a syatom of even mora startling than his claim the condition of well being ad acoustics for Pagan altruism vanced when marriage becomes u On the plain however that Col If millions of men are or have been privatecondltIoual contract between Ingersoll has chosen of common sense and good feeling by the laws such tender humanitarians why have man and woman tho worlds charities been chiefly or iiut it is in his eulogies on science of logic and philosophy It is not dif- Â¬ ganized and conducted by Christians thut he is most heroically free from ficult to demonstrate his letters nnd Tho Bible to quoto again was tho trammels of experience or of lectures whatever Christianity may never rejected by the cruel How logical a priori deductions be uncundid in premises Illogical can he know thut How can he Science he writes seeks to give in deduction and inhuman in style Probably even he will not suspect prove it Really legal practice should food shelter raiment cdncation and the author of La Justico Dans La have cultivated more exact methods liberty to the human race It wel Revolution of sitting as he ex Â¬ of thought and expression Will he comes every fact and every truth presses it solemnly astride a dead seriously maintain thut the execu- Â¬ It- has furnished a foundation to hnrtm vif Pmnrlhin ttoivna novti tioners of Louis XVI and Madam morals a philosophy for the guidance Md nd Girondist were of men It reforms through art will I express myself on the Christian rAtbinnnrmV riicrinn with n in distinguished by either orthodox music and the drama It does not or fnaltive humanity decency that would only dishonor ask to be protected by law Ho confounds coincidence and so myself How then can I be want This declaration appears simply a ing in respect to Christianity the quence most illoglcully when he straining for effect at the expense of grandest monument of virtue and writes Tho Blble has been upheld by scientific exactness and verity If genius Such liberality seems as unnccepts ordinary Col Ingersoll intelligible to some modern sceptic countless tyrants by the enemies of nomenclature he must regard science intelligence as religion itself Let us therefore Tyrants are often able men as a register of physical sensations ignore humanity and ethics as well tho strength and deductions drawn from them as religion applying to Col Ingor- Â¬ Tney comprehend of the religious impulse and Science is purely abstract us impersolls assertions and deductions only appeal to it as they would to any sonal and impassive us the great statistics and the rules of logic material laws it registers It no He grants that belief in divinity moto power It would be quite as more gives food and shelter to the lust nnit TMUinuhln in mnrniinti nrt and immortality are older than re- human race than the laws of gravity corded history He acknowledges uuu iiienuure oecause tyrants navo for their own pleasure or profit mark been that It is impossible to eliminate this patronsamong their protectors and time or grind corn us divinity that speaks within The application of scientific prin- Â¬ This desire of the mouth for the Tho majority of great schools and ciples by human interest or philan- Â¬ star this longing for the unknow libraries have been founded by thropy undoubtedly bestow great Huxlev declares thnt able what every priest poet or phil- Â¬ churchmen practical benefits When ambi u osopher may call the instinct that if all else were liwt wnrlria anlonon could be recreated from thonnnnia nftion or malice happen to be the bdws the knee to earth or raises the InaPIraIon they are quite as efficient eyes to heaven He is guilty of self the British Royal Association That society was organized in the in the construction of gatllng guns therefore when be contradiction rooms of u clergyman by members of nferQ1 machines or subtle poisons writes the Church of England Would it Any physician will tell us that In my opinion the days of the be logical to argue any toxology is inherent in- Â¬ science than much nearer an exact hygiene While war supernatural are numbered How dissoluble connection between Cath- has become dally more mechanical can they be according to his ovn olicism and literature science und und chemical the offensive is in postulates Until material nuture advance of the defensive tho Church of England solves every problem answers every The resistance Tell and Hofor is unpardonable in so well in Wallace und our own Marion offered It aspiration the spiritual instinct must formulate itself into creeds and formed u man as Col Ingersoll in to oppression would to day bo scien- Â¬ non material philosophy as surely as sinuatlng as he does so constantly tifically impossible Butteries pointedwith the Atelescope annihilates batgenerates protoplasm linnrltifl tif ftmmirtila tin and ac4 that infidelity is an inherent property fallnnti of courageous and profouud minds 8enti into fragments tho arched through cellular tissue Tho decay of such creeds and philosophies de- Â¬ No historian can be ignorant that strength of steel or granite The to second note social and national disease us tho majority of men who huve in- ocean rolls a menace much for rate So tho fluenced nutiouul destiny created naval powers clearly as the unrepaired disintegra- Â¬ philanthropy or even conservatism tion of bodily tissues denotes physi Â¬ modern science teuchlng men less of science what to think than how to think lurnisncs a science no more cal for morals than a co-That material or ethical science have professed tho Christian faith foundation of optical observations ordination alone hus never yet restrained or Tyndal but registers tho verdict of creates tho outic nerve or lightwaves guided tho majority of moral beings tho scientific world when he writes It has as little to do with music art can only be denied by thoso who pro- all science must for a time become and the drama as with morals It the pose to evolve from their Inner con- Â¬ Cartesian Huxley who will surely simply recognizes and defines pas not be called u partial witness do material forms through which sciousness history as well as morality sions aspirations and the artistic in accordance with their ideas of elates that Descartes lived and died sonse seeks expression Did tho a good Catholic Bacon opens his rules of irrammar Inspire the genius humanity and common sense great work with a prayer to God of Shukesneare the eloquence of We heartily concur in his admiraPitt tion of Epicurus who was by long the Father God tho Son und God Chopins funeral tho Holy Spirit that human know Â¬ Listening to the intensity ot Blank odds the most oxalted in mind and march where character of all thoso who from the ledge might not prejudice diviuo mystic hope tho devout appeal to iho art mercy dawn of Greek civilization to our truth Locke was a devout Bible superhuman pity infinite trembles Newton student was deeply dread Justice resounds and own have striven to persuade men withlrreslstablo vibrations fow wo ttork f religious imagine feel incllucd to caress tho that they can not walk beyond the Priestly funuticully No one sufficiently instructed to pnmo still less to investigate sound Ho succeeded und tho horizon result of his philosophy or rather discuss the subject ut all will bo apt waves at the momentmust welcome A true scientist tho civilization of which that philos Â¬ to Imagine uny uecessary connectiou overy fact and every truth but between Deseurfea Catholic aud unfortunately true scientists areas ophy became the exponent born Bacons rare as consistent Christians The under the lator Cresars corruption mathematical deductions Â¬ abnormal and vilo enough to afford belief In Christianity Is not a promi philosophic controversies of the mid nent factor in his a priori philoso Â¬ dle ages wero scarcely inferior in Itself a oini protection from Invesphy It would bo dlllicult to demon Â¬ bitterness to the religioushinted that tigation It has even been thut It is true that charity tho duty of strateassistedNewtons faith materi Â¬ literary antagonism more than his Investigation of fanaticism inspired Calvin to investi treating ones neighbor as ones self ally of Servetus gate tho It was In pro Christian dogmas inverse squares Tho peroocutlou of scientists murder are embodied not priests who denounced Voluey does not appear u necessary but It is dlflicult to prove that thoy ilany and Harvey ever entered Into tho social moral or supplement to tho discovery of Examine Cowles opinion of tho microscopic of ether theory political life of any people Phys oxygen gus Each mid till of these deductions investigations of tho brilliant but ical deformity mental or physical Cuvler Study his modest would bo no more superficialto substitute his own dictum weuKiiess vice unu crime wero however attompts utmost translatable terms among tho puerile and unjust than many for leDieuetlo Roi without whom most refined and gracious nations of Col Ingersoll is in the habit of ho so heroically proposes to re Â¬ organize tho earth below after hav making antiquity When ho taunts the Blblo with ing tranquilly ollaced the heavens Generosity to tho vanquished ex Â¬ above Study no letter Still read cept us Impulsu or whim respect for being upheld by tyrants It was Col lugersolls letters and lectures if scarcely honest not to add that fow you wish to comprehend that tho tho rights of non combatants protec Â¬ tion to women or prisoners wero oilbrts for national freedom have cientlllo spirit does not nece arlully less things unknown to tho Greok or ever boon mado uninspired or at influence tho cultivatois Millu few least unaanctllied by tho national the panegyrists of science In Roman military codes words Huxley sums up the position Tho favor ho asks of mo ho can religious spirit Even Tom Palno when ho writes Tho army of liberal thought is at replied tho closes his first letter to tho revolu obtain for himself Roman victor thus Informing tho tionury army with an appeal to tho present in a very uudlscipllnorl con dition 215 and many spirited freo Grecian Prlnco who appealed to hi Gud of Justico whom ho was not thinkers make umi of their freedom generosity that Bulcldo ottered thH Infidel enough to bellovo had re simply to vent nonsense INQERSOLLISM Â¬ Â¬ a THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER W PW Â¬ -- Everybody takes it Everybody reads it Subscription Only 1 Per Year fjr Â¬ Our Job Department Executes on short notice At Â¬ I i Â¬ Â¬ ffi 4Mm 1S BINDERY Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style ol Old Books and Muaio bound at lowest rates lU -- Â¬ Â¬ Job fed aoKciUd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed Â¬ Â¬ i GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 217 and 219 St Clair Â¬ Striat Up Stairs Frankfort Ky e BEESmflES Tie Frankfort Rgigalioiit Kntared nt tlio ptntolltco at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter MCE jgyjygrgiagtytyrygEygsr THEV GREAT MAJESTIC 5 --i 3 w w iyv w me vrwwYwwwjmir wv vY 8ffayiyq ss yy r e wyy 7m 9 3l llasussnlnssi a g MAJESTIC Dajestie Biscuit O 3J GEO A LEWIS FIUNKFOIIT To Our Editor and Pub 11 I MrG CD IjjUBIIIS I MAJESTIC Mrs CO ST IDUI3 J - pi a a PI Baked in 3 Minutes AND SERVED WITH Hot Coffee i i i JANUARY ISJn ZZ 1 Subscribers copper VMMTngj6SflWiMWWP V tvitmvoin mfXITErriiifl H M A COLLINS BEAUTY We nro sending out notices to nil our subscribers who ure in arrears Wo nro not making any distinction We hope that nil thoo receiving such notices will respond at once ns fl IM LUJ i JffimilS- r- CommcnolrtK MONDAY NOV 14TH to 19TH 1898 nil nro invited to nttend nnd ece tho working of tho St Clair Street DUE ABILITY i I 1GRE1T MAJESTIC STEEL THE GREAT MAJESTIC MALLEABLE AND IRON RANGE THE QIIEAT MAJESTIC 18 UNRIVALED TOR UTILITY wciucdtic money The little amounts from each make the large ninotint to us Rev I or dohip prompt nnd thorough cooking nnd quick water In it hns no life uoes quicker work with one hnlf the fuel thnn nny other hcntinR or range rinl Ittnkomndo to lant nnny time Btove Dont chances numerous Immitnllons nindeb thocnsMron Movetrnde IhoGrentMnjcatlcisnowBoldineveryStnto on tho of tho in Union For the Hounduboutl J S Hays D D TS2S Â¬ Special Inducements to Parties Purchasing This Week frhACwauSwb Will Announce M This eminent minister and successful educator died in Mnysvill Ky on tlie 7th in t where he was pitor of the First Piesbyterian Church nnd Principal of Hnyswood Female Seminary Dr II iy will he remembered by our older citizens as pastor of the Presbyterian Church of this city from 7Zj It Is tactically agreed nnd an- Â¬ nounced that Hon Win Goebel will announce himself as a candidate for Governor at Lebanon on Monday week Jan 21 Say what you will about Mr Goebel he is tieool shrewd nnd eenr headed man and will make a red hot campaign for what he goes k A Ai h A-- ir S7Z n sjhJiiAJ4iiijA IjJ Elected Unanimously By Acclainnlioni the year 1802 to 1807 He is held in grateful remembrance Ky Board oi Pharmacy in Session by the older members nt tho church for who were co laborers with him here He was an earnest faithful and suc Â¬ The Kentucky Board of Pharmacy Nominated cessful pastor much beloved by con- met in Louisville on Tuesday for l gregation and highly respected iu the examination of applicants for Hon Joseph II Choate the celecertifleales to practice as pharmacists our community The Board consists f C Louis brated New York lawyer nnd di- Â¬ Dr Ilnys was born in 1831 the youngest one of a family of six chil- Diehl of Louisville President J W plomatist has been nominated by in Gayle of this city Secretary C S the President as Ambassador to Endren of Scotch Irish parent Washington county Pa AH these Porter of Somerset Treasurer and gland to succeed Hon John Huy appointed Secretary of State Mr children nftoi wards became ministers Anderson Dimmitt of Louisville Choato Is a very able and discreet of the gospel iu person or by proxy Three were very prominent in the Death of Ex Chancellor I W Edwards man and will bo confirmed by the Senate without nny doubt church Rev Isaac N Hays D 1 Hon I W Edwaids ltev Dr George P and Rev Dr of the Louisville Chancery Court Alumni Meeting John S and were widely known through the chutch as the Hays died at his brothers In Horse Cave Barren county on Tuesday after a There will bo a meeting of tho Brothers long illness Judge Edwards was an Frankfort IIih School Alumni Dr Hays graduated at Jefferson on Tuesday January 17th in the College Catmonsburg Pa in 1850 able tearless and pure man and his school building There is very im- death is a public calamity and entered the Western Theological nortunt business on hand and the He was injured in the Uld uoiony members are urired to attend Seminary in Allegheny Pa where MA KG A It ET CULTEH remained three years and re- M tss railroad horror nnd never re he Secretary of Assoc ition covered ceived Ids licensev to preach His January 10 1899 first pastorate wasMn Charleston n May Run Ind where ho was ordained and inHere for a Week stalled In 1853 In 185b he accepted Our genial old friend Col Tom the pastorate of the Second Church Dr R doldstein will be at the remained Corbett of Paducah is being talked Capital Hotel in ten days and has Nashville Tenn where he Â¬ until 1861 when he removed to Cin- of as a enndidate for ltailroad Com- decided to remain a week instead of missioner In the First District If he cinnati and supplied tor several two days as heretofore so that all month the Central Church of that should enter the race lie would set a those needing his services will have pace for Judge Dempsey the city In May 1802 he was installed hot call and see him Dis- Â¬ a chance to pastor of tho church in tills city pret nt Commissioner from that where no remained until June 1807 trict Jusl Right when he removed to Louisville He To the Public was pastor of the Walnut Street Major General Ludlow has ap Presbyterian Church in that city We are authorized to guarantee p lintcd prominent and able Cubu s until 1875 when he was elected to every bottle of Chamberlains Cough to a number of positions under the trie chair of Biblical and Ecclesiasti- Remedy to lie as represented and if government in Havana This course cal History in Danville Theological not satisfactory ntter two thirds of Is the right one to pursue and is do been used will re Â¬ Seminary which station lie filled the contents have to the purchaser ing much towards eradicating er fund the money with great ability until 1883 He There is no bettor medicine mnde for roneous Ideas In legard to tho inten- thou removed to Qulncy III where la grippe colds and whooping cough tons of our government towards arm ouc per oouit-- xiy he pleached two years alter which Pri ice d c T W Gayle to Maysville Ky and he removed took charge of the church in that Young Alan Nominated Report of Institute for Feeble MInded city whore he continued until now Upon entering upon his labor In Hon Albert J Beveildge was We arc iu receipt of n copy of the Maysville ho opened a Female Scm nominated by the Republican Legisinarv which he conducted with report of the Institute for Feeble lative caucus of Indiana for United great silicons up to the time of his minded Children for the year ending States Senator to succeed Senator death although for the past ten or Sept 30 1898 on Tuesday The report shows a very gratify- Â¬ Turpie twelve year lie has been totally Mr Beveridge Isa youngman hav Â¬ ing condition of affairs both finanblind ing been born In the sities while t Hays will he greatly misled cial and otherwise Dr and brothers were away in Dr John L Long the Superin- Â¬ his father by the Presbyterian Church of Ken the army tucky In which he was a wise coun tendent is an ellicient and populnr He has made ills own way unaided gentleman A sellor and trusted leader and is considered ono of the mo9t brilliant young lawyers and orators Fourth Kentucky to Be Mustered Out First Blood of the Hoosler State The order was Issued on Tuesday In the fight for control of tho ma Deafnobs Cannot Bo Cured chinery of the Democratic organiza- by the War Department for the Im tion the first blond was won by the mediate muster out of the Fourth applications as thoy cannot anli Goebel men on Tuesday at Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Un Bv local diseased portion of the ear renoh tho der the new law the men will bo Thoro Is only one way to cure deaf Lexington The State Central Committee met given one months extra pay when ness nnd that Is by constitutional by an Deafness at the Phoenix Hotel to consider the mustered out in place of the fur- remedies condition is causedmucout ot tuo inflamed strong Goebel men lough which has been given other lining of the Eustachian Tube When removal of two this tubo Is inflamed you have a from tho Jellcinon County Com regiments rumblincr sound or Imperfect hoarlng mittee by Chairman Dunlap There and when it Is entirely dosed deaf Slickl Slickcrl start was a red hot fight from the ness is tho result and unless the In flamation can bo taken out and this and when tho final lesult came bo When our people nro e on Wed tubo restored to its normal condition and 5 oclock Dunlap was tween dostroyod forever neday morning they found tho hoaring will be ton are sustained and the Goebel men thrown caused by the eartli a sheet of Ico nine cases out of nothing but an In Chairman whole face of out by a vote of 7 to catarrh which is and the sleet still Vailing Walking flamed condition of the mucous stir Johnson giving tho casting vote and nearly every body faco What ellect this will have on tho was perilous to the middle of the Wn will fflvo Ono Hundred Dollars party control Is had to take flnnl struggle for tho for any case of deafness caused by and oven then the footing was cntarrn that cannot bo cured by street hard to say juUnow decdedly uncertain Tliosleet melted Halls Uatnrrn uure Hena ior circulars free befoio night CO Toledo O W Kind You Have Always BoqgM JV Bears th were no serious accidents in CQrSold OIIEENEY Thero by DruggistB 75c this city so far as we could learn Halls Family Pills aro the best Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hon Henry Cabot Lodge U S Senator from Massachusetts wns unanimously re elected on Tuesday by the Legislature and by acclama- Â¬ tion This is the first time wo ever remember to liavo head of such n thing happening North Wester ii Limited ELEC TRIC LIGHTED 20th CENTURY TRAIN For St Paul Minneapolis Duluth U i Leaves Jliicaro 030 p in every day Daylight Train leaves Chicago 830 a m daily except Sunday Night Express 1015 l p m daily ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA i Mil Giicap anfl North Western Railway The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Tk A Chicago Address W B Kniskern G P JACOB SWIGERT j Insurance 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BasEmEn the Capital Hotel iSiT TIv srzcir ensue Typewrite wm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Built on strictly sclontiflo principles and of tho highest irrado materials Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can we do It Simplicity in construction and not belonging to tho TvDe writer Trust result in an honest product at an honest nrfco You need a typewriter It adds tono to your business nnd is tho greatest time and labor saver of modorn time Tho BHckens- umuiiiiiu us reasonable uunui 10 imi winjr uiK Work Durable Portable Visible hiuu Interchangeable Typo cost Unvarying Aiigninunt unoxcoueu iunnuoiaorJNoKlbbon Nuisance JUUUIH wuiviiiu uvoiiHi itiuuoi uwiiru at worlds Fnlr Tele- Co graph catalogue and testimonials ttaTSond for Vffl MOORE BROS 125 Gen 018 Agent Q 1 E Fayotto St Baltimore Md F St N W Washington D J Â¬ I I Â¬ OASTOHIA 20000 bolts wall papor at 4c WM CROMWELL and upward Agent for Doe ring Attorney at Law Oliver mowers and binders plows Studobakor wagons bug Frankfort Kentucky Alio Estate gies stoves Main street and CourtHHealFranklin Atjent win nraotiinti of nnd Â¬ St Olair stroot 29 1 Jan y MA Collins ana will also glvo8pecIil the adjoining countle attentlo to the nu cUase and sale ol real estate J claims and MienewHIatlon of collection or rent loani WEm tfuftsinu rrwniWFP I 5 AicJ Airiter Clearance Sale lMCA I3Xr JOJEZlJSTOJST HOC3 EJ TREEsi Sc p All of our stock of Woolen Dress Goods Black and Colored will be closed 1000 Cloaks for 500 1350 Cloaks for out at cost Cloaks at half price 625 1500 Cloaks for 750 2000 Cloaks for 1000 c MILLINERY Air trimmed and untrimmed hats and bonnets at 56 cts on the dollar Underwear at cost We do not intend to carry over any winter goods if prices will sell them S 3 moor and others the purpose of running telephone lines Tuesday Jan 10 1899 On motion of Councilman The Muyor and all the mem Shaw tho Council went into tho bers of tho Council were pres election of a Jlose Wagon Dri ent ver to succeed Frank Hutchison1 The minutes of the last meet- Mr Eugene S Scott was ing were read and upproved elected to the position Tho Mayor and members and Considerable business of a officers of the Council upon in- - routine nature was transacted vitatiou of Mr Clay Clement1 and after allowing the accounts and Manager Holfner ol tho the Council adjourned and at- Opera House accepted an invi tendod the show in a body City Council A Good Alan Dies V Â¬ I We regret very much to announce the death of Rev Dr John S Hays the eloquent ami beloved blind pas- Â¬ V iii to be given at the above house that night by Mr Clements union to attend the performance i I Kf f If w 1 IliU 111 4i 17 ViJW i nr Slv jjerfoot company The reports of tho officers for the month ot December were re ceived and ordered filed Upon the motion of Council- Â¬ man Stewart the bid of tho Gutta Perch a Rubber Company tofurnish 000 foot of hose at 1 Â¬ was accepted 4 TheAssessors ordinance for 1899 had its first reading and fiat passage An ordinance was read and other matters passed for the first time grant or importance the Council ad tlic right of way over the streets journed y rY of the city to Mr Wood Long- Dangers of aGreat CityiV tor of the First Presbyterian Church of Mays vl lie Dr Hays was tho pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this city a number of years away back in Minclvtlfw urwi who iinKnr jnlR hp ived fdr his devoted piety and un amjcted christian character He waa canei to the Wnlnut Street Church in Louisville and from there Wednesday Jan 111899 to a chair in the Danville Theologi- At tho called meeting of tho Cal Seminary After that he became Council Wednesday night the pastor of the church in Maysvllle crdmance had its Owing to an accident he lost his Assessors eyesight but continued to labor with second rending and passage The ordinance allowing Wood grout success as a preacher and teaeh Longmoorand others to operate or Until the end came Ho was yarm hearted and true In a telephone lino in this city also mid mis all the relations of life hud its sfinnnri rniulinir r eaves a wne mm uve irie M sdge a Tlie Council appropriated 96 grown daughters to mourn his death w oniy win uiw to buvsix uniforms for tho no- iTlie sympathy of many loving lice force city go out to the be- After giving their attention hearts in this to several of min- Â¬ reft U w 1 begin fall purchases at this time Prices this week have beon a little lower on the butter grades such as are selling from 900 to 1200 and slightly easier on tho very common gradessuch as nro selling bolow 400 b it tho grades selling from 400 and 000 are firm at about such prices as wero current in Decomber We expect to bo able to report a stronger feeling on the market next week Old Hurley Tho offerings of old burley were extremely small this week in fact the stock of such tobacco is unusually light for tho time of year There is no change to report in the condition of tho market for old burley as compared with Docembor prices The following quotations fairlj represent our market for burley to baoco 1898 orou Trash dark or damage d 4 00SiG 50 tobacco 7 00 Common Oolory trash 5 60 Medium to good colors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Live Stock Is a the title of a unique little m ii moniniy Journal Devoted to tho interests nf the small breeder if Cattle Sheep Swine Poultry itc it nil will be it source of information to nil who receive It i trash Coramonlugsnotcolory Common Coforylugs Medium to good colory 7 00 7 00 8 00 10 00 9 00 j The fmlncription price of Live Stock is 10 50 13 001 14 00 16 00 18 00 26 00 11 I giu lugs 10 00 Common to medium leaflO 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf 10 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 Select or wrappery Volcanic Eruptions 50 Cents Per Year But it may be had for a few weekn in connection with the ItouDinouT for only 125 for the two This low price may be withdrawn soon so you rue nd vised to tnko ndvnntnge of it nt once ell nnd ceo uk oc send order through u o as to get the combination price Address Skin Diseases Sure Cure tor When tho children get their feet wet and take cold give them hot foot bath a bowl of hot drink a dose or Ayers Cherry Pectoral and put them to bed The chances are they will be all right in the morning Con- Â¬ tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until all cough has dis- Â¬ appeared Old coughs are also cured we mean the coughs of bron- Â¬ chitis weak throats and irritable lungs tven the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Colds I Cherry pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing Inflamed throats and lungs For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham Will he at theCapital Opera House berlain s Eye and Skin Ointment is Monday Jan 16 with Victor Mor- - without an equal It relieves the itch- r and smarting almost instantly and leyand Lilian Boyer as stars sup- - ing contlnued effect3 a permanent company of unusual cure It also cures itch barbers Itch ported by a scald head sore nipples itching piles ability chapped hands nui drama has made an unQualli granulated lids chronic sore eyes and lied success arousing the most un- Powders for Dr - Cadys t Condition Ciiij buunded enthusiiisin Both stars iu have excelled an meir irti ious - ciivw U14U TCAUAAAUe ibU MUVbUl WlIU kJ efforts in this production and as they have heretofore done exceedingly Away He Goes good work no small enjoyment should be gained from their new Well Hobson is away on the wild play waters of the womanless deep where Miss Bayers career has been a nothing better to kiss than succession of triumphs of which she there is appear Â¬ the mermaids and nobody to object should be proud Her first us remember ance as an actress was made when but the mermen Let forever the courage with which lie but 15 years old creating a veritable countrywomen sensation in the legitimate drama faced his oscillatory nnd forot lU fllure to vm0 lhe Her success was so marked that itnu ins plans had been formed by a syndi Â¬ Harbors mouth at Santiago us rear a own every where else Let cate of Wall stieet capitalists at tho monument a mile high on tho spot head of which was George and lid began payment lor bis Quintard to send her to Europe for where he fame to the flrt woman that pre one year as Americas representative bill and inscribe it with tragic actress but these plans were sented her the wise and beautiful sentiments spoiled by this young acire- - who ho did not utter And at its preferred to win the laurels by per that base let all the anum enons ami not uy IliiiiiiiriuuM ors Iper who have She 7 tricks and advertising W boldly threw herself upon her own iight and get their names resources and her next step was to spapers alongside ot his bo star with Victor Morlev Dan era tho hut firmly and in ail Christian with eminent of G t v ulka nt is very young and extreme- cess Mr Examiner beeves ly beautiful -- Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them ulso Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 23 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Oayle Druggist 2 dBadly ScaldeOn Sunday morning Mrs Jesse P Williams was so unfortunate as to bo badly scalded on the face and handIt -- eems that she had placed a tin can of water on the stove In - EOTODABOircV News Item Jb ria December 15th a special train consisting of thirty cars of woven wire fence left the Western Avenue Station Chicago via the Chicago and North Western Railway for Lin Â¬ coln Nebraska This shipment was the largest ever made at one any railroad and some manner the top hucked in and time over the North Western Line demon Â¬ she attempted to open it with a strated its progressive spirit by fur knife Just as she did so the can ex Â¬ nishing a fcptcial train for it ploded throwing the scalding water Mill s whole wheat Hour is not all over her face and hands only health giving but is more U tf These ar dangerous times for the palatable than white Hour health Croup colds and throat troubles lead to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cougli Cure 50 YEARS used at the right timo will preserve EXPERIENCE life health and a largo amount of money Pleasant to take children like it Tyler A Hemphill and W McKee Hurdle Â¬ Â¬ Paralyzed Ijjjnjra Ac Trade Marks Designs Copyrights c 1 ho W 11C- flri J01 We are pained to announce that Mrs Julia Miller sister of Mrs D C Birrett had a stroke of paraly- sis at her slters residence in this city last week It is total nnd herl condition has been very precarious over since with but littlo hope of a recovery Later Mrs Miller died Thurs day night at 9 oclock Â¬ Mlnu a ketch and description may uln our opinion free whether an iutcu Invention is probnbly patentable Communica- Â¬ tions strictly conddentlal Handbook on IatenU tent free Oldeat agency for securing patenta Patent taken through Munn It Co rocetra tfteiat notice without charge In the Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly T areeet elr Terma t3 a culatlon of any sclentltlo journal year i four months th Sold by all newsdealer MUNN Branch Office SCo380 V 625 New York DC St Washington Col Ed F McQratb Dead Col Ed F McGrnth Deputy War den of the local prison died on Sat urday night last at the residence of Warden Llllard after a lingering ill aged 48 ness of several month years Some time ago he went to his old home at Covington to recuperate Improving somewhat ho returned to his post hut it was evident to his friends that the end was near A relapse set in and the decline was rapid Tie passed quietly nwny at the time above mentioned Tito remains wero taken toCyn- thiana for interment Â¬ Â¬ I LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET FURNISHED LOUIS BY QLOVER U DURRHIT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Put one of VlLIn Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lunga Thm Advloa Frmml Bt Mldlaal ence eminently at them or Klvliuj you medical advice Write freely nil tha particulars In your case Address Dr J O AYEIt Mwell Malt We now have iome ot the molt eml physician In the United states nuiual opportunities and long expert ur ii Salos on our market for tho week Best Patent Flour per hundred just closed amount to 3266 hhds with IIOYAL receipts for tho same period of 2448 QUEEN 2nd Patent Flour per hundred hhds Sales on our market sinco Jan DAISY Family Flour por hundred uary 1st amount to 3260 hhds Sales Low Grado Flour per hundred crop of 1808 on our market to FANCY of the this dato amount to 11381 hhds Corn Meal por bushel Now Burley Tho offering on our per bushel nuirkot this week have boon largo for Corn tho flwt week of tho year and prices Shliistuir por 100 lbs have not beon altogether satisfactory Custom grinding Wloat and Corn a Specialty caso tho It is frequently the show that real Its market does not strength immediately upon tho open ing of sales after tho holiday receso for as n rulo somo of tho manufuo urors aro generally not In lino to Â¬ Â¬ ROYAL MILLS CASH QUOTATION 230 220 210 200 60 50 70 L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky iiiiLliiHBBBBBBBHiiVBlllHHBBBflllBflBLHi yrwrtyj v B I Tf rjffpP ij fwTryVf vrmfnkM VI gnmrtnnnnnruuiruinnnnj tnnrinniinjt HONEST GOODS Honest Prices in Honest Ways 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 c il V mui A SELBERT ru uiruvuimirtrinjuuiminjuinruinnnnrtnnnnjinnn RELIOIOUS Reliable Jeweler FrankfortKv Congress which occurs on the fourth Monday 23d Â¬ Social The Epworth League- of Bev R L McOready rector Mr the Methodist Church had a pleasant Robt Emmet Abraham assistant social at tho home of Mr Wm Crom10 n m MiBBionary meetiug of the well on Shelby street on Thursday Sunday School with addresses by night Bishop Burton and others 11 a m Usual morning service 730 p m Special service and ser GOLDSTEIN Dr mon to men by Bishop Burton Monday 330 p mf Missionary Ot No 644 Fourth Avenue Lonlsville meeting in the chapel with addresses Ky wilt be at the Capital Hotel Frank by Bishop Burton Miss M E Har-Â¬ fort Ky rison diocesan President of the Commencing Monday Jan 16th and continuing for 10 dnya we Womans Auxiliary and others Tuesday and Wed- - January 10 11 will offer some rare bargains in Table Linens Towels and Nap Â¬ Y if c A notes Services Wednesday afternoon at kins Sheetings and Pillow Case Linens You may feel per Returning once eaoh month Eyes ex Â¬ 4 in the chapel fectly at ease upon one point wheu buying Linens at tb In common with the other Young amined and glasses scientifically ad All seats free and everyone cor Mens store Every thing we sell as Linen is ALL LINEN If thereunristian Associations or Ken justed 8 ly dially welcome to all services is a thread of cotton in any pleoe we show you we tell you of it tuoky the local Association will Fair isnt itf It is a good thing to know that when you buy observe Sunday to morrowl as YM LINEN that you get LINEN and not ootton as some mixtures Baptist Church Rev M B C A State Day The usual Mens Horrible agony Is caused by Piles are so clever as to be very hard to detect Do not fall to take Adams the pastor will preach at 11 Rallv at 330 d m in the parlors will Diseases These aro advantage of our SPECIAL BALE as wo will give you some am be devoted to the consideration of Bums and Skin great values at small cost Remember the place Union service at night conduoted the cause of young men in our State immediately relieved and quickly Hazel by Mrs Lehman as announced else and tho important work of super- cured by De Witts Witch imita- Â¬ where vision and extension which is carried Salve Beware of worthless The Young Peoples Society will on in behalf of young men by the tions Tyler 4 Hemphill and W meet at 6 pm Y M O A State Executive Com- McKee Hurdle Prayer meeting Wednesday night mittee Several members will parti cipate in the program and a short at 7 oclock Glass in Sacred Literature will meet address will be elven by Hon Ohas immediately after the Finley Special music and good singing All men cordially invited Sunday school in the Ohapel at 945 The announcement that Judge J a m Special classes for young men Mens 311 Seats free and all are cordially in- P Hobson would speak at the A last Rally attracted to the Y M O vited an audience wbloh nearly Daals Death and Oistruction to Many Sunday filled the commodious parlors or tne Christian Church Rev George Association After the usual open Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 ing song service and devotional Boston New York Philadelphia Wish iagtoi Lonlsville Terrorized by the Mistaken exercises the speaker was introduced Subject Morning witn appropriate remarks Dy air Views of Divine Providence All the Cen Â¬ Awful Scourge Frank Chlnn who presided over the No evening service We will water MOO that no bloyole manufacturer tu Amerlea U producing a HlchQra4 meeting Judge Hobson then deters of Population Af Btcyele equal to our IBM American Speeial on which has been placed a price it Young Peoples Society of Chris livered an ablo and very interesting at and Is offering to the general publls to aU alike Further that our Endeavor meets at 645 p m address on The duty of worshiping tlan fected in the chapel Leader Mrs J M God with our substance an obliga Banta tion which Is too seldom recognized The depressing effects of tho presWhere Am I Going Topic was inspiror The meeting Wednesday night ingfulfilled violin singing Mr Louis ent epidemic of Grip uro apparent Prayer solo by and the Â¬ in the Chapel at 715 oclock Harris was also greatly enjoyed every where Teachers clerks bus A Forward Movement Topic Altogether it was one of the best iness men mechanics laborers street Junior Endeavor meets Friday meetings we have attended at the car drivers school children police Are better bicycles than can be bought in America for the same money afternoon at 330 oclock officers and oven the doctors nil fur- Â¬ Y M O A rooms Sunday school meets at U30 nish victims by the hundteds MMMMMMSMVW nnrdiallv wel mho rviin will ho Another interesting meeting of the We employ no traveling men Issue ao expensive circulars sell our entire output to the No remedy yet discovered can onlr comed to all these services and es Y M O A Congress was held on show results equal to Dr Miles Re- Â¬ riders for cashany hare no bad debts therefore can sell BICYCLBS 100 per cent oheaper than the United States We public Ne Monday last Tho committee ap- storative Nervine It quickly over-Â¬ one can succeed inmanufacturer Inbicycles are sent subject to never deceive the any pociallystrangers in the city so doing Our approval without advance pointed at a previous meeting to comes the excessive exhaustion In whatever We expect to sell 16000 bicycle In 1898 and we only want to make 1100 each consider and decide as to the eligibi- vigorates the appetite and assists We muoh prefer to sell 15000 at a profit ot 1100 each than 1000 at tit each Any prloes Catholic church The usual ser lity of tho member nrt int above ours made bv other concerns are mnde so bv extravagant nmni Utah who one convince you that you should pay for extravagances and bad debts of others Buy of vices to monow conducted by Rev boldly acknowleged fromfact that he nature to throw off the deadly mi the your money SEND FOR CATALOG UK AT ONCE pastor Father Thomas Major the High crobes from the system In times of the maker and save mass was a polygamist rendered a decision epidemic like the present it should Low maBB at 730 a m AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio unfavorable to tho Mormon represen Vespers at 730 p m 10 am tative und after a vigorous debate be taken as a preventative of dis- BMMMMMiaMlaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaMlaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaMMaMMiaMiaiaMiaiaiaiM isijr ho was unseated by an overwhelm- Â¬ ease Grip had left Buford Mr J Presbyterian First McOIusky Blayney Church ing vote admitted T Congresssingle weak helpless men physical wreck I and miserable D D the was then as tho to Rev J regularly accredited member from could not eat could not sleep could pastor will preach at 11 a m not pun any strength unu naci Now York No evening service of the Snnday soliool at 945 a m when nervous prostration physician worst Quite a sensation was creatod could1 y7vyvwwwwwwyiwwvwvyvwrzrwT3rp yrwny Our homo Christian Endeavor Society moots the Chairman of tho Committee on kind at 645 p m in Sunday sohool room Ways and Means introduced Act No not help mo and I commenced using This ticket entitles you to n 5 per cent rebate on every flloa TSTni uInn Plitt fllMl littrhta Prayer meeting Wednesday even- 8 which provides for necessary VV ing at 730 sleep that I had had in four months revenue to defray tho expenses of p cash purchase of 100 or more Congress This measure iimposes a came as tne result ot two nrst uoses Church Rev T F heavy fine upon all young men wno When I had taken two bottles I folt Methodist EAGLE WHITE LEAD EXCEPTED Taliaferro the pastor will preach at are guilty ot sending love messages better than I had before in years andÂ¬ 11 a m at the Y M 0 A owing to or boquets or of making matrimonial continued to improve until I was enthe repairs being made on the engagements This bill will meet tirely cured Eli Woodward with tho united opposition oi ine church One tickotonly redeemed with each purchase Plymouth Ills bachelor members of Congress No evening service druggists are authorized to sell meets at 030 a m Several measures previously introSunday school All by A atYM O Leaguo convenes at 645 duced and favorably reported de Dr Miles Nervine on a guarantee woro taizen up and committees Epworth that first bottle benefits or money m v hntnri huh final nntlon nil Rtimo Was refunded Be sure und get Dr Miles ai m m a m m m m m m vi n v sinm p m In tho ladles parlor Prayer meeting Wednesday even postponed until tho next meeting of Nervine Booklet on heart and aKZSZ5aZvgCwKwAfrft A iliiSa4x 7Z3SZZZZZA SjSy2usM ing at 730 p m nerves sent free Address The Pastors Aid Society will meet Co Elkhart Ind Dr Miles Medical at 3 oclock each Wednesday after Horse dollars Hames Picks Saws Shovels Pnint Brushes noon at tho Church Lanterns Looks Mops Buckets Wire Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky OOloIal Board meetBTuesdayevon Ing Tho publlo cordially Invited to at Below will bo found a list of lettors tend remaining unolaimed for tho week ending Jan 14 1800 Sizomoro Henry Boatty H A Church Southern Presbyterian pastor will Black Mrs Sarah Tishnor Miss Wm Crowe Jr tho Rev Lizzie Black llonry preach at 11 a m Brown Miss LizzioThomas Frank evening service No Utterbaok Miss Olark Miss Joe Sunday nofiool at 030 a m Mary Clark Willie v cPrnlnqSnrlAfvnf nhrlstnn Vanmetor Ceton Gould Georgo pm Endeavor moetB at 045 Graves Mrs Sallio 2 Prayer meeting Wednesday even Wash Miss Matt Krelg J h ing at 730 Wells Mrs Manlo Jonluns J S Cure for LaGrippo To all these meetings tho publlo is Williams Miss Masauo Rash cordially invited Miller Miss Luolo Nora Prlnoipal Frank- - Williams Jesso Take a pill containing four urnlns Willson Mrs fort Oollego Tho Visit ok Bishop Burton BishopRt of assalcedltu every three hours Reynolds Marion Woodson P L Will euro a Cough or Cold at onoe of Rov L W Burton D D Porsons calling for any of theso lot This la guaranteed as a surocuro by It positively rolleves all throat Main St Opposite Lexington will ofllclatoattho Churoh troubles tho Doctor in charge of tho Grub say advertised tors will ploaso nfthn AnnnnnlntlR EniscOiml 01 Sllll- -Small doses Price 25 cents at druggists Oity Hall Orchard Keeley Cure S B Holmes P M T mln allftMlni aAVuay iiexi juu au i ad Ascension Episcopal Ohubch vice at 730 oclock will be especially for men with a sermon by the Bishop The Claims of Christ and Subject more win tno unuron upon men be spoclal music and while this service ia designed particularly for men the ladies are also invited The Bishop willaddreso the Sunday School at 10 a m upon the subject of missions and also the ladies of the congregation in the chapel on Monday at 330 p m upon tho same theme The public is cordially invited to all these services Speeial Linen Sale Ar i Â¬ Â¬ I Heeneys Dry Goods Emporium - Â¬ Â¬ rt j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prayer-meetin- g Grim Grips Deadly Marah HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium il Â¬ Broadway SOO REWARD BICYCLES AT 2250 3000 3500 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SI750 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CUT THIS OUT AND BRING TO US Â¬ V VkW Â¬ Maw Â¬ y Â¬ i Frankfort Agency FOR n0 Â¬ efc STflGG Â¬ Candies MASONIC TEMPLE BACON ANN STKEET itynbons Chocolates Averills Drug Store DrBulTs COUCH SYRUP wmmamms EHUGOl 70T7iprT Tfv Tvyr I 7 I Weddino Presents BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT frt My 5c 10c 25c 50c 100 Tables will be worth looking at Tear An Old Document Demurrers Overruled Dont Forget That I am still buying all the coun- Â¬ try produce such as butter eggs t V The Princeton Bnnner mentions an tiged and Interesting document In the possesion of a citizen of that tuwii Mr Eph Outten hns shown us a deposition that was taken January 29 1776 by his Isaac Outten Fq Tho depo sition is on good linen paper and was written In a leulblo hand It is interesting to note the way some of the letters are formed In those days and the peculiar way of spelling words and the use of abbreviations The context of the Instrument related to tho Identification of a cow by Thomas Mitchell the deponent which he had seen four years prior to July onojeur beforo fcfio deposi Â¬ tion was given Mr Eph Outten can trace his parental lineago back to his His father was Eph Outten sr his gramlAUberIsaac Outjen his great- Â¬ grandfather AbrnhaVfi Outten his Isaac Out- Â¬ ten er7 his was Abraham Outten sr This deppsjtiou i Interesting from itsage It was made five months ancf five days before tho Declaration of Indcpepdehce and about sixteen years berore Kentucky was admitted State Isaac Outten was then 4is a magistrate living in Kentucky ountVVaiear the present toyn of Maysville ity Â¬ Â¬ er Tho demurrers by tho coal dealars of this city to tho indictment against against them for violating the anti Â¬ trust law In consnlring to raise the prlco of coal have been overruled This will force a trial on tho merits of the several cases chickens ducks turkeys geese etc aiso an pelts and nirs I am paying the highest cash prices tor every tning in my line Come and see me Cor Broadway and Washington JIMt FtoedT AMAZING E Feuguson CROUP Dreadful DrBulls Cough Syrup recommend Mothers when your children are at tacked by the dreadful croup you need not despair Dr John W Bulls Cough Syrup will relieve and cure this disease at once You can always depend on this marvelous remedy It nover falls to cure For whooping cough and meosle cough it is the beet La Grippe is again epidemic remedy in the land Children like it Every precaution should be taken to avoia it Its specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agricultural Journal and Advertl er Elden Mo says No ono will bo disappointed in usingOne Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Pleasant to take quick to act Tyler Hemphill and W McKee Will cure Croup without fail poses ara small and pleasant to take Doctor Hnrdie Price cents At all druggist Â¬ In the Circuit Court on Wednes Â¬ day Judgments were entered against the Cumberland Telephone Co Hop kinsville Water Co and the Louis villennd Jeflersonvllle Brl luo Co for not making proper reports to tho State Auditor A fine of 1000 each was assessed against them 150 W soles We have placed on our counter about 75 pairs of tho finest ladies shoes in tho store which sold at 500 350 and 300 luce and but ton pointed toes heavv and lieht While they last you can have your choice for 150 it 23 Changed Base MATRIMONIAL BARGAINS 125 A CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of GttffflA Read It States for Court ot Two colored men Mose Clark and In the District 18th Districtthe Kentucky ot tlio James Graves who had been ur IX THE MAT TEH OF L A TRUMBO BANK Rl FT IS BANMlUlTCY Insurance Combine Indicted i0 12 rested for breaking into the ware To tlio creditors of L A Trumbo nt Franklin house at the custom house wharf county and distr ct aforesaid u bankrupt The srrnnd Jury returned indict- Â¬ wore sent to tho Pen for one year iotlid lit hereby given Unit on Atho It day ot January A O lW tlieSuld L Truiubo was ments on Wednesday against 101 each duly udjudlcuted baukiukiit and that the first meeting of III creditors will bo hold at my olllcu composing companies insurance SoutLmist corner iluln and St Clair In Frank- av ion on what is known as the hoard or by Coughing injures and inflames oclock tne win uiy ot Januarythe tuld jw hi u noon at which time creditors Minute Cough trustheir claims others us the Insuranco combine soie liuiirs One allays couching Cuie inio uttend prote bankrupt and appoint a hucli and tee examine the loosens theold transact for violating the anti trust law in hnnN quickly The best couch euro other business us way properly come before said conspiring to ralso the rates of insur- Â¬ for children Tj ler Hemphill and meeiln D W LINDSEY V McKee Hurdle Iteff ree in B ink uptcy District No IS ance Unlaid Â¬ Bro have an days paper They are oflerinir great inducements to customers They have first class go ds and are celling at lowest prices They aro accommodating and clever young men Give them a call Messrs C Kagin in advertisement to Mrs George Donaldson has moved Bentz Sawvier On Jan 0 1699 her boarding house from the corner nt 12 in In the West EndColeginte of Steele and Second streets to the Church New York Miss Natalie Munsion House Sawyier daughter of Dr N J Saw yier to Mr Win Stuart Bentz of Burglary New York City The meat store of M Burckhardt How to Prevent Pneumonia Co St Glair street in the Odd Fellows Temple was burglarized You are perhaps aware that pneu Saturday night A small amount of monia always results from a cold or change in cash drawer was taken During from an attack of la grippe tho ciidemic of la crinne a few years Head Cut ago when so many cases resulted in pneumonia it was observed tnat tne We regret to learn that Mr John attack was never followed by that Griffln Superintendent of the Gas disease when Chamberlains Cough It counteracts Works was so unfortunate as to slii ltpinedy was used cold or la grippe any tendency of a and fall on the icy pavement Wed Â¬ to result in that dangerous disease nesday morning receiving an ugly It is the best remedy in the world Everv gush on his head which required for bad colds and la grippe For sale by J W several stitches to close up The in- - bottle warranted Gayie Jury was a very painful one Â¬ gain not often found lot of Misses shoes worth from 5200 to 300 sizes 11 to lfcJ round toes heavy wolted soles Shoes that are stylish but only a few pair of each kind A bar- - These Prices Only For Cash I ftt McCLURFS CT C AID CT FRANKFORT e K AiiVrfWjHJwJatjatJiatjfc3 YOU NEED A DAILY Sent Up - NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY NEWSPAPER IT ONLY i I COSTS U Â¬ 4 m i A GENTS A WEEK -- To read every day In the year FOR SALE BY- - Jim 7 lU The Louisville R ROGERS Septll lr SONS nro bud NEW STORE Evening Post CO Co Brooms and Brushes u must be cleaned often else they become dangerous lCCtOrS xiair urusutra uciuuuu bjjcuui uucuuuu uuui point OI DOUl IlcailU unu cicuuiiucw lucr uui uo uiuutu quickly and thoroughly by washing in a weak suds made from germ col- uu owuu- - DUimiEBBOS 5 The Evening Post has the Sunlvlng members of th former firm of Duhme KUbllthed oTer lilfu century Market Keoorts M e KRS I A0L2r U OVOl a Chloacio St Loulo HAVE OPENED THEIR NEW STORE Fourth Street At K o s 37 and 39 Where nifty be found a Splendid Aseortment of Washing Powder I II Washington News horse In nrhnn cnndiHnn cents per package tlltidlelnft nnd tlin hpnt In nan fn nnk n Dr Cadys Condition lowdcra just what a horse needs when In ondition Tonic blood purifier ennifugo They aro not food Prlr and but M IC1if Clnftac Gold Dust cleans everything quickly cheaply thoroughly onn imvri iiiii ii iniir niiii wuirv THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY DIAMONDS JEWELRY SILVERWARE ETC FINE STATIONERY WATCHES Wedding Invitations Calling Cards and Dies for Embossed Stationery Itngravcd by Expert Workmen In the most approved styles iTaf Orders Promptly Filled Goods sent for selection to auy part ol the V S Address I r ates Months 12 1 Womens Page Childrens Page By Ma 0niy 200 130 100 80 For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co 3 Months 6 Months Month Boston Now York Philadelphia S CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER Sample Copies Furnished On Application Kyiocl U 7nU SO Cast Fourth St DUHME BROS t CO OIHOINNATI O The unitorslitiieil hns boen b tlio Franklin County Court duly iinxilnttM mid iiuullikU as Hie Aiimliiititriitor wlih the will tuiiiuxeil ot W 11 WiiKxener dweiisttl All iiersoim Imlfhted to him urn requested to make prompt pajiiient to me mid ml thoso tinvinu ilalms auiiliut siild estate will pnne them up us required by law mid list tliein with mo tor imwiient J L WAGOKNFIt Adrrluislrator nltlithe iMIl unuexed ot W II WngKener Dec SI WH 13 lt VM2KSM AblA IJkiAhvAH 111 tiB i fnTTia Vfrin jfrf faiffc SMMCS SHOESlF YOUPREFER QUALITY TO STYLEl SHOES Â¬ p Watch our BIG SHOE WINDOW for the greatest bargains ever offered in Mens Fine Shoes 500toandSOO PatentLeatlier Slices 150 300 500 Oalf and Cordovan Slioes 150 This lot of shoes are made by 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 Large lot Ladies pointed toe shoes worth 250 to 400 150 1 D C CRUTCHER t0ouiity Claims received in pa yment for goods I CO Y tub Frankfort iioigalioiit FRANKFORT JANUARY Able Man Gone 14 1893 is in charge of tho State Executive Want to See You Hon John Felaml sr one of the ablest lawyers of Southern Kentucky and a distinguished leader of the lie publican party in Christian county died nt hh homo in Hopkinsville on Sunday last of ery dpelas supervening upon an attack of la grippe He had served several terms as a State Representative and Senator and four years as Collector of Internal Revenue for the Second District He was selected by Gov McCreary as one of the revisers Of tho Code of Practice- with Judge Bullit as his col- Â¬ league He was a genial and companion- Â¬ able man and had many friends in this city who will be saddened by his death Ho leaves a wife and four children Mr Will S Feland and Mrs John Giimour ofOwensboro John Feland jr and Capt Logan Feland 3d Ivy Volunteers Â¬ I Eclipses In 1800 there will bo five eclipses three of the sun and two of the moon as follows A partial eclipse of the sun Jan- Â¬ uary 11 visible in Alaska Kam schatku Japan and in the northern Pacific ocean A partial eclipse of the sun June 7 visible in western and northern Europe Asia Alaska and Green land A total ecllpiO or the moon June 22 visible in Asia Australia Alaska and Greenland A total eclipie of the moon June 22 visible in Asia Australia Africa the extreme western coast of North America Annual eclipse of the sun Decem ber 2d visible near the South Pole in Australia and in New Zeland Partial eclipse of tho moon De comber 16 visible In North and South America Europe Asia and Africa Tho partial eclipse of tho moon Dec 10 will be tho only eclipse vis ible In this section during IP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Committee appointed by the State Convention to supervise and extend tho work throughout tho State Tho Statu Committee organizes now Associations wherever advisable secures suitable secretaries and pliys- ical directors strengthens and stimu lates Associations by means of Conventions conferences visitujion cor- Â¬ respondence and counsel co operates in securing funds for new buildings and equipment pdvances tho re ligious work stimulates the Bible study practical education and all round manhood The work of the Committee is to unify amplify and vivify this movement for the physical social intellectual and spiritual advancement of the young men of Kentucky The executive ofllcers of tho Committee are a State Secretary a College Secretary and an oftke Secretary The total cost of the State Work for tho year ending February 1 1899 is 6501 including a special expenditure of 2500 for the Association work in the four Kentuoky regi Â¬ ments in the U S service Ono thousand dollars in entirely new subscriptions will be needed to close the year A further object of State Day will be to call special attention to the forthcoming State Convention of the Kentucky Associations at Hen derson February 16 19 for which the State Committeo has arranged a very attractive and interesting pro- Â¬ gram Â¬ Â¬ As it is necessary that I make a change in my business all persons having work in my hands aro requested to call and get the same and all those indebted to me are notified to come forward and settle at once 20 tf W L Coppuusmitii Â¬ ft- - m BAHTIIOUNI SOUTHERN Mfmt Cinciunati Railway ONI DinCCT LINE BKTWEEN LWfly CINCNNA1I ASK IN KENTUlKY Schedule lu oflecc Ore 18 1808 No 5 No 1 T40am voem 602pm 8 5Sam BSfipm AND FRANKFOfiTr C RAILWAY Lv roulvlllo Ar Shilbyvllle lpm fiewi the OASTORIA A TO The Kind You Have Always Bought Â¬ C ALIFORNI A via in connection with tbe Southern Pacific NEfW ORLEANS Through Weekly Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Cincinnati und Louisville on I C It R fust New Orleans Limited triiln i Â¬ hVhRY THURSDAY For Los Angeles nnd Sim Francisco without change Tlie Limited alio connects ut New Orleans dally w Ith Express Truln forthoPnclflo Const and on Tuesday tind Snturtlar with tbe SUKSET LimiTED HNKEX ot theSouttiern luclflc glilng specliil through service to San Francisco Piirtfciilars ol Agents of thelU Hll und connecting lines SO HATCH Dlv mM Agent Clnclnnutl O JNO A SCOTT Civ Pass Agent Memphis A 617pm 10 09 pm Ar Lexington 845iim W35pm Schedule or trains In eToct Decembir 5tli lgsa WltSTliblWD No AM IV m i M 4 25pm b liam Lv Lcxlmrton No8- No 6 TIUIN3 EAST ttal Mixed Mixed 4A2pm 537am Ar Versailles Pussr 5 15pm 555am Ar Lttrcnfibc 9 12nm lOTpm CKam Ar Shclbyvlllo 7X a 40 IOfi 10 40am 7 3ftpm Ar roulvlll 755am Lv Frankfort 120 711 Klkliorn 3 52 Trains No 1 2 5 anil 8 carry Frco Observa- Â¬ 718 1S5 4 00 hltzer tion Chair Curs bolnwu LouUvlllo nnd Lex 7 163 StiinplngOrouiid 411 melon 731 Imvitlls 410 2H5 teorgetown WK8T1IOUND 745 iS0 BA1 HOUND 4V8 Newtown H17 448 3 iW No 13 No II HTATTOWS No 12 No It Centervllle Kj 466 3S5 iTv IjOuI ivU Ar 7 3Spm 10 40am 3 30pm 740am HSO Kllabetli 8 45 5 00 5 55pm V 55am Ar IarncbrcAr 510pm 8 10am Ar Purls M0 6 1U 4 00 A 45pm to 4 Urn Ar IInrodsbRAr 4 25pm 720am 7 00pm 1055am Ar iiurcin lv 4 15pm 710am AM 1 A 31 HM M KA8TDOUND WKSTUOUHD TRAINS WF3T No a No4 No6 No8 Passr Fussr Passr Mixed No 15tNo 67 STATIONS NoJft tNoJB J 3111111 7 40im lv Ionlsv II Ar 10 40am 7 35pm 425 J 80 640 5 02pm UUiim Ar Shrill II Ar 9 lCiml 605pm Lv Paris KlIZHbeth 440 tf10 5 0 ni7pmi I iaim r vi rxucs Ar 7 50m 415pm Centervlllo 945 466 555 f dififm il 11limAf Mliluiv Ar 7 30am 3S8pra U3 Newtown 610 01 7 H pmiUOSpnilAr Ucurgtn Lv 7 00am 300pm Georgetown 761 id 31 C2 WBSTBOUNl EAS1BOUNO S1U Duvalls 101U 6 32 tNo 2 StftmpIngGround tNo ltNo 1060 6 39 822 htai ions HNo bvvltzer 1101 649 840 74oam 3 30pm tv Iiultvll Ar 10 4ihim 735pm Klkliorn 6 66 856 1107 4 45pm 10 UJim 020pm Lv Vcrslles Ar 7 MUm 915 1120 710 11 02 im 7 Uipm ArNlchUlll Ar 65Him 355pm Ar Frankfort II 58pm aapm ArKlchmml Lv OOiim 3 00pm 1 30pm Ar Irvine Lv linpm FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI No I No 3 STA PONS AM AM V M PM 7740am 745pfn 3 40 Ar 11201 710 Frankfort Lv LouTsVllle 10 45am 1035pm 740 Georgetown 42i Lvi lllai 620 Ar Ixlmtton 4 3S 760 Georgetown Ar 1128 617 700pm 74am Ar Knoxvllio Lv 830 Cincinnati 400 510am 115pm 1006 640 Ar AslK vlllo 5 O tra Ar Savannah Mam 1045nm No o 7 30am 766am 820am 10 Ar Larenecbg Ar VersalHes No J 74Spm 6 07pm BfiOpm 4 FOn TICKETS VIA F W II HANSON A KELLONDXO PA Louis Me av a Chicago i Pain UEADAOnE cured In SO minutes by Dr Miles Pills Ono cent a doso At druggists La Grippe Successfully Treated I ond attack of la grippe this yeai says Mr James A iones publisher In of the Leader Mexii Texas the latter case I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I think with considerable success only being in bed a little over two days against ten days for the former attack The second attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the llrst but for theu je of this remedy as I had to go to bed in about six hours after being Struck with it while in the first case I was able to attend to buslnens about two days before get ting down For bale by J W Gayle I ho vo just recovered from the sec Â¬ Bjlll BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha lt0aln ArJucksonylllo 555pm 045am Ar ChuttauooKa 10t0um 11 roam Ar Atlnuu OOnm 225pm Ar Macon 8 55um 0 55pr Ar Jacksonvlllo 6 10pm 655am Lv Chattanooga 10 05pm 1130am Ar lllrmlncham 23citm 855pm Ar Meridian 830am 830ara Ar New Orleans A Cincinnati Havana riorltta Train No Llml ed cablcs Through Draw ins Koom Pullman Skepli car between Loulnvlllc Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville connects nt Lexing ton or CnnttanotKa with Iullman SleeplnB cat or NewOrleanss lreo Chnlrcars between Lou lsvlllo und Lexington Observation ChBlr between Lexington and Homo C fe at ele gant coaches Jralu No 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car be tween Louisville Chattanooga und Illrmlng ham nlo Through Mccplm cars from Ijexlnc ton to Jncksonvlllo via Ashevllla and Savan nah ulso lu Chattanooga and Atlanta Nc Prco Chair cart Lcxlnton to Chatta chnnirc nooga hrough Mccplns curs Lexington U New Orleans IDallv except Pundav AWIIKOON STWUT Lexington Ky Ijoulsvllle Ky FSGANKiiN3d VPOM J IL CULPT M Washington UO Washington V C WATuilKaPAD WMHTAYLOE AGPA Washington LoulsvUle Ky C 1 O Dally except Sunday A N B oonnec conneots with L O with Q C Itnllwuy m connection with Queen Crescent Route forms the qulckesl route from i und Pnrls to the bouthnnd vlu Cincin- Â¬ tnmkfort nati a direct line to the Kist und West JOSEPH R NEWTON lihOU HARPER The F M M titnISdpt C O A i PAX cr TIME TAIUjE No 21 SOUTH Lv No 23 AM 1001 PM 620 611 700 80 J SUelbyvllle Ar Louisville Lexlneton iTimlifort 815 911 1100 No 22 PTA PTA NpRTH Lv Louisville Slielujvllle Knmkfort Ar Lexington AM 1018 1115 830 928 600 700 840 0404004044404Ov THE POPULAR 740 m L N TIME TA1JLE St Paul Nebraska Black Hills W iiS WtfctM dtwr o rJTtlrTt3 M soarn Lv Loxlinston MolNol7 V No A U w -- U AM 845 917 950 M vt VIA Mr S A Fackler Editor of the Miciinopy Flaj Hustler with Ills wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe Ono Minute Cough Cure was tho only remedy that Thanks helped them It acted quickly Thousands of others use this lemedy Wo aro under obligations to Mr as a specific for La Grippe and its Tyler W II Gooding Mr Ed Powers exhausting after effects capable and experienced florist for a Hemphill and W McKeelliudio boquet of beautiful floweis Their fraorrauce and tho variety of colors were a grateful contrast to thogloomy weather width has held sway for Those needing cut some time can always bo supplied and flowers Route with its rail and of the ehnkiest varieties by ca lln forms the short on Mr Power and West India St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS WrtftrlrTr TtTjtTrlT jMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii Ouriiitiisbiir KinliiniKH Kriitittforc Jlldu 5 3J 6 17 430 601 ii 661 745 bill iTCTi Ar Lnjrune Aiidionue liilsvllle NORTH 63 7r5 HWO 745 1114 8i07 1219 10 1016 1116 i4l 7 07 SLEEPERS T DINING GARS No NoIBNo20 A CHAIR GARS M RUGG TRAV PA89R AOENT ST LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT CENT MGB 8T LOUI8 MO U W WAKCLCY OENXPASSR AOTBT LOUIS MO tJtjlfTfjtl P MI I Mi 7 20 L 615 648 628 7 Lv Louisville Anchorage Lagrange hmlnenco Midway Lexington 2 fO 2 37 314 357 Cnrlstlnnsburc Frankfort 4U tr 1025 610 1100 825 H Jil 912 960 7A5 7W iti T THE QUEEN CRESCENT steamer Connections line to Florida points Fast Service through to nC VZ A JtTrrftitI WWWWs titrif t JtrlTi A N trains to LouUvlllo aud L way stations 550 a m V Iy V IIIAMC A r J ItKIIl Y Al C A Â¬ All tho Young Mens Christian As sociations of Kentucky will oborvo Sunday January Iff as State Day Double Dally Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI It r ltfsU P - 1 K1I1IACOV iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiinr Iulvllle Ht m tal ft li I Jtr N tv filnu tfi Tmitntrllln nnl vuiuiiiu llltl UJ bUltlUlltl VOI 11 Ul L N trains to Loulsvlllo and way BtntioiiB 301 p m O trains to Louisville 000 O am O trains to Louisville 013O tf - FLORIDA AND HAVANA t tkt l i rJ Limited solid vestlbuied This is an annual observance nnd will bo more than usually Interesting this ypir on account of the substan tial progress made by tho Associa tions of the State during 189S both in their regular work and in the special work in tho army Ono of tlio special purposes of tho day will be to present tho State work of tho Kentucky Associations which Queen Crescent on arrival service to Florida via the Southern Railway and IWWWVWWWWWWVSIW k4 FC nectloh P Railway makes Â¬ Â¬ at Miami East Coast direct steamship con or at Tampa West Coast for 444444444440O44444444 traniH w JvexiuKion ana y stations 050 a m N trains to Lexington and L way stations 137 p in Louisville Frankfort Accommo- Â¬ dation arrives 642 p m O O trains eaBt 1018 a m O trains east 740 p m O A V Hitb Agent Â¬ uK n way I hu 1 Key West Havana Nassau Santiago San Juan and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans Free books and Information by addressing C W O Try tho Capital Steam Laun dry for a clean shirt or collar Tolophono 17 A great hucccsh I thorn at Mattcrns 10 Por RealStore Room ZCIL OIV PACSOR AQENT 4TH AND RACE ST CINCINNATI O L MITCHELL OIV PASSOfl AOENT CHATTANOOGA TENN OR W C niNEAnSON OENL PASSQR AOENT CINCINNATI O 10 InVmiwJ la Ut Soot J t Bml en ur Tho largo store room In Masonic Temple ono of tho best In tho city is offered for rent Apply to Capt am still making B O Mllnm or Bon 0 Farmer tf m y V i i 0 BUttrwn for Wir llniirM4 JUittilr Lui4 i UtIbo jw 50 4 tf m i 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