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The VOL XXII Fmkfokt A WEEKLY PAPER Roundabout TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KYM 100 In Advanoo- NO 21 FRANKFORT SATURDAY JANUARY 2J 189 i Hi1 ir L v M Through the Iron bars of the vault Important Decision i nobility and president many of the Bean tho A The Kind You nave Always Bought A Shattered Nervous System most distinguished men of this and In a case Involving a light ov r an FINALLY HEART TROUBLE I llko not inhumation other countries have stood and read allowance of extra fees to a Com in is Restored to Hoalth by Or Mlloi Nortlno It fills mo with diHgtiBt thoso Immortal words of Clays en- slonerof the JefTerson Circuit Court To think of bolng food for worms graven on tho marblo sarcophagus Too Fleeting the Court of Appeals rendeied a de Then moulding intodubt I can with unshaken confidence cision on Saturday holding that the Sunday was a glorious day Tie appeal to tho Divine Arbiter for the Circuit Court had no right to make Nor do Iliko cremation Thatroi3tinpinapan truth of the declaration that I have an allowance to the Commissioner In sunshine and wind of Saturday after been influenced by no Impure pur- Â¬ excess of tho legal fees allowed under noon dried up the mud to a consid Â¬ Is shocking to tho feelings ft Ot any decent man pose no personal erable extent and when the sun motive have the statute sought no personal ngrandlzement This Is a very important decision came out Sunday morning It gave us And as for cementation v but that in all my public acts I and may lead to a great deal of liti hopes of Mime pleasant weather Tho plnstorlng device have had a sole and single eye and a gation over fees allowed heretofore Every body felt better But alas I would aH lief bo buried warm dovoted heart directed and - In a solid block of ice it tho clouds and rain returned iniiUiiiin i dedicated to what in my best Judg greatestiiimuni iiiiiii iiiiiv iuri Lilt influence Do Witls Littlo1 I much piofer translation ment I believed to bo tho truo intei-e-t- Early Kihers are unequalled for ovei- - D Its clean and swift and neat iwlYVHJOvni coming constipation of my country and liver V But understand Im in no habto When Clay was buried July 10 troubles Small pill best pill sale Wholesnlo Denier in For life is very sweet Hemphill and W 18r2 tho body was placed In the Hill Tyler TDI McKee Hnrdio Now York Jan 7 1899 western end of tho cemetery In the COUNTRY PRODUCE Qo To family lot whero it remained for State Historical Rooms EDWARD HARDY the Jolly man Â¬ and PROVISIONS of Shoppard Cos great store at several years It was laid there Bracovlllc 111 writes I had nover We are requested to State that Mrs Tho closing out hale of Meirs D amid a great throng of distinguished Sugnr Cignrs Foreign Fruits nnd Vego- - been sick a day in my llfo until lnlSOO t Co and buy what you people many oi O Ciutclier C Morton Secretary will be got so bad with nervous prostration that I whom had como Jennie tnuicij 21 lt want at your own prices had to give up and commence to doctor I from Washington City with the body at the rooms of the Historical So- Â¬ 18 lm tried our local physicians and ono In Joliet during the ten days funeral march ciety in tho public buildings each Clay Monument Leaning f but none gavo mo any relief and I thought to Ashland At Ashland tho Bev day from 11 a m to 2 p in to re- Â¬ I was going to die I becamo despondent Try Miles whole wheat iioui and suffered untold agony I could not cat The Henry Clny monument in the JE F Berkley who died In 1800 ceive visitors and give information M sleep nor rest and it seemed as If I could Lexington cemetery appears to be preached tho funeral sermon Tho as to the society not exist At tho end of six months I was reduced to but a shadow of myself and at doomed unless something Is done to crowd which gathered from every last my heart became affected and I was prevent its leaning It has been whero was only rivalled by the truly miserable I took six or eight bottlea thought for some time and has been crowd which heard him in 1840 of Dr Miles rfervlno It gavo mo relief from tho start and at lost a euro the great tho cause of general comment that when he made his last great speech est blessing of my life tho shaft was not plumb J3ut it in Kentucky after his great comproDr Miles Remedies Dr on every be fettling more out of mise measure It is said that when seems to This ticket entitles you to a 5 per cent rebate are sold by all drugMiles the head of the procession had reached plumb gists under a positive casli purchase of 100 or more guarantee first bottle Nervinei A short time ago an English engi- Â¬ tho cemetery gate tho rear was still benefits or money re Douglas while pass leaving Ashland iBestorco neer Mr James disfunded Book on EAGLE WHITE LEAD EXCEPTED Health ing through Lexington visited tho Mr S A Fackler Editor of the eases of tho heart und nerves free Address lofty monument erected to the great Micanopy Flaj Hustlerwith his DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind He at once remarked wifo and children suffered terribly commoner One ticket only redeemed with each purchase that the shaft was not plumb On from La Grippe One Minute Cough remedy that Cure further investigation lie pronounced helped was tho only acted quickly them It it considerably out of plumb When Thousands of others use this remedy am A sV XJ VA MLTA U f VT a reporter learned of tho statement as a specific for La Grippe and its fsi Tyler he called on Mr C 8 Bell the sup- Â¬ exhausting after effects SSS7 erintendent of the cemetery and Hemphill and W McKceHardie Horse Collars Hames Picks Saws Shovels Paint Brushes aked what he knew of it Mr Bell A Strange Hallucination assured tho reporter that tho shaft Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire H1 was us plumb as the day it was fin- Â¬ is strange the attitude so many It ished He said that when one people in tho city of Havana Cuba viewed the monument from a certain have taken as regards tho sanitary direction it had that appearance und condition measures put in force by that many had In en deceived by the American officers They object this He did pay however that tho to having their premises Inspected Thss handsome table Mahog- Â¬ ground upon which tho base of tho und disinfected any inlaid top and shelf very worst Tho monument rested was solt and yield hot beds of disease seem to be hidden ine and thai ho had especially noted away in private premises and all this fact when the foundation was sorts of obstacles are thrown In tho being laid This may account for way of the inspectors y the cause of the leaning The soft It is frequently found that horses ffWTjryywjy-----yy-earth may have been affected by an cows dogs goats add hogs are all underground stream and thus under- under the same roof with tho fammined the monument If such bo ilies and in close proximity and with tho case every meansshouldbetuken no sewerage to save the monument au its lots would be a national one Kin You Have Always Bought This monument erected to Henry Bewi th Clay was completed about 1850 After Henry Clays death in 1852 Sudden Death and it was decided to erect this to THE- hla memory the contract was award Tbe On Monday afternoon Mrs Howard ed to John Haly of Frankfort Tho design of Julius Adams wa finally Black of this county received a dls accepted aftcrimich difficulty At patch announcing the sudden death first it was Intended to build the of her father Mr L Westfall at his monument of stones taken from each homo at Hastings Minn Only a State in the Union but as certain short timo slnco Mrs Black returned States did not respond promptly it from a visit to her father and she M 334 MAIN was decided to build It of Kentucky left him in the enjoyment of fine FRANKFORT marble entirely Tho marble was health Of course this dispatch was a rude awakening for her taken from tho magnesia limestone SO YEARS on Boone creek near Gjlbles Mill EXPERIENCE When you ask or DeWitts Witch - jj In order to give It a firm foundation Hazel Salve dont accept a counter Â¬ tho earth was excavated to tho depth feit or imitation There are more of 14 reel By doing this n firm bed canes of Piles being cured by this combined of slate about six leet from the sur Â¬ than all others W NcKeo Tvler Hemphill and Hanilo face was jiasbed through and a soften To insure a happy now year keep Trade Marks soil reached Tho base placed thero tho liver clear and tho body vigorous Â¬ Designs Is 40 feet bquare The triangular by using Bo Witts Littlo Karly Copvriqhts Ac Ilisors the lamous little pills for con a sketch and An t irttnc our opinion description my pieces of marblo placed Intheshaft quluii free whether on iin stipation and liver trouble Tyler Invention u probably patentable Communlca are Interlocked and cemented In iKinpliiii ami w JucKcoiiardle tlons strictly confidential Handbook on Iatenta sent free Oldest ai oiicy or securing patents such a manner as to make It impos Â¬ i- ifi Co rooelra latonta takon through Munn rptclai notice without cuargo In tho sible to displace them unless the Service Drill wholu monument topple Standing Scientific Largest ftr A handsomely Illustrated weekly tlun the true shaft U 120 feet high Tho North Atlantic Squadron un- culatlon of any sclentltio Journal Terms 13 yean four months L gold by all newsdealers und about GJ fiit in diameter With der Hear Admiral Sampson has been MUNN New York tho statu e of Clay at tho apox this ordered by tho Navy Department to Co38B Uranch Oltloo tQ5 V Ht Washington U monument is 1112 feet high This make a cruise in southern waters for statute was iiitulo by Oarneene mod service drills and mauouver Thero For Rcnt Storc Room clod from one of Harts models of have been no such maneuvers for Clay All told tho monument cost soveral years as tho lleet has nover The large storo room in Mtisonle rjiJ03 been together in suillclout numbeis Temple ono of the best in tho city In tho vault at the base lies tho oven during the war und It was is oilered for rent Apply to Capt Telephone 100 body of Henry Clay and that of his demonstrated by tho war that such H Head of Clinton Street B O Mllnni or lien T Farmer 4 tf wife euuli lu a htono sarcophagus aorvlco w as needed aOKSSS3SE2S2SXawSi22Ea Kurtlic Houiiilnbout The Confession Â¬ Â¬ 1 OASTOHIA Z Wv Wmy Â¬ ts FPRfll NON MR CUT THIS OUT AND BRING TO US Â¬ yvyvvy7ivvvvivyyiTyyy Â¬ I Â¬ mm W illl1 J STflGG BACON MASONIC TEMPLE ANN STREET Â¬ Â¬ OASTOniA A Coal Wooldridge Jellico Coal R Rogers 2 50 Sons E G MATTERS i Â¬ m Doesnt need to sifted Mined in large COAL lumps sold in large lumps Theres noth ing left but ashes after you burn it Its COAL the coal for economical people Sold only by A DUDLEY BLANTON Flituuilcr STREhT v 1 LiintiM Hmcrica CS s I UJtJSlif i m UmJl rtMiiMJi14JL VWthJfejbk L v j wu iA - V UI 1 22d I And tlmt thoro nrc supposed to be something II ko lOOOUU eases if Mr Ed W Hlnos eponfc Sunday in grippe in New York City nnri that Louisville it is also prevailing largely in Wash Â¬ Hon E Tutt Burnam was In Oln ington Philadelphia and other cities cinnatl this wook und is now threatening Boston It is Mr W N HofTnor wont to Louis a fact that when it was prevailing in Tillo on Thursday nn epidemic largely in our city a few Col St John Boylo of Louisville year- - ago I ascertained by Inquiry was horo this wook of tho ollleers at Jiyamh Match Fac Â¬ Mr J BLowIs of this ofllco spent tory that of the forty three persona Thursday in Louisville employed there not one had been i Hon J Morgan Ohinn of HarrodE troubled by It PERSONAL Dont Put It Off But Come Now We want to make room for our spring stock and to do so we will sell goods cheap to make them go Good Cincinnati Mr John P Starks of Loulsvillo spent part of this wook in this city his old home Muster Maryon T Lewis left Thursday for Gethsomani whore he Will attend school Mrs Otis Ashurst of Georgetown was the guest of her father Mr John N Marshall last week Mrs Capt Honry T Ireys of Greenville Miss in tho guest of her father Col Ohas E Hoge Mr Goo A Lewis of this ofllce made a business trip to South- Â¬ eastern Kentucky this week Mrs Hiram Berry spent several days this week with her daughter Mrs W L Cannon at Midway Miss Briggs who has been tho guest of Miss Winifred Paynter for some days returned homo Saturday Mr Thos 0 Bradley and wife neo Hazelrigg of Lexington wore guests of her father Chief Justice Hazelrigg this week Mr W GSimpson of thebighouto of D 0 Crutcher Oo spent Sunday anu monuay at tneir oranch nouso at Hunitington W Va Misses Mary P and Bessie Lewis who have been visiting relatives in Springfield Ills for several months jhave returned homo Miss Katie Smith who has been giving dancing lessons in this city for some time returned to her home in Lebanon Saturday Miss Mary Keith Miles entertained dn honor of her friend Miss Amanda Arnott at a German held at tho Capital Hotel on Thursday night Judgo A R Burnam attended Circuit Court at Richmond this week Miss Edmonia Gardner of Washington county is visiting relatives in this city Miss Lula Graham who has had chargo of a millinery store in Lancas ter Ky for the past three years is visiting relatives Mrs 0 M Bridge ford and friends In this city Â¬ Â¬ IKoith Miles Mrs Johnson riauprhter are jcucst of Miss May Popper Mr 0 P Ohonault spent Sunday at his old homo at Mt Storling Hon Willis L Ill n go of Ashland was a visitor horo this wook Mrs Mary 0 Haycraft visited rela tives in Louisville this week Mr Ohas Marks of tho Auditors ofllce spent Sunday in Loulsvillo Ool S 0 Sayres has gono to St Louis Mo with a view to locating Miss Katie McQrath has returned from a visit to relatives in Oynthiana Mr G W Saulsborry of Mlddlos Iborough was in the city Wednesday Mr Leo Buckley went to Loulsvillo this week to sell his crop of tobacco Mrs Georgo Darslo is visiting her plnter Mrs tj 0 Barrett In Olovoland Ohio Miss Mamie Crutoher of Duckors vinled relatives in this city this week Mr Walter G Chapman was called to Richmond on Monday as a witness in court Maj W T Havens spent several davs at his old homo in Mt Storling this week Mrs 0 W Saflell entertained her friends at a progressive ouchor party last night Miss Amanda Arnott of Woodford countv is the guest of Miss Mary Â¬ burg was hero Monday I hnve at vnrlous t linen told the MicisEUa Eve of Corbln is visiting press how many at Memphis Ten Miss Maggio Brldgoford nessee Including the agents of The Miss Nnnnio Olay of Paris is tho Â¬ quality Indigo blue cnlico Hownid Benevolent Association escaped tho terrible epidemic of yel low fever there as they claimed by wearing powdered sulphur in their shoes also the evidence of a distin guished German medical writer translated into English that wearing sulphur in this way has proved a complete protection against cholera and other epidemic diseases also that thoso working the sulphur mines of Italy escape the malaria which prevails all about them also that sulphur in the shoes has cured various cases of rheumatism also that sulphurtaken internally or worn in tho shoes has sufllclcnt power to pass through the body the clothing and the bockot book blackening the silver there X Â¬ Â¬ yard 3c per Red calico fast colors splendid qunlity o per yard only Extra heavy outing cloth dark colors 10c Good quality Turkey Red table cloth fast colors only 25c per yard Regular 25c ladies vests only 15c each Extra quality 50c Indies vests only 40o each Childrens heavy hoso fast black with quality only 7c per yard double knees only 10c per pair Apron Gingham best on the market Ladies black hose full sonmless good regular 7ic quality 5c per yard quality 10c per pair Our regular 7 c bleached cotton extra Gents heavy brown and blue mixed quality only 5c per yard socks only 5c j Special reduction on woolen dress goods We carry the best of everything Our prices are at the bottom m The Ravages of Grip Barrett and little visiting relatives in That modern scourge the Grip poisons the air with its fatal germs so that no home is safe from its rav Â¬ ages but multitudes have found a sure protection against this danger Â¬ ous malady in Dr Kings New Dis covery When y m leel a soreness in your bones and muscles have chills and fever with sore throat pain in the back of the head catar- Â¬ rhal symptoms and a stubborn cough you muy know you have the trip and that you need Dr Kings New Discovery It will promptly cure the worst cough heals the inilamed membranes kills the disease germs and prevents the dreaded after effects of the malady Price CO cts and 100 Money back If not cured A trial bottle free at J W Gavles 2 drug store Â¬ Â¬ C ICetgin NO 41 ST Sc CLAIR STREET NEAR BRIDGE Bro f j mmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmm Milks J E M Floub patent Hour on earth the best What Is It Gov Taylor Out Gov McMillln In 2 Peaks Mill Weather rather gloomy The farmers are busy shipping tobacco Born To Mr Albert Hockin smith and wife a son Swigert Mar- Â¬ tin Mrs Ben Games and family of Woodlake were the guests of her porents Mr and Mrs Joseph Florian last Sunday Born To Mr Ben Poindexter and wife a son Carroll Mr Oscar Knights family have got the mumps Mr John S Pierce has had a sovere spell of sore throat I guess Mr Bake Bicou thinks the weather rather cool to go in swim Â¬ ming hut tie had to swim a little any how Mr Boss Ageo or this place moved to Owen county last week Mr Ira Bumbo has gone back to Cincinnati to reside Mr Win Hayden has purchustd tho Dr Suter property Mr Win Bumbo sold his tobacto to Mr Polk Luwrence reulizli g beven cents for four grades YM CA Musicale Tho program of the Muslcalo to be jjiven In the Y M 0 A rooms meet Tuesday evening January 24th at S oclock is as follows Flying Squadron Hall Selection Capital City Orchoster Selected Song Miss Katio Gibbons ViollnSolo Audante Religioso 0 Mr Louis Harris Thome Happy Days Thomas Vocal Solo Miss Hallio Taliaferro Selection Georgia Camp Motting Orchestra Mills She has no doubt with violin abandoned Christmas Song Mr J M VanDorveor oblltratol Solocted gono to tho bottom of tho gulf Piano Duett Misses Taliaferro with all on bourd of hor SoloctionStars and Stripes Forever Orchestra Sousa Brig Gen Engan has boon re- Â¬ In addition to tho above numbers thoro will probably bo a violin cello lieved from duty nsCommissury aolo by Mr Carl Vottor of Olnolu General of Subsistence ponding nati and aquartottssolootion his trial by court martial The Grippe and Sulphur ters of tho Confederacy nre urged to send In their certificates for member Â¬ DISEASE MEN ship as soon as possible The certifi Â¬ cates are to be sent to Mrs Grant NO CURE NO PAY Green Blank applications for mom 19 tf bershipwill be left at Johnson titp rvw iTTTinn TnrATMiiKT m Declines to Run K original Willi Dit K k K Milt 0fl- Hogos for those who have not re 1 Itilif iintiirrirniii Inim nf ltlnml nr U fciexunl difciuo It is tho result of 80 ceived them io 3t years cnpcrieuco in tho treatment of Ta Ex Gov John Young Brown of tneto UiscufCf tl Louisville came out In a card in tho Old Batch WE CURE SYPHILIS Louisville papers of Tuesday In The Deadly drip tho terror which ho declined to enter the race lUUJJUDUUlWDlflUllU fl or Tills terriblo Mood Ioison our jNliW iminKinii jioius readily to M TUiJATMLVf Dcwato of Mercury for the Democratic nomination for Iotiuh cto the fmay ruin our rystcui Is again abroad in the land The you liavoooros ruoutli or tongue Itling In air you breathe may be full of it Governor of tho Slate i tlio joints Foro tnront natr or eyebrows failing outiiinplcsor Ulolcli en fatal germs Dont neglect the Grip a dose Grippe To oyer beauttoinach derangement or you will open the door to Pneu Â¬ Miles ward of La Nervine take coins to of Dr bed on Restorative aches tic you hmo tbo reconuary itago monia and Consumption and invite Wo tolicit tho of this lllootl Polfon mort obttinato cnncf and challenge tlio death Its sure signs are chills with Formally Announced world furnenrowo accept for treatment headache dull heavy pains fever and cannot cure lly our treatment tho mucous discharges Irom the nose ulcers heal tho hair grows again paina diiinppofir thoiltlii boenmes healthy and never-let-gcough sore throat and Gen P W Hardin of Mercer marnago ll posaibio ana tatc Dont waste precious time treating county formally announced his can Â¬ this cough with troches tablets or didacy for tho nomination of the GUARANTEED m CURES poor cheap syrups Cure it at once ffy y SgilMrM fftF H frj Thouramltof young and rniddleagod V Kiflv New Discovery the Democratic party for Governor on with Dr Khus men havo their vigor and vitality rapped by early abures later oxcosms mental new infallible remedy for bronchial Monday last at Mt Sterling worry cto No matter tho cauio our troubles It kills tho disease germs flow Method Troatmonl 13 tno reiugc heals the lungs and prevents the dreaded after effects from the malady IJYECUREIMPOTENCY Prico CO cts and 100 Money bmk a AiidrcatoroMl parts to n normal condl- W tlon Ambition lifo and energy aro reif not cured A triul bottle free tit nowod and ono feels lilmcelt a man I J W Gayles drug store amougmen Kvery caro Is treated Indi i vidually no cure all hen eo our wonder Miles whole wheat flour Is not ful success No matter what alls you All hopo of finding tho missWo can fur consult tis confidentially hut only health nish bank bonds to guarantee to accom ing yacht tho Puul Jones or palatablo thangiving flour is more plish what wo claim 3 tf white thoso on board has about boon Â¬ i contuinsnll the nutritive elements of the wheat berry The coarse woody fiber alone being eliminated If properly cooked it makes a more palatablo bread than white flour Highly recommended by medical authorities for persons having Indoor employment and of sedentary habits Miles Git mi am Flouk the very finest qunlity of Graham flour ever put on this market Not a mixture of bran and low grade flour but the whole product of the best wheat thoronghly cleaned and ground by an improved process Miles Gekmolina a perfect breakfast food Made of wheat Containing all the valuable elements of the wheat berry necessary for sus Â¬ taining life and building up the tissues of the body Superior to oatmeal Milks Bueakpast Flakes made of the very best Kentucky wheat carefully selected and thoroughly cleaned All the woody outer coat ing of the bran being scoured off and then crushed by an Improved process It is easily prepared for breakfast as this crushing process makes It soft and tender and easy to cook Very much superior to oat meal or cracked wheat Milks Faiuna the most delicate Well wheat from preparation adapted for use in the sick room or for youugchildren as well as making delicious food for well people These products are all made of choice Kentucky Wheat which has the finest flavor known Superior to Northern Spring Wheat or White Wheat All manufactured by MILES SON Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Milks Whole Wheat Flour A wild beast of some kind has been playing havoc with the hogs of tho farmers near Augusta Bracken county A man by the name of Harrison has had twelve killed by it So far it has eluded persuit and Its character Is unknown It keep3 timid folks in dcors at night how over whatever it may be The Great Dissolution Sale Gov Robert S Taylor of Tennes Â¬ see retired from ofllce on Monday and Gov Benton McMillln was duly inaugurated as his successor Tho ceremonies took place in the hall of the House of Representatives in tho presence of the joint assembly Gov Taylor delivered a valedictory address and Gov McMillin delivered a short inaugural address Tho cer- Â¬ emonies were quiet und simple Did You Ever Is attracting attention all over the city and county Goods sold at your own prkes 21 lt Calls a Halt they are at D Wol hardly See things selling any lower than C Crutcher Cos 21 lt seeing that Gen Eagan Commissary General Off On Vacation had taken tho Court of Inquiry as a shield for a personal assault on Gen Gov Bradley has gone on a two Miles has ordered steps taken to weeks vacation for the purpose of Dring mat oincer nejore tho proper rest and recuperation In his no authorities toimswer for bis breachs ence Ltent Gov W J Worthing- of military etiquette ton will discharge tho duties of tlio Eagans testimony was an emana Â¬ ofllce Gov Worth ington is a pop Â¬ tion from a blackguard and deserves ular and pleasant gentleman with the severest censure whom it is a pleasure to do business Notice President McKlnley m 1 All ladies wishing to join the Gen Jos H Lewis Chnpter of tho Daugh 71 im Â¬ irarasu3re Tho BaatfnrthnllfnTinw 3 IS THE BU1U - o fWJwilI ill OASTOHIA - bMki Â¬ Tstswsls Â¬ Â¬ 3 Â¬ h Â¬ Stockholders Meeting ORSETS Â¬ W There will bo a meeting of tho Stockholders of tho Frankfort Ma sonic Temple Co at 730 Thursday evening Jan zoin at Lougo uoom third story Masonic Temple for tho transaction of such business as may be presented All Stockholders are requested to bo present B JOHNSON 811 MAIN HOGE STREET Wo treat and curoi EMISSIONS VAHICOOKW BYlltII18 OLKKT IMPOTENOVl SKOIIKT HTMOTUllK DRAINS UNNATURAL WSOHAHU KS KIDNKV and 11LADDKH Dlseaios UOOKB cONSUIiTAIION KHUK PHKK If unable to call write for I10M11 OUIISTION 11LANK for TKKATMUNT 250000 CURED H T Nov20tf Paul Perry of Columbus da sufÂ¬ fered agony for thirty years and then cured his piles by using Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals Injuries and skin diseases like maple Tvlor Hemphill und W McKoo Hardle 0 Milam In my dally papers of December cuted at this ofllce uti- Job work neatly exe- Â¬ B T Faumeu Secretary 21 President Kennedy Kergan 22 W Fourth St 1 I am Wt In II CINCINNATI O m i lt MB IMI - iLik- - AAA - Found Unconscious Will Return True to the Old Town Hale of Kentucky Avenue West Side wns found un conscious yesterday imiruintr curly near tlie end of her houe It Is sup posed sliu went out In tho night to take some clothing from the line as she hud some clothes pin in her hand Slio was nearly frozen when found Her husband Is night watch iiitiu lit Coilgleton Hi iw rtiw nilll and Mrs Hale win alone In the hiaise Ah vc iro to press she had not re covered COtlScioUSIieSS Mrs Newton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo learn that Dr It Goldstein The following shows how Frank- Â¬ the celebrated specialist will return fort boys still lovo tho dear old to this city on Friday January 27 town i and will bent tho Capital Hotel for LouisviijTiKv Jan 101899 Grippe Was Prevalent as Early as the Time of Hippocrates in the New Telephone Service Filth Century one week in place of only two days J Geo A Lewis as heretofore Ho will also make DeaiiSiii special calls In the city after olllco Being under tho Impression that hours Olllce bourn are from 0 a m my subscription expires in January to 12 in and from t to 4 p m I send you 100 for nnother year of Those having defective vision and the best paper Irom tho best town on those whose glasses need adjusting earth Still an old Frankfort boy sdould glvo the doctor a call CM School of Reform Officers Fined The BoardCompanlos or Insur consisting of 80 ance Combine companies wore lined 2U each In the circuit court on Thursday alter noon for conspiring to keep up the rates of insurance Â¬ Court Martial Under orders of the President the have bet n detailed of the court martial to try Commissary General Engan lor a breach of military regulations In his assault upon Gen Miles MaJ Gen Wesley Merritt MaJ Gen Jus F Wade MaJ Gen M 0 Butler MaJ Gen S B M Young Brig Gen It T Frank Brig Gen A C Pennington Brig Gen G M Randall Brig Gen J Klinp Brig Gen It Comba Col Peter 0 Haines Col Geo L Gillespie Col Chas 11 Suter Col F L Guenther Lieut Col Geo B Davis following HHccrs os members I At a meeting of the Commissioners of tho Kentucky School of Reform For Infants and Children held at Lexington on Tuesday Prof Kind You Have Always Bought E C Doak of tho Tennessee Indus The trial School was elected SuperinBoars tho tendent and Dr A II Stuart latu Signaturo of Deputy Warden of the Frankfort Penitentiary was elected Assislant Pension Cases Superintendent and Physician Dr Stuart is now a Captain in the Fourth Regiment Kentucky Volunteers at Up to tliis timenpplication for penAnnfston Alabama which is soon sion crowing out of the war witli Spain have been tiled to the extent to be mustered out of theservke Â¬ CASTOR A Â¬ axMM Â¬ Â¬ Wants to Qo Hon Brutus J Clay of Madison county is applying for appointment as Commissoner to the Paris Exposition He has the backing of Congressman DavNun Senator Deboe and Ex Secretary of State Diy of Ohio Thats pretty solid backing and would win niub cases out of ten Â¬ i I Â¬ I House for Rent Containing five rooms besides kitchen and bath room on Main Htreel For information apply to Dr G W Chlnn 203 Main street 1 21 tf Badly Hurt Mr Wm Magill was engaged in moving tho big safe of Mr W L Coppersmith on Wednesday last when the skid under It broke as It was being raised on tho dray and the safe falling caught Mr Magills left foot mashing several toes Dr ueo W Chlnn was called and gave necessary surgical attention and young Ma 111 is doing nicely Close Up III Mayor Sim rail has issued an order requiring all business houses not specially exempt by law to close up on Sunday This was occasioned by the fight waged by tho W C T U and Christian Endeavor Societies on the open saloons The fight becamo so bitter that saloon men wero assaulting persons investigating saloons and tho Mayor sees that the only way to prevent further trouble is to compel all to close up of some 5000 claims This demonstrates the wisdom of tho careful examination which is Col John Russell Young Libra being made of every man who is be rian of Congress died suddenly on ing musteied out of the voluntier Tuesday last service Col Young had filled many posi- Â¬ Qrlps Ravages Doomed tions of honor and trust in tho diplo- Â¬ matic corps and was a talented and So much misery and so many able man President McKlnley made him Li deaths have been caused by the Gripa that every one should know what brarian July 1897 wonderful remedy for this malady is found in Dr Kings New Discovery Great Reduction That distressing stubborn cough that inflames your throat robs you of Cut sales in the monumental bus- - sleep weakens your system and Iness Is something unusual but wo paves the way for Consumption is intend doing an extraordinary bus- quickly stopped by this matchless iness in tho next 90 days and in cure If you havo chills and fever order to make It interesting to those pain in the back of the head soreness in need of work in our lino we havo in bones and muscles sore throat and made a big cut In our former low that cough that grips your throat nrlces which is enunl to a cut sale like a vice you need Dr Kings New Tdlffnr n Ini rrn tiiiinlriH rP mAfllum Discovery to cure your Grip and sized monuments headstones and prevent Pneumonia or Consumption markers which we have manufac- Price 50 cts and 100 Money back tured during tho winter mouths we if not cured A trial bottle tree at 3 wish to dispose of them at cut side J W Gayles drug store prices and are willing to give tho public In general a chanco of a life A Nations Loss time to get a monument or head- Â¬ stone at one half actual cost In the death of Hon Nelson Ding Remember this sale is only for 90 ley Representative from the Second days and strictly cash W D Lewis District of Maine tho Stato of Maino Manager Frankfort Marblo Works and tho nation at largo has sustained lw a heavy loss He was a man of fine Ancient Order of Hibernians Book ability and was a pure clean man in every relation of life Reception Ho was the recognized leader of An extremely large crowd attended tho Republican party upon the fljor the Book Reception given at A of Congress and was accepted as un- Â¬ authority upon many O H Hall Kleber building South doubted Side last Wednesday night The weighty financial and other measlibrary was augmented by 7o hand- ures His death occurred on Friday somely bound volumes of leading authors of the day Cards an I danc- Â¬ night and was duo to pneumonia ing was provided for the amusement supervening upon nn acute attack of of the ladles and gentlemen present la grippe and many tipped tho light fantastic The Right Course until 12 oclock when all repaired homeward happy hi the knowledge At tho union service on Sunday of u pleasant evening spent night held at tho Baptist Church boforo tho close Bring in your premium justearnest protest wasof the servicea an tickets before March 1 unanlmus vote againstadopted byof tho seating They will not bo good after tho Mormon Congressman from Utah that date This is the right course to pursue R K McCluro Son and if tho peopio all over tho 21 Gt country will only adopt this plan the affront to tho good of peopio U S Senators Elected of tho country will bo properly reDistinguished Man Dead Â¬ 1 Â¬ T There nro many who think that the grip as It Is eoirimonly called Is nothing more or less than a bad cold This is a grave mistake as there is no doubt that it is a mias matic infectious and contagious malady a form of epidemic catarrh more or less severe according to cir Â¬ cumstances It was regarded as eaily as IIIppo cratos time in the fifth century B C and since has paraded under a variety of names In different coun tries In Russia it Is the Chinese catarrh In Germany tho Russian past in Italy tin German disease and in France It is popularly known as the Italian fever and sometimes as th Spanish Catarrh each nation apparently blaming the scourge to its most despised enemy In France it was at first called co co luche becauso the sufferers wore caps close over their heads After wards tho Italian physicians named It Influenza and in later years French doctors gave it the name of which we with a la grippe natural dislike for any thing with an unhandy handle to it Anglicized to plain grip The contageon is very little understood and depends for Its conveyance apparently upon somo pecullnr condition of the atmosphere spreading witli remarkable rapidity When it broke out in London in 1817 it ap Â¬ peared In a single day over every part of that great city and atrectcd upwards of 500000 persons The vis- Â¬ itations of the malady last but six or seven weeks but have been at times very severe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Telephone Tho Frankfort Company which wns organized by Mr Woodford Longmoor and whose intorosts nro being pushed by him is mooting with marked success and deservedly so Similar institutions nro now in successful nporation in all of our surrounding citios in fact throughout tho whole State offering to tho citizens a high class telephone service at a re Â¬ duced rato Tho Frankfort Company guar Â¬ antees tho highest class sorvice their plant will bo fitted up with all modern improvements At Central Station they will uso copper wire and tho highest typo of modorn instrument with long distanco transmitter with adjustable arm and 500 ohm induction coil thus assuring its patrons tho very best sorvice Its social convouionco and its saving of time and trouble to tho housekeeper cannot bo cal- Â¬ For police protection culated fire alarm and in urgency calls to the doctor overy one must appreciate its value Tho com- Â¬ pany offers their service nt 12 15 for an offico for a residence and 20 for a business house No healthy person need fear any dangerous consequences from an at Â¬ tack of la grippe If properly treated It Is much the same as a severe cold and requires precisely the same treat ment Remain quietly at homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as directed for a severe cold and a prompt and complete recovery Is sure to follow For sale by J W Gaylo Â¬ Fund Raised Frankfort Cincinnati Railway Â¬ Tho peopio of New York have hon- Â¬ ored themselves as well as Col War- Â¬ CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT ing by raising 100000 for tho benefit of his family instead of erecting a ASK JOB TICKETS VIA F C RAILWAY monument to his memory as tho family needs bread more than Col Schedule of trains In effect December fith 189S Waring does a stone PM 1 M AM TRAINS EAST ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN Nol Pnsar Mixed 7 00 3 40 No 3 ho 6 Mixed Still in the Ring I am still doln business at the old stand Como and see me with your country produce such as chickens ducks turkeys eggs rabbits squir- Â¬ rels ifcc I will pay you the highest cash prices Bring along your furs c i want them and you want the money Cor Broadway and Washington 21 Lv Frankfort Klkborn Swltzer 100 135 155 230 3 20 Stamping Ground Duvalls Georgetown Newtown Centervllle 711 718 72S 731 817 825 830 840 AM 745 S52 400 410 416 428 448 51Q 16 Ar Paris Elizabeth 466 600 335 a 45 400 R Ferguson TRAINS WEST Lv PM A M P M No 2 No 4 No 6 No 8 Passr Fassr Cussr Mxed Â¬ Â¬ lt Paris Elizabeth New Thing Stamping i round Centervllle Newtown Georgetown Duvalls Swltzer Â¬ The following Stato Legislatures sented Your Tour dootor knows all about foods and modloinoa Tho noxt tlmo you soo him just ask him what ho thinks Doctor Knows Emulsion Scotts phOBphltoB of Cod Llvor Oil with Hypo- Wo oro willing to trust In his answor For twonty flvo yoars doo- tors havo prosoribod our BmulBlon for palenoBS woak- noes norvous exhaustion and for all dlsoasoB that oauso loss in flosh Its oroamy oolor and its pleaBant taste mako it os pooially useful for thin and delioato ohlldron No othor preparation of cod livor oil is like it Dont loso timo and risk your health by taking something unknown and untried Koop in mind that SCOTTS EMULSION has stood tho tost for a quartor of a oontury Joe and Jiooj ill druggliti SCOTT It BOWNE Chtmliti New York elected U S Senators this week Date of Important Events Massachusetts Henry Cabot Lodge Rep Tho calendar for 1899 gives these Indiana Albert J Beveridge important facts Rep Washingtons Birthday comes on New York Chauncey M Dopew Wednesday and Memorial dny and Rep July 4th will be celebrated on Tues Â¬ Michigan Julius C Burrows Rep days Christmas will como on Mon Â¬ Missouri Francis M Cockrell day Ash Wednesday on February Dem 16th Shrovo Sunday Is March 12th Minnesota Cushman K Davis Good Friday March 31st and Faster Rep April 2 Tho new Congressmen will Maine Eugono Hale Rep assumo their prerogatives on Satur Jos R Hawloy day March 4th May day Is to be Connecticut Rep Monday Tennessee W B Bato Dem Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky Â¬ Another Qood Alan Passes Away Away back In the was a Representative in tho Legisla ture afterwards Assistant Clerk of the Senato and Clerk of Lincoln Circuit Court During tho civil war ho was a Captain in the Federal Army Ho was u bravo genial and On Sunday honorable gentlemen night Jho passed over to the other shore at tho homo of his son Air A A McKinney In Stanford aged 8l years Wo knew him well and admired hlmE Peace to his ashes Â¬ II McKinney fiOs Capt Geo of Lincoln county Lolow will bo fouled a list of letters v Lexlnuton romalning unolaimod for tho vool Midway ending Jan 20 1899 trmkfort BonBonOharloa YVMondo Miss Alico Chrlstl miliary hmtiumce Perry O O Blades Mrs Ujrunge RIohardson Miss Jonnlo Anchorage Lula Blv Marv Nottio r Louisville Appointed Bonar Edward itouins mrs kiuo Soott Mrs J W Cook Will Our old and valued friend MaJ J Shanor WnBh 3 Emerson Mrs NORTH Shroek Q G Mary II Ashcraft of Paduenh has been Emmonds Mary Smith Miss Anna appointed on tho Shlloh Battlefield Uv Louisville Younger Mrs EL Aliclionue Commission to succeed the latu Gen Murgarot Lagrange Oillott A E 2 Eminence Qreone llarvoy SmlthMrB Mary J Don Carlos Buell Cnrlstlansburg lleloms J U Major Ashcraft was in tho battlo of Fraukrort Midway Porsono calling for any of thoso lot Shlloh and is peculiarly fitted for his ir Lexington tors will ploaso say ndvortised new duties S B Holmes P M We publish an advertisement of Kodol Dyspepsia Curo in our col- Â¬ umns this issue and wish to say to our patrons that we believe this preparation is worthy of a trial by any person suffering from this agon izing complaint AVe honestly be lieve this preparation will do for you ull the manufacturers claim for It Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is prepared by tho well known and reliable firm of E C De Witt Co Chicago and from our long experience in a busi Â¬ ness sense with this firm as adver Users wo feel safe in saying that they would not place on tho market a preparation for tho cure of Dyspep Â¬ sia unless they had a remedy of tho highest morit and conscientiously believe it would curo this well known and almost universal complaint Wo further add that if this prep aration is equal to the other well known remedies which they mako viz DeWitts Little Early Risers DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve and One Minute Cough Cure It will speedly win Its way into public favor Wo cheerfully and heartily glvo our personal endorsement to this concern and tho reliability of tho goods they manufacture which havo been largely tho means of their success and In writing tills volun tary endorsement on our part wo feel that ro aro simply performing a duty which we owe to our patrons Elkhorn Ar Frankfurt AM 945 9 f3 1031 1043 1050 1100 1107 1120 J30 940 540 S55 60 tttl GflG 62 632 6 39 810 822 761 425 440 466 610 a49 710 a40 915 5 FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI 7 00 PM 1005 745 760 340 42S 438 640 Lv Ar Lv Ar Georgetown Georgetown Cincinnati Frankfort Lv Ar Lv Ari AM na PM 1032 1028 8S0 710 620 617 400 O Dally except Sunday N connects wlthL O with Q A A B conneo The F C Railway m connection with Queen Crescent Route forms the nulckest route from Frankfort and Paris to the South and via Cincin- Â¬ nati a direct line to the Eist nnd Weit JOSEPH R NEWTON LU ii HARPER A GPA ienISuDt N trains to Louisville aud L way stations 550 a m N trains to Louisville and way L stations 937 a m N trains to Loulsvillo and L way stations 301 p m O trains to Loulsvillo 909 O am O O trains to Loulsvillo 613 pm N trains to Lexington and L way Btatlons 950 a m N trains to Lexington and L way stations 437 p m Loulsvillo Frankfort Accommo- Â¬ dation arrives 642 p m O trains oast 1018 a m O O O trains east 740 p m A V Hite Agent J VX TIME TAULE no15no17No19 P MI 2KM A SOUTH II A SI 232 301 3101 1017 3581 1085 4 5S I 835 906 937 777 650 022 U41 451 IIjiS USM 5251 120J 710 745 810 NoI6JNo18 P MI A 237 314 - No 20 M PM 410 444 521 547 603 642 2O0i 72U H4H 4 02 45 507 1025 540 1069 755 825 852 912 960 n BlmfHwiwMiiwwgiOTiirrrnerMriMM nT7 rtf nrzFvmzzssrmzz Tfte Frankfort RouQflaHout Entered nt the poitotlke at yrnnkfortKentucky us second clnss innlliiblo matter THE GREAT MAJESTIC m n U 9 I- uiasne TV i 4TS joiseair AND W GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 21 18 IHAJCSTIG MUtSTIC Mrcco FRANKFORT JANUARY New Postofflcc Z - A COPPER 101 VWaHgayiBiHmMJiWMp KH the S2S Mfcco I Q a Baked in 3 Minutes -j- SERVED WITH Hot Coffee a-o- wm M A COLLINS Commencing MONDAY NOV 11TII to 10TII 1808 St Clair Street nil nro Invited to nttoiul nnd see the working of tho A new postofrteo lins boon cstnh llslicd at tlio store of Mr John C Quire Just at the Old Crow Distillery promises five iiiIIln irom this city in Woodford county Tlio potolHi o is to be known us Quire in the do pnrtmont informed Mr Quire tlmt the nume Crow or Crow Valley as he wished It called was too sim- Â¬ ilar to the name of another post ofllce GREAT MAJESTIC STEEL THE GREAT MAJESTIC J0111 t1 MALLEABLE AND IRON RANGE THE GREAT MAJESTIC 18 UNRIVALED FOR BEAUTY nn UTIHTY DDKABILITY thorough cookliR nnd quick wnter hentlnR it has no rlvnl It I mndo to Inst n llfe timp r Wrk wlth onchnlf tho fucl thnn ny otllpr Rovo rrnnRe Don chances on nny of tlio numerous Immltntlons mndo by ttiocnsl iron stovolrnde Tho Great Mnjeetlols now eoldtnkoevery In Stnto In the Union Mr QulroisacIeveriiHtling young merchant and will make an ueeepta ible postmaster Female Presiding Officer Special Inducements to Parties Purchasing This Week ll 2w rC7C ZJi iSjTAjLiSSijt J JJLA r rrrr KfVAAAAAAT1MaM11Milmi1aMjMiMJWLl4a1rfitfijtUJj JV m j ji SZ3C2EZvS2S5S2S252K2S2SZi2S5ZnH rows and troubles of life need I For the first time in the history of the country n woman has presided over the action of u legislative body In the Kansis Legislature last veek Mrs Lee ltepresentntivefroui Arrappaho county was called to the chair by Speaker Smith when lie wished to speak upon a measure then before the House Mrs Lee while temporarily embarrassed as the day wore on soon recovered her equilibrium and made 41 very good presiding oflieer We believe this to be the first Instance of the kind in the history ol the country We doubt not that the presence ol u few good women in our Legislatures would mako the male members much better Itcprcwntu tives and prevent much disgraceful wrangling and we are not by any means an advocate of what Is commonly denominated womens rights Â¬ Â¬ panacea of the old fashioned gospel of Jesus of Nazareth rather than the rant of Iconoclasts and free thinkers and such a church ship as Ills sooner or later goes to pieces on the rocks of good hard common sene and practical Christianity that meets the yearnings of humanity with a balm for every wound lie has resigned and will devote his energies nnd talentsof which he has a good supply to the lecture platform tfic transit rtoria inimdi Â¬ An Innovation dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat troubles lead to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure u ed at the right time will preserve life health and a large amount of money Pleasant to take children like it Tyler Hemphill and V McKee Hurdle Philippine Commfssion Thesoar ThoOwlngsvillo Outlook bus the following The first negro Jury over summoned to try a case in Bath county was that which did duty in Magis- Â¬ trate Charles Wilsons Court in Hethel district Mr Wilson had tried several cases all or which he thought was so plain that the uver ngejuror ought to have no difficulty in arriving at a verdict but in all of which Juries of white men had failed to agreed Whereupon he dismissed the white jurors and had summoned a jury composed entirely of colored men and proceeded to again try tho cases which had caused so much ag gravation in the way of hung juries The colored Jurors were very proud of the lienor shown them and j in each case returned a verdict and satisfactory to all parties concerned Magistrate Wilson is a Democrat Â¬ Â¬ n orth Weeteni b Lin ELEC TRIG LIGHTED 20th CENTURY TRAIN For St Paul Minneapolis fluluth v il0 p in every day Daylight Train leaves Chi ago 830 a m daily Leaves Chicujro except Sunday p m daily Nigot Express 1015 A Solemn Scene The paths of glory but lead to Such is the solemn les the grave son that is to bo learned by death not only of tho lowly but of the sreat and those who strive to attain to high honor and glory The funeral of Hon Nelson A DIngloy Representative in Congress February from Maine was a solemn and affect- Low Rates to Cincinnati Jng scene Never since the death of Hon Win Kelly of Pennsylvania Jan 13 and 14 Jan 27 and 28 has such a funeral been held Feb 10 and 11 Feb 21 and 25 March The Hull of the House was packed 10 and 11 March 21 and 2o the with Congressmen high dignitaries Frankfurt iV Cincinnati Itiilwuy will from other countries the President cell tickets to Cincinnati and return limited to Monday following date of rtlio Cabinet the Supreme Court and sde at half fate to holders ol Cincin-n-i- ti a vast throng of plain people came Symphony Orchestra Concert together to render a tribute to the tickets Tne e tickets can be pur memory of the honored and beloved chased from ticket agent at Fiank fort for 30c dead J R Nkwtox G P A High honors had come to him as a Tusult of honest and clean endeavor Sunday Special Train but death is no respecter of persons Thu lesion for us all to learn is that A special train missed through this wo should so strive in life to do our city on Sunday afternoon just before duty that us he who has gone we oclock over tho L N carrying may be remembered for the good an opera troupe Tho passage of the and great deeds and have no stain of t train caused a rumor that the Short sin and wrong to mar that rcmem- - Line trains were all to pass hero owing to tho high water c This brance As the nation stood reverently by was a mistake as that line had not the bier of Nelson Ningley it could met with any trouble from the heavy with trutli be said here was a great rains and good man Â¬ j j The President has appointed Admiral Dewey Gen Otis Col Clias Denby Prof Worchester of Ann Arbor Midi and President Sehur man of Cornell University as tlio Commission to study and report upon the economical and political question involved in the situation in The Commission the Philippines will sail for Manila about the first of Â¬ ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA school building There will be a meeting of tho Frankfort High School Alumni on Tuesday January 17th in the Â¬ There is very im portant business on hand and the members are urged to attend Maiusakct CuLTint Secretary of Association CMcap and Rortli Western Railway January Rii 10 189 - The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago w Foolhardy JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ A hotel keeper in Havanna had so little sense as to raise thu Spanish flag over his place of business on Sunday It came near producing n riot Tne excited Cubans commenced throwing stones at the flag and doing other things to show lliuir disapproval A force of American soldiers dou ile quieked to the place and 1 weret the Hag tints quieting the people Â¬ m f Insurance A gents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET EHSEiriEn I Want to See You I As it is necessary that I make a change in my business all persons Having won in my hands are re quested 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 CoiTKUSJirni Colonization the Capital Hntel j Cheap Cheapest The periodical colonization scheme Georgia The head of the new syn dicate is located at Chattanooga Wo doubt if it lasts any Tenn longer thnn such things do and that used is until all the money in sight up Â¬ i- Another Independent Plays Out As is usually the caso when a lot of peoplogutho disgruntled churches and rush off to Church of the People Church or something ol things go with a rush while tho en Â¬ thusiasm of something new is on but when tho steady strain and pull of honest endeavor comes on theyi begin to stagger get weak and finally Dicker out just because there is nothing solid and substantial back of It all no real love faith patience and consecrated effort A fine illustration is at hand in the meteoric career of Rev Thomas Dixon of tlio Peoples Church New York He was so thoroughly disgusted because plain every day Christians did not think that the pulpit was tho proper place for a discussion of politics thul ho rushed out and esat Peoples Churches tablished several places finally drifting to New York and becoming the head of such a concern there He has at last discovered as they all do sooner or later that the sor- Â¬ If you want the market at tho lowest prices lust step You D C Crutcher it with the1 in at he astonished at Cos cut in will the establish a prices Tryihem 21 lt a Free Electric Railway that kind Is being put forward again by certain best goods on tho colored leaders In Tennessee and MHttjF- fiilP DIMolollollGi - Typewriler oj 4 - j By local applications as thoy cannot roach the uisoaseu portion ot tho oar There is only ono way to euro deaf ness nnd that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucout lining of tho Eustachian Tube whon tills tuboifl inflamed you have a rumbling sound orlmperloct hearing and whon it Is entirely closed deaf ness is thn result and unless tho in flamation can bo taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition honring will bo destroyed forever To the Public nino cases out of ton are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an in We are authorized to guarantee flamed condition of tho mucous sur- Â¬ every bottle of Chamberlains Cough face Remedy to be as represented and if Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars not satisfactory alter two thirds of for any case of deafness caused by the contents have been used will re catarrh that cunnot bo cured by ii lid the money to tho purchaser Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cirThem is no hotter medicine mado for culars free J R OHEENEY CO Toledo O la grippe colds and whooping cough Price 2 and 50c per bottle Try it BSTSold by Druggists 75o J W Gayle Halls Family Pills aro tho best Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Theclty of Cnrrollton at the mouth of tho Kentucky Is to have an elec trie railway The fund necessary to build the bridge across the Kentucky river to connect it with Prestonvillo has been raised and an eastern firm has guaranteed the building of the Wo believe It Is to run to road Milton just opposite to the city of Madison Intl It will no doubt be a paying investment j Deafness Cannot IJo Cured Built on strictly soientiflo principles and of tho highest crado matorluls Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can wo do it Simplicity in construction and not belonging to tho Type- Â¬ writer Trust result In an honest produot at an honest price You need a typewriter It adds tono to your business and is tho greatest time and labor saver of modern time Tho Bliokons dorfor is tho only hlerli grade machlno at reasonable cost Durable Portable Vlslblo Work Interchangeable Typo Un- Â¬ varying Alignment UnexcoHpd ManlfoldorNo Ribbon Nuiennco Tho only typewriter rocolving highest award at Worlds Fair Greatly Improved slnco Adopted by the Wostorn Tfllon Tele graph Co CQySond for cataloguo and testimonials Â¬ MOORE BEOS 125 Gen Agent 018 iira E Fayotto St Baltimoro Md m F St N W Washington D O 20000 bolts wall pnpor at 4c WM CROMWELL nnd upward Agent for Dooring Attornov at Law mowors and binders Oliver plows Studobnkor wagons bug Â¬ Frankfort Kentucky Also gies stoves Main streot nnd CourtsReal Batata Agent Will prnctlcelntns ol Franklin nnd the mtloinlng counties and will also give special attention to the du St Olnir street cbiise and sale of real estate collection of rents M A Collins Jnn 290 y claims and tneneirotlatlon ofloani I BIG BARGAIN SALE CLOAKS 500 for choico of the entire lino of 1000 1200 nnd 1500 Jnckots 200 for choice of the ontiro lino of childrens 400 500 and G00 cloaks DRESS GOODS CORSETS AND WAISTS 100 125 nnd 150 corsets odd lots at 50 els 225 Equipoise Waists for 100 Jonness Miller Corset Waists 100 worth 200 5 5 7b 81 15 20 UNDERWEAR All of our winter underwear at cost COTTONS AND SHEETINGS cts yd for Mason villo Cotton cts yd for Lonsdale Cotton cts yd for Berkley Cotton cts yd for Lousdnlo Cambric cts yd for 10- Popperol Sheeting cts yd for 10 Utica Sheeting - yd a bargain All wool dross goods nt cost 300 yds DIMITY White Cheek Dimity at 10 cts PERCALS AND CALICO 3 cts for Indigo blue calico Ui cts for Shirting cnlico 10 cK for best yard wide English Penan g Yard Wide good Percals at 7i cts MILLINERY All of our 350 500 and G00 English hats at 198 SXX To Meet on Daniel Doones THLJILIlJXr An Algonquin STREET Superstition in some the tradi- Â¬ Birthday To Business Again m Our friend Mr John Ities lato of The Kentucky Historical Society Rles has will meet in its rooms at the Capital tho firm of Burckhardt Peb 11th Daniel Boonos birthday received tho fixtures for his new meat store and opened tip In the room at 11 oclock The election of ofllcers will bo tho lately occupied by Mr Ferd Jacobs Thero next door to Ellwangern corner business of tho meetinp will bo an address by the Vlco Presi- Â¬ Main and St Clair f dent Hon J A Steele mid an in- Â¬ Mr Ittes is a clever and reliable teresting paper read prepared by man and proposes to sell at reasonDr J D Bryan United States Sur- Â¬ able prices and tho very best article geon at Ottawa on tho pre ploneer of meat tho market can n fiord history of the Boones and Bryans TH5ATAnnrciMirfHn20 minutes bv Dr Miles Tho Executive Committee- and Pain Pills Ono cont t doso At druggists members of tho society are expected Hello Everybody to bo present Mna Jknnii C Mortox Whats all this rush on upper Main Secretary and Treasurer Kentucky street Why Its tho crowd trying to get to D C Crutcher k Cos to get Historical Society tlie benefit of their sacrifice sale Â¬ Mot Christian countries Natural Oas Prom all over the country where natural rub is in use comes the news that the supply is failinfr and that at the present rate it will not bo long beforo the supply will bo exceed Â¬ ingly short If not exhausted This is sad news for those who havo been luxuriating in this easy and clean luel Especially is it bad for the manufacturing enterprises who use it as tiieir only fuel StMMf I Curs form or another having tion regarding the cattle kneeling In their stalls on Christinas eve It i seems strange that the Algonquin Indians north of Luke Tomlscam inguo who have1 not been brought into touch with Christian civiliza tion to any great extent should possess a legend strangely simlllar to the undent Christmas story Such Kansas City Montana however is tho case and hunters who have been in the northern Colorado Pacific Coast country during tho Christmas season have been surprised to see the Utah Washington Omaha Indians steal out in the woods on Christmas night and hide among St Paol Nebraska tho trees that they might catch a glimpse of tho deer kneeling in tlie Black Hills 21 lt snow On this night the Chippewa VIA tribe of the Algonquin will not La Grippe Successfully Treated shoot or trap any of these animals I havo just recovered from tho sec Â¬ believing that at such times the deerÂ¬ are falling on their knees and look ond attack of la grippe this year VESTIBULED TRAINS says Mr James A Jones publisher ing up in worship to Manitou the In Gteat Spirit of tho Leader Mexla Texas SLEEPERS DINING CARS tho latter ue I used Chamberlains CHAIR CARS SFETCS Cough lletnedy and I think with considerable success only being in f M RUGG TRAV PASSR AGENT ST LOUIfc MO bed a little over two days against ST LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MQR ten days for tho former attack The LW WAKELEYQENLPAaSRAQT3TLOUI31M7 second attack I am satisfied would For the speedy and permanent cure of havo been equally as bud as the first but for the mo of this remedy as I tetter salt lheum and eczema ChamTO had to go to bed In about six hours berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is after being struck with it while in without nn equal It relieves the itchnnd smarting the first ease I was able to attend to ing continued use almost instnntly and its effects a permanent business about two days before get euro It itch tingdown For sale by J W scald headalso cures itch barbers piles sore nipples itching Gayle ehnnnpd linntls nVirnnln nnra nroa nnrl In connection with the Southern InclOc granulated lids Sh BASTIIOUNI SOUTHERN Rfl LWfiy IN KENTUCKY Schedule In eltcot DC 18 1808 BEST TRAINS Lv Louisville Ar Shelby vlllc Ar Lnrcticciig Ar Versailles Ar Lexl n mon No 3 No I No 5 740am 3IMpm 745pm 9 00am 6 02pm 9 07pm 9 5um 5 55pm 0 50pm 10 Warn 017pm 10 00pm 10 15am Hpm W35pm WESTliutl N l No 0 NojT NoT47 710am 4 S5pm 515am Lv Lexington 7 foam 4 filpm 5 37am Ar Versailles 820am 515pm 555am Ar Lnrencebi 0 12am 6 05pm CKam Shelby llle Ar lOrtOam 7 3ipm 7 65am Ar Louisville Trains Nos l 2 5 anil 1 ilirry Frco Observa- Â¬ tion Chair Cars lielwwn LouUvlllo and Lei mcton EAST HOUNH WESTHOCND No 13 Noll No 12 No It TATIONS 3 30pm 71iumiLv LouUvfl Ar 7 35pm 10 40am 5 55pm 9 55amAr LarncbrcAr 510pm 810am fl Tipm 10 lJnii Ar HarodsbjiAr 1 25pm 7 20am 15pm 7 10am JUOpm 10 55amlAr llurtan Lv EASTllOtJND J WLSTIHIUW- D- llJopml No I ItNo 67 7 St Louis or Chicago MKpm 9lim Ar 017pm 10 liiam Ar 040pm 11 Khm Ar 710pm IJ05pmAr 40amLvloiilsvll Arl0 40am stations Nol RII0wiv Ar 7 30am UenrKtn Lvl 7 00aml Shrlhvll Arl DUun 005pm Vcrslles Arl 7 am 4 15pm 3 3 ItNo 68 7a5pra 38pra 00pm Skin Diseases No S i KTATtONS t 1 Ll lNo 0 7 40ain Ltjlmn Tv lnilfxtll A 10 40am 102 am 020pm Lv Vcrslles Ar 7 aum1 1 Cam 7 05pm ArNlchlvlll Ar 058am 1158pm KUipm Ar lacnmtui iv 005am 1 05pm lAr Irvine Lv No 1 STATIONS 740am Lv LouTsWUe 10 45am Ar Ijixlngton 70opm Ar KnoxNlllo 5 loam Ar Ashevllle eastuound 1 tNo westboundtNo - 735pir 4 45prr 3 55pm 3 00pm lSopn NO 3 745pir 10 35pir 745ir 1 Â¬ c ALIFORN I via NEWORLEANS A When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a 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 Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Colds for Creat Floods Tho heavy rains of Friday Friday night caused tremendous rises in all the streams Jthroughout this section of tho country A great deal of damage wat in- Â¬ flicted along tho streams and heavy loss both in property and life was inflicted The river hero came up to the dan Â¬ ger line Sturdily but luckily a fall set in and relieved the situation Switzer Dr Todys Condition Tovfilers for horses nre the best tonic blort purifier and nnd vermifuge Price 23 cents Sold by Proceeding Smoothly Through Weakly Touiist Slopping Car ravine Clnclriiiitl uml Louis llp on fnsi New Orltnns tint il tmln Ie II U tVLRY THURSDAY Agere Cheppg Pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs Put ono of 1 Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs Advloo Freal Thm Bmut Mmdleml Wa now havo tome of tho molt em phyilclam In the Uultutl Btatei nuiual opportunities uml Ionic expert once eminently Ot tliem for kIvIuk you Write freely ull tlie medical advice In your particular AddrujM coie Dr J O ATEIl Lowell ilata tt- - Weather somewhat colder Mr Willie Frazell of Midway is Try tho Capital Stciim Laun tho guest of his mother Mrs John Couching injures and inflames Dougherty t fjt 4r sore lunus Ono Minute Coairh Cure drv for a clean shirt or collar t ttT rjr fy loosens tho cold allays coughing and Tolonhono 17 THE POHULAR 16 tf WWWS Tho Jfort attended the DuvalMVingiuo lniils quickly Tyler best couirh euro for children Hemphill and uuy weUUlug weunu A iirent iicciv I am still making i XvT oLuJfift ifi W McKeo Ilardie CO them at Mat terns Mr Harrv Poindextei says its hard for hlni to decide which lie likes tho beat a young lady in our village or one near it Jiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiixiiiiiii 1 SWs Mrs Jako Harper anil MNs Lucie WWWW Pattle of Frankfort attended tho widdlug heie Wednesday g All wanting first class cull on Mrs John Dougherty steamer Connections Route with its rail nnd y BBBv K9w Mr Meado Woodson of Frankfort line to Florida forms the short was out near our village surveying L r points Fast JWWWW V4 i and West India this week Double Dally Pullman Service through to JmfwmWMW Dr Forman Mr A M Duvall Mr sen Alice Stafford and Annie XWMnH Jacksonville Pearce of Peaks Mill attended the - Wlngnto wedding The famous CINCINNATI FLORIDA AND HAVANA DuvallLIMITED solid vestlbuled service to Florida via tlie To night at North Fork Church rv I lluv King Yahogema or Japan but Queen Southern Railway and Crescent at George who Is attending school religions mfpwtV iwj of town will lecture on tho FC P Railway makes direct steamship con Admission ten cents and Japan nectlon on arrival at Miami East Coast or at Tampa West Coast for will lecture Sunday evening free S I IMI1IACOV l A Wingateand Mr Lu1- lib a i Miss Ada Vaughn Key West Havana Nassau Santiago Sao Juan iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiir tlt mar--- I sT Thomas Harrison Duvall were i WiHinffeulnv at three oclock and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to to They went toH Lexington Htm liltthe DjIwihI New Orleans Free books and information by addressing C jhmiuhuhuu brides sisters lura and charming CW AGtNT 4TH AND RACE ITS CINCINNATI sweet Itll DIV PASaORPAISOn AOENT CHATTANOOOA TENN OR O The bride Is tho O I MITCHELL DIV W C RINEARSON daughter of Mr Cyrus Wlngate and OENL PASSOR AQCNT CINCINNATI O the groom Is a popular young minislatttf itl la lb Seulat BtoJ iu to W BIbcumd for Nw IlUitrtt lloniblj Liuil tai Lltloc 011 jtu ter son of Mr Cornelius Duvall n reported to tho Secretary of the Treasury that the collection of cus IU3IU I toms dues is proceeding quietly and of the Southern Iicliio iihlin speiial tlnounb smoothly In all parts of the Island servlcetoSinliniKlscii rurtlculnre ot AgthH or the o liH unci connect miSimtM and that tlie people are already S f HATCH niv niv as Kent Cincinnati O JNO A SCDT1 lis Agent Jteinphls feeling the effect of releaso from the heavy exactions of tho corrupt II 1UNSON ol a Chicago W i KhLIOMi a a pa Louis llle Spanish officials Â¬ i For Los Alleles mid Sni Fninclico without Col Bliss who has charge of the change The LlmlK d nlso connects nt New Orleans dully with Expes Tniln fortliePaclllc collection of customs In Cuba has coast ntni on j ueiny nun saturttujs wnu me irrn 4 Oan Ar Savannah I UOOan- Ar Jucksonvlllo iWpji 0451IT Ar Chattanooga 103O mil 50atr Ar Atlanta jOim 225ptr Ar Macon t55am PMpn Ar Jacksonville tliupm 055arr Lv Chattanooga Hlleipm IltlOitr Ar IllrmlDRham Ar Meridian 21am 955pn 8Jliml 8t0air Ar Nev Orleans Trnln No 1 Cincinnati riorl ia llavnm Llml led -- carries Throuuh Driwin Iloom Pull man Slecplnir car oetwecn Loulsllle Atlantn Macon and JacWonvlllo connects nt Loxln ton or Chattamii p a w 1th Iullman 5 leepln ei for New Orleans Tree Chair cars between Lou lsvlllo and Lexington Observation Chair between Lexlnttton and Home C fe cars eli pant coachea rain No 3varrles Pullman Slecplne car o twien LouWtllle Chittanooo nnd Hlrmtnif ham al o Tbrouch Sleeping cars from Lexlni ton to Jacksonville via Ashovlllu nnd Savn nah also U Chiittrnooia nnd Atlanta N chnnce Free Chair cjirn Lexington to Chata hrough slceplnc curs Lexington w noota New Orleans tDallv except Sumltv A Wiimion V TA HTSWKT P TA LcxinKton K v Louls llle Ky rSOANNiN M VlsOM J M CULPT M Washington UO WashitiKton D C irpni cr 1 VATUHKC1A Wushintton D WMHTAVtoEAGPA C Lous llle Ky Mt4ttT2ttr rt ir lihlKhhll twvr int wwwwwwwwwwww dress-makin- THE QUEEN IA 7 CRESCENT m Si ij Am io kjy IVAt O T ii Alt Vn 1 kkh I 111 Â¬ 10 wwwwwwwwwwww J AX4141Vi i Jjjuuunnrtnnnrinnnivririnjmrir HONEST GOODS Honest Prices in Honest Ways USU r13 IBfVfl RSI MCI The above we have demonstrated as being1 absolutely true We Tiqtm 3nonovQTiaa nv gvuuo a nrl aith rthc riTHQvo o rre ir4 ujjlcJ11 nrr iU UUIlJLLtLtJIlUO vwjL rnrrrc ciiiu vLtx unouviuuio ctvtjju Willi 5uitiJuuv m wnat w say Why Because the watches Jewelry Sterling Silver and silver plated wares we sell are made by the best manufacturers only si-v-- Egp -2 mmijanjxannjuiruinjmjxmui RELI010US tm m m i EI ocuDcn i - nf-n-- i- riienauie - gi mm 5EJ i ueweier rramTort6 k r pi EWiS Ascension Episcopal Ontmcii L McOrendy rector Mr Bobt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine Bervico and sermon at 11 Rdv It llSunday school nt 945 a a m in the Onapel Services Wednesday afternoon at 4 in the chapel All seats freo and everyone cordially welcome to all services Â¬ m and 4p m a at 7 oclock Adams the paBtor will preach at 11 m and 7 p m The Young Peoples Society will meet at G p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night Olass in Sacred Literature will meet immediately after the prayer-meeting Baptist Church Rev M B Sunday school in the Chapel at 045 a m Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially invited Â¬ ET Christian Church Rev George Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m How a Highway Evening subject Robber was Saved Young Peoples Society of Chris Hnn Rndeavor meets at 045 p m in the chapel Leader MrsW 0 Mar- atuuenis rrayer Prayer moeting Wednesday night In the Chapel at 715 oclock Heaven Topic Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon nt 330 oclock Topic A Udl applied on tho Association debt carried over from tho second year In view of this it is hoped that tho members of the local Y M C A and Its many friends as wel will mani fest their intoreflt in the welfare of tho institution and their appreciation of the generous services of thoso participating in the program by pur chasing tickets and attending tho Muslcale Tho State Day mentlng hold last Sunday afternoon proved Interesting and helpful Information concerning tho growth and present statm of tho Association movement in Kentucky and tho valuable work of supervision ana extension carried on by the State Executive Committee in our cities towns and colleges and among our Kentucky soldier boys was presented in brief and interest ing form by several of tho young men Following thoso and other oxercisps Hon Ohas Finley gave n most excellent address in which ho explained tho relationship exiating between tho local and State work and tho obligation to support nnd encourage the latter imposed upon every local member Mr H V Hyatt rendered a vocal solo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forks of Elkhorn Frankfort Agency POE Regular services Sunt iy nnd Sun Â¬ day night nt Buck Hun Mrs Rebecca Petty visited Mrs James Haynes at Peaks Mill this week Miss Beatrice Duvall of Stamping Ground is tho guest of Misses Lutie and Sullle Lucas Mrs Llewellyn Holton who has been ill with la grippe is somo bet ter There will be an ordination of the deacons of Buck Run Church Satur Â¬ day at 230 oclock p m Miss Roberta Mooro visited in Georgetown Sunday and Monday last Miss Carrio Brock who has been ill with la grippo for tho past two weeks is out ugnin Misses Lutio and Sallie Lucas en- Â¬ tertained in lienor of their young friends Tuesday night lust Quito a large crowd was present and report a most enjoyable evening Their sister Miss Mattie assisted in enter- Â¬ taining in her usual charming man- Â¬ ner Why cant some one have a Val- Â¬ entine party February 14 Â¬ Â¬ ONE WEEK LONGER iJJ Owing to the extremely bad weather that prevailed during the groater part of the past week we will continue onr great Midwinter Linen Clearance Sale for one week longer or to SATURDAY JANUARY 28 INCLUSIVE m ft v eokw nM offer some rare bargains in Jackets Capes and Collarette Woolen Dress Goods Hosiery and Underwear Oar 4 and 8c Outing Specials are worth double the money but wo must make room for our Spring Goods Dont foret that we mako a special cut ou Black Dress Goods on TUESDAYS m m j HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway - C -- m Tk H - Only Me Sunday school meets at 030 Tho public will bo cordially wel nnmnd to all those services and es pecially strangers in the oity Alyri CandieF Change of Firms Messrs Lafayette Crutcher and vices to the pastor Father Thomas Major m High maBS Low mass at 730 a Vespers at 730 p m 10 am pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 945 am Christian Endeavor Society meets at 045 p m in Sunday school room Prayer meeting Wednesday 730 11 even-ing-- ser Catholic Ohuroh Tho usualRev morrow conduotea by Â¬ Presbyterian FirstMcCIasky Blaynoy Rev J Church Bonbons Chocolates Averills Drug Store Main St Opposite City Hull Dr Miles Grip shatters the nerves Restorative Nervine builds them up ajjam Norris have purchased the of Messrs D C Crutcher and W G Simpson In the big clothing house B Messrs at Huntington W Vu Crutcher and Simpson have bought out the interest of Mr Lafayette Crutcher in tho big concern in this P city Frankfort Granite Marble E 200 and 2C2 Ibvdlaizi Street interests Lpct Presiient F Co Vi 1 tiSmMaBimlWMm 6 T Flyflo Sculptor W D Triplett Secretary Lewis Manager D D the Grim Grip s Deadly Marah Deals Death and Oestructio i at ThirJ Kentucky in Cuba We have on hand a laro supply of Monuments Iloadstones and Granite Markers that we are offering at a very rtduced price and must disposo of thorn in the next 90 days Yon will save money by buyiuir now or leaving vonr order for spring delivery We are taking orders for monuments for spring delivery to bo to Many made of Barrc Quiocey Westerly and Scotih Granite Estimates famished on application -21 Methodist Church Rev T F Under t orders of the War De Boston New York Philadelphia Wash Taliaferro the pastor will preach at ington Lonisville Terrorized by the 11 a m at the Y M 0 A owing to nartment the Third Kentucky Vol All the Cen- Â¬ Awful Scourge tho repairs being made on tho unteer In intry left Columbus Ga of Population Af church ters NT on Tuesd y in three sections via nuonlnrr nnrviee fected Sunday school meets at 030 a m the Cential tho Georgia una Ala A atYM O League convenes at 045 bama and tho Southern Railroads Epworth Tho depressing effects of tho pres Â¬ reaching Savannah Ga on Wednes p m In tho ladies parlor ent enklemiu of Grip uro apparent Â¬ Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 p m Tho Pastors Aid Society will moot at 3 oclock each Wednesday afternoon at tho Ohuroh Official BdardmoetsTuosdayoven- Â¬ lm W 3D XjEJ-T-Z- S IMTgr TJESES GROCERIES -- Inrv The public cordially invited to at tend Â¬ Southern Puehrvtkrian OnuRon Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 030 a m Young PooplosSooletv of Christian Endeavor meets at 045 p m Prayor meeting Wednesday ovon ing at 730 To all these mootings tho publio Is cordially invited Prof E E Wood who is an ablo nnd Interesting sponKor win kivu tho address at the Moiih Rally on Sunday at 330 p m Special music All men invited y m o A NOTKS Congress will conveno in tho As sociation parlors on Monday ovoning next at 730 oclock Many of our best local musicians have kindly consented to take part In tho muslcnlo which will bo given at the Y M O A on Tuesday evening L Â¬ day morning The regiment was immediately embarked on board the transport and now are ship Minnowaskn doubtless at Mutanzas Cuba the point to which they were ordered to go Thus this quiet well behaved and first claw regiment has been awarded the privilege of going to Cuba They went to their work as n regiment without any splutter or kicking from the outset they did their duty like soldiers and not like spoiled children they knew that a soldiers life was no picnic and did not howl when they found hardships and trials Their Colonel and other ofllcers were modest earnest and efficient men nnd tho government has recog Â¬ nized these facts and awarded them their recompense every where Teachers clerks bus iness men mecnunics lauorers street nor drivers Hfhnol children do lice ollkers and even the doctors all fur nish victims by tlio nunciteos TvTn rnmeilv vet discovered can aUnw roanlta Pfllllll to Dr Miles Jte- storatlvo Nervine It quickly over comes the excessive exnuusuon in Â¬ vigorates the appetite and assists nutin n tn throw nfF tho leiidlv mi crobes from tho system In times of epidemic like tho present it should bo taken as a preventative of dis Â¬ AI I1 SSST L O- HUM rK a LOWEST PRICES i V silswi1r fflnn rwn OI I1UX WUUtt III a u tuti nlanurhnrn ttl this 1BHUO rMnn An admission of twonty flvo cents Will bo charged tho proceeds to bo o vv Mothers I This wonder- ful remedy will save your childs life when attacked by Croup or Whooping- cough It never falls to cure throat and lung troubles Dr Bails wOUKIl Price 25 cts Grip had left moaphysical wreck I weak helpless and miserable could not eat could not sleep could not Rain any strength and had nervous prostration of the worst Our homo physician could kind not help me and I commenced usine Dr Miles Nervlno Tho first nights sleep that I had had in four months came as the result of two first doses When I had taken two bottles I felt Kitlni- Hum T hurl hnfrirn In viiirs nnd continued to improve until I was en tirely enreu - ease ran ROYHL MILLS D CASH QUOTATION ROYAL QUEEN Best Patent Flour per hundred I u-- - Mi QVUDa flinf irit Ixittln hnnofltu fir mnnnv refunded Ho sure and get Dr Miles jjookici on neun aim Nervine iwironii emit frnr AdllrPKS 2nd Patent Flour per hundrod Family Flour por hundred DAISY Low Grndo Flour por hundrod FANCY Corn Meal por bushel per bushel Corn Eli Woodward TJymoutn ins Sliinstull per 100 lbs All druggists are authorized to sell Wheat and Corn a Spociulty Dr Miles Nervlno on a guarantee Custom grinding i 230 220 210 200 CO 50 70 L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Frankfort Kentucky i 4 Mfflmwmmmmmmmmmmm r A Coal Cook Stove for 5 ppppsssjMtlljyijjiBf I My lino of Ranges Cook and Heating Stoves is tlio largest and cheapest in the city Tin Iron and Slato Roofiing Guttering and Repair work of all kinds solicited Work done promptly and satisfaction guaranteed When in need ot anything in China or Glassware a good lamp or nnv article usually kept in a first class China Store call and K see my stock lwfn3foDkafiaiaBssBMHNRPJ0IM 9 Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call DEATHS No trouble to show goods Want to be Regulars Brought Home for Burial vvwvvvvvyv Â¬ Taylor At nor home In this county morning in Wednesday Mrs Lucy E Taylor wife of Mr Jere Taylor The fun will took place on Thurs lnynt Lexington and the remains were buried In the cemetery in that city Brawnkk t If 1 w M ah At his homo In Gray- Â¬ son Ky on Thursday night Mr1 Peter Brawner late of this county aged uhout 60 years Mr Brawner was a Federal Soldier during the Civil War and an Odd Pleurisy and pneumonia are fre Â¬ quently in a very short Fellow He was an upright and space developed a common cold of time from honorable man and if such an acute inflammation of the Itinera ia Hollisteii At the home of her the worst maynot nromntlv nllnvnd happen With the aid Â¬ husband in Olney Ills Wedne- of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup however sday January 4 Mrs Lizzie B Hol- Â¬ you need not have any fear for thia great remedy epoodlly subdues the lister aeed 85 years inflammation eases the pain in Mrs Hollister was the daughter of breathing ana always effects a euro the late Major Jas II and Mrs in a wonderfully short time Mary T Page and a niece of Mrs N Crutcher of this city Mrs Hollister was married to Mr Chus Hollister In Olney III In January 1885 and left one daughter aged 10 years Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia Sho was a great sufferer for several and Doctor years and her physicians finally told Doses are smaU Price pleasant toAttake druggist recommend it all jj cents of saving her her that the only hopo On the Way Home life was by an operation and that a slender one With a bravery that By a letter received from him we was sublime she assented fully real jziigtlmt her hopes were almost learn that Lieut Hugh Rodman of the U S S Raleigh who was with nothing Having united with the Presby- Â¬ Dewey in his grand victory at Manila terian Church sonie fourteen years and distinguished himself is on the before her life was that of u consist Â¬ way homo via the Suez canal and ent and earnest Christian and when hopes to reach here some time early the hour of death came it found her in May calmly and patiently ready for the Mrs Rodman will visit China great change She only lived one Japan and Honolulu arjd also reach day after the operation then quietly home with her husband in May went to sleep in the Saviours arms Some twenty or more ofileers of First Kentucky Volunteers Louisville Legion are applying for appointments as oflicers In the Regular Army They have secured the endorse ment Of the Senators and Congress men from Kentucky and are confident of reaching the places desired the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pleurisy I J DrBulls Cough Syrup Mr Ernest L McCoun tho young man who killed himself in Louisville on Tuesday while laboring un der tamtmrurv insanity was a son of MrWT McCoun of Farmdale this county a grandson of Mr Benedict Farmer and u nephew of Mr Ben T Farmer of this city The remains were brouirht here for burial on Thursday tho funeral services being held at tho chapel ut tho cemetery conducted by Rev J S Lyons of Louisville Mr McCoun was a pop ular voiinc man about 21 years of age and had many warm friends at his old home Much sympathy is lelt for the sorely bereft young wire children parents and loved ones Mr McCoun was a member of Knights Domolay Commandery Templar of Louisville Tho fol lowing members of Hiram Lodge No 4 of this city acted as pallHenry Lindsey Paul bearers Sawyier Guy Barrett Charles M Wlard Frank Cannon Mason Bar- Â¬ rett Frank Keyes and Frank G Stagg Â¬ SLnUGHTES sale 1 Of fine shoos is still going on If you want a pair cheap como quick as wo have not many left to sell at the prices named below These shoes would bo bargains at twice tho price placed on them 150 soles have placed on our counter about 75 pairs of tho finest ladies shoes in the store whinh snlrl t 500 350 and 300 lacoand but- Â¬ ton nointed tons Iipdw nni i While they last you can have your choice for 150 Wo caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless imita- Â¬ Hemphill and W tions Tyler McKeo Hardie Horrible agony Is 125 gain not often found lot of Misses shoes worth from 200 to 300 sizes 11 to 1 round toes heavy welted soles Shoos that are stylish but only a few pair of each kind A bar- A Appointed Agent These Prices Only For Cash How to Prevent Pneumonia MATRIMONIAL tH WS I 1 epidemic pfgrippetfew years ii way and Miss Susie man oi tiusago whOuso many cases resulted in Ity were married pneumonia it was observed that the attack was never followed by that disease when Chamberlains Cough BIRTHS Remedy was used It counteracts any tendency of a cold or la grippe Tayiok In this city on Sunday in resuu in inai dangerous disease to Mr E II Taylor Hickory and It Is tho best remedy In the world for bad colds and la grippe Every wife a daughter bottle warranted For salo by J W Gayie i You are perhaps aware that pnou Conway Dkan In Jefferson vllle inoniii always results from a cold or Ind on Saturday Mr George Con fom n attack of a grippe During We are glad to know when Frank- Â¬ fort boys come to the front in any way that Is rhrht Another of our boys has been appointed to a position ot trust Mr Fred S Grlnstead son of Mr R L Grinstead of the West Side who has been night clerk In tho Lexington exprtss office has been appointed as agent of tho Adams Express Co at Richmond Ky Fred is a fine young man McCLURES u CT ri a in ct nujivuniivoi J FRANKFORT KY Every precaution should be taken to avoid It Its specific cure is Ono publisher Agricultural Journal and Advertiser Elden Mo say Minute Cough Cure A La Grinne Is again epidemic J Sheperd Pleasant to take quick to act HAVE OPENED THEIR NEW STORE Tyler Hemphill and W McKeo ono will bo disappointed In Using One Minute Cough Curo for La Grippe No NEW STORE DOME SCO Sunlnlno members of the former firm of Duhme EUblllieJ over half a century Co Hardie At Kos 37 and 39 1 Fourth Street Where may be found a Splendid Assortment of Nows Your Time Dont Tell Them where You Found Me WATCHES eJCWCLIV DIAMONDS Cure Tho big linn of D C Crutcher C o has dissolved by the retirement of Mr for LaGrippe Lafayette Crutcher As a cons equenee tliev are sacrificing tttelr large Htock Call and see them and you will be surprised how low they 21 lt aro selling goods This is guaranteed as a sure cure by the Doctor in charge of the Crab Orchard Keeley Cure Taken pill containing four trains 0f as aloiiila everv three hours SOMETHING NEW fK mm V MfM i VJ EM Irge for a nickel packaco of the world i beet cleanser BU1I greater economy in 1 pound package All grocers Undo only by Chicago St Look New York Boston FbUadelpbU TUB IT K FAHUIANK COMPANY The above is the natno of a new song issued on tho following inci dent The ltov Thos Delaney when Chaplain of a largo State Penlten- liary wmiu pawing uiruugii tho Hospital Ward was called to tho bed side of a dying convict The last words of this unfortunate youth were Father I seo you do not know me but you know mo well and my family I will die to night I prepared his souls exit Into eter nity and whilst his hands were clasped in mine his last request was made In my dying momont prom Â¬ ise mo what I will ask I heregavo him my word ho then rovealod his parentage who thought him dead Now glvo mo your word that you will send my body home but dont tell them where you found me I sont tho body homo to another State but they nover knew where I found him Tin Giioenk Musio Pun libiiino Co 32 K Fifth Street Cin cinnati Ohio will send tho above song to any address for 20 cents in sliver or stamps regular price 60 cents Â¬ p dlLVCUWfilt ET6 FOR SALE BY STATIONERY i Weddlflg invitations Calling CardLnd Dies for Embossed Stationery ngravea by Kxpert Workmen in the most approved styles Hall Orders Promptly Filled Goods sent w piciuuii luttuyparioi tne US Address DUHME BROS fond 30 East Fourth 8t CO OINOINNATI O J R ROGERS Septll ly SONS m - Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure Itartlflclallydlgcststhofoodandalds Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestlvo or- Â¬ gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation canapproaobit in efllolency It in stantly relievos and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SIckHeadachoGastralglaCrarapsanq all other results of imperfect digestion Â¬ Â¬ Dr Cadys CondUfon are just what a horse needs Iowtfcrs bad when In Tonio blood purifier and i condition vermifuge They are-- not food but medicine and tho best in use to put a horso in primo condition Prico 23 cents per package I For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co Digests what you eat The umlowUned litis been by the Frnnklln duly uppolnted and uuullllecl g the Administrator wlih the will unnexedot W 11 Wniocener deceased All perstns Indebted to him uro requested to innkn prompt imminent to me mid all those havlnu claims ntnliist said estate will prove them up as required by law umi list tnem wan me lor payment County Court Praparad by EC DWIU A Co Cbteago Adrrinlslratnr with the will annexed oi w Waggener eo ai levd 19 n II toWf lTiyT TS 7 r vW7y yW7iWWii V i fv t i 8 I DISSOLUTION - - SALE M Our Mr Lafayette Crutchers interests elsewhere are such as compels his retirement from our firm which forces- a sale of our entire stock to raise money to pay for his interest 1M wMm c - APRIL THE FIRST 125 Choice of any childs 200 suit in tho houso 200 Choice of any 300 childs suit in the house 375 Choice of any 450 and 500 suit or overcoat in the house flannel drawers tho 50c and kind 75c Choico ono lot canvass leggins the 125 and 150 GOc I Wmimyi ZsM Until that date we will sell merchandise at such prices as will compel you to buy Clothing Shoes Furnishing1 Hats c for less money than such mer chandise was ever sold for The sale commences this day promptly at 8 a nu Mens fine clown to J - Â¬ clothing brought tho level of cheap stuff For 300 One lot mens grey cassimere suits nil sizes that wore sold for 350 takes tho finest Knox or1 Stetson in the houso 500 the world over Cash only PANTS PANTS kind 10c One lot childrens waist tho 25c kind 35c One largo lot heavy cot- Â¬ ton working shirts groat goods tho 50c kind 50c Ono lot XX Columbia White Shirtslargo sizes only tho 100 and 125 kind 25c One largo lot boys under- Â¬ shirts and drawers ages 8 to 14 tho 40c and 50c kind Cash only One For 475 mens brown cassimere allsizesthut lot 500 PANTS HE 450 - For 500 were 050 800 For 750 Very large lot mens suits that were 1000 and 1200 For 1000 One large lot mens suits that were 1500 and 1600 For 1200 One large lot blue and black cheviots and fancy cassimere that sold for 1800 and 2000 Cash only OVERCOATS For 000 One big lot over- Â¬ coats and ulsters that were One lnrge lot suits broken sizes greys browns and blacks that wore good sellers at 700 750 and and tho house Cash only any 050 700 suit or overcoat in Clmicji of MENS SPRING WEIGHT One lurgo lot mens cassimere tho kind that soil for 150 and 200 will closefor 100 85c Choico of tho finest jeans pants in the house that sell 100 - OVERCOATS 500 One big lot fine goods that were 1000 Cash only MENS FURNISH- Â¬ INGS 35c One large lot mens bal brigan undershirts and draw- Â¬ ers that were sold for 50c and 60c 35c One at Choico of any pants in tho house that were 300 300 Ono big lot pants black fancy cassimere thut were 200 125 and 150 large lot regular 850 and 000 Choice of our S50 1250 qualities fine overcoats and ulsters For 1200 Choice of our 1500 und 1800 qualities 1500 for the finest overcoat or ulster that were 2200 up to 3000 500 One largo lot boys F C cheviot black and blue suits long pants age 14 to 19 that sold for 700 and 750 350 One lot boys blue and black cheviots age 14 to 19 long pants that sold for 000 300 One lot boys suits grey For ago 14 to 19 long pants that sold for 500 One big lot suits blue 700 F C black cheviots double and single breasted that sold for 1000 and 1200 Cash only BOYS OVERCOATS AND cassimere made fleeced undershirts 18c Boys and misses black cat stockings sold the world over at 25c 6c Mens heavy strong J hose 7c Mens bluck and tan sold everywhere for 10c 18c Choice of any 25c suspen der in tho houso 3oc Choice of any 50c suspen- Â¬ der in the houso 85o Choice of all our Camel hair undershirts and drawers tho 125 and 150 kind 75c Choice of all our fancy JEWELRY 25c Choico of any 50c cuff button in tho houso 50c Choice of any 75c and 100 cuff button in the house 10c Choice of any 15c and 20c collar button in tho house Cash only NECKWEAR 40c pants in the house tho 500 600 grade 35c 300 pairs childrens kneepants that were groat sellers at 50c and 60c Remember this sale is for cash only Remember no goods on approval and Cash only 400 Choice of the finest 385 f - f 1 Choice of any scarf or 4- in hand in the house 2 for MENS LADIES AND MISS- Â¬ ES SHOES 75c 15c 2 for 25c Choico of ono largo lot tecks und that kind wore 25c and 35c 150 6c for one dozen white ties 2c for white band bows tho 5c lc for white shield bows tho kind 5c shirts the 100 and 125 kind One lot STAR SHIRTS 50c WHITE XX tho 125 and 150 kind broken sizes 85c Choice of all Monarch and Manhattan White Shirts tho 100 and 125 kind 40c Choice of uuy fancy Berlin Shirt the GOc and G5c Â¬ Cash only LAP RUGS 350 Choice of any plush rug in the houso tho 500 and 600 kind 350 Orioice of any fur rug in the houso tho 600 kind 200 Choice of any plush rug hand sowed putont leath- Â¬ er enamel and calf skin that wore 300 400 500 and 600 150 Choico of a large lot ladies very fino kid shoes that were 350 400 and 500 125 Choico of a ffclargo lot fino Choico of a lot of mops ladies very fine kid Oxfords that were 400 350 300 and 250 75c tho 300 kind Cash only kind Choice of anv cuff in tho houso 4c One large lot Jiondker chiofs 10c Choice of any collar in the house 100 Choice one lot all wool heavy sweaters tho 150 18c TRUNKS 350 250 Choico of any trunk in the house HATS HATS1 Alpino 75c One lot felt hats tho 125 and many of them the 150 kind 125 Choioo of any stiff or soft Alpino hat in tho house tho 200 kind 200 Choice of any 300 hat in tho house up-to-d- Ono large lot misses shoos sizes 11 to 2 that sold for 250 200 and 150 No goods charged or on ap- Â¬ proval 385 Evory pair mens fine 5 00 hand sowed 600 shoes in our houso go at 385 All the new toos and new ULSTERS 350 Choice of all 500 grades 450 Choice of all 050 and 750 grades 7 50 Choice of all 1000 and 1200 grades CHILDRENS Cash only SUITS 15c kind One lot heavy not and cassimoro ovorshiits tho 75c kind mostly small sizes Ono lot heavy canton 38c 30c shades ono largo lot ladies rub Â¬ bers that woro 25c and 30c 100 Ono lot mens brogans that woro 125 und 135 100 Ono lot ladies shoes that woro I 250 Cash only 125 200 and m v Remember every pair of shoes in this house will suffer a great sacrifice Positively no goods reserved except the Janness Miller Shoe in this sale which is sold under contract T D C CRUTCHER ksiMiiAsmsimjMlM CO mMmmmtolmte