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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Jm i The VOL Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KYM 91i h If GEO A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advanoo NO 22 IB XXII Splendid Entertainment FRANKFORT An Meal Day SATURDAY JANUARY 20 189 A Â¬ m Taken to Covington Sure Sign m m- Whenever Congress Is in session Deputy U S Marshal Con McTestifies to Benefits Received From carty nrrested II II Hambrlck of or either house of tho body tho flag Dr Miles Remedies Fayetto county on Friday last of tho Union floats over that portion charged with stealing some fifteen of the capital building If in session fine blankets from the U S hospital nt night the brilliant lights in the nt Lexington Hambrlck was ar- dome tell tho tale So likewise whenever the Presi rested had hisexaminin trial before U S Commissioner Sam E Hill dent is at home In the White House gave bond nnd skipped some time tho flair Is seen flying over it When ago Marshal McCarty watched for absent the flag is lowered and care his man and arrested him again as fully put away menu was as follows The stated above and took him to Cov Â¬ Itnw Oysters ington to await trial at tho May term Tho smallest things may exert the Croquettes Chicken Snlnd createst inlluence do Witts Liittio Mr S A Fickler Editor of the of the US Court BRnilwitchcs Beuttm Biscuit Early Risers nre unequalled for over- Â¬ Micunopy Fin Hustler with his Mushrooms Eecnlopcd Oysters liver and coming constipation wife and children suffered terribly Salted Almonds from La Grippe Ono Minute Cough troubles Small pill best pill safe French Pens pill Tyler Hemphill and W Cure was tho only remedy that Bherbcrt nnd Cukes McKee Hardie helped them It acted quickly Coffee Thousands of others use this remedy Sherry Wlno Port Wine Wholesnlo Dealer In as a snecillc for Lu Grippe and its February Gth to 13th the Frank- Â¬ Old Kentucky Bourbon Ac i Tyler exhaustlnir after effects Cincinnati railway will sell fort Is no moro responsible position COUNTRY PRODUCE tickets to New Orleans and return THERE than that ot a railroad engin- Â¬ jBobFranklin Eph Lllhird Brack Hemphill and W McKeeHardle eer On his steady nerves clear brain limited to February 28 nnd Febru Bill and others were as full of Jokes Zllpah bright eye and perfect self command de Â¬ ary 111th and 12th to Birmingham meat and PROVISIONS music and song as an egg is of and return limited to February 17 pend tho safety of the train and tho Uvea arid the whole crowd were kept in Health not so good Several on tho nt one fare for the round trip Ac- of Its passengers Dr Miles Nervine and Sugar Oigars Foreign Fruits nnd Vege- count of Mardl Gras other remedies aro especially adapted to fine humor by tho passages of fun sick list keeping tho nerves steady the brain clear tables J R Newton from ono to another Ofthe boys 18 lm and tho mental faculties unimpaired Mrs Sarah Moore has been very Gen Pass Agent Engineer F W McCoy formerly of 1323 The following gentlemen were ill several days but is better at this Broadway Council Bluffs but now residing present time at 3411 Humboldt St Denver writes that he V Judges WSPryor J H Hazel suffered for years from constipation caus- Â¬ Mr Itlley Clark of Defoe was in B our community this week ing sick nervous and bilious headaches and rigg Geo Durclle J PHobson was fully restored to health by Dr Miles L D Gutrey J- - H Lewis VV H Wllburn who purchased Nervo Liver Pills I heartily recommend Holt W G Bullitt ty C Herndon Mr George Montgomerys store at Dr Miles Remedies and this place took possession of tho Dr Miles Remedies I B G Williams W H Sneed This ticket entitles you to a 5 per cent rebate on every Dr Oik same this week where he will be aro sold by all drug l Ira Julian Gen V S Taylor 1 found ready to wait on his customers gists under a positive I cash purchase of 100or more Hudson Thatcher T L Edelen Newton Is a hustler Call and see guarantee first bottle IHiemediesl Pickens Tremere W H Dehoney him benefits or money re- - Br Daa4aia B fuuued Book on dis l Ben Marshall Pat McDonald W C EAGLE WHITE LEAD EXCEPTED J B M has got hispikecompleted Health eases of the heart and Marshall Robt L Greene S Jl and received and says he is going to nerves free Address ann Ma hpaf crlrK Wnll walff whn Shackelford G VV Richardson J DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind Ono ticket only redeemed with each purchase W Marksbury John H Stuart would have thought it but strange HUNKS win uttui Buiiiciiiuca Orlando Guffy W V Longmoor of Mr G D E Tutt Burnam H E Youtsoy W Henry county Mooro and wifehere who were called S T Havens Jas L Newman F last week on account of his mothers S Haff Wm Cromwell Eph LUlard illness returned home Friday Breck Hill Maury Brown Frank J Mr Jasper Kendall of Scrabble Chinn L F Johnson J W Rod Â¬ was married to Miss Brewer of Horse Collars Hames Picks Saws Shovels Paint Brushes J A Franklin last week Mr Kendall man Harry T Rodman Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire young farmer while tho Violett Frank Kavanaugh T H is a steady accomplished young lady is an bride Crockett Gen D W Lindsey John of high standing Long may they Briggs W G live to enjoy life and all of its com- Â¬ B Lindsey Guy II Chnpman Robt B Franklin W H forts Posey C P Chenault W B Hill Jacksonville is very quiet at this Gen V J llendrick Judge J E time All that is needed to complete Thss handsome table Mahog Â¬ Cantrlll W H Julian J H Pols the program is to have tho town in corporated una elect n police juago any inlaid top and shelf grove Ben F Suter J L Scott J ami marshal as wo have all other L Scott ir L P Tarlton South professionals oven to a lawyer Trimble Heury George Joseph B Hurrah for expansion That tho Lewis Sam Rlggs S J Browning kind of doctrine Long may our R E Combs Sam Coyle W H M flag float over peace and prosperity Saffell Dr E E Hume of this city May peace ana submission bo tho watchword thatallshall be governed Judge Cecil Pence and J P Tarvin by f of Covington Dennis Dundon John Died In Scrabble Sunday last S Smith T E Ashebrooke of Paris Miss Manda Rogers after a long ill- Â¬ H Wm Ayers of PIneville W P ness with consumption The re Â¬ Thorne and G Allison Holland of mains were interred in tho Lebanon Church yard Eminence i Close Obseuveb to The reception lasted from 780 12 oclock and every body present i Tha Kind You Kava Always Bought voted it one of tho most pleasant Bean the TiaCE- events of tho season There was no Signature of every soul seemed bent stiffness and on being as agreeable as possible to Col James Andrew Scott ttitrr taincd tlio bar the Judges of the Court of Appealn qmto a number of frlonda and the Dress Kane at Ills cozy home on the South Stde on Friday night lust The whole house was ablaze with Utrht and was beautifully decorated with sniihix ferns roses carnations C Sunday wns as near a porloct day ns we have had in many months The air was Just crisp enougli in the early mornlntr to make the blood tingle In on s veins nnd as tho day grow on and tho suns power In Â¬ creased it became delightful to be out of doors and sit or walk in its beneficent rays In consequenceofthoprelty weather our churches were well filled with worshipers Railroad Engineer I M jK Â¬ Â¬ f RFERGUSON xm9 Â¬ Â¬ MrrN CUT THIS OUT AND BRING TO US R r JB STAGG BACON Wl STflGG MASONIC TEMPLE BACOfl ANN STREET wyxrwTWr7wwivfrwyB Wooldridge Jellico Coal Coal R Rogers G 2 50 Sons OASTOHIA Important Decision H MATTERS every ono else Col Scott makes It a habit every A these charming each succepding greater success one He is a whole souled hospitable gentleman and does the honors of his homo in first class stylo We desiro to congratulate him and to tender our personal thanks for our share in one of the most pleasant evenings that has fallen to our lot in a long time year to give one of entertainments and entertainment Is a than any previous Tho Court of Appeals rendered a decision on Tuesday holding the clause in a bill of lading of a railroad providing that tho road accepting tho freight shall not bo responsible for Its delivery if it bo taken by another road nfter leaving the original road was contrary to public policy and void This is a very important de Â¬ cision to railroads and shippers and finally fixes tho liability of the road originally undertaking to transport tho goods Â¬ I Whoii you ask or DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve dont accept a counterimitation There are more Dr Chas C howls has sold his feit or of cases Piles being cured by this fine farm near Stamping Ground than all others combined Tvler nnd will remove to his former home Hemphill and W McKeo Hardlo at Owensboro Ky to reside The Honorably Discharged farm brought 7000 Cash New U Farm Sold Doesnt need to be sifted Mined in large COAL lumps sold in large lumps Theres noth ing left but ashes af-ter you burn it Its COAL the coal for economical people Sold only Â¬ Pliitoiiaiber 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K ilSBTES rMncr a iketch and description ma qutuki ttln our opinion freo whether oil Invention l prottabljr patentable Communica- Â¬ tions itrlctlycontlJeiitW Handbook on Patents tent freo Oldest niiency for socurmsjpatenti latenta taken throuuh Slunn A Co receive tptcial notice without clmriro In tho An ti TrtADt Marks Desions Copyrights Ac i Among tho general olllccrs hold ing the rank of Brigadier General of ordered mustered out on Tho following new U S Senators Volunteers Tuesday were lirlgadior General were elected this week In addition John M llucon of this city and to thoso otherwise reported Brigadier Gonoral John J Castle New Jersey John Kean Rep man of Louisville Nevada Win M Stewart Pop Wyoming Ularonee 1 ClarkRop Try Miles wholo wheat flout West Vlrglnin N B Seott Rep t S Illustrated weekly Largest etr- culatlon of any eclentlflo Journal Terms is a roan four months tL Sold bvall newsdealers A handsomely Scientific American DC Room Senators Â¬ MIJNNCo30jDi For New York A DUDLEY BLANTON Head of Clinton Street Telephone 100 RentStore Tho lnrKO ffdfailfifA2irJSt GZZ2S22SZZ272iaZIZi23 jtMiiniL unu oi mu uoat in t no la offered for rent Apply to li O villain or Hen T Farmer 4 store room in Masonic dipt tf cltv hJk v JUijmSe1Sjw itettgu mm PERSONAL I MIrs Ohrl8tno Reynolds is visiting relatives In Lexington MIsg Juno Cecil of Danvillo is tho guoBts of Miss Mary Orny Mr T L Edolln made a business gSji trip to Louisvlllo this wool 3 tJcJ Mr 1rlco Williams and family lmvo wi iono to Louisvlllo to llvo Ul UUh ItllUB X1UUBUI1 Mrs L I Lonjrmoor Is visltlnR fathor of Judgo J P Hobson Vllgllllil of tho relatives in Oynthlana Court of Appeals was tho guost of Mr Arthur Joplin of Loxlngton his son this week Ho is a remark ably woll prosorvod Eontloman of was a visitor hero this week tho gonial old fashioned Virginia p Mrs Jas P Tarvin of Covington kind and looks young enough to bo I Is tho guest of friends hero tno brother ot ma uistingulsneu son Mrs Goo T Stagg has gono to in place ot nts latner and wlfo returnod to his homo on WiMilnt tilrvlit piv Miss Christine Uradloy entertained in Honor of nor guests Misses I rotioli and Gatowood of Mt Sterling and Miss Ienrco of Dloomington Ills at u rrorninn in tlin linll rnnm of tVin Capital Ilotol on Tuesday night A lurgo number of young society gooplo from dliTerent sections of tho -- Mf vj Dont Put It Off But Come Now We want to make room for our spring stock and to do so we will sell goodg cheap to make them go Good quality Indigo bluo calico Beeper ton Jburg Miss Daisy Hughes is tho guest of Ool and Mrs T M Porter in CovingÂ¬ from a visit to relatives in Ohio Mr Jas A Hodges of Louisvlllo vlsitod relatives horo Sunday Mr W H Posoy wont to Louisville on Sunday on ofllcial business Miss Salllo B Sowalter of this city is visiting her unclo at Georgetown Mr Geo Krazo of Jacksonville lias moved to tho West Side to re- aldo Mrs Marvin D Averill Jr and son are visiting her parents iu Harrods Florida to remain until spring Mrs Johnston Barrett has returned yard The Deadly Grip S i Tolatives at her town MATRIMONIAL Mr Arthur Scofleld and family have moved to Poytona Shelby county to xesiuo WiLLs EmVAnna At the Leland Rev W H Hampton of Ironton Hotel Lexington on Tuesday JanOhio visited relatives hero this uary 24 Mr C D Wills apd Miss Treok Imogeno Edwards were parried by Miss Lizzie Halm left Monday for Rev Lew J Wallace Xoxington to attend the State Mr Wills is an employe of the College Miss Katherine Kellner of Louis- Penitentiary and Miss Edwards is a ville is the guest of Miss Lizzie handsome young lady Weitzel Hounschild Betts In this city Misses Sophie and Anne Hendrick on Tuesday evening Jan 24 Mr are guests of Miss Wooldrige in FeUx Housechlld jr and Miss Louisville Mrs Letba Williams has removed Mamie Betts were murricd by Rev to Louisville to make her nonie thore George Darsie in future Kellneii Weitzel At the home Col Sam H Stono has gone to of the brides sister Mrs Wm Weit- Â¬ Washington City to try und lund tho place of Coiiimigalduer of Internal zel on Wednesday afternoon Mr itevonue Fred P Kellner of Louisville and Miss Muggle Dudley is tho guest of Miss Florence G Weitzel of this xurs iaura yearns wortnlngton in city were married by Rev Father Covington Tom Major Mrs Mary C Haycraft who visited Mr Kellner is a promising young relatives iu Louisville last week has business man of Louisville and the returned home bride is one of Frankforts fairest Mr W L Coppersmith and family left Saturday ufternoon for tneir new daughters home at Owensboro After tho ceremony an elegant Mrs Ruby Ringo Means and lunch was served and the young children of Ashland are guests of couple left for a trip to Washington Miss Cordelia Lindsey and New York They will make Postmasters B Holmes has gono their home iu Louisville to Battle Creek Mich for treatment his health haying lailed The Tobacco Growers League of Mr Dan Glanton and family have Kentucky movod into town fronvtheir farm and will reside here in future Lexington Ky Jan 21 18 Miss Eva Newbraudt of Cincinnati Mra Jonn--eo- n Mr James Andrew Scott Frankfort is the guest of her sister Ky Burrett Shelby street Dear Sir When your League va9 Mr Frank H Johnson of the AudDec 5th at itors oiflce went to Louisville on in session Directors was Lexington a authorized Board of Monday on otlicial business They have ben selected and have Mrs W B Porman of Monterey been continuously at work since enIs visiting lier mother Mrs Mary deavoring to benefit the growers of on Holmes street Wilson A committee from tho tobacco Mrs D W Lindsey and daughter Board visited Louisville and re Miss Catherine have gone to Florida quested the warehouses to make some concessions in their charges and also for the remainder of tne winter Mrs H 0 Mallory and ohildron of a committee was sent to Cincinnati Ohicago Ills uro visiting her father for the same purpose In hopes that any concessions that they might Col Thou Rodman Steele street make would have a tendency to perMrs Jesse McCoy and daughter suade the farmers who could not Miss Mollie of Louisville attendeu hold their tobacco to ship it to the the funeral of little Nannie Matterii market and not sell in tho country The folMr Will Duvall of Owenton has to manufacturers agents taken charge of tho Blue Grass lowing houses in Cincinnati Tie Grocery in this city vice Mr Thos Bodman The Globe The Cincln Power natlMiaml and the Morris have Mr Geo D Baldrick and wife of made the following concessions to Lebauon spent Sunday here the wit To rebate S1G0 per hogshead guests of her mother Mrs Margerec charges provided tills tobacco comes Tobin they have made any Mrs Jas Rodman and Miss Pepper to them nefore thereon und if ad members of a houbo party at advancement aro required after the were Mrs Clay H Hatchitts nearNowtown vancements been received by them tobacco has last week will make the same to an extent been reasonably safe at a charge of 0 per Miss Lizzie Rodman who has C Mallory cent per annum and still rebate the vlBitlner her sistet Mrs H in Chicago Ills for several mouths S150 per hogshead We enclose has returned home herewith a copy of their letter The Louisville warehouses refuho Mrs James Bransom of tho West Side who has been in New Jersey to make any concessions whatever for the past month or so with sick We respectfully call your attention of tho act of the Legisto section relatives has returned homo Mr Walter Cox of Indianapolis lature A meeting of the State League Is Ind was culled hero by tho death of called to meet in Lexington at 12 Miss Alice Cox Mr Cox his sister oclock Jan 31 for the purpoao of returned to his homo Tuesday considering a number oi matters that M Rico and wifo of will be brought before it We woujd Mr John Louisa visited this city this weok urge on you to secure as many mem Â¬ Mr Rice was formerly in the Aud- bers to ttie League as possible prior itors oillco undor Auditor Norman tothlstlmo and to bo fully repre Mr Thos Power who has been in sented at tliu State meeting Yours respectfully charge of tho Bluo Grass Grocery for about a year has boen relieved and J L Lisle Secy has gone to his homo in Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Hannah Hardin Is visiting old homo in Bards- - or you will open tho door to Pneu- Â¬ monia and Consumption and invite death Its sure signs are chills with fover headache dull heavy pains mucous discharges from the nose cough sore throat and nover-let-g-o Dont waste precious time treating this cough with troches tablets or poor cheap syrups Cure it nt once with Dr Kings New Discovery the now infallible remedy for bronchial troubles It kills the disease germs heals tho lungs and prevents the dreaded after effects from the malady Price 60 cts and 100 Money back if not cured A trial bottle free at 1 J V Guylert drug store Is ngnin abroad in the land Tho air you breathe may be full of its fatal germs Dont neglect tho Grip Childrens heavy hoso fast black with quality only 7c per yard double knees only 10c per pair Apron Gingham best on tho market Ladies black hose full seamless good regular 7c quality 5c per yard quality 10c per pair Our regular 7 Jc bleached cotton extra Gents heavy brown and bluo mixed socks only 5c quality only 5c per yurd 10c Red calico fast colors splendid quality only 3c per yard Extra heavy outing cloth durk colors Good quality Turkey Red table cloth fast colors only 25c per yard Regular 25c ladies vests only Joe each Extru quality 50c ladies vests only 40o each v i i Special reduction on woolen dress goods We carry the best of everything Our prices are at the bottom I i HA iyi gin NO 41 ST Our understanding of the same is as follows First We agree with you that the present custom of writing the pack- Â¬ ers or owners name on tho sample tag Is a useless practice which should beubandoned nnd that we will em Â¬ ploy our best efforts to have it aban doned We are told by representa tives of several manufacturers that they will not insist on tho contin- Â¬ uance of this custom and that it might bo arranged between the warehouses of Cincinnati and Louis Tho Louisvlllo warohonses vice have so far through their represen- Â¬ tatives declined to agree with us in the matter but we will certainly try to huve it adjusted in our own mar-Â¬ il At g CLAIR STREET NEAR BRIDGE J Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky Switzer Misses Virginia Bacon of Peaks Mill and LulicManford of Swallow field spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Dr Gayle Mr Tom Quarles spent part of last week with his brother Clarence Miss Kate Haydon and brother Georgo were in our village Sunday last Miss Maude Head spent two days last week with relatives in Scott county Quite a large crowd attended the Japanese lecture hero Saturday night Mr Jack South gave a party Thursday night in honor of his young friends Mr Norwood of Louisville at tended church here Sunday night last For cheap goods apply at Ellis Head 1 Â¬ 1801-2-- 3 Â¬ Â¬ Joflbrs and bride havo returned from an extended bridal trip extending up to Boston Mass and aro at homo at their farm In tho county Rev Lowis N Thompson of Louis vlllo who has been visiting ills paronts Capt lid Porter Thompson B B Ohio Mr I j I Tho Tobacco Growers League of Kentuckv Lexington Ky Gentlemen Complying with your requeit wo hereby reiterate tho agreement wo had with you with referenco to warehouse charges on tobacco to he shipped us by members of your League and other matters Cincinnati Jan 10 189 Second Wo agree to make the regular warehouse charges on all to-Â¬ bacco consigned to us by members of your League and to rebate therefrom 150 per hogshead provided the tobacco comes to us before wo havo made any advancements thereon and if advancements are required after the tobacco has been received in SWITZEUITE our warehouse we will make the same to an extent reasonably safe For Sale at a charge of six pei cent per an- Â¬ num and still rebate the 160 per Grand Masque Ball By Division hhd As agent for the Methodist Church No I A 0 H In making theso concessions to South of this city I will sell tho members of your League we will rePEWS now in said church They quire from them a certificate or other to be On Wednesday evening Febru Â¬ will 22 sold cheap ApplyItOGEHS proof of membership B tf ary 8th Division No 1 A O H Very respectfully your Cincinnati Leap Tobacco Ware will give a grand masque ball at Wtm AjHwwi9AHftYr9H4Eri house Co their hall Kleber building South Per II II Hoffman Pros Side This will probably be the E FussmiPEL Sec Composed of the following waie last social event of the season until houscs namely The Bodman The after lent The Leading Specialists of America Globe The Cinciunati Miami The A splendid orclestra of 5 pieces Morris 20 YEARS IN OHIO has been engaged to furnish music 250000 CUBED nnd nn nveniniriif tilpncnr n is mini Miles J E M Flour the bestnnfpPi tn nil whn nrtmirl Almc WCCURE EMISSIONS P gents 50e ladies free Nnthtncf ran ha mnro demoralizing to Flou Whole Wheat young or middle aged men than tho iroa contains an me nuinuve eiemeuw oi They ence ot those nightly lossc proauco wcaKncss nervousness n looting the wheat berry The course woody of disgust and a wholo train of symptom If fiber alone being eliminated They unfit a man for business married properly cooked it makes a more mo ana social nanninoss nn manor palatable bread than white flour whether caused bv evil habits in youth arxacEweakness or sexual excesses our natural Highly recommended by medical Nevr Method Treatment will positively authorities for persons having Indoor cure you sedentary habits employment and of NO CURE NO PAY Miles Gkaham Flouk tho very Render vou need licln Early nbuso or I finest quality of Graham flour over later oxceiscj inuy uaio wenKcncu you put on this market Not a mixturo sou i lseasou vou OurNewMothodl of bran and low grade flour but the will euro you You run no tlsk whole product of the best wheat thoroughly cleaned and ground by CURED an improved process Yonncr Knn Yon nro nalo feeblo Miles Geiimolina a perfect and haggnnl nervous irritable and ox citable Yo i becomo forgetful niorore breakfast fowl Made of wheat Con and dosondonti blotches and pimples taining all the valuable elements of sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping prm nnd downcast countenance reveal the wheat berry necessary for sushe blight of your existence taining life and building up tho tis to oatmeal sues ofthe body Superior WECURE VARICOCELE Miles Bkeakfabt Flakes made No inattr r how serious your caso may of tho very best Kentucky wheat he or bow lonrr you mav havo had It our NfeV MKTUOU TUKATMKNT will carefully selected and thoroughly euro It Tho wormy eins return to cleaned All tho woody outer coat their normal condition nnd henco llie ing of tho bran being scoured ofT and sexual organs reecho proper nouruh ment Iho organs becomo Utalltcd all by an improved pro then crushed unnaturnl drains or losses ceaso and cess It is easily prepared for break No temporary manly powers return benefit but tv permanent euro assured fast as this crushing process makes NO OlIIItA- NO JUKI NO lAY it soft and tender and easy to cook WO UliilSW TION NWmSAKY TION FltOM UUSINKSS Verv much superior to oat meal or cracked wheat CURES GUARANTEED Mi Lies Fahina the most delicate We tront nnd euro BY1M1ILIS Well wheat from preparation OLKHT UMISBIONB IMlOTUNOY STIUOfrmU VAHICOOELK BKMI- adapted for use in the sick room or NAIi LOHSLS JIliAHUlill AND Kll HOGE for young children ns well as making JOHNSON NKY diseases OONHULTATION delicious food for well people Fitiin hooks iuin ciiAiiaud 811 MAIN STREET MUUl lATi Theso products aro all mado of ir tinan o io ran write for ft OIII STIN 1JLANK for I10MI2 has choice Kentucky Wheat which IllVArMllNl Nov 20 tf the finest flavor known Superior to Northern Spring Wheat or White For Rent Wheat manufactured by All 122 W FOURTH ST MILES SON Itooms or the wholo housp No CINCINNATI O 210 Conway street Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky B ag j WiB 4b l gf 22 lt Miss MAariiE Russell lJtf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ket Below will be found a list of lottors remaining unclaimed for the week ending Jan 28 1809 North Elijah Ather Samuel Baker James Pastor First Con- gregational Baker Cordelia Bohannon Amelia Jhareh Broadhnrst B F Ralph Miss Ella Brown Mrs Julia Reid W D Brown Ohas Rickotts Lula Burns John Robinson Miss Bush Miss Alide Sadie CamerlMiss MarieSaddler S A Co Collins Eli Samuels Mess M Demint Thomas Sattorflolri John Ellis Sie Fields Mrs Eliza Smith Mrs Marie Â¬ Freeman NorSpencor Thomas man O Swing Bryan Glenn Mrs L The Acme Milling Marie Co Goodnight I H Tipton Mrs EdHall Nelson ward MoKinney W T White John Mauley wm Willis Dora Wood Mr Monham Mrs Thomas Young Speod Persons calling for any of these let- Â¬ ters will please say advertised S B Holmes P M -- tl M DRKK MiT m 9 -- is - M v 250000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ORSETS Kennedy Kergan Eg3 V v Shatter Kissed Los Angeles Times Formally Announced Safe in Cuba Tlio osculating crnsso litis broken out again and this time It hit Gen Gen Shnftcr the Santiago hero Shatter made n short speech at Kl Insoi Tixa on Tuesday and at Its conclusion a lot of young nnd pretty glrN proceeded to Imitate the Ilob Thin seems Honicd performance the first time Southern girls have for Â¬ gotten tlielr raising A Social Supper I Ml I 21 m It has been the custom for some years of the ollleers of the Stato National IJmk to irlve a supper to the board ol directors upon the oc casion of the annual meeting of that body and as that meetinjr wai held this year on Friday of last week tind a thorough examination into the affairs of the hank was made that day by a committee of the stock Â¬ holders appointed for the urpose everythlhg being found in first class slape the usual supper was given at the Capital Hotel Covers were laid for twenty five but only about fifteen gentlemen were present con sisting of the ofllcers directors and employes of the bank and a few Invited itucsts The spread was a magnificent one greatly enjoyed by all present as It was a nice quiet time The company sat at table for about two hours the time between courses being occupied in pleasant conversation Â¬ obligations for n copy of the Los Angeles Cal Times Mid Winter Number of January 1 18 It Is a huge atraiar of f2 pages profusely and handsomely illustrated It gives a resume of the resources activities Industries and outlook of the beautiful city and ot that prosperous section of the country It also contrasts the condition of allalrsn fow years back In the past with the magnificent outlook of the present and future It Is u master Â¬ piece of the printers art nnd is a credit to all concerned in Its get up Wo are under Hon Win Gocbel of Covington formally announced himself as a candidate for tho Democratic nomi- nationfor Governor at Lebanon on Monday last lie announced him self In favor of reaffirming tho Chicago platform favored Ilrynn as the candidato for President was lor Joo Blackburn for Senator and was emphatically for his famous election bill There was a largo crowd present to hear him but tho papers say there was little or no enthusiasm in his bohalf Â¬ Miles wholo wheat flour Is not only health giving but Is moro 3 tf palatablo than white flour Lots of Sound Sense Col Richard P Stoll In one of his speeches during the Presidential trip South Secretary of Wilson in a speech Agriculture which ho made to some colored The people used this lanmige trouble Is that you keep too many dogs and too few sheep The cost of feeding one dog would raise two sheep or one hog Theres lots of good hard common sense in that sentence And it jnight well bo applied to white as well as colored people in thl3 region worthless curs Several thousand could well be spared from this sec- Â¬ tion to mako room for sheep Third Kentucky Volunteer Infantry J Smith commanding sailed from Savannah Ga at 11 oclock p m Thursday January 10th and arÂ¬ rive I at Matanzas Cuba on Satur day morning January 21st Hut fow of the men suffered from ea- slcknessaifd tho voyago was a safo and delightful one in every way Wo give this item of news for which we thank Mrs Ada Gatrctt that tho friends of tho goodly num Â¬ ber of boys from this city in that reg No healthy person need fear any ment may bo relieved from anxiety dangerous consequences from an at about them tnck of la grlppo if properly treated It is much the same as a severe cold Februarv nth to 13th tho Frankand requires precisely the same treat fort Cincinnati will sell tickets to ment Remain quietly at home nnd New Orleans Mobile and Birming take Chamberlains Cough Remedy ham and return at one fare for the as directed for a severe cold and a round trip limited to February 28th prompt and complete recovery N sure Account of the Mardi Grns to follow For sale by J W Gaylo J R NlJWTON Col T Â¬ Â¬ Cuban Army to be Paid OIL It is generally believed that our government will advance tho money to pay off the Cuban army and will reimburse itself from tho customs receipts It is estimated that this will require from 5000000 to 15- uuuuuu Tins is a gooa and practical way in which to solve any difficulties about the disbandment of tho Cuban Uins Kastlo to E lL Taylor Jr Sons No 153 additional JM J E P Woodson to J Saffell No 01 John Sheehan to J J M Saffell No 91 meal room J M Stevenson to J N Ulake more No 00 II T Gaines to J N Blakemore No 00 bottling Geo P McCann to V A Gaines Co No 10G W J Seitz to W A Gaines Co No 100 additional C II Wilkerson to W A Gaines Co No 100 bottling Thos R Todd to W A Gaines Co No 10G meal room Rolla Fannin to W A Gaines Co No 100 night A B Piper to E II TnylorJr Co No 113 GPA A W Stanhope to E II Taylor Card of Thanks Sons No 113 bottling Jr W W Cherry to E 11 Taylor Jr We are requested to say to the Co No 113 meal room friends of Mr II G Mattern and Jonas Sugden to E H Taylor jr wife who were so very kind during Co No 113 night the illness nnd after the death of their STOIIEKEEIKK OAUGEIIS little daughter Nannie that they are Mayse No P S Rule to Laval deeply grateful for their sympathy 11 and assistance and will ever bear J D Nash to Glen Spring Distil them in kindly remembrance lery Co No 57 Jumped the Track OAUOEUS A Sons No 63 Hy n letter from Capt Dr Nevll P G Powell to E II M Garrett wo learn that the gallant ifeSons No 63 bottling flS P Willis to E II Taylor Taylor Jr Jr army fr i fit I i m SSB v h IV MM i The Ravages of Grip A number of papers of the State have mentioned the name of Col Richard P Stoll of Lexington as a That modern scourge tho Grip probable candidate for the Republi- Â¬ poisons the air with its fatal germs Â¬ so that no homo is safe from its rav can nomination for Governor ages but multitudes havo found a gloton Heeney and Salender Â¬ Col Stoll is an upright and honor- sure protection against this danger- Â¬ present able gentleman of deserved popular- Â¬ ous malady in Dr Kings New DisThe minutes of tho last meet- you ity He is one ol the most progres covery When ana feel a soreness mg were read and approved have muscics in your Ho chills andbones with sore throat sive business men of Lexington fever Tho appointment ot A Salen strong race if given pain in the back of the head catnr- - jar ag Deputy Assessor was con would make a rhal symptoms and a stubborn cough fi the nomination vou mav know you have the crip Auditor Upheld The reports from tho Work- and that you need Dr Kings New Discovery It will promptly euro houso Committee showing com- Â¬ It will be remembered that Officer the worst cough heals tho inflamed parisons between tho years 1897 membranes H C Moseley of Owensboro killed and prevents kills the disease germsÂ¬ and 1898 woro presented and the dreaded after efClark in an attempt to fects of the malady Price 50 cts the showing for the latter year Howard capture him When he presented and 100 Money back if not cured was far ahead ot tho 1897 re his claim for tho reward the Auditor A trial bottle free at J W Gaylos port The report was filed 2 refused to allow it on the ground drug store The ordinance for Arc light that the Court of Appeals had ruled Nasty Mess on Holmes street was given that an officer could not claim a its first passage was simply doing his reward as he Tho dirty pool of municipal poli- Â¬ An ordinance providing for duty as an officer and especially as tics in the city of Louisville has re- Â¬ the hung of accounts on or bethe man was killed and not delivered ceived a thorough stirring up fore the fifth day of each month to tho Jailor of Jefferson county recently by the alleged attempt to was given its first reading and Moseley applied for a mandamus to bribe councilmen to vote for a now pussago com pell the Auditor to issue the telephone charter There are some Tho Water Committee was in warrant Jude Cantrill refused to very suspicious things about tho structed to purchuso and have issue the mandamus and upheld the l placed in the well at the Gover Auditor in Ids refusal to pay tho claim nors alloy a now pump some of tho councilmen who were Mr E A Phillips was elect Great Reservoir to be Built in Arizona supposed to be upproachable The ed Clock Keeper to fill the un whole thing is a stench in the expired term of w L Copper It has been discovered that by nostrils of decent people smith creating a reservoir thoSaltriver in How to Prevent Pneumonia The matter of chancing fire Arizona will bonble to supply water enough to irrigate 1000000 acres of alarm boxes from Custom house You are perhaps aware that pneu- Â¬ corner and Fowler and Murray arid lands in that Territory and make from cold or monia always them tho most productive section of from an attack resultsgrippe n During streets to Steele and 4th Aven of la conception hasjjeen therogiou A the epidemic of la grippe a few years ue and 4th Avenue and Murray obtained from the government for ago when so many cases resulted in stroets and tho numbers to bo the location of tho reservoir The pneumonia it was observed that the 18 and 19 wa referred to reservoir will cover 18 square miles uttack was never followed by that Fire Committee with power to disease when Chamberlains Cough and the water will bo from 100 to Remedy was used It counteracts act 250 feet deop any tendency of a cold or la grippe Mr R B Jillson offered the to result in- that dangerous disease following resolutions in relation It Is tho best remedy in the world MMIIIIIIMMMMIMMIMIIIIIIIIIII for bad colds and la grlpp Every to paupers viz For salo by J W bottlo warranted Resolved That tho monthly Gaylo expenditures for paupers in tho future shall not exceed tho folAnother Old Citizen Dead lowing limit for tho months of morning last Mr October to April inclusive shall On Monday There are three great reme- Â¬ John S Hnrvlo died at his rooms in not exceed forty dollars per dies that every person with this city of the infirmities incident month for provisions fifteen weak lungs or with consump- Â¬ age ho being in his 83d year hav- Â¬ dollurs per month for drugs fif tion itself should understand ing been born In Woodford county teen dollars per month for fuol These remedies will cure on Juno 2d 1810 about every case in its first Pauper pay roll not to ox Ho enrao to this city with his coed fifty dollars per month stages and many of those parents when only two years of age and more advanced It is only tho Kings Daughtors the most advanced that are and had lived hero nearly the wholo Hospital twenty five dollars Even these are hopeless of the remainder of his life por month wonderfully relieved and life Mr Ilurvlo belonged to a distin Â¬ For tho month of May to Sep itself greatly prolonged guished and wealthy family of which tember inclusive tho monthly What are these remedies ho was tho last member He had allowance shall not oxcocd tho Fresh air proper food and never married He was a gentle following 2000 Provisions man of tho strictest integrity and Drugs n000nnd no fuel Tho was novor known to do an ungentle paupor pay roll shall not ex Â¬ manly act of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- 3500 and tho Kings Ho had been confined to his room ceed Be afraid of phosphites for sovornl years before his death Daughters Hospital 2500 not ot tresn air draughts but Tho City Clerk is directed to rarely if ever being nblo to leave it Eat nutritious food and drink audit all accounts and when the Do not forget plenty of milk Ho was a member of tho Episcopal that Scotts Emulsion is the Church The funeral took place amounts oxceod tho limit as oldest the most thoroughly from tho Church of the Ascension on proscribed ubovo to roport tho tested and the highest enTuesday afternoon at 315 oclock fact to tho Financo Committoo dorsed of all remedies for services conducted by Row It L whoso duty it shall bo to rojoct weak throats weak lungs and McCready after which the romains and report thoir action to tho consumption in all its stages woro placed In the family lot In our Common Council oo ill druggist 50c rut UOWNH Chcmliti New York ceinotery SCOTT The Council then adjourned Â¬ J Greenbaum tho Electric Street No 9 Railway j imped the track on yes City Council Eugene Craig to Labrot Graham terday morning in front of Tnom No 52 Tuesday January 24 99 son Brothers livery stable on Main R H Whiltington to J J M Tho Mayor and all tho mem Â¬ street nnd came near b running into Satrell No 91 before ing checked W B Jenkins to W A Gaines bers except Councilmen Con the stable itselfwas done Little damage 4 export Car No 4 of Geo G Berry to S Grips Ravages Doomed nn Â¬ So much misery nnd so many deaths have been caused by the Grip that every one should know what a wonderful remedy for this malady is found in Dr Kings New Discovery That distressing stubborn cough that inflames your throat robs you of sleep weakens your system and paves the way for Consumption is quickly stopped by this matchless cure If you have chills and fever pain in the back of the head soreness in bones and muscles sore throat and that cough that grips your throat like a vice you need Dr Kings New Discovery to cure your Grip and prevent Pneumonia or Consumption Price 50 cts and 100 Money back if not cured A trial bottlo free at 3 J W Gayles drug store Meeting of Daughters of Confed- - eracy J Lynch to W A Gaines No 4 entries W T Crosthvnit to W A Gaines Co No 4 v Ithdrawals and JN Blakemore No 96 M G Oneill to E II Taylor jr Co No 113 withdrawals John Cochran Co No 37 and J P Wil- Â¬ liams rectifier Wm M Saffell to E H Taylor jr Co No 113 entries D B Walcutt to W A Gaines Co No 10G entries Thompson Ware to W A Gaines and Co No 106 withdrawals E H Taylor jr Sons No 63 J W Jewett to Kentucky River Distillery No 2 entries J G Brawner to Kentucky River Distillery No 2 withdrawals A Co CoNo S- - Still la the Ring There will be a meeting of Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the I desiroto say that am still in the I Confederacy this Saturday after- Â¬ noon at tho residence of Judge J ling and doirig a rushing business H Lewis Second street at 3 oclock in country pr duce Bring me your turkeys chickens ducks rabbits A full attendance requested eggs butter Ac I will pay you the highest cash prices I am buying furs and pelts Como nnd see me Havo orders for large quantities of I butter eggs c Come Monday and For Infants and Children let me know what you can furnish Tha Kind You Hava Always Bought them at R Fekguson Cor Broadway and Washington Bears tha 22 lt Signature of CASTOR A Revenue Z4 Good Appointment Assignments - Advice to Tho following are the assignments of revenuo ofllcers in this division of tho 7th District as made by Collector Roberts for the month of February B N Webster to Ky River Distil lery No 2 W R Fleming to Ky River Dls- illery No 2 meal room C H Morgan to Ky River Dis tillery No 2 additional Lister Terry to Ky River Distil lery No 2 night W D Blandine to W A Gaines Co No 4 John L Jones to W A Gaines Co No 4 warehouse additional Ed W Lane to W A Gaines Co No 4 night Pat H Feoney to S J Greenbaum No 9 R II Davonport to S J Green baum No 9 additional John A Logan to S J Greenbaum No 9 meal room Wm A McEldowney to S J Greenbaum No 9 night G B Hale Jr to John Cochran Co No 37 E B Hedges to John Cochran Co No 37 bottling Grn J M Withrow to Labrot ham No 52 Graham J L Cox to Labrot No 52 bottling Alonzo Jones to Labrot Graham No 62 moal room S-- storekeepers Consumptives Â¬ Mr John L Jones of this eltyt has been appointed U S Storekeeper in this district and assigned to tho distillery of W A Gaines Co No 4 Hermitage In this city to take effect Feb 1st Mr Jones is a conscientious and upright gentleman and will make an efficient officer We congratulate him upon his good luck For Sale or Lease Desiring to change my residence I will sell or lease mv stable on Ann street Tins is the best located stable In the city Is well adapted tthe livery bus uess and liberally patronized 24 tf W B LUCKETT MARDI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ scons at New Orleans und Mobile QUEEN CRESCENT Route limited trains equipÂ¬ ped with elegance running on fait time One fare round trip tickets from Cincinnati und the North on sain iiniw Feb G to 13 Rood until February i8 to return lllrmlnghaui Ala on same dates W Also to O Hlnearfcon lien Pass Agt Cincinnati O GRAS Emulsion Notice Asrecelverof the Marshall Dlckerson estate I will at the Court Home door In the city ot Frankfort on Monday Khrti iry ti lbiCJ about 12 oclock in oiler for rent to the highest und best bidder the farm ot tho lato Marshall Dlckerson for the year ending March 1 1MX Mild farm Is located on thu Kentucky rler about four miles above Krankroit and cunsUts of about 81 acies At the same time and plueo I will uIm niter tor rent the late residence ot said Marshall Dicker son In Hellepolnt or West Frankfort I reserve tint right to reject any or nil bid The parlies renting the said property will bo required to give Hecelverot Mrs Kvnltue Dlckerson Jun Ufrft Â¬ i I F JOHNSON M Tfie FranKfort Rounaaooui Entered nt tlie potonice nt Frnnkfort Kentucky 05 second cltisa mailable matter A Mistake Not So Much Off After All GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 28 1800 FRANKFORT JANUARY To Our Subscribers Wo nro sending out notices to all our subscribers who nro In nrreurs We ore not making any distinction Wo hope thnt all those receiving such notices will respond nt once as we need the money The little amounts from each make tho large amount to us tho fund allowed by tho county Is tho ladles of tho Methodist Church about exhausted and if tho City will reopen their Exchange on Sat Council should cut off tho fund as urday February 4 In the room of indicated by the resolutions published Mr W S Dehoney on Main street elsewhere In to days paper absolute next door to Mrs Kittle Welch suffering will bo tho result They will havo for sale cakes pips Tho city should take care of her salads croquette Ac suitable for The Right Kind of Man worthy poor oven If she should havo Sunday dinners and will offer thorn to borrow tho money with which to at the lowest rates We take the following from the do so Remember the date and place and Madisonvllle Hustler of Jan 10 call and sec them Is at lenst one State ofllcer There orrectlon These nr dangerous times for tho to be elected next November in health Croup whom the teacher especially have It peems that our senior was mis- Â¬ troubles lead to colds and throat Consumption A tho deepest interest Not only the taken In regard to the german given bottle of One Minute Cough Cure teachers but every child in tho by Miss Miles last week It was used at tho right time will preserve Stute has an indirect interest in who simplya8ociai at tho home of the life health and a largo amount of Pleasant to take children shall be the next Superintendent of fair young lady The mistake was money Tyler like it Hemphill and W Public Instruction for the State unintentional on his part McKce Hurdle There are a number of most excellent Police for Havana XA gentlemen who have been suggested Bears tha A Tha Kind You Haw Always Bought tho place Some of these are for Gen Menocal the Cuban who has candidates others are studying the been uppointed Chief of Police for matter over and it will be but a short Huvana has selected 400 men for time a few months at most until For the Roundabout the police force About one fourth tho Democratic party will be called Clean Streets ure Spanish tho rest Cubans Three upon to mako a nomination for this of his brothers uro to be Inspectors of and for all other State ofllcers Received too late for publication police at a salary of 140 each per Tho Hustler having always been last week Ed Roundabout month He certainly does believe in a friend to the cause of education providing for his own household and believing that the very best man The citizens of Lexington seem to for the place should bo be nominated be fully allvo to the advantages of He has been exceedingly liberal to wishes to make a suggestion as to clean streets from commercial hy- - the Spanish element one educator who is eminently quali- Â¬ genic and humanitarian stand points WhaTNext fied to fill the position Wo do not Last Friday many prominent citizens mean by this that the other gentle men and women met to consider It does seem as though the seeds Â¬ men who are spoken of in this con- this important subject A full ac- men would stop somewhere but hero nection are not all that is required in count of the meeting Is to be found comes a work of urt Think of it a position of this kind in the Lexington Morning Herald twenty four pages lithographed in We are well acquainted with all Jan 14th It is well worth confed colors not gaudy chromos but from or nearly all the educators of tho eration photographs in colors upon an en- Â¬ State and when we say that there is Dr F O Young was the first tirely new plan This In Itself is not according to our mind in the speaker Unpaved roads or old enough to turn every womans head Commonwealth a man better quali- macadam pavements ho reminded Then follow about one Hundred more fied for the position than Prof his hearers might trust something pages filled with half tone illustra- Â¬ McHenry Ithoads of Frankfort we to the absorbing power of tho earth tions of Flowers Fruits and VegeJbelieve that we express the senti- Â¬ but with our now pavements dirt if tables photographed from nature all ment of at least three fourths of the allowed to accumulate harbors printed on fine paper und enclosed in educators of tho State We have every disease germ until the first an elegant cover of white and gold been acquainted with Prof Rhoads gust of wind sends it on Its deadly Vick8 Garden and Floral Guide also for many years and know something miasion Especially he impressed contains full descriptions and direc- Â¬ of the interest he has ulways taken upon his hearers tho dread contagion tions for planting Flowers und Vege Â¬ in school matter lie was at first a of consumption is spread chiefly by table Plants Small Fruits etc It country teacher then he taught In tho accumulated dirt and floating explains a new departure in selling town and at present he is Superin- Â¬ dust of our streets Meeting the ob- Â¬ Vegetable Seeds by weight in place tendent of tho city schools of his city jection that the city could not afford of old stylo of packets also n grand I3y his own indomitable will push a system of rigorous street cleaning offer givlnir customers credit for full and energy ho has steadily advanced he declared no economy was so false amount of purchase to apply nnorder from the unknown country teacher as that which exposed its dupes to for implements and useful articles until now lie has a reputation that illness and death He closed hy in- This splendid work of art will be is by no means confined to his own sinuating that even by an inexpen Â¬ mailed with a Duo Bill good for 25 State lie has pased through all sive system of municipal street clean cents worth of seeds for only 15 tho grades from the lowest to the ing If conscientiously carried out cents Write James Vicks Sons highest The vast experience that would the untold dangers froin ac- Rochester N Y Prof Ithoads lias had in all the cumulated dirt bo avoided Spanish Crew Taught a Lesson grades of hchools his earnest work Dr Stucky traced tho origin of a his splendid executive abilities and great number of diseases of tho eyo On Monday u Spanish schooner his general good sense would make ear and throat to tho dust from un- Â¬ model man to havo at the clean streets and showed that such came Into the harbor of Havana and him a head of the school affairs of the diseases had Increased greatly in tho ran alongside of the auxiliary cruiser State There Is no doubt that ho last few years In conclusion he Resolute Capt Eaton commanding will bo able to sweep this part of the urged the vital necessity of breathing As the schooner hove to the crew State clean when it comes to the through tho nose und keeping the raised tho Spanish flag above the county conventions There Is scarcely lips closed This practice minimizes Cuban flag and gave three cheers for a teacher a friend to education or tho risk from impure atmosphere and the Spanish emblem an ucquaintanco of tho gentleman in to some extent insures immunity Capt Euton at once sent n squad on board forced tho lowering of the this section who is not heart and from throat and lung trouble flag and compelled the crew event he should soul for him in the Dean Lewis spoke next and his Spanish to raise tho American and Cuban to make the race decide nudienco listened with mingled ad We heartily agreo with the senti- Â¬ miration and envy to his description flag and salute them with cheers Ttie capiureu Spanish Hag was ment expressed In the article quoted of a model Pennsylvania town where assertion that there an Improvement Association was not taken on board tho Resolute und the We venture the is not a man In the State who is by only successful in executing great im- Â¬ schooner then allowed to sail intellect and training better quail provement but moro important DoufnoHB Cannot Bo Cured fled for tho discharge of the delicate still created so strong a public bentl and responsible duties of the high ment In favor of cleanliness and order By looal applications as thoy cunnot of Public that any debro or oven scraps reaon tno aisoasea portion ot trie ear ofllco of Superintendent more is Instructions that our friend Prof thrown upon tho streets was re Â¬ ness andonly ono way to cure ueat that is by constitutional McHenry Ithoads Of course wo are garded as a public nuisance remedies Deafness is causod by an not in politics and are not speaking Tho senso of the meeting evidently inflamed condition of the mucouc Wo do not know was that it Is us much tho duty of a liningoftho Eustachian Tube When as politicians is lniinmed you havo whether Prof Ithoads will enter municipal government to protect U this tuoe sound or imperfect hoaringa rumbling Into politics or not and therefore citizens from disease as from human and when it is entirely closed deaffeel freo to give this article space violence and commercial wisdom at ness is tho result and unless tno in- bo taken out and this least not to repel new residents bus flamatlon can to its normal condition tube restored iness men students and visitors by hearing will bo destroyed forever To the Public foul odors unsightly streets and tholr nine casos out of ten aro caused by which is in Wn nre authorized to guaranteo natural necessary resultant a high catarrh condition nothing but an sur- Â¬ flamed of the mucous bottle of Chamberlains Cough death rate overv face I lit wl J VOIlieUy lO UU 113 ivjivaviiii u unu II Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars two thirds of not satisfactory after for any case of deafness caused by To Insure a happy now year keep catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho contents have been used will re fund tho money to tho purchaser tho liver clear and tho body vigorous Halls Catarrh Ouro Send for cirThera Is no hotter medicino mado for by uslnc Do Witts Little Eiirlv culars free J F OIIEENEY CO Toledo O la grippal colds and whooping cough Risers the famous little pills for con -Sold by Druggists 75o Price 25 and 60e per bottle Try It stlpatlon and liver trouble Tyler Hemphill und W MeKeo Hurdle Halls Family Pills aro tho best J W Gayle By a recent decision of tho War Wo regret exceedingly to see tho drift taken by tho City Council as Department based on tho law tho indicated by the resolutions of Coun- appointment of Lieut J C Browder cilman Jlllson in regard to tho pro as Quirtermaster of the First Kenvisions for tho relief of the paupors of tucky Volunteers by Col Castleman was held to bo Illegal and void tho rlty So after all tho appointment of necessities of the poor Just now The aro very pressing and It should never Lieut Davidson by Gov Bradley bo said that this city would allow was legal notwithstanding Col Cas any deserving poor to go hungry and tlcmnns refusal to recognize it Lieut Browder will have to seek cold We are Informed by Judge Moore relief from Congress of tho county court that the domands Ladles Exchange mado upon the county for relief just now aro exceedingly heavy and that We aro requested to announce that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ North Western Limited iWt ELEC TRIC LIGHTED 20th CENTURY TRAIN For St Paul Minneapolis Duluth Leaves Chicago 030 p m every day Daylight Trail leaves Chicago 830 a m daily except Sunday Night Express 1015 p m daily ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA 1 CMcap and M Wem Railway The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth T A Chicago Address W B Kniskern G P GjBkmTo I JACOB SWIGERT CO Si i I 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basemen s tuff I Â¬ Â¬ m the Capital Hntel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo will water 1600 that no bloycl manufacturer In America la producing a High Qrada Dloycle equal to our 1898 American Special on which hat been placed price of C86 and la ottering to tho general publlo to all alike Further that our SOO REWARD wywviWVWi BICYCLES AT 2250 3000 3500 1750 Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money We employ no traveling men Issue no expensive circulars sell our entire output to tha riders lor cash only have no bad debts therefore can sell BHTYCLI2S 100 per ceat aheaper than any manufacturer in the United States We never deceive the public No one can succeed in so doing Our bicycles are sent subject to approval without any advaue whatever We oipeot to sell 15000 bicycler in 1893 and we only want to make tlOO eaeh We much prefer to sell 15000 at uprolltot tl 00 each than 1000 at f 15 each Any price above ours made by other concerns are made so by extravagant expenses and dont let any Â¬ one oonvlnoe you that you should pay for extravagances and bad debts of others Bur af tha maker and save your money SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE Â¬ AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio MMuamniM Â¬ aiyr Â¬ Administration Commission Novel Operation Gen Robert The triumphs of surgery In these has appointed P Kennedy of Bello latter days aro wonderful A new fontaino Ohio Curtis Guild of Masp illustration is that where a Chicago achusetts and Geo T Watklns of surgeon furnished a nose to u young Grand Rapids Mich to take charge man who had npver had one A of details of administration in tho chickens breast was tho material government of Porto Rico Cuba and used and Jt grew on and the man is now wearing his new nasal appen tho Philippines Up to this point tho Secretary und dage with as much satisfaction and Assistant Secretary of War have un comfort us any body else can yvithfl dertaken themselves to deal with natural nose the administration of insular affairs but the questions Involved have be me Kind You Haw Always Bort The government nt OAIBTOHIA Â¬ come so numerous and complicated thut It has been found absolutely nee essary to call for assistance This commission will deal with tho bestowal of franchises and con cessions the distributions of money to bo spent on public improvements and all of the troublesome issues that havo arisen and are likely to arise in Cuba Porto Rico und tho Philip pines Wonderful Operation tickets before March H They will not be good after tli at date li K MeClure 2l 0t For Rent 809 Bring in your premium Son Â¬ Â¬ I x Â¬ Kentucky Avenue Bollepolnt known as the Lewis prpperty It contains Ave rooms kitchen and And now comes the city of Boston servants room Good stable and with ono of tho most wonderful oper- Â¬ carriage house large garden nover ations in surgery of late years In falling cistern of pure water Apply J B Luwis May last a lady In that city was to22 ROUNDAHUUT OIllcO tf operated upon for cancer of the stomach Tho whole Btomach was taken out tho nesophugus and tho WAT CROMWELL duodenum were Joined together In Attomoy at Law tho gap caused by tho removal of the Frankfort Kentucky stomach Tho lady Is now wholly Also Estate Agent recovered eating and onjoylng her Courts HealKrankUn aud the Will practice In tha ot adjoining eounUei food und going about her usual and will also give special attention to the put chase and sale ot real estate collection of rents home duties olatros and tbenexotlatlonot loans That desirable brick lesldene No rj mWiraPjSrBBS fJT JOHNSON v c BIG BARGAIN SALE CORSETS AND WAISTS 100 125 and 150 corsets odd lots at 50 cts 225 Equipoise Waists for 100 Jennoss Miller Corset Waists 100 worth 200 HOGB a bargain PERCALS AND CALICO 3 cts for Indigo bluo calico 8 cts for Shirting calico 10 etc for best yard wide English Penang Yard wide good Percals at 7 cts MILLINERY All of our 360 500 and 000 English hats at 198 yd CLOAKS 500 for choice of the entire lino of 1000 1200 and 1500 Jackets 2L00 for choice of the entire line of childrens 400 500 and 000 cloaks DRESS GOODS UNDERWEAR All of our winter underwear at cost COTTONS AND SHEETINGS 5 cts jd for Masonvillo Cotton Scts yd for Lonsdnle Cotton 7 cts yd for Berkley Cotton 8cts yd for Lonsdalo Cambric 15 cts yd for 10 Popporol Shooting 20 cts yd for 10 Utica Shooting - DIMITY 300 yds White Check Dimity at 10 cts All wool dress goods at cost SXX XJBLZJST Old Probs STJFLEBE Â¬ T SOUTHERN RnlLWftY IN KENTUCKY 18 1808 Schedule lu ITect D-- I H Mti ST Important Circular fMl Auditor Stone litis sent out the following circular to the different county judges of the State It is very important in its application and should ke strictly observed My Dear Sib I take the liberty of calling your attention to the Statutes in regard to the approval of Â¬ Â¬ I P accounts for assessors The construc- Â¬ tion put upon section 4070 of the Kentucky Statutes by this office and approved by the Attorney General is that the assessor shull bo allowed his commission upon the amount of property assessed for taxation in your county as corrected by the Board of This does not Jounty Supervisors include the exemptions and the al- Â¬ lowance is made on the net amount upon which the taxes are to be col JectPd to the truth and value of the same and I do further sweur that I have in no instance assessed any property at a greater or lesssum than I deemed a fair wish value estimated at a fair voluntary sale I would be very clad to have your order of allowance embody the statement that this oath was made and filed before you at the time this order was made Yours very truly Sam H Stone Oa Time gave out the etntt mont thut thero would be snow and colder weather on Tuesday and al though it poured down raining most of Monday night the snow and colder came through on time and by noon of Tuesday thero were some two inches of snow on the ground and still snowing La Qrippc Successfully Treated EASTDOUNI BEST TRAINS Kansas City Colorado Lv Louisville Ar Shelbyvllle Ar Larencebg Ar Versailles Ar Lexington WESTBOUND No 1 740am 10 Lr Lexington Ar Versailles Ar Larcnrebg iriam 1045am No fl 7 30am 7 56am RCOam SOSam 8 5xm Auditor Elected US Senator t Section 4071 of the Kentucky Stat Â¬ utes prescribe thut before the county court shull grant such certificate of allowance the assessor and his deputies if any shall in open court file the following affidavit subscribed and sworn to by them before the Clerk of the County Clerk viz I do swear that I have not received from any person a list of taxable property and returned the same until the per- Â¬ son rendering the list had made oath Â¬ Hon Porter J McCumber was elected by the North Dakota Legis lature as U 8 Senator this week He is only 43 years of nge and was born in Chicago He is a Republi- Â¬ can in politics Â¬ HEADAOHHcuredln20mlnataabyPrMllMf Pat Pills One cent a dose Ataruggiat I Londons Under Ground Lake It has recently been discovered ond attack of la grippe this year says Mr James A Jones publisher of the Leader Mexiii Texas In the latter ease 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 first but for the use of this remedy as I hud to go to bed in about six hours after being struck with it while in the first case I was able to n frond to business about two days before get- For sale by J W tine uown Gayle House for Rent I have Just recovered from the ser Montana Pacific Coast 9 12am Ar Shelbyvllle IQtOam Ar LouUvllle Trains No l 2 5 and A carry Free Obaerva llon Chair Cars belwoon Louisville and Lex Â¬ ington EASTtlOlTNU WESTUOOHD No 5 330pm Sncpm 555pm 817pm 645pm No Z 4 25pm 4 53pm 515pm 805pm 735pm No 3 745pm 9 07pm 9 50pm 1009pm KX35pm No 515am 5 37am 565am 832am 7 56am Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA No 13 NO 11 330pm 740am 5 55pm 9 55am 645pm 10 43am 7 00pm 10 55am EA8TDOUND No 12 Lv Loulivll Ar 7 35pm Ar IarncbrgAr 510pm Ar HarodsbgAr 4 23pm Ar uurgin lv 4 15pm STATIONS No 14 1040am aiOam 710am 720am St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS speras MO MO No 15 330pm 5 02pm 617pm 640pm 710pm tNo67 10 11 7 40am 9 09am 10am 10am UOSpm rASTBOUND tNo lltNo 740am 22am 1102am II 58pm 1 05pm 10 WESTBOUND No 18 tNo68 STATIONS Lv Loulivll Ar 10 40am 7 35pm Ar Shrlbvll Ar 9 12am 805pm Ar Vcrsllcs Ar 7 50am 415pm Ar Midway Ar 7 30am 3 38pm 7 00am 300pm Ar ucorgtn WESTDOUND STATIONS tNo 6 tNo 2 lv 330pm 620pm 7 05pm 805pm Lv Loulsvll Ar Lv Versllea A Ar Nlchlvlll Ar ArKlchmnd Lv Ar Irvine Lv that there is a vast underground lake ST LOOM under the city of London The basin Containing five rooms besides f M RUOa TRAV PASSR AOENT ST LOUIS HOWARD ELLIOTT OIHL MOR cover 2500 square miles and the kitchen and bath room on Main WWWAKCLEYOENLPASSRAQTBTLOUIMO water can bo reached at a depth of street For information apply to Dr 100 feet I STATIONS m mk Mil jAgersY I Hair I vigor I What does it do It causes the oil glands In the skin to become more active making the hair soft and glossy precisely as nature intended It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness It makes a better circu- Â¬ lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out m 1 Ht mi G V Chinn 203 Main street 21 tf A WO The question of water supply for Additional Postmasters this vast city has thus been solved A numberof large artesian wells will Tho President appointed tho fol- Â¬ be sunk and in this way the supply lowing Postmasters for Kentucky on Will be reached ORLEANS Tuesday In connection with tbe Southern Pacific Mlddlesboro Laura V Hord Presidential Postmasters Through Weekly Mnrgnnfield Lizzie Vuupel The President uppointed the fol Â¬ GreenvilleJohn S Miller lowing Postmasters for Kentucky on Owenton James P Hutcheson Tourist Sleeping Gar Monday Leaving Cincinnati unci Louisville on I C II It fust New Orleans Limited train Hopklnsville Jas W Breathitt EVtRY THURSDAY Elkton Frank II Bristow For Los Angeles nnd San Frunclco without Eminence M M J Williams For the speedy and permanent cure of change The Limited also connects ut New dally with Kxprcst Train for the tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham Orleansand on Tuesday and Saturdays with IaclAc the berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is Coast Former Frankfort Colored Man Misswithout an equal It relieves the itch- 50KSET UNITED HNHEX ing ing ard smarting almost instantly and WMHTAVlXEAaPA its continued use effects a permanent or the Southern Pacific giving special through WATCI1KOPAD a Louisville K Washington Taylor bettor known as euro It also cures itch barbers itch service Ito San Frouclsco lurtlciiiuri ol Agtut Pallls ot the OHtt and connecting lines nipples itching piles msa Agent cinclnnntt O Pompey Taylor a colored man who scald head sore chronio sore eyes and SO HATCH Dlv Dlv chapped hands Pass Agent Memphis JNO A SCOTT formerly lived In this city but granulated lids who recontlv moved to Loutavillu A n HANBOS op a Chicago Dr Caifa Condition Powders for W A KKLLOND A op a Louis tile Willi his wip him been missing horses are the best tonio blood purifier since Saturday morning Ho had andvermifnge Price 25centa Soldby been sick and ids mind was thought Trv the Capital Stenm Laun toughing injures and Inflames TJfTJttlrTJtvTJttjftjfTJtTtir to bo Imimlrwl 11 la reared hv his dry for n clean shirt or collar 0n0 Mmuto c Cure 80re ln THE POPULAR wife that ho has wandered off and i0ensthi cold allays coughing and f 16 tf Telephone 17 died from exposure Ills wife is an heals quickly Tho best cough euro Tyler for children Hemphill and - Juu experienced faithful cook l rlTrli2 W McKee Hurdle m c ALIFQRNI via NEW A Skin Diseases Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lv Louisville Ar Lexington Ar Knoxvlllo Ar Asliovlllo 5Oaa Ar Savannah 9 00am Ar Jacksonville 5 55pm 845am Ar Chattanooga iu30nm 1150am Ar Atlanta 100am 2 25pm Ar Macon 855am 055pn Ar Jacksonville 810pm 855am Lv Chattanooga luixjpm 1130am Ar Ulrmtngham iSara 9 55pm Ar Meridian 8 30am asoaa Ar New Orleans Cincinnati Fiorlila llavotu Train No Limited carries Through Drawing Hoom Pull man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon nnd Jacksonville connects at Lexing ton or Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping cat for NewOrleans Freo Chalrcars between LouÂ¬ isville and Lexington Observation Chair can between Lexington and Home Cafe cars el gant coaches Train No 3 carrier Pullman Sleeping car be tween Louisville Chattanooga and Birming ham also Through Sleeping cars from Lexing ton to Jacksonville via Ashertlle nnd Savaa nuh also via Chottnnooga nud Atlanta Nt change Tree Chair curs Lexington to Chatt hrough bleeping curs Lexington U nooca New Orleans tDailv except Sundnv T A STfaW IKT P TA A WHKOON P Lexington Kji Loulsv lllo Ky J M CULPT M FSOANNCN3dVPOM Wnhington UO Washington D C 1 Â¬ 1040am 735pm 7 50am 4 45pm 8 Warn 355pm 805am 300pm 130pm No I No1 740am 745pra 1045am 1035pm 7 00pm 74ftm 5 10am 115pm Â¬ lribtttttiTJtttttftt 4 tjrjttTitTTit J 5 1 TWT4f 5 -- To Drain Reelfoot Lake A gentleman by tho name of C Jas TMfhrltTlTTJf ttttfrfTlt fjf rf tittitTif jttf tj 4Tfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiittjtttj 3 II Prevents m it cvesBiifcess Ayers Hair VJeor will surelv make hair crow on bald heads provided only there is any life remain- Â¬ ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap- Â¬ pears and the darker color of youth takes its place Would vou like a codv of our book on the Hair and Scalp It Is free you expected from the uio of tbo Vigor v4f A lift fliMtnai nuti I vw Harris has purchased the Reelfoot lako property and will soon erect n levee on the Mississippi river side and will then drain the lake thus acquiring 10000 acres of tho fines land In Kentucky and Tennessee It Is estimated that it will cost 160000 to build tho levee and tills Mr Harris Is willing to invest Tho land thus reclaimed will pro duce two bales of cotton or twonty barrels of corn to tho acre Tho finest hunting and fishing grounds in tho South will be de stroyed US rv THE QUEEN Route with its rail and forms the short and West India Double Dally Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vestibuled A Op---- CRESCENT Sr 7 steamer Connections line to Florida points Fast Service through to HAVANA ntttttfTtI I Â¬ FLORIDA AND Queen Crescent Â¬ P Railway makes nection on arrival at Miami PC TOMf East Coast service to Florida via tho Southern Railway and direct steamship con or at Tampa West Coast for LALI I TJPTTTif i titttttTiti tltT4tTJtt4t i i y JW KANK k A I RKKD 11 sa- - Senator From Texas O 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 i I vino Aaareu ua Ju Lowell aykk Hut A Culbertson wns olected U S Senator from Toxns on Tuestluy to succeed Roger Q Mills Mr Mills liiw hold oillco us Congress maiumcl Senutor for somo twenty six years Ex Qov ItJtTJtrjtTjttJtTlttitTltTjtT 4 tjttittitttttjtttitif tjttif ra I IIll DIV PAIIOR MITCHCll DIV W C RINCAnSON 10 AQCNT PAtanPAKan OENL RImiiwo AQCNT 4TM AND RACE CINCINNATI O CHATTANOOGA TCNNi ON AQCNT CINCINNATI O i Ti rlTtttTttTjtttttj tjtttjttttttTttttitttif Ldk lutiHC m1 Inltmul la U wta 8a4 cu to W O fr Kiw Illiimifrl MtnlW Itai ui a UiUj ui jut m-- g fri iTr i fifiit fclirfiftV ffil J rr aHm I ti rTC 7if m T2rrf lVKr rmBmK V tWH uuuu Innnnnnminnnrirtnminnuutruuinnnnnnnjuxrinnnriji W W 8 The Perfect KM iiinnnnrinminjuuuiruuuirutnnnnj innnnnnruinnnnxtnru innnnnwiruuvu Electric Clock -- luuinnnruur The Standard Electric Clock runs on continuously without oj attention and gives perfect 9 time The Standard Electric 5 -- CD a i CD mUkV WATCH Cl SllffH j clocks are unqualifiedly guar- b0bJ iH ill jgg anfeed 4BV73iHflBpH nome with the same precision as in a city office In a word it is the 5o 1 is acme of clock perfection as constant in its daily record as the sun 1 me ciock jwiii run m 1 1 1 mi li is so ic -- re 11 an c 1 1 tt j I gggj tHt F PtftT l 1 a coiintrv 1 arris w c CD jjp SI uniuif 1 5j KM I EL cL M A SELBERT SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR RELIGIOUS O B Reliable Jeweler R2VK3wsanx wrrgTwwmv n 13 ruuuii Mamjrrc WM tnJinjinnmuirinnnnmtnnnnnrtmnnnnnnro FRANKFOttT KENTUCKY nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnxuuuurnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnrLruu Â¬ Ascension Episcopal Church R L McCready rector Mr Robt Emmot Abraham assistant Rov a m and Divine service and sermon at 11 4 pm Sunday school at 945 a m in tno I Chapel Services Wednesday afternoon at 4 in the chapel AH seats free and everyone cordially welcome to all services Â¬ Baptist Church Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach atlj a m and 7 pm The Young Peoples Society will moot at 6 p m Leader Miss Ora Scottow China Topic Junior Younc Peoples Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in ine inupui Prayer meetins Wednesday night Class in Sacred Lltoraturo will meet immediately after the prayer-meesunday school In the Ghapol at 946 young a m Special classes for cordiallymen In Seats free and all are tI I at 7 oclook Â¬ vited I Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Has Christian Evening subject Baptism any Connection with Salva- Â¬ tion and if so what Young Peoples Society of Chris Man Endeavor meetB at 645 p m in the chapel Leader Western D Furr Gods Army Topic Prayer meeting Wednesday night in the Chapel at 715 oclock Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat The Regions Beyond Topic remedy It is Junior Endeavor meets Friday Smallthe best Price 25 for stubborn colds cents at druggists doses afternoon at 330 oclock Sunday school meets at 930 The public will be cordially wel Dr Goldstein Here comed to all these services and especially strangers in the city Dr It Goldstein tho well known ser church The usualRev eye specialist of Louisville is at the Catholic Capital Hotel for a few days giving vices to morrow conducted by pastor Father Thomas Major the High mass the people an opportunity to have Low mass at 730 a m their eyes properly fitted with glusses 10am Vespers at 730 pm Thorough examination of the eye Presbyterian church and adjustment of the glaasea to all First Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the nnomolies of sight made and pastor will preach at 11 a m and fitted to each individual Qualified 730 p m in his specialty by education and by Sunday school at 945 a m Christian Endeavor Society meots years of practical experience In tho at 046 p m in Sunday school room ono branch Prayer mooting Wednesday evenScientific application of gluses to ing at 730 all forms of mechanically defective Methodist Church Rev- - T F sight Indorsed by hundreds of per- Â¬ Taliaferro the pastor will preach at sons who have found relief and com 11 a m at the Y M O A owing to the repairs being made on the ploto restoration by the use of his scientifically adjusted glasses There church No evening service are countless numbers who suffer Sunday school meets at 930 a m untold misery that is attributed to A atYM O League convenes at 645 defective sight Such persons will Epworth p m in the ladles parlor do well to see Dr Goldstein at once Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Â¬ and have their eyes corrected ing at 730 p m The Pastors Aid Society will meot at 3 oclock each Wednesday after Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suf Â¬ noon at the residence of Mrs J M fered agony for thirty years and then Case on Broadway cured his piles by using Do Witts Official Board meetsTueedayovon- - Witch Iluzfl Solve It heals injuries Dfiie public cordially invited to at- and skin diseases like magic Tyler Hemphill and W McKee Hardie Christian Church Rev George usual hour 330 on Sunday afternoon and Rev T F Taliaferro will givo tho nddress All men cordially invited The Ladies Committee of the Y M O A are arranging to givo a beautiful dramatic cantata entitled Joph tha and His Daughter under tho direction of Mr ER Clark It will be presented at tho Opera Houso early in February The attendants at the Mens Rally last Sunday were privileged to listen to an address by Prof E E Wood on Tho two fold Nature of Man which was exceedingly instructive and interesting A vocal solo was sung by Mr E R Clark The Musicalo givon in tho Y M O A rooms on Tuesday evening was a pleasing success from a social and artistic standpoint r I though tho at Â¬ tendance was not as larce as had been anticipated owing doubtless to tho uniayoraDio contusion ot tno weatner and Itbo contlict with other social events which seemed unavoidable The programme was carried out substantially as announced in our last issuo Every number being rendered in such a manner as to reflect credit upon the performer and call forth hearty applause from the audience The sincere thanks of the Association are due Mr Louis Harris who kindly arranged the program and all others who participated in tho same A small sum was realized and will bo applied on the Association debt Â¬ Judgment for the State appealed Commonwealth from Franklin Circuit Court the Court of Appeals on Thursday rendered a Judgment pfflrmlng the decision of the lower court whereby the State was awarded 49000 for chairs furnished the company Tho firm which is composed of Messrs Norman Blackley and Hub bard tendered old State warrants In payment for chairs which the Com- Â¬ missioners of tho Sinking Fund re Â¬ fused to receive Tho company refused to pay cash tho contract was then cancelled by tho ctate Tho company brought suit for damages the State replying and setting up as a counter claim tho amount due for chairs furnished The lower court guve judgment for the State the case was appealed and Is now affirmed with damages mak Â¬ ing the total sum recovered 53000 Co In tho ease of tho Frankfort Chair v ONE WEEK LONGER f Owing to the extremely had weather thnt prevailed during the groater part of the past week we will continue our grent Midwlntor Linen Clenrnncu Sale for ono week longer or to VI i SATURDAY JANUARY 28 INCLU Â¬ During next week we will also offer some rare bargains in Jnokets Cnpes rtlid Collarette Woolen Drenn Goods Hoxlery and Undorwear Our 4 and 80 Outing Hpeoliila are worth doubla the money but wo must make room for our Spring Good Dont forget thutwemakon special cut on Black Dress Goods on TUESDAYS HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 31 1 Broadway Cure for LaGrippe DrBulls COUCH SYRUP Take a pill containing four grains of ussulffiditu every three hours Tills Is guaranteed as a sure cure by tho Doctor In charge of the Crab Orchard Keeley Cure In Cuba Marble Frankfort Granite 200 and 2C2 IMIaln Street Lynch Co 1 Â¬ Â¬ By a letter received in this city R we learn that Capt Noel Gaines Third Ky Infantry is now in Cuba and has been appointed Inspector General on the Staff of Gen Ludlow Ho is in charge of the distribution of P supplies 6 1 Km Sculptor D President F Triplet W Lewis a it Secretary 1 Â¬ Grim Grips lanaier Headstones and Granite count dispose of them la or leaving your order lor for spring delivery to bo Estimates furnished on Â¬ We have on hand n largo supply of Monument Markers that we are offering at it very reduced prioe and the next 90 days You will cave money by buying now spring delivery We are taking orders for monuments Deals Death and Destruction to Many made of Barre Qufnoey Westerly and Seotih Granite application TX7 Boston New York Philadelphia Wash 21 ira Ington Lonisville Terrorized by the All the Cen- Â¬ Awful Scourge ters of Population Af fected Deadly Marah ID LB WIS Ivdrgr Ji show results equal to Dr Miles Re- Â¬ storative Nervine It quickly over- Â¬ comes tho excessive exhaustion in vigorates the appetite and assists nature to throw off tho deadly mi crobes from the system In times of epidemic like tho present it snouui bo taken as a proventutive of dis Â¬ Tho depressing effects of the pres ent epidemic of Grip are apparent everv where Teachers clerks bus iness men mechanics laborers street car drivers scnooi cnuuren ponce officers and oven the doctors all fur- Â¬ nish victims by tho hundteds No remedy yet discovered can Â¬ GROCEBIBS AID JJO- - LI R LOWEST PRICES Â¬ tend preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Mauser Rifle Sunday sohool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Mr John 0 Mostin has a Mauser Endeavor meots at 045 p m Prayer mooting Wednesday ovon Itifle which was captured at the ingat730 battle of Santiago It Is a five phot To all these moounga mo puuuu m magazine gun anil has tremendous cordially invited power The other day ho tried it Rov J S Wilson will proaoli his and tho hall went through a seasoned last sormon as pastor at North Ben oak post 12 x 12 Inches and burled son Church to morrow at 11 oclock itself in a solid brick wall behind It a m A full attendance earnestly Ho also tried it In tho woods and It desired went through tree 12 inches thick y m a a notes without any trouble Where would i Rally will bo held at ilio little old man ho boforosuch a gun The Mens Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church Rov Wm Crowe Jr the pastor will Dr Miles Grip shatters the nerves Restorative Nervine builds them up again Grin had left men physical wreck I weak helpless and miserable could not eat could not sleep could not train anv strength and had nervous prostration of tho worst Our homo physician could kind not help mo and I commenced using Dr Miles jservine 1110 nrsi mgnrs sleep that 1 had hud In four months came as the result of two first doses When I had taken two bottles I felt better tiinn I had before In years and continued to Improve until i was en tirely cured Em WoomvAitD ease ROYRL MILLS OASH QUOTATION Best Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour nor hundred Family Flour por hundrod DAISY Low Grade Flour por hundred FANCY Corn Meal por bushel m wm tts A ROYAL QUEEN 250 240 230 220 70 jJO 11 All druggists are authorized to sell guarantee Nervine on Ir Miles hottlo benefitsa or money Custom that first refunded Ho sure midget Dr Miles Booklet on heart and Nervine nerves sent free Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Plymouth Ills Corn Shipstuir per per bushel k grinding Whoat and Corn a Specialty 100 lbs 7 L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky mV1 i rmmTwrrmMlwwfvwnswrvnmsmm WWBB A Coal Cook Stove for 5 My lino of Ranges Cook nnd IJoating Stoves is tho lnrgcst and clionpest in tho city Tin Iron and Slato Koofiing Guttering and Repair work of all kinds solicited Work done promptly and satisfaction guaranteed When in need of anything in China or Glassware a good lamp or any article usually kept in a first class China Store call and seo my stock I ah HBnHHV No trouble to show goods Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call rM Tl JO Haukutt At her IKE home in this DEATHS It mm I I IP city on Tuesday afternoon tit 4 oclock Mrs Mary J Barrett widow of the lute Mr Do Witt C Barrett of H r m m if ifVfV I I li 11 i 1 5 W fi4i r m h m 1 I l Ji M It rlw i y i jaw WS ill paralysis Mrs Barrett was horn in October 1823 and would have been 70 years of age next October Her maiden name was Overton being it daughter of Mr George Overton of Mead county She was the granddaughter of Col Clougli Overton who was Hale At her home on the West killed at the famous and bloody Side on Sunduy morning Mrs battle of the Blue Licks She was a Newton Hale aged ubout 70 year The circumstances attending the cousin of Mrs Grant Green Miss Over- Â¬ death of Mrs Hule were pitifully Hlzia Overton and Mr A W sad OnThursday evening she her ton of this city Â¬ She was n highly educated and husband and nephew ate their suptogether between Ave and six Â¬ per accomplished lady Modest and re tiring in her disposition only those oclock Mr Hale then left for his who knew her best appreciated her post as nlglitwatchman at the Con at her true worth Her lineage was gleton sawmills across the river iis nepngw camo ofits very highest in tho land Of from his home lato years her health had been poor over to town Between 6 and 7 and had rapidly declinod since the oclock Mrs Halo went out into her death of her devoted husband one yard to bring in some clothing from year ago and the recent death of her the lines She gathered the clothing In her arms and started to return alster Mrs Miller come singly to tho house Just as she reached tho Afflictions did not nnd the nartlal oss of her eyesight enu oi me nousts sno ion u is sup took away a great source of comfort posed with a stroke of paralysis She lav where she fell until the next as she was a great reader early life she was happily mar morning when her husband came In to Mr D 0 Barrett and as a r suit home and found her badly frozen Tho pitiful part of it all was that of that union three children survive Guy Barrett Mr Taul her nephew came homo and passed her Mr into his room and wont to bed not Barrett and Miss Florence Barrett In was stricken kndwlng of his aunts troubles On Sunday night she of the left side and addition a large number of persons with paralysis tflUver regained consciousness slowly who had attended services at the of the blessed Monday sinking until death came to her reÂ¬ chapei that night passed within Tho funeral took place on twenty feet of her and did not see morning at 11 oclock from the First above given lief at the time being con- Â¬ She was a devoted wife mother her Her son who lives near and Baptist Church services is a motonnan on the street car ducted by Rev M B Adams her Â¬ and friend Her home was her king who tenderly dom and she ruled there a queen by line c ime by her home Just before pastor after which she was away in our cemetery her tender and loving fire for ner day break the next morning and laid went to his work not knowing of his family Horrible agony is caused by Piles were conducted mothers condition The funeral services Burns and Sk n Diseases These are by Rev It L McUready on Thun She lingered until the time above Immediately relieved and quickly day morning at 11 oclock alter given and passed away without re cured bv De Witts Witch HazelÂ¬ Salve Beware of worthless imitawhich the remains wero placed in gaining consciousness Hemphill and W tions Tyler family lot in our cemetery the She was a good woman and had McKeo liardle Ckowley At the homo or his been a member of North Benson Burial of Mexicos Dead Statesman daughter Mrs Mary McCarty in Baptist Church for mnny years Tho funeral took placo from the Covington on Tuesday Mr Michael residence on Monday afternoon ser- Â¬ Senor Matias Romero Ambassa- Â¬ Crowley aged about 73 years Mr Crowley lived In this city for vices being conducted by Rev M B dor irom Mexico who died in Wash some 60 year and was an honest Adams and tho remains wero taken ington City some two weeks since country for was taken home to Mexico for burial and upright man The remains wero to her old home in tho Tho body arrived there on Tuesday In the Catholic cemetery at burial burled of last week and was given a mag Covington Herndon At his homo near nificent funeral Tho highest honor Mattern At tho homo of her Luwrenceburg of consumption on was paid to him by the government parents on Logan street South Side Friday Mr Thus Dudloy Herndon foreign representatives and citizens of Mr J W Steph Â¬ on Saturday night Nannie Louise a brother-in-laHe was an able learned discreet and Mattern daughter of Mr II G Mat ens and Mr Richard Cru teller and a upright statesman cousin of Judge V C Herndon of tern aged 4 years dear little girl had been suf- this city This again epidemic La Tho remains wero interred in our Every Grippe Is should be taken to fering for several weeks with measles precaution avoid it Its specific cure is Ono Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agricultural Journal and Advertiser Eldon Mo says No one will bo disappointed in using One The woman who has a heavy Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe task before her dishes to Pleasant to tnke quick to act Tyler Hemphill and W McKeo Â¬ w Â¬ and Just as it was thought she was relieved double pneumonia set up and she was called home The funeral took place on Monday morning at 10 oclock from the res idence services being conducted by Itev George Darsle after which the remains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery The bereft parents aud family have the sincere sympathy of many friends IT aT Â¬ cemetery on Sunday afternoon Cox At the home of her brotherin law Mr E J Roberts in this city on Saturday morning Miss Alice Cox daughter of Mr John W Cox of tho West Side aged 88 years Miss Cox was a quiet unassuming but genuine earnest and gentle Christian woman Her life had ita full share of sorrows and trials and she bore them with that humility that characterizes the true Christian During the ministry of Rev Dr Jas M Lewis with the First Baptist Church of this city she united with that church upon a profession of her faith and baptism and thoroughly and conscientiously discharged her duty to the end of lifes Journey Her mother d ed when she was just blooming into young woman hood She at once took charge of her younger sisters and brothers and was a wise and loving counsellor and saw them all grow to manhood and womanhood For some time she had made her homo with her sister Mrs Roberts and was a willing helper in all the duties and labors of the home dearly loved by her nephews and nieces Some weeks since she was taken with a severe case of la grippewhich left her prostrated and all that the best medical skill could do could not produce a reaction She commenced to sink on Thursday night and went quietly to sleep as above stated Her life work Is done and well done She has entered into the rest - YOUR PREMIUM TICKETS MUST BE IN BY MARCH FIRST wyifw yyi The Best Shoes I Always prove in the long run to be THE CHEAPEST SHOES We sell nothing- but the best shoes and you pay no more for them than you do for the cheaper kind elsewhere The ladies shoes we have on outbargain counter for 150 and the misses shoes we are closing out for 12 5 will outwear two pair of the kind ordinarily sold for those prices and will look nice until worn out Come quick while you can get your choice - Â¬ RUBBERS We have rubbers which we guarantee not to split and to give good wear They cost only very little more than the ordinary unreliable kind You can not get them elsewhere 212 ST CLAIR ST McCLURFS Â¬ FRANKFORT KY Pleurisy and pneumonia are frequently developed in a very short space of time from a common cold and if each an ncnto inflammation of tho lungs is nob promptly allayed tho worst may happen With tho aid of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup however you need not have any fear for this great remedy speedily subdues the inflammation eases tho pain in breathing ana always effects a core in a wonderfully short time Pleurisy DrBulTs Cough Syrup Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia PORISALB BY- - R ROGERS 8eptlMjr SONS 1 Doses are small and pleasant to take Doctor recommend it Price as cents At all druggist wash or a floor to scrub has a friend in this Hardio Sad Story Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Â¬ Dr Cadys CondHfon Powders are Just what a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Thoy are not food but medicine and rhn hnHf n m horse in prime condition Price 23 cents per package great cleaner s W m t imm Harmless yet efficient costs so little the mite is never missed Largest paokage Greatest economy N K FAIRBANK COMPANY Chicago BtLooU New York Beaton FblladelpbU Wtihlng Pawdir THE mm Tho pleasure yacht Paul Jones belonging to Mr Lawrenco Jones of Louisville about which so much anxiety has existed on account of tho fact that a pleasure party was aboard en route to Florida has been heard from at last It appears that tho naptha tank blow up and all on board wero lost Thssad ovent carries sorrow to many prominent families in St Louis Indianapolis and Louisville For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co It artificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or The underslmipil gans It is tho latest discovered digest County Court duly hm hntn tv iiu amioliited and qualified m Administrator wlili the will annexed ot W ant and tonic No other preparation II e Uamteiier demised All persom Indebted to can approach it In efficiency It In him are requested to make prompt payment stantfy relieves and permanently cures me and utt thoso ImvlnR claim aunlnst to Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn estiiow prove them uins requited by said law Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea and list them with nie for ninment viu 1 SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand all other results of Imperfect dl gestlon Chicago E A Prepartd by C DtWUt Co eo Adorlnlslrutor with tin will annexed ofEw Wegener 31 U Imus lH K rj 8 I DISSOLUTION ttf S - SALE mwtimm HHZ 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 tmvi ra c APRIL THE FIRST I Until thatNdate we will sell merchandise at such prices as will compel you to buy Clothing Shoes Furnishing Hats c for less money than such mer Â¬ chandise was ever sold for The sale commences this day promptly at 8 a m Mens fine clothing brought down to the level of cheap were sold for 500 For 475 One lot mens brown cassimere all sizesthnt wore stuff For 300 One lot mens grey cassimere suits nil sizes that 125 Choice of any childs 200 suit in the house 200 Choico of any 300 childs suit in the house 375 Choico of any 450 and 500 suit or overcoat in the house flannel drawers tho 50c and 60c kind 75c Choico ono lot canvass loggins tho 125 and 150 350 takes the finest Knox or Stetson in tho house 500 tho world ovor Cash only - kind 10c Ono lot childrens waist tho 25c kind 35c One largo lot heavy cot- Â¬ PANTS PANTS PANTS II E For 500 One large lot suits broken sizos greys browns and blacks that were good sellers at 700 750 and 800 For 750 Very largo lot mens suits that were 1000 and 1200 For 1000 One large lot mens suits that were 1500 and 1600 For 1200 One largo lot blue and black cheviots and fancy cassimere that sold for 1800 and 2000 Cash only OVERCOATS For 600 One big lot over- coats and ulsters that wore Choice of our 1250 qualities fine overcoats and ulsters For 1200 Choice of our 1500 und 1800 qualities 1500 for the finest overcoat or 650 450 Choico of any 650 and 70d suit or overcoat in the house Cash only MENS SPRING WEIGHT ton working shirts great 500 that OVERCOATS One big lot fine goods woro 1000 Cash only MENS FURNISH INGS 35c One large lot mens bal 60c 356 One goods the 50c kind 50c Ono lot XX Columbia White Shirtslarge sizes only the 100 and 125 kind 25c Ono largo lot boys under- Â¬ shirts and drawers ages 8 to 14 tho 40c and 50c kind Cash only One largo lot mens cassimere the kind that sell for 150 and 200 will close for 100 85c Choico of tho finest jeans pants in the house that sell 100 at Choico ol any pants int the house that were 300 300 One big lot pants black fancy cassimere that werei - 200 125 and 150 M brigan undershirts and draw- largo lot regular ers that woro sold for 50c and made fleeced undershirts 18c Boys and misses black cat stockings sold the world over at 25c 6c Mens heavy strong hose 7c JEWELRY 25c Choice of any 50c cuff button in the house 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 For 850 and 900 850 Mens ulster that woro 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 Ono lot boys blue and black cheviots age 14 to 19 long pants that sold for 600 300 One lot boys suits grey cassimere age 14 to 19 long pants that sold for 500 Ono big lot suits blue 700 F C black cheviots1 joublo und single breasted that sold for 1000 and 1200 Cash only BOYS OVERCOATS AND jJ hose sold everywhere for 10c 18c Choico of any 25c suspen Â¬ der in tho house 35c Choico of any 50c suspen Â¬ der in tho house 85c Choico of all our Camel hair undershirts and drawers tho 125 and 150 kind 75c Choico of all our fancy shirts the 100 and 125 kind Ono lot STAR SHIRTS 50c WHITE XX tho 125 and 150 kind broken sizes 85c Choico of all Monarch black andv tan NECKWEAR 40c Choico of any scarf or 4- in hand in tho house 2 for Choice of ono largo lot tecks and that were 25c and 35c 6c for one dozen white ties 2c for white band bows tho 5c 75c 15c 2 for 25c and 600 grade 35c 300 pairs childrens knee pants that were groat sellers ut 50c and 60c Remember this sale is for cask only liemombof no gbodsi n- on approval Cash only 400 Choice of the finest 385 pants in the house tho 500 i -- Wl V yj MENS LADIES AND MISS- ES SHOES - Vj Xtr A 150 Choico of a lot of kind lc for white shield bows tho kind Cash only 5c LAP RUGS 350 350 Choico of any plush rug in tho house tho 500 and and Manhattan White Shirts tho 100 and 125 kind t40c Choice of any fancy Ber lin Shirt the 60c and 65c kind 18c Choico of any cuff in tho Â¬ Choico of any fur rug in tho house tho 600 kind 200 Choico of any plush rug 600 kind tho 300 kind Cash only TRUNKS 250 Choico of any trunk in tho house up-to-da- ladies very fine kid Oxfordsh that were 400 350 300 and 250 75c One large lot misses shoos sizes 11 to 2 that sold for 250 200 and 150 No goods churged or on ap- Â¬ proval hand sowed patent leath Â¬ er enamel and calfskin that were 300 400 500 and 600 150 Choice of a largo lot ladies very fine kid shoes that wore 350 400 and 500 125 Choico of a largo lot fine mens Mf r4 4f M - f H ULSTERS 350 Choice of all 500 grades 450 Choice of all 650 and 750 grades 7 50 Choice of all 1000 and 1200 grades Cash only CHILDRENS SUITS house 4c One largo lot handker Â¬ chiefs 10c Choico of any collar in the house 100 Choice ono lot all wool heavy swoators tho 150 kind 30c One lot heavy not and cassimere ovorshirts the 75c kind mostly smallsizes 38c Ono lot heavy canton 350 HATS HATS Alpine 75c Ono lot felt hats tho 125 and many of them the 150 kind 125 Choico of any stiff or soft Alpine hat in tho houso tho 200 kind 200 Choico of any 300 hat in tho house te now shades 15c ono largo lot ladies rub Â¬ bers that woro 25c and 30c 100 Ono lot mens brogans that were 125 and 135 100 One lot ladies shoes I 385 Every puir mens 5 00 hand sewed shoes in our house go at All the new toos and fino Q00 y r n 385 m that woro 250 Cash only 125 200 and 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 D C CRTJTCHER CO