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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2 J I St- - The p Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY GEO A LEWIS Publisher VOL TERMS 100 In Advanoo NO 23 XXII FRANKFORT KY jjivo them five or ten cents thoy clamor for more After and as soon as wo left the door the Iteugars big little old and younjr were holding and poking their hands at uh mostly women and children of all aw A great many with leprosy sores on them from the crown of their heads to the soles of their feet It is not only here this is seen but all over the city In front of the large hotels tlieyaro more numerous than else where It is a regular robbing game from the time you enter the city until you leve from the heryar to the mer- They have elmiU and hotel keeper no1 regular or established price lor anything The hotels make it u Â¬ FEBRUARY 4 189 Letter From Florida and Cuba TamiA Fla Jan 20 1890 in - not having written one for so long It is w itli some hesitancy I undertake to do so I left Frankfort the evening of Jin uary 5th for a trip through the South prinepallv Florida I arrived at Jacksonville Fia the night or the Gth at 11 oclock by way of tlfe Cincinnati Sou1 hern Railway the train being 2 hours behind time Ispont three days in Jacksonville looking alter the interest of Miles Son in which Stnto they have had a 1 Editor Jioumhxbout It litis l en several years since I wrote a letter or publication and We came back to town by way of the woit coast We stopped at General Brookes hcadouarters I did not see him I was introduced to and shook hands with Jen Chaffee wjio you will remember had mi active hand in the habits on the Island being 0 ic of our lighting Gencials Tho coast Is a continuation of forts I must stop I have done all this writing at one sitting after supper 1 have not looked over it to correct mistakes Wont you please do it I am tired so good night Joun E Milks Mr S A Fnckler Editor of the Mlcanopy Flu Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly UIU OJU VHIIIIJC i Wfls VJUU HLII1UIU UOUlM Simply a Smile Chronic Dyspepsia Cured never gut xivury unr wuiiuui uii helned them It anted nuirklv I went from Jacksonville to Fer- - exception who hliowed their receipted Thousands of others use this remedy nandina at which place I spent one hotel bills had a number of items as a specific for La Grippe and its Tyler after effects From there erased which they never got The exhausting and W MeKee Hurdle day talking busine- Hemphill St Augustine hotels ure grand structures but the my first stop was where I spent two dajs next Day- - dirtiest filthiest holes I was ever in tona two days next I took train lor Every lime I moved In bed there Bean the j The Kind You Haue Always Bought diet 1 suflerod agonizing paiu after citluh J R Newton Miama tho terminus of the East would cornea scent from under the I was treated by many physicians and tried Gen Pass Agent Coast Railway about 300 miles be- Â¬ cover that was almost unbearable numerous remedies without permanent help low Jacksonville at which point I The thought would run through my Two years ago I began taking Dr lilies Nervo and Liver Pills and Kervlnb Within took steamer for Key West 1G5 mind that a number of persons had a week I commenced improving and per Â¬ staid there three or four died In the same bed with yellow miles I sisting in tho treatment I was scon alio to days talked flour and established an fever or small pox eat what I liked with no evil eiTecta I keep thorn at hand and a slnelo dose d Is Dels agency for its sale From there I 1 could not write one half I saw twryvyvrvryrrs Hwvywrsrr7Tr7rsv7 any oia symptoms steamer for Havana Cuba in and Experienced In the three days I took Dr Miles Remedies KEA47 This ticket entitles you to a 5 per cent rebate on every the Aransas one of the Morgan line spent there I will tell you and my are sold by all drug- - B mTw gists under a positive vessels running from New Orleans friends privately when I get home cash purchase of 100 or more guarantee first bottle Nervinoli The place is greatly improved via Key West benefits or money re Â¬ Bostcros Hnvnna being only 00 miles we since Gen Brooke has been In funded Book on dis EAGLE WHITE LEAD EXCEPTED Health rfSaa eases of the heart and lay outside harboruntllafterS oclock control serves free Address being ul- - The city as a city is one of tho in the morning no vessel DR MILES MEDICAL CO EiUhar iu Ono ticket only redeemed with each purchase lowed to go into the harbor until grandest built I have seen in all my after this time In going up the bar- - travels It is beautifully located and bor I got n chair and sat on the bow well laid out with parks and walks of the vessel so I could see on each and drives I have photographs of a side and in every direction But great many of the buildings inclu- Â¬ gZgjsi dible passed my notice The first ing tho old cathedral which is over passed was Moro Castle one one hundred and fifty years old I thing Shovels Paint Brushes of the most noted fortifications in the think it is equal to old St Giles in Horse Collars Haines Picks Saws Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire world Alter passing Moro other Edinburg Scotland which I thought forts were passed almost innumer- - was tho grandest I ever saw I was W able which would take too long to in and through the whole building write about My intention Is to only I must confess I bad n feeling some give a sketch of what I saw Tho how of reverence Walked in with1 last I will name in the harbor is the iny hat in my band Through our Thss handsome table Mahog wreck of the Maine a photograph of guide I had quite a talk with an old any inlaid top and shelf which I have with mo and will be priest to show my friends w hen I I will not be able to tell all buti pleased MASONIO giveonly u sketch of anything Every get home - bouse is built as a fort with court By tho way I went to the eemetery inKey West and stood over the entries windows with iron burs SZXI graves of twenty five of tho Maine No windows to residences opened boys who were killed In the explo- Tho Governors palace is grand I sion Just here I will also state I tried to get in but failed Tho Capstood over tho burial place In the tain on guard told us we would havo cemetery of Havana of two hundred to get permission from Gen Brooke and sixty five whose lives were lost The Captain Generals residence and In this dlsasterthey being burled in ground and gardens are superb be yond anything I over saw All the two heaps You will remember five years ago palaces and mansions havo been next Juno I left Franklort and made robbed TheSpanlards before they a trip through nine countries of left took everything of any value Europe I speak of this to show you What little was left has been plun- Tbe and the readeisof this I am prepared dered by visitors to compare what I saw here with j In all of my travels up and down 8 what I saw in those nine countries the world I have never seen any Besides these nino countries I have thing that will compare with the been In Mexico and Canada In all cemetery For beauty of location for B I havo never seen such squalid architectural work oxpcnslveness I 334 MAIN STREET wretchedness poverty in its most All In almost a solid mass vaults and onlb and monuments of tho most form abject C FRANKFORT The vessel was anchored out somo costly But to cap tho climax tho distance from tho dock and was Inet worst of all has yet to bo told Tho BO YEARS by Cubans with little sail boats paupers who die are put in a vault EXPERIENCE -3 whichwould carry from six to en per- - their bodies covered with lime until tho flesh Is eaten off the bones Tho sons with their baggage Tho steamer let down a stair or bones are then taken out nnd put in wafkway outsidfj the vessel for pas- - a heap Again when tho rich or sengers to walk down to tho little any who do not keep up their tax or Trade Marks sail boats Only ono boat could get rent on their lots for five years their Designs passengers in at a time Thoro was bodies are taken up and go through COPVRIQHTS AC IMMMMMMMMMM fondlng a sketch and description may Aiwa perfect confusion each ono of tho the so me operation and their bones qului iln our opinion freo whether tut Invention it IroiiHbljr putontablo Communica Cubans trying to get his sharo of pas- - aro thrown out in the bone pile of tions strlctlr cotiddeiitlal Handbook on Iatents sent ireo uiuosc Hffeuor ior aecurinirraieuiB mere is an immense pile l sengers l couiu not understand uwnien vo receive rftienis luaen inrounn aiunn tpeciat notice without chamo In the word thoy said We that Is the would not go to see this could not Scientific party I was with made a contract at stand it was afraid of catching somo A handiomelr Illustrated weeklr Largest cir25 cont3 each to put us on tho dock disease I saw photographs of this culation of anr cleiilllln Journal Terms ti a your four months tU Hold brail newsdealers I will have to make my description vast pile of skeletons MUNN Co381BM- d- New York They say it is n fact that peoplo go of things short On the dock is tho II ranch Otllco V tit Washlntflon D C custom house through which wo ail thoro and tumble the bones around had to pass baggage nil being opened looking for skeletons who havo gold For RentStore Room by Cubans who could not speak n in their teeth and takoout tho teeth word of English As wo left tho from tio Jaw bones The large storo room in Masonic custom house door It was full of I huw two men ono had the thlgi Temple ono of the best In tho city Cubans to collect something for put- Â¬ bones of a skeleton tho other had is offered for rent Apply to dipt Head of Clinton Street Telephone 100 ting the baggage In tho custom tho lower Jaw I cannot tell in one B 0 5111am or Hen T Farmer 4 tf house No difference how much you years writing of all I mw and heard BQSZ53EZ2SZS2S Trip in llie t Il v flf ll 4llu nireuuuuiuuiniiiHuiniuiiiijuiii1iMUuiiiuiiiiijojuuwiHiiiiiiiKojuu winier hi joou rpm1v iri i OASTORIA Englishman What will you 3AfiaGr take will take a drop of Frenchman I iMMFSmrEnh ze contradiction Contradition What on earth do you mean Veil you put in cz whisky to make it strong ze water to make it weak ze lemon to make it sour and ze sugar to make It sweet Den you say Heres to you and you take It Sparc Moments yourself smallest things may evert the Tho greatest Influence Do Witts Little Early Risers are unequalled for over- Â¬ liver and coming constipation troubles Small pill best pill safe Hemphill and W nill Tyler McKeo Hardlo February 6th to 13th the Frank FTEB suffering for nearly thirty years Cincinnati railway will sell fort from dyspepsia Mrs H E Dugdale and return tickets to New Orleans wlfoof aprcmlnoiH buslrjcw niin of 28 and Febru Warsaw NY writes ForM ym I wag limited to February ary llth ana lzin to uirmingniiin a constant svflerer from dyrroplv and s nnd return limited to February 17 weak stomach Tho lightest food prortncel at ono fare for the round trip Ac- Â¬ distress causing se ero pUn and the fi tmu tlonotgas No matter licw careful of ray count of Mardi Gras a CUT THIS rsg OUT AND BRING TO US vyj Â¬ I J STAGG BACON nPpf i i STAGG BACOjN Â¬ I TEMPLE ANN STREET Â¬ sCoal Wooldridge Jellico R Rogers 2 50 THE 71 Â¬ Coal Sons H G MATTERS Doesnt need to sifted Mined in large COAL lumps sold in large lumps Theres noth ing left but ashes after you burn it Its COAL the coal for economical people Sold only by A DUDLEY BLANTON D hnf UUlUJdpGl nm null ni Ijjjnjra American COS Â¬ Â¬ fjrtt K bM i ml PERSONAL Terrible benth ixMyMxiMXcxuyiyviy wmm 3 V ami Miss Joslo Hughoa Is vlslttnc Our community was sadly sliockcd frionds at Ashland on Thursday when tho news cuino Miss Luolllo Tobln is visiting that John Drown tho only son of frionds in Loxlntfton Mr Knox Drown of Oratz Owen Mr Honry Holmlllcr of Versailles county hnri been nccklcntly killed was in tho city Thursdny by u railroad engine nt Dunville Dr John L Lonir went to Cincin It seeim that young Drown with nati tills wook on buslnoss several companions was coasting Miss Nora Mlllor of this ofllco near tho railroad and Drown whs spont Sunday in Lexington Btiuuling on tho track The other Mrs M D Avorlll Jr and son boys shouted to him and he saw tho havo returned from larrodsburg engine coming but became rattled Mr L L Cox of Willis Texas is nud didnt jump soon enough He Visiting relatives at his old homo in Mr W O Uhapmati made a busi was struck by tho engine while the air nnd instantly killed ness trip to Louisville on Monday Young Drown was about 18 years o Mrs Joo Kouenburgh of of nge and was tho only living son is visiting her mother in this ills brother Yoder having died sudcity Mrs J B Lowls visited her mother denly at Center Uollego u year or so Mm J 0 Thornton in Vorsalllos this ngo week He was a bright und promising MrsTLula B Longmoor and Mr young man and was the idol of ills W V Longmoor havo roturnod from parents nnd family Our sincerest Oynthlana sympathy goes out to our sorely Hon Sam J Shackelford has reterriblo turned from a visit to hiB old homo nllllctcd friends in their bereavement in Owensboro Tho remains were brought here on Mrs Jas PTarvin of Covington O who has been visiting in this city Thursday evening over tho C has returned home and tho funeral took place yesterday Miss Elizaboth Mao Miles of at 11 oclock after which the body Eminence was the guest of tho was placed in tho family lot in our Misses Scottow thiB woek cemetery Mrs J 0 Morton and Miss Salllo thiB morning for a Jackson leave John W Voxels Big Black Alliance visit to frionds in Louisville Mrs S 0 SayreB has joined lior John W Vogels Afro American husband in St Louis Mo and they Mastodon Minstrels combined with will make that city their home Llast seasons big hit Darkest Amer Miss Mamlo Roche of Paris who ica will be seen at tne capital upera Thursday night Feb las been the guest ot her aunt Mrs House monsteralliance forms 9th beyond This M A Collins has returnod homo expen- Â¬ Mr J BLewis of this ofllco spent a doubt the largest nnd most Sunday in Lexington the guest of sive colored amusement enterprisa in existence 3ii8 brother-in-laMr M T Lyle Home life of the negro us it was in Misses Nellie and Bessie State n and slavery and is in freedom is depicted of Shelby also the many novelty creations of Master James Staten county visited relatives here Satur- minstrelsy ludicrous farce comedy day scenes nnd fifty minutes of comic Messrs Sam Sanders and Richard opera The costumes nro nil new Chiles were guests of Mrs H H tne specialty features have never Owsley in Woodford county this before leen seen here and the scenery is both mammoth and elaborate week Henderson Smiths Band is a part Bev W Manlius Nevlns of George town College spent Friday and Sat of tills largo institution and all should concerts at hear the grand urday of last week with Miss Kate and at 715 p free tho threater noon In in at Thompson spite of the magnitude of this attrac- Â¬ Miss Georgia Goodwin of Jessa tion the prices will be but 25 85 and mine county who has been tho guest 50 cents or Miss Alary Keitn Allies nns re turned homo Wanted Mr Will Hazollp and wife of Leltchflold who havo been visiting Large second hand safe Apply nt Hon Geo W Long and wife returned this ottlce Home on Saturday A Hospital Reminiscence Mrs Jas FMook and daughter Miss Adaline who nave boon visiting rela elves here have returned to their There was a case of sickness canio home in Si Lonis Mo under my care says Dr Doherty Mr J Buford Heudrick and wife that had Demorests Magazine attended the reception given by in very bright ending It was that Judge John W Barr and daughter a of Corporal Finn of the Ninth in Louisville last week Massachusetts He had been re Missos Jane Cecil of Danville and Jane Peak of Georgetown have re- ported dead and buried in Santiago turned to their homes after a pleasant but as a matter of fact lie was alive visit to Miss Mary Gray nt Montuuk and doing well in- tho Miss Katlieryn Kellner of Louis ville who has been the guest of Miss hands of one of my associates I was in my tent one afternoon Jilzzio Weitzel since hor brothers murriage has returned home when n young man came forward Rev John H Burdiu of Mt politely and asked me if I could give Eden was in tho city Monday and the details of his brothers death tho called upon us We rejoice to know name he said was Corporal Finn that phis good mans work is pros Why said I Corporal Finn is pering not dead at all Mr I HMorrison has resigned his I beg your pardonhe answered position with Mr W P Hudson Jr and will remove to Knoxville Tenn but Corporal Finn certainly is dead with his family to reside having ac cepted a line position there Wo I simply wish to get the facts about rogret to lose Mr Morrison arid his him for our family family from our city I dont seo howiio can bo dead saidi wlien I saw him drinking a Terrible Blizzard bottle of ginger age not half an hour ago One of tho worst blizzards of tho That could not havo been my season commenced raging in the far brother madam for ray brother died west on Saturday and reached this at Santiago The newspapers printed region on Sunday morning resulting it In a heavy fall of snow on Tuesday Como with me and you can making a depth of some five inches Judge for yourself I said and led The thermometer went down to him to my ward seven below zero on Wednesday And wo had hardly passed into morning tho tent when n voice called out Hello Jack und there was the In the Combine corporal sitting up ugainst his pillow as pleaded as could be to seo his In tho big whisky combine which brother And the brother promptly has jut been accomplished com Â¬ fainted away Wo had a lively time posed of some fifty seven of tho larg- - with him for nn hour or so but it Q3t distilleries in tho State only the was all right finally and in u couple two distilleries of tho Geo T Stagg of days they started home together Co nnd that of Messrs John Coch Brave Men Fall ran Co of tliis county nro in tho combine Victims to stomach liver and Leg Broken kidney troubles as well as women and all feel tho results in loss of poisons in the blood back Wo regret to learn that MNs Sallio appetite iiche nervousness headache and Chinn one of the young lady teachers tired listless run down feeling Dut at tho Institute for Feeble minded theres no need to feel like that children was so unfortuuato as to Listen to J W Gardner Idavllle Ditterstue I lid He says fall whilo on tho Ice on Tuesday Just tho thing lor Electric when lie Is a man afternoon and break botli bones of all run down and dont euro whether ho lives or dies It did moro to give her left leg Tho break was a very bud ono and mo now strength and good appetite 1 could take I can than Miss Chinn suffered greatly for two now anything eat anything And have a new now lease on JIfe drys but is somewhat better Only 50 cents at and her physicians think that sho J W Gaylos Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed will not be permanently disabled J Louis--vlllÂ¬ Â¬ Thoughtful fzSv Oft Will M KmniRr Want the r r mjrm m tics WWlriri Best ZJS3HS3S3L DEALING HERE THEY GET IT fiW Pips Dimities aw m oi hmde and Lace Wm MM anfl Ml Hoslins Ha Linons m 1 Ml 1 w 1 1 Mfil 5T l SSr CALL AMD SEE OUR GOODS 010 i n i DOLLARS BECOME ELASTIC HERE C Ketgin the best I s NO 41 ST CLAIR STREET NEAR BRIDGE Miles J E M Flour patent flour on earth LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Â¬ Â¬ - contains all the nutritive elements of the wheat berry The course woody xi tlber alone oemg enminaieu properly cooked it makes a more palatable bread than white flour Highly recommended by medical authorities for persons having indoor employment and of sedentary habits Miles Graham Floub the very finest quality of Graham flour over put on this market Not n mixture of bran and low grade flour but the whole product of the best wheat thoronghly cleaned and ground by nn improved process Miles Germolina a perfect breakfast food Made of wheat Containing all the valuable elements of the wheat berry necessary for sus Â¬ taining life and building up tho tis sues of the body Superior to oatmeal Miles DitEAKPAST Flakes made of the very best Kentucky wheat carefully selected and thoroughly cleaned All tho woody outer coat Â¬ ing of the bran being scoured off and then crushed by an improved pro cess It is easily prepared for breakfast as this crushing process makes it soft and tender and easy to cook Very much superior to oat meal or cracked wheat Miles Farina the most delicate Well wheat Irom preparation adapted for use in the sick room or for young children as well as making delicious food for well people Â¬ Â¬ Milks Whole Wheat Flour wzznwtmrA FURNI8JIED BY GLOVER Ic DUBRKTT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ Â¬ rrknen Â¬ choice Kentucky Wheat which has the finest flavor known Superior to Northern Spring Wheat or White Wheat All manufactured by MILES SON Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky 11 tf An Advocate of the Wheel Points Out Its rrlwtu iirc nil mnrln fif Benefits Women perhaps more than men are benefitted by wheeling Deforo tho bicycle was perfected horseback riding was tho only outdoor exercise of the kind suited to feminine needs sound riding nnd good gentle horses were hard to And expensive to buy und still moro expensive to ujku caro in bo wiui icw wuiucm ivcii one Good bicycles although costly seem to he within tne means oi almost vovery person at all events hundreds and thousands of women and girls who could never havo owned a horse go daily over our streets and roads on bicycles that nro quite equal in prico to nny but tho finest Kentucky steeds Tho good effect of this change from sedentary indoor life to the freo exhilarating exercise In tho open air is already quite noticeable oven to tho casual Prejudico has rapidly observer given away before tho fascinating progress of what at first seemed but tho fad of an hour and wo have already become accustomed to seeing sunbrowned faces onco sallow nnd languid whisk past us ut every turn of the street The maguotism of vivid health lias overcome conserva tive harries that wore impregnable to overy other force And this is let us hope but tho beginning of u revolution humane and Houndly rational which will bring nn era of vigorous physical Ufa to womon Mauri co Thompson in Cliautauquan Â¬ Sales on our market for the week The Leading Specialists of America Just closed amount to 4772 hhds with receipts for tbn same period ot 4392 20 YEARS IN OHIO hhds Sales on our market since Jan 250000 Cured uary 1st amount to 16290 hhds Sales of tho crop of 189S on our market to this date amount to 23239 bhds WECURESTRICTURE New Buriey The Bales on our IIijumihW yoimic nul muMlo aged market this week have been very men nro t roublud with this dh caso ninny uiicuiisciouslj Ihcy may baio a smutt heavy and the common and modltrm ing bin atlon small ttlrting stream grrfdes of tobacco are selling about harp outline paii sat time flight dl as they did last week except that chutgo illllituliy la comw nclnB weak organ cmlfxion nnlnll tio rjmitutrn oolory trashos are some stronger of ncrvoui debilltj they lian blltlC The good to lino grades of burloy iUHK Dont let lectori experiment on leaf have shown a decided improveou by c lUlrff ttrotohlng or tenritg you j li Is ml not care yon ni It ril rement The following sales of new turn Our NUtf MliillOU TUtiAT buriey have been made during tbe MtiST absorb tho rtrtcturo tiwue woek Two hdds at 1725 ono at honco remove tho etrlcturo permanently 1625 one at 16 one at 15 and It cun uovor return No pin nu t offer- Â¬ ing no Intention from butlnerK by our numerous hhds have sold between lhotexuulorginiaroftrength method 12 and 15 and crop averages have ened Tho nerve nro Invigorated ami bits of manhood roturns the been obtained as high as 1000 irom the ground up The very common graded without color continue low Thousands of young and luMdlougid without prospect of early improvemen nro hat lug their fcuml lgnr and ment The general tone of the vitality continually rapped by this dis market ttbis week has been moro ease They aro frequently uucourclous lenernl of tbo cau o of theso rymptoms satisfactory than at any time since Weakness llunntural Dlschargos Full the opening of tho season the numing Manhood Norvouroess loor Jloin nry Irritability at tlmH Smarting Senber of new hhds selling above 10 sation riunken Eyes with dark circles being very much larger than in any Weak Hark General Depression Lack other week r hrunken Varicocele of Amhltlon Old Buriey We have a stronger 1arK etc ULEIU and BTIUUTUHU may bo tho cauo Dont conult family market for all grades of old burloy in doc toil1 n they hne no cxpcrlouco In sound condition the improvement thnn riinelnl llnearci dont nlloir being especially applicable to toOuacks to ctperlincnt on you Consult Specialists who Iik o mailo u lifos tudy of bacco of high color both common isoios officii and Women OurNUW and good grades MKllIOD T111UTU11NT will poid tivcly euro you Ono thousand dullurt The following quotations falrl accept lor irrnimcm utvi represent our market for buriey to- to lor n enso we Tormi modorato f or n cu i c e miot euro bacco 1898 croo Trash dark or damaged CURES GUARANTEED 4 00a f5 50 tobacco Wo troit nnd euro AMISSIONS Common Oolory trash 5 60 7 00 VAUTCMOKLV UiKKT 8YPHTMB TIMITTT1M TtlBOTUVIlV Cirnnini Medium to good oolorx HRATN8 UNAlnAIi DlSOHAllU- 7 0010 00 crash USK nNKYnnrtllliAlililjH Diseases 9 00 Common lugs not color j 7 00 HOOKS rONSULTATION IKEE 8 00 10 50 rUFE If unablo to call write for Common Oolory lugs BLANK HOME foi QIIESTTON Medium to good oolory TREATMENT 10 00 13 00 lugs Common to medium leaflO 003 14 00 16 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf 10 002 18 00 Good to fine leaf 122 W FOURTH STREET 18 00a 26 00 Selector wrappery Â¬ 1 DEKK 1 1 vsll Â¬ m I V Â¬ I I Â¬ 4 WECURE GLEET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s 4 tf Â¬ Â¬ i y 1 8 M K I n xres Kennedys Kergan aB Somewhat of a Liar tils Own Self CINCINNATI O Wli9 fcrfffl 4 B fcTB tB fcVT Tho horrible news comes from Kansas that a young man climbed n corn stalk recently to seo how the ears were getting along and now the corn is growing up faster than lie can climb down Three men havo un dertaken to cut down tho stalk but owing to ranid growth it is feared that thoy will not succeed in tlmo to prevent his starvation Ho is sub sisting on raw corn nnd bus already thrown down four bushels of cobs and it is now thought that his supply is ulmostexhausted When tho men begun tho attempt of cutting down tho stalk they were nbio to converse with tho young man by means of a speaking trumpet mid could see him plainly with a pair of flold glasses Now however although ho is climbing downwurd to the best of his ability lie has disappeared from view in tho skies nnd tho only evidence that ho is still on the stalk is the occasional fulling of a cob from above which usually penetrates tho earth about eight feet Â¬ Â¬ iGBestiorfMoney ISTHE r ORSETS JOHNSON Nov 20 Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suf Â¬ fered agony for thirty years and thou cured his piles by using Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heuis Injuries and skin diseases like magic Tyler Hemphill und W McKeo Hardie HOGE STREET Al 811 MAIN tf L City Schools The following Is tho ntntlstlr nl re port of tho condition of tho city schools for tho inontli of January the sumo being tlio closing inontli of the first Icrm Â¬ WHITE SCHOOL Enrollment High School Crudes 104 873 0 Totnl 85 contago of attendance Per 51 Number non residents Per contane of uttendnnco for enoh month Septembtr October Novoniber December 82 85 87 82 85 COLORED SCHOOL January 600 Total enrollment 73 Percentage of attendnnce 4 non residents Number Totnl enrollment both schools 1477 The bud weather of the past two months imiy nccount for the dimin Â¬ ished attendance or that time the absence occurring principally among the younger ehildicn Forks ol Elkborn Miss Bettle J nw of Lexington was the uuest ol Inr sister Mrs Barry South last week Miss Letitia Lucas spent hist week with Mrs Hallie Combs at Frankfort MIpnnle Iledd of Frankfort wfisth eldest ol Miss Mayiiie GaU lahueJpnft of last week MissLilllth Sploer was on iheslck IJst last iweek Several cases of mumps in our vil Â¬ lage but in u ytry liht form Mr Howard Steadtmui was called to Union county last Friday by the dettthof his brother Mr Joe Stead jpiirilTV MrvEiirllJuidin lias returned to Wslioine at Mt Eden much to the Regret of one of our fairest Mr A W Macklinand wifoitro vh iting their daughter Mrs Koop in Louisville i Mrs Mtlvin Helm was called to Paris last week by the death of her father Mrs Efllo Kuykendnll of Union county is visiting Mr Howard Steadman and family A crowd from hero attended a party at Forsce Tuesday nlirht v FIne sleighing weather tho middle Only Me of this week Â¬ deputy sheriff and he gave tho whole caboodle of us an invitation to court The recent rains and moltlngsnows have done more damage to the roads In this section than a years tiavol Mr William Stoop Is hauling logs to the sawmill at Frankfort to be made into lumber Concerning the alliance with Eng- Â¬ land that some people seom crazy about we couldnt get it when It would have been Forvleable to us and now we can easily do without it Redji3 Is well known is the English national color uniforms stamp being a brilliant mail wagon red and even the rope line and twine from the candlowick to the largest ships hawser havo each got a red stran running through them See Joshua 2s 18 21 In case the alliance should come to pass it might be well to show the British what we have done to meet them Wo have changed the color of the stamp in general use from green to red wo have named u very fine red rose American Beauty and last but not least wo have whitewashed our State Arsonal and State olllces a beautiful brilliant red Mr John Woods and family will shortly move to Hoges Station One of the best poems Illustrating the good feeling prevailing In all sections of our country appears in the Christmas number of the Youths Companion written by Edmund Vance Cooke Tho Third Ohio doff your caps who love heroic men The Fifty fourth Virginia you may give Balute again Captured in battle and on their way to prison tho Third Ohio had sunk down hungry and tired on the bare ground to sleep when TheFifty fourthVlrglnlahad broken up its ranks And iilly sauntered over to inspect the captured Yanks They were very much disappointed for except the color of uniform They all are Just like we all so ic Â¬ Miff f PAP fit h V fflwRl WWIJ mm x t Saying Yanks this ni it no banquet with a grave sense of responsibility to the parents of children in families but its sholy all we got The changing fortune of warflooded wlere consumption or otherso called a union camp witn captive reus As nereuitary diseases aro common soon as he saw them a Yank ran Today a child born of a family through the camp where rheumatism Is a common dis- Yelling Boys oh boys if youve ease and suffering from recurrlnc t Km it Human ltiiiiu in yu Youve got a chance to show it now soro throat St Vitus dance cry- heres theFlfty foiirth Virginia hernia or inflammation of the heart They filled those Johnnies to tho must oe treated tor the rheumatic diathesis for these aro the symptoms brim they held a Jubilee And lacked for nought that could be of that which is latent bought or begged in Tennessee Dr Keller next spoko of acquired Get the poem and read it susceptibility to disease which is tlio result of disobedience to the laws Wo publish an advertisement of Dyspepsia Cuke in our col- of hygiene Those who by the neg- Â¬ KoDon umns this issue and wislt to say to lect of water sunlight pure air and Pea Ridge our patrons that we holleve this prep exercise have allowed tho pores of aration is worthy of a trial by any tlio skin to become inactive tlio DELAYED IiKTTEK person suffering from this agonizing Three weddings in tlio near future complaint Wo honestly believe this blood poor the muscles lax or who for you all the have dissipated nervo energy in fric- Â¬ The party at Mr William Luce preparation will do for it manufacturers claim tion or over excitement are tho first ilbkls was a very enjoyable atliiir Kodol Dyspepsia Cuke is pre and easy victims of disease Elections are next In order Bring pared by the well known and reliIn conclusion passing beyond mere on your candidates Co able linn of E C DeWitt Chicago For Governor Watt Hardin has the ence In aand from our long experi- Â¬ in iterlal conditions the doctor spoko business sense with tills of the mission of pain to warn incite call in tfiissecton firm as advertisers wo feel safe In ami restrain and the greater mission Occasionally people get a warning saying that they would not place on Quoting from Prof to mind their own business and let the market a preparation for tho cure of pleasure You seo wo of Dyspepsia unless they had a rem Hutchinson lie declared joy is tho other people alone was all in th bam strlppin tobacco edy of the highest merit and consci- sunshine of the soul and liko all All seven of us and I seen tho feller entiously believed it would euro this other sunshine a most powerful ride up to the gate ho knowiit mat well known and almost universal antiseptic a staunch friend or life there uas no one at home I yelled complaint Wo further add that if this prepa- and deadly enemy of fungi miasm thar ah t no ono thar come over hr ie You see I thought it was a ration iseqind tothe other well known and decay Yet how few even totmeco buyer he come and remedies which they make viz he warnt a tobacco buyer lie was DeWltts Little Early Risers De among children of the most dovoted Witts Witch Hazel Salve and One parents are as happy as they might Minute Cough Cure It will speedily be made win its way into public favor After the lecturo In conversation Wo cheerfully and heartily give with the women Dr Keller dis- nHT nntvnnnl miflfirafimmit tn tlilu imii corn and the reliability of tho goods fussed recent experiments in elec they manufacture which hnvo been tricity especially the fact that while largely tho means of their success 1700 volts ot electricity aro fatal and in writing tills voluntary en- i 11 Did you ever see one u uuw dorsementon our part we feel that Did you ever hear of one jxia unil wo aro simply performing a duty uinuii tviui iiiiiJumiv Most certainly not Con- Â¬ opinion was that tho vibrations at which wo owo to our patrons sumption Is a disease that that or an approximate voltage was invariably causes loss of TPnrtlio oundnbcutl synchronism with tho cell vibration flesh Dr Keljer s Address and therefore caused a disturbance to If you are light in weight the system He also read a letter even if your cough is only Tho third address to the Economic ust received from NTcsler in which a slight one you should Department of tho Womans Club tho great electrician wrote certainly take was delivered by Dr II S Keller I havo in my experiments found Tuesday 16th that tho more rapid tho vibration of Tho doctor first defined health a tho currents tho greater an amount of cod Itver oil with hypo the harmonious relation of all tho of electrical energy can bo passed phosphites No remedy organs of tho body dependent upon through tho body of a person without is such a perfect prevent- Â¬ the harmonious relation of tho In injuring the same and my conclusion ive to consumption Just dividual cell and disease as tho lias been that tho tlssut s with tlio the moment your throat offecta produced by any agent or force cells act as a condenser begins to weaken and you physical or montal that deranges And you are losing flesh A 0 II Grand Manque Ball said harmonious action hq referred you should begin to take it to tho generally though not uni And no other remedy vorsally accepted creed that tho The A 0 Fi will givo a grand has cured so many cases germ theory best accounts for dis- masquerade hop at their hall in of consumption Unless ease particularly infectious and con- Â¬ you are far advanced with tho Klebor building on the South tagious Germs or bacteria areslnco this disease Scotts Emul- Â¬ they absorb nourishment through Side on Wednesday evening next sion will hold every In- Â¬ ducement to you for a tlio exterior surfaces of cell walls Splendid inusio will be furnished perfect cure vegetable organisms which mor- nnd an enjoyable evening will bo All Drutrirliti toe anil it phologically may bo grouped into SCOTT Howne LChemists N Y spent by thoso in attendance threo genora Bacilli rod shaped Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ZurXlPm0KW AnnSi1SSSOT thhld Cocci spherical Splrillaesplral Though almost Infinitesimal tho fer- Â¬ tility of the soil till fermentation and putrlfactlon is duo to their activity Through their agency inorganic mat ter is transformed Into organic and roganln resolves Itself into elements Tho pathological or discaso pro- Â¬ ducing norms are those which when introduced under favoring conditions into the system reproduce them selves and in their growth generate ptomaines or toxins posins akin to the vegetable alkaloids If the con ditions are not favorable the disease germ is harmless In 182 during an epidemic of cholera In Hamburg a New York paper sent to that city a correspon dent who nursed the cholera patients slept in tlio room with them and drank water contain Â¬ ing the cholera spirilll without con trading tho disease Ills immunity Is to be accounted for by perfect health and total absence of fear Fear Is a predisposing cause of cholera yellow fever and similar diseases Any one doubting this last statement of the doctors lias only to con shier the physical effects of fear tho disturbance of the normal functions of every organ unnatural depression or excitation of nervo centers Yet more important still fear partially or totally paralyzes tho will power which is the greatest safeguard to physical mental or moral sanity It is not those who tremble nor who fold their hands and whine who re Â¬ sist either disease or temptation DlathesisTr Keller defined usan inherited tendency to disease He did not believe that consumption o other so called hereditary diseases were directly transmitted from par- Â¬ ent to child but only a suitable soil or predisposition io tho disease And si this predisposition can be com oatteu anu otten overcome the Â¬ Benson Valley 1770 Rubber and Rubber Tree Snow very plentiful In this sec- Â¬ tion Bro Wilson preached ills farewell sermon at North Benson Church last Sunday We hope much good has been attained by his simple and In- Â¬ structive sermons Bro Thai p has been called to fill tho vacant place of Urn Wilson who accepts tho call and will change our meeting to the first Sunday at tho usual hour 11 a m occupy tho liouso Mr Ponce moved from and moved to Frankfort to reside this year Mr Tom Webster will Wo dare say Mr Jesse Conway Mr James Ponce has left Benson feels as though he Is a young wid- Â¬ ower as his wifo is spending tho past week with her parents on Pea ltidge I - -e- ouraRcment j I I i Mrs Mildred Sudduth spent Tues day with herslster-ln-laMrs Dora Sudduth on Benson Mr Jim Moore formerly of Ben- Â¬ son is at present boarding near Bridgeport There must bo some- Â¬ thing very attractive for Jims eye or he would nover leave home but law mo strauge things will happen Miss Sarah Sudduth entertained in honor of her two cousins Misses Sldona and Desdcmona Sudduth Saturday night January 15th A large number of young society people attended She was greatly assisted by tho bright and charming Miss Lula Moore Many thanks to you Sidney for the kind invitation we received to your Will ever re Â¬ dance last Thursday member our old friend Miss Dcsdamona Sudduth spent Saturday night and Sunday with her friend 5liss Nannie ioore Mr Bill Quire called on his best girl Sunday last Mr Leslie Young who has been very low with typhoid fever we are glad to report better Last Siturday It was my pleasure to visit the city among the hills and the mnny I never dreamed ofgreeted my now vis improvements that ion as 1 passeu over 1110 sireeis x was told that the new and handsome Mayor Is responsible for tho improvements If he continues at tills good work it will not be long until Frank fort will bo an itleal city All honor and three cheers for the Honorable William Sampsdn Dehoney Mayor of tho city of Frankfort Miss Mattio Conway is the unfortunate sufferer from a bone felon on the left hand We trust it will soon bo better We aro requested to say to tho Louisvlilo Piko correspondent who is so very kind as to bo always be making inquiries about the Lily of the Valley thntsheis deeply grateful for her sympathy and will ever bear her in kindly remembrance Should lor the District Court otoftlio tTnlted States for the District Kentucky wo ever meet I will gladly receive In lliiikrnptcy utmost IN THE MATTER OF LLEWELLYN CHURCH tliose handshakes witii the respect AlUNKHUPT On this fst A n It was my good pleasure while in cuiuiiiKTiiiKMH lny of February niuresinilfDO oniwuiioii 01 mo the city to meet my old friend and runt for illscliire tleJ 011 the i tli day ofnaiiK- JanHonest uary A neighbor Judge Moore lKij It onlernl by the court that a Old Dan He has a rough and henrlnx be Ahail upon tho same on the iHh day ofu iry Ii is9 at Loulsplain exterior hut within is a mam vmh uinaiu lusincwu beforf said court lorenoou iuouiocKni tne moth heart with malice toward or as near thereto hr practicable and that not o thereof be tlmtl theltoundaboiit none but charity for all May hon a neHaperiuhllihod onemA printed that all est old Dan continue to presido over known ciedltors and Inother district and Interest persons lu ma appear at said time and place and show the destinies of Franklin county cause any prayer Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An English artist discovered In that the new gum was ndmlr ably adnpted for rubbing out pencil marks Ho wrote n paper on tho nuujeci iiiki miurmiti 11m ruuiuni- porarles that a cubic Inch of this sub Â¬ stance costing only 3s would last for years It was used for no other purpose In England than effacing lend pencil marks for about half century after tills discovery henco tho name rubber After tho in- Â¬ troduction of the raw material and the Hclentlfic dtscrlption of tho plant by Frenchmen it was first manufac- Â¬ tured Into waterproof clothing In France towards tho end of tho 18th century Later on the firm of Macintosh of Manchester manu- Â¬ factured into waterproofs on a largo scale hence the namo mackintosh for waterproof coats Tho raw material was formerly exported in shapo of shoes and bottles The knowledge of the properties of tho Juice of rubber trees goes back several centuries among tlio natives of Central and South America ac- Â¬ cording to the Spanish explorers it Is oven asserted that shoes were made of tho dried Juice Tho first Intro- Â¬ duction among us of shoes which were of light color and very rigid in cold weather is within tho memory of old persons now living It was not until 1843 that Goodyear discov- Â¬ ered the process of vulcanizing the material that is of mixing sulphur with it under hot rollers whereby it becomes permanently elastic and dark In color Tho best rubber is known as Para rubber from South America and i the product of the hevea tree which is not conspicuous and rej sembles many other forest trees People havo traveled for thousands of miles through tho rubber region nnd havo lived for years in the center of tho Industry without notic- Â¬ ing It Tho new comer Invariably expects to see tho familiar clossy dark creen leaves of the flcus a rubber producing species of the tig genus common as a lruso plantand is disappointed with tho insignificant appearance of the hevea In ap pearance it is more liko the English ash than anything else It grows to a height of upwaids of 60 feet Tlio leaves aro trifoliate The blos Â¬ soming season Is in August There are many varieties of elastic gums produced inall tropical parts of the world which are chemically allied but obtained from many varieties of several orders of plants and used for different purposes In commerce The gums are commonly divided into two classes namely india rubber and gutta percha Tho principal commercial difference i that India rubber is elastic whereas gu ta percha becomes hard and inelastic when kept in a cool tem- Â¬ For this reason tho latter perature is used for the insulation of sub cables marine Popular Science Ifeics 11 Â¬ Â¬ t I Â¬ I io I Â¬ Lily op the Valley petitioner Dangers of the Grip said court and the seal thcrfor nt Fnnklort day of February said district on the MA 23 ir uT said they have why tho HbouM lint be criintetl Witness the honorable John W R irr Judge ot Â¬ Â¬ 11 A Fleshy I Consumptive 1 1 1 The greatest danger from LaGrippo is of its resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among tho tens of thousands who hnvo this remedy for la grippe wo have yet to learn of a sin Â¬ gle case having resulted in pneumo- Â¬ nia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventative of that dangerous disease It will cure la grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safo to tako For sae by J W Gaylo Good Sales of Tobacco lt W D n 011A PMAN Clerk Miles whole wheat flour is no only health giving but is morti 3 lf palatable than white flour Missing Mr days Thomas Bums tho carrlauo maker bus been missing for several Programme of Sacred Concert Catholic Church Thursday Eveniug February 9th 1899 PltOaUAMME Qloria Ponlntowsld Dudley Book 2 Fear not ye oh Isrnlal Mr J M NanDerveor 1 O Cor Amoris Lnmblllotte Mrs T M Newman nnd Mrs 0 E Collins nnd Chorus 4 Vlollo 60I0 Thome Mr Louis Harris 5 O Balntnris Quartette Rosatni Misri Gibbons Messn Brlolan Graham nnd Zooller C Ave Marl Violin obtlgato Giwallaria Rostloana Mrs 1 II Newrann 7 Agnus Del Iouiatowskl Choir 8 Come Unto Me Dartlott Mr W M Frnnkllu 9 Solo Selected 1 wa Tho following clipping which wo tako from tho Courier Journal shows that Franklin county tobacco sells well This was shown in a salo of Frank- Â¬ lin county tobacco at tlio Pickett Warehouse whoro the record price of Sl25 was received for ono lions head audit number of other sales wero mode as high as 14 Tlio 1725 hogshead belonged to tho crop of Walker Quire whose live hogsheads 1723 1150 1250 sold as follows 190 060 The average for leaf lugs and trash was thus 1155 which is the best yet reported At the same salo Tracy Cook got 1460 for one hogshead and William Woodward II II Bryant and W M Moore each received 14 for the best hogs heads in their crops AH this to bacco was from Franklin county and was of excellent quality Â¬ Scotts Emuslion Miss Shelloy 10 Credo Organist Â¬ Â¬ Donizett Choir Prof Wayland Qrnham Â¬ wwwyvwvwywwyw Tlio rain of Thursday night wnshod away the grontor portion On tills account L it N will sell of tho snow nnd ico which hud round trio tlckots to Now Orleans not melted during tho past cay Mobile and Birmingham Feb G to 18 at ono fare Final limit Feb 28 or two Mardl Gras as lit TtiB Wr Frankfort yrylfflWTlF IIuwiwu member of tho Pretby Look Sharp Dont Want Tficm Martha Washington Tea teriitn Cliurcliimd had been for many years Owing to the prevalence of small Small pox has broken out in Mays The ladles or tho Kings Daughters Ho leaves Ids wife 82 years old villi Niiholasvllle Louisville and pox In thoclty of LouNvllle Warden will glvo n Martini Washington and elsrht children ilvo sons and other points and all tho other towns E T Entered nt th rwlnnice Ht KrnnkfortKentiicky Lilian of the local prison has Tea February 22 Washingtons us cconl clao8 mnllnlilu in titer three daughter- - to mourn his death anil cities of the State arc taking notified Sheriff Bell of Jefferson birthday In the vacant room of W IIo wus u genial mid companion steps to prevent its Introduction Into county not to bring the prisoners A Gaines Co on Main street com GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub able gcntlumnn and was fond of tho their borders some twenty in number who wero mencing nt G oclock until 11 oclock society of the young with whom ho It would bo very well for our city convicted and sentenced at tho Jan p in Admission fee often cents was over a favorite rewarding their ISJO FEBRUARY FIUNKFOIIT authorities to lake stops looking to uary term of the JefTerson Circuit will ho charged which will cover affection with many anecdotes of the tbo protection of our city from this Court to the prison Wo hope that every refreshments olden time loathsome scour e To Our Subscribers ono who can will attend and help placo on Tuesday Ilh funeral took Chamberlains Cough Remedy in Chicago this good cause last in Louisville and the remains Something to be Thankful For Wo are sending out notices to nil were interred at Cave Hill Cemetery Hlsgen Bros tho popular South Bring in your premium our subscribers who nro in arrears Mr W II Lyons the statesmanC dniLglst corner IMh and before Mnicli 1 from Campbell county who started Side worth av say Wesell st great tickets We nro not milking nny distinction Bean tha Kinl aw WwalfS NllM Went a -his mouth to going and went off and deal of Chamberlain Cough Rem They will not be good after hope tlint nil those receiving Wo left it has been appointed to a clerk- Â¬ edy and tlnd that it gives tho most that date such notices will respond nt once us ship In the War Department That satisfactory results especially among R K McOluro Son wo nerd the money Appointments 21 Ct is something for which Kentucky is children for sovero colds and croup For sale by J W Uayle The little amounts from each make truly grateful to tho Secretary Bradley has appointed Lieut Gov For Rent tho large amount to us To Insure n happy new year keep To Live In Washington City Col JL B Belknap Colonel of tho tho liver clear and tho body vigorous Tlint desirable brick residence No First Kentucky Infantry to succeed by using Di Witts Little Early Badly Buncoed Rev George O Barnes the noted 309 Kentucky Avenue Bcllepoint Gen John B Castleman The Gov Â¬ ltisers the famous little pills for con It Evangelist has gone to Washington known as the Lewis property ernor also appointed Major D W stipation and liver trouble Tyler kitchen and contains We have endeavored to make the Hemphill and W McKeo Hurdle City to reside Ho says The Lord servants five rooms Gray to be Lieut Colonel and Capt room Good stable and Roundabout the peoples paper It S Carr to bo Major of that regi Â¬ Commissioner of Internal Revenue called mo to preach the gospel in carriage house largo garden never Washington City have always been willing to ive ment These appointments wero A friend has failing cistern of puro water Apply to J B Lewis space to any ono to express their promotions in regular line Col George W Wilson of Ohio supplied the money and a small 22 tf Roundaiuiut Office vacant church has been secured In who has leen Deputy Commissioner views upon almost every subject and Colored Barber Dead of Internnl Revenue for some 12 or which to hold services have been more than happy to have Grip shatters the nerves 14 years has been selected by tho Dr Miles Henry Thornton tho colored Restorative Nervine builds them up again the ladles God bless them to con- Â¬ President to succeed Commissioner In Charge tribute to our columns but when barber who had his alio in the Scott when ho goes into the Senate basement of tho Capital Hotel went on March 4th next ono person comes in with an article to Louisvlllo last week to have an Tho Martin Co who have leased WM CROMWELL This is tho place that State Auditor the labor of the convicts in tho local leaving the impression of authorship operation performed for Ustula The Attorney at Lmv went to Washington to and tho next thing we bear of it operation was performed but his S H StoneHe reached there too late prison for the manufacture of chairs see after took charge of tho convicts on Wed Frankfort Kintticky another party who for spiteful re- system was so reduced that ho could nesday This lets out a number of Also Real Estate Agent Wilt practice In tb rally from tho shock and be died marks and general censorship lias not Tha Kin You Hae WwafS NlM officers now holding positions under Courts ot Franklin and tbo hdlolnlng counties Bears the on Sunday in that city and will also give special attention to the pu gained the reputation of a common tho State Prison Commission chase And sale of real estate collection of rents claims and thenegotlatlon of loans Resigned scold is claiming to have vrlttenit and Is saying all manner of mean Report From the Kentucky Historical Col B A Enloe of Nashville things about the paper its editor Tenn Society who has been editing the every one connected with tho Louisville Dispatch the free silver and establishment because tho unlor organ of Louisville has resigned BY MltS JENNIC C MOUTON BECtti TA11Y AND TUEASUKKH tunate compositor was unable to He says that the paper is about to to the octopus ol tho Newspapers Farmers Home Jour- Â¬ make good English out of manu- fall a victim corporations chief among which is nal Frankfort Roundab jut Westscript which ho was compelled to the L N railroad Since when ern Argus Kentucky Now Era Emstand on bis head o reid and which has this awiul thing happened inence Constitutionalist The Colummade the proof reader cross eyed bian Boston Mass The Kentucky Promenade Concert when ho tackled it then wo begin to Journal think wo have been presented with a On Monday evening next Febru- Â¬ Letters Librarian of Concord N large sized gold brick and our tender ary Oth a promenade concert will bo H Librarian Amesbury Mass H Welter Paris France H Welter feelings have been assassinated in the given in the ball room of the Capital Leipzig J M Potter Salem Mass Hotel Tho entertainment will bo house of supposed friends under the management of ladies Dr J D Bryan Ottawa Kansas Leaves Chicago 630 p in every day whose taste insures success and will Joseph Burm tt Co Boston Mass Kentucky Cadets Assigned Alexander Brown Historian Nor- Â¬ The price be a delightful occasion am The full senior class of flfty tlireo of admission will be but 25 cents wood Va Wise Wise Richmond you do not want to miss so Va The Newport Mercury R I members of tbo Annapolis Naval and Academy were graduated and re- charming an affair The proceeds Circular the True History of the pm Repeal ceived their diplomas on Saturday will be devoted to the Mary II Missouri Compromisound Its C Mc by Mrs Archibald Dixon A Among them were the followingKon Williams Orphanage Clurg Co Chicago 111 wo give the vessels to tuckiansand These arp dangerous times for tho List No 4 of valuable books Me which they are assigned Croup colds and throat Clurg health Co Chicago III New En Â¬ Cadets C C Block and E J Sad- troubles lead to Consumption A gland Genealogical and Historical bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure dler to the Bidger Boston Mass Antiquities Cadet Fmnli P Helm jr to the used at the right time will pre erve Magazine life health and a large amount of nnd Brother- Davis Odditiis Chicago money Pleasant to lake children Diamond Ohio Sound Currency CaiKt Guy A Bivett to the New- Â¬ like it Tyler Hemphill and W Magazine New York City Letter McKeo Hardlo ark from the Publishers Weekly 69 Cadet S I M Major to the New Interesting Letter Dunne fetreet New York Cfty The York Attack on the Spanish Gun Boats at G B TA Cadet J T Bcckner to Admiral Ill this issue wo give a letter from Cardenas by commanding olllcer of Deweys fleet our old friend and long time corres the Wilmington Chapman C Todd p indent Mr John E Miles which Death of Jas R Watson Esq The American Re Donations gives an account of what he saw and public a newspaper published in The sad news reached this city on hard on his trip to Florida and Frankfort Ky 1811 JI Marshall Sunday that Mr James It Watson Cuba editor by NB Risk Midway Ky Our readers will remember that Steel Engraving of Col R T Dur- of Louisville had died at the homo of his daughter Mrs Jno B Tilford Mr Miles some years airo made rett Louisville Ky Putnams His ftlllimTL3 fWwi iiwiuviHiw nnifiHil flUVflUI ttt on Sunday morning aged 80 yeais IWIIiiJlVJlium liftllifi in1 torical Magazine Salem Mass Book wrote very entertainingly or Ills ex Catalogues Bath England list of Mr Watson was bom and reared in this city and made it Ills homo for perlynces books from McClurg Chicago 111 Wo think they will find his present Bargains in Books Milwaukee Wis over sixty years removing to Louis villu after his sons had gone there letter equally so Wo have another History of Brules Discoveries and and established themselves in busi- letter from him received nt the Explorations from 1010 1020 Clove same time but which was written land ness Ohio Marguerite Bouvqts Mr Wat on was a printer by trade four days later Books with picture of the author Wo regret that our space forbids its A C McClurg having learned thoart preservative Co Chicago HI u young man in tho ofllco of publication tills week when Forty Years a Fur Trader on tho the Into Col A U Hodge- Upper Missouri A C McClurg Writ De Lunatlco ho was appointed Afterwards Co Chicago III Tho Menu Card of Oslo Assistant Auditor of State and filled and Joej h tho Kentucky Societys Banquet at Clarence Woodurd that poiitlon for somo twenty years Cole wero tried on a writ of do St Louis Mo with best wishoi of with fidelity and accuracy After lunatlco inqulrendo before Judge W C Jonos St Louis Mo the close of bis term as Assistant T TVm Afwtv fin ATfiiiflnvv nnrl A very beautifully arranged panel Auditor he became proprietor of odereU Bcnt to tho lunatIc asylum entitled with Hag decorations Frankforts sons in tho U S Navy several noieis in iiiim tuy mm mum quite a reputation as a caterer to tho The names and her HOWS THISP We will wager K00 that no btcyole manufacturer la America la producing a High Grade public Later In life having met Bicycle equal to our 1898 Amerloan Special on which has been plaoea a prloo ol Wo odor Ono Hundred Dollars Re an location of tho o Ulcers and sail H ana la offering to tbo general publlo to all alike further that our with reverses ho returned to his ward for any case of Catarrh that can ors aro handsomely written on both compositor at not bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Curo pnnlf- wIUi compli first love and was a Bides of the CO Props Tole F J CHENEY ments of and contributed by Dr the yeoman ofllco in this city and do O tin livening loxt in Louisville so Wo tho undersigned have known F Win II Averlll Frankfort Ky continuing until a tow years ago J Chuncy for tho last 15 years and bo Ono of the oldest clocks in Kenperfectly where tho infirmities of ago forced liovo him transactionshonorublo in all tucky works all wooden and very and financially business Slnco then ho and ablo to carry ou any obligations raado handsome contributed by Messrs his retirement Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money MWWWWWW his lined wlfu resided with their bvthotrflrm Sclbort und KWIer We employ no traveling men laaue no expenilve circular aell our entire output to the Traux Wholesale Druggists djuLhter Mrs Tilford enjoying n West Oc riders for cash only have no bad debts therefore can soil BICYClua 100 per cent Toledo Army Dill Passed House cheaper than any manufacturer In the United States We never deceive the publlo Ne well earned rest nnd a happy old Waldlng Kinnan Marvin Whole one oan aucceed In ao doing Our btoyclea are sent subject to approval without any advance whatever We expeot to aell 15000 bloyoles In 1898 and wo only want to mako 1100 each sale Druggists Toledo Ohio ae pronto Any priee Tin rntlrotl KiltltnlflY llllllt foellllC Halls tatarrn uuro is taicen mior- - Tho bill to nuthorizo tho Increase of We much prefer to Bell 15000 at a are made 1100 eaoh than 1000 at 115 eachdont let any Â¬ above oura made by other ooncerna to by extravagant expenses and you that you ahould pay for extravagances and bad debta ot others But M tho United States Army to 100000 one convince us usual but about 3 oclock ttJ well the maker and save your money SEND FOK OATAbOOUB AT ONCE Sinday morning uu was iiirmu vu Prlco 70o por bottlo Sold by all Drug men passed tiio House of Represent- Â¬ AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohl atives of Congress on Tuesday by gisp und when approached WHS gists Teatlraoniaia free the best MMmMMiawmiaiiwiailtiilMiiiiawiiiiiiiiiaiiiWiiaiiaiiwwwmiMiiitiwtMMuMUaMMMaa Family Pills are Hulls tho decisive voto of 108 to 125 IBlyr mmm j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 m OASTOHIA j Yo11 Â¬ Â¬ t 7 Tt a Â¬ OASTOIIXA XV A it ft Â¬ North Western Limited ELEC TRIC LIGHTED m V3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 20th CENTURY TRAIN Paul For St Minneapolis Ouliith Daylight Train leaves Chisago except Sunday Â¬ Night Express 1015 daiiy 830 daily ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA Â¬ icago ai Soi Western Railway The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Chicago P Kniskern Address W Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Insurance Agents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of Capital Hotel sons-in-la- 5QO REWARD BICYCLES AT 2250 3000 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ SI750 3500 Â¬ rKlrLTvS dead I f i Wmj Af aTS- - jfl X EL 1ST JO t BIG BARGAIN SALE CORSETS AND WAISTS 100 125 mid 150 corsets odd lots nt 50 els 225 Equipoise Wuisls for 100 Jenness Miller Corset Waists 100 worth 200 O IST So WmmJiV MBBBVBB OC3 E3 yd a bnrguin it fj ti j- CLOAKS 500 for choice of the entire lino of 1000 1200 and 1500 Jackots 200 for choice of the entire line of childrens 400 600 and 000 clonks DRESS GOODS All wool dress goods at cost UNDERWEAR All of our winter underwear ut cost COTTONS AND SHEETINGS 5 cts yd for Mnsonvillo Cotton 5cts yd for Lonsdale Cotton 7b cts yd for liorklcy Cotton 8 cts yd for Lonsdale Cambric 15 cts yd for 10 Popperol Sheeting 20 cts yd for 10 Utica Sheeting 300 yds DIMITY White Check Dimity at 10 cts PERCALS AND CALICO 3V cts for Indigo blue calico 3i cts for Shirting calico 10 cts for best yard wide English Ponnng Yard wide good Percals at cts MILLINERY All of our 350 500 and GOO English hats at 198 - sxx iEJjjjxr He Won the Day Things That Injure the Voice An Irishman was foreman of n Jury who hacl to try a man for murder Word was sent to him that he would he paid 200 if ho persunded the Jury to return n verdict of manslaughter This verdict was returned and the friends of the prisoner came and read Â¬ ily paid the money Did you have any trouble in get ling that verdict asked ono Faith an I had an awful strug- Â¬ The gle said the son of Erin rest of the Jury wanted to acquit him but begorrn I wouldnt give way London Answers When you ask or DeWltts Witch lllazel Salve dont accept a counier There are more felt or imitation cases of Piles beinsr cured bv this than all others combined Tvler Hemphill and W McKeo Hardie United States Senators Elected SenaÂ¬ Regular habits keep the whole physical make up In good order and liavo of necessity n great Influeneo on the voice Much use of the voice immediately after eating sleeping or bathing Is to be avided in fact at any time when the flow of the blood is greatly accelerated or any special set of muscles are actively at work Is not wise The very frequent use of smelling salts is not beneficial Lem6ns to clear the voice before reading or singing should be re- Â¬ placed by the beaten white of an egg sweetened a little Plenty of rest food and air should keep our throats in order Slight sore throat is helped by a little sulphur biown down But the throat is too delicate Go to a for much home doctoring physician who knows all about it if any unusuui com semen inuru For La Grippe tlon of soldiers to the front than any of the other colonics For all the mingling of outlandish Jargon the bits of quaint life and character on the stages the insistence of Jewish customs and religious usages those Yiddish sons were right that was United States In a generation or two the native color of Yiddish life will fade and the theaters with it Harpers Magazine An Honest Medicine for La Grippe strbest Ar m-KASTiiouwn SOUTHERN Rfl LWftY NoTl 740am 909am 9S5nm 1016am 1045am No 6 730am 756am B20am 912am 1040am No 5 IN KENTUCKY Schedule in effect lire 18 1808 Lv Louisville Ar Shelbyvillo BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Ar Versailles Ar Lexington WESTBOUND Larcnccbg latum fiapm BMpm 117pm 045pm No George W Waitt of South Gardi- Â¬ ner Me says I huvo had the worst couLh cold chills and crip and have taken lots of trash of no account but Proni to tne venuor unamieriiuns lias done any good whatever I have used one 60 cent bottle and the chills cold and grip have nil left me i congratulate the mitnutactuacrs of nn ebiAWlfhlartjt It t nn Vy fr Pacific Coast 4 SSpm Lv Lexington 4 52pm Ar Versailles 515pm Ar Larenrrbi 605pm Ar Shelbyvillo 735pm Ar LouUvlllo Trains Not 2 5 and 0 earrv Frco Observa tion Chair Card betwuen Louisville and Lex Â¬ ington 1 No3L 745pm 007pm 950pm 1009pm 1035pm No 4 5 15am 537am 555am 032am 755am EASTUCCTNt WESTBOUND Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA No 13 330pm 555pm G45nm 700pml No 15 330pm 02pm 617pm 640pm 710pm No 11 740ara 956am 1043am 1055am No 12 Lv LouUvll Ar 735pm LarncbrgAr 510pm Ar Ar HarodsbgAr 4 23pm Ar iturgin lv 4 15pm STATIONS STATIONS No 14 1040am 810am 720am 710am EA8TD0UND WEsTDonua 07 tNo OnX If T 1 n uyV T Back Home St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS 740am 909am 1016am 1110am 1205pm Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar No 16 tNo 68 Lonlsvll Ar ia40am 735pm ShHbvll Ar 9 12im aospm Verallcs Ar 7 5am 415pm Midway Ar 730am 338pm Ucorgtn Lv 700am 300pm SASTUOUND tNo 1 The following United States tors were elected since our last re- Â¬ port Montana W A Clark Democrat Wisconsin J V Quarles Repub- Â¬ lican Washington Republican Co 140 Wa- Thomas Whitfield bash av corner Jackson st one of Chicagos oldest and most prominent druggists recommended Chamber Â¬ lains Cough Remedy for la grippe as It not only gives a prompt and Addison G Foster complete relief but also counteracts any tendency of la grippe to result in pneumonia For sale by J W Gayle Private Will Kinkead Capt Noel company Third Kentucky Volunteer Infantry returned to his G Tines Alio yowant i u- 1 The Young icans and Teachers of Their Parents home in tms city irom uuua on Wednesday having been discharged from thehcrvice February ith to 13th the Frankfort Cincinnati will sell tickets to New Orleans Mobile and Birming ham and return at one fare for the round trip limited to February U8th Israelites are Loyal Amer Account of the Murdi Gras Â¬ f M RUQG TRAVPASSR AQENT8T LOUM MO HOWARD ELLIOTT QCNL MOR 8T LOUI8 MO W W AK CLCV OENL PASSR AQT ST LOUIS KQ Mi 740am 3pm Lv LouHvll 1022am 620pm Lv VerMllea 1102am 7Bpm Ar Nichlvlll 1158pm 805pm Ar ltlcbmnd Ar Irvine iuopm tNo 5 STATIONS tNo Ar Ar Ar Lv Lv 2 1040am 71pm 7 50am 445pm ftWam H Mpro 005am 300pm l 3upm WESTllOUND 6 tNo Â¬ TO- - J R Newton G PA c ALIFORN via House for Rent onsumpiion We are sure you do not Nobody Wants it But it comes to many thousands every year Itcomes to those who have bad coughs and colds until the throat is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs are inflamed Stop your cough when it first appears and you remove the great danger of future trouble IV2 Bf Auers ICnerry pectoral It stops coughs of all kinds does so oecause it is a sootn Ing and healing remedy of great power This makes it the great- Â¬ est preventive to consumption Put one of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs Ukrmry Frmm For our centi la lUmpi toptr Ppt go w will moji you ilxtoca mtalcu We nave the exclusive lervlee of tome of the raott eminent pbyilcltna uiiuiuki la tn unuea loner exuerlence oppor tiinttfftt and emi nently flt them for giving jrou medical freely all the ptlc adrlce Write You will receive a J ulerilnyourcMe Droupt reply wimnut JUdiett Loweiitl Hot Mmillel Atlvlem Ft oui Through Weekly Containing live rooms besides kitchen and bath room on Main to develop spontaneously would pro street For information apply to Dr Tourist Sleeping Car duco any really great works of art G W Chlnn 20J Main street Leaving Clncliiintliinil Louis llio on I C It 21 tf Unfortunately it is one that can last Ntw Urleiiii llmtMl train On nil sides nevi r bo answered UVtRY THURSDAY American lifo is pressing in ontliem For Los tnselrs nml rinn Krunclsco without cliiTiKO The Lliulleil iuko connects ut New in every corner children are coining Orleans dallr with Kxprest Tmln orthnlnclOo PTA under the spell of its outward glamFor the speedy and permanent euro of Coahtiiid on Tueidiiyitnl Saturtlays nltb the PSOanvuNW VPGM J M CtiMT M our It is Morris Rosenfelds badge tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham Washington UO ANNEX WATUHKQPA D C Washington PA of fame among his people that ho berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is SD8SEI LimSTtB WMHTAVIOKAG without an equal It relieves the itch Washington I C Louisville Kj was discovered by a Harvard pro ing and smarting almost instantly and of theftoutnern Ittoltk uMir special throunh o Iiirilctilnrr of Agtnts fessor and has read his poems before its continued use effects a permanent fcenlcetorftiiKiuidSv connect hk lines of HK mnt HATCH It also cures itch barbers itch 80tlmlriCOTIDlv lv na teem Cincinnati O of New euro the leading literary men los Agent MeiuphU head sore nipples itching piles Jf0 A York Even the language ho uses is scald chapped hands chronic soro eyes and affected by the outlying idiom Mr granulated lids f II HANSON or a Chlcsgo W D Howells who speaks very WtrttrtrtTJTTTJfrtTJlrtJ W KhLLONDA ui ALoulsUUe Dr Cndys Condition Powders for highly of the poems tells me that horses are the best tonic blood purifier many of the words were plain En- - andvermlfuge Price 25 cents Soldby Try tho Capital Steam Laun A riQlrlmt nf tlw iliftln rrlloli dry for a oloan shirt or collar M JtlLSV5g IrltTJfttfTJf Abraham Cahan has written stories i 16 tf 17 of Yiddish Hie in New ork f allays coughing and Tolophono witiniwkjtAii iCNHtHif UiwUU - j heals quickly The best cough euro American magazines and bus pubHomphlll and nEADAOIIEcured In20 mlnutosby Dr Miles Tyler lished two successful booko In de- - forchlldroii Pain Pills Ono cent a dose AtarngKlsts scribing the influence of American W McKeo Hurdle w wwwwwwTiftif rif lHIIIIIIIUIIHIUMMlMii lifo he told mo of a mother wliosuid 5 SV shall I dont speak English but I soon learn Thero pointing to her The chil- Â¬ son that Is my teacher dren mostly go to tho public schools 4ftJfttTtl steamer Connections Route with its rail and and except in their homes have dis line to Florida carded tho Yiddish language I like forms the short tjtrJtTJfrr to talk about tho old country a points Fast and West India to mo ono even- Â¬ Yiddish mother said Service through to Double Dally Pullman ing nt the Windsor and some day Â¬ Jacksonville I think I will go back but my chil 1 FLORIDA AND HAVANA dren muke fun or me and call me The famous Cincinnati Hero tho father Dutchman service to Florida via the Limited solid vestibuled Yes thoy say What chirped In Southern Railway and Crescent Queen Thla hero Is hell cood old country direct steamship con- FC P Railway makes Tittit4ftti KKANK J HEED S Ilo professed to United Suites mo that ho preferred Proctors to I ho nectlon on arrival at Miami East Coast or at Tampa West Coast for A onuviue tf Windsor This was during tho Hpan fit tfftff tit iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiir f Key West Havana Nassau Santiago San Joan Nil war and the Windsor was draped tlttjtTltttf tJktjhlTJf with American Haps and hunners and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to ttTtttTlttlttltTllTlHtf tjf Tho Homo of thorn wrought In silk Free books and Information by addressing New Orleans tjt orchestra begun with Sousas Stars CINCINNATI 0 C W ICll OIV PAiBQR AOCNT 4TM AND RACE IT OH OIV fAQR AGENT CHATTANOOHA TENN O L MITCHELL I found that tho Yid Â¬ and Stripes OENL PAHON AOENT CINCINNATI O W C NINEAKtON dish peoplo were proud of tho fact ttit tmA a tu M W ft BlMUMi m w lUuUtM MdoUUJi Lul u Uflci cm it w UmmM la Un that thoy had sent a larger proper It is a fair question though wheth Â¬ er the artists of the Ghetto if allowed NEW ORLEANS In connection with the Southern Pucltlc A Skin Diseases Â¬ Lv Louisville Ar Lexington Ar Knoxvlllo Ar Ashcvlllo Ar Savannah 50am 000a it Ar Jacksonville 555pm 645am Ar Chattanooga lOiOnm UOan Ar Atlanta OOam 225prc Ar Macon a 55am l55pu Ar Jacksonville Chattanooga 61inm a55are Lv lOiftpmi II Mare Ar uirmmgnam 23iami 55ptr Ar Meridian 830am 8Oan Ar New Orleans flivani Train No I Cincinnati FloriOa Through Drawin- - Room Pull Limited carries man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta M icon and Jacksonville connects at Lexing ton or Chattinocpa with Pullman Sleeping cat for Now Orleans Freo Chalrcars between Louisville and Lexington Observation Chair can between Lexington and Home C fe cars cl cunt coaches Train No 3 canies Pullman Sleeping car be tween Louisville Chuttannora and Ulrmlng hum al o Through Sleeping cats from Ulnir ton to Jacksonville via Ashcvi la and Saviin nah also via Clinttnnooga uml Atlnntu N change Free Chair ur Lexington to Cbttti nooga Ttrouith MeepliiK cars Lexington fa New Orleans tDallv except Quiidav A WllBnoN STSW1FT Lexington Kv I oulsvlllo Ky 1 stations No 1 740am 1045am 7 00pm 510ara No 3 745pm 1035pm 745am 115pm lTA Â¬ Â¬ A A Â¬ i Jffi t W A 4ii 1 THE QUEEN IA CRESCENT ttTjtTt Â¬ oTTTT Xi I l itttl0 i JiJ Tvl xi m J tttTtJ i ttttTtttttttttttTtttt W9999999991 TjtttttttttttTttttjtttTjttjt I W1 r Nfnf MjmBMMmimBMmmiu3Mmm il IwlaKiaiZwKWiuiSkuI7 iinjxnjuuiru innnnnnntnnjinnnmuxrmnnnnnnr uuiminnnjinnruinnnnnnniinnnrinnniinnuutfinjinninnnnxinnxinnnnfj- - 1 The Perfect The Standard Electric Clock 03 Electric Clock U es l WES runs on continuously without U a f O attention and gives perfect time The Standard Electric clocks are unqualifiedly guaranteed The clock is self reliant It IKS will run in a country home with the same precision as in a ST CD S i SS 3o 3 63 city office In a word it is the acme of clock perfection as the sun Â¬ PS It is n la i p 4 as constant in its daily record 2 p t c O M A SELBERT e lii iff gJJJJjJJJuxiuxnruinJiniinJxruuiri RELIGIOUS - c 525 1 3P- Reliable Jeweler Tll TlHI iTMlWT nnrtnTAT nurxifiiaxiii arJhKJXAXJ DTT11 rlTlCTTnVTrn x ni A fPTTTCI x v xj x TTI js T j Doubtful Â¬ FRANKFOKT nrumrutixnnjiJuinruuarinnjuiJirmnxL KENTUCKY Episcopal Ommcn McGready rector Mr Robt Emmot Abraham assistant 11 Divine service and sermon at At 4 p m Childrens Missionary sen ice with recitations and music by the Junior Auxiliary Sunday school at 945 a m In the A80EN8ION Rev R L 4 in the chapel All seats free and everyone dially welcome to all services BCrVlCeB Sit J u J W6UIieuujr rn or n IV r uiLDiiiuuii uu cor m February 26 Loyalty to tho Book Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 Rev R L McOready March 5 Loyalty to the Associyounc men a m Special classes for cordially InationMr Frank Chinn Seats froe and all are March 12 Loyalty to tho State vited Hon Ohns Finloy March 19 Loyalty to Manhood Church Rev Christianpastor will preach George Dr J A Stucky of Loxington at 11 March 20 Loyalty to Conscience Darsio the a m and 730 p m Rev Geo Datoie What the Bible TIusenddrtbBes will be short and Evening subject six Tho tirat of a series of is For informal and good music will also be sermons on tho Bible an attractive leatureof each meeting Young Peoples Society or Chris Seats free and every young man in tian Endeavor meets at 045 p m Frankfort invited to attend in tho chapel Leader Margaret J Daniel Working Night and Day Idle in the Market Place Topic Prayer meeting Wednesday night in tho Chapel at 730 oclock The busiest and mightiest little Topic Realizing Gods Presence is Dr was Endeavor meets Frldny thine tlmt over Pills mad Junior Every ill KlngftNinv Llfo oolock afternoon at 330 is it sugai coated ciobulo of health Sunuay school meets at U30 that changes weakness into strength The public will be cordially wel listlcssne iS into energy comed to all those services and os into mental power Theyre brain fag wonder- Â¬ peciallyatrangers in the city Only ful in building up tho health V Gavle The usual ser 25e per box Sold by J Oatholio Church vices to morrow conducted by Rev Admitted to the Bar the pastor Fathor Thomas Major m High mass Low mass at 730 a 10 am Vespers at 730 pm Mr Pat McDonald sr was sworn in as an attorney nt the bar in tho First Presbyterian ohuroh tlio Rev J MoOIusky tihiyney D D the Circuit Court on Saturday before pastor will preach at 11 a m and court adjourned for the term 730 p in Mr McDonald served as a magis Sunday school at 945 am trate in tills district for about twenly Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 p m in Sunday sohool room years and became thoroughly posted Prayer meeting Wednesday even- in pleading and practice and wo ing at 730 have otlen wondeied why ho did not apply for license to practice be Methodist Church Rev T F Wo congratulate our Taliaforro tho pastor will preach at fore this 11 a m at the Y M O A owing to neighbor on his admission to tho bar the repairs being made on tho church No evening service 1 Sunday school moets at 930 a m Baptist Church Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Vounc peoples oociety win meet at 630 p m Leader Air Lyman Graham Idle in the Market Place Topic Junior Young Peoples Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in the Chapel Praver meeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Literaturo will meet Class in Sacred immediately after the prayer meotr inc Â¬ illustrated in the life of the prophot Dnniel nt Babylon was given before the young men by Rev T F Taliaferro last Sunday afternoon and formed a fitting introduction to the Loyalty talks which aro to be given this month and noxt Tho 18th annual State Conventions of the Kentuckv Young Mens Christian Associations will bo held nt Henderson February 16 19th Frank fort ought to bo represented with a good sized delegation The local Secretary will be glad to give information concerning tho nrocram Special transportation rates etc to any interested young men During February and Marou a special series of Loyalty talks will be given by pastors and laymen in tho Association rooms on Sunday afternoon at 330 oolock The fol- Â¬ lowing excellent program has been arranged February 5 Loyalty to Christ Rov M B Adams February 12 Loyalty to tho Home Judge J P Hobson February 19 Loyalty to tho Church Â¬ Rov Wm Crowe jr -- Â¬ Very few men have seen tho in- Â¬ side of a Masonic Lodge when it is at work but tho Pails Kentucklan tells of one who did It says Tuesday is the regular meeting night of the A O U Ws and W G Swcart nen who had only at- Â¬ tended two meetings of his lodge concluded to since his initiation uttend on tho 27th At 7 oclock ho was on hand and a few minutes nfter the Lodge was called to order Fie noticed that the brothers nil put on white aprons and he put on ono too He didnt remember ever seeing tills done in this lodge before but us ho had not attended for some time concluded thnt it was something now The lodge was declared open for business and when tho presiding officer nsked Bro Wallace Mitchell if all present were entitled to remain lie said they were Business pro ceeded the election of officers took place Bro Sweareugen voted and meeting finally adjourned the Walking down street Bro Swearen gen met Bro Win Schroto and told him about attending a meeting of Bro S hrote iid he the Workmen was mistaken that there had been Bro no meeting of thnt L idge Sweareugen was willing to back up his words with a 2 bet which was uid when Bro readily accepted Schroto told Bro Sweareugen that the Workmen had given up the lodge roo n for the night to the Ma sons on account ot its being St Johns Diy Bro Sweareugen was shocked and was willing to bet that he wiw ihj only n a l that ever at tended a Masonic meeting before lie had been initiated Â¬ Â¬ BARGAIN WEEK AT - f i HEEiIYS 8c 66 l We nro not having a Rormvnl Sale1 or a Quit Business Sale but we are still doirjg business nt the smim tind and will nett week offer rare bargains in overy Tho followli g nr- - a Mv sample bargains department Oorsets 29o 46o 50o and Ho Iry 8c 10c 12o 15o pnd 2So worth 12oP 75c worth 40o COo 76o and fjl00 3bUOo 75o and 45c Underwear 15c 20c 25o nnd 85o 100 a salt worth 60o 75or 00c 100 and 125 a Buit OntiiiK Cloths Ac 0c worth 7je lOo and 12o Good Unbleached Ootton4o worth Percales 8o3G inches wide worth Also bargains in Comforts lllaiikets Dthb and Working Gloves Ready made Dreas Romuinbor the Place and Underskirts nnd Getita Furnishing Goods lijc A HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway -- tfl at ili m SI i 4X l Jta LS Marble Frankfort Granite 200 and 2C2 kvaln Street R Lynch BT Co t vr Hyw Sculptor - I 1 Presiiieat P F Trijlctt Secretary W D Lewis til Headstones and Grnulte uiutt dispose of them in or leaving your order for for spring delivery to bo Estimates furnished on Â¬ Dr Bulls Cures pleurisy and pneu- monia in a wonderfully Mswvfftr hn 41 ma BUUtl UlUtt YkJMWT allays inflammation of the luns For sore limps Small doses it is invaluable T fc We hnvo on hand a larr fii ply of Monument Markers that we are offering nl n vtiry it I nurd price and Yon will rnvn inoue by bujini now the next 00 dnys spring delivery We are taking order fur iniiiiniuents made of Barre Quincey Weiuerly and fyjot ih Grauite application 21 Syrup Ky OUKH Price 25 cts lra TX7 ID XJZE3TS7 XS lwgr- - Advertised Letters at Frankfort Â¬ ondinjrFob2 Bolow will bo found n liHt of lottora remaining unclaimed for tho week 1809 Sfarshnll James Luther Brown Mm Cor- - Moss Miss Alithia Oliver Daniel dolia Casey MlssFannieRobert1 Sarauol Scott Eueeno B Connor Mrs John Scott Willy Frankfort College Sharp Roy A atYM Omeeting Wednesday evenStoffeo Robert Hall Ira For Infants and Children Prayor Hamilton Prof Wallace Daniel ing at 730 p m Williams Miea The Kind You Have Always Bought JP Tho Pastors Aid Society will meet Beatrice Hammond R B Wednesday after nt3 oclock each JohhflonAnthoney Wilson Luther Bears tho Mrs J M noon at tho residence of Woods Charley Lushor Olias Signature of Case on Broadway Persons calling for any of these lot Official Board meetsTuesdayevon- ters will pleaso say advertised S B Holmkb P U Tho public cordially invited to ct- For Manila Â¬ Breed ng John Broodcn Itoz CASTOR A jfM ins iiPR1CE8 LOWEST nous JJD uA TJaGEE lOESST Â¬ i1 Â¬ JOHN DRISCOLLS tenci For Sale Church--Ro- Tho government has sent two Southern Prehu yterianpastor will more transports to Gen Otis in Win Crowe jr tho Manila with home 7000 troops proach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday sohool at 030 a m aboard Some folks who aro blow Young PeoplosSooietv of Christian ing about tho Philippines being given Endeavor moots at 045 p m Prayormeotlng Wednesday even time to got ready to fight etc cun ing at 730 now see that wo are getting ready To all those meetings tho publlo is somewhat our ourselves You cordially invited cant pleaso tho carpers and critics no matter what you do Y M O A NOTES first talk 6f tho Remombor that tho a dose Grippe To Loyalty series will bo given by Miles ward off La Nervine take coing to of Dr bed on Restorative Rev M B Adams tomorrow Sunday at 330 pm ills addressonwill havo nil that an important bearing exe- Â¬ follow Dont miss It office A stirring address on Fidelity as v Â¬ A nuont for the Methodist Church South of this city I will sell tho PEWS now in f uld church They Apply to will ho Mild cheni 2lMf ROYHL MILLS CASH QUOTATION ItOYAL QUEEN Boat Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour nor hundred It ItOCIKHH Red Hot Frorrr the Gun Job work neatly cuted at this Win the hall thnt hit G man of Newark Mich in Wur It caused horrible Ulcere Shlpstuir per 100 lbs thnt no treatment helped for 20 years Custom grinding Whoat nnd Corn a Spocmlty Then Bucklcns Arnica Salvo cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felon Corns Skin IO uptlons Best Pile euro on earth 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Guyle Druggist Family Flour per hundred Low Grado Flour per hundred B Stcad Corn Meal per bushel tho Civil Corn per bushel DAISY FANCY 280 220 y 250 240 70 sfl 60 70 L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky A Coal Cook Stove for 5 My linti of Ranges Cook mid Houting Stoves is tho largest and chenpest in tho city Tin Iron nnd Slato Roofiing Guttering and Ropnir work of all kinds solicited Work done promptly nnd satisfaction guarnntoed When in need ot anything in China or Glassware a good lamp or any article visually kept in a first class China Store call and see my stock 9 8 W No trouble to show goods Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call DEATHS Cantata Jepthah and His Daughter tmcle Judjje Wr H Rneetl on ypiter diiy worninj nt 4 oclock Mr Curie ton Saffell Grny oldest son of Mr John T Uniy aged 17 years Mr Gruy was a popularnnd blight young man Ho hud mHde his home In Chicago III and was In the In- Â¬ surance business when attacked by that Insidious dlseuse consumption Some ten days since his father brought him to this city and all that loving care could do to make him comfortable was done He was a nephew of Messrs W JM J 3L Saflell and Mrs W H Sneed His sister Miss Fannie S Gray Is a teacher at tho Institute for Feeble- Â¬ minded children The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 oclock Services will be conducted by Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney after which tho remains will be placed in the family lot in our cemetery The afflicted family have the sympathy of many friends in their deep Â¬ Gray At the residence of his Tho beautiful dramatic cantata Jepthah and His Daughter which is to be given under tho direction of Mr E 11 Clark at the Opera House next Wednesday evening February 8th has a historical setting back in the ancient days when tho children of Israel were at war with the Am Â¬ monites over disputed territory Jepthah had been expelled from his fathers houso but being a man of valor and a mighty warrior was much sought after by the elders of Gilead to take thageneralship of the armies of Israel nnd lead them in battle against the Ammonites After accepting this honored po- Â¬ sition Jeptha makes a vow unto the Lord thut he will sacrifice whatever he first meets at thedoorof his houso if he should win the victory over the Ammonites On his return home after conquering the Ammonites hio Every precaution should be taken to uvoid it Its specific cure is Ono La Grlnne is again epidemic YOUR PRRMTIIM TTrfcTRTS 1UTTCT PH TM PV 1UTAPPW EIRST Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agricultural Journal and No Advertiser Elden Mo saye one will bo disappointed la using One Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Pleasant to take quick to act Tyler Hemphill and W McKee The Best Shoes s Hardie Always prove in the long run to be dood News Owing to the pressure of business In this city Dr Goldstein will re main a few days longer to complete THE CHEAPEST SHOES We sell nothing but the best shoes and you pay no more forthem than you do for the cheaper kind elsewhere The ladies shoes we have on our bargain counter for 150 and the misses shoes we are closing out for 125 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 his engagements sonow Stkdman brother-in-la- At tho home of his Mr Kuydendall in Union county on Friday Mr Joseph Stedman a well known citizen of the Forks of Elkhorn Tho remains were brought here on Monday and placed in the family lot cast in our cemetery Ladles Exchange Reopens In the meantime any one wltoe eyes are defective or whoe glares need readjusting would do well to call upon the doctor at his rooms at the Capital Hotel Dr Goldstein is a regular graduate and practicing physician as well as Ho has made practical optician this matter a life study and is thor- Â¬ oughly competent to attend to any daughter Iphigenla fails a victim case submitted to him to a fathers rush vow The cantata strikingly pets forth the Spartan heroism of Jepthah and the fidelity and willing submission of Iphigenia to her fathers vow A complete history may bo found in the book of Atniosphoro Impregnated With Judges eloto ith chapter Goims Between forty and fifty prominent Frankfort ladies and gentlemen will Dlseuse Proved Bo vond Question take part and elaborate costumes to be Iniectious Is Rapidly Co furnished by Fritz Schoultz Conquering the Country are to be used Following is the Â¬ LaGrippe Is Contageous 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 Jepthah Ninth Ruler basso Prophet basso Won Jewish Prince tenor Ibzn Jewl h Prince basso Arnold Messenger Camp Guard E It Clark E W Zoeller W M Franklin It E Hyatt t The ladies of the Methodist Church Avill reopen their Exchango to day in the Dehoney building on Main street next door to Mrs Katie Welchs millinery store They will ofier pies cakes cro- quotte salads c suitable for your Sunday dinners They will dell these things cheap Go and tee them Prof Q Hog J W Reading H E Youtsey m Daughter soprano Mks Hnllle Taliaferro Ada Iphlgenlua Friend ulto illss Uorrlet McClure Naomi Hons Sister alto Miss imilyColenan Sarah 1I f Miss Maud Whitehead J Miss Emma Payne Huih rJewlsl1 Maidens Mlss Korence Payne Aiim IMlss Maud Tallaterro Leah J Prof Wuyland t raham Plunolst- Chorus soldiers Flower Girls etc Besides tho above named the fo- Â¬ Iphigenla Jethahs will take part Mrs B G JJrawner Robt Williams Mrs The day for the annual appearance Misses Georgia Payne Cordelia Bull of that distinguished Judge of tho Maggio Woodson Bertha Talbot weather Prof G Hog camo around FIopIo French Minnie West Stella Ho promptly ap JonesMurguretReadingJessIeVood on Thursday peared at 12 in saw his double and son Katie Thompson StellaWilmot made a homo run for winter quar- Â¬ Mattio Jones Mabel Crutcher Mary ters Brawner Messrs II V Hyatt G C Downing W 0 Jones J J Steps Up Downing It K McClure Jr W T Earl Bull W H VanWinkle Our friend Mr Chas D Boicaw Rogers H T Crutcher E P Thomp has been appointed agent of tho Q son jr Edwin Kagln J T Buford Shake J C Jackson It A VanDorveer C railroad at Georgetown 0ld man This eantata is given under tho auspices of our Y M C A Tickets Gomez Accepts Proposition parquetto and dress circle fifty cents Reserved seats secured without ex The yellow Journals of tho country tra charge at Barretts news store on notwithstanding Gomez accepted and after Monday next Admission tho proposition made by this gov Â¬ to balcony 35 cents ernment through Special Envoy Eobt P Porter to distribute 3000 OJ0 among his men and then disband Millions Given Away his army Ho also accepted Gen Brookes Invitation to visit Havanna It is certainly gratifying to tho For Re election and announced that he was in thor public to know of one concern In tho are not afraid to be gener Â¬ ough accord with tho United States land who ous to tho needy and sullerlnjr Tho Mr John C Wood of Montgomery In its action throughout proprietors of Dr Kings New Dis of lying has been thus covery lor Consumption Coughs and county tho present Incumbent of tho What a lot Commlssloncrship from Cold have given away over ten tho Railroad shown up million trial bottles of this great tho Third District has announced mcillciut and have tho satisfaction Ihlmsolfastt candidate for tho Re- New Paper of knowing It has absolutely cured publican nomination to succeed him Â¬ thounnds of hopeless cases Asthma Wo have recglvtd a copy of tho Bronchitis Hoarseness and all dis self Capt II S Irwin present Com- Â¬ now evening japor it sued in Louis- eases of tho throat Chest and Lungs surely cured by It Call on J W missioner from this tho Second Disville It is called Tho Loulsvlijo are and get a trial Gayle Druggist announced as u candidato News and is a very readable paper bottle Reirular slzo GOc and 1 trict has for tho Republican nomination to It Is Republican In politics and Evory bottlo guaranteed or prlco succeed himself also seems to bo full of pluck and energy refunded llowing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V m I LaGrippe is a contagious di- Â¬ sease Its specific germ has been positively identified and it is transmitted from person to person either by direct contact or by inhaling tho germs while they iloat in tho air It is a dangerous disease lowering the vitality and wustiugthe resistive power so that pneumonia heart disease nervous prostration nnd insanity find easy victims No specific is ku wn that will kill tho Grip germ but it may bo driven out nnd its effects over- Â¬ come by the prompt uso of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine La Grippe lelt my nervous system so racked and shattered that I could not sleep and for two months was under the in Â¬ fluence of narcotics Pljysrciuns and friends gave mo up to die but in two duys after I commen Â¬ ced taking Dr Miles Itestora tivo Nervine I boguh to improve and in a months timo I was ontirely cured It is tho great est health restorer on earth D V Hilton Louisville Ky All druggists are authorized to sell Dr Miles Nervine on n guarantee that first bottlo ben Â¬ Bo efits or money rofunded suro and got Dr Miles Nervine Booklet on heart and norves sontfreo Address Dr Milos Modical Co Elkhart Ind get them elsewhere I 212 ST CLAIR ST McCLURFS Dyspepsia 3 KY FRANKFORT i Kodol COUGH Cure WHOOPING DrBulls Cough Syrup Cures Whooping Cough quIoklyVi of tho most distressing eights is to boo a child almost choking with tho dreadful whooping cough Givo tho child Dr Bulls Cough Syrup tho greatest pulmonary remedy and rc liof will como nt once tho coughing epella will ro occur less frequently and in a fow days tho sufferer will bo entirely cured No other remedy can boast of so mnny cures Ono structing the exhausted digestive or- Â¬ gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can aDoroach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SIckHeadachcGaatralglaCrampsand all other results of lmporf ect digestion Prepared by E C DeWItt A Co Nature in strengthening It artificially digests the food and aids and reconÂ¬ Digests what you eat Cblcaga Doses are smalt and pleasant to take Doctors recommend It Price as cents At all druggists For Sale or Lease Pi slrlng to change my residence I will rII or lease hit stable on Ann street Tim In the best Incited stable In the city l veil ndupted to the livery bus ness it ml liberally patronized Dr Cattys CoudKfon Fowlers are just what ft horse needs when in bad condition Tonlo blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and tho best in use to pat a horse in primo condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Co LeCompte Wanted W B LUCKETT Notice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ As receiver or the Marshall Dlckerson estate I will ut the Out House door In tie city ot Frankfort on Mimduy rebru iry i 1WJ about 12 E oclock in oiler for rent to th hUliett ami best No 113 Lewis Htreot bidder tho farm ot the late Marshall Dlrkerson 23 2t me year etuiim uarcn i rjuu iam iiiriii is tor locateJ un the Kentucky river about four miles nlmvH VnmWfmt and cjnslsix of about HI iiciph Horrible ngony is caused by Plies At the same tlm nnd plucel will aUn offer for Theso nro rent tne late resilience or mini jnrsnaii inciter Rums and Skin Diseases son In llellepulut or West Frankfort I reserve immediately relieved and quickly any or all bid The parties the right to reject Witch Hazol renting the mi Id property will be required to give cured by Do Three or four gentlemen of ability light work Salary 10 per week Gill between hours of 9 and 10 a in and 1 nnd 2 p in for It Clahk approved tecurl for said rent LKJOHNSON Receiver ot Mrs Evallne Dlckerson Jan H lt y Salve Beware of worthless linitu tlons Tyler it Hemphill and W McKee Hardlo Witts L 8 TYiss OLUT ION 1 07M APRIL 5S SALE vMMimfAyi siZ M spC MZ 71 V - v Our Mr Lafayette Crutchers interests elsewhere are such as compels his retirement from our firm which forces a sale of our ehtire stock to raise money to pay for his interest a iani THE FIRST flannel drawdrs tho 50c and GOc Until that date we will sell merchandise at such prices as will compel you to buy Clothing Shoes Furnishing Hats c for less money than such mer chandise was ever sold for The sale commences this day promptly at 8 a m Â¬ u CT m fl Mens fine b clothing brought down to the level of cheap tuff For 300 One lot mens grey cassimere suits nil sizes that were sold for 500 One lot For 475 mens brown enssimere allsizesthat were 650 For 500 One large lot suits broken sizes greys browns and blacks that were good Choice of any childs 20U suit in the house 200 Choice of any 300 childs suit in the house 375 Choice of any 450 and 500 suit or overcoat in the house 450 Choice of any 050 and 700 suit or overcoat in the house Cash only 125 kind 350 takes tho finest Knox or Stetson in the house 500 tho world over Cash only PANTS PANTS PANTS lit One large lot mens cassimere the kind that sell for 150 and 200 will closefor 100 85c Choice of tho finest jeans pants in the house that sell at 125 and 150 200 Choico of any pants in the house that were 300 300 Ono big lot pants black fancy cassimere that were 75c Choico one lot canvass leggins tho 125 and 150 kind 10c i 4Ji the 25c kind Ono lot childrens waist t sellers at 700 750 and 800 For 750 Very large lot mens suits that were 1000 and 1200 For 1000 One largo lot mens suits that were 1500 and 1000 For 1200 One large lot blue and black cheviots and fancy cassimero that sold for 1800 and 2000 t MENS SPRING WEIGHT 1000 Cash only MENS FURNISH- 500 that wore OVERCOATS One big lot fine goods Â¬ 35c One largo lot heavy cot- Â¬ ton working shirts great goods tho 50c kind 50c One lot XX Columbia White Shirtsdargo sizes only the 100 and 125 kind 25c One large lot boys undershirts and drawers ages 8 to 14 the 40c and 50c kind Cash only Â¬ 100 - vv fat i 3 sM f J SWBIKv aawv Ik INGS 35c Ono large lot mens bal brigan undershirts and draw Â¬ ers that were sold for 50c and GOc JEWELRY 25c Choico of any 50c cuff button in the house 50c Choico of any 75c and 100 cuff button in the house 10c Choico of any 15c and 20c collar button in tho house Cash only 400 Choice of the finest 385 pants in the house tho 500 and 35c W i as Cash only OVERCOATS For 000 One big lot over- Â¬ coats and ulsters that were 850 and 900 Choice of our For 850 1250 qualitios fine overcoats and ulsters For 1200 Choice of our 1500 and 1800 qualities 1500 for the finest overcoat or ulster thatwere 2200 up to 3000 500 One large lot boys F C cheviot black and blue suits long pants age 14 to 10 that sold for 700 and 750 350 One lot boys blue and black cheviots age 14 to 19 long pants that sold forG00 300 Ono lot boys suits grey cassimero ago 14 to 19 long pants thutsold for 500 Ono big lot suits blue 700 F C black cheviots double and single breasted that sold for 1000 and 1200 Cash only BOYS OVERCOATS AND One large lot regular made fleeced undershirts 18c Boys and misses black cat stockings sold the world over at 25c He Mens heavy strong hose 7e Mens black and tan hose sold everywhere for 10c 18c Choice of any 25c suspen Â¬ der in the house 35c Choice of any 50c suspen der in the house 85c Choice of all our Camel hair undershirts and drawers the 125 and 150 kind 75c Choice of all our fancv shirts the 100 and 125 kind 50c Ono lot STAR SHIRTS WHITE XX the 125 and 150 kind broken sizes S5e Choice of all Monarch and Manhattan White Shirts the 100 and 125 kind 40c Choice of any fancy Ber lin Shirt the GOc and G5c kind 18c Choice of any cuff in the house 4c One largo lot handker 35c NECKWEAR 40c pants that woro great sellersat 50c and GOc Remember this sale is for cash only Remember no goods- on approval Cash only 600 grade 300 pairs childrens knee - i Choice of any scarf or 4- in hand in the house 2 for v MENS LADIES AND MISS- Â¬ ES SHOES Â¬ Choico 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 1 150 Choico of a lot of kind hand sowod patent leath- Â¬ er enamel and calfskin that were 300 400 500 and fine mens i lc for white shield bows tho 5c kind Cash only LAP 350 Choico in tho house 000 kind 350 Choico in the house 200 Choico Cash only RUGS of any plush rug tho 500 and of any fur rug G00 150 the G00kind Â¬ of any plush rug large lot ladies very fine kid Oxfords that were 400 350 300 and 250 75c Ono large lot misses shoes sizes 11 to 2 that sold for 250 No goods 500 125 Choico of a Choice of a largo lot ladios very fine kid shoes that were 350 400 and w H jw J the 300 kind TRUNKS 200 and 160 charged or on ap- Â¬ fino it I proval nhiofB ULSTERS 350 Choice ofall 500 grades 450 Choice of all G50 and 750 grades 7 50 Choice of all 1000 and 1200 grades Cash only CHILDRENS SUITS Choico of any collur in the house 100 Choice oue lot all wool heavy sweators tho 150 kind One lot heavy not and 30c cassimero ovorshirts tho 75c kind mostly small sizes Ono lot heavy canton 38c 10c 250 Choice of any trunk in the house HATS HATS 75c up-to-d- 350 Ono lot Alpino felt hats tho 125 and many of thorn tho 150 kind 125 Choice of any stiff or soft Alpino hat in tho houso tho 200 kind 200 Choice of any 3 00 hat in tho house M new shades 15c ono largo lot ladies rub- hers that woro 25c and 30c 100 Ono lot mens brogans that were 125 and 135 100 Ono lot ladies shoes 385 Every pair mens 5 00 hand sowed shoos in our houso go at All the new toos and 1 i MS 600 385 j that woro 250 Cash only 125 200 and f tl 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 vLlm li A1 rv Hi u u DC PTTTVTT 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