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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k IW- - H I Tee Frankfort Eotodaboiit GEO A LEWI8 Publishor VOL t A WEEJKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY TERMS 100 In Advance NO 9 XXlI FRANKFORT KY The lintel named was tho ono hi which I utopped Tlie excursion Is simiiar th0 route taken tho same henco by adding this it will save mo a great deal of writing but I think it will be Interesting to your readers There Is much activity in business and hundreds of Americans those from Florida and other Hnnthorn States predominating aro embarking in trade The uso of both Ameri aii and Spanish raonoy creates someconfusion The rate of exchange fluctuates from day to day For an ece r un Ame AmeJlclmfVgnld money changers will glveSoanlsh silver at tho rate of 9140 or more on the dollar Imme- maieiy on lanu ng lourisis snouiu provide themselves with Spanish money although even at this early day many places of business trade altogether in American money FEBRUARY U 1899 I 24 1 H jfl M f i Letter From Florida and Cuba Editor Jtowutabout Jacksonville Fla Jttn SO 99 1 Jfc V V Rs - t k fyr -- i v k V J fr IT 1 f r - A t l I U W Tt 15 1 If m I stopped ho suddenly In my for mer communication I do not feel satisfied to leave yon and your read ere without tflvlnvryou more fully a history of what I saw und heard on tills trip I was never below Roekledie on the east cow t until this trip Then there was no railroad below Tltus vllle the county seat of Brevard county where the Republican poli- Â¬ ticians met at the time und Just after tho election between Tllden and Hays and arranged and prepared and did beat Tllden and the Democratic party out of u fairly won election Itockledge Is some twenty or more UUA ON A BOOM miles below 1 tusville and as far down then as visitors went In the Trade at present is unsettled so far past few years Mr Flagler has built n stability Is concerned No one doubts that Havana and the entire a road clown the east coast 2C0 or island is on a boom It is but natural 3W miles to Miami and hus built a that the time shall come when it will great number of hotelH at most of the settle down to a normal condition stations along the road For grandeur after which business will become mer- Â¬ and safe and beauty of surroundings It sui settled as a rule areAmerican not acquainted chants The with the financial status of men in In Florida passcs anything west coast until the last fewyears business here There Is no Brad was the attraction but Flakier has Btreet or Dunn to refer tt for rating gotten away with this route which xnen njstti it niis Deen learneu mat luiiuy iiousus m ri iruuu uu long was established by Mr Plant which credit after the European plan and is known as the Plant line road and this is not the method which Amer- Â¬ The east icans follow in husiness Yet many steamers to Havana known There of line of steamers from arethe firms are well It a habit to discoast now has a some who make Miami to Key West from Miami count their bills and witi some of to Havana and Irom Miami to these the Jacksonville merchants Nassau huiit on one of tho many have already opened up trade rela- tions islands of the Bahamas It is very Judging from tho experience oft The Americans who come to Huvana for costly traveling in Florida railroads charge four cents a mile business or pleasure the general Idea but If travelers will ask for a receipt of tho place is quite different from so is not what it really is from the R R agent u hen he pets a slow as one mightIt imagine quite Then ticket and will send It to the State there is a substantial appearance that Railroad Commission they will send Is calculated to amaze It would be him a check or rebate of one cent almost impossible to find a building either store or resilience that is conn mile Btructul entirely of wood Nearly to Key West Is 105 all the structures aro of a coraline and From Miami miles This Is ono of the points that j ccmeiit substance as solid and as Miles Son have never sold flour durable as concrete though not quite Lavv illL styie 01 My object in goinj mere as 1 believe so mrK archltectim is pllrHy Spanish First stated in my former letter was t I rrmv Htreet 1UU Hllewulks pie establish a trade or demand for our dominate yet there are a number of The flour which I did and hope to make open parks ami boulevards sidewalks are covered tho second a Irvine triti in tho final enu it buildings belngstuported Key AVest is situated on one of tho by arches and columns flush with many islands at the extreme south the street Doorways and windows ernend of Florida which your read- - like the ceilings inside are high and ioiiya uu i ki3c flmliHrcu bnmv Tin liirwst r Via oil wwuu nalniost link now The front door corn opens in nearly every ease into a r zrv7rrtsvrs9trrs7rsrs portion of the inhabitants ure H nosed of Cubans and the great bulk court and the windows are of iron have ofthem cannot speak English They grating The best residences writ- inside blinds Much has been i ft miiim u n tura ten about the disadvantages under lng the animal they get lioni tho which tho Cuhan young man labors shells m calltd along the eoat Thqy in courting bis lady love but his are principally cigar makers This hardship should not bo so great as it s Pictured for the reason that tho place has mi trade except with them- - bars are rather wide apart and there selves and the vecsols coming In and Js r0m for a Hxnwm m ki mnut going The government spends a the moonlight groat deal of money hero yearly and a day ok sinuT SKriNO he been doing so for a great many There is much sight heelng to be yeais building wnat is caneu a jetty done in and about tho quaint old t protect the channel lor vessels town In this tho Jacksonville con or go homo coming in and going out Besides it tingent recoidbusiness will What folto boast of with a is now building several large forts lows is but the work of a part of one The old forts here 1 think huvo day In tho office of the Grand Hotel proved to ho piactically worthless Iasijo at which the Jacksonville ag tunvnamjim gregation ffAtttY posted a slaying since the improved navy guns have notice that is 1i p in was excursion at an bjen inveutid in Ibehiht lew years lu charge ol three English speaking At Key Wiht while there the gov gtiideswould leu o ho hotel on a three ernment old a lot of provisions thtu hours tour K J Triay Henry Mr Iluati and other friends were lelt after moving tho troops Fritot vlsitois guaranteed it as being of the In a Hrst clitss trip for the sum of two away that weie Motioned there this hale was UK barrels of Hour American dollars and at the ap 100 or inoio baruls or niolasses aud pointed hour a dozen or more three left the hotel nee and otherthlngs It was claimed heated victoriasdrive of half an with tho party A hour w cavil aud worms had gotten in that took the crowd through the western the llotirl J eamined it I but lound lull l in lliu i lly nut tho ilrt point KMUMMMNHMMMMMUl nothing wiong with It Jt was sold visited was the botanical gardens audfor it mere song Flour rlco and summer rtsldenceof the Cuban Cap-a tain General The grounds were molluscs weio In tact almost glon rovotK Thetropical growth Issu- away fcouiu one was to blame for porb great tall royal palms being tho The Jackson- thin tho iiartv or imr ties having con- - most conspicuous tho tml of it hilled to do their duty villlans went all through was palace now vacant and which last oc This war him la en a money making cupied by uptaliiCionoinl Weyler sclu me Irom start to finish The drive from tliu botanical gar I will llulsli up this scribble it bo- - dons to the cemetery Christopher over a lngaiontlniiatlon ol my former let- Colon was through splendid turnpike a fertile country road aud ter by enclosing a clipping from the ViJ till A itwkpf iitt nu llwi iililitT iwitnt It flu l4V VtlllT VHU UI tf Citizen of this iutertst was the little tlll of grKs TinwH Union and plot place It w 111 I otoinewlint of a rep under which tlie victims of the bat Not one hundred tleship Maine etition ol what J have already writ yards away lay an elaborate mar Â¬ stands read ble monument carved by noted ten but will show you and tho Head of Clinton Street eisor tholtuiNPAiioUT that others Italian sculptors and erected by the look at llavanna exactly as I do city of Havana at a cost of more -- Â¬ tar tunltflnn nlinuf nn flio nnint less remains of the dead and taking a few snan sliots and mementoes to prove to friends at home that such a thing really existed the delegation left the gruesome sight on the return trip to the city The drive this time was along the pea shore beside the many shore batteries and forts erected by Spain to defend the city against American invasion The ride was interesting and picturesque Oceas ionally the party would meet evidences of Cuban poverty In little the honk yahd While standing upon the bones of children clothed as they were born thousands upon thousands of human Others would hold out their hands beings In u corner of the cemetery for a penny but hegglng Is rapidly knw w ho bone yard the Ion the decline Tho United States lovers and upholders of free Amer- - Government Is furnishing the de- Â¬ lean Institutions political social and serving and needy families with religious were shocked at the know- - rations and soon there will be no ede that a civilized neonle cmihl more want tolerate such a desecration of the HAVANA OATHEDRAIi dead From time beyond know- Â¬ Havana Cathedral was next vis ledge is has been the custom of tho Spanish Government to exact u rent Ited The entire party left the carper annum for space in the cemetery riages and entered The niche where from those who are unable to buy a thealleged bones of Columbus reposed burial plot Should a family die out until taken away by tho Spaniards a become scattered or poverty stricken few months airo was pointed out by or for any reason the annual tribute I ho guide Tho Spaniards kindly was not forthcoming the remains of left a marble wreath that still occu Â¬ mose interred in mat small portion pies a position above where the of Gods acre were dug up and bones reposed But they did not oust into tho bono yard This place hesitate to take the handsome Colum- Â¬ Is surrounded by a wall about six bus monument that stood in tho The marble feet high with a wooden gate as an body of the cathedral entrance It is not more than 100 base is still there feet square but very deep The I will leave hero to morrow morn- ing for Savannah Ga and other i ovn f f it nio bone yard and dumped upon the points as I have stated I cannot heap which is fully thirty feet deep get home before the 10th or 10th of or even more So recent have some Februury if then of the transfers been made that Yours truly human hair of all shades can be seen John E Miles lying amid the bones A Â¬ Â¬ thnn 100000 In roentrnmnn nf tlui bravery of sixty nine firemen who lot their lives in an explosion Over the graveirof tho heroes of the Maine there U not even a wooden slab to mark their resting place Going from ono point to the other and listening to the talk of the guide the contract was deeply Impressed in the minds of the good American citizens from Jacksonville all feeling that the Maine Heroes deserve a lusting und substantial monument Suffered 20 Years m fi I I Dr Miles UemeUlss aro sold by all drug Â¬ Mllae gists under n nosttlve guarantee first bottle bcnctlu or money re Â¬ jfc-- Restores funded Bool on dis Â¬ Health eases of tho heart and nerves free Address DU MILE3 MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind Its MARY LEWIS wifo of a promi nent farmer and well known by all old residents near Belmont N Y writes Tor twenty seven years I hadbeon a constant sufferer from nervous prostra- Â¬ tion aud paid laru sums of money for doc- Â¬ tors and adrcrtled remedies without bene- Â¬ fit Threo years ago my condition was alarming the least uolic would startlo and unncrvo me I was unable torlccp had a number of sinking Fpclls and slowly grew worse I began using Dr Miles ltcstoratlvo Ncrvlno und iero und Liver Fills At first the medicine seemed to huvo no effodt but after taking u few bottles I began to notice a chango I rested better at night my appe- Â¬ tite began to lmprovo and I rapidly grew better until now I am ua nearly restored to health n3 ceo of m7 ago may expect God blMsUrMHeservIne M i Nervine II MS --- W T- LIQUORS i LOWEST PRICES Am 8rryf t0 jam limn r- Thss handsome table Mnhog nny inluid lop und sholf 2u yT7rypy iii Coal w i wooiariuge Jellico gyvirywTyyyy 0 B R Rgers S2 50 Sons G Conl S D MATTEEU THE- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I -- Â¬ Doesnt need to be sifted Mined in large COAL lumps sold in large lumps Theres nothing1 left but ashes af ter you burn it Its COAL tlie coal for economi- cal people Sold only by Â¬ iiiiiiler FRANKFORT KY Trade Marks DCSIQNB c J 334 MAIN STREET A ilng n tkctrh mid iloacrlntlnn may milt I n our opinion freo wnether an inhljr tiiitentable Pnmtiiunlpji iiivuiilliiii - i nuns iriiiir i ituudummi llHnilhnnknn lAtontii luutirnu iiiuuhi iicuney lor socurmtr jnitinift Co rectilro latonts tukon throuuh Munn tptcial notice without cliareo In tho Copyrights Scientific Jltitencan handiomclr lllustratf d wookly Iarsest clr euUtton of anr nclotmtln Journal Tvrma ti a i doiu 117011 nowgiieniero Tinr iciur inuuins A i MUNN Co38DMd New York I Urancli Otllce bU I St Washington Â¬ C I I For KentStore Room Â¬ Â¬ A DUDLEY BLANT0N - iSiSilJg Telephone 100 I Tliolnrjjo Htoie room in las onlo Temple ono or the best In tlie city Is offered Tor rent Apply to Cnpt B Q ISIilam or Uon T Farmer 4 tf 4 OTWI WIWJMWMWWIOWI W PERSONAL Mr A M Duvall of Poaks Mill wnu lioro Monthly Mr June Grivlo of Owen county was In the city Tuesday Mr Robort Moyora of Loulsvlllo is viRltlng Irlaiidn In this city Mr Frank W Mlllor of Richmond was horo vostorday on business Mr David P Davis Is visiting friends in Cincinnati this week Mts Noel Oulnes and son John V have Joined Oapt Gaines in Ouba Miss Sophia Heudtiek visited friends in Ait Sterling this week Mr 0 0 Fox of Danville was In the city Wednesday on legal buuiness Miss Francis Wolf spout Sunday in Â¬ i J Sit i The many warm friends of Itev and fflS In Dr Howard A M Henderson this city will be glad to know that He he Is convalescent after llvo months suffering Irom an attack of tropical fever contracted while with his reg Â¬ iment 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry in Cuba The disease was compli cated with others which renders Ills recovery more slow than would DOLLARS BECOME ELASTIC HERE otherwise be the case It will be some months before Dr Henderson will be uble to resume his place in his pulpit SB this week Dr Henderson Is deservedly pop 9 w5 Miss Mary Keith Miles is vijltlng ular here where he lived so long hor Bister Mrs Carroll Q Wright NO 41 ST CLAIR STREET NEAR BRIDGE and his recovery will he a source of at Norfolk Va Joy to many Miss Lena Scott nf thlu nfl1rJ spent Sunday in Lexington the Hits the Nail Squarely on Its Head guest of friendR Mrs Mary 0 lionnett and daughter The Evening Times of Tuesduy Heavy Snows have gone to New Orleans to spend Milks J E M Froim the best the rest of tao winter has the following to say of the moss patent flour on earth Mills Whole Wheat Flouh From nil over the country ccmes Miss Fronch of Mt Ster buck Senators who voted to reject the ling is the guest of Mrs T if Rod- Â¬ the treaty It hits the nnll squurely contains allberry nutritive elements of the news of heavy snows even as far The coarse woody the wheat man Third street i on the fiber alone being eliminated on its head and clinches it If south as Mississippi Miss Christine Bradley was the under side In the fur west railroading wa properly cooked it makes a more The Leading Specialists of America guest of Mrs Gen Wilbur It Smith Many Every word said in the Senate in palatable bread than white flour practically nt it standstill 20 YEARS IN OHIO in Lexington this week Highly recommended by medical trains are blockaded in snow drifts praise of that corruptagltatorAguin authorities for persons having Indoor Esq W L Cannon of Midway was 250000 Cured every moment of delay in employment and of sedentary habits and a great deal of suffering was tl e the guest of his brother-in-laMr uldo nnd ratifying the treaty afforded direct Geo F Berry this week MiLia OiuiiAM Flour tho very result IWECURESTRICTURE to the disaffected finest quality of Graham flour over Tho snow fell to the depth ofnbinl Miss Estha Burnam is visiting hor encouragement Thoasands of young nnd mlildlo aged put on nnn aro troubled Willi this dlaeaso many grandparents Major Curtis F Bur Â¬ elements in Cuba nnd Porto Rico of bran this market Not a mixture flveincheshere and was dry nnd and low grade flour but the powdery cailly unoonsclouely Tucy way havo a cmart- nam and wife in Richmond drifting Monday As Senator Morgan declared there Is whole product of the best wheat ing senaation fmall twining stream sharp cnttluc pains ot times rligbt dis Rov Lewis N Thompson of Louis- no question that Aguinaldo was led thoroughly cleaned and ground by the street cars had a hard time to charge difliculty in commencing weak ville visited His father Oapt Ed to believe that ho had powerful an improved process nrarnna rmljlon nnd all tho svmntoms keep moving ns the wheels spun of nervous dcbilltj they have BlltIC Porter Thompson this week a perfect around on the track the cars moving Milks Gehmolina bucking in this country though as TUItn Dont let doctors cxperimenton breakfast food Made of wheat Con- Â¬ very slowly you by c ittlng stretching or tearing Hon 0 C Spalding you ihiswiliunicuroyaunsuw from Marion county was a Senator Stewart stuted in traveling taining all the valuable elements of turn our MIIV MU11 uu J11 from the far west to Washinglon he the wheat berry necessary for aiv visitor in this city this week MKNT absorbs tho strlcturo tlssne Red Hot From the Gun henco remoi os tho strlcturo nennanentlv nut meet a single individual who taining life and building up the tisMrs J 0 Moiton und Miss Bailie did It can novor return No pain no suffer- Â¬ body Superior to oatmeal ing no detention from business by our Jackson have returned from a pleas opposed tho Immediate ratification sues of theUueakpast ball that lilt G 13 Stead- motnod inasexuaiorgnDsarestrongin flakes made Was the ant visit to friends in Louisville of the treaty The Southern people of Miles ened Tho nerves ore invigorated and the very best Kentucky wheat man of Newark Mich in the Civil the bliss ot manhooa returns Mrs W 8 Barbour who has been were hardly less unanimous in its carefully selected and thoroughly War It caused horrible Ulcers the guest of her cousin Mrs W H favor The eastern section of the cleaned All tho woody outer coat Â¬ that no treatment helped for 20 yeai Posey loft for Versailles Friday Thousands of vounor and middle aged country wus equally so Upon what ing of the bran being scoured off and Then Rucklens Arnlrti Salve curcd men aro lialng their sexual rigor tnd Misses Rubj Duvall Gatewood and rational ground the obstructionists in then crushed by an improved pro- him Cures Cute Bruises Burin vitality continually rapped ny tms ats-cess It Is easily prepared for break- Bolls Felon- Corns Skin Ei uptlonc Ida stone are the guests of Judge ease ihey are trcqucntiy uncontclooi Senate based their opposition It fast as this crushing process makes Best Pile cure on earth 25 cents a the of the cauio of these symptoms General Yates and family in Georgetown Weakness Unnatural Discharges tail Sold by J Not an ar- Â¬ it soft and tender and easy to cook box Cure guaranteed is difficult to determine In Manhood Nervousness Poor Mem Miss Florence Olark has been visit Â¬ Very much superior to oat meal or W Gayle Druggist ory Irritability lit times Smarting Sen was advanced by them ing her sister Mrs Carlton Graham gument cracked wheat sation nun Ken iyca wim uarK circle worthy of a moments consideration Heau uacK uenerai uenreaaion iacK in Georgetown who is quite siok EXECUTORS NOTICE Miles Farina the most delicate Hhrunken Varicocele of Ambition Well wheat from Farts etc UliKUr and BX1UU1UKK Miss Nellie Orbison of Woodford They simply blindly and foolishly preparation mv bo the causa Dont consult famllr adapted for use In the sick room or I have been bv the Frmiklln County Court county was the guest of her grand- Â¬ played a desperutegame and lost it dootorr as they have no experience in for young children as well as making duly qualified as the executor of the lit will of these special diseases dont allow mother Mrs H Berry this wetjk Colored Recruits John 8 Uurvle deceased und all pirtles IndebtQuacks to experiment on you Consult delicious food for well people ed to the estate of said decedent ur equMel ripoclallsts who havo mode a life study of Mrs Sam H Bush and children of These products an all made of to make lujment to me and those muring Diseases ot in en ana women unman Louisville have been guest of Mr state will posl- METHOD War Department has wired choice Kentucky Wheat which has claims ugulnst said tme will present the same The prouerly proven to tlvely cure you One thousand dollars Geo F Berry and wife this week JOHNS LINDSEY Lieut W T Johnston recruiting tho finest flavor known Sunerior to for n caso we accept for treatment and Exr of John 8 liume cannot euro iormsmoderatotoracuro Mrs Bessie HuydonBurt of Mon- officer at Lexlngtbn Ky to enlist Northern Spring Wheat or White 24 m Wheat tana is visiting her parents Mr for cavalry and In- Â¬ CURES GUARANTEED colered applicants All manufactured by John Haydoa and wife in this city In the District Court or the United States for SON MILES Wo treat and cure sending the former to EMISSIONS the District ot Kentucky Mr Oscar Parmer of Louisville fantry service VAIUC00EM2 BYPIIILIB OLRET In Bankruptcy Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky 8THICTUHE IMPOTENOY BEORET Cfttuo here on Monday with the body Fort Grant AVizona and the latter 19 tf DKATNB UNNATUKAL DlrjUllAllU IN THE MATTER OF WILLIAM A B0LL1KG to Fort Douglas Salt Lake City of his nephew Mr Furmor Current KSKinNKYAndnLAIDEUDlseases A BANKRUPT FHEK BOOKS CONSULTATION This is an excellent opportunity Rev W E Gwatkin of Louisville On this 7th day ol February A D U89 nn FREE If unable to call write for Umbrella Lost considering the petition of the Hfuresald bank- Â¬ QUESTION attended the funeral of his young for young colored men to get into BLANK for UOMB rupt for discharge Iled o the Ctb dav of Febru TREATMENT frlond Mr Farmer Ourront on Mon- the regular army 1899 ary A t Is day Green silk umbrella with green hearing be bad It ordered onthe court that m the 25ih day Recruits for white Infantry and wnnripn hunilln Inst nn Mntnrcliiv reoiairy t J upon the tame court at Louis f ibJJ net r him Mr Will II Stone Commissioner forenoon also wanted somewhere between tho residences of vlllas In said rilstrlc nt HJoelpck In tlmthat noil practlable and or near thereto of insurance was called to George- cavalry regiments are q i iu m n i 122 W FOURTH STREET W T Johnson iui x Kiun wiiii ii uii wiinuj Diiwif uiertxu uv iuuiinuti uiieiiiupi lutiuuuuuituuui Apply to Lieut town Tuesday as a witness in Clrouit sxlil that all and Miss Lutie Ware on Clinton a nespaper printed Inother district nnd Inteiest CINCINNATI O Court persons In Main street Lexington Ky and street Liberal reward for return to known creditors said time nnd place nnd show I mar appear nt Mr Clarence MoDaniel and sister AB 4K AbbbI tK B ftiH fcBV 1 any they have wi y the pnijer ot sild cause if 24 4rH thlsofllco Fire Thursday petitioner should not be granted Miss Ntitulie were guests of Miss Witness the honorable John W Birr Judge of Bessie Vuughan in Lawrenceburg said court und the seal tlier or nt Frmkiort in Sunday The residence of Judge A It Dr Cadys CondMfon iowUcrs an sold district on the 7th day of February I i OJUIM iN tlerk Mr Jacob Corbotc jr of WIckllfT Burnam on Wast Main street was just whatn horse needs when in bnj leal By T K WIAUU D 0 Tonic blood purifier and condition H4 U Ballard county was here this week slightly damaged by fire on Thurs They aro not food bu His many ft lends were glad to see day The woodwork under the floor vermifuge TKE- medicine and the best in use to pnt n him again caught from a furnace but It was horse in primo condition Price 25 Mrs Nannio R Duvall of Now- extinguished The loss was cents per package nAir tuna nnllprl harn liv th unrintm soon by Insurance For sale by J W Gayle and illness of her mother Mrs Hugh covered Gayle Co Rodman LeCompte To Be Sold Again Mr W K Wright of Columbus Ga was called here by tho serious In the U S Court of Appeals nt illness of hor mother Mrs Hugh Cincinnati on Tuesday the It N Rodman llulba ami Ilanti have gone to tliouniniliar atllU ill u B Railroad was ordered to be tomen for half a tenluryond la crlebrule thoCOth j nr Lieut Jurey U S A and wife were I sell or Desiring to chance my residence I at tho Capital Hotol this week sold again by Commissioner Dultelle lease my stable on Ann street Thiswill the best In buluc we have luued GolJeu Wedding edition vt Is Lieut Jurey inspected tho Stato thus nfllrming Judge Burrs decision located stable In tho tlty is well adapted to the mm livery bus ness mm nueruiiy patroiuzeu Arsenal wniiu ueru wlilcb li a work of rt 24 aget lltlingrnplietl In nilori Brave Men Fall Mrs W II Qrider of Uussollvlllo W B LUCKETT lmgfH llllnl ulih tmnilMiiiie pugM touvenlr nenrly 2iil half lone lllustrntlom of iTowrn Vnielnlln Iliiuu who has boon tho guesL of her l rultitU Ilftsntlvtwundla while ml gold A iimr parents Col S 0 S iyroj and wife vet In cKtulogue making nn Buthoiltymi MliulJi Victims to stomach liver and pertulnliiK to IhOKurdon wlthcore for tlipfiiiioniid n lias roturned homo Wanted kidney troubles as well as women ilfcrlrllverutaloue of all that ladeilraljle li e H luit win r eiulvo lo give away lwllacrimluati Minn ITntUn Wnnr nf YniirnrHtnwn lllld all feel tllO riSUItS ill lOSS Ol rterynne Intireitnl In a goo1 garden l have iii UierrforeweHllI tend the Julile nnd lit lor N Y und daughter of tho late appetite poisons in the blood back Three or four gentlemen of ability Ool Ed 0 Went Is a visitor of Miss ache nervousness headache and for light work Salary 10 oer week HVKIt HIMbowor Utcla worth ol nucdIBofOtO Ivta for Full Amount ttlla crtalt Moggie Woodsons on Ewlng street tired listless run down feeling But Call between hours of 0 anil 10 a m parcfauo to bay otatr Eoda tlUTOS 110 llCfd tO fCOl HIjO tllllt and 1 and 2 p in Vloks Llttlo Comit Catalogue limply tho nwr iianay Tlmunnn una lamuy Tdnvlllo on It la A perfect little inn of price llt J Ur E It CliAItK of Versailles havo removed to this Guide condtnuul finely llluilmted nnd In h nnl c B Ittewnro HeHii tiaH making It convenient for rcfeienie IHII No U43 Lewis street 2l 2t olty to reside and are located on Conway street between Third and Just tho thlnir for u nun when he Is Vloko Illustrated Monthly Marrnzlnr all run down and dont care whether Enlarged Improved and uitoiliif un nit inlilit pourcj relating to Gardening llorili nltiire in Wnm Horrible agouy Is caused by Piles he lives or dies It did more to give a year Hiii clnl Ihllll otlei the tlnulm Mr Fred Kellnor and brldo nee iriL I10W strength and good nppetlto Bums and Skin Diseases These are one car and the Julilii fur J i enln Weltzel returned trom thoIrbridaV than anything I could take I can immediately relieved and quickly Jar new plan of ultlni ViitW Budi glvat you mora for your nonay than any atad houia la Amailca trip on Saturday night They wont m ea iuythlng and have a now cured by Do Witts Witch Hazel JOHNSON HOGE on to their homo in Loulsvillo Mon- r0 cents nt Salve Beware of worthless Imita mo on j aav T Hemphill and W W nivlnri Store Kverv tions Tvler 811 MAIN STIEKT McKeo Hard p Ool Thos II Corbett of Paducah bottle guaranteed Rochestor N Y Nov 2fltf Lexington the guest of friends Mr Geo 0 Wobb of Lexington was here Wednesday on lugul busi ness Dr Ohas Kearns Jr of Loulsvillo was tlio guest of mends hero tills week Miss Jano Lyno of Lexington was the guest ot Miss liazelrigg this week Misses Georgia and Jennie Penn are visiting Mr Uul Snydor and wife in Richmond Miss Jonnio Whittlngton of Vor eaillos is tno guest ot Mrs Ed L Stanton Miss Mary Tyler was the guest of Misses xieoecca ana jsilu Johnson a cand date for Railroad Commis sioner fr nn t ho First District Tudjjo 0 W L ster State Inspector has returned from his annual lispee tlon of the Lddylllo Ponltontinry and tho Western Lunatic Asylum tit Ilopklnsvllle Dr L S Hughes AHlng Assistant Surgeon US Army left Charleston 3rd on tho traimport S C Fob Sartitota as Assistant Surgeon of tin 3rd U S V Engineers their destination is Cieufiiegas Cuba Mr W D islanding who has boon on duty tit the Hermitage dtstlllory was transferred to Maysvlllo on Thursday afternoon and Mr J A Bryan of Lexington assigned to Bliuidlng left Mr relieve him Thursday night for Maysvlllo Â¬ Â¬ shaclng hands with his ninny friends in this ulty this week lie Is was mmwmmmmmm k7 lift pM A J3 Thou People nisi rccffini 5 SLA y it Mi sea a j aw i KYZrZ2ZMZ2JZySE3S i ite Want the Best I 7ttJSZS32Zjfe75ZZJ3LJS2gLi i nm w V lS9 DEALING HERE THEY GET IT Oood News i Mm Pips m i M Mns Ha iiiAr linyf laitg anil Lace JF mm M 4 Â¬ CALL AND SEE OUR GOODS sf Â¬ c li isei gin Bro m 4 1 mm flifllMiflflil 2I DRSKK I Â¬ Â¬ M w m -- Â¬ Â¬ WECURE GLEET Â¬ Â¬ ty - f if i m Â¬ Â¬ 1 4 4 1 i Â¬ Â¬ riRa Kennedys Kergan 4 i Â¬ i 1 -- IS I For Sale or Lease SEEDS i VICK lOci S VicksfnTFlSr I Guide r I i i lf i I ORSETS amw 1y Iji Â¬ I James Vicks Sono5 4 nummutm Letter From Cuba class itlmost no linked nnd starve to A Big Mule Â¬ Governors Mansion Damaged LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET About 11 oclock on yesterday I dont know what dny this Is or A transfer company bought in Cin but yester cinnati recently what Is to be he morning an alarm called the fire We give below a letter from one of thoilnto of the month largest entile of its age In the world boys to tlio Governors Mansion It our Frank fort boys now with the day I took a stroll over a hill for It Is ffirco years old measures 18 was found that coal had rolled out of Third Kentucky Volunteers In Cuba about two miles and wo came ton hands mid 1 inch In height nnd n grate in Gov IJrndleys room on It Is from Private August Hzyman- - Krecn banana patch nnd went a llltlo weighs When fully lll pounds believed be 21 the second floor and had burned further and canio to a eocoanut Ml son of Mr Alex S7viniinskl through tlio lion to the dining room orchard Wo emtio to a lemon bush grown ho will it is Matanas Cuit below and aNo up through the d got about flity lemons oT of one hands high Dearest Votlier Father awl nil Wo were bush They grow something Itko a Dangers of the Grip Tho bananas Columbus gooseberry binh Ga and wo lelt on Tuesday Jan- - Knv on a high Htall one bunch on a The greatest danger from LaGrlppo If uitry 18th and arrived at Sivairhah stalk The eocoanuts on a high tree is of its resulting In pneumonia reasonable care is imud however Ga on the tflth We had to load on Tho top is something llko a cornstalk and Chamberlains Cough remedy the transport Mlnnewaska and we ntitl on top of that Is the tree nnd taken all danger w 111 be avoided I have not Heenany Among coeoinuts wero loaded hy oclock tint night the tens of thousands fur la Wo pulled out to sen at It oclock 01 nnge trees but somu of the boyH who have this remedy Our transport was a very large one brought some to camp mid wo ate gtlppe we have yet to learn of a sin ule ease having resulted In pneumo We were on the water two days and them but they wero not quite ripe nia which I went to a Cuban homo and they this remedy shows conelulvely ttiat nights The first day I g t sea two is a certain pieveutntlve sick but the next day I was all rkht made motions for me to come in and of that dangerous dlhcnsc It will We had hammocks to sleep In The I went hi and it looked like olden cure la grippe in less time than any is other treatment lat mornlin we were 011 the boat times Just the same as you sec sale to take ForIt sa e pleasant and by J W The pictures of olden times This house Gaylo the oa was pretty rough waves wre higher than a two story had no tloor but they wero as com True as Gospel bou e There were fidi bigger than fortable as we are in their olden time a man You could see them jump house honest man I never cheated 1 also saw a place where they out of the water The sea was so make lime and if you would seu said the green goods dealer who fin Â¬ clear you could ee the bottom When we landed here at Matan this place you would think you were ished his term In tho penitentiary zas I was on a detail to help with at u show The Cubans work for The worst of the matter is bo told the mules and was one of the tlrst Uncle Sam and we dont w ork inuih the truth The man who buys bogus money with the hope of getting rich out of the Third Kentucky to laud f hev do the most of it thev are the tlirouKh passing it off on others is as T oversaw The It was a pretty bard thing to un best people to work u eront a rogue us the man who sold n mj w Lrniwlm fir n T hivn load we were on land something like a limestone rock nnd him the green goods The first morning wocouhl not get any thing to eat it very rocky at some places Where Mr S A Fackler Editor of the and Wf were so hungry wo stole we are camped is grass and veeds Micanopy Flu Hustler with his omo canned bacon and ate It raw but they burn up In u week from the wife mid children suffered terribly B i yiluJllu xvlth u itpruul ImnltMfk hotsun This is a bad nam fur Cure was the only remedy that IiW night wo put some bacon In a shoes You can wear a pair of shoes helped them quickly It acted can and put it away and tills morn- - out in a week on this rocky ground Thousands of others use this remedy as a specific for La Grippe and its ing we could not eat It and we threw It cuts the leather like a knife Tyler after eflects it away A Cuban child came along The weather is fine over here In exhausting and W McKee Hurdle the middle of the day it is about 100 Hemphill and picked ft up and took it home A New Version You can see Cuban children picking in the shade and in the evening and up bread crumbs the soldiers throw t night it is cool At night you away women witn Dautes in tneir nave to cover witn two oiankets to Prof II A Vaughan the Owen arms come around tlio camp and keep warm In daytime you utmost News punster poet and wit has pick up stale stuff and eat it I saw have to go naked I think this is a rendered a new version of the Biblisome children over here and they fine place I am satisfied so far cal story of Sodom and Gomorrah look like skeletons They havo very The only thing that bothers me is He says When the prophet an- little flesh on them They have been theday of the week nnd the date of nounced that Sodom would be de- starved It would muko you laugh the month 1 dont know what to- stroyed by fire the brass band of that to talk to these people They try to day is and cant find any one who thriving little city in order to celebrate tlio approaching event struck learn us Cuban talk and we try to does know This Is not our camp We are up the tuno of Therell be a hot time There learn them the American was a Cuban here this morning learn- Â¬ hero for two or three weeks we go in the old Town To night nnd that ing us to talk but till we could do to Colon a town about thirty five Mrs Lot in her flight to safety was to make signs It is lots of fun miles from here Wo are waiting on heard tile music and could not resist to be around them They uro white our baggage The ship Ifns to be the last opportunity of taking a unloaded first and then we leave for birds eye view over her shoulder at brown ant black as ink There are some fine looking people Colon We will go by railroad Wo her native city and was immediately here Some of them dress like they are camped in dog tents on tho side turned to a pillar of salt have money to burn and tho lowtr of a fort captured by the Americans on the Matunzas bay We had t j Bean the s ns Kina You Haw Always Bought pass hi review in the city this morn Signature ing and it surprised me There are of 1 some tine houses in the town they Alorganlowns Scourge are one and two stories high They havo no windows only iron bars like a jail or prison Inside they Spinnl meningitis or spotted fever have as nice a place as any body has decimated the town of Morgan They liave 60IHO of the finest furni- town Ilutler county Some twenty ture you over haw They paint the five deaths have occurred in the last J hoiwesjust like they do jnKentueky week and a large number of persons You used all The htreets are narrow and are laid have been attacked by the dread I like a brick street scourge of There is not a store bank or hotel There are groceries of all kinds and 1 any thing you want here The open in the town There wero but dies it streets are lighted by electric lights very few people left In the place and I they are those who cannot get away yield it is It is the prettiest place I ever saw There are not nurses eno gh for When we were coming back from It j tho review wo came near having those down with the disease An appeal fir help ha been made trouble witli the 12th Now York itself in Regiment but it quieted down by the physicians of the town i I I I i tj is This is the regiment that caused the name Working Night and Day troublo In Lexington Ky when wo la were camped there f The busiest and I have just found out the dnto thine that over wasmightiest is little 1 seri- a Dr of the month and the day of tho Kings New Life Pills made Every pill wtek It is Monday I mail this Is u sugar coated globule of health ous affection to day the i3rd This Is all I that changes weakness into strength I Pliavo to write brain fag You this time Will llstlessness into energy into mental power Theyre wonder- Â¬ tell you all I see and all I can write ful in building up the health July will about in the next letter 25e per box Sold by J W inyle Your loving son build la t we are In Cuba liaekliu u for a week In loath FUKNISHUD nYCILOVEH Cc DUHUMTT LOUtaVILtKTOUACCO WAIII5HOUSE At If celling under the roof The roof wax burned off The extreme cold hindered the llremeii in their work the finally subdued but they fliimcs The most of the furniture was removed but in a damaged condition But little in the Gover nors room was s tved The loss was about rni0 with Insurance to tho amount of joU on tho house and 4000 on the States Â¬ furniture Owing to the cold weather alarm although received by firemen was not struck on the bell as the mechanism is put so oforderbythe cold that It will the the fire Â¬ out not strike For Sale I 1111 Â¬ As agent for the Methodist Church South of this city I will sell the Trashdarkordamnged 4 PEWS now in said church They tobacco Common Oolory trash 5 will be sold cheap Apply to Medium to good oolory 22 tf ll ItOGEKS Salos on our markot for tho week just closed aniountto4 955 hlids with rocolpts for the samo period of 2000 hhds dales 011 our market sinco Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 21215 hhds Sales of the crop of 1S08 on our market to this Into amount to 27502 hhds Tho offerings this New Uurloy week have not Included ns ninny hhds of good to lino leaf as appcarod Inst week nnd tho bettor grades which have ofTored have sold nt prlcos ranging between 10 nnd 16 Tho vory common grades of tho red types havo shown a little more strength this week while tho oolory trashes Unvo remained steady at tho improvement roported last weok Tho flllorv kinds soiling from Co to Oc hnyomotn more regular market but havo shown no material ndvinco The receipts havo fallen off considerably during tho past few days on ao count of tho vory cold weather nnd tho offerings will probably bo smaller next woek Old Builov Tho aalea during tho week bavn included some tlno grades of old burley which sold as high as 51925 The grades selling from 10 down romainod firm at tho improve- Â¬ ment recently reported Tho following quotations fairly represent our market for burloy to- Â¬ bacco 1808 oroD Â¬ 00 50 5 50 7 00 10 00 9 00 10 50 13 14 16 18 26 7 00 Mr Merritt Williams who Common lags notoolory 8 00 Common Oolory lugs has been at Anuiston Alu with Medium to good colorj 10 00 lugs the troops us a teamster reto medium leaflO 005 to his homo in this city Common to good leaf turned 14 00 Medium 10 00 He is in excellent Good to fine loaf vesterday 18 00S Selector wrappery health Â¬ trash 7 00 00 00 00 00 00 THE UNDABOUT I - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE PEOPLE5S PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads i mj r That Cony Hangs On OASTORIA I Csjmst it J Â¬ Subscription Only 1 Per Tear have sorts cough reme but does not too deep j seated may wear out time but to jii more produce grippe pneumonia or j throat need something that give you strength and fup the body 5 i ttX v 1- AUHUfeT Naturally Gratified v SCOTTS EMULSION I will do this when everything f 1 Sure Preventative of Skippers The President and Cabinet as well as those moit anxious about tlio wel- Â¬ 7 else iails There is no doubt It about it nourishes 1 r strengthens builds up and makes the body strong and healthy not only to throw ott this hard cough but to fortify the system against If you are further attacks down- or emaciated you run should certainly take this nourishing food medicine - fare of the country wero jubilant To keep skippers out of meat first over the ratification of tho treaty by dip the meat In hot boiling water the Senate on Monday and let It stay long enough to count It clears away all doubts as to the five take it out and rub it well wlthHtton and fears of Kuropenn en a mixture or blaeK ground pepper tanglemeiits vanish likewise and corn meal One cup of black House for Rent pepper to two cups of meal rub well while wet and hang up It ought Containing five rooms besides to be done tlio first week of Marcli kitchen and bath room on Main street For information apply to Dr O W Chlnn 201 Main street Center Shot 21 - v H vvV wv H- -- tr X anil Lm oiM - I H puniii HinfnuW -- H HI s tino ill druggllts new I qik H J z A Cleveland Judge lias handed down a decislon to tho effect that 11 oclock Is late enough fotany man to sIt up sparking his best girl lie is right Ifa man cannot talk himself Will euro Croup without fail dry and his girl crazy In threo hours ho hits no business to have a talking Tho host remedy for whooping cough Doses small Prico 25 ots at druggists equipment or a girl either DrBulls COUCH SYRUP BINDERY Hud aoUciUd Job Blank Books of all kinds gotten np in the highest style ot he art Work Old Books and Musio bound at lowtat ratos f all battles with Admiral Dewey nt Remember This Manila mid who Is now on hRwny home to visit his mother will no Dr Goldstein with many years oi reach lieto until early In May His experience itml reputation as u skill- Â¬ HMcroJ nt Mm tnitolls i tit Krnnkfort Kentucky home coming will bo far different ful specialist who has ndlustrd tin second cl inn mull iult mutter from vilinl lm iivniwliwl ulitsses to many of our best citizens Oiirtenderest sympathy Is extended in KruiiKiort ami all over theSlatp is GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub to the bereft family Our lather and still In our city mothers friend wo were proud to If you mi tincoiialn concerning FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 11180 claim her as ours tiKo your need of glares or doubt the accuracy of those you are wearing These are dangerous times for tho Treaty Ratified Croup colds and throat consult Dr Goldstein health Dr Goldstein makes no charges tumbles lead to Consumption A According to iiKiwiucnt tln US bottle of One Minute Cough Curu for n thorough examination and Senate pnwedutl to vote on tho rail u oil at the right time will preerve guarantees satlsfucl Ion life health and a large amount of flfiitlon of the trtutv of piiieo with money Pleasant to take children To Insui en happy now year keep Spain nt 1215 oclock p m on Mon like It Tyler it I loin phi and W tho liver clear and tue hotly vlgoroiiMcKco Hurdle by using De Wilts Little Early day Thu final vote stood its follow Rlseis the famous little pills for con Special Meeting of the Kentucky MidYens Aldrlcli Allen Allison stipation and liver trouble Tyler land Medical Association Hemphill and W McKeellanJle Bjkcr Harrows Hittlcr Carter Gluindlcr Clark Clay Cullom Davis Obituary A special meeting of this Associa Dfboe Elkins Fairbanks Faulkner tion will be held at Louisville Ivy Foraker Frye GiiIIIiikw OearGray Lines on tho death of my littlo Ultima llanshrouli IJiurls lltuv February 10th 189 bo tho guests niece Nannie Louise Muttorn who The Association will Kenney Kyle Joy Jones Nov died Jan 21 18 aged 4 years and liindsay Lodge MeUilde lMcEnery of Drs J GCecil Wm Cheatham months A 1 Vance and Louis Frank JMcLtuirin McMillan Mantle Mmon Dear little Nannie is gone The The following is the programme Morgan Noison lcnioic Perkins death of this lovely and promising TO 12 M MORNING HUSSION AM Pettus Piatt Conn PJatt X Y child hns cast a gloom over the hearts Clinics tit the Louisville Medical PritcliardJnay llSSSeell8houp of the many friends who were assocl Simon ripooiier Siuwurt Sullivan College N W corner First and ated with her dining her short stay Teller Tnurston NVuriun Welling- Chestnut streets among us for she was universally ton Wolcott 67 Clinics at the Kentucky University loved turd petti d by all 101 W Chest Â¬ Mays Bacon Unto Berry CitlVry Medical Depaitment The Rosebud of the household Joy Chilton Cuckicll Daniel Uoiuian nut street has withered on earth to bloom in Dinner at 12 oclock sharp at Si el Hale Jleitlleld Hoar Jones Ark heaven The little hands that now Mulloo Martin iMills Mhciiell bachs hotel Jth and Main streets lie cold across her lifeless brenst have Money Murpliy Paco Pettigtew AlTiniNOOX SHSlON ceased to do littlo acts of kindness for lltwlfngs iloacn tiniith IMlliiiuii Address by tfie President Dr F mamma an papa whom sho so Turley Turner Viht Ti L Lapsloy Palis Ky much loved but far above this Absent and Paired Messrs lBlil Typhoid Fever 1899 Dr U earthly gloom they will beckon us in and Wilson for with Mr V Williams Franktort Ky childish purity to that homo above White against and Messrs Procmr Medical Aspect of Appendicitis the clouds where our Heavenly inicJ Wet more- lor with Mr Turpie Dr J G Cecil Louisville Ky Father who currleth his lambs in against discussion or Ills bosom has cured for her more The gang that lias thus written its Typhoid Fever Dr C W Kuv tenderly than those who loved her own iufaniy in voting or national nnaugh Lawrencebur Ky best here could have done Her lively little nature has passed dishonor should be blacklisted by Medical Aspect of Appindicltis Dr J Garland Sherrlll Louisville from innocent childhood to holy the people forever and aye Ky iinglchood without the trials and Death of Airs Susan A Rodman Kindly notify Dr Louis Fiank temptations incident to a long life Louisville Ky if you evpect tout Then fond patents Another of the few remaining cit- tend Your are cordially invited to Give back your lamb to izens of this city who did so much be present A pleasant and profit- Â¬ The Good Shepherds care to give Frankfort her honored place able time guaranteed to all Safe on His breast will in the history of the State for liueud J 8 Coleman Secy She wait for you there hospitality and good fellowship in Frankfort Ky Aunt Mollik the days gone by has gone to the Dn F L Lapsley Pres Louisville Ky Feb 0 18J9 great beyond Purls Ky Mrs Suan A Rodman widow of This Association will meet in this When you ask lor DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve dont accept u countethat splendid man and skilled phy- Â¬ city in April There are more rfeit or imitation sician Dr Hugh Rodman died in cases of Piles being cured by this this city on Wednesday morning at Ihnn nil nthopa nmhlnul Tulpr Sr ln8 Kind You Have Always Bought Hemphill and W McKee Hurdle Bears the 9 oclock aged 74 years Mrs Rodman was before her marColdest of the Season riage a Miss Barbour of Oldham county Thursday morning tho thermom- Â¬ The Natural Result In early girlhood she was a hand- Â¬ eter went down to 10J degrees below some and commanding woman and As was to have been expected from zero by the government Instrument was happily married to Dr Rodman the asslnine conduct of such U S A number of private thermometers in Lagrange Not long after they removed to this Senators as Hoar Mason Gonnan rejii itered till the way from 8 to 27 city to reside and made their home Daniel Tillman and others the degrees below This was tlie coldest morning of here until separated by the tragic ignorant Philippinos who were kept hand of death when iier loved and osted by that traitor and spy the season and tho coldest for many honored husband was accidentally Agoucillo and who wero led to be years Latkh Yesterday morning the killed by being thrown from a lieve thit the attacks made upon the by these men were mercury went two degrees lower government buggy Mrs Rodman uus a woman oj bona fide and not grand stand Whew made an attack upon the many fine traits of head and heart plnw Quarantine American lines on Saturday night being always of a happy and cheery disposition She was the life and and Sunday The City Council hns quarantined got Just what they deserved center of evi ry circle in which ie They Lexington Louisville a sound thrashing and theAmerican against moved and made fast friend of all Georgetown and Nlcholusville The foices under Gen Otis and Admiral who came to know her Dewey mo mustets of tho situation ordinance says that no ono in any of She was a life long member of the Wo hold mid we doubt not the these places who has been thrown Presbyterian Church and when In contact with any contageous dis called to late the last enemy she was people will do the nunc that the ease shad conio into tills city under delayed the rati not afraid That Savior into whose Senators who have fication ol tlpi treaty by their fierce penalty of a fine of fiom S0 to 100 keeping she had committed her life unmeaning attacks upon it and and loved ones in early youth was and the government aie directly lespon Bears the her ntny and support f Tha Kind You Have Always Bought lble for every drop of blood which Signature Some weeks since she was attacked of with la grippe which finally ran into bus been shed As for AuonciUo the dirty py every pneumonia and although Prompt Payment thing that medical skill could sug took time by thesolorelock and skip soon as ho found ped for Canada gest was done she slowly sank until Tho promptest payment ever in ide out the ruin he and his iHioctate here upon the death of a member by the end wrought Had ho le any finleruul society was upon the She leaves tirn sous Dr W B truitoii had would doubtless havo cettlflctte of Ficd C Koch whise Redman of this city Dr John Rod inalned he been arrested as a spy or-- a traitor sudden and untimely death yester In another column Mr man of Waxnhachle Texas and day is with piomptly as the Kochs noted occurred at 8l it m diith Lieut Hugh Rodman U S Navy and dealt exigencies of tho case might tube and tit 2 0 p m within six IiouihJ Mrs Nannie and two daughters thereafter there was paid to tils Davull if Newport and Mrs W K Tiiisp mother sho being his beneficiary Wright wife ol Major Wright U S thousand dollars in full by the We nfTor One Hundred Dollars He one A and a hoit of warmly attached wuidforuny oiisoof Cutarrh that can Prudent Patricians of Pompeii of which order Air Koch was an rnrnejl relatives and friends to mourn her not bo cuicd by Halls Catarrh Caio J UHKNY A CO Props Tole- Â¬ member 3 Saginaw Michigan Ihr death aid Fob do O Tho funeral took pluck on ThursJO 11 Clark IW Lowis street is Wo tho undersigned huvo known F day ifternoiin at oclock from tho 7 Jhnney for tho lust 15 years und bo tho State tigcnt for the above named First Presbyterian Church of which lluvo him poifectly lionoi ublo in nil order und respectfully invites you to biiHlncbS transactions und flnunoinlly she had been a member for over 10 uhlo to cany out tiny obligations inude a protectorate membership In Pruott yeuri s rvlces being conducted by by their firm Primary No 1 of this city Row Dr J McClusky Blayney her West Truux Wholesale Druggists Lexingtons Primary pastor after which the remains were Toledo O Klnnun Marvin WholeWuldlug placed in the family lot in our cem- sale Druggists Toledo Ohio arranged by tho slate The etery Hulls CatuiTh Cuie la taken lntor blood gang went through In the primary A sad feature in this bereavement nully uutiag directly upon thosystem und mucous uurfuces of tho will bo the fact that her gallant son Price 76u per bottlo Sold by all Diug held on Tuesday last by tho Demo crats of the city of Lexington with Lieut Hugh Rodman of tho U S glttU Testimonials free out a bobblo Hulls Family Pills aro tho best who was in nil tho ti Raleigh TIB Frai Trcnsferrcd ti Ilant Soldier Dies Quito n number of member of tho I Fouith Kentucky Volunteers were nessee infantry who was In tho tit their reouest transferred to the thickest or the Ikht at Manila on Thhd US Engineers now under Saturday anil Sitiiday was slilekon Col W C Smith of the Flist Ten Â¬ A orders to proceed to Cuba II with paialysls a from his The rest of tho Fourth Kentucky horse When reached he win found were mustered out of the service dead this week Ho was a gallant soldier in the Confederate army In tho civil war Chamberlains Cough Remedy In Chicago He was a flnu architect and stood h ii in every way Hlsgen Bro i the popular South Side druggist comer llth st and edy and find that It gives tho most sutl faclory results especially among children for t evero colds and croup For sale by J W Gayle m a A deul Wentorth avsayWesell of Chamiierlalns Cough Rem a trrent Â¬ Â¬ 1 - IJrihg in your premium tickets bofort Murcli 1 They will not be food after Â¬ Â¬ that iliilc 1 21 Gt K McClufo For Rent Son - M - - Buys a Farm Â¬ Mr Kd L Stanton has purchased u fruit farm containing about 15 acres m tho Flat Creek pike some two and a half miles from town and will move out us soon as the weather moderates sufficiently To ward off La Grippe take a dose of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine on eoing to bed Anil Mob Law Upheld That desirable brick icsldeiiv No Kentucky Avenue Uoilepoint known ns tho Lawis properly Jt contains five rooms kitchen anil servants room Good stable and carriage house huge irarden never hilling cistern of pure water Apply 31 to 22 tf RoUNiMliuurOuiee J H Lnwis Â¬ Grip shatters the nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine builds them up aeain I Can--no- n The Court of Appeals rendered mi opinion this week which holds tho WM CROM IV ELL law to punish toll gate raiders and Attorney tit Law other mobs constitutional This is a good law and should bo rigidly enFrankfort Kentucky forced But when and where will Also FMate Agent itbedoiN The outlook for its en Courts ltmlVrtiiikllii nnd trio Wilt practice In th of udloliilnn counties forcement Is about its promising as and will also clve cueclul attonton to the dun clitise and rhp of reitlei tHte collation ot runts a snow ball in u certain warm region claims and heueKOtlatlon of loam Â¬ Â¬ - rnits THE North western Limited ELECTRIC LIGHTED N Â¬ 20th CENTURY TRAIN For St Paul Minneapolis Oulufli a m Â¬ Leaves Chicago 630 p in every day OASTORIA f Day light Train leaves Chicago except Sunday Â¬ NiRbt Express 1015 p m daily 830 daily ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA CMcap and North Western Railway The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Â¬ Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago J JACOB SWIGERT CO I i Â¬ Irxaxrance Agents 101 AND 102 OiLyn AOT STREET 1 t Â¬ i Â¬ Baseman of fh3 Capital Hotel iwwwmwiwwmiiMtwWMiwmtwwtiwiwmitttwtmiwiwiiiwtwpiwiw Â¬ Â¬ hows Â¬ We will wager 1500 that no bloyclo manufacturer ln Ainorlcola producing alllgbQrad Uloycle equal to our 1898 American Spoclal on which has bevn placed prloe of 86 and Is offering to the general publlo to all allko Further that our 500 ilEWilDi BICYCLES AT 2250 S3000 00t l-- Â¬ 1750 I rider for cash 3500 Are better bicycles than can be bongbt In America for the same money WeemnlOT no travaltns men Issue no eznenilve circulars sell our entlra nutnAt tn tha only have no bad debts thoreforo can Roll HIOYC1YU9 100 per ctnU I ehnarar than unv manufacturer tn tho United States We never docnlva tha nuhllo Mi i one can succeed In so doing Our blovclos are sent subjeot to approval without auy advance I whatever We expect to sell 15000 bicycler In 189a and wo only want to make 1100 each we mucn prerer to sen iowu ni apromoi iiuuenca man iwu oi no eaon Any prioea above ours made by other concerns are made so by extravagant expenses and dont lei any Â¬ one eonvlnce you that you should pay for extravagance and bad debts of others Buy f the maker and save your money SUND FOK CATALOGUE AT ONOK Â¬ Â¬ AMERICAN MACHINE COA1PANY lSlyr Columbus Ohle 1 Mm i 9 rw i s V PS3STS03ST OarBIG BARGAI IN - rn- - ALE yd I ML BHN CLOAKS I i 500 for choico of the entire lino of 200 1000 1200 and 1500 Jackets for choice of tlio entire line of childrens 400 500 mid 000 elouks CORSETS AND WAISTS 100 125 fine 150 corsets odd lots 22o Equipoise Waists Jonness Miller worth 200 nt 50 els for 100 Waists Corset 100 DRESS GOMDS All wool dress goods at cost UNDERWEAR All of our winter underwonr at cost ilr ill PEItCALS AND CALICO 3 cts for Jndigo blue calico 5 3 3 cts for Shirting calico 7 10 ct tor best yard wide English 8 Penauc 15 j Yard wide good Porcals at 7 cts 20 MILLINERY j DIMITY All of our 350 500 and 000 English 300 yds White Check Dimity at 10 cts j bats nt 198 il 54- J- - COTTONS AND SHEETINGS cts vd for MjiBouvillo Cotton cts yd for Lonsdale Cotton cts yd for Doric ley Cotton cts yd for Lonsdale Cambric cts yd for 10 Poppcrol Shooting cts yd for 10 1 Utica Sheeting a bargain JtCnUOUMGtt0rmX7XI SXX TUELXHV SFXUESiESX New Agent of the Equitable Life Insur I Kentucky Y Al C A ancc Company I Mr Kenner Taylor of the llrm of E II Taylor Jr So is has been appointed uncut of the Equitable Life Insurance Co Mr Taylor is a hustling and energetic younjj man and will loyally represent this big and safe company lie will ho pleased to consult with any one whhimj to arrange for life insurance Ills ollice will be with iho concern of which he is a mem- Â¬ ber Col Sexton Dead Col James A Sexton CI rand Com Â¬ mander of the G A It of the United States and also a member of the fir War Investigation Commission died City on Saturday from pneumonia which supervened upon an attack of la grippe He was a brave and gallant soldier during the civil war and a modest and pop- Â¬ ular man since then In Washington Found Guilty of the Bluo Grass Blade was found guilty of sending obscene matter through the mails sumo more on Tuesday in theU S Court at Cipcinhati His printer was also held guilty Editor Chus C Moore GOOd BHMMII Your heart beats over one nun area uiuustiiiu uiiia One hundred thousandsuppliesoi gOOa Or D3u Diooa to yum piaiu Which Is It If bad impure blood then your Dram acnes iou arc iruuuicu with drowsiness yet cannot sleep You are as tired In the morning as at nlgnt iou nave no nerve power Your food does you but little good Stimulants tonics neaaacne powders cannot cure you but Judge J Ilnovill The Eighteenth Annual Stato Con vention of the Young Mens Chris who was stricken some ten day thin Associations of Kentucky will since with some bialn trouble died bo held at Henderson Ky Febru Â¬ on Friday He was a prominent and wealthy ary 1G 1J 1899 The Stato Committee bus arranged a very strong and at- lawyer and bud served a term in the tractive program Among the speak Â¬ Legislature from the Hell county disers are Right Rev T U Dudley I trict being the only Democrat ever D Bishop of Kentucky Rev Carter elected from that district Helm Jones D D Mr John LI An Honest Medicine for La Grippe Wheat and Mr W I McNalr of Louisville Mr Jtw A Curry of George W Waltt of South Ganll Lexington Mr C II Boucher of ner Me says 1 have bud the wor t Owensboro Rev F W Harrup of cough cold chills and grip and haw Maysville Mr E C Brownell of taken lots of tnish of Evansville Ind Mr C K Oier Remeiv jM tnP ny thing that UiitHnln mi Ttnm4ljmnt tfrt i i t lilt has done any good whatever I have New York Mr E W Peck State used one oUeent bottle and the chills Secretary Indiana Mr John Lake cold find grip have all left me i congratulate the mtmufactuaers of an South Carolina and Mr F II Burt honest medicine For sale by J Stato Secretary Illinois The sing- Â¬ W Gayle ing will be led by the Indiana Maloj County Court Day Quartette A special rate of one and one third Monday was county court day fare for the round trip has bcense- and while then was quite a crowd cured and tho Henderson Associa In town but very little outside busi tion will entertain all delegates ness was transacted No stock was Large delegations from the thirty on tho market and the snow storm Associations ot the State are ex- - was too much for the pectd and young men from cities the consequence was that the towns colleges and railroad centers crowd dissolved soon after noon and of the State having no Associations returned to their homes early will be welcomed as honorary delegates If theypbtaln credentials from Februarv ith to 13th the Frank fort Cincinnati will sell tickets to the Stato Secretary Orleans Mobile and Blrming-Further particulars credentials New itirl rattirii nt inct Ttiru fnr tlin lintn 4V WW programs etc may oo ooiaineu 01 round trip VUI limited to February 8th any Association Secretary in the Account of the Mardl Qras J It Nkwton State or from Henry ERoseveir G P A State Secretary Fourth and Broad way Louisville Ky Â¬ c Convention Judge Untliank Dead I M Untliank of sfBEST TRAINS TO - SOUTHERN i Â¬ Â¬ im Black Hills VIA Rfl Lwiy Kansas City Montana Colorado jmb Pacific Coast IN KKNTUi KY I Mlimllllo in Iltoet I c IS IHO 8 No 3 No 5 FASTIOUNI foTl 2 7 loum aiupm 745pm Iv rouTsillo IKHatn R 02pm tuffpm Ar Shelhyvlllc OKiatn B Vptn flfiovm Ar Larcnccug uunam 8 17im 1000pm Ar Versailles Ar Lcxlm ton logjam fl4ipm H35pm So ft jJoa NoTiT WhSTUOttKD 7 KOam 4 -- pm 5 15am Lv Lexington Ar Versailles 7fiam i Mptn 5 Kara Ar La rcmvhij 820am f 15pm ft Mam 0 12im Citijim a Earn Ar Shpllivvlllo 10 HOam 7 STipni 55ara Ar LouKvlllc Trains Nos 1 3 6 and I e irry Freo Observa- Â¬ tion Cli ilr Cars hclwojn Lqulsvlllo and Lex Incton EAST HOUND WESTUOnND Utah Washington Omaha 4 St Paul Nebraska Nd lXtNo II I vtatTons Na 12 Na 11 330pm 740am Lv louUvfi Ar 7 3Ppm 10 10am hVipm DMamlAr lamcbrcAr lCpm aioam Utyin 0 4JunAr HaroilsbfAr 4 25pm 720am 7AipmiiuaamiAr nurmn lv 4 15pm 710am No KASTBOOND 15 ItNo 071 STATIONS HJOpml 740amlv lnulsvll WESTBOUND NoinitNo6a St Louis or ChicagOr VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS T Ar 1040am 735pm ftOIpmi OWam At Sliollnll Ar 0 liun aoSpra 61pinll01CamiAr Vendles Ar 7S0jm 411pm ft40prallll0nm Ar Midway Ar 7 30am 3 3pm 711pmiijuapmiAr ucorKtn lv 7 00aml 300pm EAStHOUNO WESTUOUND tNo i Â¬ i horce-swnp-pc- rs RUQQ THAV PASSR AGENT ST LOUI MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OCNL MQR ST LOUIS MO iWWAKCLEYQENLPA 8RAQT8TLOUI3MO M l llpm Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar 740am 3Mpm 102 am 620pm Lv Verslle J 1 102am 7 Uipm Ar Nlclilvill 805pm AriCichmml Ar Irvine lUipm STATIONS lINol STATIONS Lv IOUHVI1 No a 10 4tam Ar 7 flO am Ar ft Warn Lv 005am Lv No 1 Ar tNo a 7Xpm 445pm iLrapru aoopm lsopis 35pm Â¬ TO Â¬ ALIFORN i I V V via NEWORLEANS Southern Puclflc In connection with tbi A Ar Mucon Ar JncliHonvlllo Lv Chattano Ar ninnlncliani 1 Louisville Lexington Knoxvlllo Ashcxillo Savannah Jacksonville riiatlaiiooRa Atlanta 7 lOatn 1045am 7 00pm MOam SVipm lO UOatn No 3 745pm 10 74aa lispa 6 Oan OOOnit t 00am 223pit 8 Mam II Waa tHin c l5pa dMam fl Â¬ - Through N- Weekly For La Grippe Co 140 Thomus Whitfield corner Jaukson st one of ChloiKos oldeit and most prominent drufjulsts recommended Chamber Â¬ lains Coutfh Remedy for la Rrippe as It not only jdves a prompt and complete relief hut also counteracts any tendency or la grippe to result in W For sale by pneumonia Wn-Imsh-- Skin Diseases - Tourist Sleeping Car Lenvlnc Cincinnati iiul LmiU llin on I C It H I Hal nl triln rusi NewOrliiin 1 wi l 1 il VGayle I - Horse Drowned For the speedy nnd permanent euro of hVLRY THURSDAY tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham Cnv kmvnlAd nun cm ijta iniirn nnrt ni imniw utiiiuti berlains Eye- nnd Skin Ointment is Ihinuo The LlmlliMl nlo VptiniUni nt till New without an equal It relieves the itch- urieaiiiaiij wiiii fxpTen i cimilok imm ioririciur ing and smarting almost Instantly and Coast mid on TueJ ty nnl Sntuftlnjs with tle its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures Itch barbers Itch SUSSEX LimiTtD jcnld head pore nipples Itching piles chapped hands chronic soro eyes and of tlieSouti crn Iicltl plli kihIio tlirouuh tnlietoSiiiIiiiiiils lartc nr- - of Abuih granulated lids ot the C ii aiilciuwi en Uhhj tt CncliinntlO is HOIIVICil Dlv Dr Cadys Condition Powders foi JNO A htotr lv Iifi Mtvnt Mfiuphlt horses nro the best tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Price 25 cents Soldly Â¬ A 11 Ml Â¬ mu Ar Meridian iSam UMpn RSOaml RaOam Ar New Orleans Train No Cincinnati Florlni A flavant Llmltotl carries ThrouRta Dran insr Room Pullman Sleeping car between Louisville All inta Macon nnd Jacksonville connects at Lexing ton or Chnttanotda with Pullman leoplnj cm for NowOrleana Freo Chnlrcars between Lou lullln and Lfxlnirton Obsprvntlon Chair cart Rtttven L xInirton and ltomcC fe tars el Kimt coaches l rain No It carries Pullman Slreplnt car ho iwoeu LouNtllle ihuttniiomti nml IHrmlns hum al o hrouuh Meeptni em from ljxlnij ton to Jackhonvllle via A hovili anil Silvan nih avo via Clinttanouca nnd Attanti Nt ciianse Free Chair cir Lcclniton to Chut hrough Mccplnx tars fctlnscton u noouii New Orleans Inllv except c uininv A WllEDON STSWIf r PATA LcxtnctOt Ky Loulsillle Ky J M PUIPT M FSGANNN Washington D C Wihlruton UO 1 10ljpmllaira aiOpm PTA aVIOM D C WATVHKOPA Wushlnuton WMHTAVroiAnPA Touii llle Ky i 11 i i H HANSON OI t i thlcniso V i i v t tv r W i KKIrOND i ii A Loins llle whole wheat air only health jjlvinjji hut is more i t palatable than white Hour Trv tlio Gnpitnl Steam Laun S tjynanitwyijyijy Couuhinj Injures and inflames dry for u clonn sliirt or collar JrW TH8 POPULAR JIJ WlWIIIBIllLJ Vfj LJlWHUimUlUPlL sore huiM One Minute Comrb Cure Tolophone 17 lli tt loosens th cold allays eoiiLbinjj and s fHmVirtiiJ IMITifi heals nulekly Tho last eoiiih cure tnchil to lilin Tyler Ilcmpliill and nEAnAOHRcurcdlnSO minutes hynr Miles ri vend parties tried to save him for children V MeKHlIrdie Pain Piua Ono cont a doso At tlrusKUts but belmr without a boat could not tf jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii t drowned and succeed and tho horse was lost tne wnimn A J- - A liorho bclontfinK to a farmer by the name of Warford becamo frljjitoned on Monday about noon and r n do aii Hroiul way street and into Uic river with a licht wajjon al- - Mills 1 i tfffffilf 0r i 1 iiiifiib bibitefbjtijibjifi wiiw AtJK Unique Note j THE QUEEN Route with Its rail and forms the short and West India Double Dally Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vestlbuled 4 ORES CENT Wejjlvo holow a note which for classic and witty conciseness we have nlll T mnlrnathn 1tvir klrtflpwn slrln onrl Kmufilo nrfnrm thftlr It removes all Im proper work seldoii son Iliinilltl Mv DiJAit Fhankfoht Ky Feh purities trom inc dioou nuu u makes the blood rich in its life giving properties Rooovory To Haston nicy Avers puis eacn nigni Yah will Kh mnrn rnnMlv cured if you will take a laxative dose of iorae ot tho moit eminent the United Htatei Write tteely all the XNUuguiari in your arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness Wrka to ouf Dootorm We 1ito the excluilve tarrleei Of pliytloltm In co lwell Hul your note of this mornlnir I deire to Hiv that the onilmruo on mv evehe qner to whkh reference was made In my Inst letter of some months apo now ptomls eH to be lifted within the next ninety days Whereupon one of tho first of my belated obligations to which I shall apply tho drastic remedy of yellow jjold will be your note In tho meantlmol trust you will accept assurances or my appreciation of your courteous pntlonco Very truly yours 199 In repoivo to UrsP jv7 steamer Connections line to Florida points Fast Service through to HAVANA FLORIDA AND l ltolA Vy V 1 B I 2 n Queen Crescent P Railway makes nectlon on arrival at Miami FC FMvjmf East Coast service to Florida via the Southern Railway and direct steamship Con or at Tampa West Coast for ttttlf tlf tlfi TI 3J 4nHtttit I 7 T - Key West Havana Nassau Santiago San Juan and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans Free books and Information by addressing C W O I CINCINNATI O ICLl DIV PASadlt AQtNT 4TH AND RACE ST MITCHCU DIV PAOH AOCNT CHATTANOOGA TCNN ON W CrNINCAniON QINL PAIIOn AQINT CINCINNATI O C J as W Bhown Uttwut to U Mist Uni IS u to W itliiUHiy Oil Kw IIUmlo4 Mcmlil Imd ii Utlnj est jiw Iwwwvrfr vft vw v WVJ tf Vtlt 1 tY TT tj T f ff tjf W s b nt am j ippii IHICOB A- y -- i1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiiiiiiiiir KIIHACOV A- I onUtllle - B tff iU 4- - ttlttTTltTt4ttJt v jvnUirLnnruxrLr urn nnnnrv r i m SSfcJi iuwa The Perfect nnnnnnnj jnjnnnninnnnnnni vnnnxvniruiuta truimuTJtnnnriminnririnruafuvirvnnnmmjuinrinm Electric Clock 3 -- a Hi Th of Standard Electric Clock co runs RHP on continuously without fci cu attention and gives perfect time The Standard Electric clocks are unqualifiedly guar- S CO P5 irI3I lHlHn tntlTftMOMO Aw fH z Â¬ anteed feci p H The clock is self reliant It will run in a country home 5r o with the same precision as in a q- city office In a word it is the 3 o acme of clock perfection It is P s s as constant in its daily record c-- r- t Y CD xi i is S3 en J- y- as the sun C P CO S SJ CL M A SELBERT r c O Reliable Jeweler Ml Kf j LoruxrixinjuinjxrininuinjTJiaiinjinjYuinrt RELIGIOUS SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR y m c a notes Tho second Loyalty address will be given by Judgo J P Hobson who will speak at tho Mens Rally tomorrow Sundayaftornoon at 330 oclock on Loyalty to tho Homo A very important themo nnd an interesting an able speaker The young men of Frankfort are cordially invited to attend Congress will convene in the Con gressional Y M O A hall next Monday evening February 13th at 730 oclock Among the measures now in the orders of tho daywhich muy bo called up for debate and action are the following bills and resolutions Number3providing for Womans Suffrage 4 Location of Capital 5 Election of Federal Judges by popular vote 6 construction of Nicaraguan canal 7 government control of telegraph AH members lines S Kevonue urgea to be present Rev M B Adams gave and impressive address on Loyalty to Christ the first one of the loyalty series at the meeting last Sunday Â¬ Â¬ nnjuiJvrinjTruirinrLrijmnjiriruTJinn Delightful Music Large Crowd The Testimony of Confirmation Scripture Sunday school at 045 a m in the Chapel and 730 p m hvening service in Chapel with Bible lesson Thursday and Saturday 430 p m Did Friday 730 p m Subject God found a church which still exists All seats free and everyone cor diallv welcome to all services LENTEN SERVICES Ash Wednesday 11 a m Rev R L McOrendy rector Mr Rnhr Emmet Ahrnhnm assistant Divine Fcrvlcc nnd Fermon at 11 am Subject Man What is Subject At 4 p m Ascension Episcopal Ommcn I Baptist Church Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples Society will meet at 630 p m Leader Mr James West The Joy in Finding the Topic Lost Junior Young Peoples Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in the Chapel Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Class in Sacred Literature will meet immediately after the prayer-meeting Â¬ for tbe tioumluboutl Fallen Snn of my pleasure Crimson hath set Youth a lost treasure Full is the measure Of my regret vited Sunday school in tho Chapel at 946 a m Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially inOiiRlsTiAN Church Rev Oeorge Darsie tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Why tho Bible Evening subject is True The second of a series of six Â¬ Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 045 n m in the chapel Leader Dr J S Coleman The Joy in Finding the Topu Lost Prayer meeting Wednesday night in the Chapel at 730 oclock The Holy Spirit in Mis Topic l sions Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 330 oclock Sunday school meets at U30 The public will be cordially wel comed to all these services and es pooiallystrangers In the city Â¬ Berinons on the Bible Catholic Church The usual vices to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass Vespers at 730 p m 10 am serÂ¬ Rev J MoClusky uluyney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 945 am Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 pm in Sunday sohool room Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 First Prebuyterian Chuhch Beauty beguiling Where is thy touch Faded in whiling Wrinkled in smiling Smiling too much Is there no haven That I may know Free from the craven Beuk of iho raven Raven of woe Daytime is fleeting Paler tho light Hope is retreating Ever repeating Cometh the night Doep is my sorrow Starless the gloom Growing in horror With evry morrow Blacker my doom Where are the many Friends that I had Are there loft any Caring a penny That 1 am sad Nay they are flying Stayeth not one Pitiable sighing Miserable dying Dying alone 1 Tho cantata of lepthiih nntl His Daughter was given according to announcement tit he Opera House on Wednesday night There wus a very large crowd out especially so considering the ex- Â¬ treme cold weather of the evening Every one knows that Frankfort Is especially fortunate in possessing so many uniiteui musician both vocal And the per Â¬ ami instrumental formance given Wednesduy night contaiiiid the very cream of our musicians Mr E It Clark who arranged the performance had a lull mitt happy conception of the ideis and le sons taught by this tiagic opera of the days of old and did much to make the performances u grand success We are not going to single out any of the perioriiiors for especial com mendation and the more o because they each uml every one vied with the others in generous rivalry so that the whole peiformauce wus en joyable from beginning to end The entertainment did not drag us so many amateur perloriiuuices do It was given for the benefit of the local Y M C A and we are glad to know that iiiiIIm a substantial sum was raised tounid iliiiidatiug tho In debtedness which has crippled the woik of the As oyititiwii We congratulate each and all upon Uio pleasure afforded the audience and the financial success achieved Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ BARGAIN WEEK AHEM u -- We aro not having n Removal Sne or a Quit Business Sale but we are still doing business at the same tmd and will next week offer rate bargains In every Tho following Bre a few sample bargains Corsets 2c 4Bo COo and department iuu wuiiil uu mra 100 nuu iiuu jiuninry oo luc IZttO 100 ana ZOr WOrttl 12c n d A 7 ll m 100 Bnd 125 a suit Outing Cloths 4Jo0c lOo andl2c worth Percales 8c3G inches wide worth llJo Quod Unbleaohed Cotton4cr worth Gjc- Knrrvnlr amvnf wino nuu MUIAIIIU UIUTCO UUHUV uinuo urosfti vwiuiwur MftM and UnderflkirtH and OutitH Furulrthinff Good Remamhnr thn iinft r 90c uu uu iuu kou Ui non muu uu UVU IUU I1UU 8o 1UU 7o HUH WOTII1 OUO YOOr - i2 iA j HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway X Marble Frankfort Granite 200 and 20 DMIain Street B Lyncti Preslflent Co 6 T Flynl Scnlptor-- limited to February 28 and Febru ary 11th and 12th to Hirniitighnni nnd return limited to February 17 at one fare for the round nip MurdI Grn- - fort A Cincinnati railway will sell tickets to New Oilems and return Â¬ February ith to ltrh the Frank Â¬ P F Triplett Secretary W D Lewis 1 fflanapr Headstones nnd Qranit uiunt dispose of them in or leaving your order for for apring delivery to bo Estimates furnished on a of J II N ivton Jen Pass Agent Ky Advertised Letters at Fankfort Oh for another Â¬ Week or a day I God of my mother Bistor and brother Mercy I pray I H H F Methodist church Rev T F Taliaferro the pastor will preach at Dangerous Fall 11 a m at the Y M O A owing to tho repairs being mado on the church Mr L S Ilnrrod son of Mr Lou No evening service Sunday sohool mees at 030 a m Harrod was in the third story of the nf v m n A bowling alley on Friday night last Tho Pastors Aid Society will meet when he stumbled and fell through at 3 oclock each weanesaay auer noon at tho residence of Mrs J M tho elevator sliuft to the floor below thirty feet Case on Broadway h distance of about Official Board meotsTuosday even- Strange to say beyond a few bruises ing The public cordially invited to at on Ills left leg ho was not seriously hurt tend Â¬ below vvill ho found a lisiof letters remaining unoliiiimI lor too week ending Feb U 18035 Bashford Miss ONi i MlhH E O Feluhem Ocsoi iVm PhlllliiH Miss Berr Robert Lizzie Brown Mrc Mary Carroll Houston PJunUett Mrs Oartler Mis 0 L Duriuda Patts J Z Caeser J 1 RawliugH Hon Chamberlain I 0 Olifton I Olark Hon Tlios Rhi Hill W Robinson Win Col Datie Mirts Bessie Drye Frank Shanks Thomas Foster O B Shaw Mrs Kthel Gullett John hheets Ed Hays Miss Saliio Spauding Miss Hawkins J V Mrv Lon Hill Hon John T Taylor Mrs Safflo Kelly MIbb Nora Thotnoson Rusboll Lewis Miss Nora Williams Miss Martin W H Nora Norris Hon Wtn Williains Kastor A Woods harlie Persons calling for any of these lot tors will pleaso say advertised 8 B Holmes P M We have on liimd a Inre Hiipply of Muiiuintmls Markers that we nrn offering at ii vtiry rcilucxd price and the next 00 days Yoo will hhvo inoney by buying now spring delivery We are taking order for monuments made of Barro Qnincoy Westerly and Scotoh Qranlte application 21 -- A lm Vs7 3D LBWIS 3vgr TO US CUT THIS tnrysW7viyvsySK rn OUT AND nysyy sstsrys yjrvcyvytyw per oout relmto on every Tliis ticket entitles you u u cash purchase of 100 or inoio EAGLE WIIITK LEAD EXCEPTED One ticket only vodoemed with each purchase STAGGrxtu Horso Collars BACON a 64 K r M Rov Win Crowe jr tho pastor will preach at 11 a in and 730 p m Sunday sohool at 930 a m YounirPooplosSooIoty of Christian Endeavor meets at 045 p m Prayeritnooting Wednesday evening at 730 To all those meetings tho public is cordially invited Â¬ Southern Pubbhytkrian Church Pro Tern Deputy Warden For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A W6 c Haines Picks Saws ShovoK Paint iLantorns Locks Mops Buckots Wiro Hrushoe h Mr Ed Uootli of Lnwreneeburg was elected Deputy Warden of tho local Prison for thirty days Tho Hoard nf Commissioners were dead locked nnd selected Mr Booth until they could untie the knot Â¬ Job work neatly executed at this office Â¬ STAGG MASONIC TEMPLE BACON ANN STREET A Coal Cook Stove for 5 pee my siock My lino of Ranges Cook and Heating Stoves is tlio lnrgest and en on pest in tlio city Jin Iron and Slnto Koofiiiig Guttering and Repair work of all kinds solicited Work done promptly mid satisfaction guaranteed When in need ot anything in China or Glassware n Good lawn or anv article usually kept in a first class China Store call and Ai jt o ix awr DEATHS r - BE9 No trouble to show goods Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call 3E CX Oood Advice to Partners Willow Valley TO ConnrNT At his homo In Louis ville on Saturday Mr Farmer Cur rent son of ItevJ II Current ami wife and grandson or the late Mr hos Farmer of this county aged 2i years Mr Current was a promising young business man and his death is uni versally regretted Ho was a mem iber of the Methodist Church The funeral took place in Louis ville and the remains were brought to this city Monday morning for Interment in our cemetery At the home of his Waide lnlaw Cupt B W Jenkins fbroThur iin Louisville on Wednesday Mr aged 77 years Mr 33 F Waide was well known in this city Walde Where ho was one of the proprietors of the Buhr nnd Meriwether Hotels He was a member of the Methodist Chureh He served one term as a member of the Legislature from the clty of Louisville -- Â¬ Â¬ Cold weather plentiful Â¬ Â¬ Frozen Out i m -- Owing to the extreme weather the motormen of the street cars were not ttble to run the cars on Thursday or yesterday The snow was beaten down so hard on and by the side of he rails that the connection was very weak and insufficient The smallest things may exert the greatest Influence Do Witts Little Early ltisers are unequalled for over- Â¬ and liver coming constipation troubles small pin nest pin sain pill Tyler Hemphill and W jtfcltee Hurdle Court of Inquiry i i Tlio President has appointed the following officers as the Court of In- Â¬ quiry as to the charges of Mnj Gen Mile commanding General of the army Major Gen Jas F Wade Brig Gen Geo V Davis Col Geo L Gillespie Lleut Col Geo R Davis The court will make a thorough investigation of the whole business Sad Death Bfc I pt t We regret exceedingly to leain M Jameson Jr son of our old friend Capt John M Jameson died at his home in Mil- lereburg Ky on Wednesday last Mr Jameson was Postmaster at MiUersburg He was a popular bright young man and was beloved by ail who knew him He was in Paris on Monday to attend county court was taken with la grippe and pneumonia that night and died on Wednesday Wo tender our sincere sympathy to the aflilcted parents and friends that Mr John Outrages r The Philtpplnos captured Dr Young a wounded American mir geon in the SAnclay fight horribly mutilated him and then murdered him No wonder they did not under stand why the Americans sought out and cared for their wounded enonile- That kind of things N Incoiuprelieu Bible to Spaniards or their half breed progeny Ruin and snowis all the go but we still keep up our visiting MKs Malinda A Chlsin visited her cousin- - Misses Nota und Katie Suddutli last Stturduy add Sunday Some of the young folks of onr community serenaded Mr W B SuddUth and wife last week He being so pleased with the music sat awe stricken for a few moments then after realizing what bo had heard jumped Into the floor and danced a lew steps and regaining his con sciousness he came to the door with a smile on ills face as broud as my two hands und welcomed them in He says come again young people I have always room for music Well spring will soon bo here again and moving will be the great rage Mr W B Suddutli will move to the farm of Old Uncle Harrison Suddutli and Mr Eugene Bryant will come to the farm of Arch Moore which Bain now occupies We regret to say that some of our good neighbors are going to leave us Among them are Mr Leander Mitchell and family Mr Walter Mitchell and wife und Mr Price Mitchell alio tumlly Toe Messrs Mitchells are going beyond Bridgeport We will miss our good neighbors and especially Miss Mattie Mitchell daughter of Mr Leander who Is u favorite with many of the young gents of this section Quite an entertaining party was given at Mr Clark Warrens last Thursday night at which every one present seemed to enjoy themselves very highly Mr Wash Stidduth and little son Washington visited Mr Geo Mitch- Â¬ ell and family lust Saturday Desmona SIdoniu nnd Misses Myrtle Suddutli called on Miss Mattie Bryant last Saturday eve Died Of typhoid pneumonia Jan the 5lh lbJU Mr George M Young aged 23 years non of Mr Robert Young He had been married about three mouths before ids death to Miss Myrtle Clnrk He leaves a wile lit t her moiher and three brothers to mourn his loss while lie hus gone happily to meet his two darling baby sisters who havo been awaiting him in the hind of rest for many long long years Weep not dear bereaved ones though a Jewel has been taken from you God has taken it to a brighter world more fitly prepared for it Ho wus prepored as ho told you ho was not afraid to die and only wished to take his dear little wife with him Ho kiiOv from the beginning of his illness that he would never recover and he knew thu troubles of this world and he did not wish to remain here but to take his loved one with him that she- ight not see any more of the trials and hardships which como to us all but to go and forever be hupp with him The funeral took place at Mt Zion Church of which George hud been a member for some 8 or 1 years services were conducted by Rev H M Polsgrove the pastor ufter which the remains were laid away in the Stlgers grave yard near the Church Upon the valleys Inp The dewy morning throws A thousand po rly drops To make a single rose Â¬ Â¬ - Six good broud sw are enough for the average farmer to keep and they should bo kept as lotu as they will raise six vood pigs Manage them ho they will raise two liters a year making in all 72 hogs per year One man can raise that many hogs and enough com to feed them to a 300 pound weight Theseit average prices would bring SCDU r about 50 a month the year ro ind on hogs ulone besides the revenue from his poultry cattle horses and sheep which he ought to keep to use all the rough feed on the farm Grippe N again epidemic Every precaution Lhnuld be taken to avoid it Its spitiflc cure is Ono Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agricultural Journal and Advertiser Eltien Mo say- - No one will ho disappointed inu ingOne Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Pieasant to take quick to net Tyler Hemphill and W McKee La J YOUR PREMIUM TICKETS MUST BE IN BY MARCH FIRST The Best Shoes Always prove in the long run to be 1 THE CHEAPEST SHOES We sell nothing but the best shoes and you pay no more for them than you do for the cheaper kind elsewhere The ladies shoes we have on 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 youean get your choice Â¬ Hurdle A Caterwaul The intelligent compositor Is often bluined for the faults of the editor or author but occasionally he makes an Innocent paragraph appear startling In a catalogue of fine chickens published up in Indiana appears the advertisement of our friend Tom McDonald of Wades Mill After setting forth the merits of his fine chickens the announce- Â¬ ments ends with what should havo been Also breeder of Cotswold sheep As It appears in the cata- Â¬ logue it reads Also breeder of cats and wooled sheep If he wishes to live up to his announcement as a breeder of cuts ho can easily stock up with an assortment of all ages sexes sizes and colors by visiting one of our alleys some moonlight niuht when a cat concert is In session Millions i Given Away RUBBERS We have rubbers which we guarantee not to split and to give good wear They cost only very little more than the ordinary unreliable kind You can not get them elsewhere I 212 ST CLAIR ST lAm McCLURFS JW 1 KY FRANKFORT Jg 1MT Jim Jv mr mw W Jr TmK Ky ous to the needy and sufterinir The proprietors of Dr Kings New Ils- eovery for Consumption Couuhs and Cold have given awuy over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowint it has ubsolutelv cured thousands of hopeless cae t As lima Dronchitis Ilour enesn und till dis eases of the throat Chest and Lungs nresurelv cured by it Call on J V Guyle Dnnrgist and get a trial bottle Regular size 50c and 61 Every bottle guarantee or prico refunded Â¬ I is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in thei land who are not afraid to be gener Â¬ It LUNG Kodol Trouble DrBulTs Cough Syrup ten Doses are small and pleasant to take Doctors recommend it lrice 33 cents At aU druggist Lung troubles such as pleurisy or acute inflammation of tho lungs should be carefully treated to avoid eorious consequences These ailments aro quickly overcomo by the prompt use of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a won- Â¬ derful remedy widen always gives rellof at once eases coughing allays all inflammation and by its healing influence soon effects a thorough cure Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Â¬ It artificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest disco vered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Â¬ Â¬ all other resultsofimperfectdlgestlonJ Prspartd by E C DeWltt A Co Chicago Wanted SIckHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand Dyspepsia Flatulence Indigestion Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Â¬ To Meet Here Cures all Lung and Throat Trouble Thus often in the cour o Of lifes few fleeting years A single pleasure costs The soul a thousand tear Â¬ The Democratic Committee of the Second Railroad Commissioners Dis trict met here on Thursday nnd calico a convention lo nominate a candidate for that ofllce to meet here j on Thursday April Glh Precin t meetings will be held April lht and county conventions April 3d toap- point delegates Will be Away Lano second hand safe this office Apply at I ROYRL MILLS GASH QUOTATION ltOYAL QUEEX Best Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour por hundred DAISY Family Flour por hundred Low Grado Flour por hundred FANCY Corn Meal por bushel Corn per buthol ShlnstiuT per 100 lbs Custom grinding Wheut and Corn a Specialty Â¬ Paul Perry of Columbus Gu suf fered agony fur thirty years and then Dr J S Coleman spi ci dist in tho cured his piles by iwing Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve It lieals injuries treatment of the eye and ear will be and skin diseases like magic Tyler away from home for some threo it Hemphill and W McKee Hurdle weeks after Monday Fobrtury 20th Bought a lloine Those wishing to consult him should Alardi Qras be sure to do so before that timo Mr II H Roberts has purchased Dr Coleman goes to Chicago to On this account lfr N will sell from Mrs Martha French hercottauo take up a special study of one of tho Orleans residence on Conway street and will round trip tickets to oNcw Fob 0 to phases of Ids work and will bo gone Mobile nnd IHrmlnghnni take possession the first of Match ia at one fare Final limit Feb 28 tho length of timo given above 250 240 230 220 70 00 70 L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky iJiiAi ZV 4 I TTTTAAT DTCCOT m SALE - Our Mr Lafayette Crutchers interests elsewhere are such as compels his retirement from our firm which forces a sale of our entire stock to raise money to pay for his interest u M APRIL THE FIRST Â¬ w Until that date we will sell merchandise at such prices as will Gompel you to buy Clothing Shoes Furnishing Hats c for less money than such merchandise was ever sold for The sale commences this day promptly at 8 a m Mens fine clothing brought down to the level of choap I stuff For 300 One lot mens grey cussimere suits nil sizes that were sold for 500 For 475 One lot mens brown cassimere all sizesthut wero 650 For 500 One large lot suits broken sizes greys browns and blacks that were good 125 Choico of any fluids 200 suit in the house 200 Choice of any 300 childs suit in the house 375 Choico of any 450 and 500 suit or overcoat in the house flannel drawers the 50c and kind 7oc Choico one lot canvass leggins the 125 and 150 kind 10c One lot childrens wuist COc 350 takes the finest Knox or Stetson in the house 500 the world over Cash only PANTS I rV ii I PANTS PANTS ME the 25c kind 450 Choico of any 050 and 700 suit or overcoat in the house Cash only sellers at 700 760 and 800 For 750 Verylargo lot mens sujts that wero 1000 and 1200 For 1000 One large lot mens suits that were 1500 and 1000 For 1200 One large lot blue and black cheviots and fancy cassimere that scld for 1800 and 2000 MENS SPRING WEIGHT OVERCOATS 500 One big lot fine goods that were 1000 Cash only MENS FURNISH- Â¬ INGS 35c One hirge lot mens bal brigan undershirts and draw Â¬ ers that were sold for 60c and GOc 35c One lurgo lot heavy cot ton working shirts groat goods the 50c kind 50c One lot XX Columbia White Shirtslarge sizes only tlio 100 and 125 kind 25c One large lot boys undershirts and drawers ages 8 to 14 the 40c and 50c kind Cash only Â¬ One largo lot mot cassimere the kind that sell for 150 and 200 will closefor 100 85c Choice of the finest jeans punts in the house tljut sell at 125 and 150 200 Choico of any pants in tho house that wore 300 300 One big lot pants black fancy cassimere that were- 100 - - 7 V - JEWELRY Choice of any 50c ouff button in tho house 50c Choico of any 75c und 100 cuff button in tho house 10c Choice of any 15c and 20c collar button in the house Cash only 25c -- Cash only OVERCOATS For 000 One big lot over- Â¬ coats and ulsters that weie 8 50 and 900 Choice of our For S50 1250 qualities fine overcoats and ulsters For SI 200 Choice of our 1500 and 1800 qualities 15 00 for the finest overcoat or ulster that were 2200 up to One largo lot regular mado fleeced undershirts Bo s and misses black ISc cat stockings sold the world over at 25 j Mens heavy strong hoe 7 Muiih black and tan hose sold everywhere for 10c 18c Choice of any 25c suspen der in the house 35c Choico of any 50c suspen der in tiie house Soc Choice of all our Camel 35c Â¬ NECKWEAR 40c Choico of any scarf or 4- in hand in the house 2 for Choice of one largo lot tecks and that were 25c and 35c Go for one dozen white ties 2c for white band bows the 5c kind 1c for white shield bows the 5c kind Cash only LAP RUGS 350 Choico of any plush rug in tho house tho 500 and 0 00 kind 350 Choice of any fur rug in the house the 000 kind 200 Choico of anv plush rug tho 300 kind Cash only 75c 15c 2 for 25c pants in the house the 500 and 000 grade 35c 300 pairs childrens kneepants tint wore great sellors at 50c and GOc Remember this sale is for cash only Remember no goods on approval Cash only MENS LADIES AND MISS- Â¬ ES SHOES 400 Choico of the finest 385 - Â¬ 150 3000 500 One largo lot hoys F C cheviot black and blue suits Jong 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 for 000 300 One lot boys suits grey cassimere age 14 to 19 long hair uiidorshirtsimd drawers the 125 and 150 kind Choico of all our fancv shirts the 1 00 and 125 kind 50c One lot STAR SHIRTS WHITE XX the 125 and 150 kind broken sizus 85c Choice of all Monarch and Manhattan White Shirts the 100 ami lV25 kind 40c Choico of any fancy Berlin Shirt the 50c and 05c kind 18c Choice of any cuff in the 75c 000 150 Choice of a ladies very fine Choico of u lot of mens line haud sewed patent leath Â¬ er enamel and calfskin that were 300 400 500 and largo lot kid shoes 100 and pants that sold for 500 1 700 One big lot suits blue F C black cheviots double and single breasted that sold for 1000 and 1200 Cuph only HOYS OVERCOATS AND TRUNKS 250 Choice of any trunk in tho house up-to-da- largo lot ladies very fine kid Oxfords that wero 100 350 300 and 250 75c One large lot misses shoes sizes 11 to 2 that sold lor 250 200 and 150 No goods charged or on ap- Â¬ proval i that were 350 500 125 Choico of a houo 4c 10c 385 350 Every pair mens fine Hi One largo lot handker Â¬ chiefs Choico of any collar in Jhe house 1 00 Clioice one lot all wool luuvy sweutors the 150 kind 30c One lot heavy not and easijiinoro overshii ts the 75c kind mostly binall sizes 38c One lot heavy canton u iinniiffcii ULSTERS 350 Choice of all 500 grades 450 Choice of all 050 and 750 grades 7 50 Choico of all 1000 and 1200 grades Cash only CHILDRENS SUITS HATS HATS 75e One lot Alpino felt huts tho 125 and many of them tho 150 kind 125 Choico of any stiff or soft Alpino haX in tho house tho 200 kind 200 Choico of any 3 00 hat in the house te 5 00 hand sowed 000 shoos in our house go uj 385 All the new toes and new shades 15c one largo lot ludios rub Â¬ bers that wero 25c and 30c 100 Olio ItJt mens broguns that were 125 and 135 100 One lot Indies shoes that wore 125 200 and t I tf 250 Cash only Remember every pair of shoes in tliis house will suffer a great sacrifice Positively no goods reserved except the Janness Miller Shoe in this sale wnicn is soia unaer contract - u D C CRUTCHER fe CO 1