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UjprTR V The VOL XXII Letter From Mr John E Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO 25 FRANKFORT KY Miles SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 1099 6r ra hi l1 6 rr m ipr II Ft I did not intend in the beginning of Small Congregations Ajonclllo Responsible this scribble It seems now I will not oo uuck until niter the nrst oi Norfolk Va Feb 0 189 Agoneillo the representative of Owing to the extreme weather of Cures a Prominent Attorney March I may cannot tell JZditor liowulabout Aguinaldo tho Philippine dictator Sunday as a general rule the conHaving been on tlio constant co it is cow nore tins morning aoout turns out to be responsible for tho at- - gregations at tho morning services for more than two months after get Â¬ twenty above zero After having tack upon the American forces at were small The night services were been in such a warm climate It Is Manila ting hero tit tho home of my omitted at several owing to the Rev C Q Wright and meet Â¬ not near so cold us you are having in It seems that ho sent an order for trouble in heating the buildings ing two of my daughters from home Kentucky And I holievo it bast them to anttack on Feb 7 tho mes Â¬ Some of tho churches took up col being here on n visit Mrs Wright not to go back until tho buck sage going by way of Hong Kong lections for tho poor which were making three here I naturally feel bine of winter is broken Wliei Tho Phlllppinos got rtcklessand placed In their charity funds and in health it Is hard for me to feel started in a little too soon materially helped to mitigate tho like unil am at home I got here Sunday morning and aid realize that I am far over and The idea was to make tho attack suffering of tho worthy poor becoming quiet so sudden I collapsed down tho hillside of time and before reinforcements could reach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have been housed up since but without very careful and guarded tho American army Digests what you eat hone to bo out in n day or two stops how easy ond quick tho silver Our government should at once deÂ¬ Rut after mand the urrest of Agoncillo in There is nothing in particular I know cord may be loosened Narrow Escape of to write about but nevertheless all I know the time will not ho long Canada and his return here for trial however careful I may bo when and punishment that is if the treaty here goes The home of Hon John G Car-Â¬ My last letter was written at Jack- Â¬ s paration will come not only with provisions will cover such an offense lisle in Now York City came near sonville Fla on my way back from the present but with every thing as his R C PHELPS the leading pension being destroyed by flro on Sunday attornoy of Belfast N V writes a trip down tho east coast of Floridu belonging to tho present night Hot furnace pipes in the His treachery merits the death I was discharged from tho army on to Havana and back and up tho j Every day I take a retrospect of penalty What shall be said of the basement set fire to Joists and created account of 111 health and Buffered from por- - b gone days My ancestors uro all men west coast through the central who encouraged him to believe quite a panic until the firemen cut heart troublo ever since I frequently had tlon of tho State I found quite a gone lam alone It reminds mo that his course would servo the pur- Â¬ through the floor and thus put out fainting and smothering spells My form was bent as a man of I constantly wore difference in the generul appearance of an old forest that had been cleared pose designed the flames anovorcoat even In summer for fear of of things compared to ull my former trees all gone one tree left stunding taking cold I could not attend to ray busi- Â¬ ness My rest was broken by tevero pains alone in the clearing when but in a visits about tho heart and left shoulder Threo J You and your readers will remem- - short lime the storms will come and years ago I commenced using Or Miles ber tho cold spell and freeze that throw it to the ground Heart Cure notwithstanding I had used so much patent mcdlclno and taken drugs from swept over tho largest portion of tho j I feel I may be tresspassing on your doctors for years without being helped Dr State some three or four years ago space and time but my pen has got Miles Heart Cure restored me to health It Â¬ which caused not only tho destruc- under way and my mind running la truly a wonderful mcdlclno and It affords This ticket entitles you to a 5 per cent rebate on every mo much pleasure to recommend this rem tion of the oranges but also the de Â¬ and thinking of the past present and edy to everyone struction of tho orange trees in al Â¬ future and I go on wrltingpenciling cash purchase of 100 or more Dr Miles Remedies IRW n- most every portion of tho State down thoughts as they come and go SSI arc sold by all drug HRv gists under a positive Tho peoplo I havo met on this trip some few sections only escaping EAGLE WHITE LEAD EXCEPTED guarantee first bottle In passing along I recalled the I have never met or heard of before benefits or money re-beautiful and almost continuous Tics formed that will last hero and SSJ funded Book on dis Br One ticket only redeemed with each purchase eases of tho heart and Bfc stretch of groves on every road from in the beyond It reminds me of nerves free Address t one end of the State to the other Longfellows Elizabeth DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart ind filled with ripe fruit Now I rarely Ships that pass in the night and speak each other in passing saw an orange on a tree and trees not m m Am kj m A v higher than my head they being the Only a signal shown and a distant Exgxr growth from the root or frozen off S on voice in the darkness pass and the ocean of life we stubb of the old trees speak one another Years ago I wrote a number of Only a look and a voice then dark ness again and silence letters to you from Flo Ida which a creat many of your readers will re- - We are having cold weather still Horso Collars Hamos Picks Saws Shovels Paint Brushes Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire member in which I stated what the I commenced this the 9th This is I am housed and must be future of the State was no one could the 11th tell that every tiling except tho employed My thoughts are home orange was undeveloped ward and I would go homo but I In several of my visits even as believe it best to remain until I will Jato as themlddleand last of March I be safe in returning Yesterday morning we had zero have seen beans tomatoes cucumThss handsome table Mahog- Â¬ bers after a poor man had them weather very cold for these parts any inlaid top and shelf ready for tho market In one nights I see from the morning papers the MASONIC time wiped from the face of the Governors Mansion has burned man left penniless and Am sorry of tho loss Gov Bradley earth and the homeless Tho climate of the Stale sustained individually but am glad S2ZUSZSSZ2Z3 tho old rattle trap burned Hope as a whole is grand come along and something will be done to make These cold spells and do their work of destruction and things more respectable and this disappear and every thing is grand will bo tho cause of a new beginning and beautiful all of a sudden and In all around Frankfort clines to mako one forget the I forgot to mention in either of my past and we start in for a repetition former letters that I had the pleasure of the same things over Some years of meetingat Tampa Fla Mrs Geo wo succeed some years we fail all T Stagg She having heard before business has its tips and downs so leaving homo I had gone to Florida goes life I was in a store tho merchant told THE- I left Jacksonville last Monday mo she had inquired of him if he had Ho had not I stepped one week ago for Savannah Ga seen me then Charleston S C then Colum- - in a few minutes after she left He bia S C then Charlotte N C then called her over the telephone and in Richmond Va then this piaco all a few minutes she walked In How pleasant it is to meet friends when1 in the interest ot Miles Son I havo spent very few idle mo- - away from home Site gave me an 334 MAIN STREET ments Tho thought comes to me invitation to dine with her next day right hore who is there in Frank- - in her steam yacht which I accepted FRANKFORT K fort and Franklin county who is not Had a good dinner and spent a pleas interested In the success of Miles ant hour or more When I left my BO YEARS Son Tho farmers find u market heart was full I said this was ouo EXPERIENCE right at their door for their grain of the ovents of my life I speak of instead of going to the four corners this as one only of the events that of tho world to find a market for tho happened on this trip They hap- manufactured article poned every day and every hour In There Is not a business or profes- each day Trade Mark sion or its surroundings that Is not How pleasant life is when we DESIGNS interested directly or Indirectly In mako It so when we try to make it Copyrights Ac AiTn t millns ketch and description may all of our homo manufactories and so Life is made up of little bits of quiukl fiui iiur upiuwjii irvo wueiuer mi lnTentlon is urntiahlr patentable Communlca-should be patronized in its fullest tilings ono who tries to make life tlons strictly confidential Handbook on Iatents ont free Oldest aaencr for securing stents sense yes even to make it their bus out of big thinits proves a failure Talents taken through Munn Co reoelr tpteial notics without charge In the iness to work for them and havo Oh these thoughts of mlno I stop Yours truly t Scientific them to succeed These are my John E Milks A handsomely Illustrated weekly largest cirthoughts at homo and far away from culation of any sctentlUo journal Terms W a For La Grippe jean four months L Sold by all newsdealers home MUNN New York Co38Bwd It is n terrible thing to me to leave Branch Offloo 625 V St Washington D C Thomas Whitfield A Co MO home Thoro never was a being moro attached to homo than 1 To Chicagos corner Jackson st one of oldest and most prominent For RentStore Room leave home is n heavy drag but druuglsts recommonded Chamber Â¬ duty urges me on and I go go out lains Cough Remedy for la grippe Tho large store room in Masonic in the world to keep the men in our as it not only gives a prompt and complete relief but also counteracts Temple ono of tho best In the city timploy and help them feed and any is offered for rent Applv to Capt tendency of la grlppo to result in Head of Clinton Street Telephone 100 clothe their wives and little ones til ill tvwvnln B O Milam or Hen T Fanner For salo by J W I find I am running off into things Gaylo Hfcij Iflpi 4 ti Â¬ son-in-liu- Dr Miles Heart Cure v M V fcO i CUT THIS OUT AND BRING TO US j TWfyvwvywvyvswvii7 wwjwjmrwwa Jm I I JM STAfiA jv RAfiAN Â¬ Â¬ STAGG BACON j TEMPLE ANN STREET Â¬ GLEN MART RRgers G 2 50 H IT Per Sons MATTERS COtL Pirn i alter Clean free from slack at j Â¬ 7c bushel liHjTE American Â¬ Almost as economical as lump For sWle by h Â¬ Wa-bash-- ADUDLEY BLANTON rAiSAAafciAilvXTAArarr jjgfljgj i Rtatos Suprotne Court Airs A Rollins Burnam and Airs Mrs 15 P Dorey 1h visiting friends Sam AI itonnott ontortalnod tho in Mt SforlliiR Ky Ladies Eucher Club on Tuesday I oclock Miss Brnmlbotry la tho guest of afternoon from 3 toIndies worn Quito pres Â¬ a largo number of Mrs StnpfK PERSONAL lfmftirti fin iyAvAvyvwyvjvwiuvayvKrAiyviy- - 3a Thos Col Jncjlc Uirrott of Louisville wns hero this week Miss Christine Brndlov Is visiting Alius Juno Cooll in Danville Air Geo PBorry and wife returned Tuosdny lrom Now York City Lieut Will Huycraft U S Army Is visiting his mother in this city Miss Anulo Tobin Is tho guest of Mrs listUI D Guffy In Louisville Air J A Barnes returned from Owlngsvllle on Monday morning Air J A Barnes vlRitod his wife at and enjoyed tho liospltnltv of charming ladles to the fullest extent Aliss Margaret Berberlch daughter of Air V Berberlch Is attending tho Cincinnati College of Alusio Tne 13th Students Recital was hold on Saturday last Peb 11th and Aliss Berberlch was on tho programme and rendered a piano solo a Tutor tnezzoj b Barcarolle Aliss Berborlch is a talented young musician and her frlonds here oxpout much lrom her In tho future ent tucHO Thou CFO T reooieiwant anew I I 1 2ZZS2ZIZZZE7135ZZ52 the Best jfcjT Owlngsvllle tiiiturday and Sunday Col A J Pickens made a business The busiest und mightiest little trip to Crittenden county thlB week thlnir that ever wna inado is Dr Dr John Rodman of Waxahachlo Kings New Life Pills Every jiill Toxas is visiting relatives In this is a sugar coated giobuln of health city that changed weakness Into strength brain fag Miss Bradford is tho guest of Miss llstlessuess into energy Elizabeth Holt on Washington into mentnl power Theyre wonder- Â¬ Only ful in building up the health street Sold by J W Gayle 2oe per box Mr Bacon of Ohas P Browor Co Lexington was In tho city Working Night and Day DEALING HERE THEY GET IT m Vr Friday Mouse for Rent -CALL Mm inst receivofl I ra K ills Etc Tl liiof Hamburg Hi isli and Luce Li Wg AND SEE OUR GOODS HERE Air J A Edge of Lexington viscontains nil the nutritive elements of ited relatives here last Sunday wheat berry The coarse woody Tho last page of the Roundabout the alone being eliminated fiber If now being edited by that veteran properly cooked it makes a more editor D U Crutcher is very inter- palatable bread than white flour esting to the people Tho date se Highly recommended by medical lected by Air 0 April 1st is un- authorities for persons having indoor her brother-in-lafortunate as it gives a certain employment and of sedentary habits Ananias tinge to the announcement AIis8es Alaude aud Hallio TaliaMiles GitAiiAM Flouii the very ferro are visiting friends at their old Air Mack Spauldlng agent for finest quality of Graham flour over home in Falmouth has put on this maiket Not a mixture Keennns War With Spain of bran and low grade flour but tho Air Frank Heenoy is in Now York taken several orders here City purchasing his spring stock of Five years ago a number of our whole product of the best wheat thoroughly cleaned und ground by ary goous ana notions people subscribed for a muguzino for an improved process Miss Drew of Detroit Alich has one yeurand the paper has been com- Â¬ u perfect AIiles Gkumolina been the guest of Miss Amelia Welt ing ever since breaklust food Alade of wheat Con- Â¬ zel at tho Capital Hotel A certain great advertising doctor taining all the valuable elements of Dr S B Holmes Postmaster re- who a short time ago trimmed his the wheat berry necewiry for susturned Sunday from Battle Creek ads with skeletons has now taining lire und building up the tisAlich much Improved in health adopted u snake to ornament his sues ol the body Superior to oatmeal AIiles Breakfast FLAKEsmado ads the idea being to scare to Mr Alahlon AI Chew of Cleveland Ohio will arrive today to visit his death those his physic failed to kill of the very best Kentucky wheat carefully selected und thoroughly father-in-laAir John T Buckley Those who had the pleasure of cleaned All woody outer coat- Â¬ AI R Hainline and wife of Alt hearing Rev Air Taliaferro at the ing of the branthe Air being scoured off and AI C A Sterling aro guests of iter parents Y lecture on Diniel and then crushed by an improved pro- Â¬ Air J M Ledridge aud wife South his faithful loyilly were much cess It is easily prepared for break- Â¬ Side pleased Daniel was a very level- Â¬ fast as this crushing process makes Airs Geo W Ohinn and Airs A headed citizen who in spite of all it soft and tender and easy to cook stood by Hopple want to New Orleans La on temptations of the gang a position iVery much superior to oat meal or those who placed him in Saturday cracked wheat of honor Soon after Daniel became Miles Farina the mnt delicate Air Guy Briggs attended tho Alardl Judgu of Franklin county Ky and Well wheat from Gras aud visited relatives in New the same gang came to see mm Dut preparation adapted for lite in the sick room or Orleans La tnis week he refused to discard old friends for for young children as well as making Airs Molloy of Louisville who has doubtiul new ones delicious food lor well people boen the guest jot her sister Mrs These products are all made of Air Dock Lucelleld is visiting Air Ohas Weitzel has returned home choice Kentucky Wheat which has Ben WiNon the finest flavor known Superior to Airs Robert Christie of Milwaukee A very nice party well attended Northern Spring Wheat or White Wis Hub returned home after a visit and much enjoyed by quite u num Wheat to Mrs Lottie Watson ner sister-in-laber of our young ioiKt at air Ban AH manufactured by Lust Thursday nipht AIILES SON Aliss Esther Burnam gave a dance fords to the As You Like It Club on The IUrign Scribe takes this way of Alerchant Millers Frankfort Ky 10 tf Monday evening at tho Capital thanking unknown friends for pres Hotel ents of three highly colored pictures The llrst lor Mrs Josse S Peak and children of leceived last Tuesday Millions Given Away Georgetown are visiting Airs D O depth of color c beat the well the second Orutclior corner of Ann and Clinton known Old Alasters It is certainly gratifying to tho wits a poetical gem the third was streets public to know of one concern in the n combination ol the two first Aliss Susie Rodman of Louisville land who are not ufrald to be generThree attended the funeral of her aunt Scotlandpoets in three countries born ous to the needy and suffering The England and Ireland did Airs Hugh Rodman on Thursday of proprietors of Dr Kings New Disadorn last week would take till three rolled up in covery for Consumption Coughs and It Cold have given away over ten Dr John Rodman of Waxahache one I tell ye million trial bottles of this great Texas who has been tho guest of his To equal the Irish bard OKelly medicine and have the satisfaction brother Dr W J Rodman has reThe ad three bottles of quack of knowing it has absolutely cured turned home free has improved it now thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Mrs John L Long and Airs J B physic four bottles The ad to were guests of Airs Jas P oilers who make their own dresses Bronchitis Hoarseness and all dis Lewis AlcOonnell in Woodford county on ladles tWti fnntu Xn rhn nnttcrnr tu eases of the throat Chest and Lungs oaiwI u aro surely cured by it Call on J w tw QUI U AlllY VWJ Thursday Always tie u knot In your thread Gayle Druggist and get a trial Oapt Joe A Black Second Mis when you begin work The ud bottle Regular size 50c and SI Volunteers of Carrol Hon Mo souri Natural lien Incubator send three was tho guest of his sister Mrs dollars hatches out fifty eggs tho Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded Helen McCluro this week Roundabout readers aro too intel Miss Bettio AloKoe of Woodford ligent to need any explanation as to county gavo a social dance to the what a Natural Hen Is Hatch Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky As You Liko It Club on Tuesday out fifty eggs Why there aint no evening at the Capital Hotel reason why you cant hatch five hun Below will bo found a list of letters Alessrs Will Bull Harry Alattern dred and fifty if the old hen dont remaining unolaimed for the week out and Sam Whitehead left Thursday give ending Fob 18 1809 morning for Hendorson to attend the Anderson Box andPrico Cora State Convention of tho Y AI 0 A Brave Men Fall Basket Factory Rodgers Miss Enmau Airs Alary Luoio AI Dr Sam Rodrnan who was Assist Slzetnoro Illto ant Surgeon in tho army und was Victims to stomach liver nnd Eliza Mrs in Cuba resigned his commission and kidney troubles as well as women Gipson AlrsSarah Stanley Tom Lulie J has returned home Ho will take a and all feel tho results in loss of Harrington Jud A Stypes Volt Rarry Lea two years special course in New imnetlte nolsons III the blood buck- - flondriek Wilson York City HeiHa very prominent ache nervousness headache nnd HIeath O E A Wright Aliss Lou Walter Jones Thomas young physician tiled listless run down feeling Hut Moore Charley wris i rnnir Drs U V Williams E E Home theres no need to feel like that Alulhous John Gardner Idavillo John to J J R Ely S John L Longattended South Listen He saysW Electric Hitters are Persons calling for nny of these let tho Ind Coleman and J tera will please say advertised meeting of the Kentucky Alldland Just tho thing foramnn when hois S B Holmes P AI in Louisvlllo all run uown una uoui uuo wuciuur Alodioal Association this weok lie lives or dies It did more to give and good appetite Have You Seen It W H Julian Jas me now strength could take I can Alessrs Ira and Orockott than anything I H Polsgrove T Hlter havon now now Frank Ohinn and Jno W Rodman lease eat anything and fit tents at AlcClures great show window nd Only on life attorneys In tho Bank Tax Ontos It tells you all about how to save a leave for Washington City to night to J W Gaylos Drug Store Every barrel of monoy guaranteed argue those cases beforo the United bottle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ Air 0 T Duvall of Poaks Alill camo in to see us yesterday afternoon Col Jas Andrew Scott went to Georgetown on Tuesday on legal business Hon Jere P OMeara of Eliza bethtown spent Sunday and Monday in this city Mrs Con McAuliflo of Lexington is tho guest of her daughter Mrs Ohas Woitzol Col A J PlckenB has returned from a trip to his old home In Crit tenden county AIis8 Shelly of Louisville who has fceen the guest of friends here has jo turned home Aliss Sallie Scott of Nicholasvtlle is the guest of Mrs J B Hendrick at The Terraces Miss Alice Buford was called to Paducah Wednesday by the illness of Â¬ Containing five rooms besides kitchen and buth room on Main streel For information apply to Dr G V Ohinn 203 Alain street 21 DOLLARS BECOME ELASTIC tf Lost cles between Southern i Pair of riding frame gold specta- Â¬ Kg Presbyterian Church and my home buimble re ward for same 25 C Kagin I NO 41 ST CLAIR STREET NEAR BRIDGE Bro m I S H Â¬ lt Jos ROBTNBON Pea Ridge patent flour on earth Milks J E M Flouii the best Milks Whole Wiikat Flour TwentVfive Years Ago tM- - rl aaaaas MEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Twenty five years ago yesterday afternoon a compositor working at tho case in the old Yeoman office quit work went out and got himself married The next morning he was back at his case while the friends were extending sympUhy to the unfortunate young lady in the case Nearly twenty one years of tho twenty live which have fled since then the printer in question has been engineering tho destiny of tho ltouNDABOUT and yesterday the neighbors und kind friends weie sending in spoons and other nice things If you did not hear of it in time to get in the pressure its not too late yet Articles of free silver or even gold standard will be ac- Â¬ cepted Â¬ NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED NO THE NUW METHOD TUKATMLNT ffS original villi Drs k V K will pol- - I fcj tliplv iMirn fdrovpr fttiv fnrm if lllood o f Pi bexual dlnnto It U tho rcimll of M yean oxperlcnco In tho treatment tf thcto dilute CURE HO PAYi WE CURE SYPHILIS This tcrrlblo Blood Pnifon tho terror j of mankind yields rcndlly to our bUW THLAIMlfM Uewaro of Mercury lotjfh ele Ihoymny ruin your r j tcui If you lm o rorcj in tto iuomiIi or tungue r pilns in Iho Joints Foro throut hair fihltrnivji fuilitiir mfidinnlLdor bT0tchH OCUW 1 xi Ki ftomnch dernnirpmcnt Furo eves hind- - W r etc you lino tao Fecouuary mono o roiicit iuo ct tins mood roison mort ohttinnto cites nnd chillengo tho world for n euro rro rccept for Irmlraeiit nnd cannot cure lly our tnatmenttho ulcers heal the hair trows main pains dlsappon- - ihokli becomes healthy und marrijco 1J Bean the TtZm EXECUTORS OASTOXIZA NOTICE flniRFSGIIARAMTFFD Bought loeiblo and tafc e Kind You Have Always W incn Imio their MKnr nnUMiamy riiiei by cirly abures Inter excesses menial worry ttc No mntUr tho ciufo our New ilothod Treatment 13 tno nfiiKe ThournmUof jounc and mlddlcnKcd I have been by t e Franklin Countjr Court July qu timed us tho executor of the 1 ud will of John Hurtle deceased und nil parties Indebted to the estate of said decedent ir requested to make iainent to me und tliote mtvlng claims against said estate will present the same properly proven to me J011NB LINDSEV 24 lm Kxr of John 8 Hume uj WE CURE IMPOTEMCY Alia rcpioroni ikitib hi n urrianui W tton Amliltioti Ufo aoil cnoir nio io- I v ft it 1 S n ah -- - nA fnl 1 I l nery rjsn m utshuiiiuiIt - m Bmoiurrucn lunlly nornrc nll iuiioourwonuirNo lniitter what nils Ton If lul buclcs r consult in cniiGdr itiiiir wo can inrI1 nlh Imnk Imu Is to uurnntco touccumpllth what wo claim t DOW A lllllttnl n tt Â¬ Dr Caays ContlrtTon Powders art just what a horse needs when In hitil condition Tonic blood purifier aim They are not food but vermifuge medicine and tho best in use to put n Price 25 horse in primo condition cents per package Kor sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Co LeCompte rVi HrHicroHK iMPorBNOv srot iv 1 lllAimt- IMpni I im v v VJ UTIlVrV i enNkiiive iin Ill Kiiiiri rt 1 unable to c ill wiltn f r FltllU OlIKSIION llLAXK for 1I0 lJ TllEATMUXT j We Ireat nnd cure BYlMIIIlr- VAKICOCELL 250000 CUKLiJg jMISrl0 I ill tlMI szz - - X25 Kennedys 1 KERGA3 O Â¬ 22 W Fourth St CINCINNATI Â¬ For Sale or e ase Desiring to change my residence I will sell or lease mr sttible on Ann street Tins is the best Incited stublt In the city Is well adapted to the livery bus liens und liberally pitronlied y AB tfZm ABl iKlm ftB tM Â¬ W B LUJKET lie Best iortlieMouey IS THE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dulbi and PlsnU have gone to tbouiamls of latlined iu lomeri for half century and to celebrate tie Wth year In builneu we have luued a Golden Wedding edition of SEEDS i VI CK S which It a work of art S4 pages lithographed In colon ltli linndmnie I panes souvenir nearly too pages ttlled rianis hair tone Illustrations of Ilowern veBeiauies A mar Kruluetcetfantlyboundliiwhluaiiil jold el In catalogue making an authority on all lulijecli iiertalnlng to tin garden with care for the aainy and a descriptive catalogue of all that Is desirable Ii li mo imt eirenilve to give away InllKcrimlnatelto but fte tuyy have everyone IntereMed In a guod garden Ihereforewswlll send the Juldo unci VicksfnftlSr Guide UVii III II for USe worth ol seed J 13 CtS It U1U hew credit Is Wen for rail Amount of parentis to buy ottur f oodi illoe Cem Ontalogup Vlok8 Llttlo gem of a price list It ll limply perfect Vloka Knlarged the lltllt A Oulcle condenied finely lllurtrated and l hiindr shspe Disking It convenient for reference I It I IS relatlug to Oardenlng llorthulture etc W cents a year Hpeelnl JKIljl oller the iXiikiizIiio one year and the Juldo for J3 rents lvn you mors Jar aiw plan ef iilllBg Visitable for your noaiy thin any iii4 keuii la Atairlca Monthly Illustratedand up to date MoKOzlnp on Improved ORSTS JOHNSON 811 MAIN Nov 2Gtr yfcWBr HOGE STREET James Vicks Sons N Y Roohostor m fr B - snakes nnd centipedes They are all pretty liid I go to town every time I eun get Below we give sihiIIhh Interest njr letter from our ynuiit friend Private a puss I like to go to seo what I can August Szymnnskl Third Kentucky sec A Cuban took in through the Volunteer Infantry who Is now prison here nnd It was a lino one every tiling Was as clean as a pill stationed at MittiMUsa- Cuba The and It was painted nicely Cuha Sunday Matanzas February 6 180 f flowers Inside were In bloom and every tiling looked like spring time Dew Mother 1 received your letter yesterday Ticy hntl a good many prisoners You ought to see how glad 1 was to it s a butter prison than the one nt get It I thought you had not re- - Frankfort celved my last letter Myself and There are lots of places hero for nil the Frankort boys are well and amusement and pleasure I have no enjoying themselves How Is every stamps but I will get some pay day thing In Frunktort by this time Wo j Hgned tho pay roll lust Thursday are camped on the Hide of the fort Wo will get paid as soon us a pay yet but will move upon u hillside master gets here in a few days The town where we I have not seen n sign of a post were to move Is In no condition for otllee When we mall a letter wo There U give it to one of tho men of the tne American soldiers nhd yellow lever mere any und ho mulls It They say we are to stay here awhile Everything you buy over hero Is very high Coal oil one dollar a gal- nnd then we arc tu go to Colon The first battalion of the Third Ion bread ten cents a loaf fresh beef Kentucky Is at Cardenas tho second eighty cents a pound and every battalion is at Union and our bat- - thing elso Is high I have not seen talion here at MatanH The pop- - any butter or eggs but they have illation of this town kiighty elglu some very flnu Jersey cattle- here thousand There are four rcglmviits Tne horses are smaller than tho The1 American horses and are good workhero besides out battalion place where we were to go has four en thousand inhabitants and there have i 0 guard duty about three times been no soldiers there a Week utul fatigue duty ubout threeThere is talk here that we arecom times a week I just came olT of Ing back to the United States and be fatigue duty mustered out In about three weeks Has Willie Klncald got back to The weather Is lino heiv Frankfort yet What did ho have to I took a wnlkcKt r the hills a few say Havo they finished tho brick days ago ami came to u garden It streets yet When you answer this was worth going miles to see All tell me all the news and send trie kinds of vegetables were glowing papers about two times a week It and every thing green The Cubans makes a soldier as Ignorant as a dog say It Is this way all the year round Ver here We cant understand the I went to an orange grove utid ot Cubans and can not keep up with some oranges that were not quite tho times in tho United States be- xipe anu uiaue some lemonade out ori caus0- wo have nothinir to read them and it was very good I went I will nowclose this letter as I am in the Matanzis bay and got some of tired and trying to get some rest so the prettiest shells you ever saw kiss papa for me and all thechildren Some of them are the size of an egg Tell them I will bring them some Â¬ and some are smaller They are thing wjicu I get back Answer beautiful If I live and get back this soon Love and kisses to you homo I am going to bring some to From your far away son the children August Every soldier has a cot to himself and there are six to a tent they are Happy Is the man or woman who very largo tents and have floors The can eat a good hearty meal without su tiering Aard If you can not reason we havo mis N heaiio it will do it taneafter Kodoli Dyspepsia Cuuk keep the fever away and keep tin in- It digests what you eat and cures all sects troin getting on the cots Tne forms of Dyspepsiu and Indigestion insects are very dangerous The Tyler Hemphill and W McKeo Hurdle worst oile i tne tarantula S inie times they me with a bune of Forks of Elkhorn banana- - mid tneie an scorpion Another Letter From Cuba I I com-small-p- girl Sunday lust Many thanks to you John for tho kind invitation to your Valentino party last Tuesday night Will over remember our old friend Mrs Jr A M Allies and daughter are visiting relatives in Shelby county this week Hoys keen your boots blacked and collars stiff fur there Is going to bo u wedding soon but mint me Messrs John Golti9 Willie Rob crts and James Lewis and their best elrls were seen out in their iew sleighs Sunday last Mr Joe Peiffer was tho charming guest of Miss Nctta Smith Suiuluy last Take tho Roundahout and get It Papas Only OiiiM nil Â¬ Week ury 11th und 12th to Birmingham and return limited to February 17 at one fare for the round trip Account of Mardl Gras Gen Pass Agent Outrageous ent churches and representatives of February Oth to 13th the Frank Â¬ the fraternnl orgunlzatlonsof the city fort Cincinnati rnllwny will sell T tickets to New Orleans and return was held at the olllco of Mr lien Farmer on Ann street Tuesday limited to February liSand Febru Â¬ fine time slpliflilnir this CHARITY ORGANIZATION You ran hear the merry Jingle of tho sleigh bells tit all hours The Suffering Poor to be Cared for Hoping nil the readers of tho Systematically Uoundajiout are enjoying tho pleas Â¬ ures as well ns the wintry blasts I In accordanco with previous notice will say good bye for another week Just Us n meeting of tho pastors of the differ Â¬ huvini n J R Nhwton For frost bites burns indolent The conduct of the returning sores eczema skin disease and es- Â¬ Fourth Kentucky Volunteers from pecially Flies De Witts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best L ink Annlston Ala where they were out for dishonest people who try to mustered out Is a disgrace and n Imitate and counterfeit it Its their endorsement of a good article Worthless goods are not imitated Get HeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Tyler Hemphill and W McKeo Hurdle Kentucky Historical Society shame to the State It makes those of us who have been proud of our State and its brave soldiers hang our bends In shame Thank God there were other and a different class of soldiers from Ken- Â¬ tucky Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Historical Society met as announced at their rooms on Satin day 11th of February The officers were re elected by the Executive Committee Mr John F Green was elected to fill the place of Hon Grant Green deceased Vice President Hon John A Steele 1st Vice President delivered a fine address which bus been published Dr J D Bryan not being nble to be present his pnper the pre ploneer history of theBoonesnnd Bryanswas read by Mrs Jennie C Morton Sec retary of the Society who also read tho report showing not only the in- Â¬ terest felt in tho Society at home but n substantial recognition of It as the State Society both In Europe and America Also a letter from the Missouri Historical Society asking that this society take steps to be rep- Â¬ resented at the anticipated centennial of St Louis in 1903 the commem oration of the purchase of that State in 1803 The letter was considered and filed Bean the Signature of These hoodlums should be punished to tho full extent of the law Exchange Opens Â¬ The L idles Exchange will be open to day at the same place next to Mrs Kate Welchs on Main street They will have for sale cakes pies salad Ac and will he triad to have the patronage of their friends Hoists a hill One J T Clark was arrested at Eminence on Tuesday for passing a bill which had been raised to a 10 bill on a merchant in that town The man wns arrested by the City Marshal a warrant sworn out and Deputy U S Marshal Con McCarty brought him here on Wednesday night He was tried before U S Commissioner Chapman yesterday morning and held over to the U S Court 1 evening for the purpose of ellecting an organization the object of which Is to look after tho suffering poor of the city Rev M B Adams of tho Baptist Church presided and Mr Ben T Farmer acted as Secretary There wero present the pastors of the Baptist and Southern Presby Â¬ terian Churches representatives of the City Council the Musonlc Odd Fellows Knights of Honor Y M I Knights nnd Ladles of Honor Maccabees Ancient Order of United Workmen Lodges Y M C A German Benevolent Society and others Interested In the work It was determined to give a concert on Monday night to raise n charity fund nnd Dr W E Baxter was appointed chairman of the Programme Com- Â¬ mittee and together with Prof Wayland Graham will havo charge of the entertainment A large com- Â¬ mittee was then raised to take charge of the sale of tickets and a futuro meeting arranged for As the company present was an earnest and enthusiastic ono It was thought best to effect a permanent organization to look after the poor in future in a systematic way und the following were elected officers of tho Charity Organization of tho city Ex Mayor Lewis Mangan Presi- Â¬ dent Mayor W S Dehoney Vice Pres- Â¬ ident Ben T Farmer Secretary A W Overton Treasurer An Executive Committee was also appointed composed of all the pas- Â¬ tors of the city Secretary of the Y M O A Captain of the Salvation Army and the presiding officers of all the fruternal organizations who will look up and investigate the condition of all the worthy poor and adminis- Â¬ ter to their wants at the same timo trying to shut off tho Impostors and unworthy applicants for charity It is hoped that our merchants and others who havo been harassed by frequent calls will send all applicants to some officer of the organiza- Â¬ tion so that their cases may bo in- vestigated and wants supplied Â¬ OASTORXA 9 Louisville Pike DKLAYUD LUTTKIl Tha Kind You HarB Always Bought Dr Bulls vOUkII Cures a Cough or Cold In f one day I Why cough and risk Consumption This famous remedy will cure you Doctors recommend It Price 25 cents Sold by all druggists f OVaTUDa i r i Fabio Roman Have You Heard Of It You about SCOTTS EMULSION that it may have heard fin 5 and have a vague notion is cod liver oil with its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive fea tures It is cod liver oil the purest and the best in the world but made so palata ble that almost everybody can take it Nearly all children like it and ask for more r - rA EMULSION looks like cream it nour- Â¬ ishes the wasted body of SCOTTS K- the baby child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence ft bears about the same rela- Â¬ tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk If you K have had any experience with other so called just as good preparations you 5 win una mat mis is a raci f The hypophosphitcs that are combined with the cod liver oil ffllM Sflrlltl AMfcl analaairfc Aft la la a ja at give uuuuiuiiai vault tu it ucunuc A they tone up the nervous system 2 and Impart strength to the whole body Joe and tioo all druggists mA SCO i i a NEChemiitiNtwYork m Finest sleighing weather that has Mrs Bettie Williams of Frank bvHn since Feb 18io fort is visiting Mr Hiram Forbes Mr Will South spent Sunday with and family his parents Mr Barry South and Miis Sallie Roberts who spent sov wlp eral weeks with Miss Maymo Crutch Miss Mattle Lucas spent part of the er has returned to her home near South JJenson Week with Miss Roberta Moore Moving seems to be all tho go just MNs Carrie Brock spent this week ut present Mr Francis Duvall lias at Peaks Mill moved to Harvlelutid Mr John Master Albert Smith of Duckers Flynn has moved into the house just Is visiting his aunt Mrs Melvln vacated by him Mr William H Helm Parrentis moving into the house Mumps which have been roglng where air jviynn uvea ftir smith formerly of Casey county has moved in our village have absconded into the house near Judge Moores Mr Calvin Hockeusiuith of Em Â¬ and on the same farm inence was the guest of his brother and family last week Air Albert Miss Belle Clay of Lexington is visiting iuiss uimstme lteynoius Hockeusmlth Dr Crutcher made a flying trip to Monday Feb 13th the thernom eler registered 2o degrees below zero Louisville lust weeK Mr Willie Parrent from near the Mr Joseph L Holton has a posippent Tuesday night and tion at the Jail He fills tho pluce Port Wednesday with his cousin Mr uueiy occupieu oy lur xom south Blackburn and Ml s Ola Hawkins Mrs Dr Binder was called to Ver- Â¬ Mr Ben Utterback likes a Hall sailles last week to tho bedside of her better than any oilier part of a house father at least it seems that way and that Mnnv villi lillniM were twnivjfl In extremely cold weather he UKedone ur vlllaiiw uesrduy both comic and that was pretty fer from homo handsome and must have been real hot ex But this is Mr Tom Baker has moved into cusothu slang please tho house of Mrs Trlplett on Bunker what Madam Humor is telling Only Mi mil Wo were delighted to seo the news items from Benson Valley last week Happy Ridge and hope tho dear Lily will continue to write Just such Interesting letters tho Sleigh riding all the go in this sec every week 1 hopetwo time will soon come when wo shall meet tion as friends and exchange those hand Tho carpet of snow Is beautiful to shakes look at while it is also the emblem Mrs M J Darnell of peace Let us look and hope for near Jetts this week visited relatives the peace Mr Blackburn Hawkins spout Kov Geo Sullivan closed his meet ing th Gloru schoolhouse last Sun part of the week with relatives near dav nk lit Quite a number attended Bridgeport during tho meeting Next Tuesday Is tho 14th day of Mr James Graves called on Miss February und you must be careful how you open those curiously ad llnttie Mc Daniel Sunday last d reused envelopes before every onu Rev G W Foley occupied tho pul around for they might contain a comic valentine in at Aiilloch lust Sunday morning iind will be there next second Satur Â¬ Wonder matter witli day night also Sunday morning at Mr Duoley what is theLapsley now and Mis the iimiiiI hour 11 oclock We dont seo the red wheel buggy Mr Willis Jenkins has moved to making us many trips out the now his new house pike us it used to Messrs Willie Johnson Fielding Bro Wallace will preach at the Marshall and Cleveland Smith have Bridgeport Christian Church ii rned home from a visit to Mr J at 11 oclock Night service S Ayncs of Shelby couuty also Mr Josh Allen called on his best Some of tho young folks have been Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Aiden BenedictsFabio Rotnani which will be presented at the Cap Â¬ Cincinnati Railway Franifort ital Opera House Thursday night Feb 23 surpasses Monte Cristo In ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEKN its intensity of action in its subtlety of plot and in its cause and effect CiNCMll AND FHANKFGhT There are no chasms of sequence that must be bridged by the Imagi- Â¬ ASK FOR TICKETS VIA F A C RAILWAY nation It steps immediately upon a high level of intenso active inter- Â¬ Djeemb ir Btli 1838 est and keeps that level up to the ScheilulB of trUiu In eltect AM llM jl terrific emotional climax which is TRAINS EAST No 6 NolNo3 Mlxcl tUAsr Mlxeil the submerging of the expiring bodies of the principal characters In Lv Frankfort 7 0 ICO 3 40 jttkhorn 711 362 120 the rolling waters of the Bay of 71B 133 swltzer i 72 stamping irouml 41J 163 Naples amid the crashing thunder of DuyuIIs 734 41rt 2J5 an earthquake and the weird light of torgetottn 746 230 418 H17 3 21 Newtown 4 48 an eruption of Mt Vesuvius und is Centervtlle 336 Pi 450 30 3 45 Kllzuuetli 510 a tale of the dead founded first and Ar Purls f40 610 400 last upon the Judas like duplicity of M I M M M a woman No TRAINS WEST No4No6 Noh 1imr Piusar tasst Mlxe Mr Benedict who enacts the role of Fablo the wronged husband Is v PnrH J 30 640 425 141 Elizabeth 5 0 440 praised by the press everywhere U45 Centervllle 46G 365 Nentuwn f 3 601 610 tho company havo appeared and he ieometown il3 ii2 761 has surrounded himself with a com Duviills 1013 032 a 10 btimnlnKGrouiul 1060 Ii 3J 822 pany of more than usual merit Mias 11011 Swltzcr PUJ 840 Elkhorn 863 1107 tj6t Martha Beauford who Impersonates Ar Frankfurt 1120 710 915 Nina tho woman who bartered FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI her nil for lovo of gold is an excep M M tionally fine actress Tho remainder AM 340 LV Frankfort Ar 11 20 710 7U0 ib 42 Ar lieorKetonii Lv 10S2 of the cast Is strong and oven The 750 43S LV ieorneumn Ar 1023 620 617 costumes are rich and the stayo set 1006 oio lvr Cincinnati 1VI 30 400 tings are beautiful paintingsof Naples Diily except Sunday A and vicinity Miss Gratv Hunter connoosd with Li N B eonueoTj O who introduces her Serpentine Fire with Q and Stereoptleou dances between acts Tiit F a 0 Railway m connection with Queen Crescent Route forms tlie iiuk keat route trom 2 and 3 Is the finest artist who bus Frankfort ami lnrla to the South and via Cincinover attempted the difficult evolu- nati a direct Hue to the East and West UE0 HAIUElt JOSEllI It NEWTON tions demanded by those Intricate tlcnlSuyt a t P A dances C 0 TIME TAHliE X A I A 1 I 1 Â¬ 1 31 A 1 I Â¬ 0 Â¬ Â¬ 11 Pocket Book Lost Light tan pocket book gold mounted corners Contained n small sum of money and a gold pencil Liberal reward If returned to this office 2o SOUTH v Lexington N0J1 A NaS l M M lt rrnnMoit Shelliyvtlle r Louisville U00 10 Ol 815 011 620 013 800 7 00 For Sale NORTH As agent for the Methodist Church South of this city I will sell tho PEWS now In said church They will bo sold cheap Apply to 22 i2J2v at ah iiI8 U16 830 028 0 00 louUWIlft rihcloivllle Krankrort vr Lexington V tf A Roqkhs 700 740 840 aAakaBiaVaaMaMaaaiBMaiaKaHMMiaaMiitakarMaaMMMHilMaMMaa MMjiuijuij-iiiiiiiij-jnMimLiiwiMif- tJ hill II Hill lillll dllll IJI IffflfPTiifflfflM REMEA1BER 1 rK Ik Thp CrQntfnrt flnnnflflfinill Formcr Cod Spclls Council Procootllnija THE POOR Another Victory Concert at the Opera House The American Army under Oei The oldest inhabitant who has The Council met last Tuesday Otis achieved another signal victory assorted that the severe weathor of evening A communication was Entered nt Hip ptolllco Ht Frnnkfort Kentucky Tie that seetli his brother hive over the Phillppluosunder Aguiuuldo the past two weeks during which received from the School Board as geconii CMM maunuie nmuer time the mercury has ranged from asking for a levy of twenty five need and shutteth tin his bowels of on Friday afternoon Tho Phillp compassion against him how dwell plnos t had concentrated their force of a inlllu ftr cth tho love of Christ In him It l7 Jt VIIVII IIIIIIUIViVI GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 4 to aj below zero is not so had as lflll7 IN- some other time In Ills recollection more than 0000 men at Caloocan in may think he is correct but wo nnnce Committefi It has been arranged to give a con about 12 miles from Manila and Mr Darnell FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 18189 doubt It oilereda resolution requesting the cert on Monday night next at the were strongly cntruuehed I mm a record kept since 1853 we I intmcnt r a comnjtuc to get Capital Opera House for the bench t Upon a signal from Gen Otis the find that the only occasion upon Governors Mansion monitor Monadtiock and the gun H of the poor of the city which the weather came near being boat Concord shelled tho position for ir bllmS Governors Man The very best of our local talent u short time Inflicting terrible loss of Some of our citizens have been a severe as this was on Saturday ho resolution on on iw tutu old Jnnuary Cth 1884 when tho mercury somewhat disappointed tlmt tie has been secured and the entertain- life and destruction of property provides for the city building the The 20th Kansas 1st Montana 3d Governors Mansion was not totally went down to 20 degrees below zero ment will be first class in every pat destroyed by the recent fire While and hovered thereabouts for several Mansion at a cost not to exceed Regular Artillery 1st Idaho and nil agree that u new hnuc out and days Snow had fallen to tho depth 25000 the city to take in pay- Â¬ tlcular 4th Regular Cavalry then charged ment the property now owued by Prof Wayland Graham will have the works cheering as they went out would be much the most dpsir or some eight inches nble we torn facing n condition During tho time a cold rain set In the State and whatever insurance charge of tho affair and that Is u when the Phils dusted uway a3 and not a theory for a few hours then turning colder may be coming on the destroyed guar ntco that it will be a success fast as they could go having a largo It Is well known that Governor again tho whole face of the country property The limit on pauper The suffering for the last tenor number of dead wounded and pris Â¬ Bradley in two different messages was covered with ice making it allowances was suspended until oners urged upon the Legislature the dangerous for pedestrians and serious- - March 1st The use ot the Opera twelve days among tho poor of the Tho Americans reserved tlieirrifle buildinir of a new Mansion for the ly interfering with business House was donated for the concert city has been great notwithstanding fire until rijht up against the en Â¬ Governors residence It is also It was also said that the ther- - 0n Monday eveuing next The the fuct that our big hearted Chris- trenchments when tliey opened up well known that a larce number of mometer nt Lawrenceburg showed Chairman of the Health Com- - tian men and women have been do and swept the enemy down like the members of the two last Legisla 31 degrees below zero near abuut the lujttce wns instructed to open office ing what they could to relieve it grass tures were opposed to so doing and Same it Showed there tills time Agtiinuldo is doing his best to get llm1 rmrnlnr nflipo luuirs tn nt- rather favored the sale of the house Take It all In all we guess It must tend the needv people The Mayor They have paid again and ugaiu from awuy from Gen Oils forces they then had and turning the be conceded that our present ex- - rc0rtel appointment of Dr John their own pockets and now they Coldest in Forty Years rt money Into the State Treasury thus nfilniiiin In Irrui uiu litlpn utiixui liuiiciiii uiica Graham as City Physician during have come to the end of their ability curtailing the emoluments of the tho illness of Dr Duvall The There are many who cun buy n The thermometer kept balancing Governor by not furnishing him a Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Bem the matter of employing associate coun Â¬ ticket to the concert who are not above and below zero on Saturday house Signature sel in the Williams property tax able to give much any other way and uuduy but on Suuday utter This feeling prevented anything of cases was referred to the Finance and who will be glad to do so Tluse nuoii it set in lor u uowuwuru plunge from being done towards building n One at a Time Committee with power to act The small amounts when put together and Monday morning registered ttie new house and it still exists lowest tlmt it has ever gone here in Street Committee wns directed to Now then wo think it the part of lorty yeais 22 by Hie government When I wns a little boy helnin ndvnrtixe for bids for street hwoenor run up to u good round sum knowing these facts to at wisdom Let every one who can possibly do thermometer with a variance among once take steps through Custodian mother to store away tho apples I Ulltj March 1st 1899 my arm round so many o them iar firemen were allowed uniforms so purchase one or moro ticket to private instruments down to 33 who we think un- Â¬ Thompson below zero power to do so to nnd tried to bring them all I man Â¬ at 16 each doubtedly has the Fifty dollars was the concert Just tiuukof it And lots of poor repair and refit the present house so aged for a step or two Then one appropriated to buy bedding and The money will be put into good fell out an another an another an bed folks without fuel or provisions althat it will be almost if not clothing for the poor hands who will see that the deserv- God pity tlie poor und you help Him two or three more till they was all together as good as new ing poor ure relieved to do it by goiug into your pocttets Mother This should be done at the very rollin over the floor Kodol Dyspepsia Cure laughed for the necessary funds earliest possible moment so as to Digests what you eat Fires Now Daniel says she Im forestall and prevent any hostile So she upon the part of the enemies goin to teach you a lesson Soup Mouse action Bring in your premium In these terriblo wintry days it is put my little hands quite tight of our city tickets before March 1 wonderful how much destruction is The sum which will be recovered around one regulation soup house wns Awrought by fire For instance in They will not be good after There said she bring that an opened up on Monday through the insurance carried on the afternoon in Mondays papers there wero ac- that date old building will be enough for this tltn fetch another tho Dehoney building on Main K Ive often thought about it when street for tho suffering poor of the counts of scores ol bad fires In all 21 Ct K McClure Son work and it should be utilized soon Chicago a 050000 Ive seen folks who might be doing city It will be kept going until the directions In as received The Custodian has the riiht to use ever so much good if they didnt try necessity for it passes away It is fire New York City a 2o0000 fire Dr Miles Grip shatters the nerves this money in repairing and refitting to do too much all at once Dont go under the control of Messrs W S Albany N Y a S2o0000 fire and Restorative Nervine builds them up again the house and we know that he is trying to put your arms round a year Dehoney W B Bridgeford and so on willing to do so We are coniident an dont go troubliu about next Capt J J Nelson WM CROMWELL Umbrella Lost also that this will meet the sanction week An Honest Medicine for La Grippe One day at a time one hour one Law Bradley who has always Attorney of Governor Green silk umbrella with green been a friend to Frankfort Any minute yes one second is all tho Georgo W Wnitt of South Gardi- wooden handle lost on Saturday Frankfort Kentucky one with half an eye can see how time we get at once So our best ner Me says I have had the worst somewhere between the residences of course is to do the next thing cough cold chills and grip and have Mr Frank Chinn on Shelby street Also Beal Estate Asent Wilt practice in th greatly this will be to the Interest of udlomtDg counties Frunkllu and Daniel Quorm taken lots of trash of no account but and Miss Lutle Ware on Clinton Courts otalso give specialthe this city and we cannot too earnest- Â¬ next attention to the pur will profit to the vendor Chamberlains street Liberal reward for return to and and sale ot real extate collection ot rents chase ly and quickly get this matter in Give me a liver regulator and I Cough Remedy is the only thing that this office 24 lt claims and theneKOttatlon of loam shape can regulate the world said a ge Â¬ has done any good whatever I have Gov Bradley will complete his nius Thedruggist handed him a bot- Â¬ used one 50 cent bottle and the chills term next December so if the tle of DeWUts Little Early Risers cold and grip have all left me i Tvler famous little pills congratulate the mauuactuacrs of an present house is repaired it will not the Hemphill and W McKee Hardie honest medicine For sale by J be ready for him to reoccupy for a W Gayle Pretty Touglu large part of tho time he still has to Serious Shooting i serve and it will make but little Washington Feb 13 In the difference to him personally what is Col D G Colson and Lieut E D Mr done j but it will be a serious matter Ilui e notice was served by pro Scott of the Fourth Kentucky Wheeler of Kentucky that he to the new Governor and to this posed to voteajrainst tho 3200110000 Volunteers became involved in a appropriation to carry out the pro- - tiinlllitv on Saturduv nlirlit city ui An We aro fully warranted in saying visions of the treaty with Spain m n i is who wneeier wneeier from our knowledge of Gov Brad- Wheeler Pears like a fellow of regiment was being mustered out of ley that he feels a deep solicitude tno service about the interests of this city and that name has been rattling around III the trouble Col Colsoil WtlS in old Oscnr Tirniir alwi down wilt second every effort to forward about Paducah If hes agin It all seriously shot in the hip and side by her interest the balance of mankind may as well Scott As tlie mutter stands it is a very Chicago do as the old woman who trusted in Leaves Chicajro 030 p in every day Chamberlains Cough Remedy in Providence until the breeching broke seriuus one for Scott as they had not een mustered out and tho penalty gin fiean up Ilisgen Bros the popular South for shooting a superior officer is Side druggist corner 0Jtli st and AVentworth av say Wesell a great Only too Sadly True death deal of Chamberlains Cough Item m Before the discovery of One Mln- edy anil find that it gives tho most Tis an ill wind that blows no- satisfactory results especially among body good is nn aphorism tlmt Is as Kraity disturbed by coughing con IJIIIIUllll III ocL luiuiiiniivi croup old as the hills but as emphatically gregations No excuse for it now sale by J W Gayle For ALL Hemphill and W McKee Tyler true As It Should Be Hurdle This cold spell has been a godsend to the plumbers and coal dealers State Board of Equalization The celebration of tho anniversary They havo grown fat and sassy as battleship of tho destruction of the to pockets und importance while Tho State Board of Equalization Maine was duly observed nt Galvos poor hmb supplicants have liathto hns orKluzed for work for this year ton Texas on Wednesday In fittimr be8eech tbelr majesties to heed their The IJoard 8 comi0nCd of the foliow- sword accord with that a Cries 01 distress mnHnmon Inihrn W A ltnltnnk nf h- r and Bible purchased by tlie Sunday jNever minu noys tnere s a goou Barren county nenry G Overstreet G T A school children of Texas wero pre- time coming next July when tho B l Willis sented to Commodoro John W laugh will be the other way of Shelby county and W II Clark Philip who commanded tho battle of Jackson county ship Texas during tho war with HOW THISP Mr John L Scott Jr of Franklin Spain The sword was iiado by tho Wo oflor Ono Hundred Dollars Re- who designed tlie Dewey ward for any cano of Cutarrh that can- - county Mr Jos Farlywlne of Bour same firm bon county and Mr Ed C Linney sword and cost 3000 The presen not bo cured bv Hulls Catarrh Cure CO Props Tole- - ot Louisville aro the Secretaries Â¬ F J CHENKY tation was in approval of Commo uo u doro Philips public utterance alter Wo tho undersigned havo known V To ward off La Grippe take a dose of Dr the Santiago fight acknowledging J Cheney for tho lust 15 years and be Miles Restorative Nervine on going to bed him perfectly honorable in all tho sovereignty of Almighty God lieve Red Hot Prom the Gun busineds trunmictlons und tlminuitdly Tho battleship Texas was there able to carry out any obligations mudo commanded by Capt Slgsbee and by their firm Was the bull that hit G B Stead all tho o Ulcers and men attended the West iV Tiuux Wholesale Druggists man of Newark Mich in tho Civil i v Toledo O rv f i tu1 it ceremony Marvin Whole War It caused horrible Ulcers Wultllng Klnnnn that no treatment helped for 20 years is as it should he If this sale Druggists Toledo Ohio This Hulls aturrh Curo is taken inter Then Buckleus Arnica Salvo cured nation ever accomplishes tho great nally acting directly upon tho blood him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns and grand purposes for which Gud and mucous surfaces of tho system Boils Felons Corns Skin Ei options created it it will do It by recognizing Price 7oo por bottle Sold by all Drug Best Pllo euro on earth 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by J His authority and honoring tho man gists Testlmoniulu free W Gayle Druggist Halls Family Pills aro tho best who hold allegiance to him I I iiifnl 1 Â¬ Â¬ fr 1 Â¬ I Â¬ ln 1 OASTOHIA - jm 1 f x - Tlie-reg-p- ut i Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ tt Â¬ Â¬ No ill Western Limitei Â¬ ELEC TRIC LIGHTED Â¬ lwui jiu 20th CENTURY TRAIN Paul For St Minneapolis Duluth - Daylight Trainleaves Chicago 830 am daily except Sunday Night Express 1015 p daily AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA Ciiicago and Borfli Western Railway 1 Â¬ nrniviminv nir The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Chicago P Kniskern Address W Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Insurance JL gents I J Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Baoment of til Capital Hotol Â¬ Â¬ I vtfb 4 rMWllllPlPKa4rtilHMfSP9Ss5 iauM- - joiiisrsoisr T OGE3 BIG BARGAIN SALE WOTS WK3UPSI ElllWIIHII CLOAKS CORSETS AND WAISTS COTTONS AND SHEETINGS 5 cts yd for Mason villo Cotton 5 cts yd for Lonsdale Cotton cts yd for Berkley Cotton 7-J- 500 for choico of the ontire lino of 1000 1200 and 1500 Jackets 200 for ohoico of tho entire line of childrens 400 500 and 000 cloaks 100 125 nnd 150 corsets odd lots nt 50 cts 225 Equipoise Waists for 100 Jenness Miller worth 200 Corset Waists 100 8 cts yd for Lonsdale Cambric - DRESS GOODS All wool dress goods at cost UNDERWEAR All of our winter underwear at cost 15 cts yd for 10 Popporel Shooting 20 cts yd for lOj- Utica Sheeting DIMITY 300 yds White Check Dimity at 10 cts a bargain PERCALS AND CALICO 3 cts for Indigo blue calico 31 cts for Shirting calico 10 cts for best yard wido English Penang Yard wide good Percals at 7 cts MILLINERY All of our 350 500 and GOO English hats at 198 vd SXX IMLA IISr TKnrthn ounrtaboutl A Recent Joke A STREET SOUTHERN Little Harder Even Down In Dixie Now I children Gchuol said maam tho yoing Ive written whero you all can see INowwho can toll me what it apells And wrote tho letters With wistful frazo they scanned tho board But none could figuro out the By then She rubbed it out and wroto it oer Now I have two and you have two And every cow why she has four I know a youngling answered word way of explanation pat Its Tits why any ono knows IL IL F Fine Fa7m Sold that executor of DrIt Mrs Mary J Johnson widow of the late Fauntloy Johnson sr who Woodford lived near Millville county sold her fine farm located on the Newtown Pike Ave miles from Lexington on Thursday of last week for tho handsome price of 10025 per acre Mr Johi L Uoyle was tho purchases and he obtained ji good bargain The farm contained Mrs Johnson died De 119 acres cember 24th last II Stevenson Â¬ Those who are inclined to give up to discouragements when things go wrung might learn a helpful lesson from a young woman who had left home because her father was n drunk- Â¬ ard When she became a Christian however she announced her inten- Â¬ tion of returning und doing what she tould to reclaim him But what will you do when he finds fault with your efforts to please him dome one asked her Try a little harder shoanswered with a soft light in her eyes Yes but when lie Is unreasonable and unkind you will be tempted to lose your temper and answer him angrily What will you do then Pray a little harder came the answer with a fearless ring In the words The dlseouragor had ono more ar- Â¬ Suppose he row In his quiver strikes you its ho did boloro What could you do but loavo him again Love him u little harder said the young Christian steadily It is pleasant to add that her splen Â¬ did faith conquered Through love and prayer and patient effort her father was not only reclaimed from his besetting sin but proved Christs power to save to the uttermost all that come unto him Selected Attention Farmers Snow fell to the depth of 12 Inches in Charleston S C on Saturday and Sunday und In New Orleans the streets were covered with sleet and snow to the depth of three inches For a time it was thought that the Mnrdi Qras parade and festival would have to be abandoned but it was deemed best to proceed The river parade was abandoned nnd Hex and Motrins came in quietly on the cars which were several hours late From all quarters of the South the news comes of the worst weather of a generation and in some sections the worst ever known orange belt in Luckily tiio Florida escaped the ravages of the storm and the fruit and truck gardens of that Stale are safe so far Think of one degree below zero at Vicksburg Miss Sheer Sedalla Mo conductor on electric street car line writes thut his little daughter was very low with croup and hurlifo was saved alter all physicians had failed only by using ono minute Cough Cure Tyler Hemphill and V McKeo llardie Dangers of the Grip BEST TRAINS Kansas City IgM Black Hills VIA RAILWAY IN KENTUCKY Schedule la effect Die- - 18 1808 BASTliouwn Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Louisville Sholbyvllle Versailles Lexington Larencebg WKSTUOIIND POOam fiOipm 907pm 9 55um 5 53pm 9 50pm 10 Warn 617pm 10 09pm to 35pm 1045am No 0 No 4 No No 1 740am No 8 No 1 30pra 743pm Bjiui Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha 730am 4 S5pm 515am Lv Lexington 37atn 755am 4 5pm Ar Versailles 821am 515pm 655am Ar Larencebg 9 12am 60pm 632am Ar Shclbvville 10 40am 7 35pm 7 65am Ar LouNvlllc 2 5 and 6 carry Free Obscrva- Trains Nos tlon Chair Cars between Louis vlllo and LeX- ington 1 - IS ISTllOUND STATIONS WKSTIIOUND St Paul Nebraska No IX No 11 3 30pm 740am 5 55pm 9 65am 4mn 10 43am 7 00pml 1055am EASTBOCND Lv Ar Ar Ar No 12 No 14 Loulsvll r 7Aipm 1040am LarncbrgAr 510pm a 10am HarodsbgAr 4 25pm 720am nurgin lv 4 15pm 710am WES1UOCND St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS SEATS FREE T M No 15 tNo 67 33Unm 7 4am 6 0ipm 9 Nam oipm 1016am 640pm 11 10am EASTHOCND RTATIOVS Lv Ar Ar Ar 71lpmilJ05pm Ar Loulsvll Shclbvll Venules Midway Ucorgtn Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv No lttltNo 68 10 40am 735pm 9 12am 605pm 7 50am 4 15pm 730am 33Spm 700ami 3 00pm WKSTIIOUND tNo J 740am 1 1022am 620pm l02im 7 Ifinm HBHpm 805pm 1 05pm STATIONS MO MO llNo 5 STATIONS Wpm Lv loulsvll tNo 6 tNo Ar Lv 605am Lvl No I Lv Ar Ar Ar Versllea Nlchlvill lnchmml Irvine Ar 65Ham 10 40 tin 735pra Ar 7 50am 4 45pm 3 65pm 3 00pm I 3upm No 3 RUOQ TRAV PASSU AGENT 8T LOUIS HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MQR ST LOUIS lWWAKELEYOENiLPAS3RAQTSTLOUI3HO I TO If it was only health we might let it cling But it is a cough One cold no sooner passes off before But its the another comes same old cough all the time And its the same old story too There is first the cold then the cough then pneu- Â¬ monia or consumption with the long sickness and life tremb- Â¬ ling In the balance Before you sow your tobacco beds let me talk to you about using fer Statistics show tilizer on them where tho right kind of fertilizer Is used that crops have yielded 100 to 130 per cent more that is sections whero its ue is neglected I have the best fertilizers for sale brought to this market containing the largest amount of actual available plant food-r-ithe best mechanical conditionfor the least amount of money A Dudlev Blanton Agent OHIce head of Clinton street Â¬ n Â¬ The greatest danger from L iGripne II in pneumonia reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands for la who have this remedy grippe wo have yet to learn of a sin gle case having resulted In pneumo nia which shows conclusively tnat this remedy is a certain preventative of that dangerous disease It will cure la grippe in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sa e by J W Gayle isof its resulting c ALIFORNI A In via NEW ORLEANS connection with tbs Southern Pacific Through Weekly Â¬ Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Cincinnati Hiid Loulstllle on fust New Orleans Llmled train Ie It R hVliRY THURSDAY For Ios Angeles and Sun Frimcbco without change The Limited also connects ut New Orleans dally with Kxpress Train for the Pacific Coast tind on Tueaduy and Saturdays with the SUNSET UNITED HHHEX 25 lt Skin Diseases Ayers Cherry pectoral f loosens the grasp of your cough The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed all in- Â¬ the flammation is subdued parts are put perfectly at rest It and the cough drops away has no diseased tissues on which to hang For tho speedy and permanent cure tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham Maine berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the itchAIIiIANSONai AChlcago V o iALoulsktlie KKLLOMi Wednesday Feb 15 last was the ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued ubo effects a permanent anniversary of the destruction of the cure It also cures itch barber s itch Try tho Capital Ptenm Laun battleship Maine in the harbor of qcnld head sore nipples itching piles services were chapped hands chronic sore eyes and dry for n clean shirt or collar Havana Appropriate granulated lids 16 tf Telephone 17 held in that city and the gravos of Dr CnuVs Condition Powders for our gallant tars were decorated with horses are tho best tonic blood purifier flowers by Dr Miles andvermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby nEADAOIIEcurcd In20aminutesAt druggists Pain Pills Ono cent dote This incident will over remain 11s a blot upon the character of Spain Whether rightfully or wrongfully tho dastardly outrage is charged up to her uccount Anniversary of the Destruction of the Â¬ Â¬ of tho Southern Pacific Kb lug special through Particulars of Agents service to San Francisco of the lO ltlt and connecting lines HATCH Wv i ass Agent Cincinnati O of JNO A SCOTT Ilv Van Agent Memphis 74iam 741pm 104am 10 3pta Ar Lexington 7 00pm 741ara Ar KnoxvillcT a luam 115pm Ar Astievlllo 5 Uns Ar Savannah OOOas Ar Jacksonville 5 65pm 645am Chkttanooga Ar 10 30am 1160am Ar Atlanta 00am 2 25pm Ar Macon 8 Mam U55pa Ar Jacksonville 610pm 655am Lv Chattanooga 10 05pm 1130am Ar Birmingham 2 3 lam 9 55pm Ar Meridian R 30am a 30am Ar New Orleans Havant Cincinnati Florida Train No Llmi led carries Through Draw ing Room Pull man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville connects at Lexing ton or Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping cai for Now Orleans Free Chaircars between Louisville and Lxlngton Observation Cbalr can between Lexington and Home Cafe cars el gunt coaches lraiu No 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car b tween LoulsWlle Chattanooga and Ulrmlng ham nlo Through Slecplug ears from Lexing ton to Jaclcsonillle via AsheUllo nnd uuh also via Chattanooga and Atlanta Nt chance Free Chnlr cars Lexington to Chatt noogu hrough bleeping cars Lexington U New Orleans tDally except Suudav A WllHDON STS1WHT Lexington Kj Louisvlllo Ky M FS Gannon 3d VPftOM J M Cinr T DO Washington Washington D C WATXKKOPA WMHTAYIOE AHPA Washington D C Louisville Ky 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Lv Louisville San PTA PTA 80 A 5TStPWTjr4tlTltiT4 jtjyritTirTJTfifTiittft THE POPULAR Â¬ li m lUfiTiuritVVJjtt JIIIIII1IIIIII1MIIIIIII libfkkbibrikitobtfabi t v w w i ww 4 w ww MsnMT it tiK THE QUEEN Route with Its rail and forms the short v i and West India Double Daily Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vestibuled A v nC CRESCENT yyy m I tlbwwr w fl Bean th Signature of B Kind You Hav Always Boi Rcsnme Business MK Â¬ w steamer Connections ii line to Florida points Fast Service through to HAVANA Mt Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Wednesday nfternotm tlio On street cars resumed business ufter be Â¬ ing suspended ilnco Friday of last week nn uccount of the severe cold and heavy snow We trust that they may not be again compelled to sus pend this year Awful Suffering Plaster draws out inflammation of the lungs Advloa Fpobi Remember we liara a Medical Depart Â¬ ment If you have any complaint whatÂ¬ ever and cleilre the lieat medical advice can poulbly obtain write the octor freely- - You will receive a without coit jirompt idireu lilt J O AYKIt Lowell Matt Queen Crescent FC P Railway makes nection on arrival at Miami flWMttW East Coast Lk Ifjr jRCAi OINL PASSOn Kimuno for FLORIDA AND tM tHH ibwwm lt m m I hum 01 li r- service to Florida via the Southern Railway and direct steamship con or at Tampa West Coast for m If tJntnM - 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 zcit div PAisan aqent 4tm and rack t Cincinnati o OR DIV PASSOK AQCNT CHATTANOOOA TCNN O I MITCHCLl O AQCNT W C iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiir 11FKK 1 liloujco II IIACON J The papors this week have been full of accounts of poruons frozen to death sumo In their beds nnd others from outside exposure It Is tenlblo to think of any one freezing to death in their beds dlNCARBON 19 CINCINNATI UUrwk U lb tuklkt Bm4 u to W O Nw Illaiul4 Mtnllil LuJ tut Llilnf- - nt jiu i TiTifittttittf rmwrasmfBai CW8wiBWffflSflswi njililfcilm t 6 1 The runs time anteed KumJ Mm urtnnjinriJuuinmirLrirutnnnnnnruuxr tninjinnnnnnnirinnnnnniiJirinnjTfiniinnnnxiruuinnnnnaniuirtrinnrvr Perfect Electric Clock i 1 v 2 Tho Standard Electric Clock on continuously without attention and gives perfect The Standard Electric unqualifiedly guarÂ¬ clocks are The clock is self reliant It will run in a country home with the same precision as in a city office In a word it is the acme of clock perfection It is as constant in its1 daily record as the sun M A SELBERT SPECIAL BEPRESENTATIVE REL10I0US Reliable Jeweler j Powfully Weather Beaten was rumored on the street Tues- Â¬ day tlint a colored man named Ed Castlemnn better known in Hick- Â¬ ory had been frozen to death at his home near Bridgeport unci meeting ijijinjinnjuuuinnnnninnnnnniviJUUTJinnjvti FOR jvinnjivmnnjinnnruinnnnjiririnrijimviw FRANKFOhT KENTUCKY given last week were seventy dollars At their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday last tho Board of Directors Ascension Episcopal Ohtjroh extended a vote of thanks to those rector Mr who participated and others who Rov R L McOready Root Emmet Abraham assistant 11 assisted in making the entertainment Divine service and sermon at bo successful a m and 4 p m Sunday school at 945 a ra in the The third address in the Loyalty series will be given by Rev Wm Chapel Lenten services every evening at Crowe jr on Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock In the Association 730 oclock Loyalty to the All seats free and everyone cor- pallors Theme All men cordially invited Church dially welcome to all services to attend Baptist Church Rev E 0 The address on Loyalty to tho of the Southern Home given by Judge J P Hobson Darpan D D Baptist Seminary at Louisville will last Sunday afternoon contained much of practical wisdom and coun- Â¬ preach at 11 a m nnd 7B0 p m The Franklin county Bible Society sel and was thoroughly enjoyed by will hold its anniversary at this the men present church Dr Darpan preaching the Senator Wm Lindsay has kindly sermon forwarded to tho local Association a The Young Peoples Society will complete copy nine volumes of the oou y ui meet at uongressionai Kecord 55tn ConJames H Polsgrove gress second session from December A Missionary Church Topic 1897 to will Young Peoples Society nrove July 1898 This record and Junior esDeciallv interaatintr m Sunday afternoon in meets at 3 p useim as it includes tho debates and tne tnapei House Wednesday night transactions of the Senate and period Prayer meeting during the entire Cuban war at 730 oclock library have also been Books for the Class in Sacred Literature will meet donated bv Rev Wm Crowe jr and immediately after tbo Mr E R Clark These gifts are ap oy the Association in the Chapel at 945 preciated a m Special classes for young men 874 Remembrance 899 8eits free and all are cordially inÂ¬ It Grand February HEENEYS DRY Clearance Sale GOODS - I W -- another colored man from tho sumo neighborhood wo asked him if it wus true when ho replied EMPOtM cii Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 vited Christian Church Rev George Darsle tho pastor will preach at 11 a m Mo evening service Young Peoples Sooiety of Chrisn m tian Endeavor meets at 645Mima Miss Â¬ a AHftHlonarv Church Prayer meeting Wednesday night in the Chapel at 7au ociock Triumphs of the Cross Topic Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 330 oclock Sunday school meets at 930 The public will be cordially welcomed to all these services and es peciallystrangers In tho city in the chapel Humphreys Leader valued than presents of silver or ot gold Is this renieiiiliinnrn r t fti utirnt Inn Ctnt ttw but recently widowed has turned aside from her sorrow to elve lex- pression to her best wishes on the occasion of our silver anniversary More Tni Â¬ Catholic Church The usual ser- Â¬ vices to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 am Vespers at 730 p m Presbyterian First McUlunky alaynoy Church D D tlio J pabtor will preach at 11 am Rv No evening sorvlco 8unday school at 945 a m Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 p m in Sunday school room Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 v Â¬ Across my shadowed life the sunshine falling Made memories sweet I hear the echoes calling The dear familiar names of thee and thine Tis five and twenty years since Cupid told The tender story new yet ages old If measured by the ruthless hands of tlmo Dear iriends this wedding day hatb more of plcasuro Than all the past Thy constancy tho treasure Set as a Jewel in a faithful loving heart May tho dear God spare thee my grief and tears Granting thee long life and happy years Which even death can never never in tho Tvice Nuw suh clnt a mistake Ho froze but hes powfully Commencing Monday Febronry 2nth wo will limugurnto a grand cloarnneo gale in weather beaten sail Our Hpring goods will all bo in in about to days and In order to every department mako room for thorn wo will for 10 days cell everything at from 15 to 25 per cent Big an J Tender hearted below tho regular price Allgtods lmo odnnced and spring prices will bo much higher than for five jears mst so if you want bargains do not fall to attend our County Judge JDan Moore whom grand Clearance Salo next week our NOTICE every body In this county knows to demption on or Everybody holding In premium tickets must present them for re- Â¬ beforo March 1st nfter which time they become void and we beas big hearted and tender as a will discontinue giving thorn woman in his feelings has been nearly crazed by the terrible tales of suffering and want poured into his sympathetic ears by the crowds of people who have been pleading for assistance during the present severo weather The county only allows him to disburse a small sum every 311 month and as he saw that sum dwindling down und the demunds increasing it made him almost des Â¬ perate He is a Christian gentleman and believes in that glorious truth that he thutgiveth to the poor leudeth By lits sympathy to tho Lord -and kindness lie has gotten close to tho hearts of the people and has won their enduring love and confidence E Lynch 6 T Fly As the hwjotj of the year when Presi4eit Sculptor pneumonia la grippe bore throat coughs colds catarrh bronchitis and lung troubl s are to he guarded against nothing is a lino sm sti P F Tripletl ff D Lewis tue will answer the purpose or is Just as good as One Minute Secretary Maiiaer Cough Cure This is tho one infal Ilblercmedy for all lung throat or bronchial troubles Insist vigorously upon having it if something else We have on hand h laiue uiJl or Moiiiniit iit Granite is offered you Hemphill Markers that we nm uttering m n vnry te lucnl prion ami HwutMoneii and them in Tvler inimr dispose of and W McKee Hardie the next 00 days You will phvu mmifj b buying noyv or leaving your ordbr for want -J l ftf Hfl i V 4 HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium A h Broadway Frankfort Granite Marble C200 and 202 MCalis Street Co i3 a I YOU eprlnp delivery We are taking order for monument for spring delivery to bo made of Bur re Quince Westerly and Hcotih Granite Estimates furuished on application -21 lro GET MORE Twiio-n-Week w id aLiS ris L iMigr T F Mkthodist CHUHCH--ReTitliaiorro tho pastor will preach at 11 a m at the Y M 0 A owing to ropalrsj being made on the the church No evening sprvice Sunday school niece at 930 a m at Y M 0 A Tlio rnstors Aid Society will meet at 3 oclock each Wednesday nfcer noon at tho residence of Mrs J M Caff on Broadway Ofllclal Board meotsTueHday even parti Feb 17 1899 N S Cox Â¬ niWeck Courier Journal tlinn in nny other piipcr published both in quality and qimutity 104 PAPERS ONE YEAR FOR If you havo a cough throat irrita50 cts lungs pain in the chest tion weak diillciilt breathing croup or hoare- - Tlio Courier Journal is neH let us Hugget One Minute tho equal of many dailies ami tlio superior Cough Cure Always reliable and of h11 other papers It prints mora real wife Tyler it Hemphill and W newri moro guoil class matter more good McKee Hurdle sturios than any other Issued Wednes day and Saturday Be Sure to Buy One GROCIIES AI wtii J- - Â¬ Â¬ ing COUHIER JOURNAL CO If you have not purchased a ticket Louisville Ky to the Charity Concert Monday Southern PiiEsuYTaiM an OiiuHcii evening ho sure to do ho They are Rov Wm Crowo jr the pastor will only fifty cents and you surely can By a Specjal Arrangement You preach at 11 a m glvo that much to help tho suffering No evening service can Get the Sunday sohool at 930 am poor of tho city Clover SeeJ For Sale Young PooplosSocioty of Christian Endeavor meets at 045 p m ROUNDABOUT I I have a lnrre mipply of homo It Will be Admiral Dewey Prayer meeting Wednesday ovon rained Clover Seed for salo at lowest nt 7 nn AND THE Tor Infants and Children market price Apply to To all these meetings the public is The Senate has jmiwd the hill pro Sam Maktin COURIER JOURNBL The Kind You Have Always Bought coruiaiiyinvitou viding for reviving the prado of 2o 2t Main KlkhomJMills Uoth Ono Year for Only Admiral in tlio Navy and there is Bears tho Y M O A NOTES little doubt hut that it will puss the Signature of T Alardl Gras m mm Tho local Association is represented House Should this be the enso the the Y M O A State Convention President has already said that ho at On tills lM cmiiir I fe TC will anlt hold this wook 1049th at HenderThis is for cash subscriptions only Al round trip tickets to Now Orlouns son by Messrs Will A Bull Harry would appoint Rear Admiral George subscriptions uuder this combination offer - wuiAUonuiv iii inntwin ivk u lu Dewey to tho place Emphatically must bo Bont through tlio ROUNDABOUT P Mattern and John W Reading in nriir unit j mi iiitiJttiiiwit ruii n i OIllCp otllco lb at one faro Final limit Feb 28 CUtea Cantata tho right man in the right place Tho net proceeds of tho tend Tho public cordially invited to to audits cation Write to kd commission Sample copies frco on appli A Â¬ LOWEST PRICES uJJ J II at- Â¬ 1m I ir CASTOR A 2U Â¬ TwiCE--We- ek 100 Â¬ uau uuu rmtlr nooflir ava ur at tniS tu IW i I hut mm ihiim ram A Coal Cook Stove for 5 My lino of Ranges Cook and Ilonting Stoves is tho largest nnd chenpest in tho city Tin Iron and Slnto Roofiinc buttering nnd uopnir work of till kinds solioitod Work done promptly tmd satisfaction guurantood When in need of unytliing in China or Glassware a good lamp or any article usually kept in a first class China Store call and see my stock 3 I IBIT or - o xk xr DEATHS Â¬ No trouble to show goods Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call t IlAYONtAt the residence of her uncle Judge It E Unities on Broiid way Monday afternoon little Fankio Forsedltiydon r f W v u daughter of Mr W M Hnydon and wile uged 7 yeais and 14 days This tender littio darling was unusually bright and attractive for one of her age and was tho idol of her She had parents and grandparents been delicate for some time and her parents brought her to this city from their homo at Peaks Mill in the hope that she might be benefited But alas alas the bright eyes ure closed the winning smile is fixed in the icy clasp of death the tender and loving little heart is stilled lorever did we say forever On this earth yes nut In a fairer clime where no wintry blast or chlllingdampcan over cotno she will bloom out as a beautiful roso in the garden of our Lord Comfort your hearts then dear parents Your little one is safe in the arms of tho tender Shepherd Our readers will remember tho bright little letter which we pub lished written by her to us in our We take the following from tho issue of January 7 in which she ordered the RoujfDAH UTsent to her Lexington JTeralJ of Saturday It and expressed her pleasure in reading is from tho pen of one who was a schoolmate of Dr Dodd at his Alma it Tho funeial took place on Wednes Mater Transylvania University Ho was a scholar a Christian a nesday at 12 oclock from Judge Gaines residence services being con Â¬ gentleman It is one of theanomalies ducted by Rev E F Wright pastor of this wonderful nature of ours that of Mt Pleasant Baptist Church after a iran may be a Christian and not a which the remains were laid away gentleman or a gentleman and not a Christian of course ho may be both in our cemetery gentlemaiv and Christian and not n Fakmku At his homo In this scholar But do we ever estimate county mi yesterday at- 1K oclock rightly and at their full value those p in JUr Uenedict runner ageu who are justly entitled to be called about 7tf years father of Mr Ben T all three If we would meditate upon the many gifts graces sacri Farmer if this city Ve received the news of our old fice virtues and qualities necessary friends death too late for a full to constitute a man gentleman notice Will give it next week scholar and Christian and try to weigh them at their true value per Â¬ PvUiK At her home in this city haps we would appreciate and more on Wednesday morning Feb 15 him to whrm these titles bo Mrs Jane Rupe widow of tho late admire longed Mr John W Rupe and sister of Mr Nearly two generations have Louis II Finnell of this city aged passed since those old days when wo about G5 years sat under the tuition of Profs Dodd a quick remedy and one that Mrs Rupe was a modest gentle and Ruter and Prof Yerkes the For and earnest Christian woman hav- Â¬ professors liuvo long ago passed t6 is perfectly safe for children let us recommend One Minute Cough Cure ing been a member of the First Bap their reward the major part of the Tyler Hemphill and W McKee tist Church from her early girlhood students have Joined thorn under Hurdle Her life was one of self denial and the trees on the other side of the It Was a Cold Night sacrifice and had more than some linger perhaps not river usual share of sorrow to bear which superfluous on the stage of life with One night during the recent cpld shedid without a murmur a span between them and the ford at snap a lady livingon Fourth Avenue The funeral took place on Thim which l hey will pass across to Join South Side made up a pan of light lay services being conducted by Whatever bread and tilt it to rise In order to those who gotio before Rev M B Adams after which sho any other of those boys did in life prevent Its freezing sho placed two was buried in our cemetery this dead soldier of the cross this chairs close together rested an end courteous ptinctillious and sensitive pf the p m on each lighted a coal oil Death of Rev Tlios J bodd D D gentleman this laborious cultivated lamp and sit it upon the iloor be LL D and faithful scholar lived an honor- tween the chairs immediately under able useful diligent loving tho pan so that tho heat coming out life walking blameless beÂ¬ of the top of the lamp chimney Many hearls in this city wero sad dened by the announcement which fore God and man and it is meto would keep tiio bread warm that he comes to lie at rest under tho When she went to look after the beads this article Dr Bodd was pastor of the Meth shadow of tho old walls where his bread the next morning sho found odist Church In this city for two youthful leet were Hrst trained to that the heat from the lamp had years trom 1872 to 187 lie was a walk in honorable pathways from caused moisture to collect on tiio man of profound learning and rare which thoy never strayed as ho bottom of tho pan which had drip eloquence and his church was ill led walked from tho school room to the ped down and frozen on the sides of to overflowing every time ho grave the lamp chimnoy the bread was preached frozen solid in the pan and still the President of France Dead Ho was a gentle and warm hearted lamp burned brightly man but so reserved and ditlident Now let soma slabsided galoot hop Francois Felix Faure President of up on his hind legs and say this is a towards strangers that ho was not taken for his full worth until drawn France died at his resldenco In Paris cold lie and well sick two ladles on Into closer acquaintance him tho one who set tho bread to In tho on Thursday evening of apoploxy Things have been in in an unset- Â¬ rlsoandauothorshocalledln tho next social circle ho bound all hearts to him by his unaffected integrity ear- Â¬ tled condition there for sometime morning to witness the convincing nest and fearless devotion to the and it would not surprise us to hear1 ovldonce that tho weather was some of a revolution cause of tho Master ho served what chilly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Owing to the fact that his wlfo was an invalid ho was compelled to re tiro from the active work of tho ministry and gave his time and attention to tier and a classical school which he established in Cincinnati He was n brother of the lato Prof J Win Dodil for so many years Principal of the Frankfort High School Their devotion to each other was a model for all to emulate Dr Dodd was fortunate in being able to prepare many of our bright est young men for college thus im Â¬ pressing them by his unaffected piety and purity of life in such manner us to win their hearts highest admira tion and love His life was full of sorrows and disappointments which ho boro as became a Christian soldier The funeral services took place at his home in Covington after which the remains were brought to Lexing ton for interment Ho leaves an In valid wife but no children After the storms and battles of life he rests well Ills memory will en dure as a benediction upon many loving hearts Â¬ Â¬ i- The Best Results - The bo tt results to be obtained from the use of fertilizers are by experi ments in individual instances Such experiments as have been made by practical farmers show the range of quuntity profitably used as being lfiO to 300 pounds per acre depending upon soil conditions nnd the quality ofthocoods If the crop and soil need 300 pounds it is unwise to apply only 150 pounds Absolutely thesamo principle governs in this that governs in tho feeding of livestock for mar-Â¬ ket Give tho plant all it will eat and it will yield tho lawst profit If the hog is not made to take on all tho fat he can hold it is the owners loss nnd not the hogs If tho farmer does not feed the plant enougli to bring it to the highest state of de- Â¬ velopment it is the farmers loss and not tho plants Neither the hog nor tho plant is greatly concerned In the matter The highest authorities on fertilization say that the average farmer does not fertilize enough There Is no danger of waste except from the very soluble nitrogenous salts and the manufacturer that knows his business will so graduate tho nitrogen in his goods as to have the plant take it up as itisnieded thus avoiding los In the soil The phosphoric acid and potash become chemically incorporated with the soil and so remain until the plant consumes them All modern wheat and corn drills have fertilizer attachments which can be regulated to use any amount of fertilizer to tho acre that may bo required Where there is no drill tiie fertilizer may be applied broad- Â¬ cast or put in tho hill but In apply ing it in the hill or directly about such plants as tobicco lotatoes etc caro should bo taken to stir it well with the soil Fertilizers with a sufficient amount of ammonia available phosphoric acid and potash will produce grain but fertilizers without much iiotash or ammonia often give good results on grain but aro apt to be Ineffect- Â¬ 25 ive on other crops Â¬ 1 1 YOUR PREMIUM TICKETS MUST BE IN BY MARCH FIRST The Best Shoes Always prove in the long run to be THE CHEAPEST SHOES We sell nothing but the best shoes and you pay no more for them than you do for the cheaper kind elsewhere The ladies shoes we have on our bargain 1 counter for 150 and the misses shoes we are closing out for 125 will outwear two pair of the kind ordiÂ¬ narily sold for those prices and will look nice until worn out Come quick while you can get your choice RUBBERS We haverubbers which we guarantee not to split and to give good wear They cost only very little more than the ordinary unreliable kind get them elsewhere You can not 212 ST CLAIR ST McCLURFS FRANKFORT KY Â¬ te DrBulTs Cough Syrup Promptly cures Stubborn Colds tin A stubborn cold is easily taken it sticks to some people all winter and very often develops Into bronchitis or consumption you snould euro a cold promptly bv takln nr nnii Syrup This celobated remedy is knowledcred to bo reliable for all affections of the throat and lungs It cures a cold at once Stubborn Kodol COLDS Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you unciiu rwi eat Â¬ yaigesistneiooaanaaias structlne the exhausted dlcrestiva or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand all other resultsofimperfectdlgestloa Prepared by E C DeWItt A Co Chicago Â¬ Doses are small and pleasant to take Doctors recommend It Price ij cents At all druggists Wanted K i Apply at Â¬ tliis office Larse second hand safe Â¬ Â¬ ROYML MILLS CASH QUOTATION ROYAL QUEEN 1 Â¬ DAISY FANCY Family Flour per hundred Low Grado Flour por hundred Corn Meal por bushel Cora per bushel Shlpstuir per 100 lbs Custom grinding Wheat nud Corn a Specialty Best Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour per hundred 250 240 230 220 70 60 80 L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky Mil ti 3 k kt Dissolution Sale I Suit Department were sold for 500 One For 450 lot mens brown cassimere nil sizesthnt were 650 For 500 One large lot suits broken sizes greys browns and blacks that were good sellers at 700 750 and If1 pk sv hw U tUvf a if 1 tdBxmaKSi C CBUTCHEB flannel drawers tho 50c and one lot canvass leggins the 125 and 150 kind 10c Ono lot childrens vai3t tho 25c kind 35c Ono largo lot heavy cot- Â¬ ton working shirts great goods the 50c kind 50c One lot XX Columbia White Shirtslargo sizes only the 100 and 125 kind 25c One large lot boys under shirts and drawers ages 8 to 14 the 40c and 50c kind Cash only Â¬ CO JS in the house Hurled with price force that will strike as a thunder clap upon the people THE BIGGEST CLOTHING AND SHOE SALE on record will be continued until March 15th Remember we sell for cash only No goods taken back or money refunded 125 Choicp of any childs 200 suit in the house 300 200 Choice of any childs suit in the house 375 Choice of any 450 and 500 suit or overcoat in the house For 300 One lot mens grey cassimere suits all sizes that 60c kind 75c Choice 350 takes the finest Knox or Stetson in tho house 500 the world over Cash only 450 Choice of any 650 and 700 suit or overcoat in the honse Cash only Pants One large lot mens cassimere the kind that sell for 150 and 200 will close- for 100 85c Choice of the finest jeans pants in the house that sell J at 125 and 150 200 Choice of any pants in tho house that were 300 300 One big lot pants black fancy cassimere thut wero 100 800 For 750 Very large lot mens suits that were 1000 and 1200 For 1000 One large lot mens suits that were 1600 and 1000 For 1200 One large lot blue and black cheviots and fancy cassimere that sold for 1800 and 2000 Cash only t MENS SPRING 1000 WEIGHT 400 that OVERCOATS One big lot fine goods wore Mens Furnishings 35c One large lot mens bal brigan undershirts and draw- Â¬ ers that were sold for 50c and Jewelry Choice of any 50c ouff button in the house 50c Choice of any 75c and 100 cuff button in the house 10c Choice of any 15c and 20c collar button in tho 25c Overcoats 600 One big lot over- Â¬ coats and ulsters that were 850 and 900 Choice of our For 850 qualities fine overcoats 1250 and ulsters For 1200 Choice of our 1500 and 1800 qualities 1500 for the finest overcoat or ulster thut were 2200 up to 3000 500 One largo lot boys F C cheviot black and blue suits long pants age 14 to 10 that soldJbr 700 and 750 350 One lot boys blue and black cheviots age 14 to 19 long pants that sold for 600 300 One lot boys suits grey cassimere age 14 to 19 long pants that sold for 500 One big lot suits blue 700 F C black choviotSj double and single breasted that sold for 1000 and 1200 For Cash only HOYS OVERCOATS AND largo lot regular made fleeced undershirts 18c Boys and misses black cat stockings sold the world over at 25c 6c Mens heavy strong hose 7e Mens black and tan i hose sold everywhere for 10c 18u Choice of any 25c suspen Â¬ der in the house 85c Choice of any 50c suspen Â¬ der in the house 85c Choice of all our Camel hair undershirts and drawers the 125 and 150 kind Choice of all our fancy 75c 60c 35c One house Cash only Neckwear 40c pants in the house tho 500 600 grade 35c 300 pairs childrens knee pants that wore grout sellers at 50c and 60c Remember this sale is for cash only Romomber no goods on approval and Cash only 400 Choice of the finest 385 w m Choice of any scarf or 4- in hund in tho house 2 for Shoes Shoes 125 Choice of a lot of mens hand sewed patent leath er enamel and calfskin that were 300 400 500 and 600 125 Choice of a large loti fine 75c 15c 2 for 25c Choice of ono largo lot tecks und thut were 25c and 35c 6c for ono dozen white ties 2c for white band bows the oc Y shirts kind 50c 85c 40c the 100 and 125 One lot STAR SHIRTS WHITE XX the 125 and 150 kind broken sizes Choice of all Monarch Â¬ lc for white shield bows tho 56 kind Cash only LAP RUGS 200 Choice of any plush rug the 300 kind Cash only kind ladies very fine kid shoes 4 00 that were 350 500 125 Choico of a and 75c and large lot ladies verv fine kid Oxfords that were400 250 350 300 and Manhattan White Shirts the 100 and 125 kind Choice of any fancy Ber lin Shirt the 60c and 65c Trunks 250 Choice of any 350 in the house 5U0 Choice of any 750 or 800 trunk in the house 800 Choice of any 1000 to 1200 trunk in the house HATS HATS Alpine 75c One lot felt hats tho 125 and many of them the 150 kind 125 Choice of any stiff or soft Alpine hat in the house tho 200 kind 200 Choice of any300 hat up-to-date kind Choice of any cuff in the house 4c One largo lot handker Â¬ chiefs 10c Choice of any collar in the house 100 Choice one lot all wool heavy sweaters tho 150 kind 30c One lot tieavy not and eussimore overshirts the 75c kind mostly small sizes 38c Ono lot heavy canton 18c One large lot misses shoes sizes 11 to 2 that sold for 250 200 and 150 No goods charged or on ap- Â¬ proval 385 Every pair mens fine 5 00 hand sowed 600 shoos in our house go at 385 All the new toes and new ULSTERS 350 Choice of all 500 grades 450 Choice of all 650 and 750 grades 750 Choice of all 1000 and 15c 1200 grades Cash shades one largo lot ladies rub Â¬ bers that wero 25 and 30c 100 Ono lot mens brogans that were 125 and 135 100 Ono lot ladies shoes only CHILDRENS that wero 125 250 200 and SUITS Cash only Remember every pair of shoes in this house Posiwill suffer a great sacrifice in this sale tively no goods reserved except the IJanness Miller Shoe which is sold under contract Â¬ D C CRUTCHER J 2 CO itiAiAlL ffijt tetfUuf u Laf i MMtt utt ijiitlu a jtfwK tf tMtA Wj4jajj i jjJWtfwtelJL Ajf j iJifflMliV MMffiVBi TElP t jiiKmirf ftrt fttffff itf itfri lPttfr V