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The H Frankfort Botomboijt A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LEWIS Publiehor VOL XXII tlnr the Houmlnbout TERMS 100 In Advanoo NO 25 FRANKFORT KY The Herrmanns SATURDAY PEBRTJABY 26 1899 T if rj f L - I vdW Vl S - r U tv A As tho season of the ycitr when pneumonia la grippe sore throat bronchitis Tho entertainments of tho Herr Â¬ coughs colds catarrh APOLOGIES TO Pob manns Imvo ithvuVH been notod for and lung trouhl sure to be guarded nothing a flue susti the number of novelties presented on ugaintwill answer isthe purpose or Once upon a midnight dreary tule each different visit and this season is just as good as One Minute While I pondorod sick and weary is no exception to the rule For tho Cough Cure This is tho ono infalOver many a grand and glorious present engnuoment of Adelaide nnd lible remedy for all lung throat or Spree In huppy days of yore Insist vigorously Leon Herrmunn at tho Capital Opera bronchial troubles something else While I sat there almost crazy upon having it If House Tuesday night Feb 28 an is offered you Tyler my very reason hazy With Hemphill Suddenly I heard a lazy entire now program will be presented nnd W McKee Hurdle Kind of scratching at tho door nnd ono act La Femme Caneleon Tls tho dog or cat I muttered invented by Adelaide Herrmann For Sale Simply this and nothing more has proven tho sensation of tho pres ent decade The act deals with cos As agent for the Methodist Church For a week I had been bustod And my tongue I think had rusted tumes it subject at all times interest- Â¬ South of this city I will sell tho ing to the fair sex and made at PEWS now in said church They For it felt so dry and crusted to tractive and fascinating to all classes will bo sold cheap ApplyRogers As I spit upon the tloor It mystery Mrs Hermann will by its Long I brooded oqr my sorrow make 50 complete changes of costume Vainly I tried to borrow If you hnvo n cough throat irrita- Â¬ Of some friend until the morrow in 10 minutes In full view of the my need was deep and sore stage tion weak lungs pain In the chest For audience without leaving tho difficult breathing croup or hoarse Just a little piece of money The contribution of Leon Herrmann ness let us suggest Ono Minute Just n dime nnd nothing more to the entertainment is a brilliant Cough Cure Always reliable and Hemphill and W combination of all that is new and safe Tyler And the ghostly low uncertain of the best in illusions itnd triumphs McKee Hnrdle Rustle of tho tattered curtain or legerdemain This latter day wiz- Â¬ Filled mo chilled me with a ard has no equal in the field of Horror I had never felt before magic and his tricks have delighted So that now to still the beating people of many worlds His portion Of my heart I kept repeating of the program includes nlon des Tls the cat Or dog entreating Entrance at my chamber replete with start- Â¬ Enchantments it is I said but shuddered ling novelties Exllir Vitae tho For it thrilledme to the core decapitation a mans head cut off in i full view of the audience and A Presently my soul grew stronger Night in Japan introducing Jap Hestitatlng then no longer juiese magic by both Adelaide and I will let them in to cheer me Leon Herrmann A strong feature As they oft have done ofyoro of the bill will be Adelaide Herr 1 got up quickly Saying this But my head seemed muddled thickly manns world famous dances new this season The Black Butterfly And my steps were rather sickly Ab I went toward the door LaSatanesqueand SllverClouds But I pulled it open slowly a beautiful combination of light Darkness there and nothing more color grace and costumes Beck Into tho chamber turning Notice Where the smutty lamp was burning With a dread I strove in spurning The first edition of The Empire of I began to pace tho floor the South having been exhausted All at once I heard arapping a second edition will bo ready for disAs of something softly flapping tribution by or about March 10 1899 As of some one gently tapping It is a handsome volume of nbout Something louder than before 200 pages descriptive of the south With a bound of desperation and its vast resources beautifully Open wide I flung tho door illustrated and regarded by critics as When thore stepped within a monkey tho most complete production of its With an air so bold and spunky kind thai has ever been published That I scarce could trust my vision Persons wishing to secure this For it chilled my very gore work will please enclose to tno un MASONIO In he walked with eyeballs beaming dersigned 55 cents per copy which With his shaggy hair all streaming amount approximates tho cost of de- livery llemittances may bo made As he strode across tho floor in stamps or otherwise With a bound he reached the mantle Address all communications on Grinned and sat nnd nothing more this subject to W T TurkUenl Pass Agt Southern lly Washing Thoro I stood and watched tho evil Thing a monkey not a devil ton D C On this score my head is level For La Grippe Tho his like was neer before With a presence far from winning Co 110 Wa- Thomas Whitfield Thero ho sat with hellish grinning bash av corner Jackson st one of Till ray very brain was spinning Chicagos oldest and most prominent And my heart was Bick and sore ii druggists recommended Chamber- f llKllBnlitT Iains Cough liemedy lor la grippo as it not only gives a prompt and Mako vour exit through tlio dnnr complete relief but also counteracts Ool I think you have from hell como any tendency of la grippe to result in plUUinOllia For SlllO by J W Anvwnv vnn hnvn im urnlnnmo Gnyle Get thee back before I emnshyou To your black and starless shore Washingtons Birthday But the creature only chattered Scratched Ills side as if it flattered Wednesday last February 22 was All his soul and little mattered the birthday of President Washing That I plead with him or swore ton first in war first in peace nnd Still he sat nor moved a muscle first in the hearts of ids country Sat and blinked and nothing more men Sir said I youve heard my Tho public schools post oftice warning banks Stnte oflices tho Court of Ap peals and tho government offices at Got thee gono before the morning But ho twirled his tall in scorning tho custom houso were closed Ho And my hair stood out like pinions yoad this there was no observanco of As ho answered Never more tlioduy in this city For a moment moro I eyed him Dangers of the Grip Seized u chair and stood besldo him And let drive as neer before The greatest danger from LnGrippo Thorewas darkness nnd a smashing is of its resulting in pneumonia If And I fell upon the floor reasonable care is used however Guess I surely fmuet have fainted and Chamberlains Cough remedy taken all danger will be avoided For I lay there rather tainted the tens of thousands Fronftbt oil and brokon lamp bits Among for la who have this remedy Ijmba were stiff and sore Any my grippe wo have yet to learn of a sin And the broad daylight was blindfng gle case having resulted In pneumo nia which shows conclusively that But I got up novor minding this remedy Is a certain preventative But no hair of monkey finding of that dangerous disease It will On tho4mantlo or the lloor cure la grippe In less time than any Thus wo mot and thus wo parted other treatment It Is pleasant and Head of Clinton Street And I hopo woll meet no moro safo to tako For sale by J W Gaylo II IJ F The Atonkcy Â¬ Â¬ j Valuable Remedy A By reference to our advertising columns it will bo seen that a valuable remedy has been put upon this market which insures relief from nnd permanent euro of dyspepsia It is known as the American Dyspepsia Tablet The proof of its elllcacy is easily had Try It Dr J W Gayle and Dr W H Averlll are agents for the sale of this splendid remedy It Is no foreign made patent medicine but a Kentucky product Â¬ Shattered Nsrvccis system FINALLY HEART TROUBLE Miles Restored to Hoalth by Dr Nil vino ATs UM Wn L f V ii II LOST 2tf Light tan pocket book gold mounted corners Contained a small sum of money and a gold pencil Liberal reward if returned to this office 25 1 wMi wi Will MB 1 Â¬ Give me a liver regulator and I EDWARD HARDY the Jolly man Â¬ can regulate the world said a geof Sheppard Cos great store at Thedruergist handed him a bot- Â¬ nius I had never Bracovlllo 111 writes tle of DeWitts Little Early Risers been sick a day In my llfo until lnlS90 L the famous little pills Tyler gotsobad with nervous prostration that I Hemphill and W McKeo Hurdle had to glvo up and commence to doctor I Â¬ dqor--Thl- s STAGG BACON A Â¬ I Horse Collars Hames Picks Saws Shovels Paint Brushes Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire est blesslnsr of my life Dr Miles Remedies r are sold by all drug- Â¬ M lYiiieo gists under a positive guarantee first bottle benefits or money re- Â¬ Restores funded Boole on dis- Â¬ Hoolth eases of the heart and nerves free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind tried our local physicians and ono In Jollet but none gave mo any relief and I thought I was going to die I becatno despondent and suffered untold agony I could not eat sleep nor rest and It seemed as If I could not cxlt At tho end of slxmonths I was reduced to but a shadow of myself and at last my heart became affected and I was truly miserable I took six or eight bottles of Dr Miles Nervine It gave mo relief from tho start and at lost a cure tho great mw Nervine Â¬ j STflGG BACON ANN STREET i Â¬ j Â¬ ltnll j p hum Pin prTjrrATrrryysT rrisrrrrrrrfsryTVi M rn--- TEMPLE Thss handsome table Mahog- Â¬ any inlaid top and shelf RRgers H G 2 50 Sons MATTERS OTKCE- - iul T blmL s i i K Ph ii Hi er 334 MAIN STRKhT Clean free from slack at FRANKFORT BO YEARS EXPERIENCE V I j 7c bushel Per IjmTjra i1ln a sketch iind description may Anvr in our opinion free whether an Invention is luunnbly patentable Communlca tiuntttrictlroonfldeutfal llaudbookon Patents ont free Oldest aireiicjr for aocuriiiR patents Iatnnts taken throusb Munn A Co receive rjiMial notice without charKO iutbo n m Dcsions Copvriqhts Ac Trade Marks i Almost as economical as lump For sale Tby quIoM Scientific Jftticrican Illustrated weeklr Inrcest cir Â¬ culation of any -- clentldo Journal Terms 13 rean four months 1 Sold by all newsdealers A handaomelr MUNN Co30B 034 New York Wnsnlnuton Uranch Ofllce V Bt 1JC Â¬ Â¬ ADODLETBLANTGN - For RentStore Room Telephone 100 - TAA AAiAA zAAAALAAfr- rIMin lilrtrn ofHi lnAln mi mv in v nvuiv iwwiii lIII lllinuiliu Temple ono of tlio best in tho city is outTtu ior rein Apply to Capt B 0 Allltun or Hen T Farmer 1 tl 3TA3 no nn wwfciMwvHMWuhyytfUULIiiUULmKUljmjUBq - jnnnrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnannjnnnnnnrnniannnnnnrinnrnnannnnnrnnnnnooonRnTnrnmnarinrincnnarinoanrji3 uaaouuuauuuupauauuuuuuautuluuouaauuuatfvcMuaJUcftjiuttacuuuiuuauuiju rauisacucuJrucuuucuutJua -- en en no CD nn nn W B AMERICAS LEADING CORSET MMMMWWMI uti W No 937 is ii B Mwmw bias corset nn an da act No 054 is n vory MCI ua No 410 is nn uu nn UD along cu na CJ nn cu nn 1311 ffiQw sliort wnisf corset T h c ombodimont ofgGiuunooleguMco waist corset Per Â¬ fect fitting mid nn oh gant shape p javl made with a pro- Â¬ r n n 1 perfection to give mtik i ii i i rj ira cut gorod ca Â¬ beautiful and shap on ely defining the ota on i avj u tective ocket waist lino with a uu an neat and stylish nn cn uu na uu 13W UJ constructed n most graceful cf Price Ml CO ce ua cc cn nn nn uu ca no no fill OUR L lect per to the covering bones and steels which prevents the piercing of the ma Â¬ a for ease and ele Â¬ ia nn gance combined ca with perfect fitting on qualities per pair effect unequalled pair 100 terial Price per pair 100 Price 100 ca ran in yiMERllnlNGCpRSET na au am and we must say that never before were we enabled to offer such values as we are now offering It will be to your interest to visit our stor KB nn We have a large assortment of New Silks Woolen Dress Goods White and Fancy Piques Percales Madras Piques and a beautiful line of Emua nn broideries and Laces at very low prices Visit us una en uu no 3NTo- ua na uu an ua nnaajattaaadacitineiGarianciaciKtininBfliici janarnrjrtprnBnnnflonniaBaBnGEmanisri cauauauuuacacaQaunuaaaaauauuuauaaauaaacuuuuuuauauuBUBQoaDU Da ua nn ua nn DO nn ua na ca nn The W B Corset is noted for its Durability Elegante and Easy Fitting Every piir we sell we warrant to give perfect satisfaction pair and then ycu will always call for the W B i NEW 11 SPRING GOODS 1 HAVE 1 ARRIVED ua na ua Try one ua ca net ua sn C3 in ca an ua Â¬ ra cu Sl ua an ua CKAGIN PERSONAL BRO w 41 St- Olr- Street the best i ua an au aa an aa an ua 3 iV a wifo Miss Winfred Paynter is visiting Mrs H WVanSenden in Washing Â¬ day in Nlotiolasville Mr Edwin M Dryden is visiting relatives in Duyton Ohio Capt Howard Gaines is at borne on furlough to visit bis family Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Sunday in Lexington Mrs Frank Mdbre went to Paris Wednesday to visit relatives Miss Hume of Richmond is the guest of Miss Esther Burnam Miss Minnio Oox Ib visiting rela tives in Shelby ville this week Rev T P Taliaferro and wife are visiting friends in Winchester Misses Lizzie and Prue Hunt Chinn Are visiting friends in Louisville Mr Geo G Fetter public printer of Louisville was hero yesterday Mr George Gordon has gone to Cincinnati with a view to locating Paynter of Owensboro Miss is the guest of Mrs S J Shackelford Mr Ohas F Taylor of Louisville was in the city on legal business this week Miss Adelia Clement of Marion is the guest of Col A J Pickens and Â¬ Ouba Miss Mary Todd is visiting relatives in Louiaville Miss Carrie Solbert la visiting rela Â¬ tives in Cincinnati Warden E L Lillard spent Satur- Â¬ Capt Howard Gaines has gone to of March to visit her daughter Mrs dent were school matos Dr W L Rodman in Philadelphia Prof McHenry Rhoads who is at- Â¬ Milks J E M Flouk patent flour on earth Milks AbB igim tMWM fcr aB tr ton City Miss Hughes this week Rev E S Alderman of Russell ville has been visiting friends in this county the past week Mrs W H Williamson and Mrs Jessie Rump spent Monday in Lexington visiting relatives Mr David Nlcol and daughter Miss Mary Todd spent Wednesday with friends in Lexington Prof McHenry Rhoads attended tho Superintendents Convention at Columbus Ohio this week Miss Kennedy of Covington who has been the guest of Miss Esther Burnam has returned home Mr Geo A Lewie of this office made a business trip to uincinnatl toiro of standard plays Thov Oynthiana and Paris this week Miss Elizabeth Holt entortained a will present on Monday night Mr L Frank Johnson and family few friends at hor home corner of drama worn truests of Mr J Andrew Cain Washington and Wapping steots in tho four act comedy honorofher truest Miss uradford of gjont Sluvo At this and wife In Versailles on Sunday AlinrHnnn Ohio performance ladies will ho ad Â¬ Hon Thos G Stuart of Winches- brother Col Messrs J W Reading Will Bull mitted free if accompanied by ter was the guost of his Harry Mattern and Sam Whitehead John H Stuart in this city Friday the delegates who represented tho a person holding a paid 30 cent ODoll of Lawrence Y M 0 A of this city at tho State ticket Miss Jesslo During the week they burg is visiting her aunt Mrs Neal Convention at Henderson have re- will present such bills ns tho and Main streets corner of Second turned homo In Old Madrid Three Plats Capt R 15 Warren Lieut J R Oloudus Meek of Louisville Mr On and guest of his sister Mrs Dick Sams and Llout O G Cornett of Cubas Victory was tho State Oollege camo down from Lex Â¬ Furlough which are all high Church Shelby Btreet on Sunday Harry Judgo Geo E Prowltt anu Mr J ington of Friday with Cadetand re class plays The company comos tho same collego Georgetown wero In Holt R Garrett of highly rocommondod by both mained until Monday tho city Thursday and called on us Tickets are Judgo Wm II Holt left Monday press and public Mr Alox Johnson who has boon in night for Washington City to look now on salo at Barretts Socuro Colorado on account of his health after his chances for appointment as returned home yestorday morning U S District Judge vlco Judgo Barr thorn early and avoid standing Mrs M J Stewart leaves tho first retired Judgo Holt and the Presi- - Prices 10 20 30 cents Â¬ i Janie Edwards of Woodford county was the guest of Miss Linda home Mr Hugh Williams of Louisville Tho charity concert on Monday was tho guest of Mr W H Jeffries returning home night was a perfect success in every and wifo on Sunday that night way both musically iindtiniinciully We rogret to learn that Mr J 0 A large and appreciative audience Hubbard who is now a commercial was present and the music vocal tourist has beon quite sick at Knox- and instrumental was far above the ville Tenn average Gov W O Bradley delivered an Barring the fact that a lot of kids addresson Wednesday at tho celebration of Washingtons birthday in made themselvea conspicuous and Georgetown annoying by their noisy demonstraMr W HOulton of the Auditors tions every thing passed off us pleasoffice spent Sunday in Richmond antly as possible the guest of his parents Rev J N Wo think it high time that the Cultou and wife of Louis- authorities should take some steps to Mr Claude M Buckley ville attended the funeral of his stop the outrageous conduct which father Dr J M Buckley in this nearly always mars any entertain- Â¬ city Wednesday ment to which the kid- who engage Mr Sam D Johnson has gone to in it can gain admission New York City to purchase the spring It hiw has come to huoIi a nass that stock of ary goods for the big nouso manv of our best citizens are declin- oi Joiinson it rloge Mr Oscar Farmer and Mrs J N ing to attend any exhibitions held at Current of Louisville attended the tho Opera House funeral of their uncle Mr Benedict We would not he understood as Farmer on Sunday wlslilnrtnintprrprfi wltb mv WttJ MrsElizaSMcDonaldof Louisville ate en ovment uuon the nurt ot was called here by the death of her tho boysj-- but they have no right by schoolmate and friend Mrs Jane their unmanly conduct to destroy Rupe and remained over Sunday Col Thos H Hays of Louisville the pleasuro of everybody else who candidate for the Democratic nomi- is attending an entertainment Our nation for Lieut Govornor was hero attention has been called to this mat- Â¬ Saturday looking after his fences ter several times lately with the re Privato Ohas R Oox 1st Arizona quest that we bring it before tho Volunteers who has been visiting his father Mr Jos H Oox Steelo street proper authorities We are glad to learn that the re has returned to his home at Phoenix Ariz ceipts were of a gratifying nature Mr M R Hainlino wife and son and will go far towards the benevoof Mt Sterling who have been tho lent objects for which this exhibiguests of her father Mr Jas H tion was given Ledridge returned homo on Sunday Dr W E Baxter and Prof Way night land Graham arc to be congratulated Mr Geo W Lewis jr of Louisville Was tho guest of his father Mr J B upon tho success of their labor of Lewis Third street on Saturday and love Sunday returning home Sunday liATEii Tho receipts amounted to night 2o0 Capt Joe A Tllonlr Atl ATIcianil Tho Nat Roiss Company comos Volunteers who visited his sister Mrs Helen McOlurolast week hasfn Un flnmtnl Tlinntrn Mnnrlnv returned to his home at Carrollton night for five nights in a rerior Missouri Â¬ I Â¬ Mr Mahlon M Chew of Cleveland tending the National Convention of contains nil the nutritive elements of Ohio is visiting his wifo and father-in-la- Superintendents of Schools has been the wheat berry The coarse wuodyuf Mr John T Buckley in this made a member of the Committee on uoer atone Dcmg eliminated Nominations qb a representative of properly eooKeu city the South There was a largo at palatable bread it makes u more than white flour Win Georgia Hodges and Miss tendance and an interesting meeting Highly recommended by medical Jennie Penn who have beon visiting friends in Richmond have returned authorities for persons having indoor Perfect Success Whole Wheat Flouti II 3 J Km TbB Leading lrJ K H M J 20 YOAOS 250000 Specialists of America IN OHIO GORED Â¬ - - i 1 1 - Â¬ employment and of xedentary habits Miles Ghauam Flour the very finest quality of Graham flour- ever put on this maiket Not a mixture of bran and low grade flour but tho whole product of the best wheal thoroughly cleaned and ground by Un imnrnved iirneww Milks Qkumolina a uerfeet breakfast food Made of wheat Con- taiuiugall the valuable elements of the wheat berry necessary for sus- Â¬ taining life and building up the tis 8uesrthebody Superior to oatmeal Miles BnEAKrARTFLAKESmndo of the very best Kentucky wheal uuuuii aeiumuu unu iiiurnuguiy cleaned All the woody outer coating of the bran being scoured off and then crushed by an improved pro cess It Is easily prepared lor break fast as this crushing process makes it soft and tender and easy to cook very mucn superior to oat meal or crocked Wheat MlIjt8 1AHINA tho mo t delicate IJrepantIn fro1 wh t w adapted for use in the sick room r for young children as well as mnk lmr delicious food for well people inese urouuets are all made of cnoice Kentucky Wheat wh eh has the finest flavor known Superior 10 Northern Spring Wheat or White Wheat All manufactured by MTrRHfr snv Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WECURE EMISSIONS Notbiuir can bo morj demoralizing to young or middle aged men than thoprea- enco or tnop nwiitly lofso They olo trnin f symptoms ikil uu uupiuvs luurnt avj uto anu focml uapiino9 Kn mattri whether enured bvavil hnhlU In vnnih natural weakneM or eexunl exceaex our umuv i ucw oieiuou ircaimcm inn poiuivciy cure yuu f - NO CURE NO PAY Reudcr viu need heln TnrlvnliuAnrl mior ujccifu iruy nam wciKeneu you Exposure rany havo dlseuawl you You are not fnfo till rnroil Our Now Method VTiu euro j ou lou run nor Iik I I I Yountr Man You nro pale feeblo and hacRnrdi nervous Inltnblo end excitable oi becomo forgetful morose und despondent blotches rnd pimples Bunkcn eyes V7rlnllcd ficc ttooplntr form and doimcatt counttnanco rercal tho blight t f your eslstoncc 250000 CURED Â¬ WE CISC VARICOCELE No matter I 17 rerlou your caso may be or hw ln ir you liny bavo had It our NEW MnjUOiJ jttlJATaiUM1 will cure uormy veins roluru tn their normal cendition nnd beuru II n sexual orcuns rcceivo proper iiouritli ment Jho oitrana becomo inllzcd all V ccafo anl uuumurni urcins or manly powers return ueei temporal y Jo if benefit but c permanent euro assurcl V NOC UKI NO lAY NO 01KH- Lv TtON NO DISTUN- NKiUSAllY TION ntoSI UUUINL33 lllho f Ifftf Â¬ Bean th Bignuur of OASTOHIa J1 Wo treit and euro SVIM1IIIX OLECT IlMItiSlONS TMPOTKNOY BTHICrUHIJ VAKIOOonLE BEJIl NAT LOBaLC OliADUlill AND Kill NEY diseases CONSULTATION HOOKS lllEE FIIEE 01IAKUE8 The Kind You Have Always Bouglil for a dill 6TT6K lJLANIC TllEATilENT XfDUPn APP 4 imnldn In or ilOME Kennedys KergakS 122 W X1729 Â¬ FOURTH ST Â¬ TbeBestfortMoiiBy IS WISE W CINCINNATI fZWZM iff ft rJM W r1 xm l mm Jfi t mW Brxk VT COUGH Hacking Pe DrBulTs Cough Syrup Will cure a Hacking Cough Mouse for Rent hotter Dont wait until it develops into consumption but uso tho cele- Â¬ brated Dr JonnW Bulle Cough Syrup at once It Is a wonderful remedy for all throat and lung affections ana will euro n deep seated cough or cold in a few days Good for old and young A hacking cough Is a grave yard cough tho sooner you get rid of it the Â¬ ORSETS JOHNSON Nov 20 y mmmf Doseiarc small and pleasant to take Doctoru recommend it Price aj ceuti At all druggist Â¬ HOGE JU MAIN STREET tf Containing llvo rooms boddes kitchen and bith room on Main street For information apply to Dr O V Chlnn 20 J Main street 21 tf py V m h y large but harmless monsters would but walking on the streets without spirits Nearly nil of them wore of should bo a strong united and IndistocK vid enl ellort Jump H and 10 feet out of tho water so mo married woman or some irlend that sturdy Scotch lrisii While It may be a pleasant nnd and all seem to bo coming toward or relative escorts her nod no youn strongly endowed by nature with Owing to tliu mistake in regard to tho vessel and would continue to man calls on htssweathcart unless her those sterling qiiadties of true man agreeable pastime forsomo to occupy thoobservunci of tho 75th nnnlver follow for miles Another novel mother or father or some one is pres hood which has always characterized their leisure moments by contributMiry of tho Franklin County Bible sight was the rac and which his Ht s m ing in various ways us their tasto tho flying IUIi Jt would ent during hlsxtuy Society in our last Issue wo desire rise out of tho Our cam i hero Is situated on tho press on their posterity of to day and opportunities may Incline thorn and for sev- Â¬ notice eral yards and uitcr back fly tho deep outskirts of tho city overlooking the All were men of dauntless courage yet there Is much to bo done that is to call especial attention to the to then In our religious column this wcck sea again of Mutunzns bay between two old Indifferent lo d inger Inured to hard of a strictly business nature The union service will ho held at the blueto me was And tho strnii est The compilation and publication all tho fact that you Spanish forts now fly 119 lb stars ship and exposure and realizing First Baptist Church to morrow could go from one side of the vessel and stripe aud my tout at one time or matter contributed and extensive Is How sublime n thing it wight correspondence tho collection and to tho from tho tho was pitched tiguliHt tho wall beside To suffer and bo strong Owing to the opening up of now stern other although foeastle to was which only a short time ago hun recording of articles donnttd tho day and fields the calls upon the Bllile Society very bright and not atO cloud to oh dreds nf CuImii patriots were lined They resolved to hold this fair caroand arrangement of these rooms are greallv oulnmod scuro the vision as far as the eye up and slaughtered like so many e it laud or perish in the attempt and other duties are necessary to tiio You How well tupy kept their resolution progre s and maintenance or the could reach there Wiih nothing but tie by the hated Spaniards Thanks can see the bullet holes on Its rugged we have only to look around us to Society tho bluest of water Verily the wldornoss men werj forced to find out sides whert This labor devolves principally We steamed into Mutanzns We are tinder obligations to ouf midnight of the 4th day and about stand to bethe and tho waste places are made glad upon the Curator and Secretary and I frlniwl Mr Kd Pnrker lorn conv until morning Now at last slept picked several shot down tho hive and tho desert blossoms us tho rose necessarily requires much timo and wall butlit j Irom of the iiirmltmiutm Aye Herald of in Culm where I have longed Itoam and one llftle dark eyed fellow No other State in the Union pos attention und at tho samo ttmo in- Â¬ bo Sunday ien iv it was u regular showed me the exact spot where his sesses more features of tirchulogic und volves an expenditure of money Wo army cracker- - ick edition and reflects since I joined the fifth city In Cuba father stiL when shot und where historic interest than ours We have should endeavor at all times to have lUtnnzas Is tho great credit upon Its editors and pro- and the largest in Matanzas pro- he was iimiIu to stand and watch it abundant evidence that long before sufficient Hinds in tho hands of the prietor aro The marksman missed his aim an tho advent or tho Anglo Saxon or Treasurer to meet actual and con vince Tho city where Wo de Iro tn return our thanks to encamped at tho present buswe popu at once his head was cut olf even tho Indian this laud was in tingent expenses and not to impose a Mr Parker lor his kind remembrance Many interesting nnd pathetic habited by a prehistoric race com any additional burdens upon these lation 01 70uuu aim noes not cover as sine of the friends lane much ground as old Frankfort Some storliw I could tell and hope to tell monly known as tho Mound Build- officials or the buildings are perfect palaces you at some future time but xpuee ers As to their origin who they I would respectfully submit this For Sale especially the suburban residences and tho lateness of tho hour compell were whenco they came or whither subject to the consideration of tho to omit in this letter they went neither hiitory nor tradi- Executive Committee with the sug Â¬ A fccond hand bicycle in good order and l ublic buildings although all of iM The health or the regiment is bet tion affords us any satislactory infor- gestion if membership fees und an- Â¬ them have a prison like appearance for sale chea p Apply at this office on ueeount of the lrn gratings be ter than at any time since we have mation and all else is legend und nual dues do not afford a sufficient foro all tho doors and windows Tho been in tho service and this leaves speculation But archaeologists claim amount that some other wuys and Letter From Cuba windows reach from floor to ceiling no ono sick of note only that several that they are gradually worKing out means bo devised to tneet theso re- Â¬ and not a one that I have been able have been bitten by tarantulas and the mystery und In this ago of quirements IlEADQUAHTUKS CO H tung by centipedes The bites make science of reason and invention with to see have a pane of glass in them I huve thus briefly nnd concisely as I Til MI KENTUCKY The streets aro very narrow and Ir- Â¬ an awful looking arm and limbs and that innate craving of the human possible set forth the object and pur- Â¬ Matanzas Cuha Feb 99 j regular so that two can scarcely Is very painful nut as yet there have mind to unravel the mysteries of the pose of this Society The cause in Editor Roundabout walk side by side yet with all pre been no deaths from them Four past and to forseo the events of tho which we ure enlisted should appeal We left Columbus Gu Jan 17th sent a very attractive appearance big tarantulas were killed In my future such a result is neither impos Â¬ to the patriotism of every Ken arrived inSavuunahQa on the 19th and on the whole tho city makes tuckiun who possesses any pride of P nys tents lust night nnd the sible nor improbable This much however we do know State or family whether this be tho Then we w ero aided on the trans one think they are living three or uuie nzzurus sieep wiui us now wim port Mlnnewaska one of tho largest four hundred years ago Yes oven out any cause of uneasiness At first from the remains of ancient fortifica land or Ids nativity or the homo of transports afloat Our trip over was thousands and walking tnrough I useil to get up and shako my blan tions and from other articles of their his adoption an uneventful one yet to me was some old place mentioned in the kets but now I play with them as hunuiworK sucn us potieryware Let us therefore extend u cordial quite interesting Tho steamer is a Good Book or some undent history they are considered pets for us and jurs and vuses some of them elab- greeting to whoever is ready to lend very fast and steady mover Sho llie climate ut present is delightful keep the flies and small injects away orately curved pipes und war imple us a helping hand und press for- Â¬ rode the waves as gracefully as a Although tho days are hot tho und are considered our best friends ments ot stone aim otner material ward in u united effort to make the duck though our second night the nights ure cool and refreshing and that they possessed a knowledge of Kentucky Historical Society one of Lieut S F South geometry architecture art and ag- Â¬ the noblest institutions of our grand Captain told us there were indications were it not for the fact that ono con- Â¬ ofn storm and by running five or stantly imagines a centipede or some Happy is tho man or woman who riculture and that they attained a old Commonwealth six miles out of the regular channel other kind ofpedeIs his com ran int n irnrul hliirlV moil without decree of civilization commensurate ho might be able to escape the storm panion t would be delightful for aitfrnrlna- - lift or urrl ff will rein nnf with the ago in which they lived For frost bites burns indolent This of course met with our ap- sleeping especially in the afternoon 0 it take Kodol Dyspepsia Cubk The vague but still visible remains or Â¬ midnight we had an and evening strange people forms an interest- Â¬ sores eczema skin disease and esproval About It digests what you eat and cures all this study and the collections of such pecially Piles DoWltts Witch Hazel ing awlul storm I did not get sea sick The surrounding country is very formg Dyspepsia and Look and a bit but BOine of the soldier boys beautiful and rich in tropical trees Tvier ofHemphill and Indigestion articles as I huve mentioned now Salve stands first peoplobest try to W McKee who tried to see how near they could plants and fruits such us coaconut Hardle scattered and In the hands or many out for dishonest It empty their stomachs for breakfast trees lemon nine anu orange rue different persons an i which could imitate and counterfeit good Its their article of a The horses nnd mules could not keep cocoanut trees have no fruit though be obtained by tho mereasking when endorsement on their feet and the waves rolled the lemon and orange trees are full Address of Hon John A Steele Vice it is made known the purpose for Worthless goods are not imitated Salve mountain high We veae scared and tho second crop of bananas aro which they ure to be donated would Get DeWitts Witch Hazel McKeo President Before the Kentucky HisHemphill and W thougli the crew said we were in no on the plants The fig und date trees form u valuable acquisition to the Tyler torical Society Feb II 1899 danger at nil and gave us the laugh have fruit on them in abundance nnd museum or this Society But it is Hardle for being up so late I can tell you you can buy more fruit for n cingo positive and authentic matter perthat a storm on the ocean is calc- centime or five cents than you can Ladies and Gentlemen of the Ken- taining to our State and people that AnJUpright and Fearless Judge should principally engage our time ulated to take all the courage out of a eat Tho natives have an eye for tucky Historical Society greenhorn like u- - und yet the sight business like the people of Lexing- Â¬ Article XIII of tho constitution of und attention of a storm at midnight on the sea Is u ton raising on prices every day I our Society provides that n general It should be our purpose therefore It is with great regret that we grand one and well worth the un- Â¬ guess if we see several pay days here mcotlng to elect officers receive re- - to compile and collate such correct learned on Monday that Judge John easiness it causes especially when In u win get so we eant buy any thing ports una to transact otner appropri information of past events us we may Watson Burr District Judge of tho a helples- condition while enduring The regiment dont want to go to ato business shall be held annually b able to obtain either from public Unltd atatea Uourt for Kentucky its aw ml power 1 will never forget Lexington to bo mustered out for on the 11th day of February the records or private sources and which it as long us 1 live should that v be a we know the people too well in Lex- - birthday of Daniel Boone and in through the course of ttime would ha retired froin the bench- Tha hundren eais The day following ington and will xnover forget the compliance with that provision we become more doubtful and obscure step was deemed necessary by that was u typical uopical one and wo nign prices we were lorceu to pay are now assembled tn tins nan and publish and also preserve them distinguished gentlemun by reason spent tiio day on deerf watching lor for every thing we bought Coffee This is the second regular meeting in the archives of the Society for the 0f failing health and the infirmities passing hti amt rs of any kind and it sugar and bread are very cheap but tho Society since its reorganization benefit of future generations so that of asc e beiK 72 years old- gave us iiuicii i lru iiuti to see a pass njeat oh my forty cents per pound of under the auspices of the Colonial history itself may not fade Into fable ing venel with I now will give you tho price list Daughters of Frankfort I was pres and ract become clouded not be doubt Tljo law authorized his retirement We luuii lent sport whenever of a few drinks Cognac brandy 2 ent on the former occasion and when and mystery out of two years ago but he kept to his It may we Mi u a r vno a nl iiiVOl5e llie cents u glus u bottle of fine wine for I recall tho almost nude walls and place lor mo jut here to give a post and performed tho arduous cents a glfiss of lemonade 1 cent empty cabinets of this chamber at synopsis or tne purposes or the duties of the position with great ac Â¬ w You can take one of Uncle Sams that time ami behold them n av Society us set forth at its organiza- ceptance to tho bar and the people silver dollars and mako a purchase to filled with so many articles of infer- tion 1st To collect and preserve what- until ho found that a duo regard for tile amount or ten cents nnd you will est and value illustrating the early get more change in Spanish money history of our Slate and people ar soever relates to the history of Ken- bis own health absolutely required thnii you can tote One dollar in our ranged with that exquisite taste that tucky step 2d A complete library of western this money is worth about one thirtv- - belongs only to woman my breast We have known Judge Barr for five In Spanish Most of the change swells with exultant pride and my history till Special memoirs biographies many long years and we know wo weget is In coppers nnd consequently heart is filled with hope and en you have a pocket full of money and couragemont forthefuture of thisSn and family gonealogies but volco the united sentiment of 4th Manuscript Journals and let- Â¬ every one who has seen him upon no vulue ciety and I muitsuy that whatever The manners and customs of the of success may attend its future will ters Ask vour Dhvsician this Ques pamphlets nnd the bench that npurer better man oth Magazines people are very different and Inter- - boattrlbutublo to tho energy and tion What is the one great Oiling to me The men are almost patriotism of these noble women other printed records of our early and a cleaner and abler judge has never adorned the beach In this without exception very small yet such worthy defendants of their history remedy for consumption 7 Uth Maps plans plats and notes State they aro quite handsome nod always pioneer ancestors He will answer Cod liver early surveys On this day one hundred and sixty of mounted on small hores In fact A man of firm and stron r eonvic- 7th Anything printed or in iiiim- - tious upon all questions lie has all horses and mules are like Hits eight years ago Daniel Boone the oil Nine out of ten will poplo very small Wo would con- - great backwoodsman and llrt set uscrlpt relating to our industries never permitted himself to be swayed answer the same way tier of Kentucky was born I shall agricultural mechanical and commer- from the clear teachings of the law aider them worthless Yet when persons have which ho so admirably administered And now comes the tug of war not on this occasion attempt to give cial 8th Special history of the origin of It would bo impossible for me to do a detailed history of the life and lie beirs with hint into his well all consumption they loathe Justice to the beauty of tho Cuban character of this remarkable man our town4 cities and counties nnd earned retirement the warmest re- Â¬ is neces- Â¬ learn- gard fatty foods yet fat niucluuha or girls They are with- - His name is a household word in societies und institutions of of a whole people out a question the most btuutilul every home in this Commonwealth ing sary for their recovery and There are a number o able lawyers Oth Ilelics of Indians nnd of wonitii I oversaw all of them are and his deed recalling the udven mentioned in connection vith the they cannot take plain cod brunettcs ol the most pronounced tures of tho Homeric Age have been pioneers with accounts of their cus- position just vacated Among them dis- Â¬ story and of song toms of local traditions concerning aro Judge W II Holt and Gen Dun type nnd have without exception made the theme of liver oil The plain oil very small and shapely hands and In other lauds than ours Without them of this city W They are turbs the stomach and takes 10th Information cunct rning In- bothLlndsey judicial limner their feet have utendaney to be short the benefits of a Mulshed education llrst duss away the appetite The dis- Â¬ and thick Asa rule all dres ele without tho aid of wealth or inlluen dians mounds and relies obtained gantlyln what we would call asum tial friends impelled by it lofty from them Passion Play agreeable fishy odor and fossil and 11th Mineraloglcal int r dress and wear whltocloth shoes courage and love of adventure un taste make it almost unen- Â¬ so trillions und affect much flue luce especially deterred by dUllcultiesand undaunted Arrangements have been mado by 12th Coins medulsnndautographs about the head Many wear their by dangers with no other safeguard durable What is to be done curiosities which tho celebrated Passion Play engravings hair loose and often it touches tliu or moans of support than his hunting paintings This question was ans- Â¬ will bo given In stereontlcon views ground and no hats or head gear at kniie and trusty riile this cnlld or lainlly relics ot every description 13th Holies of tho first and second at the Church of the Good Shepherd wered when we first made ab their hair Is us black as a crows nature left his humble homo on the w ing mi bliu k that it glitters banks of tho Yadkin and penetrat- - wara with England of the Mexican on Wednesday and Thursday nights It Is no uncommon sight to see ing the forests of Central Kentucky war and tho late war between tne next uurcn 1st and m This exhibition has been a splendid several of tin in coming down the the Canaan of his hopes the goal of jNortn aim soutnuiut i may auu inu slice s in Louisville and other points streets or sttolllng through the plaza his ambition uncon clously blasted recent war with Spain Thus it appears tiuit wo nave oe- - wnero it nus neen given bale beaded no paniM and fanning tne way to what was soon to boa The prices have been placed within me sun beaming gieut empire west oi tne Aiiegnanies foro us a broad and diversified field lor dear file Willi of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo down at the rate of 91 and 100 in tliu II he was not a great lie was at least of labor but tho work will be enter the reach of all und a large attend- shade Ol course you understand a wonderful man and In his peculiar taining and at tho same timo bene unco will bo assured Although that phosphites tliat the foregolnglsor the richer clais sphere of action he stands without a ficial and profitable If tho societywas nearly twenty Five years Do You Want Good Goods is to have a permanent and continTbeotheis you know their history peer in tho history of our country by It Is therefore eminently proper uoiis existence as is contemplatedupon j ago yet It stands alone to- - J from the papeis One thing I was about to forget t nit we have selected this day in its charter wo must not depend Those in need of reliable nursery day the one great remedy the flour they use on their face I will honor ol his memory upon which the labor and etloits of a low zealous stock should read the ad of Mr II members This would not only bo F Hlllenmeyer of Lexington in to- Â¬ for all affections of the throat to hold our annual meetings sa if allowed to gather it from their But while wo thus honor his mom unjust to such members but would days paper laces I could get enough to mako a and lungs 1 hot biscuit and this is something 1 ory let us not forget that others ure result in its early dissolution to bo Ho guarantees every The bad taste and odor have been Justly entitled to share his fame It know this to bo true frouk the light just as represented tuulthing havent sh n tor a long time once his taken away the oil itself has been The poor paupers are in a distress was John Findlay who first fired his of oast experience The re noval of customer you will always bo when partly digested and the most sening condition and while most of adventurous nature and piloting the tho few active members either by no when you wish nursery stoou sitive stomach objects to it rarely them aie naturally very intelligent way across rivers and mountains death or from other causes would both classes are aboluU ly without pointed out to him tho promised also deprive tho society of Us vitality Chamberlains Cough Remedy in Chicago Not one In ten can take and digest und who doubtless would and it would soon perish from sheer lenr You might aim a Gatling gun laud Nine out of ten can the plain oil It should therefore bo at one and could not mako him bat have attained equal celebrity had ho inanition take SCOTTS EMULSION and dJ Ilisgen Bros tho popular South his eye The virtue of the educated uotshortlyatterfallcnby the hand of a our purpose to solicit and obtain as gest It Thats why it cures so as possible Side druggist corner UJth st and clues or women Is almost if not per savago foe Boouo enjoyed the ills large a membership many cases of early consumption led while the prostitution of the Unction of lining tlu first settlor or throughout this Stale and endeavor Ventworth ttvBuyVosoll a great lower is disgusting Ono more thing Kentucky but soon after him eamo to Impress upon each ono tho im deal of Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ Even in advanced cases it brings edy and find that it gives tho most and 1 am done with the women the Bullitts tho Bryansthe llarrods portancoof his or her active life comfort and greatly prolongs Tis this tho privileges of tho honor the Logans tho McAfees tho Mar tlon and assistance in our laudable satisfactory results especially among toe and lioo all driiaeUu undertaking In order that our work children for sovero colds and croup Itos or unmarried women aro very shall tiio Frills Simon Kenton SCOTT BOWNb Chmlu New York No young lady ever goes Bland Ballard and other daring may bo carried on successfully there For salo by J W Gnyle - ttt- - o J limited M m m H Special Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ usV I -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - j l - i Â¬ i I I Â¬ Â¬ ASH YOUR DOCIORI Â¬ Â¬ ii j i Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l j i EMULSION SCOTTS i v Â¬ Â¬ i I I Â¬ Â¬ i a- Â¬ L I HI- pi fttwm -- bW 1 MMVaVDHHBHI T w National T P A Mcetlujr survive him Brave Atcn Pall In September 1837 be established KOU to In connection witli bis brother the The National Convention of the Victims to stomach liver and lato Thomas Farmer the tncrchnn tile house of T it J Farmer and Travelers Protective Association of kidney troubles as well as women IKnterciliittliPtiostolllosiit Frankfort Kentucky called the location in honor of the America will meet In Louisville dur and all feel the results in loss of M SOCOtHt ClilltS lllllllllblf niHtlor poisons In famllvFarmdale where for twenty ing the week commencing May 10 appetite nervousness the blood back nnTWEKN ache headache and live yeais the brothers continued next tired listless run difwn feeling Bat Louisville Evansville St Louis GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub business In 1851 he became solo The date was fixed at a meeting of theres no need to feel like that owner and continued imsincss in Listen to J W Gardner Idaville AND ALL POINTfl the name of 13 Farmer and later as the National Executive Committee Inii Hcsavs Electric Bitters are WEST NOItTIHVHST B Farmer it Son For 02 years he held In SLouls on Friday Febru- Â¬ 1899 FRANKFORT FE11IIUAHY 25 SOUTHWESTf Just tho thing for a man when he is has been connected with the business ary 17 all run down and dont care whether and only line running throe doublo during which time the strictest Tho Another Old and Valuabic Citizen Passes most honorable business methods Mr Sim P Jones of the Louis be lives or dies It did more to give dally trains to Evansvlllo without me now strength and trond apnetlte change with high back ooaohos and Away have been observed and a handsome ville Post who Is a member of than auythiutr I could take I can parlor car Tho direct line to St No National Board was in attendance fortune lias been accumulated now oat anything and haven new Louts running two doublo dally trains lines few brief As nnnonnced In vcry ethlHh vur tw lease on life iuu 8i Only f0 cents at with high hack sent coaches and in our lust Issue Mr Benedict Far- Â¬ J W Gayles Drug Store Every Pullman sleepers through without nor Jeopardized Its muter of Its popularity N change Tickets on salo at L mer c roster over to the otber sborc tinancfiil or exemplary character About 0000 delegates will be In ut bottle guaranteed oflloo this city For information ob on Friday last aped about 78 yours Athis fathers death bo became tendance with an equally largo num- route sieoning car berths to Do you suffer with dyspepsia Indi eta rates on A V Hite ngont L Mr Farmer was one of the oldest and owier or t he Homestead ami puiiiia ber of alternates and visitors N call tlon anil it was the prido of Ills later most substantial citizens of this Under the rule the State Associa gestion flatulence or palpitation of R It or address years to say that he was born lived B L BRYANT county He was bom and reared and expected to die on the same spot tion will meet in Paducab April IC the heart Try the American Dys T P A H O MonnUR in the home In which be died spent the the State bodies being required to pepsia Tablet of Louisvillo manuof earth where his father Asst G P A marfacture For many long years bo had been entire period of his life after meet thirty days beforehand ennnped in merchandising at Farm- - riage The announcement of the the pro The death of Mr Fanner removes dale and by careful and frugal the last remaining landmark of a posed meeting In Loulsylllo will be a Brinir in your premium Bmti the -t- o Knl You Have Always Bought management bad accumulated a generation of sterling men and subject of congratulation to all mem- tickets boforo March 1 women wno lormeu me cnaracier bers of the Association in this section They will not bo good tif tor handsome estate Frank made His integrity and uprightness of and ponntvthe first history of directly Mr T E Harvey who has been that chite tin ami who were Grip shatters the nerves Dr Miles character were known and recognized connected with the social religious chosen by the Association to manage K K McCluro Son Restorative Nervine builds them up again 21 Ct by every one with whom ho had and commercial conditions of the the arrangement of data for a splen- dealings With all the rest of his strlal Wory of Kentucky to NoneKlfboybood companions j JVM CROMWELL fiood qualities lie coupled a gentle Issued that time was in the or school fellows remain in the old and kindly disposition Ho was an community and only one remains city this week arranging for the col Attorney at Law old fusbioned Kentucky gentleman yet alive a citizen of a dlstnnt lection of such data from this city Once your friend he remained ntead Frankor Kentucky nnd county ns may be necessary for ast through simsljine and storm He was In full sympathy with all t Bhnlli meet iRuitirprlijt Wilt practice In tti Estate Acnt Also Ho was a Christian gentleman that affected the community for witl every encouragement from the Will euro Tonsilitis and Bronchitis Courts IlenlFranklin nnd tne ndlolMng rountlet of good loremost in till enterprises for sptielil iittentlon to the pur which is more higher and better the public weal a leader of iudomlt- - merchants manufacturers und bus A specific for incipient consumption and will also give real ttute collection of rtnts chase and sale of Doses small Frico 25 cts at druggists claims and theneotlation of loans than all else being a projninent able purpose strictest honesty had a inoss men generally Particular perseverance that could not fail and i member of the old time J An Honest Medicine for La Grippe Baptist Church which Is known as a determination that yielded n6t to a liberal sup- Xittle Flock and Its house of wor Â¬ adverso surroundings and purse of porter with energy n w ship Is located near Alton Anderson whatever was for the mini c iroou mun umur iii y v er me worst ounty As a neighbor attentive to the sick f cough cold grip and In early life Mr Farmer was Imp charitable to the suffering poor the taken ots of chills and no accounthave trash of but ily married to Mis- Luey Thomas widows friend and the orphans prollt to the vendor Chamberlains protector helplulsympathetieloyal who has been a helpinete indeed to f n iiU Cough Remedy is the only thine that i vi rmiiitu it riHiiDur him in all the long years which have friends affectionate and devoted to ins done any good whatever I have passed They have gone hand in his family a loving companion an cold um grip have a and left Ine i hand cheerfully and happily bear Â¬ indulgent parent a wise counsellor congratula o he inanulactuacrof an He was a zealous church ma- ning the sorrows that have come with earlv in life Joined the Regular honest medicine For sale by J patient fidelity and the joys without Baptist Church of the old school and W Gayle undue elation Now in the even- for over hall a century nnu until Soup House Closed tide of a long Hip she Is bereft of the stricken with his last illness blood clot on brain never missed but one strong arm upon which she so of his church meetings in a period of Messrs V B Bridireford W S leaned all along the journey miny iwo years men uuriiij uiu war Delioney and Nelson whoso The tenderest sympathy of a whole when he was absent from the State successfully conducted the soup house When the Lord converted himit community goes out to her in her Leaves Chicago 30 p m every flay was of the head heart mind soul for the relief of the sufferlnc poor of desolation oouy strength ana purse unu never our city closed the same on Friday For more than a year Mr Far- once in all his Christian experience ncjt last m mers health bad been exceedingly did he fail in any duty to his fellow- - They JeserV0 an mve received his church or his God His delicate and time and time again be man young manhood his malurer life the gratitude of the poor and the was thought to be beyond the reaqh and bis declining years were devoted community generally for m the good of earthly help but his sound und to his Master To him life was to WOrk done sturdy constitution enabled him to eiidure the present in fultb in the Notwithstanding the wfui cold rally from the attacks of- disease hope of the future dying ashellyed no one was frozen to death Our ALL the promises of the Christian when everyone had abandoned hope in The death of atruofriend 1s always community was far luckier than Recent afflictions did much to a sore affliction the union of hearts niony others in this respect breakdown his remaining strength is by invisible ties which can not be Ev- and now full of years and of labors severed without intense pain Tho La Grippe is again epidemic 3ie rests in the arms of that Savior departure of a loved one whose ory precaution should bo taken to presence and spirit were sources of avoid it Its specific cure is One in whom he trusted great comfort removes out of life Minute Oough Oure A J Sheperd He leaves his devoted wile und part of Its sweetness and leaves a void Publisher Agricultural Journal and No Advertiser Elden Mo says three children Mr Ben T Farmer that can nover be filled Religion does not in one will be disappointed In using of this city und Mr Will S Farmer times of bereavement forbidYesorrow bo One Minute Cough Cure for La shall G B T A Pleasant to take quick to of Farmdale and Mrs J T MeCoun sorrowful but your sorrow shall be Grippe act For sale by Tyler Hemphill of Mercer county to mourn bis turned Into Joy He Is taken away but still a mem- - nt W McKoo Bardie departure the household only separated The funeral services took place on ber orMiin vpM nut lust forever hut SeriOUS hire hirn 1 oclock Sunday last at p m gone before Into a better life waiting re services being conducted by Itov P ur Httlo neighbor Qrrt rtt tkTrtfV n IIVD vil mm ii P G Lester of Virginia and Rev throughu nature III 3oternity9SNo Ground was visited by a disastrous to J G Sawin of Illinois und the word of comfort can be spoken to fire on Saturday night It started in A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of remuins were placed with his the sorrowing children that may tho attic of the furniture store of G the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart assuage the poignancy ot their griet G Carl Co destroying that buildkindred dust in our cemetery Burn and Constipation His county and State have lost a No future painted them so bright as ing Geo Duvalls grocery a large example of his life and the tho good und upright citizen his family triumph of his death Co Dr C warehouse of A Ford a kind indulgent and loving hus To her who has so lonir ago with C Lewis drug store and tho post Read the following reasonstfor using American Dyspepsia Tablets band und father and his neighbor Â¬ him passed the noon of life Journeyed 0flie All other remedies oliilniini to oure indigestion anil dyspepsia contain PEPSIN hood a man who could illy be lar down us western siope can omy There were no means of fighting in one of its forms nnd as loni as PEPSIN is supplied to a weak or even hunlthy Ibesaid all Is well 7 spared re and of course it ran its stouiHch iu the shape of medicine nature will cease to make it and the DYSPEPSIO Soon may this flickering spark of 1e DOSE and of course never be onred of his will not bo able to do without his course vital name will digest food must trouble A A devoted friend lias banded us a Forsake Its languid melancholy This is the worst fire In the history and not rely stomach that for promptly important agent make its own PEPSIN this most upon mediaiuo frame fuller sketch of our friends life since of this pretty little town American Dyspepsia Tabids contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIO agents may these eyes their trembling our notice was written which wo Soon bnt aro composed of four old nnd well known vegetable remedies which in combi Â¬ lustre close gladly give place in our columns Beforo the discovery of One Min nation will soon effect oure by rerttoring the stomach to its normal condition Welcome the dreamless night of long the STOMACH and its Wo no ALMANAC ute cough cure ministers were no prize furnish no book on number of wrappers but DISEASESa trial box to any Died at Farmdale Franklin county repose will send for the LAHQEST by coughing con Â¬ Kw on the 17th day of February Soon may this woe worn spirit seek greatly disturbed gregations No excuo for it now address free of co4 180 Mr B nedlct Farmer in tne the bourne AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are put up iu Mo pneknger nnd are to 78th year of his age having been Where lulled to slumber grief for Tyler it Hemphill and W McKeo be iiad at J V Qaylos and W II Averllls or by addressing Hardie born on the Kit It of August 1821 gets to mourn His father Benlamln Farmer was w THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO To ward of La Grippe take a dose of Dr a native of Chesterfield county LOUISVILLE KY Miles Restorative Nervine on coing to bed Virginia was born in 1783 married HOW THISP Miss Susannah Goodeofsameeounty Wo otTer One Hundred Dollars Re Do you suffer from catarrh of tho in 1817 Immediately thereafter reward for any caao of Catarrh that can the stomach heartburn or constipa- Â¬ moved to Kentucky and permanent ly settled in 1818 on the location now not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure i J CHUNKY CO Props Tole- tion Glvo tho American Dyspepsia known as Farmdale there erected do O Tablet a Kentucky product a trial his pioneer cabin for the building of Wo tho undersigned have knbwn F Which the Hrit tree of a virgin forest for tho last 15 years Red Hot From the Qua was felled by his hand and there J Cheney perfectly honorable and bo In all his young wife established his Hove him transactions und llnanclully with lniHlness home in which eight children were nblo to carry oat uny obligations mudo Was the ball that hit G B Stead t born to them the youngest is the by their firm man of Newark Mich in the Civil subject of this sketch all of whom West Truux Wliolcuule Druggists War It caused horrible Ulcers reached mature years the larger Toledo O that no treatment helped for 20 years number advanced ue now none Wuldlng Klnnan Marvin Whole- - Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured surviving him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns sale Druggists Toledo Ohio In 18 Mr Farmer married Miss Halls Caturrh Cure is taken inter- Bolls Felnn Corn Skin Eruptions Lucy Thomas daughter of Thomp nally acting directly upon tho blood Best Pile euro on earth 25 cents a Ksij of Anderson and mucous surfaces of tho system box Cure guaranteed son Thomas Sold by J by whom county he bad six Price 75o per bottle Sold by ull Drug- - W Gayle Druggist children three of whom Mr Bon T gists Testimonials freo Halls Family Pills are tho best Farmer of Frankfort Mrs James P MiCoun of Mercer county and Mr The Kind You Have Always Dean tho W S Farmer of Farmdale seven Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Signature grandchildren and two great grandof Digests what you eat children and the venerable widow Tlie FranKfori noigaM m Mkm Vffl M h J j tii - fKmSt ax Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ K Â¬ fit nlt ste ni - DrBuUs COUCH SYRUP i - - North Western Limited ELEC TRIC LIGHTED ul I iv w Â¬ 20th CENTURY TRAIN Paul eonfl--dont- ly JJ For St Minneapolis Duluili Â¬ Daylight Train leaves Chicago 830 a daily except Sunday Night Express 1015 p daily AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA - ri Hicap ana M Western Railway The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth P Chicago Address W Kniskern 47i DYSPEPSIACUREDI AMEBIGAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS V rr it w ill u Â¬ Â¬ M- b vam l Â¬ m i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Insurance JLgeirta 111 Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Bagemont of th Capital Hotel OASTOKIA Â¬ i f6U k 1 V JO 2HE2TSON WHITE GOODS i HEOC3 E1 H Wt 1 tWWJWUI1 MIUILUJWI BIG BARGAIN SALE CORSETS AND WAISTS 100 125 and 150 corsets odd lots nt 50 els 225 Equipbiso Waists for 100 Jenness Millor Corset Waists 100 worth 200 PlnM Muslin fie yd and up Jndiu Linens oc yd and up HOSIERY Special sale black hoso at 10c UNDERWEAR All of our winter underwear at cost COTTONS AND SHEETINGS G cts yd for Masonvillo Cotton Gets yd for Lonsdale Cotton 7 cts yd for Berkley Cotton 8 cts yd for Lonsdale Cambric 15 cts yd for 10 4 Pepperol Sheoting 20 cts yd for 10 4 Utica Sheeting 300 9 DIMITY yds White Check Dimity at 10 cts a bargain PERCALSAND CALICO H cts for Indigo blue calico 8 cts for Shirting calico 10 cts for best yard wide English Penang Yard wide good Porcals at 7 cts MILLINERY All of our 350 500 and G00 English hats at 198 yd I 311 Harvicland v SkLAJCJSr JTIUSiEST SOUTHERN y T iv j1 r rnrLAYED Thursday February 9th was the Coldest day since 18SI Mrs Hettle Semones on Monday lust rerul veil ii telegram from Lex- injrton stilting that her aister wns very alck and asking her to come at once which she did and is now stnndhiK ly the bedside of her youngest sister Tile posloftW was crowded on the 14th every one waiting for their mail I tlilnk St Valentine visited all this year Mr Will Jett had to liave a two horse waon this week to hold his Misses Edna and Cordelia Dnvall cave a valentine party Tuesday last Mrs Bettlc Scmones was called to Hie bedside of her dying brother Mr John Green last week in Shelby county Died February 8th at his resid ence in Shelby county nearGraefens burg Ky John Green ton of Alex- Â¬ ander and Annie Green Our brother John was born Dec 25 1843 in Nicholasville Jessamine county and became a Christian at un early age It was under the calm inspiration of duty he went forward to con less Christ before the congrega tion at Antioch calmly he submitted to baptism in the waters of tho Ken- Â¬ tucky river All the rest of his brief Jife was in harmony with that con fession and obedience Whoiever he went he became known as a Christ Throwing oil his natural Ian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ littiu J Sheer Sednlin Mo conductor on electric street car lino writes that Ills remarks wero always sltnnle his little daughter was very low with and his voice in prayer broken by croup anil her life wus saved after nil eniuarrassment out tno rare purity physicians had failed only by using ol his life made every sentence im one minute Cough Cure Tyler pressive Hemphill and W MeKee ilardie In his later days he moved his fellowship to the Christian Church in Dr Cndys Condition IowUerR u Graefensburg where he hits served a number of years as elder of that juBt what a horso needs when in bud Tonic blood purifier nud church Ho earnestly and faithfully condition orniifugo They discharged ills duty to the end of medicino and tho best are not food but in nee to put a lifes journey His life work is done horso in prime condition Prlco 25 and well done He has entered Into cents per package the rest of the blessed Ho Was a for Jesus Â¬ timidity that he might speak a word jfJTJIM BEST TRAINS --TO fisvolin HAIR TURNING GRAY mib s For sale by J W Gayle and genial and companionable gentle Gayle Co man and an amiuble and devoted LeCompte husband Ho was the oldest of eleven children on whom death has laid his hnndand the brother of Mrs nemo oemones or warvielund Franklin county Ky That terrible malady lngrippeattacked him While Deslrtns to change my residence l will sell or in Louisville but he came to his lensti mv stable on Ann street This Is the best home So unexpected wus his death loc tted stable In the city It well adapted to the but few of his friends saw him In his livery bus ness una liberally patronized last hours His brothers and one W B LUCKETT sister were with him and hoping 2Mf against hope they tried to ward off that fatal blow Tho other two sisters did not seo him till he was cold in death and so life like did he look they could fccarcely pursuade themselves that ho was dead The funeral services wero conducted by Rev Wilson on Wednesday evening at 1 oclock after which the re mains were interred at tho Frankfort cemetery He leaves a wife threo sisters flvo brothers and a host of friends to In tho Courier Journal than mourn his loss They have the sin- in nny other paper published both in cere sympathy of many friends quality nud quantity And can it can it be grim death hath 104 PAPERS ONE YEAR FOR stilled Tho throbbing heart which moved 50 cts that noble form Can I believe his icy breath hath 1 I Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha For Sale or Lease St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA l IH KENTUCKY I Schedule in effect I c lb 180S NO 1 No 3 No KARTIIOHNI Lv Loulsllle 740am ripm 745pm 909am 1103pm 007pm Ar Shelbyville 9 55am 5 5pm 9 50pm Ar Larencebg 10 16im 017pm loonpm Ar Versailles 10 15am ft lipm nj35pnT Ar Lexington WEgriiuvup No No No 4 7 30am 15am Tv Lexington 4R2pm Ar Versailles 7fam 515pm 537am 555am dsotm Ar LarcncrbB 9 12im 805pm 632am Ar hhelln villa 10 40am 7 35pm 755am Ar LouN lllu I 2 ft nml Wnirv Freo Observa Trains Nos tion Chair Cars between LoulsvlllO anil Lex ington WESTlllJUfiBr EAST I10UNO No 12 No ff Ni 13 No II stations 33opm 740am f7v Louis v fl Ar 7 35pm I a 40am 5 55pm 9 55am Ar IarncbrRAr 51Cpm a 10am 04pra 1043am Ar llurnrisbgAr 4 2ipm 720am 7 00pm 10 55am Ar Hurgln Lv 4 15pm 710am M LWftY 4pm EABTBODND WESTBOUND No YOU St Louis or ChicagOr VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS T M RUQO TRAV PAS3 R AGENT BT LOUMMO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MOR ST LOUIS MO ItNo 07 STATIONS a 30pm 7 40am tv Lnulsvil 5 02pm 9 09im Ar Sliolbvll fi 17pm laioim Ar Vcrsllcs 640pm 1110am Ar Midway 7 lupm istepmlAr UuorKtn EASTHOPNO I n Ar Lv Ar Ar Ar No Id 10 40am 9 12am 7 50am 7 30am 7 00am tNo 68 7 35pm 005pm 415pm 3 38pm a oopm tNo Â¬ GET Twico-n-Wee- WESTBOUND 5 STATIONS tNo 6 tNo 2 740um ILlOpm Lv Loulsvll Ar 10 40am 735pra 20pm Lv Versllea Ar 750am 4 45pm 1022am 1102am 7 05pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar fl5am 355pro aOoam 300pm 1158pm KOfipm ArltlcbmndLv tNo 105pm Ar Irvlno Lv MORE k Twico-n-Wee- kWWAKCLCYaCNLPASRAaTaTL0UI8K9 Â¬ TO Lv Loulsvlllo Ar Lexington Ar KdoxvIHo Ar Ashcvlllc Ar Savannah Ar Jacksonville Ar Chattanooga Ar Atlanta Ar Macon stations 130pm No 1 No a 740am 745pm 10 45nm 10 35pra 7 00pm 74ara 5 10am 115pm 9 00am 50am 50aa c ALIFORNI A in Tho Courier Journal is oblled That pulso whoso every beat was tho cqunl of runny dailies nud tho superior of all other pnpers It prints moro rent true and warm news moro good class matter moro good The curling locks lie loose upon that stories than any other Issued Wednes brow A good commission day nnd Saturday As if those fingers fair them back to agents Hnmplo copies freo on implik NEW ORLEANS Southern Fiicinc connection with tbt via Through Weekly Â¬ Tourist Sleeping Car Leaving Cincinnati unit Louisville on fust New Orlennit Llmlied train Â¬ had tossed cation Writo to Ho suffered yet no trace of suffering COUftlER JOURNAL CO now Lou sviil Ky Betrays how much his latost struggles cost The eyes are closed ing eigne Ie It R fcVHRY THURSDAY For Los Angeles and San Francisco without change The Limited also connects at New Orleans dally with Kxpres Truin for the Pacific Coast and on Tuesday nnd Saturdays with the but to my 1 weop- - 8 55am 9 55pm i Ar Jacksonville 010pm 655am Lv CbattanooRa iai5pm 130am Ar lllnnlncham 23am 955pn Ar Meridian 830am R30an Ar New Orleans Cincinnati Florida Ilavani Train No Llmlied carries Through Drawinu Room lull man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon nnd Jacksonville connects nt Lexington or Chattanoc pa with Pullman Sleeping cat for Now Orleans Freo Chalrcars between Lou Â¬ isville and Lexington Observation Chair cars between Lexington and Home CIe cars ele gant coaches Train No 3 enrries Pullman Sleeping car bo tueen Louisville Chattanooua and Birmingham nlo Through Sleeping cars from Lexing ton to Jacksonville via AshevIUe nnd Savan nah also via Chattanooga nnd Atlanta N chnnsre Free Chair car Lexlnston to Chiluv nooga hrough Meeplng cars Lexington M New Orleans tDallv except Suudav A Whedon STSwirr Lexington Kj Loulsvlllo Ky 1 1 Â¬ lCUim ooim 1 555pm 645am 11 2 25pm PTA PTA By fc What does yqur mirror sayP Does It tell you of some little Are you streaks of gray pleased Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also Just remember that gray hair never becomes darker without help while dark hair rtinMlir KAnnmAe once the change begins nrv whAn JAyers ViflGP Tho trembling lids seem opening as from sloop Oh I can it bo that all their tender light Ts faded nevormoro theyll smile or weop Alas 1 thought those lips wero parting then To greet mo with that cheery ringing voico Whose echo through my soul now sounds again In axscontH making all my heart rejoice 1 a Special Arrangement You 8UHSET HINTED can Get the of the Southern Vacltlc plvlne HNHEX special through FSGNNN3d VPAG5L J M CuiPT DMO Washington D Wnshimton WATUUKGPA WMHTAYLOBAGPA Washington D C Louls Me Ky a ROUNDABOUT AND THE Twice-i-Week service to San Francisco Particulars of Agents ot the I OK It and connecting lines HG HATCH niv ass Agent Cincinnati O JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pats agent Memphis Â¬ COURIER JOURNBL Both Ono Yenr for Only II II ANSON o W a KhLLOM A r oa Chicago - ALoulsllle I 100 otlico When firs my eyes behold that I wondered Hair j at Us manly grace and power No trace of weakness could my gnzo hour Ho moves not does not spoak or even smile Yob donth hnth claimed our urothor as his own No no not death life eternal while Poor we are loft neath burdens yet to groan How could I then forseo this erect This is for ensh subscriptions onlv Al subscriptions under t his cumbluntion offer form must bo sont through tho KOUNDABOUT Try tho Onpitnl Steam Lnun dry for ti clean shirt or collar 16 tf Tolophono 17 nEAIAOnEcurodln20jnlnutcabyDrMllea Vain Pills Ono cent a dose At druggists tTttTjtfJtTtTlTtTJfTtTifJ TjtTftPWTlTTJtTltrlftfTkrW Tj4TrTTjttjTTrlTrTh4 f THE POPULAR uw lyiulMtwMwTlCJMtMtr j si4 WJ1J inik4 4 4 U IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIMI detect trying THE QUEEN Route with its rail and forms the short o and West India Double Dally Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vestlbuled CRESCENT ssjCSiS Jr steamer Connections line to Florida S will bring back to your hair the color of youth It never fails It is just as sure as that heat melts snow or that water quenches fire It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff It feefe and nour- Â¬ ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu- Â¬ riant growth It stops the balr from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair as well We have book on the IIlr and Scalp which you may obtain tree upon requent It you do not obtain all the benotltl you expected from the uie ot the Vigor write the Doctor about It Papas Child points Fast Service through to HAVANA Skin Diseases For the speedy and permanent enre of tetter salt ikeum and eczema Cham berlain b Eye and Skin Ointment is without nn equnl It relieves tho itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch barbers itch icnld head soro nipples itching piles chapped hands chronio sore eyes and granulated lids Â¬ FLORIDA AND Queen Crescent FC P Railway makes WJUW East Coast nectlon on arrival at Miami service to Florida via the Southern Railway and direct steamship con or at Tampa West Coast for I mvK jnrrn Key West Havana Nassau Santiago San Juan and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to Nevv Orleans Free books and Information by addressing C W O 4TlTfr wwwwwil f f f iillliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiiir 1 H Lowell Mail ih Dr CauVs Condition Powders for horses aro the best tonlo blood purifier andvennifnge Prico 25 cents Soldby AQCNT tW MITCHELL OIV PAItQRPASBaR C niNKANION OCNL Bind 10 ICLL DIV PASSOR AOtNT 4TH AND KACC TB CINCINNATI O CHATTANOOOA TINN OR AQINT CINCINNATI O lataruMii la ibt louUit cu to W O lUacuua for Vn IllauM4 MuoUili Lui oJ Lliloj gat jiu r I r j uiruijuvminxinnnrtrvinnrtfinnruirinnnnruui injinjinnxinnnninnnnjinniUxrvninnniurnnnnnninnrinriAifuvninnnnfiv law The Perfect The Standard Electric Clock 3 Electric Clock 2 1 1 t1inrl U118 til V 7 I fr 4 CUllUJJUUUPJ mr - Y 111T YVIUJUMll 11 p P jittRntinn mirl j etivpr j nmf VfrJ 5 CO Â¬ R85I S8 e-- r- 3 - time The Standard Electric clocks are unqualifiedly guar- Z CD 3 o H t anteed C on M A SELBERT SPECIAL BEPRESENTATIVE JuuiriJinruutnnnruuinJinrijajinn RELIGIOUS fc - 3 a 3 The clock is sclf roliiini It Jgjg will run in a oimtry homo f with the same precision as in a city office In a word it is ihc fej acme of clock perfection is gS as constant in its daily record fejl pflMH as the sun 1 1 c Reliable Jeweler FRANKPOhT KENTUCKY 7 FOR nnnrmnnnnixrinnjtnnjinjijmrirmr nnrmuufi raK IT preach at 11 a m MATRIMONIAL Sunday sohool at 930 a m Young PeoplesSoclety of Christian Ascension Episcopal Church MoIvek Jovks In JeHVismivIlle Endeavor meets at 645 p m McOready rector Mr Rev R L Prayermeoting Wednesday even Ind on Saturday Mr Hugh C Mc assistant Robt Emmet Abraham ing at 730 Kee of the Frankfort Business Col Holy Communion at 0 a m To all at 11 cordiallythese meetings the public is logo i nd Mhs Sulla lone- - daugh Â¬ Divine service and sermon invited a m and 430 p m No evening service ter of Mr Marcus A Jones and wife Morning subject Sire afternoon of this city weie married by Itov y m c a notes Siindav school at 945 a m in the F E Andrews Chapel number of srood thintrs are A Prof McKee Is iV terllmr young Lenten services every afternoon in promised for tho Mens Rally to man and Is building up it fine bus- Â¬ the Chapel at 430 except Wednes- Â¬ morrow launaay afternoon Rev day and Friday evening when it R L McOieady will give the fourth iness college Miss Jones Is one of will be held at 730 oclock address of tho Loyalty series his our sweetest prettiest and most pop- Â¬ Wednesday night Bible lesson subjoci Deing loyalty to the Book ular young girls a universal favor-Â¬ Ephesians v Friday night subject a theme which should interest in the Now Testament every young man After the address ite in the circle in which she moves The Church All seats free and everyone uor Messrs Will Bull Harry Mattern and The young couple have returned diallv welcome to all services J W Reading will speak briefly of home uhd settled down to lifes bus their impressions of the State Y M iness Baptist Church Rev E 0 C A gathering held last week at Th Ir many friends are extending of the Southern Henderson There will also be some Dargan D D music including solo Baptist Seminary at Louisville will good Mr Louis Harris a violin piano hearty congratulations by with preach at 11 a m and 730 p m VavWinkle Dkak In this city Tho Frnnlrlln nrmntv Bible SocietV accompaniment by Prof Wuyland The promptly will hold its anniversary at this Grahamoclock rally bogins be there on Wednesday night Mr W H Please to nVinrnVi Van Winkle and Miss Fannie Dear Tr Tnrtnn nreachimr the at 330 sermon All the churches of the city All men welcome were married by Rev George DarAs the members of tho Y M C A sie will unite in the service at nignt 76th Anniversary Congress have had ample opportubeing the The Yountr Peoples Society will nity to thaw out since the cold IinowiNsici Mi rvrox The mar p m Leader Mr weather oxperinced at the time apmeet at 630 ring of Crtpt Jiif F Browlnski of V Kfinnevi Thnn pointed for the last meeting it is Missionary therefore expected that the regular thirU 8 Umigbimt O M Poe n gen Â¬ Topic Womans bi monthly session Union which takes tleman who has many friends in this Junior Young Peoples Society placo on Monday evening 27th inst city and all along the Kentucky meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in at 730 oclock will be well attended Mm Phnrvpl Itlver and MiisSusuti Milton N nn- and prove lively and interesting i i i i r Prayer meoting Wednesday night The l members of tho local associa- nt 7finflnflf tion who attended the State Y M Utne bride in Louisville on Tuesday UutB in Sacre d Literature will meet A Conventional Henderson from next February 26lh immediately after the prayer-mee- t which they returned tho first of thin t ing week report a very Sunday school in the Chapel nt045 profitable gathering successful and Ilellol Ilellu and also sdme a m Special classes lor young men interesting personal experiences Seats free and all are cordially in Tho Loyalty meetings are grow- During lie cold spell I could not vited ing in interest and enthusiasm An jdomut l hut now 1 want all the on cgn- - Mil poultrv that I can get I exceedingly helpful address Loyalty to Christian Church Rev George Rev Wm the Church given by ill av you the highest t ush prices Crowe jr togethnr with Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 Co r t and see me enthusiastic Binging and a pleasing a m R Fkugusox Young Peoples Society of Chris vocaisoioonuueu inooiaiasnioneo nriKidwMV nnl Wiliimrtnn m way Bung by Mr E It Clark and tian Endeavor meets at 045 u Jii lt in tho chapel Leader Miss Martha other exercises combined in making tno rniiy last faunciay attornoon Abbott Working Nfeht and Day unusually attractive and profitable Palm Tree Christians Topic Consecration Prayer meeting Wednesday night Kodol Dyspepsia Cure The busiest and mightiest little in the Chanel at 730 oclock thing that ever whs niiiiUi is Dr Digests what you eat Missions tho Heart of Tonic Kinds New Life Pills Every pill Church Life is a sugar coated globule of health Terrible Accident meets Friday Junior Endoavor that changes weakness Into tiengtl afternoon at 3150 oclock llsilcssiiess Into energy lirtin fng Sunday school meets at 930 Mr litis Hreeden nnd his son Into mental oowor Theyre wonder- cordially wel Tho public will bo i building up the health Only comed to all those services and es In law Mr Harvey Iliddcll were in if m oy uo uuyif stantly killed by the west bound 0 peciallystrangers in tho city No evening service it O train on yesterday morning t f bn -i k 6 Ducker station It ajiieais that tho two men at- - A meeting of the Daughters of the Catholic Church The usual ser l ffuj 41 l tniil Jti ilLiil Confederacy will be held this Satur- vices to morrow conducted by Rev tsiti V Thomas Major the pastor Father oi uiu uuin noi Hcemiug to see n II oclock at the Low mass at 730 a m High mass They were l oo slow nnd the train diy afternoon at residence of Mis Joseph II Luwls Vespers at 730 p m 10 am struck the buggy stjuiirely tearing it Second street A full attendance to pieces and dashing the men some Presbyterian First McOiusky Blaynoy Churchtho distance They never know what D D Rev J hurtthem The liorse they were driv SCodoi Dyspepsia Cure pastor will preach at 11 a m ing was not hurt Sunday school at 045 aVn Digests what you cat Christian Endeavor Society meets The train was stopped tho men p m in Sunday sohool room at 045 EXECUTORS NOTIZE Prayer meeting Wednesday oven put on hoard nnd brought to the un dertaking establishment of Messrs intrat730 No evening service Dehoney Graham where they I have Ihhmi Iiv t e Kimikllii ounty Court duly quilUleil m tile Ixuiltor if lie lit ntll of were prepared for buritd John d Ilurvlc luvi8eil ami nil p r M liulebt nt r eil Mr Iirecden lived on the Gaines to to tliti entail ut Kilil dccfil iiiiil llmiiK eaucsieil nitvlni nmkH iiiiyimiK in Rev v111 Methodist ChurchYi a m W A place on the Owonton pike Mr eluliiwiuiiliit silil ituti nf piKieiit ilieHmie iiroiHrty proven to ni Coopor will preach at They JOHN II LINP8EY Quarterly meeting services will bo RIddell lived nt Elmville 21 lm Kxr of Joun o llarvle held in tho Sunday school room to- were tobacco men Mr Hreeden was night Saturday at 730 conducted about f8 years of age and Mr Hlddell by Rev W A Cooper of George- about Id 1899 town From what wo could learn no Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Pastors Aid Society will moot blame could attach to tlie trnlnmen TREES PLANTS VINES nt3 oclock each Wednesday after- us they did all they could to prevent Priil n ttil Mriiu mi li till Tpuku Hlimlia noon Hmnll FmiiH mid evurylhlng for Orlurd Epworth League In Sunday school lie accident Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grand February A-T- Clearance Sale J Vi P i S HEEir DRY OOS EMPORIUM Commencing Monday February 2Mh we will inrtugurato n grand cleHranco sale in every depnrtment Our sp lng goods will nil bo in in about 10 days nnd lu order to mnko room for them we will for 10 day sell everything at from 15 to 25 p6r cent below the Kgulnr price All gi ods hao ndtanced nnd spring prices will be much higher than fir flvo eir pust so if yoa want borgaius do licit fail to attend our grand ClcaranceSalo next yveek t NOTICE Every hi dy holding our prcmlnm tickets must present them for re- Â¬ demption on or before March 1st lsOD after which time they become void and wo will discontinue giving them a HEENEYS Dry Goods Emnorium 311 Broadway i - j Frankfort Granite Marble 200 arid 2C2 IsIain Street R Lpcli Preside l P F Co I MKsisjuiiJM yy ffi T Flyii i Scnipjor W D m y t Â¬ rlirr Triplet Sec etaiy Lewis I Wd Imve on hind u UrntljttoneB and Griinlto ut Miiiiuiiitiit Markom Mint we urn utlVriiig m h vtj loniri il iricu mid iniiHt diportu of ilium m the uexfjio ilii s You will mivv iimiir j by buying now or luiivinij yilur order for spring deliver Wo urn Inking orileri lor uniinimuiilfl for spring UullveTy to bo mnde of DUre Quinoej Wefllerl EatuniUtH furuinlied on and Scotnh Granite npplloiiln n -- li iii a c m Â¬ j 21 lm lr n-- rfnHv 3 t t mHm iTIiii wJfc JO Â¬ YirTrnr iifuriwin c 4 I I re ii jIUjjo I Â¬ LOWEST PRICES i1- m LIB ru Clover Seed For Sale taMj4wat4iliwrjig 1 Â¬ Ml CASTOR I A For Infants and Children YOU HSV6 AIW3VS Â¬ SPRING MI Main Elkhorn Mills Mardl Oras Ham Â¬ i Tho Killd BOllght lluwo a Inrw supply of homo raised Clover Seed for sale at lowest market price Apnly to I2d2t room at 045 p in Ofllclal Board meotsTuosdayovon- - Tho public cordially Invited to ct Hotel tond with specimens designs ivc Jor tho No evening sorvlco puriiono of organising a class In mod ern lie e making Ladles interested Southern Presbyterian Ohuroh In this work are especially invited 2Clt Rev Wm Crowe Jr tho pastor will omploy nuBgelilB nt reiiMumblo prices but Bell Mr W G Simpson of Lexing Strawberrydirect treo Cntnloguo4 on np ton Ky will bo ut the Cupital plluntlon to nnd on Wednesday mid Thursday Liiwu iiiidGitrdeii e Mahtin Boars tho Signature of OuijfficK Â¬ H F HILLGNMEYER Tel eplacaao Feb 28 3m Xjeacinctoaa ICy 257 j Job Work neatly executed at this office On this account L fc N will sell round trip tickets to New Orleans Mobile nnd Illrmlngham Feb 0 to 13 nt one fare Final limit Fob 28 jwif ifijca A Coal Cook Stove for 5 My lino of Ranges Cook nnd Heating Stovo is tho largest mid cheapest in tho city Tin Iron and Slato Koofiing Gulloi ine nnd Ronuir work of nil kind anVmUnA Wnni- I I l done promptly unci satisfaction guaranteed Whon in need ot anything in Chinn or Glassware a good lamp or onv article usually kent in a first olnsH niiinn Sin mil nmi oc my stock No trouble to show goods Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call from hero dally to all eastern points vessel after vessel being loaded daily f yes hourly in season ISoriolK rtoms to io one 01 me places pnwpority has never aban Â¬ DEATHS Letter From Mr John E Miles w flt t f m j 87 Hf Uny i hut cold md crisp I went out yesterday evening lor a walk alone The snow is some 13 or 14 inches on a level but drifts in places from three to six feet or perhaps more In walking up tho streets in the main portion or the city It reminded mo of going through railroad cuts paths beinc cut through tho snow Snow is a very uncommon thing here but the like of the present all seen before One Monroi In Memphis Tenn on say was never never saw a deeper thing I know I 12 at the residence of snow or even Us deep Sunday Feb more than her daughter Mrs Mary Shepherd once or twice in my recollection in Mrs Martha Monroe aged 75 jearn Kentucky Nor did I ever have the to the extent this JMre Monroe was an aunt of Mrs cold to effect me did being so near tho sea coast the W Hughes of this city Jas wind blew a gale all tho timo You will remember what I said in Will Be Repaired at Once my last about Florida How truly and uuickly it came to pass How I Upon plans and specifications made feel lor the poor fruit and vegetable by Architect Chas J Clark of Louis growers in that section In my short ramble yesterday ville the insurance companies hold evening I went down to u boat house upon the Governors in the river and wuiKeu out on tno ing policies Mansion will at once proceed to re dock and saw for miles up and down nnd across broken up ice edgowise pair that building The work will be completed by the und otherwise which seemed to be walla first of May nnd ready for tho Gov- Â¬ two or three feet thick not solid butÂ¬ But beautiful and white with watermushy Tho tide ebbing and Hew family to return to it ernors falls ing nnd the snow falling for two or And wreaths of mist liko hands tho three days and the water rising and v Millions Given Away freezing caused it to be of immense I hearpathway showing the morning the trumpet of thickness but very spongy I saw It is certainly gratifying to the several little tuus ploughing their I hearblowing thy mighty volco that calls and public to know of one concern in the way up und down the rivor I saw a calls land who are not afraid to be gener- Â¬ Boston steamer that got in yester- Â¬ And see as Ossian saw in Morrens ous to tho needy and Buffering The day being twenty four hours lute halls proprietors of Dr Kings New Dis attempting to go out but failed She Mysterious phantoms coming beam- Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and backed out and down tho river a con- Â¬ ing going Cold havo given away over ten siderable distance and attempted to It Is the mystery of the unknown million trial bottles of this great turn round but failed Then had a That fascinated us we are children medicine and have the satisfaction tug try to pull her around but still of knowing it 1ms ilwolutely cured also failed Wayward and wistful with one hand Asthma thousands of I learned last night she worked her To we cling things wo call our Bronchitis Hoarseness and all dis unv Imik to tlin duck the familiar own asesof the throat Chest ami Lunus Norfolk Is on the Elizabeth river 4re surelv cuml by It Call on J W It is called a river but Is more prop And with the other resolute of wills Onvlp Ttiinrirwt nmi ttt a trial erly a part of Chesapeake Buy Op Grope in the dark for what the day will Drlnsr bottle Regular size 5lc and posite Norlolk is Portsmouth ut How guid I am where I am not Every bottle guaranteed or price whicii place ships have reunified been and are being built besides a at home but at home Just think large navy yard and dry dock for re Â¬ the whole country housed north Painful Accident pairing ve sels and cleaning off their south east and went ill at one time hulls which become full ot sea weed It reminds me of primitive days no except Mr J Desmond OConner of this by growing and sticking last to the inland communication plainly horse back or stage How I re slip vessels office was so unfortunate as to member all this at old Frankfort Tho Texas was built here I saw No and fall on tho ie pavement on St her Just before she waslinished She steamboats no railroads no telClair street near the corner of Muin camo Into Havana harbor before I egraph no money that Is very little and what little wo had was on Thuisday night and break ono of left there I saw her lying at anchor Spanish coin almost entirely Hud the small bones in his right arm as we came out Her chief engineer Â¬ no Use for money Every one lived a Mr Bates with whom I got ac- within The injury while painful it is hoped quainted came buck with us to themselves Everything was we ate homo will not 1m serious Tampa on the Mascotte ono of the one made to be and wore so Every seemed contented lur as Â¬ Plnnut Hue steamers running be making Let Contract for Seeds money This question was tween Tuitiipa and Havana Chesapeake Bay and the tribu- never raised Land was titled houses State Commissioner of Agriculture taries ot sumo are noted for growing were built labor was paid mechan ics all without money Hon Lucas Moore let the contract and shipping the finest oysters in the Thewere paidgeneration to day will youngor world it being one of tho largest In for tho annual supply of seed to be and not understand the older ones will distributed by his department to dustiies curriedis on here Tnls busi Those who do not understand ask tne principal truck funning the older How I am wandering Burpee it Co of Philadelphia 1enn ness I enjoy whether your The amount to he expended runs up In season fruit vegetables and ers like writing what I write orread j to read not melons if tho latter are not included to about 1111110 Tho letting wus wiuie i iu the vegetable line are shipped window at write l looic out or tho made on Monday last the beautiful snow In my boyhood days it was beautiful but It Is not now While writing 1 see tho birds even the crow and the buzzuid Hying around looking for something to eat It reminds mo that the great vast muss of humanity to day are out in tho snow no shelter or home of their own suffering for food and clothing It seems to me this Is a funny letter most all my Individual thoughts but I am passing away time and those who read il will bo Mellowing suit I do not know when I will be at home Jut as well be heio us there so far as any thing I can do I am keeping in touch with tho trade just the s imo as at homo Am working my part fiom here Do not think I am Idle but enough John E Milks Â¬ Â¬ lioneli-Wca-m NouroMC Va Feh 15 18 BucKirY At the r sidenee of his son Sir Lee Buckley cm Seeoi d Editor Roundabout Eleven cluvs ago I got here where street Tuesday morning February 21 1699 Dr J M Buckley In ti e I am still suowbiuud and weather hound Yctenlay morning and this 79th yeurnf hlsuge sunshiny morning wi re bright The deceased was a well known dentist and for many years had qulle an extensive practice In this and adjoining count Its For tho pact ten or twelve yeais ho has made his home in Louisville The funeral took place on Wedne day and ho was buried in the fa idly Jot in our cemetery YOUR PREMIUM TICKETS MUST BE IN BY MARCH FIRST doned The Government Is spend ing millions of dollars here every year Including Nuwpoit News near by Since my first trip here 15 years ago it is wonderful what has been done not only In the city proper but all tho additions for miles around The house I am writing this scribble iu was two or three years ago in m old swamp Now it is mostly filled with large line residences and they are still liliiiu the swamps to build more houses it being ono or tho res idence portions of the city I begun this as usual not knowing what I wus going to wrilo nor now how it will end Iain housed and my time must be occupied iu some way eating sleeping playing with my grandchildren reading Longfel Â¬ low und Whlttierthe former espec- Â¬ ially having read over and over the most wf my favorites of his poems I will now quote and have it a part of this letter feeling it will be very ap propriate und fitting in my case and hone you will nnd your readers will excuse me nnd not believe me to be getting poetical but I am fond of poetry Part Jtli of the Two Rivers theme And O river of to morrow flowing Between thy narrow adamantine Â¬ Â¬ The Best Shoes Always prove in the long run to be I THE CHEAPEST SHOES We sell nothing but the best shoes and you pay no more for them than you do for the cheaper kind elsewhere The ladies shoes we have on our bargain counter for 150 and the misses shoes we are closing out for 125 will outwear two pair of the kind ordiÂ¬ I narily sold for those prices and will look nice until worn out Come quick while you can get your choice RUBBERS Jf i i i I 3 i We have rubbers which we guarantee not to split and to give good wear They cost only very little more than the ordinary unreliable kind You can not f 9 get tlem elsewhere Â¬ 1 r zizsr McCLURES CLAIKST 3 KY FRANKFORT 1 men-of-w- i Â¬ ROYHL MILLS -- CASH QUOTATION Family Flour per hundred Low Grade Flour per hundred Corn Meal per bushel per bushel Corn Shipstuff per 100 lbs Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty ROYAL QUEEN Best Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour per hundred Â¬ DAISY FANCY 240 230 220 70 250 Â¬ 60 80 Â¬ Â¬ L J3 Weisenburgh Proprietor Thanks Frankfort Kentucky fyarUw Washington Tea SOMETHING NEW Hit fPiippil Â¬ The young ladle of the Kings Daughters held a Martha Washing ton Ten on Wednesday evening in tho V A Gaines Co building on Main street Tho room was jiund somely und tastefully decorated and the beautiful and smiling girls who graced tho tea mudo it a charming Zais for padugt All Toeerf Mula only by TIIH W K FAIRBANK COMPANY Chicago St I ouIj Hew York Boeton PblkdelpbU nickel pukace of BU1I gnatet economy In 4 pound lb world btot clnaer Is perfectly safe lor children let us rccommond Ono Minute Cough Cure Tyler A Hemphill and W McKeo Hurdle For a quick remedy and onothnt to all who participated In tho charity iiiiikuik 11 oy presence anu talent one of tho most delightful en- itTiiiiiiiiiiMiinoi ii Kimi ever uiven in Frankfort Tho organization also appreciates tho cflbrts and good will of all who assisted or contributed In occasion any manner whatsoever to the suc Â¬ Wo are glad to learn that tlie cess of tho churity concert The thanks of the organization are whole affair was a success and added especially tendered to Prof Wuy to tho assots of the hospital fund hmd Graham under whoso director Â¬ ship tho program was rendered W E IUxtkk Notice Chairman Tho regular meeting of tho Alumni Association will ho hold at the Pub UIRTIIS Ho School Hulldlng Tuesday Feb 28 1899 Meeting called to order at Aduams In this city on Wed Â¬ U ao p m nesday Fob 22 to Mr Gabe Ad Gio O Downing Pres MAiiaAKUT Cultku See dams und wife a sou fort wishes to extond sincere thnnks Tho Charity Organization of Frank- Â¬ 7 rarr BmmvasnsmzmEiimanm JjLUiStXij Ti 1 -- St J Jl 17 T Dissolution Sale D C ORUTOHER JEMLsLSS fc Hurled with price force tint will strike as a thunder clap upon the people THE BlGGliST SHOE SALE on record will be continued until March 15th Remember we sll for cash only back or money refunded Q i H CO CI sb OTHING ANtV No yoods taken V i k Suit Department For 300 Ono lot mens For 450 brown cassimere all sizes that wero 050 For 500 One large lot suits broken sizes greys browns and blacks that wero good 750 and sellers at 700 800 For 750 Very large lot mens suits that wero 1000 and 1200 For 1000 Ono largo lot mens suits that were 1500 and 1600 For 1200 One large lot blue and black cheviots and fancy cassimere that sold for 1800 and 2000 Cash only Ono lot mens grey cussimero suits nil sizes that wero sold for 500 125 Choice of any childs 200 suit in tho house 300 200 Choico of any childs suit in the house 375 Choico of any 450 and 500 suit or overcoat in the house flaunol drawers tho 50c and ono lot canvass leggins tho 125 and 150 kind 10c One lot childrens waist tho 25c kind 35c Ono lnrgo lot heavy cot-ton working shirts groat goods the 50c kind 50c One lot XX Columbia White Shirtslargo sizes only tho 100 and 125 kind 25c One large lot boys under- Â¬ shirts and drawers ages 8 to 14 the 40c and 50c kind Cash only 60c kind 75c Choico in tho houe 350 takes tho finest Knox or 500 Stetson in tho house the world over Cash only 450 650 Choice of any and 700 suit or overcoat in tho house Cash only SPRING 1000 WEIGHT OVERCOATS Ono big lot fine goods wero Pants One largo lot mens cassimere tho kind that soil for 150 and 200 will close for 100 Choico of tho finest jeana 85c pants in the house that sell 150N at 125 and 200 Choice of any pants in the houso that were 300 300 One big lot pants black that were fancy cassimere m 100 MENS 400 that Mens Furnishings 35c lot mens bal- brigan undershirts and draw- Â¬ ers that were sold for 50c and Ono large Jewelry Choico of anv 50o Uff button in the house 50c Choico of any 75c and 100 cuff button in the house 10c Choice of any 15c and 20c collar buttou in tho houso Cash only 25c Overcoats For 000 Ono big lot over- Â¬ coats and ulsters that were 850 and 900 Choico of our 850 For 1250 qualities fine overcoats and ulsters For 1200 Choico of our 1500 and 1800 qualities 1500 for the finest overcoat or ulster that were 2200 up to 3000 500 One largo lot boys F C cheviot black and blup suits long pants age 14 to 10 that One lot boys blue and black cheviots age 14 to 19 long pants that sold for 600 300 Ono lot boys suits grey cassimere ngo 14 to 19 long punts that sold for 500 One big lot suits blue 700 F C black cheviots double and single breasted that sold for 1000 and 1200 Cash only BOYS OVERCOATS AND sold 60c One large lot regular 35c made fleeced undershirts Boys and misses black 18c cat stockings sold the world over at 25c Oc Mens heavy strong hose 7c Mens black and tan Neckwear 40c and S600 grade 35c 300 pairs childrens knee-pants thut were great sellers at 50c and 60c Remember this sale is for cash Kemoinbor no goods only on approval Cash only 400 Choice of tho finest 885 pants in the house the 500 4 2 350 for700 and 750 hose sold everywhere for 10c Choice of any 25c suspen 18c der in tho house Choice of any 50c suspen35c der in tho house Choice of all our Camel S5c hair undershirts and drawers the 125 and 150 kind Choico of all our fancy 75c shirts the 100 and 125 kind Ono lot STAR SHIRTS 50c WHITE XX tho 125 and 50 kind broken sizes Choico of all Monarch 85c Â¬ 1 Â¬ Choice of any scarf or 4- in hand in tho house 2 for Shoes Shoes 125 Choice of it lot of mens line hand sewed patent leath Â¬ er enamel and calfskin that were 3 4 Choice of one largo lot tecks and that wore 25c and 35c 6c for one dozen white ties 2c for white band bows the 5c 75c 15c 2 for 25c 00 400 500 and 000 125 Choice of a ladion kind very were fine kid lc for white shield bows tho 5c thut 350 large lot shoes 100 and ULSTERS 350 Choice of all 500 grades 450 Choico of all 650 and 750 grades 7 50 Choico of all 1000 and 1200 grades Cash only CHILDRENS ml SUITS grnTrT aTH Choice of any fancy Ber lin Shirt the 60c and G5c kind Choico of any cuff in tho ISc houce 4c One large lot handker chiefs Choice of any collar in 10c the house 100 Choice ono lot all wool tho 150 heavy sweaters kind One lot heavy not and 30c onssiinero overshiits tile 75c kind mostly small sizes 38c One lot heavy canton 40c Â¬ t and Manhattan White Shirts the 100 and 125 kind kind Cash only v LAP RUGS 200 Choico of any plush rug tho 300 kind Cash only CI mice of a liirgu lot ladies ery lim kid Oxfords 351 th l weiv4l 300 and 250 lot misses O10 lariri 75c shoes six n 11 to 2 that soldi -- 500 125 ivSff Trunks Choice of any 350 in tho house Choice of any 750 or 5dO 800 trunk in tho house 800 Choice of any 1000 tp 1200 trunk in the house HATS HATS One lot 75c Alpine felt hats tho 125 and many of thorn the 150 kind 125 Choice of any stiff or soft Alpino hat in the houso tho 200 kind 200 Choico of any 3 00 hat 250 for 250 No unods 200 mid 150 charged or on af provul Every pair mens lino 3iS5 5 00 000 IiuitiI mJwiiI shoen in our IniUsu gn at 3S5 All the new lues and new hlnides rub 15i Hie la rue m Indie In iv hat Vti 2p and 30c 100 One lot ns liWganv 1111 Â¬ up-io-da- to M thai 1 Were 00 2 One nu 12oaiil In Indi 2 135 tdioes 00 that were C ish only 125 and wt MrTTrriVnrr- - Remember every pair of shoes in this house Posiwill suffer a great sacrifice in this sale tively no goods reserved except the jJanness Miller Shoe which is sold under contract v Â¬ B iftfc tJaKr J rfl tTi D C CRUTCHER CO j w V -- c