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HE I 0130 A LEWIS Publiohor VOL JLiijLjLXi A XjlX v xiJL KOTT OCTOBER 22 1818 T ndabout TERMS WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO 8 XXII FRANKFORT KYf SATURDAY jmcwaii tWttT7rsxMZWrucT3ZmirxJULn-n-7-Z-zzX3i7n-vrli-rrrrt- ttartssnuMAKj miuniammuaa l Address Delivered Before High School Frankfort Ky La Faycltc Day by Dr Mm ie U V Williams Jean Paul Joseph Itoch Yves GilbeitMotier Do La Fayette born Auvergne France 400 miles fr m Pari Sept G 1757 of a noble family Hisfather was a Colonel in the French Grenadiers and fell in the battle of Mindcn a few months before his fS birth His early training fell upon his mother a lady of high position and excellent qualities lie entered college at the age of 12 years and was a remarkably apt and precocious student His mother died a year afjpr his entering college in 1770 and his grandfather dying a few months later left him in possession of a large fortune At 15 he became a page to Marie Antoinette Queeh of France the wife of Louis XVI and daughter of the famous Marie Therese of Austria whom the populace so cordially hated and finally beheaded in 1782 His early social Â¬ the governed which declaration was adopted July 4 177G touched a responsive chord ncros the Atlantic and fired the heart of the young French nobleman From the smok ing streets of Lexington and the battle swept heights of Bunker Hill rose to his mind the Republic of the New Woild The French govern ment was ju sympathy with the movement in the American Colonies and early in tho autumn of 177G sent t the Colonial Government secretly 80000 stands of arms 30000 uni forms 200 cannon and large quanti ties of ammunition Without thiB and other aid from France the Col Â¬ Royal makes tho food pure wholesome and delicious turned to attack Corn wal lis who La finally took post at Yorktown Fayette cut off his retreat southward Washington hastened from the north and Rochambeau entered the Chesa- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5T k il life was begun in a sea of discontent and may have had much to do with shaping his life of open hostility to monarchy and tyranny Here he was enrolled in the Queens musket- Â¬ eers Two years later at the age of 1774 17 he married the Countese De Noailles a lady of high virtue and courage In 177G he was sta- Â¬ tioned at Metz where some French officers gave a dinner to the Duke of Gloucester who was the brother of the King of England and who was to be the ruler of America The bold effort being made by the Americans fired the soul of young La Fayette and molded the character that stands alone in all history constant un- Â¬ selfish magnanimous the advocate of equal rights the foe of tyranny a Republican and the friend of all Ke publican institutions The closing years of the 18th century ushered in a riw era formed a new hope Truth had lighted her beacon fires on the hjll tops of the new world and the eyes of the old were turned in strained vhlon to be- Â¬ hold the halo of liberty and the masses to dream of equal rights This new truth was first evolved by and directed against British oppression On June 7th 1776 llichard Henry Lee of Virginia offered a Â¬ Â¬ I resolution in Congress declaring Â¬ that the United Colonies are and of right ought to be free and independ ent States that they aie absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown and that all political connecÂ¬ tions between them and the State of Great Britain is and ought to be totally dissolved This resolution was adopted by nine out of the thirteen Colonies and a committee of Thomas Jcffeison John Adams Benj Franklin Roger Sherman and Robert R Livingston were instructed to prepare a Declaration in accord ance with the above resolution The celebrated Declaration of Independ- Â¬ ence written by Mr Jefferson based upon the equality of men and the universal right of self government asserting that all government derives its Just powers from the consent of Â¬ Â¬ onies never could have won their Independence It was about this time in tiie Revo- Â¬ lution that the final incentive of La Fayette was put into execution by the discussion of affairs at the cele- Â¬ brated dinner at Metx to the Duke of Gloucester His determination to go to America was opposed by his fam- Â¬ ily Consulting with some of the French ministry in sympathy with his desires he was introduced by De Kalb to Silas Dean one of the Commissioners sent by tho Congress to France A mutual conference and agreement was reached by which La Fayette was to go to America in his own ship fitted up at his expense and carrying armsammuuition etc and with tho promise of a commis Â¬ sion of Major General in the Revo- Â¬ lutionary Army Then he purchas- Â¬ ed a ship but finding it impossible to sail from a French port not hav Â¬ ing the Kings permission to leave tho French service he sent his ship to Spain Here he met the violent opposition of his family and the French King who had him arrested and brought back to France But he was not to be deterred from his en- terprise and disguised as a post boy he crossed the Spanish frontier and sailed on the 20th of April 1777 and landed near Charleston on the 4th of June after a tedious and perilous voyage At Charleston he met Gen Moultrie and was so charmed by that gallant soldier and his defense of tho Fort on Sullivan Island that he gave him arms and accoutrements for 100 men From here he made his way to Philadelphia to tho Congress ami reported but to his surprise that body refused to carry out Deans contract with him Seizing his pen he wrote to Congress After the sacrifice I have made 1 have a right to exact two favors one is to serve at my own expense theother is to serve as a volunteer This epistle had its effectandon the 31st of July 1777 he was made a Major General before he was twenty years of age and the next day was presented to Washington and from that moment sprang up an intimacy and friendship of kindred spirits only ended by On tho 11th of September of death that year was fought tho battle of Brandywino where the American forces were defeated and La Fayette wounded hero shedding his first blond In this his first battle his courage was established continuing I At the seige of Yorktown LaFay- I ttto made so impetuous an attack sword in hand that the redoubt was carried and on the 19th of October Cornwallis capitulated with 8000 nntaiviuiKj Ol I nmiosM UUVt OO Hill Id VM I puio if I4 lOMHTiiJ till KUIIIWIJ mil K1 comrs mm tne hands of the allies I TnenameofLFlyette Washing- I uii uiiu Avuuiiiiiiiueau auuimtu orijr where and again on the 22d of De Absolutely Pure cember 1781 ho sailed for France where he was received with tho New supplies greatest enthusiasm and men were raised by France for ROYAL DAKINO POWDER CO NEW YORK another expedition but before it sailed a final treaty of peace was at the head of his men until he faint- Â¬ signed 20th of January 1783 In 1784 he was invited by Wash- Â¬ ed from loss of blood He was con- Â¬ ington to visit him in his quiet re- Â¬ veyed by water to Philadelphia for Every treatment but from thence to Beth- Â¬ tirement at Mt Vernon where he met the most enthusiastic lehem where he was nursed by tbe Moravian sisters six weeks but be- Â¬ welcome and arrived at Mt Vernon fore the wound was healed so as to 19th of August where he remained enable him to wear a boot he formed 12 days in the happiest reunion with an expedition under Gen Green to the great Washington Again he operate in New Jersey and in an was received by Congress where in engagement at Gloucester he routed a public address he closed with these the Hessians and was complimented words May this immense temple of freedom ever stand a lesson to op- Â¬ by Greene In December 1777 he was given pressors an example to the oppressed command of a division and went and a sanctuary or the rights of man- Â¬ into winter quarters at Valley Forge kind Of his connection with the French On the Gth of February 1773 the revolution and subsequent events French ministry declared for the in- Â¬ dependence of the United States His his arrest and imprisonment for two attempt of Washing- Â¬ achievements at Monmouth were years and the ton for his release and his subse- Â¬ brilliant and decisive He obtained a leave of absence of Congress to sail quent return to France through the not here great again to France to reinstate himself speak Napoleon we need to another of as it belongs in the good graces of Louis XVI and nations history set sail on that tour on the 11th of March 3 1803 Congress instructed the Secretary of War to issue Gen January 1779 to 11520 acres Fayette In August of that year he received La land onewarrantstownship which of half a the sword voted him by Congress was located on the west bank of the which was presented by the grand- Mississippi river upon which patents son of Franklin and on it was in were issued in 1810 and 1813 In 1834 Concrrcs by cribed Gloucester Monmouth vote requested President unanimous Monroe to Barren Hill Rhode Island and from write him to visit this country The the American Congress to Marques invitation was accepted and while here Congress granted him 200000 De La Fayette in nncli onfl o fntvneliin in TiMnrirln 1780 he again sailed to Amer- - containintr 23028V acres In The city ica after having been of the greatest of Talahasse is located on part of it In 1824 when ho visited this coun- service in France to the cause of the luj V10 tor of aU he United States and the Revolutionary His western tour included army He arrived in Boston in tStates States the Mississippi Val he Gulf April 27 1780 bearing a commission ley and the States bordering on the1 to Washington of Lieut General o Ohio In May 1825 he visited Ken at Louisville he theFench army from the King of tuck by Debarkinp to Frankfoit on carriage franco This was to prevent diffl- - came State road and remained thenkl cultiivs as theFiench had sent 6000 over night six mihs west of Frank troops to aid us already officered fort at tho old Hunter Tavern now the home of Mrs Judge Brown at and this commission 0Ul Bridgeport where he was met by a Washington superior in Jvc command committee who escorted him to the All this was due to LuFayette then Sugar Tree Grove now the Ho was assigned to duty with -- 000 property of Mr- - Clin3- - Clark H mHps frm Fmnkfort Here jIt wn3 men V watch tho British in New to Pt by the military and the entire York and while here he was one of population of this and surrounding a Court Martial that condemned Mai counties when he was escorted into M0 Capital of Kentucky amid the Andre as a spv WldC8t Cannn When Arnold invaded Virginia In the summer of 1781 Washington on leaving the Capital ho was es- dispatched LaFayotte to oppose him corted to Ciifnnati by Gov Desha Lord Cornwallis took command of and a number of the principal citi of the State and by thorn trans tho British forces in Mnv mid V erred to tho citizens of Ohio on the wrote homo The boy cannot escauo hnK rr th - rhin in Pnvino Tn wt wiivvm ui me LaFayette retreated until re- Â¬ one of his addresses vwtivs school to the inforced by Wayne and then re- - children he used these woads RUTAI P jgSSpga HafillW AKIN Â¬ I have with peculiar delight noticed tho eagerness and warmth of juvenile feelings in behalf ot an old American soldier There I rej6iced to find not only additional testi- Â¬ monies of the personal kindness of their parents and tutors but a most gratifying mark of their own early attachment to tho principles for which their forefathers fought and bled Their eyes have first opened on the public prosperity and domes tie happiness which aie the blessed lot of this American land Here liberty and equal rights surround them in every instance in every progress of their tender years and when admitted to compare their country with other parts of the world where aristocracy and despotism still retain their baneful influence they will more and more love their Republican institutions and take pride in the dignified character of citizenship So when they reflect on the toils in the war ot independ- Â¬ ence on the source to which they owe these various institutions they will be more disposed to cherish the sentiments of mutual affection be- Â¬ tween the several parts of the con- Â¬ federacy Suffered 20 Years MRS Â¬ i writes For twenty seven years I had been a constant sufferer from nervous prostra- Â¬ tion and paid large sums of money for doc- Â¬ tors and advertised remedies without bene Â¬ fit Thrco years ago my condition was alarming tho least nolso would startle and unnervo mo I was unable to sleep bad a number of sinking spells and slowly grow worse I began using Dr Miles Restorative Nervino and Nerve and Liver Pills At first tho mediclno seemed to have no effect but after taking a few bottles I began to notice a change I rested better at night my appe- Â¬ tite began to Improvo and I rapidly grew better until now I am as nearly restored to health as one of my ago may expect God bless DrMllesNcrvino Dr Miles Remedies V Dr 55H aro sold by all drug Â¬ Miles gists under a positivo p guarantee flrat bottle benefits or money ro Restores funded Book on dis Â¬ eases of tho heart and Wa Health nerves free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind MARY LEWIS wlfo of a promi Â¬ farmer and well known by all old residents near Belmont N Y il eSsasn ins Thss handsome table Mahog any inlaid top and shelf Â¬ t rootxFKrgsrxyiyvwvVVVVrvc9yvvxyvvvn W I Vjow nny vnrjvtjir tvit vtjvruijvvt Mill twt ji Im After tie Ian Who has come totho conclusion that hes paying too much for clinkers unci ashes whos got an idea that lie ouglft to ho golliug a hotlor coal lor tho monoy hes paying 1 want him to try a load of Wool driclgo Jellico Coal and Ill take my chances on getting him for n regular cus tomer vbi R Rogers Sons H G f r t MATTEEN THE- - Â¬ OFFICE NEXT F Dudley C iPiitiiuiltr TELEPHONE FREIGHT 07FICE GAINES OLD STAND 100 i MW JAAtarAiaAAAAAA AtAn inAJkAAAATJWIUAnaJhJU AAA AAAiitAAA jJ 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KA lL 1 HUDSONS StreetsCorner IVEixx etxxd 31 A - OXoair M 3 In Ready Made Clothing JsttrJSZL31JiimiJitJitx I give you more valuo for your money than you cnn got at any other store I buy the cloth direct from the mills and it is manufactured into clothing under my own supervision Every yard of it is thoroughly shrunk before it is cut something that cannot be said of factory made clothing I could buy factor made clothing and make just as much profit on it as I make on my own inakj of clothing but I could not sell as good goods for the money The advantage lo me in manufacturing it is that it enables mo to sell better clothing for less money than the other stores can sell When this fact is known and appreciated by the wearers of rertdy made clothing it will result in a very large business for mo The advantage to you is that you can buy better goods for less money than you can buy elsewhere Suits of my own make PERSONAL UA 750 850 1000 1250 1500 Did the Handsome Rhyme of the Women of Frank New Commander She will be entertained at the fort Gen Wilbur R Smith gave a G elegant home of Mrs Mary Brent Hon Goo V Lour has returned Owen Duncan Avenue Paris oclock dinner to the press gang Maj Gen Jas H Wilson the new from Leitchfleld from this city and Lexington on commander at Camp Hamilton Mr 0 T Duvall of Peaks Mill was Dr Kooms Baxters Dental ut his home in Lexington arrived in that city on in town Wednesday Main street opposite Opera House Thursday evening the latter city The following boys Wednesday and assumed command 29 tf Mr John W Rodman has returned from this city answered to their Thursday morning after a grand re- Â¬ from Washington City names and manfully did their duty view MATRIMONIAL Mrs W H Jeffries visitod friends in the charge upon the grjuuiing Gen Wilson was commander of in Louisville this week Newman Haly At the Church tables Jack Stuart Enquirer Max the largest cavalry corps in the world Col Jas A Scott was called to Commercial - Tribune during the civil wur distinguished Ada Ky on Sunday evening of the Good Shepherd in this city Marksbury Frank himself and was promoted for galMr George McOarty of Chicago on Wednesday morning Mr Dan J Mack Todd Commercial Ills was in the city Saturday Newman and Miss Mattie daughter Kavanaugh Post Jim Newman lantry in action At the close of the Dr S B Holmes and wife are en of Mr D L Haly were married by Courier Journal and Times Dick war he resigned his commission in joying a trip to the eastern cities VanDerveer Dispatch Rev Father Tom Major the regular army and returned to his Miss Nora Miller of this office vis- Â¬ Heres lookin at yer boys The happy couple left on the L homo in Delaware He has written Sunday ited relatives in Lexington N accommodation a number of volumes on inilitury train at 550 A beautiful suburban place of 2 matters and is considered an author- Â¬ Mr Garland B Bale jr and wife oclock the sumo morning for their acres in grass improvements a brick went to Lexington Saturday night home in Jackshoro Texn The cottage of five rooms withgalleries ity Deputy Collector S D Willis of hearty congratulations of many Will exchange for a Miuall place in Lexington was in the city Saturday Apply at this office the country friends accompany them Miss Katie Murphy has returned 50 tf e You Have Always Bought Bears tho Â¬ from a visit to relatives in LexingCricitton Ametkane We are ton Went to Camp in receipt of an invitation to attend Miss Ida Dudley of Flemingsburg the wedding reception of our young is the guest of Mrs M B Adamd this friend Mr Alex F Crichton jr The Bradley Guard- of this city Bankrupt week and Miss Florence Elizabeth Ame Capt Bernard Graham in command Col Green R Keller and wife were to take place Wed left for Pcnvee Valley on Monday guests of their son Dr H M Keller trane which is Mr A H Waggoner who con- Â¬ morning at 950 oclock for the pur Â¬ nesdny morning Nov 2 1898 on Sunday ducts the Bee Hive Grocery on Regretting our inability to attend pose of instruction Miss Genevieve Roche of Paris is Broadway street this city has filed GO the guest of her aunt Mrs M A we extend onr hearty congratula- Â¬ The company numbered about a voluntary petition in bankruptcy Collins this week men in line and they will remain tions Assets 0 liabilities 940 Judge for two weeks Mr Guy Barrett attended the meet- Â¬ W L Jettis his attorney Goriiam Brawner At the resi ing of the Masonic Grand Bodies in We regret that they went into Louisville this week dence of the bride in Trimble coun Â¬ camp under such unfavorable circum Â¬ Winter Excursion Rates to Southern Private W T Reading jr Third ty on Thursday Oct 13 Maj W T stances Resorts via Southern Ry but for- Â¬ Kentucky Volunteers is at home on Gorham of Scott county a weeks furlough Will Have a Rest Now merly of this county and Mrs Beginning October loth Winter Misses Mamie Norwood and Ella Nannie Brawner of Trimble county Downing of Lexington were guests were married by Rev V L Buch Tho base ball season is over for Excursion tickets to principal South Â¬ of Mrs Mamie Frazier this week 1898 and the players and public can ern resorts including Asheville and anan Hot Springs N C and Florida Mr Garrard Rodman was an at-Â¬ Major Gorham is well known to now take a rest The Bostons are points are on sale by connecting tendant in the Orabb Robinson wedchampions with Baltimore a close lines via Southern Railway our readers having lived near Stead ding at Smithfleld on Wednesday Tickets allow lo days stop overs We wish second Mr Geo A Lewis of this office at- miintown for many years The Louisville team finished in and are good to return until May 81 tended themeeting of the Masonic him and his bride all the happiness 1S99 ninth place Had they only struck Grand Bodies in Louisville this week iiiimaginable The Southern Railway quickest their winning gate a few monhs and best Write for maps schedules Mrs T M Fleming of the New might and rates Fleming Houbo has returned from a For broken surfaces sores insect sooner the story of the tables War H Taylor visit to her old home Flemingsburg bites burns skin diseases and es have been told quite diirerenuy Asst Gen Pass Agent pecially piles there is one reliable Rev George Darsie loft Sunday remedy DeWllta Witch Hazel Salve However the fans will hope lor Louisville night for Chattanooga Tonn to at When you call fir DeWitts dont ac better things next year C A Baikd m tend the National Missionary Con- cept counterfeits or frauds You will Trav Pas Agent vention Louisville not be disappointed with DeWitts fc HempJ C Beam Mrs P M Hanley of Louisville Witch Ilassel Salve Tyler son Mr hill 49 was here the guost of her Northwestern Pas Agt Chicago John P Hanley Shelby street for days aeveral In Demand Alexander of Green- Mrs Geo HOW THISP ville Miss who has been visiting We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ Prof McIIenry Rhoads Superin Â¬ A hacking cough ia a grave yard her mother Mrs Grant Greet has for any case of Catarrh that can Â¬ returned home tendent of our city schools is in de- Â¬ cough the sooner you get rid of it tho wardbe cured by Halls Catarrh not Cure already held several better Dont wait until it develops Mr T Noble Lindsay represented mand He has F J CHENEY CO Props Tole- Â¬ JVJ consumption but use the celeof this teachers Institutes during vacation into do O Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y city in the Grand Lodge which met attended aeveral associations since brated Dr JohnW Bulls Cough Syrup Wo tho undersigned huve F at once It is a wonderful remedy for J Cheney for tho last 15 yearsknown be at Louisville this week work was r sumed and is now down nil throat and luncr affections and will lieve him perfectly honorable and all in Rev Dr J McO Blayney returned cure a deep seated cough or cold in a business transactions and financially Saturday from Danville where he at for an address before the Shelby few days Good for old and young to carry out any obligations made able tended the inauguration of President County Association which meets at by their firm Roberts of Center College Peytona to day His address will West Traux Wholesale Druggists Our Profe Toledo O Mrs Mary Y Scott und daughter have for its subject Waldlng Kinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ We envy our Shelby friends Miss Mary Mason attended the wed- Â¬ sion sale Druggists Toledo Ohio ding of Miss Mary Breckinridge and the pleasure they will enjoy Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ Ensign Hinos in Lexington on Wed nally acting directly upon the blood nesday and mucous surfaces of the system For Sale Will cure a Haoklng Cough Miss Janet Thomas of Dayton Ky Price 7oo per bottle Sold by all Drug- Â¬ Doses are small and pleasant to take Doctor who has been the guest of Miss Sadie it Trice 35 cents At au druggists recommend gists Testimonials free In Tanner Todd Street South Side for A No 4 Bulls Eye Kodak Halls Family PUIb are tho best several days returned home on Wed first class order Only used two or Morse Lost nesday three weeks For sale cheap Apply Wanted G tl Dr V A Kaltonbrun has returned at this office A small bay mare four years old to Pittsburg Penn where from a trip got loose in South Frankfort Monday A gentleman and wife or two gen Â¬ ho attended the Grand Oommnndery Old Glory Floats night and has not since been hoard tlemen to occupy front room up of the United States Ho had the of Will pay a liberal reward for her stairs with board Desirahly lo Â¬ boss time The stars and stripes were formally return or such information as will cated on Third street South Sido Capt Jere South 5th Arkansas Vol- Â¬ raised over all public and govern- Â¬ enable us to get her fi tf Apply at this olllco unteer who has been visiting his Manqan Darnell sister Mrs E E Hume in this oity ment buildings in Porto Rico on Frankfort Ky returned to his regiment yesterday Tuesday and tho island formally 8tf Por RentStore Room Ills furlough having expired turned over toilie possession of Gen Mrs Mnry White Gary and daugh- Â¬ Brooke and his command Tho large store room In Masonic Reliable Salesman Wanted ter little Miss Mary and Mies Agnes Temple one of the best in the city who have been Brown of Versailles Is offered for rent Apply to Capt People have We do not promlsegreat riches but B Truth wears well guests of Mrs J B Lewis Third 0 Milam or Bei T Farmer returned homo Saturday learned that DeWitts Little Early can make it an object ho tho right street 4 tf Risers are reliable litllo pills for man to sell our Lubricating Oils and afternoon regulating tho bowels curing consti Â¬ Greases Address us at once Mrs Jennie 0 Morton has been in Â¬ They Â¬ and The Euclid Oil Company vited to read before the sooiety of the pationgripe sick headache Cleveland Ohio Tyler Hemphill D A R in Paris Ky November 3d dont office 8 lt 49 her Centennial Illustrated Poem Â¬ W R HUDSON JR TCsmiramzOTMa The Leading Specialists of America DJKK 20 YEARS OHIO 250000 Cured WECURESTRICTURE i lomif nnil middlo agod Thousand mennro troubled with this disease many unconsciously They may bavo a emurt- iiiK sun ntun puma twisting stream flntrj cutlii fr iai 3 at time tdight dis charge U1HU1I17 11 commencing weme nrirmn cinusiorii rn all tho pvmntorrm of norvom debility they liao STRIC Â¬ TURE Dont lot doctors experiment on von Iv 0 ittinc strctcbinit or tcarinjr you j his will not euro you as it will re Â¬ turn Our NEW iMETllOD TllUAT- MES t ubsorui tho stricture tissue honco removes tliostrlcturo permanently It cvii novcr rotuin No n iin no suffer ing m dot nn l Ion f om bueinoF by our motlioJ Ahosowmlorgnnpnronrongtn oncd Thi nones mo nixigorated and tho bn3 of manhood 10 turns Thousands of youre and niiddlc ugcd haiug their toxval igor nnd itnlity continually rapped by this dis oaso They n o frequently unconscious of tho can 0 of theso Fymptoms General nniturnl Discharges rait Â¬ Woaknos ing Manhood NorvoumoF Poor Mem- Â¬ ory Itiitability at tiinoi Smarting Sen Â¬ sation Sunken Eyes wilh dark circlcp Weak Hark Uonoral Depression Lack of An ition Viiticocolo Shrunken Part etc ULEET and STRICTURE may bo tho catuo Dont c insult family doctor m they hao no oxporicuco in theso special diseases dont allow Quacks to experiment on you Consult Specialists who liavo mado ft life Btudy of Disease of Men and Womon OurNEW METHOD TREATMENT will posi Â¬ tively euro you Ono thousand dollars for n caso wo accopt for treatment and c inuot cure Terms modorato for ft euro Z OASTORXA WECURE SLEET mon arc i - Â¬ CURES GUARANTEED Wo tront and euro EMISSIONS VARICOCELE SYPHILIS OLKET STRICTURE IMPOTENCY SECRET DRAINS IINNATIJRALJHSOIIARG- ESKTDNEY and BLADDER Dieeason BOOKS CONSULTATION FREE FREE If unnblo to call writo for QUESTION BLANK for IIOME TREATMENT Â¬ Â¬ Kennedy 122 W Kergan O FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Coal Firm IIivliiK iu cliiMdl the busies cf Tho Noel Gaines Coal to we tire prepar d to tiirnlMi to the peoplo of Frankfort and Franklin county the best grades of both hard und uoft coal Hacking I COUGH DrBulTs Cough Syrup MCDANIEL Offloe Sept k WALLACE 230 Main St Scales and U Dopot Ya d Near L 17 lm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DECOBATION DAY AT HOME Should bo observed by having your din Â¬ ner more specinl in dainties than usual on tho verge of summer In our high grado stock of groceries wines and vegetables you find fanoy and staplo supplies that will onabio you to prepare a dinner for a king and are ospeoially appetizing and tempting just now Job work neatly exe cuted at this John Driscoll Tho leader in first olass goods at low est prices i w SSSlR Hf wftllm ItfErriliN i Sft B iitK631 i u if maj mrr Wo havo them in Electric Stnl Mink Ast a tan Persian Lntnb Thibit Mouilon prices 260 up nil grade b Very nobby nro tho new Misses Cloaks Everyone likes thorn Bonutifnl jacket lined thtoughoot plnid lining only 500 CClho jaj Keeps Tho largest the best tho ohenpeit lino of Indies Misaos and Childrens Cloaks Dress Goods Silks in fact anything Wo claim wo do which 1b upually kept in n tirst class Dry Goods and Notion Stock How can we provo it If you will only corao and seo our stock whtn you get ready to buy and got our prices and if wo do not do what wo say wo are willing to tiko a back Boat Willi every childs clonk wo FUSE sell worth 500 or over tie glvo a story book of Oliver Optics Ask honutifiil for coupons 2j Weiteel Report to Camp lit MZfXyAX the new Btyles nnd cclors extra values Our nrmei ti nto all well mnde lined throughout Seo our 37G t75 750 great values AH W S J Thoy nro Utile beauties Wo havo thom yjj 125 up fjg Prices from G to 12 yearn to 10 SR m a ODonnell Goods m J as Talented Actress Dead 4 ki i fife4 Rachel Johnon ilaeauloy Wiflnw if tho itn H irnni lrirmilair ami well known in Jhis city where she and her talented husbind have trodden the hoirds in the yotrs gone by died in New York City last week Mrs Macau ley wts Miss Rachel Johnson before her marriage and was a handsome woman and splendid actress By successful investments she had made some 300001 in the 12 years since her husbands death Mrs Winter - AVe Keepers are again placed under obliga tiono to our old colored friend Uncle Levi Berry for a basket of winter pearss which are known as Winter Keepers and only become mellow and eatable about Christinas They are very lare and fine and were raised on the market farm of our old friend near the Cove Spring He will please accept our thanks When we eat them next winter we will gratefully remember the giver Mustered Out Company E Second KentuckyIn For Infants and Children fantry Capt Kersey commanding of this city returned to Camp Ham Â¬ The Kind You Have Always Bought ilton at Lexington on Monday Bears tho afternoon and Tuesday morning their thirty days furlough having Signature of expired It may be several days yet before On accoir t of the Ann Conven- Â¬ iDi ciples it is known whether the boys will be tion of theCliri tianC i of Christ and Auxiliary Convention ustered out or not to be held at Chattanooga Tenn October 13 to 21 1898 tickets will he Thanks sold at the rate of one fare for the trip from all stations on We are under obligations to our round Southern Railway in Kentucky friend Mr Richard Morris for a copy Tickets will be sold for all trains of the Chicago Tribune of Sunday October 10th to 13th inclusive final Oct 16 which is a marvel in the way limit October 24th 1898 Two fast daily trains each way to Chattanooga of the printers art It contains 56 For further information call on nearpages and is profusely illustrated and est ticket agent Southern Ry Wm H Tayloe is chuck full of fun and information Asst Genl Pa s Agent We desire to return our thanks to our friend for his thoughtful kind- Â¬ Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias ness October 25 A great success I am still making 28 Middiesborough K 189S Tickets via the Queen 50 them at Matterns Crescent Route at one fare for the More than twenty million samples round trip from all stations in Ken- Â¬ of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have tucky Ask ticket agents for par- Â¬ been distributed by the manufactur- Â¬ ticular ers What better proof of their con- Â¬ Try my Hand Loaded Smokeless fidence in its merits do you want Headquarters for It cures piles burns scalds sores in Powder Shell Guns ammunition of all kinds the shortest space of time Tyler CASTOR I A Heeneys Dry Emporium Autumn Beauties Ecntitiul conceits of foreign nnd domestic birth Beautiful styles that invito attention in beautiful assortments that make unequalled choosing and the beauticB of economy are not missing The inexpensive prices make them all evident Lfa SILKS Nowhere else will you find moro novelty and variety in silks than here FUES Beautiful Collarettes Latest styles and lowest prices DRESS GOODS We have all tho latest Parisian nnd London creations as well as materials have found favor with some of the first modistes of New York that LACES EMBROIDERIES AND DRESS TRIM- - MI1GS the lowest We hnvo the lnrgest and most complete line to bo found in the city Prices always OUR NEW COATS FUR LADIES nro things of beauty and n joy forever Call and see us We can save you from 3 to Just received 5 on HEEN EY S Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broad way your jacket Hemphill 49 r Major General Jos C Breckinridge has been mustered out of the volun teer service and will return to his position as Inspector General of the He has made an JRegular Army ideal ofllrer in every position to which he has been culled The General was given a farewell entertainment at Camp Hamilton on Tuesday evening Every thing was done in fine style and passed off very pleasantly for all concerned Fatal Accident A man by the name of Frank Jones claiming to bo from Indiana either fell or jumped off of the L N accommodation train on Tues day night near Hatton He was seen when he fell off the train was stopped and ho was brought to this city where he was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospital and Dr E E Hume called to his aid Dr Hume found that the man was be yond human aid The man lived for some three hours after arriving hero and then died never having recovered conscious Â¬ ness Buys a Farm 7 1m J C Mastin Groceries For seventten years we have catered to the best trnde in Frankfort eome of our best customers are our oldedt We consider quality first Wo hine established a reputation on quality of uoodd and reasonable priuts This is our plttform Onr stock thin beacon is larger and more varied thnn oer I Skin Diseases tetter salt rheum and eczema Chamberlains Eve and Skin Ointment is Â¬ For the speedy and permanent cure of f without an equal It relieves the itch- ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued U8e effects a nermnnenfc cure It alsocures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids New Goods Arriving Daily New Edim Pme Apple and New York Creara Cheese Eviproatod Peaches and Apples Prunes Rutins Buckwheat Flour Cereals of all kinds New Canned Goods to We botfiu to handle oysters to- Â¬ day and continue for the season Call nnd inspect our stock and get prices A Fleshy Consumptive Did you ever see one Did you ever hear of one Most certainly not Con- Â¬ sumption is a disease that invariably causes loss of flesh If you are light in weight even if your cough is only a slight one you shoujd certainly take W Dr Cadvs Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by Gayle J W Gayle and LeCompto Co- - 3My BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Scotts Emuslion of cod liver oil nvilh hypo phosphites No remedy is such a perfect prevent- Â¬ ive to consumption Just the moment your throat begins to weaken and you find you are losing flesh you should begin to take it And no other remedy has cured so many cases of consumption Unless you are far advanced with this disease Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion will hold every in- Â¬ ducement to you for a perfect cure SCO Mr II C Dunipin has purchased of Mr Roger R Early 245 acres of land on tho Midway and Versailles pike in Woodford county known as tho Brooks place for which ho paid 103 per aero cash the comfortable sum of 25235 Mr Dunigan has taken possession of his new place It is a splendid farm Colored Soprano Singer Madam Washington Jones Â¬ The best salve in tho world for cuts bruises sorest ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetters chapped hands chilblains corns and all skin erup- Â¬ tions nnd positively cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re Â¬ funded Price 25 cents per box For 15 ly sale by J W Gayle Try Miles whole wlirat Hour 3 Phone 49 Oct lfl m J HEENEY u ttwvllliiB No 2 THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER ht i FRM -- v limits clianl uiiil re isoimblo 5- Mascaras a pply to fail AUtfct EA t ITY Miltuble for mnten or ih reun cun tn ro t oil at OF ABi UT Meial acres term s tf - in j Main KM fctroet WAILVT 1 Blue Grass Nurseries FALL 1898 fcverythlnB for Orchard Lawn and Garden I rult and ornamental trees shtnbs ioses vines small fruits rhntmrh asiuimjiis and all other stock urjmii In nurseries lrlces reasonable as we employ no agents Descriptive catalOKiio on 11 F lllLLKNMhYKit imnlicatluii to 1 eUiitinno 70 Lexington Ky Oct IUm imikrort Ky 20000 bolts wall paper nt 4c and upward Agent for Deoring mowors and binders Oliver The colored elite of tho city is plows Studobakor wagons bug aroused over a fashlonablo and Inter Main street and esting entertainment to bo Riven at giH stoves St Hair streot tho St Johns A M K Church M A Collins Jan 29 1 v Tuesday evening October 25 Â¬ BO YEARS EXPERIENCE IjjjjTjra wwffl ling n sketch and description our opinion froo whether tin mntdy imtontutilo Communion tlous strictly eontldontlnl Hniutbookon 1ntenta lent free Oldest tiuuucy fur Bccurintr jmteut Putonta tuken throutrh Munu t Co recelva tptclal notice without cluirao In tho Madam Jonas it Is said is the leading singer of her race in Amer CU1I ica and has a rich and rave voice Mil if Â¬ nnrl TIT turn All DrugclBts it Hownf Chemists N oc and i Y Sho is classical and a trained and cultivated Fongster She will bo supported by some of the best local WoolYerourltire tmw and pi mini mills at the talent and there is every reason to withfoot oMVnrtu street South bide tuthui tho lot upon which the hullilliitjH Miami im bellovo that as the affair is for tho suleiit a baruulii The loc Ilii Ik a iMUmllil one fur n ilUtlllery or benellt of the church tho seating ca niamiiumiiliiiebtiUllahimmtr anyklMl UUMUANA MUJL pacity will bo inadequate Oct 1160 1m Fmtikfurt Ky FOR SALE riittiumi Wilbur quiAw m Invention AMTtffl faITT T CU Trade Marks Designs c Copyriqhts may Wile leal Floor Scientific American liniulsomoly lUuitrntotl wookly I nrest dr Toriim J u dilution of nny Hctontitl tmmml your four mouths fl Bold by ull nowaileulerH A Ono trial of Miles WHOLE WHEAT FLOUH will onuviuuo yon that it innkoa tho moat dolioious as well as the niOHfc wliolosomu broad Als j our grouor for it a Â¬ Mi wUNNCo30Dda New WffSlduKton llranch Olllco Gtt F Ht York 1 C tf MILES SON J 4 - RfranaafeoDt rr7rTryTwwwJWWWSSWWWWrv 4 w me FimtfBit Entered nt tha tnstoMce at Frnnkfort Kentucky as suuonil clnss mailable matter mMJmi vmllfjutjwTiTaCT I HAVE BARGAINS FOR THE PUBLIC -- UST Sherwin Paints Williams Mixed Lead Oils Hunting Goods GEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Pub u i j Jam OCTOBER 22 1898 Hardware Lime Plaster Glass Harness Coment Another Sea Horror The British vessel the Blengfell burner off Margate on Monday morning and fifteen persons per ished in the panic These included the Captain his wife and crew The vessel waa loaded with naptha and it is supposed that an explosion caused the conflngation The vessel burned so rapidly that although a tug was along side and life boats went to the rescue but few were saved Still Further Larruping Needing Â¬ Iron Spokes Wagons Steel Roofing Doors Leather Cartridges Plaster Hair Brushes Wheels Wire Fencing Whips Tin Crockery Ware Pumps Threshers f Rims Agents for Favorite Furnaces Peerless Engines Sash Belting Guns Wall Paper c MA M TvkZSZSSZS 6ZjGjGuZjj2 Very Touchy 3aianL amd ZfafcAkJ5L7Jj COLLINS St Olstir Streets L B Jl more and more evident every day that Spain will have to be larruped still further be fore she comes to a realizing sense of her true condition Herauthorities seem to have for- Â¬ gotten that she sued for peace that that the terms of peace were laid down broad and deep in theproto- col which they agreed to and that all that she can do in the premises is to abide by the terms therein stated Which as every one knows was for the immediate evacuation of Cuba and Porto Kico and then to answer to any other terms that might be agrceJ upon so far as the Philinines are concerned In only the single instanceof Porto llico has Spain shown any disposi- Â¬ tion to comply with her solemn promises as contained in the protois becoming Â¬ It can be successfully taught by object lessons He also believes that the district meetings should be made better by discussing subjects of more general interest to the public than My Method of Teaching merely Arithmetic or Geography col Therefore it becomes our duty as a nation to stand stiff and straight for the literal compliance of Spain with all the conditions and then if Spain still dalliesdelaysand disputes call her to time at the muzzle of our Willi 13 inch Spanish convincers Deweys men to man them The time for trifling with her effete no tions has passed La Fayette Day I i j Wednesday tl e 19th of October was appropriately celebrated in hon- Â¬ or of La Fayette in the city schools The rooms were decorated with flags nt liiintSno- wliilr flip PVPrfISPS nf mrnnriitn In tlP ln nhllrlron Wr occasion consisting of patriotic songs historical readings and lesons from the life of the distinguished French patriot who tigured so unflinchingly in the struggle of the colonies for liberty The High School and grades seven and eight held a joint entertainment in the chapel The room was pro- Â¬ fusely decorated with flags and over the center of the platform the tri color of France was entwined around The exer- Â¬ the stars and stripes cises were quite enjoyable at the close of which Mrs Jennie C Morton and Dr U V Williams were called unon and responded with remarks Efihely and appropriate Dr Wil liams address is given in full else- Â¬ Ed Roundabout where Several other visitors were present The penny collection amounted to 1184 The colored school also held exercises in honor of the day Proceedings of District Teachers Meet- Â¬ ing The Spanish authorities in Havai a are arresting correspondents of news- Â¬ CASH QUOTATION papers and others who are found 230 Best Patent Flour per hundred way the ROYAL taking photographs of the 220 2nd Patent Flour per hundred poor of that city are appearing and QUEEN 210 Family Flour per hundred Superintendent Miss Lucy Pattie situated They have very suddenly DAISY Low Grade Flour per hundred 200 a paper from Stale Superintend- Â¬ become touchy about the opinion of FANCY read CO ent Dividson on observing Oct 19th the outside woild upon the conditien Corn Men per bushel 50 Corn per bushel as La Fayette Day and making an of things in Ilavanna and Cuba 70 offering for the puipose of erecting a Shinstuff per 100 lbs Custom grindinj Wheat ana Corn a specialty monument to the memory of the Tl18 KinJ You HavB AlwafS BBM Bears tie lover of Ameiican independence Heio the cxeicisos were varied by an0urning for dinner which was The Usual Result bountifully spread and enjoyed by tut nii This hour was made more feas As early as it is in the football ant bv the delightful climate and gn7y7y season the papers have nheady view which Lebanon affords Mines Maggie Johnson Nannie given the names of quite a number Baker and Pearl Moore placd the of men who have been killed in the 1 association under obligations for ex- Â¬ games and a stiil larger number who have been seiiously injured cellent iccitations Query Is the game worth the sac Â¬ Offer The subject of Language was rifice introduced by Miss Agnes Brawner Yards have been enlarged re built re arranged lb is the nearest point to eastern markets in such a way as to convince all of On account of the 20th Fall Meet BEST PISTRIBUTION POINT EAST OF CHICAGO its importance in the curriculum of ing of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association at Lexington our common schools For Baltimore Washington Philadelphia and New York markets Good buyers for export cattle and other stock always in attendance Miss Nattie Olberman read an October 4th to loth 1898 round trip Commission Arms give prompt attention to consignments sola irom esay on Woman as an Educator ticKets win oeRailway in all stations O M ALiiiJiiiiTUN dKiuperiut--nden- t on Southern Sept 10 3ra Kentucky declared her to be in the front at the rate of one fare for the round She trip tickets on sain daily from Octo- Â¬ rank ber 2d to loth good to return Octo- Â¬ Miss Prudetice Brawner gracefully ber 17th 1898 defended the Much Abused Trus- Â¬ The meeting at Lexington is the tees We are sure all of her trus- Â¬ most celebrated meeting in the world for harness horses and all the tees are model ones trotters and pacers was taken up by crack75010 in stakes and will contest Geography purees for Miss Lizzie Halm and discussed by For information call on nearest ticket agent Southern Railway or Mr Ira Green and others Mr W E Thompson added much Wm H Tayloe A G P A Louis The ville Ky to the OCTOSion by 11 talk On Sale vjroiiurai x ruiuipus wi juul uuuii Needle Work Guild of America He gave a description of the old fashioned teacher and timely sug- Â¬ The time for the annual meeting gestions us to what the present of the Needlework Guild is fast ap teacher should be All expressed themselves as well proaching and the members are re Â¬ pleased and reluctantly said good quested to have their garments ready We know that thesimple announce- Â¬ bye when the exerci es closed ment is all that is necessary The L D Stuckeh Secretary exact time of the meeting will be an- Â¬ LYON JfeHBALY nounced at an early date ROYHL MILLS Weisenburgh Frankfort Ron OASTORIA Proprietor ky fyrcrrrrrTnyryr Pittsburg Centra Stock Yards Superior Advantages to Shippers M Pimm nl 0 ill Biiitiii 1 Retired from Business of the mmWEMmM Â¬ Mrs Cordelia Busir Millions Given Away When death has laid ita cold and relentless hand upon a Kind Â¬ President HMllin PflMte rrfft Til Saturday Oct 15th 1898 the teachers of the Bald Knob Magiste rial District met at Lebanon Baptist Church and were called to order by the Vice President Alter singing Rev L D Stacker 8d read for the scripture lesson chapter of Provei bs 10 20 and ollered prayer Devotional exercises were closed by singing that stirring hymn On Â¬ Go Work To day KTt i N- - Mr Ira Green then doliverol the welcome address in his usual happy and pleasing way and made ail uel welcome indeed to the bounties of the Lubanon people nEADAOIIBcurodln20 minutes by Dr Miles Jfor the last nine yenrs writes William Pain Fills Ono coat a doso AtdrugglsU In a neat and modest way Miss Miller Uiq of 651 Mulberry Street Heading Agnes Brawner expressed tho appio la I have been cry poor in health I buf Wanted fered with n running orc leg I tried many clation of tho teachers In reply kinds of different medicines and doctors with ROUNDABOUT bottles Then I gave a noted out rtllefDiscovery used three say ofI Golden Mhs JSvu Cain then Medloal nud can that am enA white man to tnkouhnrgo of tirely cured I can now do as good a dayn work gardeiiH reading which was enjoyed by all I havo a full and oomplolo description of tho Lyon Potter Stock Send for it and cows on the shares as the next man Any instrument in this Btook will bo plaood in your homo on Uiol and if not aatla Mr Van I man Moore told tho UiifailablcDr PicrceB Pleasant Pellets Board and rooms furnished fi tr faoiory will bo removod at my oxpouso Mits Wm B Hodman teachers that the multiplication table for constipation and biliousness i husband the cannot be for ask blamed ing herself If all her years of devotion and work and helpfulness were worth the while when it comes so soon to this tragic end If men would only take the most common sense precautions against the encroachments of ill health there would be fewer houses of mourning and fewer women left alone almost helpless before the battle of life is half over A mans liver and stdmach are twin machines that work together either to make or unmake If they work wrong they deplete and poison his blood Impure and impover ished blood mean sickness and death If they work right they purify and enrich me uioou a man wuosc uioou is ncu unu pure and whose liver is active cannot well be unhealthy Headaches biliousness indigestion and cobtiveness which men generally disregard arc Natures warnings that the twin mechanism stomach and liver is working against instead of for him Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the best medicine to use under these circumstances It creates appetite corrects nil disorders of the digestion invigor and fills the arteries with ates the liver rich red healthy blood As an invigorat- ing restorative tonic it is far superior to all the malt extracts It is the great blood maker and flesh builder It does not build sickly flabby fat as cod liver oil does buU the firm muscular tissues of health wife Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and loving public to know of one concern in tho land who are not afraid to be gener- Â¬ ous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma and all Hoarseness Bronchitis diseases of the throat chest and lungs are hurely cured by it Call on J W Gayle Druggist and get a Regular size 50c trial bottle free Every andlrefunded bottle guaranteed3or price It is certainly gratifying to the Of Extreme Interest to Piano Purchasers Mihs whole wheat flour is not nnlv health LMvimr hut is more tf niltilvln tlmn iilitn flulti A Little Better Wo are glad to say that the yellow fever situation in the Southern States Now is assuming a better shape that cooler weather has reached that section tho cases are somewhat fewer and it is hoped that the vyorst is over Wo sincerely hope this may prove true CO were LYON POTTER for Western Repretientiitivos Sons for eiht J enrn Sieinway which fact explains tho hih character of their piano etock Lyon fc Honly of MiioHgOjIll who are tho largest dealers in mnxioHl itflrumeuta in the world bought the Lyon Potlor Con Btook consisting of hun dred of pinnoH nt a fraction of their coft These piauos occupy four full floors in tho Lyon Pot ter immenflu musio store The new Bteinwny upright imd baby grands and othor high grade instruments nre offered nt from 100 to SfllOO less thnn currout At thin special Rule I am valuoft now making in Frankfort for a few da j s I will sell you new Up- Â¬ right Piauos your uoighborn havo just paid 100 for 300 thoso they paid 300 for 200 200 Pinnm for 123 150 10 Pianos Pianos for 100 100 Pinnos for 7r 7fi Puuio t tor ffiO 60 for 15 for 25 Now 100 Organ Tor 75 new 90 Organs fir 70 new 85 Orgnns for 05 new 80 Organs for 00 new 75 Organs for 50 btrioily high grado orgium Urat A guarnuteo will bo 15 Now 70 Organa for oIiihh iiiHtruniouts in every rospeot given with every now Piano or Organ fluoh m any hnnk in your county will approve Kemombtr the above low prices can only bo hud for a short time ns my stay in Frankfort ia limitod Old Pianos and Orgaua taken in trado for now Pianos Call on Iloura from G to 9 rao or drop me a lino for illustrated catalogues sout free Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S B KIRTLBY Care of Factory Agent Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ itr rLnnuinnnnnnrinnjmrumririnnnm Examine Our Rings II Compare Our Prices JMote the Many Jeriect uetails and Designs l Lwr1 m mmrmn mgm a i TTTTTlNr k You will have served your interest This ad will have fulfilled its mission If you want a ring we shall sell it to you Efl For we are now showing all the new things in Ladies and Gents Rings for the fall and holidays including many now things in Diamond Rings JVII uvijxnnnn uuxrinnnjxf Philipine Letter A innnnnrLTU innjxruuxm SiRST T3J2iJbglIly Jtiej ajetzk modest in i sr Jeweler nnnnnannnnnnnnnanannnonn EaunoacquacaQacacuQucaca on tin Ed r i y s AVe give below a letter from our younp friend Sergeant Ira S Shy Co B 18th U S Regulars which Philipine Stution is postmarked indicating that San Francisco Cnl Manila is a substation of the San Francisco postofllce We are glad to publish this letter from our friend Kv mlf 1 h From Benjamin Franklin J Aug 30 1898 When you are sick what you Lieut Cof G M Bailey Command- like best is to be chosen for a medi Â¬ ing 18lh Infantry place what exper- Â¬ Sir On the eve of my departure cine in the first best to be chosen in ience tells you is I desire to express to you and your the second place what reason i e regiment my appreciation of the way Theory says is best is Jo be in which 1 have been supported by the last place But if you all the troops of my command the chosen inDr Inclination Dr Experi can get cheerful fortitude with which all the ence and Dr Reason to hold a con- Â¬ officers and soldiers of the Eighth present enduring the hard- Â¬ sultation together they will give Corps ship of the campaign and their gal you the best advice that can be Manila P I lantry in action is a matter of pride taken Sept 7 1878 When you have a bad to me and I thank your regimeEt Inclination would recommend cold Dr Â¬ Cham Mr Geo A Lewis Frankfort Ky and yourself for your most valuable berlains Cough Itemed y because it Very respectfully services to take Dr Ex- Â¬ is pleasant and sale Dear Sir Thinking that the W Meruit Signed perience would recommend it because people of Frankfort would like to Major General U S Army thp nrmv is dninc in the it never ails to effect a speedy and Irnnw wluit - Headquarters Brigade 2d j permanent cure Dr Reason would 2d Philipine Islands I enclose hererecommend it because it is prepared Division 8tii Armv Corps with an official copy of letter and on scientific principles and acts on Callo Gral de Salano 16 order published on the eve of Gen natures plan in relieving the lungs August 29 1898 Merrits departure for Paris where opening the secretions and restoring he goes as representative of the GENERAL ORDERS NO 14 the system to a natural and healthy Septem- Â¬ iom mis ion that meets In compliance with orders from condition For sale by J W Gayle ber 15 1898 to decide upon the dis- Â¬ the War Denatment the under- position of these Islands hereby Whew It is believed among the troops signed hrifmtlG relinquishes command In ttikincr leave of that the volunteer forces will soon of the troops who manned the trenches return to the States but that the the Monday while the ram was pour in front of the Spanish defenses and regulars the 18th U S Infantry-will We are who led the advance into Manila ing down here there was a big fall of be here for some time quartered in barracks formerly occu- Â¬ the undersigned desires to tnanic- the beautiful at Kansas City St pied by the Spaniards and enjoying them for the hearty and uncomplain- Joe and other points in the far west notwithstanding jthe ing response which they made to ood health many discomforts one is compelled every demand upon them and to The precipitation amounted to from to put up with namely mosquitoes express his appreciation of the high- three to four inches and great soldierly qualities which they dis- damage was done to telegraph and Yours truly heat e S Shy lines The mercury Ira tack and in maintaining order in telephone dropped down below freezing Manila since the occupation 01 The difficulties or climate ground and of food to which wo How to Prevent Croup were sublected have never been sur passed in any work which American two soldiers have been called upon to Jfecthveattacks children who areWhenof croup to ir rxv fmn tuooia twaro forced to remain quiet under a con- - ever an attack is coming on my wife stant and deadly lire from the enemy gves them Chaiflberlams Cough until the plans for a joint land and Remedy and it a ways prevents the It is naval attack could be perfected attack county a household necessity and no matter what this These difficulties were met in a spirit else we run out of it would not do to not only free from complaint but K wiuiuut iiiiiiiiwriuiii a yiiuBn We have n onriHroiiR onthua nam here our reward in the cantnre of this Bemedy More of it is sold com- Â¬ If it was only health we fortilied city with slight loss You than any other cough medicines might let it cling thus forever associated your pames bined J M Nickle of Nickle One cold But it is a cough merchants Nickleville Pa with one of the most important Bros off before no sooner passes ovents in American history and have For sale by J W Gayle But its the comes another won the gratitude and esteem of all same old cough all the time your countrymen Another Wreck And its the same old story Signed F V Uhbene too There is first the cold Brig General Commanding then the cough then pneu- Â¬ The papers of Saturday and Sun Â¬ monia or consumption with the Official day were filled with accounts of the long sickness and life trembG W Martin ling in the balance First Lieut and Acting Adjutant wreck of the Steamship Mohegan 18th Infantry A largo off the coast of Cornwall number of lives were lost and much Thanks snffering occasioned The vessel ran ashore upon the rocks and was dash- Â¬ We are under obligations to Lieut ed to pieces Hugh Rodman U S S Raleigh for a copy of The Armerican Soldier DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has a newspaper published at Manila the largest sale of any salve in the Puilipino Islands of date Sept 10 world This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to 1808 counterfeit it Look out for the man With the usual push and energy of who attempts to deceive you when Smith you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Mr Geo A Americans backed by others has established Salve the great pllo cure Tyler 49 this publication in this far away Hemphill colony of the United States It has a Dr Miles Norvo Piasters for Rheumatism loosens the grasp of your cough fair share of advertisements for so The congestion of the throat Lost Wo wish it every Inyoung a p ipor all and lungs is removed Office of the Military Go v ernou and Headquarters Department of the Pacific Three Doctors in Consultation rgoannnncnnnnanananannDanann QacacncaaacauiJCLiQaDaEucaEjaca aa aa aa a aa OS ca aa 123 no nri 3d Manila P I Â¬ The Time - Has Arrived t ti rff mr m ca na on a Â¬ ca a ca CO ca go aa no Ba To prepare for Fall and we are equal to the occasion g3 adhering to our long eslablished principle of j Eg uui1 i aa ca ua oa aa ioh t - vv rain wwwvr tTr - - T rTTr k n You will find our stock complete in all lines Everyday is Bargain Day during this season na ca ca aa Ed ca BO a ca na DEI i ca ua Ed ca Ed DRY GOODS We always name the lowest prices Our assortment of S3 gg Dress Goods Ladies and Childrens Jackets and Capes is gjjj ea gg the grandest ever shown at the low prices ca 11 BLANKETS i i Â¬ Canton Flan- - Eli oa Flannel and Woolen Goods in all quality ca jaa nels and Domestics in lower prices than any house aa na DS ca SHOES aa ca a aa We have ever made footwear a leading feature of our g gg on stock and this season is no exception oa In fact we have a sa ca Ladies Custom made genuine Donna gola Shoe at 150 which is unpar- nn allelled in value and our Calf ia g Line of Mens Shoes at 2 is the ea Our line of SH best ever offered mVvfB na heavy ever day wear is complete aa AdwkrP aa You should see our Ladies Kan ca garoo Calf Shoes ca on ca na Boots In All Scyles ca en ua Lowest and highest quality El ca nn aa Whenever you buy a Suit or a 58 na Overcoat from us you know it is all right This season you can get oa and nicely trimmed vHH a U well made ca tcHwI O ga Clothing less than ever Have you - oa o Wm oa ea over worn Dutchess Trousers Try fMftffl- aa a pair We give a warranty with a every pair No rips no falling Wt En 93 buttons Vr aa Bt na ca a an ca iu nn aa pi ca aa ua ESTABLISHED 1877 na aa tnrj ca cacnnnnnnnrjannRflnnnancn ennnnnnnnnnaoannnnnnennnna Â¬ ca ca a TSiT liSiI X ca QaaayaBaaaaaaaQaQaaaQEjuia DLITIS J EjaQaaaQaaaeaDaaaQaaaaaiaacia J L Rodman Son Â¬ the flammation Is subdued parts are put perfectly at rest and the cough drops away It has no diseased tissues on which to hang success Df Ayers of the A gold hair pin from the corner of We desire also to return our thanks Lieut Main and Washington or from Me to our thoughtful friend Chiles to the postofneo If found Rodman for thus remembering us please return to 203 Main street and receive reward Plug Tobacco Combine Goes to Pieces 8 2t Tho long talked of combine of tho plug tobacco manufacturers which it was thought would control tho output of tho country has gone to pieces It was all smooth sailing at first and everything looked propitious for the combine until Monday when It developed that certain large corpora Â¬ tions had refused to comply with tho terms and then this house of cards went to pieces tho lhB Kind ou THE SLOWEST PEICES EVER NAMED -- Cherry Pectoral Plaster draws out inflammation lungs AUvIca intuit llemombor vo lmvo a Medical Depart It you lmvo any complaint what ever ami deairo mo uusi inuuicui ailvlco vnu can nosilliiy outiiiu wrua iuu You will rocolvo doctor frcoly prompt without cost XildreM OU J O AY EH LowuII Fraa iiats Shorbort at St per gallon or 30 cents a quart at Ahlor Klavons St Clair 5 tf street 1 4 cents Hoosier yard wide Brown Cotton 11 cents Brown Sheeting OASTOXIXA m Bean G ooodyardWide Bleached Cotton 3 1 2 cents 5 1 2 cents Best Lonsdale Bleached Cotton CHEAP ICES 3 1 2 cents Canton Flannel Tho best Ico Oromn ami The Very Best Indigo Blue Calicos 3 1 2 cents 9-4 Affays Bou2hl -- ALL COODS CHEAP Sopt 24 lm t jf I b B m- TOHNSONXHOGB 3XX ILgAJIIV 1 Ml jgJFSEET Skirts Dress Goods 100 ynrd for 48 in Venitian 100 yard for 4S in Baskets 89c yard for 48 in Drap Doto 50c vard for 38 in Oropon 100 yard for 42 in Crepon 50c yard for 40 in All Wool Suitings worth 65c 50c yard for All Wool Plaids 65c i Cotton Goods 5c Peerless Silk and Satin Cloaks gives your Hare Waists and bUltS X jsE 3B ynd i for GrcGn Ticket Lonsdale Makes you look V -e Cotton 10 yards only to each pur- - He chaser IHT W w - o - f W nn I tj rnn vwvw - drJs skirt the fashionable urn Mm - m v nmmta 0 Wt w worth yards nly t0 ench Prohn3c- yard Besfc Blue Gnllco 3 sPools Best Cottou fo1 0cRemnants Best Porculs 5c yard i i Knox Hats iiiiinia iiiur ronnnrnn in- - 376 up Childrens Cloaks 150 up Ladies Suits 860 up Ladies Silk Waists perfect fitting and well made Call and seo them Ladies Cloaks iHf 9r r c ME w nriminnr wri in in x Ascension Episcopal Onmicn Rev R L McO ready rector Mr Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 430 JW pm am Sunday school in the chapel at 945 Services Wednesday afternoon at 430 in the chapel All seats free and everyone cordially welcome Â¬ Baptist Church Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples Society will meet at 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 730 Olass in Sacred Literature will meet immediately after the prayer meet Vited inc Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 i a m special Classes ior young mentn11 io5OD n o rOnooonf cmni Seats free and all are cordially in was spent by all r The full work of the Y M 0 A wnf fairly inaugurated on Thursday evening of last week at which time the first social gathering of the Beasou was held There was an excellent attendance of young men and lady including the members ot mends the Ladies Committee whose pres ence and help is so indispensable on all such occasions Delightful music was provided by Mr Harris and the members of his orchestra and also by other good friends as follows Vocal Solo Miss Maud Whitehead Piano Duett Misses Maud and Hallie Talialerro Quartette Selected Messrs Bull Bridges Kenney and Jones Every number on the program was evidently appreciated and the Misses Taliaferro who appeared for the first time before an audience in tho local Association rooms were heartily en- Â¬ Following the music the cored guests adjourned to the gymnasium where relreshments were served by Â¬ Auenuon Ls kAA r called to tho ad of Suith offering some desirable prop erty for sile Tin properly will MrsSiral Â¬ make u good ine tui m and will be sold so as to make it p oiihihle are bad onuition Tonic blood puiilier and ermifnge They are not food but medicino nnd the best in use to put a horce in piimo condition Price 25 cents per packnge For r by J W Gavlc and LeCosnpte Gayle Co Gov Bradley ir CauyR Condition Im tiers ibb what a horse needs when in Stock Now Readv M 11 ttB Entertains imVr l phries Eliiah Christian Church Rev George Darsie the pastor having returned from Ohattanootra will preach at 11 n m and 730 p m What I said Morninc subject heard and learned at our great Na tional Convention The Paramount Eveninc subiect Urgency of Home Missions being the address he delivered at Chattanooga Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 in the chapel Leader Miss Mima HumÂ¬ Â¬ ToDic Lessons From the Life of at 730 Prayer meeting Wednesday night Victories of Faith Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 330 oclock Sunday school meets at 930 Topic The gymnasium class for young men was organized this week and will hold regular sessions on Tuesdays and Fridays at 8 pm A special class for business and professional men will be conducted on the same days at 430 p m and the Juniors will have their exercise on Wednesday afternoons and Saturday morn- Â¬ ings The popular game of basket ball will be played in connection with tho class drills and also by tho teams on Monday and Thursday evenings The Mens Rally will be held in tho Y M O A gymnasium Sunday at 330 p m Mr Frank Ohinn will speak and a vocal solo will be ren dered bv Mr J M VanDerveer All men cordially invited Â¬ Â¬ t To day Gov Bradley will enter tain the Major Ocnfrals Brigadier Generals and their repctive staffs from Gimp Hamilton at dinner If the weather permits the distn gaished gentlemen will be taken to al the points of interest about tl e city You invite disappointment when you experement DeWitts Little Early Risers are pleasant easy thorough little pilK They en re consti- Â¬ pation and sick headache jut as sure as you take them Tyler Crutcher Ladies Shoes 0 Cos I jMjK See the new last 125 Hemphill 49 150 200 250 up to 400 300 Change of Quarters The Blue Grass Grocery Co have removed to the Duvall Block op- Court Frsh goods fiosite prices house 4tf Postal Swindle ALL THE LATEST - i fa For Sale jtLSLuS 75c comedto all these services and pecially strangers in the city The public will be cordially wel es- Â¬ A large anthracite stove suitable Postofiice inspectors have just un- Â¬ for heating a hall As good as new earthed a big scheme by which the Terms very low Apply to postofiice department was being swindled down in Georgii Biicks tin boxes etc weie being shipped through the mails to fictitious parties Crops Damaged in order to increase the receipts of local postofllces and mail carriers By reason of the continuous rains The ring leaders have been arrested of tho last few weeks we learn that the crops of corn and tobacco in Trimble county and several other counties contiguous thereto have rias saved many a A good Speedily cures Group Utel k been very much damaged and deal of the corn is molding in the whooping cough It is safe shock and on stalk and the tobacco and sure Mothers can al Ut rely on is molding in Ihe barns This is sad waysit Dosesit are small Price 25 cents like news for many 8 2t J 100 150 500 200 up tt ft vices to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 am Vespers at 730 p m Uatholio Church The usual ser Â¬ Walter C Scott All the Newest Shapes and Colors t i t will and 730 p m pastor Rev Presbyterian First McOlusky Blaynoy Church D D the J preach at 11 a m and Sunday sohool at 945 a m Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 p m in Sunday school room Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Â¬ ing at 730 Taliaferro the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth Leacuo convenes at 615 p m in the ladies parlor Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ ing at 730 p m Official Board meets Tuesday even ing The public cordially invited to at Â¬ tend Â¬ Dr Bulls wOtlKn ny Shoes See the igllMRIELLn a Mens new last n Methodist Church Rev T F 49 All KH v uul m fn f fin Vvv bi A stubborn rough or tickling in the throat yields lo One Minute Cough TIaimless in effect touches Cure the right spot reliable and just what is wanted It acts at once Tyler the NEW SHAP S Ready Hemphill 40 For Sale A Kurtzmann Piano S 1UTHHRN Presbyterian Church Apply to J Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will condition 7 in preach nt 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a in Young PooplosSooletv of Christian EndeaVor moots at 045 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday oven ing at 730 To all these meetings the public is cordially invitod 1 In perfect O Mastin BEST TRAINS TO ggj Black Hills VIA Our Glothing Stock for Men Boys and Children ilia largest and fnntl somesf we have over slown Bulbs Kansas City Montana Colorado D O Pacific Coast Nebraska vm c a notes fcTv last was observed as Soldiers Day by tho local Associa- Â¬ tion the program for tho Mens Rally being arranged accordingly with special reference to tho giand work accomplished umong the sol Â¬ diers by tho Army Christian Com Â¬ mission of the International and Pat Stato Y M 0 A Committees riotic hymns woro Bung tho MIshph Maud and Hallie Taliaferro sang to gether vary sweetly and an inspiring addroes on Tho Model Soldier was given by Rev floo Dursio whoso earnest massage leic a daop impres sion upon the mind and hearts of thoo probont Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sunday For Autumn planting to bloom in your window garden during tho Winter or for your lower bqds in tho Hyacinth Tulip Cro Spring cus Jonquil Narcissus Ohinoso Sacied Lily and of any other vaiiety S desired Â¬ Utah Washington Omaha St Paul J Crutcher Co C MASTIN IDEJuA f IjE I3iT- - Parming Implements Wagons Vehicles Harness St Louis or Chicago VgSTIBULED TRAINS GARS c For Salo at SLEEPERS V DINING AvoriLd Drug Store Main St Opposito Oltv Hull M CHAIR GARS MVl LOUIS MO Agont for Champion BlnderB Reapors aiul Mowors Old Iliokory Wagons Columbus Buggy Co Bugglos Hay Ralcos Oultlvatorij DIso Harrows Maohino and Harnosa Oils Sue My Goods and- - RUGQ TfJAV PA8aR AQENTaf LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT QCNL MOR QT LOUIS MO LWWAKELEYOENLPA88nAQTlST Trj My Prices Before doiii Elsewhere BaBaBbi pomi1 WW l M m0 ffpl MONEY TO BORN Anthracite Stove that every load of coal you use in it is costing you a 5 bill more than that you could use in the Radiant Home Air Blast and get greater heat out of it greater satisfaction from beginning to end combined with an economy and durability that is unapproached in any other stove and never before at tained Â¬ Â¬ If you have it go on using your M iiiS3SHBBS3lWi The Colonial Society JOHN T BUCKLEY soijE -A- wCS-iEisrx1 wHtJ JlTffjSi iinjHJ J MPrw WJl S5BajBa sU AT The Colonial Daughters met on Thursday at the residence of Mfea COMMISSIONERS SALE Sallie Jackson Letters and papers pertaining to the work of the society We have this fall the most complete line of heavy shoes we haye FBANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT were read and discussed Shameful ever shown It is not necessary to add that you will W L Pence 1 news- Â¬ Paragraphs were read from a vs not find elsewhere as good a line at as O II Reynolds Ac paper of 1811 Descriptions of Florida und Consoldate J cases equity A certain Mississippi U S Senator cheap prices a in it when Ponce De Leon P C Sower Co Â¬ vs navigator from Sullivan by name has disgraced him- 0 II RET2OLDS Lc famous Spanish assault upon the By virtue of the Julgment rendnred In the Porto Bico some time after the self by making an motives and character of gallant Gen above cause nt September Term lb93 I will sell Spaniards had possession of the nt publ c sale to the highest tin J best bidder ou island discovered Florida or the Joe Wheeler ladies genuine Kangaroo calf in lace or button coin or com reputation is too Fountain of Yonth The country Gen Wheelers honor and bravery At tho Courthouse door In th city of Fr inkfort monsense toe Protect the feet from mud and cold and are Kentuck between the hours of Id oclock n m was peopled with savages nor did he well known for as soft as kid M 3 oclocit p m to be hurt by any such a crawling months in euuul ou a credit of li a il 18 In tillments the following at that time make any settlement is Sullivan or so much SMry viper as It was only at St Augutine and nt anyway Sullivan Whosome cross- property 8249 6J In thereof us may be nee Interto raise the amount of the debt Probably est and tost her to wit Pensacola that they formed what u stone qu Beginning whipper snapper unknown a tersection orat lllli and irry at thejuorthenst In In Wilkerson strecti could be properly called settlements roads mans plow shoe that will wear equal to those you usually Fruikfort Ky thence wltn the east line of hundred miles from home inWilker on street 351 Teet more or les to the about 169G which have since pay 150 for east due of Lou Fowlers lot thence e isiwardly For Rent creased and ut the hill with her line 100 feet thence nearly at right angles southwardly 51 feet more an interesting review of the Also or less to a point in the north lino of II II stroot 100 fet t from the famous opinion of Judge Davidge in Front room on Wapping street street thence westw lntrecti n with Wilkerson irdij with Hill hreet 10 J feet Apply to case of Harry Innis v H Mar- Â¬ furnished the to the oeglnnliu But tin vom ihsioner Is di brogan made Hard to wear them out Mrs H H Watson rected to solUill propert In lots niiild otf on The best shall and other extracts were read the map tiled with his report or division eleven 8 tf lots In all all of hlch front on Wilkerson street The work of this noted society has and run back 100 feet excr pt No 7 is not it been especially devoted to the inter- Â¬ Our little boy was afflicted with so wide at the reiras the otherthlotslot the othtrs nil ots fol street his knee nnrt est of Frankfort and now it embraces rheumatism inhis foot toand at times being s widths No 1front on saidNo 2 tli feet HO 20ft fret the floor lowJn 2 NO No teet mans extra high cut shoes that is a genuine bargain at the the State at large Whatever per- Â¬ unable to put vain everything we 6 338feet foot No 4No2JH No 8 No 5 9 HONofotM and 4 inches Wo tried in 7 0 No tains to the advancement of the one could hear of that we thought would No ll e ich front 34 13 feet price snfflclflnt Puichaser to with good and the uplift of the other will en- Â¬ help him We almost gave up in sure y bearhu give bondfrom date and hue he to Interest us force and effect of a rplev n bond A Hen will gage their intelligent help Having despair when some one advised Chamberlains Pain Balm be reserved on tin property sold uutlll all the so far succeeded in all that they have to try so and the first bottle gave purchase money Is paid W H POSE 7 We did The best boot ever sold for the price undertaken with unbroken faith in us so much relief that we got a secMaster commissioner United We ond one and to our surprise it cured Oct 22 3t State the motto of the T Bays c they have proceeded him sound and well J Neodesha Stand of work for the be- Â¬ Pastor Christian Church Gayle along those lines Kan For sale by J W hoof of the Capital and the State and A kip boot that will keep soft all winter and is as near water- Â¬ so cleared the way for securing better Notice CITY REAL ESTATE proof as leather can be made things for both in the future Come and see our Klondiko Bals made especially for the mud Kentucky needs the assistance of The members of Y M I are re- Â¬ Idedrtisell rt ollovltural-pnio-ther own D A Ks and C Ds and quested to meet at their hull Sunday uated In Ir mkf the and belonging to the es sit ate tho late hainnel South will hearten the peo afternoon at 2 oclock Business of ofAn undivided 19 35 interest in the three sory S A Rs It brick wirehousablockon Hrnadw ay neai L iN ple to see these patriotic societies importance depot Two two storj frame resdoncfs on Illch meet make straight the pathways at home Home Again between CI nton and Miro streets and build elegant halls and temples house on Clinton One tw tory tenement street ne irh opposite Coloro B iitlst Ihu vli upon their own soil for the housing Two two sory and aone t ry teneme t houo Mr Ben F Meek and wife who on Mero street and Elk Alle of their historic treasures Kentuck A thU property is In ijoolrapilr unlyMUn have long enough pursued the for so many long years lived in this good rents ians city afterwards moving to Louis- Â¬ Terms t suit purcmsr win rurimn iiirtner over generous trend of society that information upon appllc itlon For Rent will MrtS SAM SOUTH of contributiug money to every pur Â¬ ville have returned andfuture make Administratrix some their home hero in the 8 2m 4f i fa Tib tJt tb bb pose away from home and That desirable two story brick res 1 4r tb tb tb Mr Meek is known all over the they leave the roofs leaking ft 4 tb Tb tb tb tb tb tb tb b times idence No 809 Kentucky Avenue Â¬ West Side known as the Lewis M b tb tb b b b b b tb tb tb and the floors bare that gave their country as one of the best watch and also as the DL B GOIOTIH property Terms low Apply to childhood shelter and a place of rest makers of his time JBLewis Such things must not bo said of maker of the Meek Reel l Â¬ ftbrbtj Of No 544 Fourth Aenm Louis RouNDAnoiTTofHce J patriots and philanthropists In the This aged couple are still hale and Kv will bo nt the Caoitnl ville fcC ttfe rbtbtbrib Ky scripture they mut hnnrrv Mr Meek beimr 82 years of Hotel Frnnkfort language of aje first look well to their own hous Their many friends will rejoice to Tuesday and Wednesday Nov 8 9 See that their altars and holds Returning once each mouth Eyis temples are suitably adorned and have them back They will reside iW fxnmttcd and glasses poientinonlly and embrace all the with their daughter Mrs itfehard ornamented xtbTjb 8 ly adjusted re- - Church requirements of buildings which fleet the wealth and culture of the people The influence flowing out from such sound home honoring policy can not fail to bring to its people the respect and admiration of the world HOUSES AND LOTS WORK SHOES 150 125 150 ITovenibsr 7 1898 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J 3S JS I 2 GO 2G0 Â¬ i FOE SALE y 300 RXMcCIMSON 212 St Clair St Frankfort Ky 4 m I i jpqpHg wtrb I Jtbbtbtbbtbbtbtbrb JtbwtbtbTbtbtbtbtbtb rttbtbb 1 4 V GOLD THE BEST Frazer Axle Grtase ttbtbtb xtb lbtbTb a Bkt wpmmwk I fa THEOLDRI rflLM tbbtbtb M- iA - Sii 1 Ate- - VwATtWTNig ir frl FOB SALE BY tbl tbbtbtbl btbtbrlTi 1 1 DUST WASHING POWDER rfxxllJ ttbtbTbtb Kj ll I I 1 I CUIcoifO R ROGERS SeptU i ly trbtbtbtbi SONS ttbwtb tb 1 1 11 11 tM WM CROMWELL Paris and Worlds Fair HMti Frazer Lubricator Facfeftas GhekWi Not affoctad by Heat or Cold Hlfghast Awards at Cantannlal Co Und Htm York fcSF min aasWP Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In th Also Real Estate Agent Courts of Franklin and the adjoining countiea and will also give special attention to me pur chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and theneaotlatlon of loam tb0 ltVMC A J HKin wtbtbwtbtbwtbtbrbtbtb tbtbtbtbtbtbtbTbtbtbtb iiiiiiiiiiiimiimn itniiiiiir R II it A CON IrfiuUvIUe 11 i4 4tbbtbbtbrjb 18m wrJnbMtbtbwtbtbwtb tbtbtb I Bjauiifcjitf3araaeB5BOMHratai community of to set agog a sale which is We will is bound to secure recognition and enormous patronage by sheer force of merit We will make prices so that low that you will be compelled to buy prices that only the Louisville Stcre can offer prices to suit the masses We ask you to compare the figures quoted below on exactly the same merchandise advertised by others As we buy in immense wholesale quantities for our naiy branch stores we can and do buy and sell cheaper than other stores We are never undersold If you value your self interest read carefully of prices given here We have the largest fall stock in the city and our large store is packed with bargains To start the ball arolling and make it interesting we will make this grand offer To every customer making a 5 purchase at our store we will sell them 10 yards of our Best Brands Calico Indigo Blue Fancy Mourning Red an a Shirting Prints at 1c yard 10 yards for 10c This is for one week only and only to customers making a 5 purchase A sale Onr best Iloosier Unblonchod ynrd wide Cotton only 3jo ynrd Onr best heavy G cent Unblenohed yard wide Cotton Our beat G cent Blenched ynrd wide Cotton 4jc Onr best 8j cont Lonsdale ynrd wide Co Best Apron Gingham Good Shirting Cotton fie Good wide Canton Flnnnol Extra Henvy Canton Flannel 7jc All wool Flannel red groy white only 15c ynrd Good Red Tnblo Linen 19o ynrd Good White Tnblo Linen 23o yard 10 4 Unbleached Sheeting for one week only 12c yard Skirting Flanneletto double width lOo yd Your choice of our best brands Indigo Bluo Fancy Second Mourning Red Shirting Prints for one week only Wo handle only the best brands Fnnoy Outing Cloth 4jo yard Yard wide 10 cent Percale 7c yard Good Straw Bod Tick 5o ynrd Heavy Feathor Tick cut to 12c yard Fancy Dress Goods 10c yard Fancy Serges 35 oont grade 23c 48 in Hi Black fiOo Dross Goods cat to 2Bo All wool Fancy Dress Goods 40o grade ont to 29c Childrons Vests and Pants 19o piece Ladies 35o Rib Long Sleeve Fall Vests nnd Pants cut to 23c Mens Fanoy Percale 75c Shirts in this silo nt 39c Mens SI White Puff Bosom Shirts in this sale at 43c Mens Hoavy35 ccnt Drill Drawers cut to 19c Truer etsdct1 cr thu vfE A30SM Louisville Store Grand Fall Cheap Sale at theFrankfort and surrounding country the today destined start wuLjjULMMMmmmmammmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm BMnmaMannB 71 - - 12jj eont Flannelottos out to psices ifoies ariEazxs 8o yard tje 4c Â¬ ijc 40 3o Ladies Zephyr Facinators in all shades only liJc Good Heavy Bed Comforts out to 40c Good Blnnkets cat to 49c Infants Fancy Cloaks from 79c np Ladies Muslin Underwear way loss than oost Children fltio Jackets 135 np Ladies tine Jackets from 150 up Ladies fino Capos 98o up Our Cloak stock is the largest wo over brought on and uuring this sale will save you tnonoy Childrens Eazy Waints cut to 19o Hair Pins Jc paper Wo bought the ontiro stock of a skirt manufacturer going out of business Co mo nnd seo tho Bkirt wo will pell you Wo havo Dress nt 125 its a beauty Skirts as low as 89a To close ont a lot of Childrons Tarn OShanta Caps take your choice at 23c Childrens Fancy Sohool Cap- only 2ro Childrens Wool Hoods only 23c To close out our Shirt Waists handsome Plaid Waists only 20o Mens heavy Sucks 4c Ladies Black Hose 4c Mens Suspenders 8o Throe spools Clarks O N T Thread 10c Two spools John J Clarks for Onr Millinery Department commands your attention wo havo Trimmod Hots from 95a np Onr prices nro the low est in the city These Shoo prices aro tho lowest wo have over quoted Bny your shoos now Ladies fine Cloth Top Shoos out to 119 worth 250 Ladles tine Button Shoos Dongola Eid out to 93a Indies fine Heavy Shoes in Calf and Grain cut to 90c Infants flue Kid Shoes cut to 23o Childrens Grain Shoos for school wear out to 59c Boys ConsjrB Calf Shoes only 89o Mens Heavy Working Shoes only 98o Mens Fino Shoos only 98c Mens and Boys Boots at prioes to suit tho closest buyer Wo nro cutting prioes on Clothing for this sale Never have you the oppor- tnnity to buy clothing so cheap as this week Mens good serviceable Henvy Suits only 279 Boys good serviceable Heavy Suits only 149 f Childrons good serviceable Heavy Suits only 98o Mens Jeans Pants only 49o Mens Overcoats fino J79 up Mens Cssimero Pnuts only 89u Boys Knee Pants 19c Mens Corduroy Pants only 8149 Mens nnd Boys Capo Mackintosh worth 250 wo will place our 125 Ticket on them for one woek This is an excel- Â¬ lent bargain and yon should not let the opportunity slip by Just think 125 this small price for a good mackintosh All 30 dozon Ladies White Hem Â¬ Special stitched Handkerchiefs ont to 4c Mans Fine Handkerchiefs cut to 5 and 8c Hundreds of Choice Bargains which lack of newspaper spaoo prevents further quotations KM 11 i saes Come early as these low prices will puck our store frum morning until late at night JE Cb HT 3Dfii A URBANSKY CO 7 Props X 3La3La Js ST CLAIR STREET A L LEVY Manager He Frankfort mmm FRANKFORT OCTOBER 211898 Teachers Association The Teachers Association of the Bridgeport Magisterial District will beheld at Bridgeport on the first Saturday 5th day in November PROGRAM ding Invocation Song Welcome Address L D Stucker Response It A Hancock Music Select Readingj Miss Eliza Spaul J Payne Participles nnd Infinitives Prof Discussed by Miosis B Secrest Fannie TTearn and Katie Rodgers The Responsibility of tho Teach er Prof 1 B Secrest or Central Normal College Waddy Ky Recess Music Selection by Miss Emma Â¬ Recitation Mics Stella Wilmot PhvMologv and II virion G D by L D Stuck Fcndley er and Mis- - Emun Hamilton Add icw Prof McTIenry Rhoads Solo Mi s Daiv Hughes cd NOON Namrhty Zell Miss Anna lluguely of Richmond Ky Primary Work Mit s Prudence Brawner Address Col Thos B Ford Music Christmas Night in Recitation Miss Rebecca the Negro Quarters Secrest Waddy Ky Closing remarks by Miss Lucy Song God be With You Till Wo4 Meet Again R A Hancock Pres A Clever Trick Music Recitation Pattie etc railways schools population It contains a folding map and men tions the various steamship lines plying between the Pacific ports and these islands Attention is also oiled For Sale to tho unparalleled facilities offered Line tho by the Northwestern west and northwest gentle sound bay horso excel pioneer line reaching Ran Franciscoof A lent for riding us well as driving CJhicapo for Los Angoiea roruanu nun owicr Apply lo Airs Win U Rodman western points The booklet will bo 5 tf sent to any address upon receipt of In stamps by W A Cox Try tho Capital Steam Laun Â¬ four cents street Cincinnati Ohio or 435 Vine dry for n clean shirt or collar V IJ Knlskern 22 Fifth avenue 10 tf Telephone 17 Chicago 111 Â¬ It certainly looks like it but there is realy no trick about it Anybody can trv it who has lame back or weak kidneys malaria or nervous troubles We mean he can cure himself right away by taking Electric Bitters This medicine tones up the whole system acts as a stimulant to liver and kidneys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic It cures constipation headache fainting spells sleepless It is purely ness and melancholy vegetable a mild laxative and re stores the system to its natural vigor Try Electric Bitters and bo convinced that they are a miracle worker Only 50c Every bottle guaranteed a bottle at J W Gayles Drug Store Â¬ Mrs Ballington Booth of The is writing e American Volunteers out her experiences in American We will wager 1500 that no bloyole manufacturer In America Is producing a High Gradt prisons and in the slums of New Bicycle equal to our 1898 American Special on which has been placed a prico of 35 and is offering to tho goneral public to all alike Further that our York for the Ladies Home Journal Mrs Booth has perhaps come closer 49 to the lives and confidences of the I men and women in prisons and to LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET know the poor better than any woman living She will not only U DURRETT tell what she has seen but she will FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE point out what her experience has Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money shown her to be the most effective I Sales on our market for the week way in dealing with the people of i We employ no traveling men Issue no expensive circulars soil our entire output to the 1 just closed amount to 1097 bh da with the prisons and the slums receipts for tho same period of 421Â¬ cheaper than any manufacturer in the United States We rovor deceive the nuhiln No S in so sent subject to hhds Sales on our market since Jan advanc When you call for DeWitts Witch one can succeed expcotdoing Our blcvcles are In 1898 and wo approval without any100 eaoh to sell 15000 bicycle only want to make whatever Wo uary lab amount to 88252 hhds Sales We muoh prefer to sell 15000 at a pro tit of 81 00 eaoh than 1000 at 15 each Any prices on our market to Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont of the crop of 1896 aro made so by oxtravngant expenses and dont above ours made accept anything else Dont be one convince you by other concerns pay for extravagances and bad debts ot othors let any-of that you should this date amount to 72035 hhds Bur the makor and save your money SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE j had another week of light talked in to --accepting a substitute We have sales On Wednesday our market for piles for ores for burns Tyler AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio 40 Hemphill showed decidedly more activity in MMIIMIlIMIMIMIWIlIIMIIMIMlalnllletlIMIIIMIIMIMIleilIMIlIMIMIIMIIWIlllllaMllWIIMllai 8 nil fillery sorts selling between aiyr nnd 10 Tho real common smokers ANNOUNCEMENT selling below 6 teem a few bids better but the improvement was not We are authorized to announce so noticeable in these sorts Tho few 1IARD1N of Owen hhds of good sweet fillevy leaf that Capt T J sold from 14 to county as a candidate fur Congress appeared this week sorts soiling below 59 in this the 7th Congrc iinnnl Dis17c Colory are in strong demand abprices about trict subject to the action of the Re Â¬ na high as havo ruled at any time publican party 49 tf during tho season A few hhds of the new crop with some merit ap Strayed or Stolen peared during the week and sold from 8 to 920 Most1 of the new burley offered so far has been in bad Strayed or was stolen from my pas Â¬ condition and also shows the effect of ture on the night of Oct 2 1898 a we had during the hot tainy weather Colt curing season Tho crop has all beenÂ¬ Dark Bay Yearling Stallion white t foot nose housed and judging from tho offer- roinan clippedone hind inches long to six mane and a good many samples we Will pay ings reward for any informa Â¬ Built on strictly scientific principles and of the highest grade have seen wo think it very deficient Apply materials Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can wo do it in color and a great deal of it shows tion leading to his recovery Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typo at Roundaiiout office or to the effect of house burn S F Armstrong writer Trust result in an honest product at an honest price The Jollowing quotations faiily You need a typewriter It adds tone to your business and is the Bridgeport Ky represent our market for burley to- Â¬ 8 lt greatest time and labor saver of modern time The Blickens bacco 1895 crop derfer is the only high grade machine at reasonable cost Trashdarkordamupec Old in dress may he re Durable Portable Visible Work Interchangeable Typo Un- Â¬ H 00fo 5 50 vived fashions old fashioned medicine tobacco Jjut no 7 00 varying Alignment Unexcelled ManifolderNo Ribbon Nuisance Common Oolory brash 5 50 can replace Chamberlains Colic The only typewriter receiving highest award nt Worlds Fair Medium to good eolor Greatly improved since Adopted by tho Western Tnion Tele 7 007 10 00 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For trash 9 00 sale by J W Gayle graph Co Common lugsnotcolorj 7 00 BSySend for catalogue and testimonials 10 50 8 00 Common Golory lugs Medium to good colory 10 00T 13 00 7 luga BEHDERSQN HOUTE Common to medium leaflO 005 14 00 THE 16 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf 18 00 10 00 Good to line leaf 18 OOfo 20 00 125 E Fayette St Baltimore Md 918 F St N W Washington D Q Selector wrappery One Minute Cough Cure surprises people by its quick cures and chil- Â¬ dren may take it in large quantities without the least danger It has won for itself the best reputation of any preparation used to day for colds croup tickling in the throat or obsti- Â¬ nate coughs Tyler Hemphill Mrs Ballington Booths Experiences f iimimmmBiiMwiiwiBiwiMiiiwintmiwiiiwiiiiwittiiwiniintiiMitMiMttiii r - jjr t EWARD 3000 rt BICYCLES AT 2250 ISI750 3500 1 Â¬ i yju it iiiui i Â¬ Â¬ M00EE BH0S Gen Agents Dr Mllos Norvo Plasters 25c at alldrucKlsta BEST ZLilZESnE BETWEEN The Hawaiian Islands Louisville Tho Chicago and Nowth western Railway bus issued a booklet with the above tltlpgivlnpabrlif descrip f fhnsB islands Mnn their tono graphy climate natural resources Evansville St Louis JACOB SWIGERT CO AND ALL POINTS WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST Tho onlv Hno runnlnir thron rlnnhln daily trains to Evansville without change with high bnck oonohos and parlor car Tho direot lino to St Louie running two double daily trains with high baok aoat ooachos and Pullman sleepers through without change Tickets on sale at L N olllco this city For Information as to rates route sleeping car booths etc call on A V Ilito agent L N R II or address B L BRYANT II 0 Mordub TPA Asat Q P A Insurance JLgents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basemen the Capital Hntnl