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Iff GEO A VOL 4 A vr KFOK ICY rn KOI ND ABOI T TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER KRANICFOIIT DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY XOVIOIIiER 5 100 In Advance NO 10 XXI A IflJfl could not speak about his ill health without such strong emotion as evi Â¬ It is with sad heart that wo chroni Â¬ denced their affection for him cle the death of our friend Dr A He leaves a wife and one child M Miles which occurred at his besides a large number of relatives home near Ilarvieland on Tuesday to mourn his untimely end Inst Our county has lost one of its best Dr Miles was one of natures citizens in every relation of life noblemen of slimht and delicate physique he literally wore himself Thousands of persons have been cured of piles by using De Witts out in his ministrations to the poor Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly the needy the friendless and forlorn and cures eczema and all skin dis lie was about 38 years ol aye and ease It gives immediate relief was born and reared in Shelby Tyler Hemphill county Soldiers Return Home After acquiring a practical educa- Â¬ tion he determined to become a The soldiers composing company physician and accordingly gave to E Second Kentucky Volunteers that science his unremitting study Locating at Ilarvie Capt Julian Kersey were mustered and devotion on Sunday last land this county he built up a large out of the service C A O train practice which called for unceasing and came down on the Sunday night toil men The company had 103 He was a safe steady and thor- Â¬ when mustered out and had only one oughly reliable physician and was death Jesse Holmes while in the very successful in his practice service To the distressed and the needy They are as brave and true a set of money were given his time and men as ever shouldered a gun in de- Â¬ In many fense of their country freely and ungrudgingly They were humble homes he was as a veritable glad to get home as they didnt angel of mercy care to do garrison duty About a year or more ago his His friends Dr Miles Nervo Piasters for Ruaumntlsm health began to fail urged him to rest and recuperate The Best Plaster but he did not have the heart to stop his labors of love and mercy just A piece of flannel dampened with then Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound increasing lung trouble on to the affected parts is superior to Kapidly finally forced him to give up work anv plaster When troubled with a some few months since and ex pain in the client or side or a lame a trial You haustcd natuie took its reMMige and back give it than pleased are certain with the to be more relieved so much pain prompt relief which it affords Pain he who had and sickness was doomed Dalm is alo a certain cure for rheu- Â¬ For Mile by J W Gayle Calmly quietly as became the matism hero that he was ho Clnistian Back in His Old Job awaiUd the last summons his only care being his loed ones by whom Adjutant General Wilbur RSmith he was idolized who is also principal of the big Bus The remains weie taken to Bagdad iness Collece at Lexington finding wheie the funeral services were eon that his duties as Adjutant General ducted on Wednesday and he was conflicted with his more profitable laid to rest in the cemetery at that business tendered his re ignntinn to place Gov Bradley to lake effect Nov The announcement of the death of At the Governors earnest solicita Â¬ this humble and single hearted tion jolly Gen Dan R Collier con- Â¬ hero will carry sorrow to hundreds sented to resume the duties of his former position of Adjutant General of hearts A number of his patients when and accordingly took charge of the peaking of him have paid to us office on Tuesday A braver or bigger hearted man that he was one of the noblest and They does not live than Dan Collier best men they ever knew Â¬ Â¬ 1 Grand Man at Rest Fire Wednesday Night At 1115 on Wednesday night an alarm from box 24 called the fire de partment to the old furniture factory and warehouse on Holmes street The warehouse was full of tobacco which was raised on Miss Mary Ashmores farm near the eity limits by Mr Win Smoot It was a fine crop and was estimated to be worth about 2000 It was insured for Â¬ to those who so kindly patronized them last season and earnestly re Â¬ quest a continuance of the same They are endeavoring to raise funds to assist in the much needed repairs on their church and while those who purchase their goods do not pay more or even as much as they would have to pay elsewhere they are helping in a good cause A A Shattered Nervous System FINALLY HEART TROUBLE Miles Norvlns Restored to Health by Dr ft Sure Sign of Croup Â¬ SlOOO The furniture factory was empty except for the machinery Both buildings were totally destroyed The firemen had a tough job of it and it took them some six hours to completely subdue the fire as the whole of the buildings were in flames when discovered Various surmises are indulged in as to the cause of the lire Some allege that it was caused by spon Â¬ taneous combustion and some that it was of incendiary origin The buildings were the property of Mr Richard Julian of this county They were insured for 1400 uayle Hoarseness in a child that is sub ject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease If Chamberlains Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack Many mothers who have croupy children always keep this remedy at hand and find that it saves It them much trouble and worry can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take For sale by J W Arrested Con Mc C Clias 1 3 R EDWARD HARDY tho Jolly man ager of Sheppard Cos great store at Bracevllle 111 writes I had never been sick a day in my life until In 1890 I got so bad with nervous prostration that I had to give up and commence to doctor I tried our local physicians and one in Joliot but none gavo mo any relief and I thought I was going to die I became despondent and suffered untold agony I could not oat sleep nor rest and it seemed as if I could not exist At tho end of six months I was reduced to but a shadow of myself and at last my heart became affected and I was truly miserable I took six or eight bottles of Dr Miles Nervine It gave mo relief from the start and at last a cure the great est blessing of my life R Dr Miles Remedies Dr are sold by all drug- Â¬ A All v roues 4 gists under a positive guarantee first bottle benefits or money re- Â¬ Restores funded Book on dis- Â¬ Wealth cuses of tho heart and j 1 The warehouse of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway together with other buildings in the immediate neighborhood were saved It was the largest lire we have had for years and about the hardest to fight a- The total loss some 0000 E C Blanks of Lewisville Texas writes that one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Halve was worth 50 000 to him It cured his piles of ten years standing He adies others to try it It also cures eczema skin diseases and obstinate sores Tyler ct Hemphill Methodist Exchange We are requested by the ladies of the Methodist Church to announce that they will reopen their exchange to day in the Dohoney building on Main street next door to Mrs Kate Welchs at 10 oclock They will have for sale delicacies in the shape of pies cakes croquets Ac suitable for Sunday dinners Orders for articles needed may be left with Mrs Dr J S Price Mips Mattie Jones Miss Annie Magill and Mrs J B Lewis These ladies return sincere thanks Deputy U S Marshal Carty arrested Editor Moore of the Blue Grass Blade and Mr Jas E Hughes the publisher on Satuiday under an indictment from the l S Court at Cincinnati for sending obscene matter through They were taken to the mails Louisville Sunday morning It appears that Judge F R Feland wrote Editor of Lawrenceburg Moore a letter objecting to his Moores free love notions and free Address Moore in reply published an article nervesMILES MEDICAL DR which was so filthy in advocacy of the vagaries of that ilk that the grand jury in the U S Court at Cincinnati promptly indicted him The warrant was placed in the hands of Deputy Marshal McCarty and he went up from this city Sat Â¬ urday morning and captured his men Â¬ Nervine m m CO Elkhart Ind Well Known Man Dead the well Mr Geo W Henry known capitalist of Chicago died of pneumonia in Kansas City Mo Thss handsome table on Monday last any inlaid top and Mr Henry was a native of thi county and a brother of Mr A C Henry of this city He was a wealthy man and was highly respected for his integrity of jgAO MahogÂ¬ shelf character Ov- Sons IfTOTqrTgrg-ayg-igrTigriqr- J ft R Rogers Im After wumv Hie wmiw Ian ji Who hns come to the conclusion that hes paying too much for clinkers and ashes whos got an idea that he ought to ho getting a better coal for tho money hes paying 1 want him to try a load of Wool dridgo Jellico Coal and Ill take my chances on getting him for a regular customer te3eT - u Â¬ 0 ft OFFICE NEXT It- F C FREIGHT OFFICE GAINES OLD STAND J A AAA AiAtAA A A A A AAAAAAAAAAA TEV2 OTJX- Al A A A A J1 A 1A1 AA AiftufV ifliiltriHrirttAiftA lntoxi TELEPHONE o Jf J 334 MAIN STREbT FRANKFORT Â¬ A J Job work neatly executed at this office JW A A A Ar A A OILS 100 Keep Out the Wintry Winds PUTS ii Sausage httr STAGC 8RC0N Sausage Siuirersi House Roof and 3JTID Yes the very highest grades of FtJSlIlsTISHt t Car- OH Youcantloat omonpreoami i 1 1 jr jass u aiR WimthCVStripS If you want 1 WV lUeiS U w s I OllgS BllOVCMS rfaQ on 11 PaJjltS niG Nisi v y i iiiih puuiiyi I n c uoai liods JMro frets and frcrocn uuards on us Johnsons Floor Wax Restorer Uenewer or Filler - and Varnishes HARDWARE MASOWIO TitJVlPLE T AG-G- cS IB raminiill l Linn ii m mmiiLiijmiwwM HUD ON Corner leixx ARTMMB UHLY WMBTOBaMCMigggmicnTJJUHfjuK imiiimiin nmmtmivmtmmnfMmtfmui trixnMitffl - r wit fit1 HBHthiiiiiMW t andL St Olsiix Streets xw t n CHEAP AT A PBICE WHEa SOLD iffl fffl I IK B4LWk Ofr ill ft- v OTmnts3rTmrfig rgrTJCA2arTV3AynM The best and cheapest clothing is to the wearer There h solid merit isfaction in them mnl every man aiethree styles of them Round Cut Hint which jrives the longest service and the most perfect sat ion back oi my J lay Worsted Suits at 1000 There iS mm vice and satwho buys one will get more than 10 worth of wear out of it There 10 Sacks Square Cut Sacks and Cutaway Frocks All the same price Â¬ BMHBffnWf IfUfflTTfi n Tmrfrf fi idjgPMMEMWBBMBBBBBMPM W F HUDSON JR rMM fwm ft Â¬ ijnAcuneaaiMnorwMnnuxiucanBiHtaaBaB MATRIAIONIAL Oapt Jas E Blackburn of Spring Lecture Station was the guest of his sistei H Lewis Second screet Mrs Jos Mr Geo D Todd of Louisville wns Sunday Stiphkns - Mastlx At the A small Hudiencp of deeply interin the city Monday Misses Mav and Bessie Lewis of C unity Judges otlicc on Monday ested and cultivated women attended Mr Thos Giecn of Louisville was Woodlake lefo Thursday for 2V visit Mr James 11 Stephens and MNs the lecture given by Mrs Mary W in tlie city last wtek to relatives in Louisville and S jring Maggie M Martin were married by Bender in the parlor of the Capital Mr Walter Tobc Franklin visited Held Ills Hotel Thursday afternoon Mrs Judge J Dan Moore in Versailles on Sunday Miss Charlotte T Bowmar of Bender talked of our bodies as the JilOWE PlLKINOTOX It IS ailthorMiss Magie Taylor has returned Versailles wis the guest of her we live She was cousin Mrs J B Lewis Third street Putivoly announced that Rev Win house in which from a trip to Louisville certainly master of tlie subject and this week Crowe jr the talented and popular Mr Sylvester Meek of Louisville Mr John Will Johnson has gone to young pastor of theSouthern Presby Â¬ displayed a remarkable knowledge visited relatives here this week of the anatomy of the human body S C to operate the disCamden Mrs W T Havens visited at Mt tillery at which he was emplojel terian Church of this city and Miss Mrs Render is an earnest forceful Sterling her old Iioiup last week Grace Pilkington the handsome and speaker and illustrates her remarks last year of Mr Ad Pillc Mr John B Dryden sr of the Mrs John Will Johnson leaves next beloved daughter by colored charts showing the var- Call was in Cincinnati on Thursday week for Denver Col to spend the i lgton of this city will be married ious organs of the body in their winter with her son Mr Alex T about the middle of December Mr Dyke Hnzelrg visited friends Johnson natural conditions also when affected at Mt Sterling on Saturday and San IkUTox KLUGAii la this city by different disorders Her discourse Miss Margaret A Lewis was the day Fannie on Thursday Mr John S Burton throughout was deeply interesting guest of her cousins Misses Mr Sam J Shackelford is visiting and Bessie Lewis a Woodlake Sat- and Mrs Jannie lilugnl werd mar- Â¬ very instructive and calculated to relatives at her old home in Har urday and Sunday ried by Rev M 15 Adams do much good rodslmrj Rev Lewis H Thompson of Louis- Â¬ Mrs Bender will lecture again at Wahfohh Cov At tin residence his Geo L Barnes wife and son ville who has been visiting Mr of the brides lather Mr V II Coy the same place this afternoon begin- to Bowling Green on Tuesday fither Uapt Ed Porter Thompson went has returned homo for a visit Mr Kuford Warlord and Miss Ethel ing promptly at three oclock and who family of Mr W H Posey and wife Law Coy were married by Rev George no intelligent thinking woman if Mr Geo L Willis and Frankfort can afford to miss it Shelbyville visited relatives here visited friends and relatives in week Darsie renceburg and Versailles last this week home have returned BIRTHS Mr W B Moody of Eminence was Mrs Molly Hazelip of Leitchfleld on p eitv on legal business in tl who has been visiting her nephew Lovett At Mayfield Ivy to Thursday Hon G W Long on second street Mr K O Lovett and wife nee Miss Jap T Wilhoit Sheriff of returned home Tuesday Mr Mary Hale a daughter Adelaide Woodford county was in the city Miss Agnes Thompson left Mon- Â¬ yesterday day for Louisville where she will reIn Colored High Life purpose main several months Mothers when your children are at-Â¬ Mr Lewis A Berry Circuit Clerk of taking a course in for the music tacked by the dreadful croup you of Woodford county was in the city Dr J R Xorrcll and Mi s Belle need not despair Dr John W Bulls Mrs John J Craig and daughter Dennett were married in New Castle yesterday Cough Syrup will relieve and euro Miss Bettie who have been guests of Dr Mr Wm R Shelton of St Louis Mrs E L Samuel returned to their Thursday evening of last week good this disease at once You can always Xorrell is a colored physician of in this home in Danville Saturday depend on this marvelous remedy ifc Mo was visiting relatives standing and the bride is a laughter never fails to cure For whooping city this week Mrs Ed Armstrong and children of Jack Dennett one of the most sub- - cough and measle cough it is the best who have been the guests of Mr stuntiat of Eminence colored citizens remedy in the land Children like it Mrs W TL Grider of RuhFcllvilJe S C Chuivh Tinsley and wife have re- - Dr Xorrell has not been a resident is the guest of her parents Col turned to their Home at Butler Snyres and wife of Eminence many months but ha The Misses Susan Bradford of Aber- made an excellent reputation Mrs IT C Nelson wil make her home in future with her brother Mr deen Ohio and Mary Tribble oi Mt bride is among the be d educated col Sterling will arrive Wednesday to ored voting women in the county John B Dryden laud is very attractive and digmlled be iruuHtsof Miss Elizabeth Ilult Louis- Mips Marie Louise Taylor of y land i much esteemed for n r jmet ash- Majme Mr J Russell Williams of ville was the guest of Miss Fuiiiienee Constitutional- Will cure Croup without fail on Monday niaiineis Gaines this week inuton City came home Doctors Doses aro small ad pleasant to take to register and went from here Mrs Lula B Longmoor and Mr W last Dr Norrell the groom i a son of recommend it Incu 25 ccntu At all druggists couiitv to visit his mother W Longmoor will roturn to day from to Oldham Jas Xorrell the plasterer who is and sister i Will Move Soon Martinsville Ind Versailles is oneof our nioitsubstintinl and highly Mr Eugene Craig of Mrs Albert Fall and children of Distillery respected colored citizens New Mexico wore guest of Mrs S E assigniMi at tho Hermitage NovemLer Notwithstanding the earnest woik asC S Storekeeper for James this week Suicides none by the citizens of Lexington rooms with Mrs J B and has taken Mr Joe Gividen of Pleasnreville tho orders for the moving of the Lewis Third street Sheriff of Henry County wns in the Hon elms Offutt former Speaker troops from Camp Hamilton will Tho following voumr Indies will city on Thursday arrive weunesuay 10 iorm a iiuubu 111 uiu ivcuiucKy jiuum- - ui jipi- - stand Mrs S Creed Card well of Louis- - lirty with Misses Hattie and Emmie hntutives and now a lawyer at Secretary of War Alger stated to ille was the guest of Miss Maggie Scott Misses Sallie Mai Andorhon UUU1 on Thursday last the Lexington committee that the L1 Bird Rogers and Nancy Mcftleekin Tavlor ths week Tiaa -nnnmix Vo liKnliriou- Rrtufl committed suicide while temporarily troops at Camp Hamilton would be ul yrouiKOKuwi rr rnu -- - -w f nnlUmi i of Maysvilie ana miss luarcna wun ume trom bud health air tt m in Cuba within a month was in attendance upon tho ourt of Qpspon of Winchester The AIisPes 3FL Appeals this week C3 A JS A s ott wiu entertain next Thursday Sent to the Asylum 0U avB AWafS Mr Ed Posev of Cincinnati was evening in honor of her own and Bears the Mr W H Miss Holts guests the guest of his brother Mr Adam Harper of this county Posey on Sunday aged 77 years was taken to the East- D Baxters Dental Rooms and Bessie Staton aro Misses Nellie em Lunatic Asylum at Lexington visiting their uncle Mr Geo Daw Main street opposite Opera House The Hawaiian Islands 29 tf He was a well known citizen and kins in Henry county regret is felt at his misfortune spending a Miss Sallie Duke after Tlie Chicago and Now t Invest em For Sale Railway luis issued a booklet with few weaks at home returned to Did the Handsome Monday Huntington last tlie above title giving a hrlf descrlp- In tion of these islands their topo AXo I Hulls Kyo Kodak accompanied Mr Will D Overton Tlie Third Kentucky Voluntci M nt natural resources u etl two or by his cousin Mr Fred Bullock left iiitclass order Onlycheap Apply graphy climate railways schools population etc Camp Hamiiton gave an three weeks For sale for Now York City Tuesday li ti It contains a folding map and menat thisoluce Kentucky Burgoo to the 100th Miss Bessie Berryman of Versailles tions the various steamship lines truest of Mrs Ed L together with who uih the wiiiiiifhnn lihwi of 21 nlvinir between the Pacific iiorts and Indiana Volunteers Stantc n has returned home improvements a brick these i dawK Attention is ulsocilled the various Generals and their stnfls acres in ras Missrs Louiao and Daisy Hughes cottage of live room- - with gullerie- - to tiKMinparalleled facilitijs ollered on rinsmihiy There was lotsofsouo were guo is of Miss Margaret Oron- - Will exchango for a -- mall pliico in by the fllWN tin and other Jlxlm nml nillns and 11 ri iwesi 01 inoiiocr tic wci fllmw in Versulloh tiis woelc Apply at thlsolllce lie country Chicago for reaching Hui Francbco to spare oO tf Mr Robert Simpson of Owonton Portland and other Los Angeles biother Mr W vns thp guest of Ids city on Sunday Dissolutions western points The booklet will bo The Boss Stalk of Corn G Simpaon In this sent to any address upon receipt of Mr John W Mastln of Woodford four cents in stamps by V A Cox Attention is called to the nds an Â¬ The tallest htnllc of corn we have I Viuesticet Cincinnati Ohio or countv was in the city Sundny the Mr John C Mastin Mcn in u long time was ent to this V B Krlrkorn 22 Fifth avenue nouncing the dissolution of the firn s guefct ofhlstioii of Burckhtiiilt A-- Hies and Thompsi n Prof Mellflnrv Rhowds wont to olice on Thtirsclity It measured II Chicago 111 ct Tombs Hopkiusville Satuday and doliverod 2 inches in length and bore an an Hddrofct retniiiinK Sui day night fet It win1 WM CROMWELL 12 inclut long ear of corn For RentStore Room Mrs M J Stewart of Fnrmdale AUoruo at Law by Messrs K K and J H will feppud th wintor with her duugh raised NV Gowdysj tor Mr J M VauLUMVeor on Ann Itiisor on Mr Joo Franhfort Kentucky The large store room in Masonic iJtlOOt place In the Hiiison Valley Mcsis Temple one of the host in tho city M ii Apply to dipt is ollered for rent Mr A M DuvhII oflVaks Millwas Uaisorsav the farmer who bents this H glvo Hpivljl Httiuitlon to the pur 1iw In tint olty 011 Tuwlay stalk can coniu tnwl get ne hiiiittU nl hihI wllliiUa f ruMin tnui uoiiuotiou of reras B C Milam or Ben T Farmer tirojy reoovarod ftym hla long tlmo corn Itf olMtiiH una tUtwitwo tint Ion of loans PERSONAL i I Â¬ Â¬ j arorTVva 3i3EX3 ftTJiJLf ann vw hjb 111 mmzij The Leading Specialists of America 20 YCAuS 260000 OHIO CURED Nothing can bo in ro demoralizing to young or middlc npcd men than tho iircs They nislitly Iopfc enco of thco prouueo wciiknc ncrouMics a teeliiiK of disgust urn u whole- train of symptoms Iney unlit a man tor miMnc married No matter hfo nnd social hnppinc 7hcthcr caused by oil luibits in youth natural veakncor foxuuI excesses our New iUetuoil J reatinunt will positively euro you Y Iteudcr you nee I help Karly nbuso or later ccures niuy nao wciKeneu you Til llknnknil Vfirtci rf mrn 4IV UIV IIM 1nit Yflll lfl UrttVrUIW Mill aro not f afe till cured Our Now Method will cuio you loui uLoilsli Jl Youiiff Tlrn You nro jmlc fccblo nnd Imggn nervous iri itahlo nnd ex- Â¬ citable Yo i becomo f irgetful moro c nnd despondent blotches rnil punplef Bunkcn oyr wrinkled ficc stooping form nnd downca t countuiauco reveal tho blight c f your ciitcncc 2Sa0 corep It illiliOJ llo Dreadful WE CURE VARICOCELE So nnt bo or hnw lor JSKW euro if w rnnoin your caso may ju limy luivo had it our JlliJAliMUiNT Will minnv veins return to their normal condition nnd henco Uio Foxual orcani reccivo propor nouris-li-rien-t Jho orrrans bccouio itaized nil vnnaturnl iralai or lost ceai o ami No temporary l lanly porcrs return UP j Â¬ Wo tict r id ciro SYPHILIS juiiiiiji jiioiUiN iiwipii aifMi rau fl fPiiiPiiriiM NAL LObLS ULADDlIll AND KIU diEcnrcf HNEY CONSULTATION FKEK JHAKGES JOOKri ijUlJJ MODERATI If ipr i to call writo for HOME for n QlTltTTOIl ULAN ll llj1ms CURES 0JARANTEED tonclit nut a prmannt euro assured IO JuHi NO 1AY NO OPKKA- L 11Y NO Diiiiia- JION HON rioM 1 jiuirjivi i ftimivln Slunin BWUM V1II1U the ATMEri 122 rnfcri7 30V2Ca i msMtmsmmm New Coal Firm Hmltii U cliiifPd tlie business of Tlie Noel Gullies Coal lo we are prepnr d to furiiMi to the neopl of Fr mkfort and Franklin county the bbst guides of both html and r ott coal W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O o ft Kiinnntn ifvrfcffi 1MIEL Offio k L WALLACE Soales wii C TO j9 I 39 Main St d lin and Yi Sept 7 Naar N Depot I j j j I I fulfil C JM -- ofTVTWSni iiri il 2irrjztem m3m sVv w i v iwT - Si i5 a 1 siiffi aWTI ii mm DECOR TIOK DAY AT HOME s j Sliouhl hu ob orveil by having jour din iiur inoro ripiviiil in thantius than uhuiiIou In our high rndo tlio vurgo of Hiiininur Htock of gruoerios winos nnd vegotuhlos you Had fniiuy and stnplo supplius that will onablo yon to prupurv u dianor for a kiiiK and aru oripuuiidly iipputiiug and tuinptiiig jiirit now j SilZSB John Driscoll Tlia luadar in tliHt hiss goods at low ost prioos tiiQUUb mmmmmmmmmmtim m - llU a JUj M0 I i at JsKSBf s 8s frl Very nobby arc the now Mis e Clonk Kverjono lile ihett Beautiful jacket H lined thinugh iiit p aid lining only nurmnrK as 8 Sw 17 jKiriPIltiH m Wu Iihvo them in Electric Seal Mink Aatrnknti terslnn Lamb Thibit Muuflon prices 250 up all tfnidts All the new style vaUws Our Kiirtiiiit tt jneT X x lined thrcuniiout 7f0 yreat uluefc ft and cc lore extra ate all well made Heu our 175 57o We linve thorn Tiiey arc little biiutit l f up Prices to VI years from to 10 H 5 4 m m m m as CWt CI 44MV JUJk OS I Keeps The largest tho beat the cheapen lino of LidieV Mi ses nnd ChildrenClonks Dre 9 Goods Silks in fact anything kept in n Mrst clHss D y G ods mid Notion Stock We cl iiin we do How can we prove itr If you will only come and see our stock win n you get ready to buy and get our prices and if we do not do what we say we are willing to tnke a back scut - which is usually is IKEP- - Willi every childs clunk wc 0 i over sell worth jivo a hcniitilni tl fj hook IVOdtm ior ciikiin flWfj Lectures Before tlic Wcmsns Club jtig Weiteel Cut the Life Out of Them OOonmell jg5sSgS5jss5gs 1 AID 1 at sie mat a aswsc - Several of o ir most prrninent physicians hav mturouIy agreed to deliver a c mr o ot lectures before the Etdtioniic Department of the Womens Cluii w ho are sit present especially interested in the study of municipal and domestic hygene Dr Goler had spoken to l he de partment some tune ao on pure water and the subject seleuled for the first lecture of thh course was air and sunlight We regret that space will only allow us to refer to the mo t import- Â¬ ant points in Dr Lime lecture lie first briefly but clearly descril el the construction and properties ot the atmosphere the civniion and propagation of luht fie fir a1 iching and almost omnipotent iuiluence of un rays the myriad of worl Is and the realm of the infinitely greit that the telescope and spectrum have enabled us to locut- - and analyze Dr Jameft complete familiarity with his subject- - ami simple manner of expression made even the abstruse discourses of Kusen Kirch huff and others attractive and instructiv The women however seemed to listen with more personal it not absorbed interest when Dr Janus described the influence of air and Minlight on our streets and when he closed the chairman of the department ex Â¬ pressed the sentiment of every saying that she woman present wished every health ofiicer and town councilman in the State could have heard that lecture Dr Ja ue accent in tjd the li c that an epidemic in pure atmosphere is as impossible us health in a fiul hat every offensive olir is a danger sig- Â¬ nal to be neglected at ones peril that a single back yard or alley overlook- Â¬ ed by the criminal carelessness of a health ofiicer or scarcely less crimi Â¬ nal weakness of neighbors who hate to be disagreeable may poison the air of an entire street Among his practical suggestions to housekeepers Dr James urged that naked floors or at least matting should be used instead of carpets and that before sweeping they should be sprinklad with some simple diluted disinfect Â¬ ant also that walls and furniture should be wiped down otherwise dust would simply be shifted from lower to higher resting places Lost A fur collarette in or near Bridge port on Thursday afternoon last Please return to 10 Â¬ November Received at Lexington Ky Dated Cincinnati O 1 1898 To of Blue Grass Grocery Stores to cut the life out of prices on the following goods for one week beginning Saturday Novem ber oth Brown sugar 4c Lard 5c Lever ings Package Coflee 0c a pound 7 bars Tom Boy Soap for 10c Now Sorghum 28c a gallon Â¬ Fred Weckesser Instruct all Managers Arc cordially invited to call and inspect our line of latest London Paris and New York Creations in Ml llid 111 Ve I HHIiJil Ulil 1 DRESS GOODS SILKS AND TR1MINGS also have the most stylish Dr It o S Kbllkk 11 Knobs Tennessee In the City Wo believe we can save you some money on all of the above goods The following are a few Saturday and Monday Specials Best Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear 1 per suit worth 150 For Infants and Children Ladies Underwear oO cents per suit The Kind You Have Always Bought Ladies Union Suits 50 cents per suit Ladies Fleeced Hose 25 cents worth 40 cents Childrens Underwear 40 cents per suit and many other bar- Signature of gams too numerous to mention luesday is black Lroods Daw Call and see us 10 It II E Langdox Co Prop JACKETS CAPES AND COLLARETTES m CAaffilcX I Knobs o Tennessee Lincoln J Carters drama depicting life and incidents among the moonshiners of Tennessee i one of the best comedy urn mas tne enmaxs being very strong The scenery deserves special mention The first and second act representing moonshiners retreat in the mountains of Tennessee is a most realistic scene cast The throughout is good Hal Reid as Joe Preston Miss Elsmere as Made Â¬ line Preston and Miss Marke as Mrs Preston deserve special men- Â¬ tion The moonshiners whistle used as a warning note is something so wierd that it will live long in the memory of those who hear it At Opera House Thursday night Nov 10th Delightful Affair Win your battles against disease by acting promptly One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results When taken early it prevents consumption And in later stages iti furnishes prompt relief Tvler Â¬ Hemphill HEEN EV S Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Sold Out Fletcher Poynter and proprietors of the Shelby Sentinel have sold that paper to Mr Guthrie a young lawyer of that place We are sorry to lose Messrs Poynter it Shinnick from the tripod They were fearless and honest in the presentation of their views on all questions which came up Messrs T Ed H Shinnick Grocene For seventeen yenrs wo have entered to the hr st trnde in Frunkfort We consider are our oldest some of our best customers We have established a re iutation on quality of pmlity tirst This is our platform Our stock this Hoods and reasonable prices season is larger and more varied than ever Â¬ ew Goods Arrivin g Daily Pine Apple nnd New York Cream Cheese Eva proated Peaches and Apples Prunes R iisins B u kwhtmt Flour Cereals of We bigiu to handle oysters to- ml kinds New Canned Goods Ac day and continue for the season nn ana inspect our stock and get prices New Edam twirls AAJLAA iiiitiiiiiiiti------aii- B IllCAQCAO XXOvdOvW nofTnn nQTf nni - What Shall Be Done FOR THE DELICATE OIRL tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham- The ladies of Ascension Guild will berlains Eyo nnd Skin Ointment is It relieves the itchgive a supper on Wednesday night without an equal almost ing and smarting instantly and Nov 9th in the building on Main its continued use effects a permanent cnre It also cures ltcll barbers itch street just vacated by 13 J Nickles head both ninnlpa ttMr it Co next door to Mrs Welchs scald ohron 8ora oyes ni from 0 until 10 oclock p m For the 8neeflv Jin1 grZtateS You have tried iron and other tonics But she keeps pale and thin Her sallow complexion worries you Perhaps she has a little hacking cough also Her head aches Â¬ The admission will he only 10 Oct 15 Uu 7777 Dr CauVs Condition -cents Regular supper including horsea are the bpsr rrmln Powders for iOni ices 50 cents either meats vu or and vermifuge Price 25 cents Soltlby A great success I am still making ices Arc separately will be Ho cents J W Qayle and LoCompto Gaylo 50 Oo guy them at Matterns --- Phone 49 J HEENEY FAAL I898 THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER Needlework Guild I scoirs Emulsion body j the glycerine will soothe her cough and the hypophos phites will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain Never sav vou cannot take cod liver oil until you have tried Scotts Emulsion You will be obliged to change your opinion at once Children especially become very fond of it j and infants do not know when it is added to their food 50c The oil will feed her wasting I jj f f T and 100 SCOTT UOWNK ill druggljli Chtmlstt Nw York Wednesday Nov 10th from 10 oclock a m until twelve in the Juild President of the Needlework of Frankfort will ho at the lecture room of the First Presbyterian Church to receive the packages of garments collected by the directors and on Thursday Nov 17th from 10 oclock a m until p m all the ofllcors and directors are request Â¬ ed to meet at the Mime place for the distribution of the garments lOach member of the guild is earnestly requested to semi the gar ments to the directors fully a week before the day of distribution with Â¬ out further notice Mits Coknkma Itisii Prus Mkh IJma HaiiiKY Sue Muh CIko A Lkwls Tread 1 Â¬ BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Disolution Of Partnership he firm of Hiirckhia il A Hies tloln meat luiv huu i his day dissolved parti endilp hy mutual coiiMiit Joint Hies retiring a I M Huicklmult nssuinlni all assets and liabilities of said Una All perilous ha Im claims aualust and all piiMins fciumlna theniselus Indebted to said to settle linn I HurlUimtt A Itles are request their iiiToutits TliaiiKl K Hie public tor their over reuerous Mippoit iiiuliiskliiKU cniitlmmuee of the Mime Inr Hie new linn ot M Hiavkhaiilt we are ei HIHCKIIlHDT lefpedfull JOHN Hll S ilH Nov IWS liit s Blue Grass Nurseries Everything for Orchard Lawn nnd Garden Irult and ornamental tiees shiub t roses vines small milts rhubarb iisparai us and all other stock urowti In nurseries 1ilees reasonable as we employ no iiKents Descriptive eatalomie on a ipllcatloii to H K IIKXUhYKIf The best salve In the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetters chapped hands chilblains corns and all skin erup Â¬ tions and positively cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price ii cents per box For sale by J W Jayle lo ly Â¬ telephone Oct l olll 7J Iliittiii Ky Try Mihh wholo wheat flour tf Disolution Notice TO WHUM IT MAY IONVEUN KHANKKUUY KY WHHH FlU n trial of Miles WHOM- - W1IKAT LDlMt will uoiiviuuu you tlmt It miikoA tliu uitist delioluus as wt Ks thu most vIuiIhiiiio bi eml l 20000 bolts wall papor at le1 and ttpwavil Ayont for Dgoring mowors mid bimlors Olivor plows Stuilulmkoi wagons lm giod slovoa Nrain atroot and St Oluir airoot M A Ooiwns Jan 211 ly Nov 2 lfeU Tills u to isMtlly tlmt Din lain ot Thompson A Toiunlw Ims tliU tiny Ihuii illsxilvetl bv mtitiial K ToiiiIm ritlrliiK H I ThompMHt eoienid usriiimliiK cotitiol The Mild TIiuiiiiukiii obljiiales liliuelf to i all tliilits mid obllatuloiis of ml lira and Is authurlited to iHillet all ilwbs duu It I THOUIaON hiildllrin W K TcOilllfi Nov ftdiu Asl juur grouor fur It tr MILES SON A nnmnn tub FranKfdrt Raunflalnnt no sivond class miillnhlp HitM syreOTS fwswwfr7ywwwyjyrwsrzww I HAVE BARGAINS FOR THE PUBLIC XXT Hard ware Harness Ceinenl Sliorwin AVilliams Mixod Lime KntoreOnt to n itt KrnnUtort Kentucky mutter QEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub fi FIIANKFORT XOVKUBEIl I88 S Plaster The Presidents Proclamation Below we give the proclamation I of President McKinley appointing n day of thanksgiving and prayer To fn People of tho Cnitctl Stales l22fmmSiMi m mm i fit Glass lw Iron Spokes Wagons Steel Hoofing Doors Plaster Hair Prushes Wheels Wire Fencinir Whips Tin Crockery Ware Paints Lead Oils Hunting Cloruls Pirns Agents for Favorite Peerless Engines Rash Melting Guns Wall Paper etc h urnaces Leather Pumps The approaching November brings Cartridges to niintl the custom of our ancestor Threshers hnllowed by time and rooted in our most sacred traditions of thanks giving to Almighty God for all the blessing lie has vouchsafed to us y v j ii n Va ir- rnrii - ii luring the past year s- years in our history have Few A7S2SZS afforded such cause for thanksgiving We have been blessed by abundant narvest our tiaue am commerce tu lmmls f thtf court receivr untili From New Zeland have been wonderfully increased und r lhe ailrvsilI1 nf tlics court our public credit has been improved tht st 0kl ol Prs met nn eiect npw ItEiCKToxXewZealandNovSaSS and strengthened all sections of uriliretorsand ofliCPrS the old directors I am very pleased to state that CASH QUOTATION conn mm country have been Drought hi ivim ihriinntori fhoir mwitSniia hv smce j tooic tnc agency ot unamuer- u l l11 into closer mWn ff thc tended assignment VL tot ether and knitted rbe ROYAL Best Patent Flour per hundred 230 i bonds of National purpose and unity nMii t Mr tt0 n1llu r ntjriv f M i QUEEIS 2nd Patent Flour per hundred 220 The skies have been for a time buildins and loan ouestion in Ken- - have sold more of this particular DAISY Family Flour per hundred 210 darkened by the cloud of war but tuk nn s the flrst pdsion of tllis remedy than of all other makes for FANCY Low Grade Flour per hundred 200 Previous five years As to its as we were compelled to take up the kndelI renkrei in the Stnte llI1 efficacy 1 GO have been informed by Corn Meal per bushel sword in the cause of humanitj we abe lawyers say thedecision is sound scores of persons of the good results KO nor bushel Corn are nermitted to rejoice that the mid will be upheld by the Court of they have received from it and ShipstulF per 100 lbs 70 conflict has been brief and the looses a kiiow us vaiue irom me use oi it in ri my own household It is so pleas- - custom gnndinjr Wheat and Corn a Specialty though ve have had to mourn Si i sun Iid 11 mm we nave 10 puice u uiKtj grievous and important have been oeyoml the reach of the children Richard Wagner as He Was so ft w considering the great re ultj K J SCATLKHLKY For sale by J Y Uayle accomplished as to inspire us with The widow of Richard Wagner great gratitude and praise to the some time ago authorized her hus Â¬ An Honored Old Alan Liurl of lloits We may laud and bands lifelong friend Houston magnify His holy name that the1 Stewart Chamberlain to write with We take the following notice of 2 cessation of hostilities came so soon ner instance two articles on rue our lifo long friend Mr Thomas as to spaie both sides the countless Pergonal side of Richard Wagner Poynter from the Winchester Demo- sorrows and disinters that attend Mr Chamberlain undertook the trat Mr p0Yt4r tms been an protracted war u work nnd The Indies TTfinin- Jnnrnul uuiivai iimii uuuui Vjllli jiliiu gentle- - f invite all my fellow I do tiierelore secured the material The articles man for more than sixty years He Offer as well those at home citizens are singularly valuable in that they ias wou the heulb o- ixn vho kuew w ho may be at sea or and thone Yards have been enlarged re built re arranged It is the nearest give a complete picture of the man him by his quiet integrity and tin- point to eastern markets sojourning in foreign lands to set in his home and daily life and con- - swerving devotion to what lie viewed BEST DISTRIBUTION POINT EAST OP CHICAGO apart and ob ervo Thursday the tain much new matter while many ls the right In every contest be- - vl as a day of Washington 24th day of November and or tlie illustrations ana portraits have tween right and wrong morality in For Baltimorefor export cattle Philadelphia stock New York markets Good buyers and other to come always in National Thank giving never been printed There will be ami immorality he can alwavs be Commission firms give prompt attention to consignments attendance together in their several places ot i r i Sopt O H ALLERTOPJ JR Superintendent ir in mo ngnt sine couueu as uio woishipfora service o praise and How 710Wrote Nf- A Operas and Nover Selfassertive he commands for the inks to Almighty God the allmild- - thG irst ne wear n thp 0ct the admiration and love of all in his of the year for Sumber of tho green old age ness oAhe seasons and the fruitfulFor a Few Days Only rt Mr Thomas Poynter of Frank- Cinelnaatf Railway oil for continued pros- Â¬ neas of the Will Keep All lin county furnished a notable ex Â¬ devoperity of the people for the Mrs Dr Sebastian can be 0NTY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN ample of youth and vigor renewed tion and valor of our countrymen The United States Commissioners or extended as his friends watched consulted on affairs oi bus- Â¬ for the glory of our victory and the At CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT notified the Spanish Commissioners him at the reservoir last week rowim iness love or marriage hope of a righteous peace and t0 lA Aa n Kst i ii fnr Hotel uiuiim-uiiu-over tie hike wile us son J W Board of Trade which hi juiiuii aiiuiiuji 9 States would hold all the Philippine pyntei sat fishing at the opposite Frankfort Ky hasbrou ht u heretofore to safety iNotwithstanding uraciously con- - Islands and would assume only so end of the Doat mid iuiiior iiniv be ASK FOR TICKETS VIA F C RAILWAY much of the debt as was created for the four 8Wre ycaM Jllld slX a lame tinued in the years to come the betterment ot the islands Any foot tt srUMea right knee and a SOUTHERN Wm McKjnliy Signed part created for the suppression of norvous affection that enfeebles his Schedule of trains tu elfect Juno Ctli 18US RAILWAY the insurrection and for the benefit rint anni Mr Poynter bids fair to Proclamation Governors oi bpun would not ue assumed be the crack oarsiuau of Wiuuliw- AM lM pm IN KENTUCKY trains east Nolw No An adjournment of the Commis- - ter tuus Xeniplifying the scripture Thuraduy the 24th day of Xoveni Passer ailxiil Mixed -Schedule In effect May 1 1808 ber next is hereby set apart as a day Ion was then had until ye terday to tjmt they hhall renew their strength 7 00 vrmnkfoit 40 115 allow the Spaniards to reply to the they shall run and not be weary of thanksgiving and prayer 7 11 Elkliorn 4 11 135 kasthqunh NJL No 5 No 3 otL1- 1 50 svltr Ground 718 44 4J 210 4 05im 745im 7i0am they shall walk and not faint W O Uiiadlev LvluTivnio Stum pint BJ 72 7lm 909am 5 38pm At SliolHWtUo Omails 734 si 6IIJ ZM Governor OMam 03Umn 050pm Lureneobtr Georgetown HliB 5VT0 Burgess of Mdesburg Ar VerMillles 3 05 The Chief KUflam 852pm lOuupm Ar Newtown - yiii b17 UUnam V20jin 10 35pm says DeWitts Little Early Ar oxinuton The wolf of Pa CeiitiMillle 825 3i5 No 4 No No 8 Location of the Capital starvation Risers are the bet pills he ever used fjvwkstuouno hllibetli b30 345 howls at thu in his lamily during forty years of 84U 745am 4 40pm 505am Ar Pads Llxinnton 40U 506pm 527am doors of thou810am Versailles They cure constipa- Â¬ Ar LureneebB 8 35am 5 30pm 54 am sands of men house keeping Ar At the request of several friends I27am 6 10pm 82Jam who are well tion sick headache and stomach and Ar Shelby vllltAM JM V 31 A 31 50am 1055um 750pm we give herewith the provision of TRAINS WEST No21 No 4 NobrtNo8 to do and sur in size but Ar Louisville liver troubles Small Piissr Pnssr Passr 3i xed rounded by great in results Tyler Hemphill 2 5 and 8 curry Freo Observa Trains Nos Constitution with reference to the Ill plenty tion Chair Cais Paris 9 80 the location of the seat of govern- Â¬ 430 health in the WKSTUOUNO KlUubt th A Martyrs Death eastuouno 040 445 111 UlilJUIIl ment Centprvllle No 12 No H U45 C1 ft STATIONS 465 No 13 1N0U1 Z cases is starva- if Newtown JF3 510 Section 235 The seat of govern Â¬ JSmi V 105pm 740anvlv LouUvil Ar 750pm 10 55am don pure and 102X deoreetown 017 750 025 Col Geo E Waring the famous Kiiiiim D5iatn Ar LurncbrcAr 525 pm 8 25am Duvulls simple It 1043 C32 810 ment shall continue in the city of 72nprn 104um Ar IlaiotlsbtAr 4 10pm 735am i round Stain pine 1060 G30 820 J meaiih that sanitary expert who was sent to 7Jrpinl05Sum Ar UuikIii Lvl 4 30pm 725am fi Swltor Prank fort unlet removed by a vole of 1100 body brain 64J 835 WESTUOUNU tvW Klklioiu 1107 G50 850 nerve bone Havana by the Government to make EASTllOUKO each home of the FJKST twothiidtof 1120 710 010 and sinew are plans and arrange for the proper No 15 tNo 07 aTATioN8 NaJO itNcUSa Vr Knmkfort w which ASSEMBLY imnronerly or GENERAL 1055am 75tpn LlV JjUUl lYll iiVdUl for that city was stricken 4IPIU OOUam Ar Shelbvll il 0 27am a 0pm Ar Improper insuf- sanitation 5isiun convenes after the adoption of this inhiifficiently nourished 8 415pm 6 5pm ficient nourishment is starvation with yellow fever and was brought 715pm 10l6amlAr Verslles Ar 7 05am 338pm AM IFUANKFOItT AND CINCINNATI M lliosim Ar Midway Ar 45un Constitution am lM When a mans head aches it is because aprn Ar unortitu iv 715am 30pm 7K 43 Lv Fraukrort to New York City while the fever 7 lipui Ar 11 0 710 Tq firit General Assembly met the tissues of the brain do not receive- was still thought to be typhoid died KASlllOUNI WKSTUOUNO Ar- V uoreton Lv 1028 020 sufficient nourishment from the blood or reDO fi 31 Lv 5ioretuwii Arl 1028 G17 BTAT1QN3 No 8 ItNoa transacted its business and adjourned fNo ft tNo ceive impure and unhealthy nourishment 10 05 730 Mr Cincinnati Lvl 830 400 When a man pets nervous and sleepless it in the latter city on Saturday morn- - 74am IOSpmLv Loulsvll Ar o55am 750pm taking any action therefore without VorhUos A meaiih that the blood is not properly nour- - inpr loiam iiiiiiLv Nlcblvlll Ar 750am 50 ipm 4111pm con- Â¬ ishiiiff the nerves fl5Hnn When his skin breaks so far as the Legislatures are llim 7WpmAr 0 tily oxcopt Sunday A 0 Lv He was a man of splendid attain Â¬ llriopm Hupm Ar Klulunnd Lv 005am 3 5pm blotches 200pm uonneous with L cerned they cannot remove the seat out withmeans thatand pimples and erupAr Irvine N B oonnoo j the skin is beinir fed ments and character and literally loipmi tions it U Q No 3 with No STAlIONS upon the impurities of the blood Almost of government from this city 74lim 715pm fv Koulslllu every known disease is primarily due to died a martyrs death 10 Â¬ iTvvy feJt few iJW A COLLINS 3vain and St Olair Street i r W6ZMAkj Sa OYHL MILLS B iu j j j li I - L Weisenburgh Proprietor Frankfort Kontiuky i ff rinsDure uentra - EAST 2LISSXZ Superior Advantages to Shippers - I 10-3- - bklns lr j Â¬ nf ifvinniiriHp 4 lt i 305 2- - - I Av gyy s 1W4 x I Rather a Novel Decision A case of much interest to the legal pr ofCi sloil Was tried Saturday before Judge Carroll in tue Henry Circuit Court The Eminence Building it Loan Association by the directors made an assignment to W L llud The stock bon and W E Clubb Jioldors attacked the assignment thiotijili Attorneys Sachs Holland and Thome The court held after a lunglliy argument of eouii el that a building and loan tiisociutlon had no power to make an alignment that a properly managed building and loan association could nut bo insolvent and thorutipon the alignment was iyt aside Tho aainees wcmo re Â¬ placed In moved and the biihiut improper nourishment through the blood Dr Pierces which is the life htream Golden Medical Ihspovejy is the greatest s nnd purifiers It fives of nil edge to the appetite corrects all disorders of the digestion mnkts the assimilation of the life pivint elements of the food perleci invigorates me iiver jiromoiesi and excretion and vitnliein the whole body It makes fiuu muscular iletli hut does not make corpulent people more corpulent It cuu b 98 per cent of all eases of lingering courIib oronchiiil throat and which if iv irlecleri kindred affections It is the best of lesd up to consumption Kept by all nerve tonics and restorative nil medicine dvah r blood-miikt-r- The Old Maids Convention Ar Ar And oxtravaganti will bo given at the Opera House Friday evening Nov 11th at 8 pm Admission Â¬ Ar Aslunillo Ar Savannah r Iiuksouv lllu Ar Ibiiuauuoa At Atluutu At I hixliulou Knowille 45am lo 7 I5pi bApm 5 10am Tiani 115pm 5 Mum I5nm 720nml cioaiu 5 Ar JaekMouvllIu Ar IHimingliuui ClUlUlUKMMl At M iidiuH Nov OrieiuiH A No I uuriles IVeu Muon ujjftpmi 7 lupui 825iiin bloml 0Uunllioam C Hallway in connection with Queen Itouto forms he ipilrktitit imito Irom via Cincin- Â¬ nati a ill reel lino to tho I ist nod West U IIAHPEU 1O lOaEPll It NEWTON I riiKlort and 1arK tu tho south ami lieitlSupt U Orwiit he V Ot A J P A 25c 25c balcony 50c children Seats reserved at Uarretts on Mon day next and thereafter Some of the bast local talent wil be on hand Chairman of I wai titken ill in iMinmry i3 with lieiul Wayland Graham Convention Irof Hche iimi iwiin in my buck writer II Ouihli Secretary Mrs I Um of vi wait h J trw t TMoina Wh en Ik la iliKtur mill lit- cuiut tluee liiuf lie John H Stuart uil I wuh billoui lmt I kept Kitting- - worst I took a coiikIi mj thai I could nut sleep only by Street in Frankfort Scene living prupiml up in IhmI My lung liutt ma scone 2 Convention Hall and I got m poor lliu t wiih jul kltlu ami lioua I lliuuglit I wai goiiiK to ill ud two bottle Scene Uqiivoiiatiug Machine of Dr HrcenroltUn Medical DiacuMi mnl it inatlv Hie MMiiul and well It mw my ll M loiiti recitationand tableaux so vlll No ramudy relievoa coiiatiimtinn uyfelu bv he oltl maids from quickly mill i ffcctivuly m Dr Piaroca lanilld near lWuut Pulluto Tby never gripa 1 I - 113Piu llioinn 35 urn 1010am 1030am k 0 TlHi TAUliC loiaun lth olhl Vofitl IXliwum tlHreouiineotliM bull Train i urrymif itirouch Iulliiun Sluup inif Cur 10 li imiughum Meridian ami New or-ti-nana nl u iii ikita cltiiv tounejtloii at liiou Jauluouvlllu und iiudu for Atlanta lllUllhWUlt No Jeariloa IuUman Sleopur IouUvlllu to ChiiiluuiHik a und lriulnnmin uUo raxi nic ton to Ihi kmiin i lie via llol SjirlnKs AnIiuvIUu and luUiiiuu Uuiuii blunper Uuxliitftua lo Now Orlauua Dally oxcopt Siimlay STSdWIIT PATA A WllHDOH Lexington Ky JouUvlllu Ky J M UuiiT M 18UanNiNM Wuahliigton I U Waahhitflou DO 1 Clnlr oar houlavlllu to south Liwliiutoii H nukfort Sholbyvlllo Ar Louisville Lv JSili A M PM bslG 011 Tm 700 8KJ 1 No 2 1 PM W 10 01 11 00 0lt No NOIITH Lv Lniilavlllu ailBllUVlllO 2U lTA D a VlOM a T jM WATlJIlKUlA WtLslilntiton WilIlTAYlKACI Loulavlllu Ky lA Frunkroit Ar HaliiKtoa 1018 80 6m 0ou 7UI llilC 741 BlO - -- - - rwwwKVTwmmtwiwnmimwumimitimwmvnmnmmrnmmmmMMiiiuwvwcm wmnwmFmfimwimmmimMmmmm9mjmBmmmuMemavT9mmmmmmmTtTmmmntKmMwm 9 tsnc5i TJ isaffiasa ssckii GEfeca IsTl CZ 2S jrtwK cf trara RPffw MRSH MX i ia wSBzaaS KSHfflnSSTEJ SjJ rogjruitrtjUTrtiM4mutiiiMijmMr7wnwi Sll TJJLlSf Skirts Â¬ itwuunn u nRJUDTmjtnCKittM v womrn ijiti1 Dress Goods 100 yard for 1S in Venitian 100 yard for 4S in Baskets 80c yard lor 43 in Drap Deto in Crepon yard for 42 in Crepon 100 50e yard for 40 in All Wool Suitings worth G5c 50c yard for All Wool Plaids worth 50o yard for OS Cotton Goods 5c Peerless Silk and Satin Cloaks Waists and Suits yard for Greon Ticket Lonsdale Cotton 10 yards only to each pur chaser 3c yard for Heavy Brown Cotton 10 yards only to each purchaser 34c yard Best Blue Calico spools Best Cotton for 10c llemnants Best Percals oc yard 3 Makes you look gives your dress skirt the fashionable flare We are the ajjonts Ladies Cloaks Ladies Suits 375 up Childrens Cloaks 150 up S50 up Ladies Silk Waists perfect fitting and Call and see them well made Goc For ladies just received Ik very much astonished at its size Thanksgiving Ladies Home Journal is certainly immense for Boston Mass The Thanksgiving Ladies Home one who has been used to cities like Roundabout Editor of the on Journal marks the fifteenth anni- Â¬ insinuations no Frankfurt Ilnvinjr observed the interest you Frankfort Lexington versary of that widely read maga- Â¬ however always take in absent Kentuckians and other inland towns zine which now sells 850000 copies I thought perhaps you would like to Not satisfied with staying on each month and its editor reviews hear from even so humble a repre- Hermfirma and viewing tho city its past under the unique heading sentative of the great Commonwealth I went up on ton of the highest Fifteen Years of Mistakes reveal- as myself fl tto imnwutnivwinf lillilliim IIHJ 7on TTotol citflnfpfl lllir IliaJ hllllic 1U1 111 111IJJI u infill n ICII h UUllUillj lr IKtuJ I auj a Kentuekian from the near the old home place of Joseph and for its greater usefulness in the which is dear to Warren Blue Grass there obtained a future A page of illustrations ad and every true Kentucklans heart and magnificent view of one of the most mirably typifies Thanksgiving in I carry with me the ear marks of historical cities in the United States the Country and another of photo any State as proven by an old gentle as it bathed itself in rose tints from graphs is filled with suggestions for man 1 met on the streets of this the setting sun As the shades of decoration Ao for Thanksgiving great city whom I had occasion to evening thickened way off several in the Church The Anecdotal iiddre s lie said you are a Ken- Â¬ miles to the right could be seen Side of Mr Moody reveal the chief I said Right you are tuekian Uncttnn Tilil or PntnuiPO tn thfi IlinrsintprUtifS of HiHrrrrJiir WinnimliaJ How did J know haibotjaid here and there dotting in a succession of interesting stories He then said I couldnt tell by you no e or your the blue surface sailing and steam and My First Fight in the Jungle face but by your speech crafts of various descriptions that is Henry M Stanleys narrative of It would be a hard matter for one infested its waters On the other the first of his journeys into Africa so unsophisticated as myself to de- hand could be seen the dark outline How Richard Wagner Wrote His scribe my feelings when deposited of the Blue Hills and front and Operas gives the nearest clearest in this irreat city 1 had been tied back as far as eye could reach a and most interesting view of the for to my mothers apron string famous composer that has yet been mass of houses so long to be so suddenly cut loose The Boston ians as a people seem written In A Polish Fantasy is See the new last I was like a mariner without a to let nothing stand in their way told in a beautiful and pathetic story compass on an unknown sea Want- Â¬ Their great enterprising spirit is the early career of Paderewski ing to get some idea of the extent of manifested in the Subway a great 250 300 The first chapters of Mary E Wi- Â¬ 125 150 200 the city I took a drive with a friend piece of work that has been com lkins new serial are amontr the fi- up to 400 who was well acquainted with the pleted but a short time and an im- - tion features Miss Wilkins reverses place We drove for miles and mense depot that will be the the novelists usual order and makes miles you can well believe I was largest in the world costing up in ludicrous the mistakes of city people j in the country Another that will the millions when completed But the great climax of all the be followed with keen interest is HRSZZSrtOSIBKSSl good and great things to be seen in The Girls of Camp Arcady also Boston is tho Isew England Con- - beginning in the November issue servatory a school of the highest It is a sparkling vivacious narrative standard where learning and cul- - of four girl breadwinners who live The tore of this type is to be had It is together in a New York flat 7oc 100 150 200 up tc attended by students from every Minister of Carthage grows in in 500 state in the Union and has some terest and The Silk Lined Girl is Every- - a fascinating shoit piece of romance representatives from abroad All tin Nsw3sl thing is run in business like way There are innumerable useful prac- and Colors and the kindly interest taken in tical articles Of special interest to every individual by the Institutions women is Prize Dollar Dinners and for four people By The Curtis Pub Â¬ Director Manager Teachers lishing Company Philadelphia One Preceptresses is very marked How is this I Perhaps sleepless nights In my daily routine I have cer- Â¬ dollar per year ten cents per copy caused it or grief or sick- Â¬ tain hours for different studies and ness or perhaps it was care tho excellences of each of my teach- Â¬ Bears tho No matter what the cause A a Kind You Have Always Bought See tho Mens new last you cannot wish to look old ers are displayed in the interest they at thirty my progress in their line take in Gray hair is starved hair but I want to pay special tribute to 125 150 200 250 300 The hair bulbs have been Burglary deprived of proper food or tho mercurial Samuel R Kelly 350 up to 500 proper nerve force Grand Mogul of the School of Some sneak thief entered the house a man who is thoroughly Oratory of Mr Lafe Wells who lives on All the NEW SHAP S Ready enthused with his work musical and oratorical de Â¬ Lewis street on Sunday night last In the partments of tho Institution are while the family were at Church given many recitals concerts ami and stole a lot of lard meat and literary lectures by the best talent in other eatables together with a Our Clothing Stock or Men Boys and Children the forges anil hind No clue and no arrests tho land and every thing tends to skillet somest we have ever shown cultivate and arouse the ambition of In 1887 Mr Thomas Mcintosh of every student But every thing is Allentown Tenn had an attack of not study htudy all the time Wo dysentery which became chronic have recreation when needed or any I was treated by the best physi Â¬ East Tonne see without a time if It doesnt interfere with the cians In he say Finally I tried cure stu lies We have receptions in Chamberlains Colic Cholera and After u lng Which the director shares in tho fun Diarrhoea Remedy increases the circulation in o die boys anil show his interest in about twelve bottles I was cured the scalp gives more power W well For sale by to the nerves supplies miss- Â¬ our w faro and encourages us by his sound and vfeMv 50 YEARS Gayle ing elements to the hair pe ence EXPERIENCE bulbs My heart for one is full of grati-tu-l- e Used according to direcProminent Men Dead toward tho management and tions gray hair begins to of the New England Con Â¬ faculty CITY REAL ESTATE show color in a few days Mr Win Hyde a distinguished servatory lor the kindnev with Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and journalist of St Louis Mo died at whbh they have greeted me the color of early lite returns Yours truly Mt mH tin follow Uu tvtl iMKrt I iWIre his home in that city on Sunday Would you like our book TnADE Marks N Liniway Form ami iiuiisl Mr Hydes wife was a of the in Finnkf it fcUIUtl Im1oiUik to tin ivur Oct 10 Designs on the Hair We will gladly lilt Slimtltfl tUtvo Copyrights c An lntort In send it to you llen on ami she N a cousin of iirlik unilUMiM Rtiloufcon HinuIii tU iwu Mor Mis v ii tfluiue n hketth niul iloscrliitloii miiy ntr Had Eyes r Aw Judge W 11 Sneed of this city iir opinion froo whether mi omnmnlcji Wvito iMyiiUiituMi on rifortlif tminlitboutl Oct 25 M8 This city JJ--- Fall Now Ready zJJl j i0 i HP riitnhor 9 0 no Â¬ ALL THE LATEST S11D3 lfcHSnilBflfe n Gray Stas Shoes igC0RIEirhf Vigor DC Crutcher FOR SALE 11 I Co 1 1 Â¬ ijnra t vsl benefits you expected from the Vigor write the doctor about it He may be able to suggest something of value Address Dr J C to vou Ayer Co Lowell Mass If you do not obtain all the Thoe troubled with defective vis ion are reminded Â¬ stein the ontlclan will make his Kentucky river improvements regular monthly visit to this city on several yours died at his home that Dr It Gold- Â¬ Capt 11 10 Waterman lT S En gineers who was in charge of the Â¬ Urtvuili Illltoil Hint Mut Out I Ptto two stor f route risMetimt In mafiszm W Nov 8th St Louis Mo on Saturday Oct ii2 Tuesday and Wednesday week and will lie of spinal meningitis Capt Water anil iith of next man had many friends in this city at the Capital llotul toioi for on Mom fctrent uiul Ml tuu iirooorl in wmmI riiii wo m MlWl IUirl tolon 0iHtalUllloil tiMifintmt KIU l Hi attwla lllah troet mill noiu AlUj tt ui HlHtl it i Intivli uiul on eiliitou Iumiwj loiumiwit imonu Jly tlmintrl i U iilUiitttl Hiunlbook on Patents st luemyfor aeiurinit iMtents mint tree Piiumtd tuKin thnuuli Munn to to rowslva lfiil notlri with mi inuruo m win rWilr ylUlliu Scientific American oly lllustrHteil any wfluiiiitl wiu iHniuw iitrwr iviniri to Mill MiWHUMir inmuiHuiuH wiwu nriwwit i Ai jiOlTH Mui AUwlHUiriiirU ui ttmnvh uiliH OttiLti Co381BroaJttoyNewYork C tit p ttt Wuhlulon 1 ft 6iil tyil iournnl weekly Terms M u nnwailwUer lenient ou iA y HHnHHI oruiiruiaarinru mjiixnjxruijmnrumaruuirinnnj Si0 Sl E UK s TVlonev rilled Yours I Y Wb tlflGRt lolil 2f nrrniilnl R okot II K BgSZS SKSs tttti KtlFlllMl 2 vnv Uimnitcd To buy your wnlelie from us You cuii onsilv flguro for Notutir how much youll be in by comparing jirltn ii om mm ETiEfiH pllTAUK 1KB ilQMEi PSPIH Afx Klffiii IovpiniMils iGiitlcinnns Size l I fl Wt J Tliess are Samples of What Can Do You will find it interesting ami profitable to investigate our peerless assortment of solid gold and gold tilled watches as the ones illustrated are only a couple of the bargains we are ofiyring Uur stock is now filling up in all departments with holiday goods ISii 1S5 iir IV Sffinnnnwxnn A SELBERT Y Jeweler LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Frankfort Kv Dr DURRKTT WAREHOUSE Of No 544 Fourth Avenue Louis- Â¬ ville Ky will bo nt the Ciiitnl iioiei i rnniuort Ky 3S RELIGIOUS M C A NOTES Rev R L McOready rector Mr Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 430 pm Sunday school in the chapel at 945 am Ascension Episcopal Church Services Wednesday afternoon at 430 in the chapel All seats free and everyone cordially welcome Church Rev Adams the pastor will preach a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples Society will meet at 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 730 Class in Sacred Literature will meet M B at 11 prayer-meetin- g Baptist immediately after the Sunday school in the Chapel at 94o a m Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially invited a m and 730 p m Morning subject Enemies of the Cross Evening subject Common Hon- Â¬ esty Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 in the chapel Leader W Combs Furr Topic The Good Fight Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 715 Topic That Ye Bear Much Fruit Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 330 oclock Sunday school meets at U30 The public will be cordially wet corned to all these services and es peciallystrangers in the city Â¬ Christian Church Rev George Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 The first of the Popular talks on A in the Bible was given bv Rev au- Â¬ Crowe ir before an appreciative dience gathered in the Association An exHall last Sunday afternoon cellent theme had been selected by the speaker for his opening talk nnmniv The value and influence of the Bible and it is hardly necessary to add that he treated this subject in a very instructive and entertaining manner Popular Talk on the Another Book of Boolcs will be given to young men by Rev Win Crowe jr at the Y M O A Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock Subject Whence It Game In this second address Mr Crowe will give a brief and interesting account the of the historical development ofillusBiole using the blackboard to young trate important points Every know man in Frankfort ought to from what sources wo have received our present English Bible which oc- Â¬ cupies so important a place in the life of our nation and this service will afford an excellent opportunity to train sucli vaiuaoie mioriiiauuii Come and bring your clura Â¬ FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TODACCO I GOLDSTEIN t t cf - ii VvvirSHSVv W W w w w tf w wJ V H 4 fa 4 jt 4 y ifc yoj tractie features of this service AU to give in U tne upera nuu i n arr1 f loln nnv off thfi p veeh- - W1W 2ni n neavy aeoD wm i w Uireciors wure wuucu iu vwr from the second fiscal year ending Apriil flrht In view of this lactitis nifl thnh overv member will cheerfully of the Y M C A liici hftjirtv co- give to the oioo operation not only patronl mg the ertertainment himBelf but lso urg- ing others to attend Mr Frank Powell will conduct the Young Mens song service to night The at 8 oclock Theme Love Bible Training Class meets Sunday at 216 p m OtiR of the latest and best parlor games in the form of a ten pin alley has just been piacea in me BBuim- tion rooms and is attracting consid- erable attention -The proceeds Item th OM XbUd which the ladies oi tne Convention Y M C A Committee are planning and sueclal music are hibu ttemeiimeuiailiiivjhn uu uc n- - I Catholic Church The usual services to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass Vespers at 730 p m 10 am Rev J Â¬ THE POPULAR Sales on our ninrkci for the week f M tm just closed amount iOJOhhds with receipts lor the num- period of 3291 1 uesday and Wednesday FNov 6 9 UaJ v hhds Salus on our nun ccm suice Jan Returning onco ench month Eyea uary 1st amount to 90145 llids Sales if fr vfe ffrf ifa fc J examined and glnsses scientifically i 7 of the crop of 1896 on oii market to 4r adjusted r fa 4i 4 t gy f this dare amount to 73400 Ithdfl JllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirniiiiL Up to this date 118 hhds of new rit burley tobacco have been sold on our Cntly7s Cmucfon J meters ue t -0 aifytfctffi and of this number 51 hhds k market ust what a horse needs when in bad sold ut prices ranging from sS to 10 condition Tonic blood purifier and WMs per hundred armifucre Thcv sira not food hn The quality of the new burley be Lncdicine and the best in use to put a ing offoied on our market continues lorse in nrime condition Price 25 very common and generally in bad cents per package i u tw condition Him uiu prices oocainea o anH r not furnish a basis for determining Gayle Co will be current when the LeCompte what prices better crops come forward As the Change of Quarters season advances it becomes apparent that the damage to the crop by f houseburn and mould is much more Giocery Co The Blue serious than was estimated a few removed to Grass Duval Block have opthe weeks ago As regards the old crop posite Court VI i TI V the better grades of red fillers selling lowest prices house Fresh goods between siii inn ijH nivo been mnrn 4tf active and a little stronger thisweek vn VMv i urKii s- 9 Tne other grades remain about as Catarrh Cannotbe Cured they past r HAciiv rii LauinWiic H weeks X 1JA J The following quotations fairJv With local applications as thej can- Â¬ Y HWW TMiiiiiiuiiiimiuMiiiiiiiiiir burley tl J w w tb ifr fc not reach the seat of the diease 1RQ h -Catarrh is a blood or constitutional 4i4 J JJ klofdamairei t it disease and in order to cure it you 4 UUrt lOOaCCO it 4 4 4 i 50 0 OU must take internal remedies Halls 7 00 Catarrh Cure is Common Colory trash 5 taken internally and 444 4 4 tf 4 Medium to good color j acts directlv on the blood and mu- Â¬ 7 007 10 0ft 4 4 4 4 iir 4 4 z cous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is o not a quack medicine It was preX n - noi in uw common nZi u uoiory i ur8 scribed by one of the best physicians arc medium t0 good colory in this country for years and is a reg- Â¬ J vu ular prescription Ha It is composed of risi 14 00 Common to medium leaflO OOS1 tho best tonics known combined with 14 00 16 00 the best blood purifiers to good leaf acting di- 16 OOfa 18 0 Good to fine leaf rectly on the mucous surfaces The 18 005 26 00 perfect combination of the two in- Select or wrappery ORLEANS produces The editor of the Evans City Pa gredients is what in curing such won hi connection wltli the Southern Iuclllc derful Catarrh Globe writes One Minute Cough bend for results testimonials tree Cure i rightly named It cured my Through Weekly F J CHENEY CO children after all other remedies Toledo O failed It cures coughs colds and flQT Sold by Druggists 7oc nil throat and lung troubles Tyler Tourist Sleeping Car l Â¬ L- 4 h b fcl fc b ir lVlz h t- f1 S45 t i I Â¬ I ten 4 I f 4i nm61VV ir h 4 44t 4 4z Â¬ 1 PALIF W NEW I via i pastor will preach at 11 a m and and 730 p m Snnday scnool at u4D a m Candidate For Representative Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 p m in Sunday school room Prayer meeting Wednesday evenIn another column we announce ing at 730 Mr W E Thompson as a candidate for Representative of Franklin county Methodist Church Rev T F in the next Legislature subject to Taliaferro the pastor will preach at the action of the Democratic party 11 a m and 730 p m Â¬ Sunday school meets at 930 a m at the coming primary Mr Thomp Epworth League convenes at 045 son is an excellent gentleman p m in the ladies parlor Prayer meeting Wednesday evenSick headache biliousness consti- Â¬ ing at 730 p m stomach The Pastors Aid Society will meet pation and all boliver ntul cured by quickly at 3 oclock each Wednesday after- troubles can using those inmous nine puis kuowm noon at the Church Official Board meets Tuesday even as ue wins Little Early Risers They are pleasant to take and never ing Hemphill The public cordially invited to ft gripe Tyler Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Presbyterian First McClusky Blayney Church D D the Hemphill Horse Lost Cuba Leaving Clncinniitl ntul Loulssillo on I C It R lust New Orleuns Liinlivd triiln A small bay mare four years old got loose in South Frankfort Monday The order night and lias not since been heard Fi tab ugh Lee to move his corps to of Will pay a liberal reward for her Cuba The first troops will be landed return or such information as will to get her or ViKnitno irwl WiiMirrv liiiiniia ntul enable us Mangan Darnell t 22d will take place November Frankfort Ky Every precaution is being taken to 8 tf provide proper camping places with due regard to sanitation so that sick- Â¬ ness and disease will be avoided is much as possible This wonder- Mothers ful remedy will save your Well Again and Promoted childs life when attacked 4 by Croup or Whooping- has been issued for Gen LVcRY THURSDAY iiKCles ami Sun For Los Francisco without limine Tho Limited also connects at New Orleans daily with Express Train tor the Pacific Coast and on Tuesday and Satunlaja with the y S0H8ET LIP11TED ANNEX Dr Bulls kiIltt vOUkII It never falls to cough cure throat and lung troubles special through of tho Southern raclllc service 10 aaniriincihco rarucuiart 01 Attnts of the I OK It and connecting lines t HATCH Dlv Hiss Agent Cincinnati O JNO A faCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis A rdk V A W H HANSON fl A KELLOND Ao Chicago a Louis 111 jVfU Da Price 25 cts tend For Sale Southern pRESBYTERiANCHftcn A Rev Calvin N Caldwell a returned V Missionary from China will preach nnnilitinn at 11 a m and 730 p m 7 ni Sunday school at 930 a m Young PeoplesSociety of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m Prayer meoting Wednesday even ing at 730 To all these meetings the public is cordially invitod 1 mnn Himn Aiinlv to J Tn C Bulbs Try my Hand Loaded Smokeless out and who was blown up whih Powder ShelK Ileadquarlers for placing mines in a river at a South- Â¬ Guns ammunition of all kinds J CMAhTJN ern port has entirely recovered 7 lm t0 CnrfUl lie his IPrfpnt promoted to Major in the reg Mnstin b ulararmy Not only so hut he has won ft fair wife in a Miss Hale of nniANnTHEOLDRl Chicago Lieut W W Harts who was in charge of the improvement of the Kentucky river when the war brok e mjQH BEST TRAINS -- UkS Frazer Axle Grease TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Revenue Tax Collected TOfflBr otrr WllLiEVERYyjnrotiu RTWicEAr JfNY Uin wmStt Pacific Coast 4 Trustee Jas II Polsgrovo to fill vnoancy Deacons if II Roborts Thos 13 Kennoy and J B LqwIb For Autumn plunting to bloom Officers Elected At tho annual in your window garden meeting of the Fhst Baptist Church during the Winter or for Wednesday night the following on officers were elected for the ensuing your lower bods in tho year Spring Hyacinth Tulip Cro Moderator W II Posey cus Jonquil Nnrcissus Assistant Modoiator Rev M B Adams Jliinoso Sac rod Uly and Clark Mcllono Rhuidi any other variety of Treasurer V II Ilogo Assistant Treasurer J E Kirtltiy Bulbs desired Treasurer Bonovolont Fund -- Sam S Shopherd Fur Sale at Tho following wore olootod as per ofllcors manent Drug Store Â¬ Deputy Collector Jacob Hwigert collected internal revenue taxes dur Â¬ ing the mouth of October on 183 barrels of whisky containing 7M 881 7 10 tax gallons and 8127817 amount of tax Afternoon Tea VKt m Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska eiack Hills VIA AiKSi Averills Main St Opposite City Hull The ladies oi tho First Presby terian Church will give the first of a series of Afternoon Teas this Satur day afternoon at tho nsidoneo of Judge W II Sneud coruor bhelby and Todd btreels ISvory ody in vitod Â¬ I Manufactured Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair pRAZER LUBRICATOR CO V K XRYITJ St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS CHAIR GARS M HOWAF1D Tactoriei Chclano SL Louli New York 1 RUQQ TRAV PASSf AQENT tiT LOUIS MO ELLIOTT QENL MQU 6T LOUIS MO Jim LW WAKELEYaENLPA8SMAQT8TLOUI3lM9 J Total Registration I I sir I TO MRU go on using your 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 If you liave it Â¬ Â¬ T uO EinSTT1 JOHN OXjIE BUCKLEY our new one Mr C W Utter luck atnl fain y and evtend to them a fPhi fnllnwinir is Him rp lllt nf the hearty welcome M s Ola Hawkins spent last week registration which occurred on Mtla wa ruatlVLM near B iison dayOct 4 with the party affiliation This vicinity is very dull at present Couldnt somebody give us fcc 55 n s h a social or have a wedding a Jut i s little up - a3ss s r anything to someone us will nuke a - IVrhup- - if cheer PHKCIhOTS start others will do likewise Voglers Zilpah Bridge Court House Market llou e Gaines Stable Gas House Bellepolnt Ub 3j 42 W bS 100 1A 122 117 3 6 2 U U 1 15 30 19 27 20 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 J47 1U Id 13b 21 i Mr John hi- - YV Gault is quite ill at - on Walker- We atv very glad to see that Mr be out again Fok hunting and coon hunting 1 8 031 12 529 US TotlsT 1JJ saiin to be meat amusements lor 49 5 00 Recbitlldalt 9 34 1 sinii of our neighbors 133 715 13 13J 8 1 14U8 We just siy to one and all watch Gruud totals a- - pray The registration last year was as a well - It C Crockett spent Wednes Â¬ Mrfollows H day night with her daughter Mrs 5 2 2 2 2 Will llawkin- - at Fleetwood r Pjucinlts p Mis Siinie Head - the earliest riser in this community 1 i 0 4 Ui 7U 2b 4j 0 a 0 0 2J7 Si John Dmley h able to t I Vomers Bridge Court House Market House Gaines Stable Gas Ilotiso Bellepolnt Totals 1C9 7b 114 82 142 212 4d 843 112 150 130 126 145 13 42 820 8 21 19 4 0 1 o LS 23 30 19 11 8 21 11 145 1 3 31b 0 0 1 I 8 0 11 0 0 0 it 2bJ 2s2 -- 21 322 73 107 0 0 Mr Blackburn Hawkins holds to his job longer than some one prophe- Â¬ sied Thats right Black dont let a Okiolc little Irost scare you Bob Moute of La Fayette Ind savs that for constipation he has found DeWitts Little Early lliser to be perfect They never gripe Tiy them for stomach and liver tumbles Tyler tV Hemphill Red Hot U 19 below on registration It will be seen that each pirty tell as follow JlOo 1 1 Republican Democratic National Democratic Populists Non Coin mittal U Quite a number to report on the sick list Among the inany are Mr Lee Cook and wife Babe Harlow son of Mr E J Harlow also the wife of Mr Joe Stivers of Scrabble Miss Nancy Dowder returned We have this falTthe most complete line of heavy shoes we have ever shown Jt is not necessary to add that you will from a weeks visit to Mr G D Moore and family near Eminence not find elsewhere as good a line at as Monday cheap prices Mr T C Poole and wife and Mr Frank Sheridan and wife weie guests of Mr C W Perkins and family Sunday last Mr J W Moore and wife were A ladies genuine Kangaroo calf in lace or button coin or com the guests of Mr Dan Ilockeiisniuii monsense toe Protect the feet from mud and cold and are and family of Ilatton several days as soft as kid the past week Rev Jep Perkins and family of Ilatton were the guests of Mr C V Perkins tuu family Sunday Mis Sue Barkley of YVaddy was A mans plow shoe that will wear equal to those you usually in our midst the past week pav 150 for Mrs Nannie Deakins of Bagdad wasthegueot of Mr- - Sarah Moore one day this week Mr Thos Cook of Bridgeport at- Hard to wear them out tended the bedside of his brother The heat brogan made Mr Lee Cook last week who is con- lined to li i room with typhoid fever Also Mr John Cook his brother of Pleasureville was present We are glad to ee the enlaige- - A mans extra high cut shoes that is a genuine bargain at the meats of the Rouxdahout office price which has added so much lomfort aswellasconvenienceto its occupants Long may they enjoy the comfoit obtained therein Hurrah for the WORK SHOES 15G 125 j j 15C j i j Prohibitionists Rouxdaholt - f- - Mr AV B Ilaldeman came out in o01 Total an article in the Courier Journal and Times a few day- - -- ince in which be Louisville Pike made a personal a sault upon Mr Jtichaid W Knott editor ot the Po t which was so outrageously dis riihAYr Lirnul was a grand success indeed and will Bro Uichard W Wallace pastor graceful that it has brought forth a be a fortune to all who invest in tho of the Bridgeport Christian Cuurch card in reply which just literally stock He fed his hens sawdust and night until Hays Ilaldeman alive spent trom Saturday sot fifteen eggs The hen hatched Monday at Dr Crutchers He con Â¬ Haldeman posed as the benefactor thirteen curious looking chickens ducts Twelve had wooden legs and the erMces every second and So fourth Sunday and is always pleased of Knott and claimed that Knott other one was a woodpecker was his protege After the reading heie is a place for huge returns to haea large crowd So and fall Judge Mnoie and wife and also of Knotts card the shoe is clearly on shy your caster to get two in nmksa tens for their daughter Mi s Katie visited the other foot Any one who knows Hete is a plate relatnes at Benson on fcumiay last Knott realizes that he is a buzz saw five screw driver and monkey w rench thrown in CLOSU OlUsrRVKR What has become of Albert Hull utterly fearless whore he believes We dont see his bright and -- inilinir himself in the right The Races face in our community as olten as we used too Come back again Bertie For Rent dont like and it Miss Katie R A large crowd was present at you any more I will give you Theie are lots of Front mom on Wapping street the track Thursday afternoon another girl Apply to to witness four good races furnished or unfurnished others up here Mus II II Watson The first race a half mile Mr B D Tracey and wife of 8 4t Casey county are spending a few dash and was won by Holts days at Mr S M Tuueys Try tho Capital Steam Laun Â¬ horse in 5S seconds We were very sorry indeed to lose dry for a clean shirt or collar The second race one fourth our old neighbors Mr A B Branch lG tf mile was won by Ringolds en Â¬ and family but are sure we will like Telephone 17 try in 20 f seconds i Â¬ i The best boot ever sold for the ptice Well Catchem here is something fishing or picking black that heats berries So lets invest a small sum andsecuiea fortune The kind of inw tment we want to put our money i to secure this fortune is A kip boot that will keep soft all winter and is as near water Â¬ known as the cuiious chicken- - A proof as leather can be made man on Deer cieek has these curious Come and see our Klondike lials made especially for t lie mud chickens The experiment he tried Â¬ 200 212 SI Clair St For Rent Frankfort Ky HOUSES AND LOTS Â¬ aaaaBEMuaaBBasaaaHBKnmaHai That de iranle two story brick res Kentucky Avenue idence No o West Side known as the Lewis Terms low Apply to property AT COMMISSIONERS FRANKLIN W L IKNCK O 1 SALE JB Lnwis KouxDAnotT otlice Wanted CIRCUIT COURT II UMMHIIj AC P C Sow O B ami it vs fc Conso Co lilanleise equity The third raco one half was won by Traceys entry in 1 minuteTho fourth raco one fourth mile dash was won byHingolds entry in 20 seconds A gentleman and wife or two gen- Â¬ tlemen to occupy front room up stairs with board Desirably lo- Â¬ cated on Third street South Side mile Apply at this oluce S tf Ac vlrtua ot tho julcineiit rendered In the above cause at September Term ltSlW I will sell at publ c sile to the highest and best bidder on H RMMUrf ITovembar At the Courthouse door In 7 1898 pituvtpeHoresjiqL Tne B tarter was A Kirtley raKwTJl TfW flnP mKanssM i mMww all Dont wear your working apron all the Hjiffl Do tme ts n Poor mauagement cleauiug with sn i III and you can change yonr working clothes for resting clothes early in the day It saes time work ami worry turgebi pacKagc greatest economy Tim CUicuyo TtilJrTffrFVnW N K lHlHIUNK COMPANY lloatun New York St LonU rtaUudcliiUlu Tm T Mm mWn lliul Stophens Clip Williams Nelson Alloy ami Polk South The bookmakers had a good day not a favorite landing first money Theie will bo races again next Thuibday and an excellent program will bo furnished all loN el s ol the sport Tho Judges Bears tho Biguaturo OASTOBTA j Iuid miiu You FOR SALE BY Have Always Bought R g ROGERS itti i SONS Kentuik between the hours of 111 oclock a m and a utlock p in on a credit or ti 12 a d 18 months In equal In tallments the folk wins piopeit or so much thereof as ma be neewsary to MhojsjJIJW theaiiiouiit ot the debt Inter Â¬ est audiost her lit to wit IkBliitilMKatasto letiutir utthejiiortheist In In tfisfctloii or lllli and Wllkersou stieutt biuilxfitrt K thence Willi the t t Uiu ot WHUer on stieel til teet moie or less to tho i tst line ni iou Kowiers ht thence eistwardl and it i tit hill with her Hue 100 rea thence M leer moru ueirl at rklit angles southwudl or leis in a point m the noi rh Hue ol 11 I1 stroat UHl feet Ironi the Intel sectl n with Wllkeisou stieett ieme estw irdl with lltll leet lot teet t tn bel i dun Hiu th lorn ulshloitui b dl u cted to sell siil I priOurt In lots a mid olf on the III ip til- - I lth his iiiiHtut division eleven lots n ail all ol vlilch ftout on Wllker ou sticet and itii buv HO feel except lint lot No 7 is not sn wide at the tviras titeotuei Kusallthe others Lots itoitt on said nt rout the ol belli sqii ue lowliitt widths No 1 AH j leet No i feet No t Jlle tNo 1 J JI stent No A 10 0 JOteet I iielitNo 7 No h No a No JU rtltd No 11 e ten ft nit 1118 reel Iutcitaser to Kit bond with good and sufti wnt ktiret luinui Interest trom date to have t loiceuinlelle tola replevin bond V llfil Will l I untlll ill Mm be usivel oi th projMrt ptucliiiM ituine U paid W II IMKV liutorcmuiiikiiioiiyiv th clt ot Frankfort To k - linn iSffir of 0t W u MH 1 8 1 ujjjuiu mjjijMiuimjl nimiiiiiiiimni I wiiih mMiwilipinniliwil ill nil liiiiiimiiwiiinniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii wjwi4iiMitiiiiiMiWjmiiumjmjiiiiiiiiiinMi hwummii iimwumu unmwi If m HmflHsa m wzsm JMMliaiMMMULltUJJlJ sy HMiJlMIliHIIUllLljmtraBeegltKJJttaMCJilT IIXH s -- cq 1111 agog community of and a sale today which is destined to We will recog lition and enormous patronage by sheer force of merit We will make prices so A sale that is bound to secure low that you will be compelled to buy prices that only the Louisville St re can offer prices to suit tlr masses Weask you to compare the figures quoted below on exactly the same merchandise advertised by others As we buy in immense wholesale quantities for our ma y 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 ar oiling 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 and Shirtirg Prints at lc yard 10 yards for 10c This is for one week only and only to customers making a 5 purchase Louisville Store Grand Fall Cheap Sale at theFrankfort surrounding country set the start illHn Umi MLUJUIlilHiWHn IHIJ lEZRIOIES Onr be Hoosier Unblonched ynrd wide 12j centFlnnnblettescut to 8c ynrd Good Strnw Bed Tick 5o ynrd ynrd Cotton only Our best heavy G cent Unbleached ynrd Honvy Feather Tick cut to 12c ynrd Fancy Dress Goods 10c yard c wide Cotton Our best G cent Blenched ynrd wide Cot- Â¬ Fnncy Sergep 85 cent grnde 28c 48 inch Black 50c Dress Goods cut to 2c ton Our best 8 cent Lonsdnle ynrd wide 6c All wool Fancy Dress Goods 40c grade ZEOIES Children flue Jackets 135 np Ladies tine Jackets fiorn 150 up Bc Ladies line Capes 98c up Oar Clonk stock is the largest we ever brought on and during this sale will siivm you money Childrens Eazy Waists cut to 19c cut to 2Uc Hair Pins lc paper Best Apron Giughnm Wo bought thb entire stock of n skirt Childrens Vests and Pants 19c piece Good Shirting Cotton oc LndSes 85c Rib Long Sleeve Fnll Vests manufacturer going out of business Good wide Cnnton Flannel Come and see the skirt we will sell you to 23c and Pants cut Extra Heavy Cnnton Flannel 7jo at 125 its a beauty Wo have Dress All wool Flannel red grey white only Mens Fnncy Percale 75c Shirts in this 8iilo nt 39c Skirts us low as 89c 15c ynrd Mens 1 White Puff Bosom Shirts in this To close out a lot of Childrens Tnm Good Red Tnble Linen llc ynrd snle ar 43c OShauta Caps take your choiee at 23c Good White Table Linen 23c ynrd 10 4 Unbleached Sheeting tor one week Mens Heavy U5 cent Drill Drawers cut to Childrens Fancy School Cap only 25c Childrens Wool Hoods onlv TW lJc only 12c ynrd Skirting Flannelette double width 10c yd Ladies Zephyr Fncinntors in all shndes To close out our Shirt W lists handsome Plaid Waists only 20c only 19c Your choice of our best brnnda Indigo Mens heavy Socks 4c Blue Fnncy Second Mourning Tied Good Heavy Bed Comforts cut to 49c Ladies Black Hose 4c Good Blankets cut to 49c only Shirting Prints for one week Mens Suspenders He Infants Fancy Cloaks from 79c up We handln only the beat brands Ladies Muslin Underwear wny less than Three spools CinrkV 0 N T Thwul 10c jard Fancy Outing Cloth Two spools John J Chrks for 5 cost Ynrd wide 10 cent Percale 7 c ynrd THIS 7E2SZ 4c lc 4c lic tc Our Millinery Department commands your attention wo have Trimmed Hats from 95o up Our prices are the low est in the city Thee Shoe prices are the lowest wo hnve Buy your shoes now eTer quoted Lndie line Cloth Top Shoes cut to 119 worth 250 Ladies tine Button Shoes Dongola Kid cut to 98c Lulieline Henvy Shoes in Calf and Grain en to 90c In Taut tl if Kid Shoo cut to 23c Childrens Grain Shos for hchool wear cut to 59c Boys Comuiihh Calf Shoes only 89c Mens Horivy Working Shoes only 98c Mens Fine Shoo- only 98c Mens and Boys Boots at prices to t uit the closest buyer We arc cutting prices on Clothing for this sale Never have you the opportunity to buy clothing so cheap as this Â¬ - szs Specu Al 1 Mens good serviceable Henvy Suits only 279 Bojv good serviceable Henvy Suits only 149 Childrens good serviceable Heavy Suits only 98c Mens Jeans Pants only 49c Mens Overcoats line 279 up Mens Cssimorc Pants only 89c Boys Knee Pants 19c Mens Corduroy Pants only 8149 Mens and Boys Cape Mackintosh worth 250 we will place our 325 Ticket on them for one week This is an excel Â¬ lent bargain and you should not let the opportunity slip by Just thiuk 125 tins mall price for a good mackintosh -- Â¬ week 30 dozen Ladies White Hem htitclieJ Handkerchiefs cut to 4c Mens Fine Handkerchiofscut to 5 and 8c Hundreds of Choice Bargains which lack ot newspaper space prevents further quotations LOUISllILB A URBANSKY Come early as these low prices will pack our store fruin morning until late at night sesH K Btz tasLitsm CO Props ST CLAIR STREET A L LEVY Manager 1 VWtUfHCMiCT1atfclgVWy TMattlleiuliiS FRANKFORT Teachers NOVEMBER Association 5 1898 The Teachers Association of the Bridgeport Material District will be held at Bridgeport on the first Saturday 5th tiny in November lUOGltAM Invocation Addnss L D Stacker Rlioivse It A Hancock NVelcoine Select Read ing OIiss 321 kr SpaulParticiples and Infinitives Prof Diseased by Mksis J 13 Scrcst and Katie Bodgors Fannie T learn The Responsibility of the Cential of B Secrest Normal College Waddy Ky Recess Music Selection by Miss Kinma leach-er--LrorJ P Physiology and HyeicMi Fend lev Di cued by L 1 ReHliitlon-M- i-s Stelb Wilmnr C Â¬ bunker and Mis- - Emma Hamilton Rhoncls Address Prot Mcllcnry Solo Mi ft Daisy Hughes NOON Miss Naughty Zell Recitation Anna Huguely of Kicbmnud Ky MUh Prudence Primary Work Brawner Ford Address Col Thos B Music ipht in Christmas Recitation Rebecca Mi the Negro Qimrtcr Secresr Waddy Ky Closing remarks by Jh solip God be With You Till Wo Meet Again R A Hancock Pros An Enterprising Druggist There are few men more J M awake and enterprising than Gayle who spares no pains to suciue line thehcxtof everything m his now Jo for his many customers has the valuable agencv lor Jr Consnmp Kings New Discovery for This h the tion Coughs and Colds wonderful remedy that is producing such a furor all over the country by Jt abso its many startling cures Bronchitis lutely cures Asthma Hoarseness and all iif factions of the at throat chest and lungsget Calltrial a above drug store and jU bottle free or a regular sie lor cents and SI Guaranteed to cure or price refunded Â¬ rawiiMmnwmiBtioiMiiiMiwiMininiitiiiiiin4iitiwiitiwiwiMiniiiiiniwiniiwminiMiMiniMiiu9iHwnBHMiif Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky DeWitts Witch Ilnsscl I the iinest preparation on the 1 m HSftHFim A fb So writes John for nilps below will be found list Try remaining unclaimed afor of letters V Vn C Dunn of Wheelimr the week it and you will think the same It ending1 Nov 5 1S98 X nl o cures eczema and all skin a HlghGrad In America that Alexander Isaac Kellogg Co A N I We will wager 8500 to ourno blcyole manufacturer on which has Is producing a prloo ct Hemphill Tyler 1S98 American Special been placed Bicycle eflunl BiggerstaffWmP Levin E E 935 and is ottering to the general public to all alike Further that our Barnes E V Monban Mrs Thos Bridgeport Barkel F A McChesney S L Bennett Mrs Rosa Oiidge Mrs Maria Olark Mrs Mattie Rice Joseph rDJILAYKD LKTTKHl Oonners Mrs Ann Ralph Miss Ella is still puny Mrs Ilieatt Grue Geary Rake Miss Emma Mrs JoeParrent is on the sick list Gordon Hampton Smith Buck Gaharfc Margaret Smother Miss Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money i Mr Coiy Crocketts family are Graves Martin Lillie keep them Hamilton Chas well once again Just Sargent Major W Z Wn Amnlrra nn trnvnllncr mun lraim no nrnfinslvo circulars unll nnr nntlrn nntniit n tha J Henderson Lena Ward Bessie stirring and youll be all right riders for cash only have no bad debts therefore can sell KIOVCLTCS 10U ier cent the United States We nover deceive the public No j Johnson Frank Wiatt Mrs Annie J cheaper than any manufacturer inbloyclcs Mrs R C Crockett spent Wednes Jarrett J II are sent subject to approval without anv ndvanca j one oan succeed in so doing Our We expect to sell 15000 bicycle In 1898 and we only want to make 100 caoh whatever our village day in Any Persons calling for any of these let- 5 We much prefer to sell 15000 at aprotltof 8100 each than 1000 nt 5 each dont pricei j I above ours made by other concerns are made so by extravagant expenses and let any- Our school is getting along finely ters will please say advertised 5 one convlnco you that you should pay for extravagances and bad debts of others Buy of All delighted with the teacher j S B Holmes P M SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE the maker and save your money Mr Joe Parrent has the boss AMERICAN MACHINE COA1PANY Columbus Ohio gourds Just save me one and Ill ANNOUNCEMENT lillailMltllIMIMlailMIMIIMIIMIMIllIMIlIMIMItlIMIMIMIIHIllliIMIMIMIMIllIOIIalaiCailNlallt 3ijr come after it some day Mrs Crutcher and daughter visitWe are authorized to announce ed Mrs Dr Perdue this week Capt T J HARDIN of Owen Mrs Will Hawkins visited her county as a candidate for Congress in this the 7th Congressional Dissister Mrs Parrent this week trict subject to the action of the Re We are having beautiful weathor publican party 49 tf white frost and warm days Rev Win Crowe jr preaches How to Look Good every Friday night at the Presby Â¬ terian Church at this place Now Good looks are really more than we think you all who appreciate a good sermon and want to build up skin deep depending entirely on a the church will certainly go Dont healthy condition of all the vital Jf the liver is inactive you forget to take your pocket books to organs help us get a stove Remember the have a bilious look i I your stomach is disordered you have a dyspeptic nights are quite cool without fire look if your kidneys are affected you How delighted we are to have Dr have a pinche look Secure good Built on strictly scientiiic principles and of the highest rade materials Perdue and lady in our village health and you will surely have Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can we do it Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Type- Â¬ Wish him great success good looks Electric Bitters is a writer Trust result in an honest product at an honest price Any Old Man good Alterative and Tonic Acts You need a typewriter It adds tone to your business and is the directly on the stomach liver and greatest timo and labor saver of modern time The Blickens kidneys purifies Mihs whole wheat Hour is not pimples blotches the blood cures derfor is the only high grado machine at reasonable cost and boils and only health giving hut is more gives a good complexion Durable Portable Visible Work Interchangeable Typo Un- Â¬ Every Jl tf palatable than white flour varying Alignment Unexcelled MauifoldorNo Ribbon Nuisance Sold at J W bottle guaranteed The only typewriter receiving highest award at Worlds Fair Jayles Drug Store 50 cents per Greatly improved since Adopted by the Western TTnion Tele Â¬ For Representative o bottle graph Co BSrSend for catalogue and testimonials Wo iir- authorized to announce Mr W K THOMPSON as a candidate Representative of Franklin lur county subject to the action of the Democratic primary election to be held on Wednesday December li8 125 E Fayette St Baltimore Jtfd 018 F St N V Washington D O lSDS 10 2m s iawj 1750 dmmi inwifsritJs AT f tm Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - The Henierson Route E EE0Ss Gen Agsnt A Grand Social Success i 3Z1ST X inSTE3 iiwiminummHMM BETWEEN from 8 to Division Xo 1 An Â¬ 12 oclock cient Order of Hibernians threw open their hall and gave one of the ino t delightful Imp- of the season Admission could only he gained by special invitation and about 25 couple enjoyed themselves for over Dr Miles nEADAOnEcurert hi20 mlnutesby druggist Lunch was served at four hours Ouocout udobo At 12 oclock and alter trippmi the Health and Hygiene light fantastic for a half hour longer the happy young people W Bonder ot Ioui Mm Mary each and every one dispersed ville will lecture in the parlor of the acknowledging that they had spout afternoon at a Capital Hotel this one of the nioht pleasant evenings oclock II will The A or Frankfort are in- of their lives All the ladle Thoro will hu no give sevoral ontertaininenth during to attend vited the next four weekfe 10 clwrtfo for the loeture La Monday evonin Louisville Evansville AND ALL POINTS St Louis JACOB SWIGERT 4 CO - WKST NOHTinVKST k SOUTHWEST Â¬ The only line running throo double daily trains to Evansville without change with high back ooaoboa and parlor car The direct lino to St Louis running two double daily trains with high back seat coaohoa and Pullman slooporH through without N chango Tiokols on sale at L olllco this city For information as to rates routo sioopmg car berths otc call on A V Bite agonl L N R It or uddroHB B L BRYANT TPA II O McmnuH Asiit JLgerrts l33LS-uram-c- e 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Dasninnn QP A the Capital Hntcl