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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - ft I Jail GKEO RANKFORT ROMDIBOUT A A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12 TERMS 100 In AdvanceNO - VOL XXII Kor Uib It uiulnbiut JFRANKFORT KY 1898 U Qculus and the World They walked together ut tho noon- Â¬ day hour And vlewd tho heauty of tho ver Â¬ The azure sky tho distant hills the dant fields llowr all all that Beside their path nature yields Of beauty to the passing eye with powr Akin they didst behold But thore A something more beyond the leafy bower For when he raised his hand and pointed overhead I see no Behold the distant stars she said Btars HHF Another Good Citizen Dead conceals On Tuesday morning at 3 oclock Mr John W Gault died at his home in this county nged about 6G years Attempted Assassination Thousands of persons have been cured of piles by usinr DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly While Mr J Sam Long was lying and cure ecema and all skin dis ease gives i in mediate relief on the counter of his store on Todd It street South Side on Siturday Tyler Hemphill morning just about daylight some one fired a pistol shot through tho Serious Accident Narrow Escape window the ball just missing Mr Mr A G Morris of this city was Long passed clear through the house in Georgetown on Saturday and had Parties passing about the time occasion to go to the third story of a heard the shot and saw some one storeroom and started to come down running away but itVastoo dark to stairs There was an elevator shaft distinguish who the man was open which was undergoing repair Mr Long is puzzled as he dos and in the darkness Mr Morris not know that he has an enemy walked into the shaft there being County Court Day no gum d rails and fell through to the cellar bruising and straining his right leg and back very f everely Monday was county court day and Medical aid was summoned and his there was an unusually large crowd injuries attended to present The wonder is that he was not There was considerable stock on instantly killed He was brought the market and we hope to have the home that night and is doing as reports of the sales made in time for nicely as he could expect thjs issue Commisioner Posey made several The Best Plaster sales of real estate ut fair prices Â¬ The Chief Buipess of Milcbtirg says DeWltts Little Early Illsers are the bet pills he ever used in his family during forty years of housekeeping They cure Constipa tion sick headache and stomach and liver trouble Small in size but great in results Tyler Hemphill Pa Curious Freak of Nature Railroad Engineer Testifios to BonofUo Received From Dr Miles Remedies Mrs Judge J II Lewis sent to our office on Wednesday a curious freak of nature It is a large ear of corn with six smaller ears growing around the lower end in such shape as to give the exact formation of a human hand as though someone had taken the butt end of the ear in their hand and it had remained fast The corn was raised on Mrs Lewis farm in Scott county A Sure Sign of Croup THERE Mr Gnult was a Canadian by birth but came to the United States when a mere lad He was a carpenter By and builder by occupation patient industry he succeeded in ac- Â¬ quiring a comfortable estate and had practically retired from business as a contractor and builder several years since He purchafed a farm and removed to the country a year or so ago In early manhood he was married to Miss Mary J Walker of this city and they had four children of whom two are left to mourn the loss of an indulgent and kindly father his wife having died a number or years Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with a in the chest or side or a lame A piece of flannel dampened with ack give it a trial You are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm is also a certain cure for rheu- Â¬ matism For sale by J W Gayle Camp Hamilton About Abandoned 4 Mr Gault was a quiet and retiring man in his disposition and attended closely to his own business not in- Â¬ terfering with other peoples affairs lie was a man of fine judgment and was a good citizen He had been a member of Capital Lodge No 0 1 O O F for many years and was buried with the hon Â¬ ors of Odd Fellowship on Wednes- Â¬ day morning ut 10 oclock from the Chapel at the emetery the funeral servjees being conducted by Rev Geo Darsie Dr Miles Nervo Plasters for Uhaumatlsm Under orders of the War Depart- Â¬ ment the troops at Camp Hamilton are being moved to ColumbusAmer icus and Macon Ga to await shipment to Cuba The Lexington camp is about closed out or will be to day or to- Â¬ Only the immunes are morrow left without moving orders so far These consist of two or three regi Â¬ ments of colored troops While it may have been a good thing financially for Lexington the general result of having tho camp there has been anything but the best Â¬ E C Blanks of Lewisville Texas writes that one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve was worth 50 000 to him It cured his piles of ten years standing He advises others to try it It also cures eczema skin diseases and obstinate sores Tyler Hemphill I Hoarseness in a child that is sub Â¬ de Â¬ eye and perfect self ject to croup is a sure indication brightthe safety of tho train commandlives pend and the of the approach of the disease If of its passengers Dr Miles Nervlno and Chamberlains Cough Bemedy is other remedies are especially adapted to given as soon as the child becomes keeping the nerves steady tho brain clear hoare or even after the croupy and tho mental faculties unimpaired cough has appeared it will prevent Engineer F W McCoy formerly of 132a Tobacco Growers Will Fight the attack Many mothers who have Broadway Council Bluffs but now residing croupy children always keep this at 3411 Humboldt St Denver writes that ho At a meeting of the farmers remedy at hand and find that it saves suffered for years from constipation caus Â¬ and tobacco growers of this them much trouble and worrv It ing sick nervous and bilious headaches and Dr Miles restored county held at the Court House on can alwavs be depended upon and is was fullyLiver Pills to Ihealth byrecommend heartily pleaant to take For sale by J W Nerve Monday last county court day the uayie Dr Miles Remedies Dr Miles Remedies gP following preamble and resolutions B Dr aro sold by all drug were adopted looking to the defeat Something New gists under a positive of the tobacco combine guarantee first bottle Remedies By reading Mr M A Collins ad benefits or money re- Â¬ Ip Restore VHEREASThe farming interests funded Book on dis of Franklin county liave become en- in to days paper you will see that eases of tho Jieart and Wzfc neartn H dangered by the formation of a he is offering something new in the nerves free Address gigantic trust with the purpose of way of a steel range for cooking MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind DR MILES controlling the prices of leaf tobacco in the United State therefore be it purposes He invites every body to Resolved By thefarmersof Frank- come and see them test the bread lin county in convention assembled and coffee cooked upon them and be That our United States District At- Â¬ convinced To he on exhibition from torney Hon B D Hill and our the 14th to the 10th of this month Attorney General Hon W S Tay- Â¬ lor and our Commonwealths AttorRed Hot ney Hon Bobt B Franklin are requested to confer and take such steps lpjlWjht as may be necessary to prevent or Judge H S Baker of the Crim Â¬ dissolve said combination of Jefferson county deResolved That we call upon the inal Court people of the State to meet at their livered a red hot charere to the erand county seats and organize for the jury on Monday in which he said purpose of assisting in the fight that human life had been brought against said trust down to the low value of 20 in that Jiseolved That we call upon the He urged that the jury Thss handsome table Mahog- Â¬ people of the State without regard county any inlaid top and shelf should hold all criminals to a strict to party to assist u Resolved further That the or Â¬ account that gamblers should be in ganization be made permanent and dicted and gambling put a stop to that if necessary we employ counsel It was altogether the fiercest ar Â¬ to assist our law officer- - and that we fight this unholy combination to the raignment of affairs had in that city death fur many a year j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is no moro rcsponalblo position than that of a railroad engin Â¬ eer On his steady nerves clear brain j9 aJLJ Â¬ J cjgijjjy v A Heap of Coal yvwwvtf ny v w w R Rogers 250 tiese- - Sons H J MATTEEN pjfd iswr That is burned in this town is but half coal and half dirt and slate If your coal doesnt burn to a good clean ash if it clinkers and clogs your grate there is something wrong about it There is no need of burning that kind of coal I am ready to sell you coal thats all coal If you want slate Let mo havo buy it separate its cheaper your next order PIltlllijlET 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT OFFICE NEXT F JtJV-J---1---- V Â¬ C FREIGHT OFFICE GAINES OLD STAND TELEPHONE 100 Lv -- Jkdi Job work neatly executed at this office or2 A ottor- - Sausage Grmaer s IfcTZD Keep Out the Wintry Winds PUTS STAGG u and I1 Oil Sausage Staff You BACO FXTEinsrzsEa cull on us Yes the very highest grades of House Roof and Car- Â¬ cant boat V ora on prico quality Tile Best Grin Hoofing Glass and Weatherstrips PokcrsxTongs Shovels Coal Hods Fire Sets and Screen Guards If you want Johnsons Floor Wax Restorer Ronewer or Filler riage Paints and Varnishes MASONIO s- - TEMP 3D HARDWARE Tl I ttSHTv Oomear HUDSONS IMCstixx U axaci S3tB Oloix- - fiStxreots ME 1 Tn ry J IU EI AT I PR E WHEI SOLID dMERIT IS BACK OF IT The best and cheapest clothing is to the wearer There is solid merit isfaction in them and every nlan aroHhree styles of them Round Cut Hint which rives the longest service nnd the most perfect stilisfiietion back of my Clay Worsted Suits at 1000 There is service and satwho buys one will get more than 10 worth of wear out ol it There Sacks Square Cut Sacks and Cutaway Frocks All tho same price 10 Â¬ Hi inimi i ii hi W R HUDSON JR bJattAi MJBu XfTMIC AISOWCTCR JCtCdCTQBWOCttSMCSfWr PERSONAL Ladies Exchange MATRIMONIAL Alan Shot and Killed Near Switzcr atives Miss Knt Lindsoy is visiting rel- Â¬ in Louisville Mrs Sam Bennett is visiting rel- Â¬ atives in St Louis Mo Mrs Asa Walker has returned from a trip to Annapolis Ild Gov V O Bradley went to Lan- Â¬ caster on Monday lovoLe Mr W W Longmoor jr returned Saturday from Cynthiana Rev A O HpiiBley of Versailles was a visitor here this week Mr Ohas D Bereaw of Scott eounty was in the city Tuesday Oapt James E Blackburn of Spring Station was in the city Monday Mr Chas P Exum of Lexington attended county court on Monday Mrs Kate Williams has returned from a visit to friends in St Louis Mo Mr Warren V Witherspoon of Versailles was in the city wednes lay By a mistake of their commits e Chichton Ametkano In Brook Â¬ Mr tiie announcement was made last lyn N Y on Wednesday week that the Methodist ladies would Alexander F Crichton jr and Mks re open their Exchange Saturday Floreiuc E Ametrano were married It should have been this morning in- Â¬ by Very Rev Mr James DutFv We congratulate our young friend stead The Exchange will be open d luck to day at 10 oclock in the room for- Â¬ upon his merly occupied by Messrs B J Stafford Hedges At the resiNiekles tfc Co next door to Mrs dence of the officiating minister on Katie Welchs on Main street Wednesday Mr Curtis Stafford and They will offer pies cakes cro Â¬ Miss Eluora Hedges both of Peaks quettes fcc suitable for Sunday din- Â¬ Mill were married by Hev Geo ners Darsie They respectfully request all those J kssup McCann In Bellepoint who patronized them last season to on Thursday evening November come again and that they will bring 1Mtn ggg y Rev George Darsie U u IIV new puimn Mr john b Jessup and Mrs Zorada Orders may be le t in advance with lMiG tn of this county Mrs Dr J S Price Miss Mattie Jones Miss Annie Magi II Mrs J as UlRitlS N Miles or Mrs J B Lewis Thev will sell all articles at loH Sneed In this city to Mr Rusrates and purchasers will help a sell Sneed and wife a son good cause They will devote the DEATHS money to repairingahe church Â¬ Mr Sargent Perkins who lives near Switzcr shot and killed Jiis Mr Will Newton on Thurs Â¬ day As near as we could learn the cir cumstances they are about us follows Some time ngo Newton seduced the daughter of Perkins and was forced to marry the girl While living nearSwitzer Newton seduced the Mfter of his wife and upon the fact coming out fled On Wednes Â¬ day night lie returned in a buggy and went to a barn or stable and went to sleep Thursday morning Perkins went to the barn and found Newton asleep He got his gun and emptied both barrels into the man killing him instantly Perkins is now in jail awaiting an examining trial Â¬ son-in-la- w The L22 1MB TO Ill - LeriinfjrocaSsi3 of America Msfi IN OHIO 20 YEARS 250000 i c yMiiiK iliouiM mmi tiro roiblvd with Cured iiiicHisiotisI iuK sen bunco lciuovc i tho 8tiicluroicimnnently Item never return No pninuoeufloj ing no dntcjtion f oin businoM by our method ihosiXtmloignnFareftrength encd Tu iitvch nto inigomtLd and ho bli J of manhood return dtnr Finnil tui ihig ctroani thirj uutli RMii sat time flight din churgo lititiiy in cjinui ncing weak organs ciniiun n t nil I hi Fyinntomt of norvoui dibilitj thty luo BfItlO tloctor experiment on Tlltl by Dont lut fctrotchiug c tting ou or tearii g you j hU will rot euro yon na it will n turn Our MM MUiHUl illlSAT MtiXF abioibi tho stricturo tisno Ihcy iih diseasea lm o 111 aged ail middlo many ly Finart WECPRE SLEET E I Â¬ Covington week Mr M J Hughes and Mr W H Edwards of Versailles were in town Monday Ool Thos Porter and wife of were in the city this M Attention i Is called to the ad of the adminis- the estate of Mr OBtn non Sudduth in to days paper Miss Lutie Ware is the guest of her sister Mrs S W Berry in Versailles Thanksgiving Services this week t rat ore of Hurst of Oampton were in the city The Union Thanksgiving Services Saturday will Be held at the Methodist Church Mr Geo B Winslow of Oarrollton Thursday Nov 24 The Methodist was in the city on yesterJay on lsgal Christian Southern Presbyterian and busidess Baptist churches will unite in these Mr A F Brd and Mr A H services were in tie Stamper of Campion The sermon will he by Rev M B city Saturday Culton In this city on Thurs Adams of the Baptist Church day to Mr V H Culton and wie Mrs E II Taylor fir is visiting her ton Mr Edmund Hayncs Taylor a son Maria Teresa Lost in Atlanta Ga Miss Janie Dehoney has returned yhB Kind You Have Always Bought from a viHit to friends in Georgetown tThe Spanish war vessel M iria Bears the and Covington the battle between Signature Teresa sunk in of Hon Sam II Stone and son Mr Admirals Sampson and Seh leys Will Stone went to Richmond on fleets and fleet Span Mi the Pleasant Affair Monday to vote at Santiago raised by Lieut II ob- Mrs Edward Honaley has returned son and on her way to the ship- Misses Emmie and Hattio Scott from n visit to her daughter Mrs yard in this country foundered in a daughters of Col J A Scott en ter- Collahan at Annapolis Md heavy and protracted storm on Hon E Tutb Burnam visited his Tuesday of last week and went jtained hnnd omelyon Monday night parents Hon Curtis F Burnam and down some fifty miles out from in honor of several young lady wife at Richmond this week friends who compose- a house party Charleston S C at their home Miss Esther Burnam visited her She was a line vessel and we had grand parents Hon O F Burnam hoped that she would reach her des Teachers Meeting and wife in Richmond this week tination be repaired and sail under Mr Thos II Shelby jr and wife the stars und stripes as a war vtssel The Franklin county teachers of of Lexington spent Sunday hero the The loss was heavy tho Forks of Eikhorn District will guests of Mr J Buford Hendrick and bold their Annual Association on wife Saturday Nov If at the Forks of To Introduce Dr Stafford Mrs Clarence J Fletcher who has Eikhorn school house been the guest of Mrs Kate Rogers MORNING EXERCISES has returned to her home in Wiohita We are requested to announce that Address of welcome Hon South Kan Gov Bradley will introduce Rev Trimble Mr Harry G Rodman and Mr Music Hugh Rodman returned Saturday Dr D J Stafford when he lectuns The best method of teaching Lon from Cooks Inlet Snug Harbor here on Wednesday night gitude and Time Miss Pieratt Alaska j Hon Jos T Lvkins and Hon Z T Thlllsandlof youi g and luiildlc agcd Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind mnn nrn lmtitir 1illr BnYinl ifiir nml says that for constipation he has PH ritalitv cDUhiiinHv rnnncd v IhU di4 ease Ihey aro frequently unconscious found DeWitts Little Early Risers of tho cftu o of theso yinptonit Ucnornl to be perfect They never gripe Woakness I anatnral OiEclmrgcs Inn ing Manhood NorvousncFS loor Alcni- Try them for stomach and liver iIHinKiiti t4IiUtnnnu troubles Tyler Hemphill Nition Sunken rjjes with dark circle Hawkins At his home in Lex- Weak Tl Hc Ucnornl Doiiression Lnck ington on Saturday night Mr Win of An ition Viiiicooolishrunken Parts itu tlLTJEi and BTItlClUKH A Hawkins aged about 43 ytars may bo 10 ciUO Dont c nnult fimily uocioti m invy navo in cTponouco in Mr Hawkins wa f the mhi of the these Fpcclul disrated dont nllow Quacks t oporimcnt on jth Consult late Jes e P Hawkins of this city btiecialiFts wiio ha 0 mado u lifo Ftudy of Discnesof Men mid Women and was raised here He was a Pleurisy and pneumonia are fre- Â¬ UurNKW MElllOU TlltArUKNi will nosi- printer by trade He had been suf- quently developed in a very short tivoly euro you Ono thousand dollars for tv en ho wo accept for treatment and fering from heart trouble for some apaceifof time trom a common cold such an acute inflammation of and cinnoicuo Terms modcnuoioractuo time and pneumonia supervening the lungs is not promptly allayed CURES GUARANTEED he was too weak to resist the en the worst may happen With the aid We treit nnd pnrn Cough Syrup TArifiSmMR croaehments of the dispase and of Dr Bulls have any fear however VAltlCMOELB SYPUTLTS GLKET for this you need nob SlRICTUKi TMPOTENCY SECRET passed away as above great remedy speedily subdues the OKA INK lirtJNAIlUALi JUKU11AUU E3 KT DNEY nnd IILA DDElt DiieaBos inflammation cases the pain in on Sat Thornton In Versailles BOOKS CONSUIiTATION FREE breathing and always effects a cure THEE If unablo to call writo for unlay Nov o to Hon D L Thorn in a wonderfully short time Q1IKSTTON BLANK for HOME ton and wife a son Divid L jr TREATMENT - Pleurisy 1 OASTOZIIA DrBulIs Cough Syrup Doses are small and pleasant to take Doctor recommend it Price 25 cents At all druggists DRS iKEEEDYS Kergan 122 W FOURTH STREET O CINCINNATI Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia Boy Accidcntly Shot Linden Murphy a lad of 18 years living near Bloomington was killed on Thursday afternoon by the acci dendal discharge of a pistol in the hands of his brother Tho boys were playing with the pistol and did not know it was loaded THE HAVANA LIMITED J I Â¬ Â¬ Mr J Rupsell Williams after a short visit to relotives hero returned to Washington City on Wednesday morning Mrs H F Youtsoy who visited her parents Jndpo O S French and wife in Winchester last week has jeturned homo Mr E C Dnino and Mr W B Rodman jr who have been at Snug Harbor Cooks Inlet Alaska for a year returned home Saturday Missos Sillio May Andoison and Bird Rogers of Georgetown Francos and Martha Hood of Maysvillo of Winchester are Wilherspoon Misses Hattio and tho guesH of Soott on Sholby stieot Emnio m j Violin solo Mr Jacob Cox Recitation Miss Plummer What constitutes successful teach Â¬ ingMr Ernest Jones With looal applications as they can Vocal solo Mr Nelson Alley not reach the jeat of the aioase Catarrh is a blood or constitutional Essay Miss Elizabeth Bowen A 1TERNOON EX KROIB EH disease and in order to euro it you must take internal remedies Halls Whether or not other than flic Catarrh Cure is taken internally and common brunches should he taught aots directly on tho blood and mu- Â¬ at public expense Mrs Wm Crom cous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure 1b well nob a quack medicino It wa8 pre Select reading Miss Innis soribod by one of the best physicians Music in this country for veara and isa retr ain aiirfTr i la nnninft0i rAr For what puuiir purpo cs should Catarrh Cannotbo Cured Dental Booms Dr Baxters Main street opnoslto Ojcrn House 29 tf roctly on the mucous surfaces Tho porfeot combination of tho two in grodlonta is what produces snob won dorful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials froo P J CHENEY GO Toledo O lOrSold by DriiBgi8tu75o flii lincf Itlrhwl riTflnfn nnflnr 11 Temple ono of the best in the city is offered for rent Apply to Capt J III II will mako fast time to B 0 Milam or Hen T Farmer -- Miss read Uecilatinn porta named and will connect Mr IX ny jNIks Uallahuo with fino steamor service to va Music A beautiful suburban place of 2 Uebttcj ltpsolved Thnt women rious ports in Cuba Porto Rico acres in grass Improvements a brick liould lie allowed to vote in both and Jamaica It marks a now cottage of live rooms with galleries State and National elections Af Will exchange for a hinall placo in U Uoclcunsiuitli NogT era in railroading in this coun Urinative Itu country Apply at this olllco try Allen atlve M fi0tr 11 Â¬ J Â¬ I Ihe first American niilwaj to announce train service lor the n n especial neneiit ot travol to the West Indies has been hoard from Tho Queen Crescent Route aro announcing a fast train known as tho Florida Havana Limited It will go into service from Cincinnati to Tampa --Jacksonville Miami Mobile and New Orleans This exponent of tho genuine American idea of getting into the field early will bo a complote vosti buled service with diners obsor vation cars wide vestibules elec and all tin tric headlights paraphernalia of tho modern railroad train It 4s chiofl to bo marked as boing first in tin Hold under the protection of the groatost flagon earth Train Â¬ DECOHATION DAY AT HOME Should bo observed by having your din Â¬ ner more special iu dainties than usual on tho verge of summer In our high grade stook of grooerios wines and vegetables you And fancy and staple supplies that will enable you to prepare a dinnor for a king and aro especially appetizing and tempting just now John Driscoll The leader in first class goods at low est prices For RentStore Room Tho largo storo room in Masonio a m mSimwKieKS UK HBiP ft Mar TMfrTrTl Very nobby nrc tlio now Misses Clonks Bonutifnl jnoket Everyone likes thoir lined Uuonghont pinid lining only 500 We linve them in Electric Astraknn Persian LatnbThibit prices 2o up nil md s Seal Mink Moullon new styles and colors extra values O ir Kunmuils are all well made Hod our 1375 lined tliruuuhmit 175 750 Kit iil miIuhi All Him Pit They arc little boiuties Wis havq them lJ up Prices to 12 years from to 10 acaucnncn tt CQho FUKP--WH- li Keeps The largest the best the cheapest line of Ladies Misses nnd Childrens Cloaks Dress Goods Silks in fact anything which is usually kept in n Urst clnsi Dry Goods and Notion Stock Wo claim wo do How can we prove it If you will only come nnd seo our stock whin you get rendy to buy and got our prices and if we do not do what wo say wo are willing to n back seat take clonk wo giro n Mi ft soli worth 500 orowr beautiful story book ofrOptics for coupons oory childs 110 i8jS TRUST OR NO TRUST An Appeal to Tobacco Growers Weiteel jiKf5i DRESS sssjKf JSJKjgiffissfKsi JSjsiigjKfg jKjksi ssss ODonnell 3 JS 5S jss r It matters not whether the trust or the anti trust wins The fact remains that tobacco growers do not receive a fair living price for their crop They have heretofore had no say in fixing the price except the costly method of rejecting the sales Forty thousand hogsheads of tobacco in Louisville alone are annually re 50000 This costs you jected Why not send three of your number to attend the daily sales and whenever the average price is beluw cost of production authorize them to stop the sales by refusing to put up your tobacco until the demand will justify an advance in price Your traveling expenses in attending individual sales would mote than pay the comWill Will yomlothih missioners you agree to pay them 5 cents per hogshead lor lefusing to put up your tobacco instead of paying the wareÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ houseman 150 for rejecting it Will you assemble yoursel ves on the third Monday in November at your county seats and appoint delegates to a State convention to jielect men to attend to this business for you Will you sign I hereby this agreement to uit agree to place the selling of my tobac- Â¬ co in the hands of the Commissioners to be selected by the StateConvention of tobacco growers to be held in Louisville on the 4th Monday in Novembar 1898 and to allow them 5 cents for each hogshead of tobacco sold above the average coit of pro- Â¬ duction to be determined by the Will you sign State Convention There will be this ami hticlc to it sold in Louisville alone not less than loOOdO hogsheads of the 1898 crop Court Day Sales The overage cost of this is not less than 8 cents per pound Unless you Mr H G Davis the stock trader do something to protect your inter Â¬ ests it will nut average more than made the following sales on Monday six cents This means a loss to you county court day 18 stock ewes at 128 each of the enormous sum of Tiihee Are cordially invited to call and inspect our line of lutes London Million Dollars on one crop of 2 weanling calves at 1330 each Paris and New York Creations in 6 weanling calves at tf each tobacco Can you stand this At 5 2 heifers at 21 each cents commission on each hogshead GOODS Mr Len Blythe also sold 30 yeai the cost would only bo Seven ling steers at 2250 each Thousand Five Hundred Do- Â¬ We also have the most stylish llars What is this compared with Win your battles against disease 3000000 Your Commissioners by acting promptly One Minuie could be on the breaks by the first of Couerh Cure oroduces immediate re- December next If you are com Â¬ suits When taken earlv it prevents In the City We believe we can save you some money on all of And in later stages it pelled to realize on your crop you consumption the above goods The following are a few Saturday furnishes prompt relief Tyler could use your warehouse receipts Hemphill and Monday Specials as collateral and borrow money until your tobacco is sold This you Best Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear 1 per suit worth 150 could well afford to do rather than Ladies Underwear 50 cents per suit suffer a loss of 3000000 by a forced Ladies Union Suits 50 cents per suit sale on an overstocked marKet or a Ladies Fleeced Hose 25 cents worth 40 cents market without competition The Childrens Underwear 40 cents per suit and many other bar- Â¬ present report that the Combine Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat gains too numerous to mention Tuesday is Black Goods Day is all bosh The same It is the best remedy for stubborn colds is busted Call and see us report was circulated just tjeiore the Small doses Price 25 cents at druggists July Convention Heed it norf To Sale of Fine Cattle control the price of Jjoth the raw material and the manufactured 9 Mr Chas Julian of this county goods offers the manufacturers an SDld 82 head of export cattle to Mr 311 opportunity of making millions of S Weihl of Lexington at a good dollars at the expense of the pro- Â¬ price Mr Weihl says they were ducers and consumers which is the best lot he has pmchasiii this too enticing for them long to rtsist season Will you continue to sink down to the Pauper Labor of Europe Or will you make an effort level I to free yourself from the tyranny of For seventeen years wo hnve entered to the rjest trade in FrankfoitJ For Infants and Children insatiable greed Wo are our oldest some of our best customers consider We have established a reputation on quality of quality first S E Hampton M D The Kind You Have Always Bought goods and reasonable prices This is our platform Our stock this beasou is lirger and more varied than ever Bears the The editor of the Evans City Pa Globe writes One Minute Cough Signature of K Cure is rightly named It cured my children after all other remedies failed It cures coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles Tyler THELAIrlESOFFRANKFORT SILKS AND TRIMMINGS JACKETS CAPES AND COLLARETTES DrBulTs COUCH SYRUP HEEN EY S Dry Goods Emporium Broadway CASTOR A Groceries ew Goods Arriving Daily New Ed un Pine Apple nnd New York Cream Cheese Evapronted Pc Holies nnd Apdes Prunes Raisins Buckwheat Flour Cereals of allTrtnds New Canned Goods Ac We begin to handle oysters to- Â¬ day and continue for the season Call and iuspeot our stock and Hemphill Arc You s Easily Tired Just remember that all your atrongth must oomo from your food Did you over think of I thatP Perhaps your musoles need J moro strength or your nerves t or perhaps your stomach is weak and cannot digest what you oat If you need moro atrongth then take r EMULSION of god Ijlvor Oil with Hypo phosphites Tho oil is tho most easily ohangod of all foods into strength a ad tho hypophos- pmtos aro tho oost tonics for tho norvos vyTyfL SCOTTS SCOTTS EMUL Â¬ SION is tho oasioat and quiokost ouro for Jr 50c ooughs of ovorykind and for all oasos of de Â¬ bility woak norvoo and loos of flosh ami 100 all druggUu DOWNB ClumUu Haw York woalc throats for SCOTT 4 0 For the speedy and permanent cure tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham-of get prices ber ains Eye ana Skin Ointment is It relieves the itchThe remains of John Ethelbert without an equal almost ing and smarting II its continued use effects instantly and Jackson eldest son of Prof a permanent Jackson former President of the cure It also cures itch barbers itch Stato Normal School passed through scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands this city last Tuesday en route to granulated lids chronic sore eyes and SOUTH SIDE GROCER Lexington where they were laid to Oct 15 3m Dr CauVs Condition Powders for Jefrest The young man died in horses are the best tonic blood purifier ferson City Mo on tho Gth inst uuoiuuimj jrrice 20 cents Solclby A great success I am still making He was universally loved for his J W Gayle and LeCompte Gaylo 50 ninny excellent traits of character Co aiiv them at Mattems Â¬ and will he remembered by the cit BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE izens of Frankfort for his modest Disolution Of Partnership and gentlemanly demeanor during hissnyin this city He jjradu ited The lust pnlvo in the world for T he firm of Hurckhard it Rles doing meat busF V L 188 bj olvtil part from tho Clinton street High School cuts hrulMs sores ulcers salt rheum iness have lils day ills RIos retiring erslilpl M fever sores tetters chapped hands mutual consent John a in 1801 nnd from the State Normal chilblains corns and all skin erup- Â¬ Uurvkliardt ssuiuIiik all aets am liabilities of Korythlng for Orchard Iawn nmlGnnlen and Irult ami linn tiws slitubs last June Ho wits an exceptionally tions and positively cures piles or no saidpoisons All liorsonH having claims against wild small fruitsornamental asparagus androses vines knowlnn thenihoUes IntlHbled to rhubarb all all other t Ilurlth In nm series Pilcea reasonable as It is uarauteed to linn accounts irlt V Ules aro roiuostit to settle stock grownno agents bright student and enjoyed the es Â¬ pay required wo employ Doscrlntho catalogue on Ive perfect satisfaction or money re Â¬ their Â¬ onerous application to Thanking tho public for tht lr oo H F HllLKNMhYKlt teem and confidence of all his teachfunded Price con Is per box For support ami aklng a omtlmiuiuo of the miiuo Telephone 7U Lexington Ky ers Tho funeral was conducted from sale by J V Gayle Oct Iviu for tho now linn of M Uurekhniut wo aro ury lfijy m hi iicKii iur respectfully the residence of his uncle J C JOHN It IKS 10 in Nov a IKM Tho olUciatlnir clergymen Jackson Try Miles wholo wheat Hour were Itevs Morrow and Younu of a tr Lexington and lie v Mitchell of Disolution Notice Resolutions of sympathy this city 20000 bolts wiill pnpor at c from faculties of Lincoln lustitulo TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEKN Agent for Jooring Ono trial of Miles WIIOIE WHEAT and Stato Normal School wore read nntl upward KHANKFOUY KY Nov 2 1698 Oliver ThU Is to certify that tho firm of Thompson A F LOU II will oonvinoo you that it makos also a letter of condolenco from Ilov mowers and binders the must deliaious ns well as the most day Dr Taylor former pastor of whito plows Stinlobakor wagons bug Â¬ Toombs has thisTomhsbeen illsnlvod hv mutual whnlesomo broad rctlrlnu It Tunmmon coneil W K Ask your grocer for it Main street and MKsuuilug control Tho silil Thompson obligate llaptist Church of this city Much gies stoves blinsoif 10 piu all ilcbls tt ml obligations of sulil II mi ami Is authorized to colleot all debts due sympathy is felt for Prof JaekBon in St Clair stroeU SON H V THOMPSON Mild llrm M A Coimns H Jan 29 ly his boroavment a tf Nov Bim W K TOOMU3 Talented Young Colored Alan Dead Â¬ Skin Diseases Jj Phone 49 J HEENEY THE Â¬ Blue Grass Nurseries 12 Wtiole Wheat Flour 1 MILES f 41 tub FranKfort RfuMiioit Entered nt tho postonico nt Frankfort Kentucky as stvotut cltiB niulliiblo mutter HZiKV V SZaJsZSZ50g WTO7wvvvfgwwTrywv IEE22Z1 y y m y y3 v v wi Ks THE GREAT MAJESTIC CDajestie Biseait 0 JO pi GEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Pub MAJESTY MrG CO IIST gp MAJESTIC j LDU13 HfQCBM SU0UI5M rrj Baked in 3 Minutes -A- w Hot Coffee s -T- NOVEMBER 1218118 copper iRttERvmn To Our Patrons wgHjaaaafcWB EWtr ri3jyX7i rgfejfyeJv at Si A COLLINS St Clair Street Commencing MONDAY NOV HTII to 1HTII 1808 nil nro invilod to tittend and pop the working of the Owing to the fact thnt we have mnden change in our Currier for the North Hide it may be that some of our subscriber may be mis ed to- Â¬ day However Muster Walter Ron ekts who is the new Carrier is a bright and faithful boy and will soon N catch on Theiefoto we ask our subscribers to be plient with us fur a little while An Honored Citizen Gone j M b5Ttn j 1GRRAT MAJESTIC STEE BEAUTY t MALLEABLE AND 1 IRON RANGE m THE GREAT MAJESTIC IS UNRIVALED FOR THE GREAT MAJESTIC Im nil pn Low j UTILITY it Imp no DTJBABILHY incuts iuukir uoih Ihororgh ccokirg nrtl quick water hentini mj rlvnl It mnio to Inst n llfi tinw with onc hnlf the fuel tlipn ny other stfo or rai po Dont tnkc chances on pny of tlo nimitnliotiB mndobytl ecnBt hon BUMcirnde Tlit Grent MnjiM oism wfold in eeryStnto mthu Union nnd peeial Indueemenls to Parties Purchasing This Week ICbSigtMajg From New Zeland Â¬ s z2ZJsfi Frankfort who came upon special invitati m to be ntescnt at the meeting of the Chapter Tue exeieises were opened with prayer by Rev E LI Rutherford After short basiness rmeetiifg Amer- T juuihu t isixa ica win sung Kentuckys gifted poet then Morton A Poem read her Contenninl Rhyme of the Women of Frank Â¬ which was read by her in fort 188G ut the ceebrution of the one hundredth unniverstry of the city As her clear unil silvery tones lell upon the ears of her listeners and as she gruceluliy explained the illustra- Â¬ tions till felt that her grace and modesty showed her to be a true gentle Â¬ successor of the heroic woman described in her verses At the close of her reading a bunch of American Beauty roses were pre sented her by Mhs Elizabeth Grimes in the name of the guests as an expression of their appreciation of the Mrs sentiments of her poem Morton in accepting responded in a few beautiful and appropriate words Truly she is one yof Kentuckys daughters of whom we may indeed feel proud Solos by Mrs Charles Mehngan Â¬ On Saturday morning last James Neville the silent land at his home near Farmdale aged 01 years 8 months and 9 days Franklin county never hud a more honorable upright nnd gentlemanly citizen His integrity was of the He scorned a dis strictest sort deed and died a gentle man in the best sense of the word For about four years his health hud been failing and was a source of of uneasiness to his family nnd For the lust year it was friends known that his days were numbered and the end looked for at any moment Mr Blakemore was born and reared within a mile of the place nt which he died lie was the son of Madison Blakemore He was the oldest of a family of eight children four sons and four daughters viz J N Oscar Marcus and William M Mrs Ben T Payne Mis Sarah Mrs Chas T Headley and Mips Julia He was educated at the old honorable Mr Blakemore passed to REEFTONNewZeaIandNov2388 I am very pleased to state that since I took the ngency of Chamber Â¬ OYHL MILLS - CASH QUOTATJON Best Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour per hundred lains medicines the sale has been ROYAL very large mote specially of the Cough Remedy In two years I QUEEN Imve sold more of this particular DAISY Family Flour per hundred remedy than of all other makes for Low Grade Flour per hundred the previous five years As to its FANCY efficacy I have been informed by Corn Meal per bushel scores of persons of the good results Corn per bushel they nave received from it and Shipsiulf tier 100 lbs know its value from the use of it in my own household It is so pleas Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty ant to lake that we have to plice it beyond the reach of the children E J ScATLinuiiY For sale by J W Gayle r 230 220 210 - 200 60 50 71 L B Weisenburgh 5 Proprietor U K5 Rev Dr Stafford Frankfort Kentucky 7TrwrVTtivs Our readers should not forget thnt Dr Stafford the eloquent priest will deliver a lecture in this city Wednesday night next Nov 16 Dr Stafford is said to be one of the most polished and delightful speakers now on the platform Tickets on sale at Barretts The Election Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Offer Superior Advantages to Shippers Yards have been enlarged re built re arranged point to eastern markets EAST LIBERTT It is the nearest Kentucky Military Institute After the death of his father be became the strong staff upon whom his mother leaned and never son repaid loving trust with fonder devotion and care To his brothers nnd sisters he was the wise and safe counsellor and watchful guardian In 1868 he was happily united in The regular annual November elections were held on Tuesday last and Rev Frederick kberhartit 101- - Generally there was not much en- lowed The program closed with a Jthusiasm among tlie parties and in delightful instrumental solo skill- - several States but a small vote was fully executed by Miss Margaret CBgt WM CROMWELL Butler The rest of the evening was j Below we give the result in the Attorney at Law spent in social pleasures Delightful several States ne refreshments were served Frankfort Kentucky Alabama Democratic souvenirs were cards on which were Arkansas Democratic Wilt practice In th AUo Real Estate Agent Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties marriage to Mis Mary Lillard engraved California Republican and will also give special attention to the pur Mary B Owen Mrs daughter of Mr Ephriam Lillard of Colorado Democratic chase and sale of real estate collection ot rents claims and the negotiation of loans l5 Duncan Avenue Andeion county and their unicn Connecticut Bepublican Nov 3 1853 D AR Two was a peculiarly happy one Delaware Republican The sm ill silken flairs were the result of that Akn daughters Florida Democratic Mrs Geo C Grwldy of hostess was u charter member or the union G orgia Democratic Woodford county and Miss Geneva Jemima Johnson Chapter and on Idaho Democratic who together with his wife are left this occasion looked queenly ine Illinois Republican tN KENTUCKY to mourn the death of a fond ti d gracious una charming maimer m Indiana Republican indulgent husband and fajher Iowa Republican which she entertained Will belong Schedule In effect Muy 1 1808 As a business man he was exn t remembered by the members of the Kansas Republican No 5 No 3 No KASTUQUNI and eminently successful His woid Chapter Kentucky Democratic 740am 40Tiim 715pn CvrCoutsvllle as good as his bond at any tine was Louisiana Democratic OOtum 5U8im g Wpm Ai SnelbvvtUe 955am 0 30pm OfiUpm Ar Wrencebg he had By patient application Maryland Republican l16am 052pm lOIWpm Ar Versailles 1043am 720pm iO J5pm Thousands of Ar T eslmtton achieved a handsome competence Massachusetts Republican sick and suffer- NOa Jo No WfcSTHOUKP His farm was one of the best and Michigan Republican ing people are 74iam 440pm 60oam Lv Lexlnston like the poor 810am 500pm 5 7am most carefully looked after of any Versailles Minnesota Fusion on Governor Ar Larenotbg 83Sam 5 80pm 5 4Jam cripple in the Ar l27am 619pm aglarn in the county Ar Shelbyvtlle Bible who had Republican on Congress 1055am 760pm Ar LouUvlllo noone to help The funeral took place on Sunday Mississippi Democratic him down to Trains Nos 2 6 and 0 carry Free Observa- Â¬ afternoon at 130 oclock from his Missouri Democratic the life giving tion Chair Cars pool before late home Rev George Darsle con- Â¬ WEST110UN1 Montana Democratic BASTUOUNO some one else No 12 No 11 11 ducting theservices and was largely RTATV1N8 13 No NO Nebraska Republican in slipped him ahead of 405nm 740am Lv Loulvil Ar 750pm 10 Mam The remains were fol attended Nevada Republican 03pm 055am Ar LamcbrgAr 523pm 8 25am So many sufresting place in 72opm 04Jam Ar HurotlbbtjAr 4 40pm 7 Jin lowed to their last New Hampshire Republican ferers feel that 75pm 10 55am Ar UurgInLv 430pm 725am if they could our cemetery by a longjlne of sorJersey Republican New WE8TDOONU EASTIIOUND only get a little neighbors rowing friends and No 16 tNo6 New York Republican help to overSTATIONS No 15 tNo 67 come their exCol 40ipm 7 10am Lv Loulsvll Ar 1055am 7 50pm Thos Rodman Col J3 IF North Carolina Democratic treme wea53bpm 909am Ar Shelbvll Ar 0 27am 0 9pm Taylor jr and Br U V Williams 052pm I0l6am Ar Versllcs Ar 805 m 415pm they North Dakota Republican kness Wjtiwjwdwr 715pm llliiam Ar Midway Ar 745am 338pm would then be were the honorary pall bearers while Republican Ohio 743pm i2iTpm Ar OcoiKtn Lv 7 15am 300pm regain their coveted health and WESTllOUND Green R II Whit able to EAS rUOlTND Messrs Go Pennsylvania Republican Btrengtti tNo 0 tNo- 2 BTATIONS tNo litNo 5 It is just thefce people that Dr Pierces tlnjMnn J I Cox A W Overton Rhode Island Republican Goldei Medical Discovery is designed to 740am 4u5iinLv Loulsvll A 1055am 75ipm W L Graddy and Ben T Farmer aid It is the strong helping hand for 102 tain 0WpmiLv Vorslles A 750am 5 0 pn South Carolina Democratic iPpm in the extreme of bodily lluium 7a3pmAr Niehlvlll Ar 0 Mam 315pm those who are wore tlienctive pull bearers South Da kola Rupu bl lean 005am 158pm 830pinlArRIctnnndLv It and nervous exhaustion 200pm Ar Irvine Iv lU5pm had been our firm weakness tones nourishes and builds up Mr Blakemore Tennessee Democratic promptly No I No a BTATIONS system It gives keen appe and stead fust friend for many long the entire digestion pure blood muscular Texas Democratic 7 loam 7l5prri Lv Loulsvllle7 tite good 1045am I0lin our heart beats in tender strength nerve force and renewed activity years and Ar Loxlniton Utah Democratic 8ipiii 7 45itil Ar Knoxvlllu When I first wrote j on I was completely dissympathy with the bereft Virginia Democratic 5pm 610am Ar Ashcvlllo says Mrs w M Satterly llvliic at couraged Ar Savannah 5aini Tloira Co N Y P O Iiox 40 In a Uichford Washington Republican Ar JudlMonvUlo I was m pain all the time letter to Dr Ilcice j Jjwm Meeting of the D A R 720pm ii3uiin could not lie in bed on account of severe bliarp West Virginia - Republican Ar Oiiitttinooau cuttiiiK pains In my back and right hip Had 600iinill4wm Ar Atlanta Wisconsin Republican 8IOun pain ull throiiKli the lower part of my body and Ar Mavon could scarcely me so my 335pin Ar JaehsonvlUo We take the following notice from lilt elbows hurt My skinmuch Idry harsh and Wyoming Republican was my baby 710pm t35um Lv arms My Inum Hue sacks on or these 21 went Republican 17 Ar Chattanoojtu llUjpm llioprn the Ivontuckian Citizon of a delight Â¬ scaly audculled the doctor and my said it was Uiimlnkhuin he R husband nl If llllr kU At Meridian Ull tIJ llln ful soiioty jvent which omiried in weakness and my ape His medicine did me Democratic one mixed 1030jmlt00m Ar Now Orleans getting worse nnd weaker It no good I kept Paris last Thursday and in which seemed I should fo crazy One day I wrote The States of Maine Oregon and No carries Free Chair car Loulsvlllo to received advice I have Mrs Juiiule C Morton of this city you aud Golden Medical Discovery tnken nr Vermont held elections previously Lexlnuton tliuro coiineotln with bolld VostN his Fa bulo Truln uarrytntr throuh Pullman bluop Pierces vorite Prescription and Pleasant Pellets and and all wont Republican Iiik Cur 10 H rmlngham Meridian and Now Or was an Important factor now I can lie tu lcd with some comfort and cau louna alsoinukeseloa conneotloii ut Clmtta do a good days work The surprises of the campaign noouu for Atlanta lucon Jacksonville and One of the moit uttrnctlvo of llrunswlelf The mobt valuable book for both men and were that the States of Nebraska No 3 carries Pullman Sleopor Loulsvlllo to recent aoA a events was the meeting women is Dr Pierces Com- also Lotlnij ClmttunnoLu and llirmlnnham mon Sense Medical Adviser Kiuwi- - North Dakota WushlnLrton ton to JucUbonvllle via llotSnrliikH Asbovillo of the Jemima Johnson Chapter I undPullmuu Union Sleeper Lexington to Now iHidNttViuItt went heavily Republl- - Orloans A It with Mrs Brent Owen She tDally except Sunday s plates A copy pnper cov can was assisted In entertaining by her rr PTA Tholicpubllcans will control tie A WiiEDON PTA STSWI Lexlnuton Ky Mrs Judith L chnnnl ng cousin Loulsvlllo Ky guests of one cont Btnmps To pay the US KuillUu by about 20 majority FSaANNON3dVPaM J M OULPT M The Marshall of Chicatro Wushlngton DO Wushlnmon D O UIy LWM lhm0 lynlOUt 20 RVPlwen6uffofeNDY of honor were Mrs Jennie C WUILTAYIOBAO PA WATUUKaPA ciotli bound 31 stamps majority LouUvlllo Ky Morton and Mks Sillle Jackson of Wushlntton D a BEST DISTBIBUTION POINT EAST OF CHICAGO For Baltimore Washington Philadelphia and New York markets Good buyers for export cattle and other stock always in Commission firms give prompt attention to consignments attendant Sept 10 3m O H ALLERTON JR Superintendent 125ijSktf7 k2SSZZC22S2SS Fraitfort 3 Cincinnati Railway 1 ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN CINCINNATI AND FRANKFCflT iSK FOR TICKETS VIA F C RAILWAY RftlUfW 1 Sili d ule of trains li fl M t Jm o 6th 1818 PM No 8 4U0 4 41 4 4J 4fcJ I TRAINS EAST Pussr Mixed Mxwl Nol P o6 v tv Frankfort Elkhorn Snltzor btniupiug Ground Otnuns iVorgetown 100 711 718 115 135 72 731 Iewtown Ar Purls 805 817 825 830 840 6tt 65 150 210 32 315 a0 3 05 Ctiitenille hllzjibetti 345 400 TRAINS Lv Paris WEST AM P M A 3L P M No 2 No 4 No b No8 PiiBsr Passr Pussr Kllzitbtth Centenllle Newtown Duwtfis 030 940 1043 1060 1100 1107 1120 Georgetown Swltzer Klkhoin Ar Frankfort 102i 945 Uf3 SUmpingGruml c2 e 89 G49 666 710 617 750 aio 910 430 445 465 610 526 Â¬ aao 830 8641 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - FRANKFORT AND CINCINNATI PM AM PM Lv Fmnkfort Arl 11 2 710 741 r ft Ar J leOfgttortii Lv 1023 020 760 Si Vv A r 1028 eorKetowii 017 1005 7 JO Ar Cincinnati Lv 830 400 AM 7UI 1 ooimeoc with Q Dtily oxcopt Sunday with U L A B O N connoo 1 A I he F AOIMUwiy m connection Crescent Itouto forms the Quickest with Queen iron rrankfort unci 1nrls to the South ami rout Clncl via latl lUlrtHJt Hue to the E 1st and Wast Ui0 II II VHPKIt JOaKPII H NEWTON deillSilDt A PA M V 1 C O TIMJJ TAHLK N0 21 1 SOUTH Lv Lexington yMB AM FrankTort Shelbyvllle Ar Louisville uim I PM fiwT I nioo Noaa A 10 Ol 01 ells Im No m ftKffii5SoiSa aSS NORTH Lv Louisville U H P M ArUtJiiKton 8heloyvllle Frunkfort 30 n nn T 10 no fa 7on 740 fcl r J y mm mm iJI nT8BaBT 3X1 Cloaks lULSLEIXr STREET Cotton Goods 5c Waists and Suits Millinery Latest designs of Virot Virot Bertha Linen Aitken Dunlap Haas Bros and other celebrated designs Knox Walking Hats Hats from 50 cents up Dress Goods yard for 48 in Veuitian 100 yard for 48 in Baskets 89c yard for 48 in Drap Doto 50c yard for 38 in Cropon 100 yard for 42 in Crepon 50c yard for 40 in All Wool Suitings 1 Ladies Cloaks 375 up 00 Ladies Silk Waists perfect fittiiu and Call and see them well made Childrens Clonks 100 up Lndif s Suits 850 up Special Sale Of Ladies Suits All marked down to close out stock worth G5c 50c yard for All Wool Plaids G5c worth yard for Greon Ticket Lonsdale Cotton 10 yards only to each purchaser 3c yard for Heavy Brown Cotton 10 yards only to each purchaser 3ic yard Best Blue Calico 3 spools Best Cotton for 10c Remnants Best Percals 5c yard Â¬ Ladies and Misses Cloaks New Blues variety Tans and Blacks in Prices low t v- - are trying to organize another to be lute Guarantee of the price will be Gracious brought to bear on you to get you to called the Continental But you can ship Dont you ship If they want The following article has been how big it sounds handed us for publinitinn and is hlve one a tobacco groweis pro- your tobacco let them pay for it If taken from the Georgetown O tective association with branches you keep it in your barn it wont Pledge cost anything Remember that Democrat Our friend thinks it pro in every school district There is just one thing that ought vides the remedy for the evils ex yourself that you will not ship a pected to flow from the organization pjund Do this for the sole reason to be mentioned and that is this of the big tobacco trust and purpose of remainiug in full it is lawful to contract to limit proSIMPLY ORGANIZE possesion without any expense duction when by reason of over profearlessly and Then further resolve that you will duction prices have fallen ruinously Organize openly determinedly to fight this combina not hell below twelve or fifteen low or when it becomes necesury to tion that would unfeelingly grind1 cents per pound according to quality defeat buyers who have conspired you and yours into the earth to And further pledge yourself that if to prevent uir ana nonest compeu gratify the base passions of avarice the manufacturers do not accede to tive bidding If you consult any and greed The right and the might your demands before spring you will good lawyer he will tell you so and are on your side You can accom njt plant a crop You can stand will also very wisely ask you to act plish jour purpose if you will But such a course better than they The proper thins would be to agree to do so you must act unitedly or Ordinarily such a course would be among yourselves in writing that r ctically so The conspiratois will wrong but if the conspiratois do not each will only plant so much Of miturally count on your not doing Pmio down before nlanting time and course there would be a few men in v vnn whit vour tobacco is reason- - every community who would not go this and not without reason b cause there has never been any real concert ably worth then you would be justi- into the movement from purely They would preof action among the farmers and fied in refusing to plant and in de- selfish motives so long manding an exorbitant price for that pare to raise big crops to take advanthey have remained passive tage of the higher prices foned by that lesistance is not feared or even you have on hand your action And you would be lesson You can teach a expected And iPlhey come down and pay never to be forgotten and owe it to you what you ought to have powerless to prevent it as it would your wives and children to make just remember one thing and be unlawful to destroy the crops of those persons not entering into the the flort that is they will try to even up the agreement But I imagine that if a now mi first time an opportunity offers and majority of the farmers enter into it r don Tht is cay enough The conspi that opportunity wouldsooccur next an agreement to limit the production foolish as rators have on branch called the vonr if vnn would be n few stay out fron Pure nean Therefore further and American Tobieeo Company They to plant a crop nessor seinsnness mac inose same pledge youiselfnot to piani more mean aud selfish gentlemen would than 75 per cent of full crop You encounter many di faculties in atcan get more for that than for a full tempting to raise a crop and no crop For several years you over to succeed who would be vsft1r rr r f tWJtXY produced ana got man ought vou trv mean enough to aid in oppressing SnnnnsR u i OBSERVER his fellows awhile the other way work le s How lo Meet the Trust Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fall Stock Now Ready AT- Â¬ C Crutcher Uos TtJ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ladies Shoes See the new last all 125 Â¬ 150 200 250 up to 400 300 ALL THE I ATEST jgOBB pT1trJji jBogjauitwiii Â¬ Slop oughing ci Hats 75c Every cough makes your throat more raw Every and irritable cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs Cease tearing your throat and lungs in this way Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal You will need some help to do this and you will find it in I flyers Cherry Pectoral jr From the first dose the quiet and rest begin the tickling in the throat ceases the spasm weak- Â¬ ens the cough disap pears do not wait tor pneumonia and con- Â¬ sumption but cut short your cold without delay Dr Ayers Cherry Pec- Â¬ toral Plaster should be over the lungs of every per- Â¬ son troubled with a cough ami raise less and see if you dont get more money If you cai ry out these suggestions you will be surprised to find how quickly you will be able to stop the wrong being done you and also the You will also p iwor you possess 11 id it profitable If you dont think Suppose so just do a Utile figuring you handle a 10000 pound crop for which you will get at least 12 cents Next year you should a pound have 7500 pounds for which you would get from 12 to 15 cents a pund Make your figures Now this sum will just about pay for your labor and a veiy small per cent on your investment in lands and barns So Me you havevwronged no one Mr Thomas Mcintosh of Allentown Tenn had an attack of dysentery which became chronic I was treated by the best physi- cians in East Tennessee without a Finally I tried he ay cure Chamberlains Colic Cholera and After using Diarrhoea Remedy about twelve bottles I was cured sound and well For sale by J V Gayle 1887 In 100 150 200 up U 500 an1 All tin N wist Shams Golors Shoes See the Mens new last sJRNEaISv 300 OASTOHXA County Court Items Th s i 125 150 200 250 350 up to 500 County Court was in Hes- Monday with Judge J D All the NEW SHAP S Ready butsimplytakenthatwhichbelonged10 a Write to the Doctor m K w I k- eoit Unusual opportunities and long ox omlnontly qualify us or porluuco uIvIiik you medical aQvlto Write f rooty all tho particulars lu your case Toll us what your experience has boon with our Cherry luctoral You will rucelvo u prompt reply without Addrasa DK J O AYKll Lowell 2Iaif John Williams The nlrn antiin ilmlrPM fin IT nrices aim colored was presented for probate the same basis at present h inil oinnu tnr uon Unuc o rl Philrbnn iha Urr a uu i mo inujiciy w- - uui nuium uiuiiiui oiuim iui high uujo u u ihiiiuiuii uio uiioi auu iutu what you may rea onably expect to ie Klvt an insurance policy oi vnn nermlt them to oluding it if rf somes we have ever shown T Q Kcuum in present crop m u m io i take the nothing and then plant a big crop Williams The will is dated July You bee now the proper thing to do 7 1898 The will ol Joseph Yogler in but you may niy that others vill not devises all My friend do not his own lAuidwritinp see it that way an tno his real estate to his wife during assume that ou possess Your jei ijje The peronalty he gives Intelligence in the woild She is named neighbors will likely bee it as quickly t0 her absolutely 60 YEARS The and cleaily as you but may hesitate ns oxeoutrix without bond EXPERIENCE anoniHmr mid acting will is dated April 30 1S9G The will of Dr A H Miles Do not ship your tobacco Re Â¬ REAL ESTATE t int while you tuu remom dovibos all his property of every member lieeau e if you hind and description to hib wile liorin tl o Maine ship in any conbidcwhlo quantity pini0 ft Miles during her life I ileslro t soil tho Mlonliu ioul pronurt sit Trade Marks uitUtl in l i mSvf rt and belonging to tliu istntJ She ot you mult as wen in row up wiu with remainder to his child Desiqns tho late wuimel boutli tliroo An COPYRIQHTS C If they can induce you to is directed to settle all his accounts brick imilllill UW Intortht In thenear L stor spoiue iV warehoiwi blockon Uroulwuj n sVotch and description irnsi our opinion freo whothormay to inu iiuiriu i and close up hib estate Avri sond M ir tobacco depot qui ki an n TwotwoSlorjfrnmorosUUncesoiiHIuh mulily patentable Coinniunlca street Invuiiuou vou imt tiiirii nnt iinvii rt- - vou Then hiuj i tlons strictly contiaunt lul Handbook on 1atonta between Clnton timl Mtru struets bout reo Oldest uuency for eecurliiK latents Miss Smith h iho on Clinton Olio tvuiitnr tenonient Co rocolvo are at a heavy expense aud they j 1atonts takon through Munn street nearl opposite Colore lUptUt hureh tpeclal notice without cliarRO In tho ono t r muumui t house You offer for sale and I wo two tiorj tuul it know Â¬ Klk Alley Mero street anil class Will open a Scientific havototaku what they are willing ning Saturday dancing 112 ii begin onAll this propert In In isooil repair ami leUUiu pm Nov weekly A handsomoly give and after paying expenses Alio a night claas for young people i00l rents suit purchaser Will furnish author culutlon of anyIllustrated lournal Laraeat clrit to Tonus J Teims to nclontltlo your four months fl Soldhyult newBdealors you havent much to protect on For particulars apply at Flomlng Information upon applloatlon SAM SOUTH MHS GoaB1Boadwa New York MUNN Ailmlnlstrutih your way home Every argument Hotel between hours of 10 and 12 B Hrauch onico tilb V St Washington U C Jm nu overy inducement short of an abso- - a in I lcllf- - D C Crutcher FOE Cm Co iit SALE i 123133 American iN 1 - e1 siesi BrjS rasa 1 1 IM 111 It5 14 K loM Money nilcdWnmuitPtl 25 Ycnrs Itn Your Pocke MK il nilod 2 Year urrmitoil To buy your watches from us You can easily li i u ro it out for yourself how much youll be iu by comparing price Tbeso are Samnlos or Wliat We Can Do You will find it interesting and profitable to investigate our peerless assortment of solid gold and gold filled watches as the ones illustrated are only a couple of the bargains wo are- offering Our stock is now filling up in all departments with holiday goods GE3F5EJ Elgin Movements fllSn Geiitloinans Size 1485 fwRVS 1185 M A RPI am aa m jbbu Haai Kan RPRT JawaIW nav nai aai aaa bm 1 aav a ww h nsK ar Mr ra bi or n bi m at av h P n m J m 3ur0ajuuinJUiJTnj iruu RELIGIOUS vr un nnJinuuxajxnjxruijinjajxnjuunjinnnmiJiminixr hogs free from cholera and 37 The report for November is report cholera or other disease AArfrttfiiff Affrft Hferl made up from replies received in a mild form THE POPULAR from 148 correspondents repre-Â¬ fwM GENERAL REMARKS SAI senting 104 counties Mm i taiammiEr The amount of corn damaged WHEAT TfttfctHiri in shock and on stalk by wet Wheat sowingwas interrupted during October by the contin- Â¬ weather is exceeding all pre IIIIIIIIIIIIMIMllllloillllll A tew correspondued wet weather In many dictions ents estimate that 40 per cent JUUdJ counties the soil was too wet to c 41 v tf J1T i cultivate for a period of three most conservative estimate T t J f weeks while in the most favÂ¬ the the loss at 15 to 20 per cent ST ored counties farmers were un Â¬ The trouble is general and un- able to proceed for a few days MB Rev Baptist Church less the injury is much exag only without interruption by Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m rain At this date November gerated the loss will very much affect The Young Peoples Society will 1st a largo per cent of the largestwhat was considered the meet at 630 p m yield ever produced acreage remains to be sown The Prayer meeting Wednesday night ears are still very sappy at 7 oclock Farmers generally had prepared and Class in Sacred Literature will meet maturity appears to their fallow land early and haveperfectprevonted by the un- Â¬ immediately after the been many seeded during month of usually Tx V l moist season Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 September This early wheat i ju armors m Special classes for young men a wnose growing T has been the prey of Hessian Seats free and all are cordially inKJ HEED fly and other insect enemies of wheat is suffering from insects vited PtJ the young wheat plant to such are requested to send specimens Rev Christian Church preach George an extent that resowing of much 11 at Darsie the pastor will of it has been found necessary a m and 730 p m r Glory of a itt Morning subject The Where free from injury from mental a special sermon to Young Man insects early wheat has made or to Station at Lexington tXWWWVPWWWw4ibfct and for young men this office in order that phenomenal growth and some Lies and Lying Night Bubjec tfr4r mff w remedies or preventatives may a a Young Peoples Society of Chris of it in fact has reached the tr oe suggested r Endeavor meets at 6 45 in the O A Department tian jointing stage A contin- Â¬ Leader Miss Ida Winkler chapel LUCAS MOORE Saturday Prof D E Fogle of uance of the growing season TO Topic Christian Recreation Prayer meeting Wednesday night Georgetown College these meetings will soon render it liable to in Commissioner of Agriculture To each and all of at 715 T tho young men of the city and the Fall Races at Lexington Topic Inlluence or me ueuveu m strangers in our midst are eai nesily jury by the slightest freeze The condition oi tne crop the Meal via Junior Endeavor meets Friday invitedDastors of the city will give averages 96 for the State The The famous Lexington raei track The NEW ORLEANS 330 oclock afternoon at their hearty co operation to the plans higliest average 100 is shown will be open for a nine dnys racing In connection with tuc Southern Pacific Sunday school meetB at 930 oi the Association by preaching The public will be cordially wel- special sermons at the regular church in the southeastern district In period commencing Monday Nov esThrough Weekly comed to all these services and services to morrow and they have the central district the COndi 21 pecially strangers in the city also kindly agreed to devote their Uon aveiages 9D and tne ave The very best horses in this section mid week prayer meetings largely Tourist Sleeping Gar will be Catholic church The usual ser to the cause of young men and an rage tor the western district IS of the country the races present and Leaving Cincinnati and Loulswlle on I C It R arrangement is now Deing maue 7 Un November 1st 1897 the participate in vices to morrow conauccea oy iu pastor iusi mew urieans Limited train Father Thomas Major the High mass Half fare rates have been secured n for the State was 62 Low mass at 730 am lVcRY THURSDAY on nil the railroads Col Milton Vespers at 730 pm and tor a corresponding date of 10 am at each of these church meetings Young is the President of the Asso For Los Angeles and 8 m Francisco without rooms to- - 1896 the condition was 96 The usual service at the change Tho Limited also connects ciation Col E F Clay and Col L Orleans dally with Express Train for theat New to prayer for Presbyterian First Mc Ulusky tflayney Ohurcii night will be devoted meetings to be rpjlfl estimates Oil acieage PTarlton are the presiding judges Coast and on Tuesday and Saturdays with Paclne the Gods blessmg on the D D the Rev J are to a certain extent unre- pastor will preach at 11 a mandi held next week An exceedingly helpful talk on liable owing to the fact that a SOHSET LimiTED ANNEX and 730 p ra The Bible Whence it Caaiecwas imA Dr E GOLDSTEIN Sunflnv Hchool at 945 a m 0I 4i1ft Clop 16 c1en13 lasc or the Southern Pacific giving special through Christian Endeavor Society meets given by Rev Wm ACrowe jr lea- - mamsPr be SOWn to service to San Francisco Piirtlfiiilnrs- nf -- nnta Propara afternoon Of No 544 Fonrth Avuiiiir Lonif- - inf r v n at 645 p m in Sunday school room Sunday the mens servicepleasing 30th tioilS held on ville Kv will llO nt tho Cailitnl SG HATCH niv Inm Ainr rtnnlnnntl n Were Undoubtedly begun Prayer meeting Wednesday even- ture oi was the vocal solo rendered w 0 rv ultimo a suuri Hotel Frankfort Ky iv rass agent Memphis ln n nTi inT11011nv ing at 730 oy Airs Uran Graham j to oifco Tuesday and Wednesday Dec 6 7 ju H HANSON 0 P a Chicago but the injury early wheat W o pa Loulsllle KiLLOND MRTiininT CHURCH Rev T F Miss Smith and the delay m getting the late Returning once ench month Eyes tho pastor will preach at Taliaferro exnmincd nud glnsses Fciontifionlly wheat in the ground will affect 11 a m and 730 p m adjusted 8 ly U ill ojjen a dancing class in Y M the acreage and estimates to be Axle At the evening servico Mr Taliaferro will preach a special sermon I hull beginning utBpm this alter- - mjufl noxc monm wni ilft taken noon for children ana 7 p m Filduy Serine n s to Men at the Episcopal about Young Men as linal Sundav school meets at 930 a m ni lit for youny peoile Church m 64A u Epworth League oonveiiob The estimated acreage at this parlor Ltiiuur pm in the ladies lato tnlcinc tbn Stntn in 107 n Undor tlio niiKitippm nf llw TtrMtdm D Rev T F Taliaferro liilint taicic iiv uuuuiiu biliousness consti Umvnnvnri Childhood of Jesus itii acieage 011897 hood of ni Andrew there will ho The Subject pation and all liver and siuiuiivh Services at the jail each Sunday troubles can he quickly cured hy The largest increase is shown held at the Church of the Ascension afternoon at 3 oclock this month tisim tho ie famous little pills known in the few counties of the south- - on the second Sunday of each month Leader Mr Sam Whitehead Prayer meeting Wednesday even Theytdeastmuo tfkeaiunlesS ptern district where tho crop u service fur men It is the intention ing at 730 p m nore uno acreage IS M invue as preacners some oi the is grown The Pastors Aid Society will meet Kiipe Tylers Ilemphlll Km estimated at 117 as compared ablest in the State nirioug them tie at 3 oclock each Wednesday after noon at tho Church with 1897 Tho acreage in theelJient Bishop of Kentucky the EAR Aoiw Oftlcial Board meets Tuesday even wv Xrurm Anv Twine i central section is 103 and in tho Rt Rev T u Dudley The lli st of ing it I 1K tfK western 105 as compared with these sermons will bo preached on IIJMP Tho public cordially invited to rtt- POKÂ¬ Ascitosion Episcopal Church Rev R L McOrendy rector Mr Robt Emmet Abrahum assistant Divine service at 11 a m No service in the afternoon At 730 p m a special service and sermon to the male members 6f the nrmfrrecrationto which the ladies are nlnn invited under tho auspices of the Brotherhood of St Andrew Sunday school in the chapel at 945 am Services Wednesday afternoon at 4 in tho chapel All seats free and everyone cordially welcome prayer-meetin- g Â¬ Â¬ before in their history wore the Y of tliisand other lands at tracting young men as they are to day and so effectively helping thpm intellectually physically socially This should call and spiritually forth from every Christian hearty thanksgiving to God and also lead to earnest prayer for still greater blessings upon all future tffortB put forth to reach and elevate the yoiJng men of all lands Tho American Associ ations have regularly observed this annual season of prayer and evangelistic eftort since 1866 with most excellent result The local Associati m will unite in the observance of the week and the following arrangement of meetings has been made Sunday afternoon at 330 a public service will be held in tho Association rooms to which all interested ladies and gentlemen are cordially invited The program will include a vocal duett by the Misses Taliaferro and brief talks by members on the world wide work of the Y M O A A free will offering for tho International Work will be taken Every night during the week ex cepting Wednesday at 730 oclock an evangelistic meeting lor young men only will be conducted in the Association parlors Rousing sing ing and short interesting addresses by tho following excellent speakers Monday Mr W G Chamberlain jr of the Louisville Railroad Y M C A Department Tuesday Rev E F Wiight of Woodlake Thursday Rev T F Taliaferro Friday Mr D D Taylor Secretary of the Lexington Railroad Y M MOA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Crop Report nn 17 nn sA t J lrfWffAAAAtW rWVVV A a R rn frin iMui o 1 lyl SWtfci - Til W I f 11 IMnt yru rit iS4i 1X 1 V V f x iii tifriff A 1Z -- 5wPTlTtppTSTJ ALIFORNI 1 A Â¬ Â¬ ZSXXaEffi Â¬ 1 - Ao Â¬ i w A A A 4 j Â¬ Frazer Grease i I I i Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort Agency tond at 11 a m and 730 p m m Sunday sohool at 930 a Young Peoples Society of Christian 645 p m Endeavor meets atWednesday even Prayermoeting ing at 730 To all these meetings tho public Is oordlally invited y it o A NOTES Tho week beginning Sunday No vember 13 has been sot apart as usual by tho Worlds Conference of Young Mens Christian Associations as a Boason of special prayer and oftbiton behalf of young men Nover Â¬ Â¬ Missionary S MITMERN PKESBYTKRIANUHUUUH Rev Calvin N Caldwell a returned from China will preach Candies Bonbons Chocolates AverilPs Drug Store Main St Opposito Oity nail Sunday night next Nov in at 70 will PASTURES AND LIVE and men be addressed especially to he of he conyreyallon of STOCK church itself each of whom is mtst Pasturos aro still good and bo show a condition of 10G as carnrally uicd to bo present While the sermon will compared with average years men the ladies are alsoimrticularlv to most earnestly Live stock generally are in a and cordially invited and all Rtrnn thrifty condition and will enter pors will bo most heartily welcomed tho winter in best possible con- Â¬ aro cauyB Lonuwon dition Tho condition of hogs justi what a horse neoda rowuors bad when in being fed for market is 94 as condition Tonio blood puriiler and They are not food but compared with average years vermifuge medicine a Hogs as a rule aro reported horse In and tho best In use to put 25 prime condition Price plentiful but tho weight is not cents per package up to tho average Cholera For sale by J W Gayle and prevails to a limitod oxtont LeCompte Gayle Co 1897 le Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Manufactured pRAZER Chctago Factories YHWr LUBRCATd St Loud New York Willi I CO hf l 11 Hiivliitauulllliil nn mhnlntHtiiitoiBof tlio Into OH Suililuth all iicrnoiirt Indebteil to tliu ontuto of Haiti ileioiltMit aro hereby notlfoil to coino for wiirl Mid setllo at once mid all i orsoim liavlnu clulimiiiifiiiiiftt Mildest ito ar reqiuvtedio nnv Bout iliosuiiio to us jiropurly iirnvui for nettlu inent W 0 11IJYAKT lZIU iinlnltitratord Ol Euddutii U4IS deaimi Nov 12 lm hS i v n i w fT 1011 y -- TO go on using your i r tw v Anthracite Stove that every load of coal you use in it is costing you a 5 bill more than that you could use in the Radiant Home Air Blast and get greater heat out of it greater satisfaction from beginning to end combined with an economy and durability that is unapproached in any other stove and never before at tained Â¬ Â¬ Mi If yon have it Kr8rJ iwiSv-- nsjkwoi wDSIIliS MMMSSBSSSMSSBBSSsessasamm City Council rrr r mi r r fn mw JOHN T BUCKLEY SOLE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET FURNISHED BY GLOVER U DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE -- if burley have been sold on our market and of this number 79 hhds sold at prices ranging from 6 to 10 per hundred At the corresponding date A ladies genuine Kangaroo calf in lace or button coin or com last year 12 hhds of new burley had monsense toe Protect the feet from mud and cold and are been sold on our market Tho quality of the new burley ofas soft as kid fered on our morket this week did not show any improvement over the offerings of the past two weeks a good many of the samples showing badly diseased stems and other dam- A mans plow shoe that will wear equal to those vou usually age due to the hot rainy weather pay 150 for duringthe curing season The trade has shown no great anxiety to take of J P Williams and W W On motion the Mayor was di these tobaccos that much JEly for putting down granitoid rected to enforce the ordinance more merit will believing in later re- Â¬ appear pavement on Second street for sidewalk improvement on ceipts If this is the case prices will The best brogan made Hard to wear them out improveAction was postponed until Fourth Avenue between Main certainlyIn show a decidedhave had a old burley we ment next meeting and Shelby streets fair demand for the common and On motion the grade for gran- On motion the City attorney medium red fillers when in good such itoid pavementon Second htreet Was directed to prepare ordi condition and 9 as aro selling be tween 7 The better grades as made by D M Woodson nance for sidewalk improvement selling between 10 and 15 show no A mans extra high cut sJioes that is a genuine bargain at the change fiom last weeks prices price was adopted 0n East Side of St Clair streot The following quotations faiily The Mayor returned wilh his froni Main street to Baptist represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1890 crop approval an ordinance lor bide- - Church c walk improvement on Conway On motion the Clerk was di Trash dark or damage 1 tobacco 00t5 50 The best boot ever sold for the price - Common Oolory brash street rected to answer the communi7 00 5 60 On motion of Councilman cation of J W Blackburn in re Medium to good color 7 00 10 00 trash Lutkomeier the Jlerk as direct- - lition to granitoid pavement in Common lugsnot color j 7 00 9 00 8 00 10 50 Gaf- - front of the Craddock property Common Colory lugs ed to correspond with the Medium to good colory A kip boot tluft will keep soft all winter and is as near water Â¬ ney Brick Company ami notify on South Side lugs 10 003 13 00 proof as leather can be made brick After allowing tho accounts Common to medium leaflO OOfS 14 00 them ih u they must hae Come and see our Klondike Bals made especially for the mud Medium to good leaf 14 00 16 00 tin- Council then adjourned here by Nov 20 Good to tine loaf 16 00a 18 01 On million of Councilman 18 J0 26 00 Sojector wrappory Washington Lutkomeier the Mayor was di- Â¬ Destructive Explosion in For Rent City rected to have oidi nance in il- Â¬ lation to S3 rout Car Company Front room on Wapning street putting iir the Webb Girder uul Leaking gas caused n disastrous evplosion in tho rooms attached to furnished or unfurnislx d AVpply to enforced Gl 212 Mrs II II Watson St 111 flip i 8 4t On motion tin okction ol a tlir Sin tipjtMin r1inrf rtrttn ito1 wasmngion successor io Mi Blackly City on Sunday night last A For Rent nv Try the Capital Steam Laun- tii UIIUI1 HIU IH Al W TU3 posij r ytl8 Kind You Have Always Bought luuiiy vuiuiUJiu ruLiJiufl uumn mm Bern the i el an shirt or collar regular meeting Signature Â¬ law iiooks were destroyed and dam lG tf of The following oidinanees in aged That desirable two story brick res Telephone 17 idence No ail Kentucky Avenue relation to stieet improvements The loss is supposed to amount to West Side known as the Lewis were given their second reading some For Sale property Terms low Apply to o0l0 in money besides viz J B Lewis other things that can never be re Â¬ A No 4 Bulls Eye Kodak Roundabout office In An ordinance In pave Thiid placed Onlv imed strietboth sides Irom Shelb to The Supreme Court will meet in first class order sale cheap two or three weeks For Annlv Main Wanted the committee room of tho Com- - at this office G ti An ouliiianceto pave Second mitteeon Dhti let of Columbia until north side from Main to such time as other arrangements can Did the Handsome A gontlem m and wife or two gen Â¬ be made Bridge tlemen to occupy front room up Ith bmrd Desirably loThe business men of Lexington stairs recognizing tho fact that Capt Noel cated on Third street South Side Apply at this office ZZZ iJB tf Giincs had performed the duties of tho position of Provost Mmshnl with Kansas Gity Montana great discretion and ability pre Â¬ sented him with a handsome sword Colorado Pacific Coast The Lexington Herald has this to -Â¬ An ordinance to pave Main streot South Side onwes side The Mnyor and all the mem- fiom Secdnd to Todd street bers ot the Council except An oidinnnoo to pave Fourth Bluckley JriflY and Stewart Avenue both sides from Ewing were present to Conway street The ni miles of the Inst meet An ordinance to give proper- Ui i i L1JO IJIJU IU ing were lead and approved 1IU1ULMS ll IV 11J JUb 111 The petition of U V Fincel granitoid pavements on the was leferred to the Finance South Side where brick streets Committee lave Leen ordered the width of 1 he proposition ot the barbers same to bo determined by the of this city to allow them to Mnyor City Engineer and open on Sunday was read and Street Committee the Mayor declared it out of or- On motion of Councilman desr Eggleston the accounts against The resignation of Mr G T the Gas and Water Companies Ulackley as Councilman fiom for filling trenches with stone be Second Ward was received and hauling dirt were ordered and accepted presented tor payment by the Tho Mayor presented contract Clerk Â¬ I WORK SHOES Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1009 hhds with We have this fairihe most complete line of heavy shoes we have recGinta for tho Riimn norinrl nf 390 ever shown It is not necessary to add that you will hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 90145 hhds Sales not find elsewhere as good a line at as of the crop of 1890 on our market to cheap prices this date amount to 73400 hhds Up to this date 177 hhds of new SlSO q m 150 Â¬ Â¬ 200 200 300 m - RKMcGLURE St GT T iir lraakfort Ky - OA8TOHIA Â¬ sttt Â¬ BEST TRAINS Utah Washington Omaha SOMETHING NEW tfNsgggsyss1 8iy of Largo packago of tho worlds beat cleanser fora nlclcoL Btlll grefttor economy in 4 pound package All groceni Made only by TIIID N K PAinnANK COMPANY 1hllAUolpbU Chicago BU Louts New York Uotton somely finished and tho handle is mounted in gold wilh a golden caglo with spread wings at the end The sheath is also handsoinaly mounted in gold and richly carved The business mtn of tho city icc ognie in aptaln laiues a man of sterling woith and to him it i duo that such excellent order has pre Â¬ vailed since thosuldlers have been In the city Capt Gaines is peculiarly fitted for the duties of army life and It is gen erally believed and hoped that ho will be given a position in tho en Â¬ larged regular army Â¬ It thehword is a Captains sword hand Â¬ St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago FOR SALE BY TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS CHAIR GARS OVjJN JS VESTIBULED R ROGERS SoptlMy V9 TM RUQQ THAV PA88R AQENT 8T LOUlt MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MQH ST LOUI9 MO LWWAKELEYiQENLPASanAQTBTLOUISMO Wl It IIBIIII t BBB Another Week of Grand Bargains T - e T l gSft IT JLjb jL JES JTO - mmunnnHnnnMnDi rnmnmanmnrnmnnnaanr imaumBR IWCWPIIUiH111 IMTO UlllWWnMMIJWIUHIWH1itlLWIAJ lW y i tTpi j it u Our last weeks cheap sale was an immense succees it crowded our store every day with hundreds of customers From the amount of purchases mac proved the popularity of our cheap sales We intend to keep it up Each week you will find us offering hundreds of choice bargains at prices that defy competition Wo have received for this weeks salo 25 cases extra good values Read our prices quoted below As usual with our cheap sales this one will crowd our store UUUllMilUUAJt9 We nindo nn extensive purchase of 125 grade LadieB Black Kid Gloves Wo place this entire lino in this sale all sizes only 75o pair TIiJb low price will eell them quick Another great offer 200 ladies fine black fall Dress SkirtB2 grade We plnco the low price of 98o on them The mate rial alone is worth that small prico Wo have left about 100 mens black Capo Wo sold nearly 800 in Mackintoshes the pnst two weeks at tho Bmall price of All wool 40a Dress Goods Mens heavy Drill Drawers J5o grade only 18o pair Tho material in them cost cut to 25o yard all shades 40o Red Tablo Linon extra wide only 125 Nobody over heard any other store offer on elegaut serviceable coat at this Come early as they small price before are selling fast Wo have boys Capo Mackintosh Coats just like tho mens at 123 Ladies wo received a full case of those 40c Corsets this week nil sizes We placo them in this cheap sale at 25c Its tho best value you ever bought at the price Oar 75o Corsets in black and white this week only 49c Ladies heavy wool striped Flannel Skirts 75c grade only 49o this week 50 dozen ladies Ribbed Vests only 18o this week 50 dozen mens Heavy Undershirts only 23o this week Drawers at the same price more than this 12jo fancy Flannelette all now pnt Extra lino Warron Blankets 75o grade terns cut to 8c yard only 49o pair Largo pure linou Fringed Towels 25c Extra heavy Bed Comforts 7Go grade grade only 19c only 49c Cotton Towels 5c Good heavy 104 Sheeting only lie yd Good Apron Gingham fio grade cut to Ladies Fascinators in all new fall Btst brands 19o shade Good Shirting Cotton in check and Hoosier Unbleached Cotton Co grade stripe only 5o yard only 34o Good Straw Bed Tick only 5c yard All wool white grey and red Flannel Yard wide soft finish Blench only Good Unbleached Cotton 3o only 16o yard Indigo blue fancy black mourning and Mens One black and tan Seamless 15o Shirting Prints only 3jc All tho bost Hose cut to 9o pair brands wo dont handle any other kind Mens Suspenders only 8c pair but good calico Mens Socks 4o pair Mens extra heavy Socks 8c pair Clarks O N T Spool Cotton 3 spools Ladies Silk Buoklo Garters all ahades for 10c 6 spools John J Clarks for 10c worth BOo cut to 23o pair Kings 500 yard spools only 4c Childrens misseB boys Indies heavy Hooks and Eyes 2 cards for Co ribbed winter Bicycle Hoso black ouly Pins 3 papers for 5c Hermsdof dye 85c grade in this salo at 19o pair Beat this if yon cnu Hair Pins lc paper Misses childrens ludiun seamless black Hundreds of nice Remnants less than and tan Hose only 9c pair cost Mens fino dress Colored Shirt- 76o 7c Opting Cloth beantiful patterns grade cut to 43c placed in this sale at Co yard Good quality Red Table Linen 25o Fancy Dress Goods doublo width 18a grade only 19c grade only lie yard 40 4o 2io yard GOo Turkey Red guaranteed oil colors 39o yard Unbleached White Tablo Linen only 23o yard Ladies Cloaks misses and childrens Boys Heavy Boot only 123 Wo call your spicial attention Jackets Ladies Fino Kid Shoes 98o pair Button to this department Wo out the prices or lace something wonderful Just notice this n Ladips Heavy Shoes 7Co pair up fino Fur Trimmed Salts Plush Ladies InfonlB Soft Soles only 2fio pair Cape 5 grade cut to 288 Boys 2 Congress Shoes to close out A good serviceable ladies black Cape the lot only 85c pair at 98c Our clothing department is enjoying a - splendid run Low prices tho cause Ladies Jackets from 125 tip Infants fall Cloaks in all shades 98c Mens Jeans Pants 49o pair Fur trimmed Mens Corduroy Pauts 119 pnir Ladies Fur Collarettes from 275 up worth double Mens Heavy Gloves 75o grade cut to Mens Homespun Joans Pants 12550o pair grade only 98o pnir The bottom knooked out in prices in Mens Duck Coats 95c our Millinery Department Compare Mens Cassimero Pants only 89c these prices elsewhore Mens fine Pants only 139 Ladies fino 2 Trimmed Hats only 9Sc Men good serviceable Suits only 289Ladies fine 3 Trimmed Hats only 123 Boys Short Pants Suits from 89o up Ladies fine 4 Hits only 8175 Boys Long Pants Suits 179 up Ladies fino 5 Hats only 225 Bnys Knee Pants only 19o pair Ladies fino Felt Snilor Hats all shades Mens Overcoats from 289 np 1 grade TheBO are G9c only Dont Beys from 1 up buy n hat until you see onr line and prices Large 2 50 Floor Ruirs to close out this IlHBfc 2fin Tntiln Oil Ulnfch nnlv IKn lot take your choice at 121 loss than i -J yuu i UAiiu iiuu ii tiiuBU Biiuu pnctJb half the price iu itu ubk cut to Infants Shoes 19o np Childrens Shoe 29o up Misses Shoe G9o np Mens Fino Shoes 98o Mens Heavy Shoes 98c Mens Heavy Boots only 148 - - I We have hundreds of articles marked down in this sale Come early and secure vour share Dont be misled SSTOlFfcllS in Frankfort Next door to Driscolls grocery there is only one CO Props ST CLAIR STREET A L LEVY Manager A URBANSKY XjOUISVIIjIjHi 1898 tii FiwBon louMoit NOVEMBER 12 FRANKFORT I think DeWitts Witch Hazel Franklin Countys Vote Salve is the finest preparation on the So writes John market for piles C Dunn of Wheeling W Va Try FOR CONGRESS it and you will think the same It also cures eczema and all skin dis- JAJE Settle eases Tyler Hemphill Hardin Circular 516 utmmmmmmraiiwiiMiNmiiNiwiMiNiiHiaiMiiiwiiMtNtwitwtiiMtMiniitai i 1544 607 937 3K LJU 2250 4fe mm m EWARD 3000 3500 We win wager 1500 that no bloyclo manufacturer In America is produolng a High Grade Blcyclo equal to our 1698 American Special on which has been placed a price of 35 and is offering to tho goneral public to all alike Furthor that our Peaks Mill Mrs Josie Birchfleld is the guest of Mr John Pierce and family Mrs D G Timmono who has been on the siek list is improving Mrs James Jenkins is on the sick list I think everybody in our town attended county court on Monday last Mr Lon Floiiun and family of Woodlake were the micsts of rela- Â¬ tives here last Sunday and Monday Mr John Smith who spent sev has re pml riiivs in Casev county turned home and is will pleaded with the proipect of getting a home there He can get one farm of three hundred and twelve acres for 000 one iiunureu acres oi u immumu land orseventv nve acres fnrJ0 That is the placo to go Born To afr Tandy Lee and wife--- a son They are the paients of fourteen children thirteen living children There is I ilk of several of our people emigrating to Gsjy comity Weather wintry like Treasury Department October Office of the Commission er 6f Internal Bevenue Washington D C Â¬ T Settles majority CITY ELECTION FOR COUNCIL BICYCLES AT 1SI750 Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money Reemploy no traveling men expensive circulars I riders for cash only have no badIssue no therefore can soli sell our ontlre output to th 5 debts per BIOYCns cheaper than any manufacturer in tho United States We never deceive 100 publiocent I tho No - ono can succeed in so doing Our bicycles are sent subject to approval without anv advance I whatever We expeot to soil 15000 bicycle In 1898 nnd wo only want to make J100 each I S We much prefer to sell 15000 at a prollt ot J100 each than 1000 at 5 each Any Drice 5 above ours made by othor concerns are made so by extravagant expenses and dont let any- s ono convince you that you should pav for extravagances and bad debts of othera But of s the maker and save your money 8 SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE AMERICAN MACHINE COA1PANY Columbus Ohio I fcMWmillllllIMIMIIMIWMIIIMIMIIMIMIMIMIMIMIIMiaitaHlllIMIlllIMMMtlIJIMMUl Internal Bevenue Jas Nolan Letters from the public in regard to the provisions of Schedules A and Hardies majority B of tlffc war revenue act continue to be received at this office in such FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE numbers us are beyond the capacity nf ifrj nlorirtvll fiwim fr rKivmtl H H Roberts ansWer and the situation is one that Frank Keys calls for boine measure of immediate To Collectors of 29 1898 W McKce Ilardie 523 i 327 i s 196 534 300 234 relief i Old Batch Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr was lolm Oliver ot Philadelphia the subicct is narrated by himself as follows I was in a most dreadful Mv sen was almost yelcondition low eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and bides gradually growing no appetite Three physi- weaker day by day clans had given me up Fortunately n frinnrl VirMPil trvimr Electric Bitters and to my great joy and snrprise the ilrst bottle triade a de I coiiiiniiid cided imnrovement their use for three weeks and uu now a well man I know they siwd my life and robbed the grave oi No one should another victim Only fiO cents per fail to try them bottle at J W Gaylos drug store Â¬ avail themselves of such facilities as House For Rent may lie afforded them through the courtesy of the newspaper press to Cottage of three rooms and small inform the public that all inquiiies m remiru 10 internal revenue matters kitchen cistern and well in vard o 32 Logan street Apply to should he mare through their omcPH and if the questions presented are of Mr Kehr next door IMt a complicated nature or have not Remarkable Rescue heretofore been official ly decided thou reference may he made to this office N B Scott Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfleld Commissioner III makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her EEADAOHEcuredln20 minutoabvDr Miles lung she was treated for a month Pain Piixb Ono cent a doeo At druggists by her family physician but grew worse He told her she was a hope Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky less victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her T Tier bo found a list of letters druggist suggested Dr Kings New below will unclaimed lor tho week Discovery for Consumption remaining she endinir Nov 12 1898 bought a bottle and to her delight Arnold flenegar Maishall Marie fount herself benefited from first Mayes Frederick dose Doyle Co She continued its use and Bush Alice W after taking six bottles found herself Blakly Willie Martin Wm sound and well now does her own Neelson Jones Oline J T housework anil is as well as she ever Dugle Robt PhillippB John was Free trial bottles or this Great Roberts G E siJi arui Discovery at J W Gaylos drug Hancock Bettie Rico John H store Large bottles 50 conts and Jnnnings Geo Ragland Thos 6 Jones John Reed W S Lc ws D T Taylor Hell Pirsonn oiillinir for anv otLhese let- tors will please Bay advertised 1 Collectors of internal revenue their various district are directed in to Robert majority lifcililL igtsg Tnnmiminr I lypoiiiiiGi Built on strict y scientific principles nnd of tho highest irrndo materials Price 35 Fully guaranteed How do it Simplicity in construction and not belonging can we Type Â¬ to the writer Trust result in an honest product at an honest orice You need a typewriter It adds tone to your business greatest time and labor saver of modern time The and tho Bloke 8 derfor is the only high grade machine at reasonable Durable Portable Visible Work Interchangeable TyJG cob Â¬ Unvarying Alignment Unexoellod ManifolderNoRibbon Nuisance SnMtypeWrIlteecoii hih08t ard it P Adopted by the Western n ion Tele- graphOo fl6TSend for catalogue and testimonials S B HolmbsnP M Heiiflerson Route MOOUE BEOS 125 B Ofen 018 ijmfc NW D For Representative Fayette St Wearp authorized to announce Mr G W E THOMPSON as a candidate Miles whole wheat flour is not for Representative of Franklin only health giving but is more county subject to the action of tho 3 lf Democratic primary election to be palatablo than white flour Recruits Wanted bzist LOUISVIlle Baltimore Md F St Washington xinsrzE LOUIS O DETWEEN JACOB SWIGERT CO held on Wednesday tVanSVB M AND ALL POINTS December US Lieut W T JohiiHon 3d US Cavalry assisted by Sergeant Dickinson of the sumo regiment have opened a Vecruiting station at the armory of tho Uradley Guards for 1st 8th loth lotii aim raw iniamry and 3d Cavalry They will also taken few good nnliirfd men for the 125th Infuiitrv Lieut Johnson hopes to recruit a good many members of the 2d Ky olunteera mustered out as ho has nlroady recruited 80 of that rogl ment at Lexington Â¬ Woodford Farm For Sale WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST As administrators of d we wi llel ntt ho IT It Ilteatt Court AllsJ 11 31 2S 1MS his fine farm of acres lying ii miles south of Vorsailles Brick dwtlling threeten- l nuthouses two lame tobmco bnrni u Cl S ln CUltS ton 11 Terms ono third cash balance in onotwo three four and five years Jl Adms Vuraalllcs Ky yjjo i- day Nov Tho only lino running throo double illy trains to Evansvillo without change with high back ooaohos and A no to ac F Lmiisrunningtwo doublo daily trains with hiKh bllok 80nt ooaohos and 1Vlllmftn 8leollorB fchrouh without chanKo Tiokots on salo at L N torJtei route tuSmnar SSth L n R R or address B L BRYANT II 0 Monnuw TPA Asst G P A JLgents IrLa LirsLiice uob 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BasnraEn thE VXRent EapitI HntEl