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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -t tfnW e Frankfort A JciO L JN DAJjO U JL TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher VOL XXII gwniJiMaCTjMijrgiiiiuAajtfl ijallrn Dentil of a Retired Merchant On Sntuulny WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY Beautiful Life Ended 100 In Advance NO 12 FRANKFORT KY Mr Wairgener lecelved everyiit tention which his devoted brother and wo never knew two brothers more devoted to each other the the best of physicians and other friends could render but nothing could stay tho march of the destroyer Ho was a member of the Fiist Presbyterian Church of hls city The funeral services were conducted from that Church on Monday after noon at I oclock by his pastor Rev J McClusky Blayney D D and the lemains were laid away In our cemetery by the side of his wife and sons lie leave besides his son Prof Waggener two brothers Mr J L Waggener of this city Mr D Bell Waggener of Philadelphia and one si ter Mrs W B Patton of Chicago 111 NOVEMBER 1 1890 Is WHUKIIHT Win II lilri rooms in the Capital lit to of rccuto licnit trouble aged Go yea is Mr Wtingvner was Uipfoii of the late Dr A C WupRPiier Ho was born at Htns cllville Ky on tho Uth When a child ho of AukiwI 1853 removed with his jmrents to lin villi where he spent his outlr and young manhood In June 1854 he graduated from Centre College and in January 1835 entered into a part nership with his brother Mr J L Waggener in the dry goods business Owing to the fiequent raids made upon the city of Danville during the war the Waggoner brothers re- Â¬ moved to this city in December 18G3 and opened up in the storeroom now occupied by Dr S B Holmes as a drug stoie at the comer o M in and St Clair sheets They woic vciy succoFsful and popular as meichants and continued in the basinesa until November 1888 removing in the meantime to the stoie now occupied by Johnson Hone which they had erected especially for the purpose Owing to delicate health upon the part of the members of the firm they eloped out their business as above stated and retired to enjoy the competence which they had earned Mr Waggener was married in early life to Miss Mary Cooke of Harrodsburg by whom he had three sons Victor Lucien and Bertie Bertie died when a small child but Victor died from the result of an accident when just budding into young manhood Mrs Wnpgeners health gave way and she soon fo- Â¬ llowed her noble boy Of late years Mr Waggener and his brother have spent the summer months at Atlantic City N J and the winter at the Capital Hotel in this city For a long time Mr Waggener has suffered from some heart trouble but did not take to his bed until a few days before the end His son Mr J Lucien Waggener jr who is a professor in a college in Iowa reached heie in response to a telegram a few hours before his fathers death niht lust at Jijrf oclock died at Ir Â¬ The sympathy of a large circle of friends and and acquaintances is ex Â¬ tended to those so sorely bereaved Thousands of persons have been cured of pihs by using Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin dis- easeIt gives immediate relief - Tyler Hemphill Of General Interest i We give below at the request of tho local postofflco department the schedule of collections and deliveries as made by the letter carriers in this city beginning Monday November 14 8a m m General collection and General de- Â¬ livery 11 a collection and delivery 1p m Collection and delivery in the business section only 330 p in General collection and delivery 5 pm General collection without delivery i By observing this data generally our citizens will learn just when and how to make their arrangements about depositing their letters and papers in the boxes 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 advisees others to try it It also cures eczema skin diseases and obstinate sores Tyler The Chief Hiiieos of Milcohtirg Pa mijs DcWittx Little Early are the best pills he One of the oddest deaths that it Risers family during forty ever used years of in his has been oir privilege to chronicle housekeeping They cure constipa in recent years was that of Mis Bot Â¬ tion sik headache and stomach and tle Macklin daughter of the late and liver trouble- - Small in size but lamented John Macklin which oc great in results Tyler Hemphill cuned at the homo of her brother-in-laBadly Hurt Mr Burbridge Blackburn near Woodlake on Tuesday morning last Mr Buoll Taylor of this city who Miss Bet tie was the youngest child of a large family and of a sweet is a brakesman on the C A O rail Â¬ road was badIyhurton Friday night modest and lovely disposition Her health had been poor for some when on the way from Lexington to time and eveiy effort was put lorth Louisville on his train The accident between Lexington and by loving hearts to shield and ward happened Midway No one saw the accident off the impending blow She spent the better part of tho and of course it is not known how year in Florida with tho hope that it happened When tho train reached Midway its milder climate might stay the in Â¬ roads of disease but in vain and she he was missed and search was made returned to her old neighborhood He was found lying on the top of kindred and friends to lay down a car clutching the running rail and unconscious His head was badly lifes bnrden She was a handsome young woman cut laying the forehead open to tho and her character was as lovely as skull her person lie was brought here and taken to For years she had been a member his brothers at the lire engine house of Providence Baptist Church this Dr E E Hume the railroad sur- Â¬ and surgical at Â¬ county and when the hour of dis- Â¬ geon summoned Ho is doing very tention given solution came her faith was lirm and Unshaken and she quietly fell well He does not know how the accident happened or how lie suc Â¬ asleep in the Saviors loving arms She leaves an aged mother and ceeded in holding to the car rail two sisters Mrs Emma Blackburn Dr Miles Norvo Plasters for Rheumatism and Mrs Anna Stevenson together with a large circle of relatives and Fine Place Sold friends to mourn the blighting of a pure and happy young life That well improved and desirable The funeral took place on Wed Â¬ property formerly belonging to Mr nesday morning from Providence L B Marshall and known as Thorn Church the services being conducted Hill containing 70 acretj was pur- Â¬ by her pastor Rev E F Wright chased on Friday last from the assisted by Dr Z T Cody and Rev Farmers Bank by Mrs Alex C T Warn Beagle and was attended Henry for 7000 equal to cash Min Henry and her family moved by every body in the neighborhood The remains were placed among to their new home this week her kindred dead in our cemetery Mr Marshall has rented the We tender our sincerest sympathy Stoddard Johnson place on Shelby to the sorrowing hearts thus made street and moved in That property belongs to the Farmers Bank desolate The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with a in the chest or sjde oi a lame You are certain ack give it a trial to be more than pleased with the Srompt relief which it affords Pain Appointed Gliror lie Dyspepsia Cured mmmmssk 0m Rr ft FTER Buffering for nearly thirty years from dyspepsia Mrs II E Dugdale wife of a prominent bu3lncs3 man of Warsaw N Y writes For 23 years I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a weak stomach The lightest food produced distress causing sovero pain and tho forma- Â¬ tion of gas No matter how careful of my diet I suffered agonizing pain after eating I was treated by many physicians and tried numerous remedies without permanent help Two years ago I began taking Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and Nervine Within a week I commenced improving and per Â¬ sisting in tho treatment I was soon ablo to oat what I Ukod with no evil effects I keep them at hand and a single dose dispels any old symptoms it Dr Miles Remedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee first bottlo benefits or money re- Â¬ funded Book on dis- Â¬ eases of tho heart and servos free Address Dr mS mil r CR mm- reervme Restore miies - Wi Health DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind mmk E C Hemphill matism alo For sale by a certain cure for rheu- Â¬ J W Gayle of Garrard Mr Wm Berkele county has been appointed by Gov Bradley us Ordnance Sergeant in charge of the State Arsenal to suc- Â¬ ceed Mr Carl Dixon deceased Mr Berkele formerly held a position at the prison but went into the army as Quartermaster of the S econd Ken- Â¬ Thss handsome table Mahog any inlaid top and shelf Â¬ r tucky vvvifJiv-w-iw-JJviwjvL- wjtWHH hi - i vtjv w wMmyyw vvn R H Rogers A Heap of Coal 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 buy it separate its cheaper Let me have your next order Sons G MATTEEN TiaiE- - Pbotoiiaier 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT OFFICE NEXT F C K exe- Â¬ FREIGHT OFFICE aftf GAINES OLD STAND TELEPHONE 100 Jjf aftcakftf A tU Jit A iHt ltC llttJSkj tniftrifc AAj ciBfirtr iW ifttj cuted at this office Job work neatly TBY OTTIR- - Sausage Grinders Keep Out the Wintry Winds STAGC j Tf i IT I L You mm cant boat em on price and 1IU DUUI I UIIIHII HUUlliiy tvT f Qags auc WoatheiStripS PokciS ToilgS SllOVOls Coal Hods Fire Sots and Seroen Guards jw -- 55fc i Yes tho very highest grades of House Roof and Car- Â¬ riage Paints and Varnishes Oil TniniMnnR lHnor Wnx i - Restorer Ronowor or Filler call on us - tempie 009 JL jfikVjrVJir CmLs JLJir3LA VJJlXi HARDWARE MKJUmUiUJJUm lWJMWUniPMfc WP 150 25C sn j Ibs in blue unci ORIMER MA I am constantly manufacturing and adding mv stock of to e7 y a r stjsst wry ffft w For Childrens Roofer Overcoats A decided bargain black Mens 750 wiiriiifnrwrcfflTKnTTHErt BEAM A MADE CLOTHD il n 1 Black Kersey Overcoats all wool silk velvet collar plaid flannel lining One of tho best bargains in the lioue Mens and Boys Winter Caps chase enables mo to offer some values nt this price late pur unusual Â¬ For Boys All Wool Ulsters A Manufacturer wanted to close them out and I bought them at a price that enables me to sell them at same price as they sold at wholesale early in the season 459 AND 5 Â¬ I have just finishod and put on salo two new styles in Fancy All Wool Cheviots in Mens Suits at 750 and 900 Two bargains which will havo to bo seen to bo appreciated 75C Mens Jeans Pants in brown or grey Same quality as you get at the other stores at 1 hfiB S1006 tho money Mens All Wool Black Irish Fri zc Ulsters Most all stores have black UUturs at 10 but these are better than the prico indicates and better than you can get elsewhere for Tggra wi Krt giacurj Far- r3 traveling in the west in the interest Oo of hiB distillery John Cochran llAKDWiCK UrDrKE At the Miss Mary Pago is visiting relatives for some weeks returned home Tues in St Louis Mo Sacra House in Frankfort Nov 18 day Miss Talbott Dudley is visiting Miss Pauline Helm Hardin State 1898 Mr James II Ilardwick and friends in Versailles Librarian and Mrs Ohas W Saffell Miss Sudie Updike both of Sted Mr G B Salender and wife spent attended the Convention of State mantown were married by Rev Librarians at Washington City this Geo Darsie Sunday in Louisville Hon Harvey Myers of Covington was in the city Monday Miss MagofUn is visiting relatives and friends in Lexington Mr J B Dryden sr of tho Call was in Cincinnati this week Mrs Clay H Hatchitt of Nowtow21 was in the city on Wednesday Mr Walter Franklin spent Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday at Versailles Rev T J Stevenson of George- Â¬ town was in the city Thursday Sheriff Jas T Wilhoit of Wood- Â¬ ford county was in the city Wednes- Â¬ day Mrs Wm Cromwell has gone on a visit to Bowling Green and Scotts ville Mrs Knox Brown of Owen countyi was the guest of relatives here this week Miss Winnie Adams of Versailles is the guest of Miss Lulie Crane this week County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was in the city on Wed- Â¬ nesday Mr A M Duvall of Peaks Mill made a business trip to this city on Monday Mr Geo A Lewis of this office made a business trip to Louisville Thursday Mrs Edward Hensley visited her son Rev A O Hensley in Versailles this week Mrs Mollie Roche and son Robert of Paris spent Tuesday here the guest of relatives Mrs Jessie McArthur of Dayton Ky is the guest of Mrs Johnson Barrett Shelby street Miss Mollie Berrymnn is visitipg her brother Mr John W Berryman in Versailles this week Mr A J Showaltor of Dalton Gn has been visiting his cousin W B Showalter of the South Side Mrs Joseph Kouenburg of Louir villo spent Sundav here the guest of her mother Mrs M X Murphy Mr Jo LeCompte of Lexington attended the funeral of his cousir Miss Bottio Macklin on Wednesday Judge G B Swango of Hazel Green was in the city Wednesday shaking hands with his many friends Mr Geo L Barnes wife and son who have boen visiting relatives at Bowling Green have returned home Miss Geneva Newbrandt of Cin- Â¬ cinnati who has been visiting Mrs JohnBon Barrett has returned homo Mr Geo Penn of Austin Texas who has been visiting relatives hereÂ¬ for several weeks left for home Satweek Mr Mervin Parrent Third Ken DEATHS tucky Volunteers who has been at on furlougn left lor Lexington home Dixon At the home of his pa- Â¬ Monday He belongs to the Provost Guard rents on theVest Side on Saturday Col Ohas Newton the veteran night Mr Carl Dixon eon of Lieut lightning jerkerand manager of the J K Dixon and wife of typhoid W U Telegraph Cos oQice here has gone to Hot Springs to recu fever Young Dixon wasabout26 years old perate Mrs W K Wright and daughters and eamo to this city from Johnson Misses Sue and Bessie Bacon have county when his father became gone to Huntsville Ala to join Mrs Ordinance Sergeant in charge of the Wrights husband Cape W K State Arsenal in 1890 When his Wright enlisted in the army at the Mr Pickens Tremere of this city father who is a member of the First Ken outbreak of the war with Spain tucky Volunteers Louisville Legion young Dixon took charge of the now in Porto Rico is at home on a arsenal and was attending to his short furlough duties until stricken with disease Mrs Xih T Snrnko of Lexinrrton He was a member of the Methodist spent this week with her hnsband Church and the funeral services wno is a u o oioreKeeper ai iur Wilder Dupuys corner of Logan and were conducted at 10 oclock on Monday morning by his pastor Fourth streets The remains Lieut J K Dixon Co M Third Rev T F Taliaferro cemetery Kentucky Volunteers Acting Com were deposited in our missary was called home by the illMr Dixon was a clever and pop- Â¬ ness ami death of his son Mr Carl ular young man peculiarly de- Â¬ Dixon He has a ten days furlough voted to his mother Mrs Albert Fall and children of Great sympathy is felt for those so New Mexico who have been the sadly bereft guests of Mrs Sam E James for some weeks left Saturday for a visit to Baker At his home near Bald relatives in Nashville Tenn Knob in this county on Monday Hon J P Hobson Judge of the Court of Appeals elect accompanied Mr Chas Baker Mr Baker was a good citizen and by his wife were in the city this week arranging to rent a house so will be sincerely mourned by many that they can move to this city where friends thoy will reside during the term The funeral took place from Leb which will commence January 1st anon Baptist Church on Tuesday Rooms last at 11 oclock a in Dr Baxters Dental Main street opposite Opera House Â¬ PERSONAL Mr Riolinrfl Afnrriq wlin been MATRIMONIAL The Union Thanksgiving Service The Union Thanksgiving Service will be held next Thursday at 11 a m at the Christian Church and the ser Â¬ mon will be preached by Rev M B Adams of the Baptist Church All are cordially invited This change of location is caused by the repairs about to be made on the Methodist Church Insecure Scaffolds Cause Several Men to Be Hurt i I mum NO CURE nervousweakJ men I NO PAY s t TIIC NEW METHOD TREATMENT original with Drs K At K will potl tlvcly euro fururnuy form of Blood or Soxual disciro It is tho tesult of 30 years otporienco iu tho treatment of thoo diseases WE CURE SYPHILIS This torriblo Blood Poison tho torror of mankind icldq rendily to oir NEW TREATMENT Bownio of Mercury Iotaph clc ihcyinny rum joursystcm If vou lia o rorod in tlio mouth or tongue pains in tho points soro thront hair or vyuuruws tuning uiiiiuiii sur uiuicurrr DV1U nut- Jf riVltUlil UVtiAllglllllUI ache- etc you hao tho secondary stflgo OE tnH Jilood iouon WO solicit tno most obstinato cases and challcnso tho world for ft case wo rcccpt for trentment and cannot cure By our treatment tho ulcors htul tho hair grows ngaln pains disnpponr tho Finn becomes ncaitny aim uiurrugu 13 jiuaeiuiu uuu run Thoufandaof young nnd middle aged HW enhaothcirViKr nmUitality sapped I A by early nbuFos later oxcessoB mental wony otc jno muuer mo cause our Now Mothod Treatment is tho refuge Mr Henry Fincel was at work uailing tho iron upon the side of his new house on Bridge street on Thurs- Â¬ day when the scaffold broke under him and dropped him to the ground a distance of some five or six feet spraining his ankle and bruising him up considerably Yesterday morn- Â¬ ing Bedford Gatewood and another colored man were at work plastering the inside of the same house when the scaffold gave way and precipitat- Â¬ ed them to the floor Gatewood had an arm broken and the other man got his face severely cut in several places an WWECUREIMPOTENCY Ambition lifo nnd energy nro ro-and ono fecla himolf a mnn among men JMory enso H treated lnut viduillj no cure all heneo our wonder- Â¬ No matter what nils you ful succcs l u uuu iur consult lis cuiuiuuiiiiiui nish bank bonds to guarantco to nccoia 1 11 plish what wo claim tion nowod I 29 tf Bob Moore of LaFayette Ind says that for constipation he has found DeWitts Little Early Risers to be perfect They never gripe Try them for stomach and liver troobles Tyler Hemphill Fine Time Bean tho OAHTOELIA m This Is Comforting Kind You Have Always Bought DrBulls Cough Syrup recommend it Doses ore small Hoarseness sore throat and constant coughing indicate that the bronchial tubes aro suffering- from a bad cold which may develop into pleurisy or inflammation of tho lungs Do not waste health and strength by wait- Â¬ ing but use Dr JohnW Bulls Cough Syrup at once This wonderful rem- Â¬ edy cures all throat and lung affec- Â¬ tions in an astonishingly short time Hoarseness Sore Throat EMISSIONS i and euro w i DrnnnuTr cvnuiTiu STRICTURE iMPOTENCY SKORIilft DRAINS UNNATURAIj DISCHARG Â¬ ES KIDNEY and BLADDER DisertF BOOIxH CONSULTATION FREE PRKE It unablo lo call writo f r for 110E QUESTION BLANK TREATMENT Wo ircnt 250000 CURED niti J 22 W Fourth St CINCINNATI O Cures Hoarseness and Sore Throat Price aud pleasant to take 35 cents Doctors At all druggists urday Miss Sallio B Showalter of this few days with relatives in Georgetown and Lexington last week Mr P F Stillings and Mr H O Hazelwood of London were in at Â¬ tendance upon the Court of Appeals this week city spont a Hon G G Gilbert of Sholbyvlle Congressman elect Irom tho 8fh District was in tho city on logal bus iness on Tuesday Mrs L A Thomas and daughters Misses Anno and Emily and Mies Mannlo Powell have returned from a trip to New York City Mr W T Llndsovi wifo and son who havo boon visiting rolatives hero for several wooke havo returned to thoir homo at Tryon N 0 Gapt Ohas Clay wifo and daugh Â¬ guests of ter who havo boon thesome timo Mrs LIzzio Popper for have gone to OolumbuB Ohio Â¬ Col Jared A Smith U S A an Splendid Alan Dies nounces that our coast defenses are in such shape that it would bo sui- Â¬ Lieut Col C WWilliams a Ken The Spaniards are having n flne cidal for any hostile warship to at tuckian who was in charge of tho time with their soldiers still left in tempt entrance to our harbors Commissary and Quartermasters Cuba Many of them have not been in Ddpot Jefferson villo Ind paid for more than a year Worse Teachers Meeting until tho war commenced and who than that under the law the soldiers was ordered to Havana Cuba to were allowed to save up so much The Franklin county teachors of make proper arrangements for sup- Â¬ each month and leave it on deposit tho Forks of Elk horn District will plies for our army of occupation was with the authorities Now it turns hold thoir Annual Association on stricken with yellow fever some two 19 at out that this money has been stolen Saturday Nov nouse the Forks of weeks ago and died last Friday Ho was a splendid officer aitfl is a Largo numbers of the soldiers 7000 Ulkhorn scnooi MORNING EXERCISES great loss to the army at one place have mutinied de Â¬ Addrebs of welcome Hon South manding their pay Captain of Immunes The guards in Havana have been Trimble Music disarmed and dismissed Tho best method of teaching Lon- Â¬ Mr Howard Gaines of this city Regular sheol has been raised gitude and Time Miss Pieratt was on Tuesday appointed a Captain Violin solo Mr Jacob Cox in tho Seventh Immunes onoof tho Recitation Miss Plummer Catarrh Cannotbo Cured What constitutes successful teac- Â¬ colored regiments which has been in hingMr Ernest Jones camp at Lexington for tho past three With local applications as thoy can- Â¬ Vocal solo Mr Nelson Alley months Mr Gaines was a battalion rejich tho seat of tho dieaso not Essay Miss Elizabeth Bowen Catarrh is a blood or constitutional adjutant in the Second Kentucky AFTERNOON EXERCISES disease and in order to euro it you recently mustered out of service and must take internal remedies Halls Whether or not other than tho served part of his term as Assistant Catarrh Cure is taken internally and common branches should bo taught Adjutant General upon tho staff of acts directly on tho blood and mu- Â¬ cous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is at public expense Mrs Win Crom Gen Jos O Breckinridge and Is well not a quaok medicine It was pro Â¬ Select reading Miss Innis well equipped for tho position lie scribed by one of the best physicians Music was appointed to fill tho vacancy in this country for years and isa reg For what nubile nurnoses should occasioned by tho death of Captain ular prescription it is composed of the best tonics known combined with school buildings not be used Miss Randolph of Richmond Virginia the host blood purifiers acting di nearn rectly on tho mucous surfacos Tho Recitation Miss Head Linden Murphy a lad of 18 years perfect combination of the two in Â¬ IXsay Miss CJallahue living near Bloomlngton was killed Music gredients is what produces suoli won Debate Resolved That women on Thursday afternoon by tho acci dorful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free should bo allowed to vote in both dendal discharge of a pistol in the F J CHENEY CO Stato and National elections Af hands of his brother Tho boys woro Toledo O firmative J B Iloelcensmlth Neg Â¬ playing with tho pistol and did not R6 Sold by Druggists 7Co know It was loaded ative M M Allon Â¬ zaii jnBv sr 1 sL fh - IM jv2S -- rhg jswiuninwHaftk DECOR aTIOH DAY AT HOMB Should bo observed by having yoor din Â¬ ner more special in dainties than usual on tho verge of summer In our high grndo stock of grooerie- wines nnd vegetables you find fnnoy and staple Bupplies that will onablo you to prepare a dinnor for a kinu nnd nre ospeolnlly appetizing and tompting just now John Driscoll Tho leader in first class goods at low est prices For Rent Store Room Temple ono of the best In tho city is offered for rent Apply to Capt B O Milam or Ben T Farmer Mr Tho largo store room in Masonic A beautiful suburban place of 2 acres in grass improvements a brick cottaRO of five rooms with galleries Will exchange for a small placo in tho country Apply at this otllco ou tf prj tit Si - f 13 MHmBggk m Very nobby nro the new Misses Clonks lilted them Beautiful jacket lined throughout plnid lining only 50P i5i Everjono Epctrio Seal Mink ABtraknn Persian Lninb Thibit Moullon prices 250 up nil graded Wo huvo them in TAJ wmmvasgataaxw values Our garments nro nil well mnde lined throughout Hoo our 375 475 7fi0 great values All the new styles nnd colors extra They nro Httlo bennties Wo hnvo thorn l2G up Prices from 0 to 12 years to 10 Id m tiS CJQho Keeps Tho largest tho best tho cheapest lino of Ladies Misses and Childrens Clonks Dress Goods Silks in fact anvthitnr which is usually kept n a first class Dry Goods and Notion Stock Wo claim we do How can wo it If you will on yH 8 r y 7 BUd gCt Ur priC8 ftUd lf W0 d0 not d0 wh we wo aToeanbuck to i poe 1 a V3t With ciery childs clonk wo FUEE sell north 500 oroicr ao ghc n bciuitifiil slorj book of Oliver Optics Ask coupons for Weiteel College where the youth of the country was being educated was the proper place for them to the end that they might be made useful for referÂ¬ ODonnell THE 35 a5KmSSIilieiB Communicated Editor Roundabout The culling of a Democratic primary election for the 28th of Decemher to nominate a candidate for the Legislature brings the question of next Representative dis- Â¬ tinctly to the fiont and suggests careful and discriminating thought Public sentiment seems unanimous that Capital Appropriation shall be the watchword of this campaign and it behooves all persons and par ties to put aside individual ambH tions piques and prejudices to the end that the best man may be selected Minor things are dwarfed Three gentlemens in this light names have been mentioned as aspirants aifd still others as possible This is a worthy ambi- Â¬ candidates tion that gives the people a number to choose from and a fair opportunity to get tho best This wise precaution taken it seems entirely practica- Â¬ ble to secure the long desired boon to Frankfort and the county and State and settle once and for all time the vexed question Toarrjvoata sensible estimate of individual merit among the claim Â¬ ants some cool consideration of rela- Â¬ tive talents and experience mu3t be indulged and in this no unkind in- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N 4 St tention is entertained toward either of the gentlemen concerned In se- lecting a leader there are many points of excellence that should have place in review and finding these the public Intel ust receives its due and all men should be satisfied Natural endowment for political leadership is a quality not possessed by every politician and it is also one without which no Representative can be depended on in tho management 4V UMMXV i V MTU0B 3c VKWKlKnKVtKKW ueucaie t They do not complain of anything in particular They eat enough but keen thin and Children They appear fairly well Eale have no strength You cannot say they are really s sick and so you call them 8 delicate s 5 Whatcanbedoneforthem Our answer is the same that K 6 the best physicians have been K giving for a quarter of a tury Give them cen- - t Scotts Emulsion I h of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- 5 phosphites It has most re- - j J S It gives color to the blood markable nourishing power It of a contested bill in a legislative body Experience must also strength en diligence lest advantage lose its opportnnity and failure shame the actor Looking over the field as made upin the light of the foregoing suggestions it would appear that the Hon South Trimble presents the qualifications By inheritance that are desired from his grandsire genial Old Jere South than whom no more mag netictnan nor Bhrewder political man- Â¬ ager existed in his day he wears the mantle of success as proved by his rapid advancement to the foremost place in the councils of his party and and the indorsement placed on his aspiration two years ago An or- Â¬ ganizer by instinct and a leader by force of character he proved his birthright on the floor of the last House in perfecting legislation against combined opposition that would have dismayed a less deter mined man A native of the county inspired by every attribute of patriot- Â¬ ism and pride and fitted by associa Â¬ tion to mould and lead legislative thought he comes to you in his young manhood asking indorsement lor service already rendered and privilege to go forth again in the interest of his people If fidelity to party demands entitle one to recognition the plaudit Well done faithful servant should resound in his ears and he receive the nomination without a dissenting voice His work stands as a raonu ment to faithful duty rebuking pue rile criticism and shaming ingrati tudo the meanest and most contemp tible of ali human frailties In some quarters complaint is heard that partisan legislation was fjatered by him to the detriment of local interests However this may be ho is abundantly able and willing to accept the test of fair investigation and stand or fall on the verdict of a just decision But accepting the charge as true for purposes of this writing does it not occur to the fair minded reader that ability to secure such re- Â¬ sults prot laims him already a veteran and foreshadow the logical conclusion that such energies directed to tho great problem in tho coming assembly would almost surely win thopriez It is idle twaddle to talk of willful unfaithfulness to his home and people unworthy tho man that utters it if he has taken the trouble to inform himself tedious methods Short session and obstructing tactics by opposing elements account for many a failure afttr zeal and vigilance had exhaust Â¬ ed resources IIu will bo heard along theso lines before tho final day Much sovero comment is also In- uulged about removal of tho Goologi- Â¬ ence c Still in deference to afore Â¬ said local sentiment Trimble voiced Are cordially invited to call and inspect our line of latest London the wishes of his people and voted Paris and New York Creations in to keep them here 72 to 4 speaks his acquittal for it was a forlorn hope Finally people be wise be just We also have the most stylish be true Place your confidence and give your countenance to this young citizen and feel assured that he will redeem all pledges and accomplish In the City We believe we can save you some money on all of all ends entrusted to his keeping iinjj IESO Tin n nllTFrifinrP riMUMl DRESS GOODS SILKS AND TRIMMINGS JACKETS CAPES AND COLLARETTES Win your battles against disease by acting promptly One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results When taken early it prevents consumption And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief Tyler Hemphill Dr Bulls HEENEY S Dry Emporium Broadway 9 Cures pleurisy and pneu-- 0monia in a wonderfully short time It promptly allays inflammation of the lungs For sore lungs it is invaluable Small doses The following are a few Saturday and Monday Specials Best Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear 1 per suit worth 1150 s Ladies Underwear 50 cents per suit Ladies Union Suits 50 cents per suit Ladies Fleeced Hose 25 cents worth 40 cents Childrens Underwear 40 cents per suit and many other bar- Â¬ gains too numerous to mention Tuesday is Black Goods Day Call and see us the above goods WU UsL II Price 25 cts - -- 1 byrup I Goods 311 CASTOR A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signature of Groceries Boventeon years we hnve catered to tho best trade in Frnnkfoit nro our oldest Wo consider some of our best customers quality first We hae established a reputation on quality of goods and reasonable prices This is our platform Our stock this Benson is larger and more rnried than ever For W U4S For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham berlains Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cre It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyea and granulated lids Â¬ Â¬ Skin Diseases New Goods Arrivin g Daily New Edam Pino Apple and New York Cream Cheese Evaproated Penohes and Apples Prunes Raisins Buckwheat Flour Cereals of o We begin to handle oysters to- Â¬ nil kinds New Canned Goods day and continuo for the season Call nnd inspect our stock nnd get prices Dr tauys condition Powilnra fnr horses are the best tonic blood purifier iiuuvciiuuutje rrice 20 cents Soldby J W Gayle nnd LoCompto Gayle Oo 3I I3 BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Phone 49 Oct lfi Sm J HEENEY I am still making 50 THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER A great success them nt Mntterns Disoltition Of Partnership tho world for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetters chapped hands chilblains corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded Price 2o cents per box For sale by J W Gayle 15 ly in Â¬ Â¬ The best salvo Blue GrassNurseries PALL 1898 hter thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden Fruit and ornamental trees shrubs roses vines small fruits rhubarb asparauus and all other Pjltes reasonable as stock grown In nurseries we emplo no agents Descilptie catalogue on H F UILIEXMhKH application to telephone 7J Lexington Ky Oct 1 Rlea iIoIiik input bus firm of Durckuurd lme this day dissolved lmrti erililn b mutual consent John Rles retiring and XI Rureklmrdt iissumlntf all assets and liabilities or said llrm All ionons having claims against and all poisons knowliiK themselves Indebted to said llrm i f llurkhurdt Y ltles are reiiiaitHl to tettlo their accounts Thanking tho public for their over cenerous mippoit and asking a coittluuinco oC the same for tho now llrm ot M Hmvkhardt we are or M IIUIlCKHtltDT respectful Nov 3 lfal8 n ho InetsS Hin Try Milch wholo wheat flour 3 john itus 10 lni umma ait iit tit iu uiu uiua- - 3 cles It adds power to the yt nerves It means robust health and vigor Even deli- - Js cate infants rapidly gain in flesh if given a small amount three or four times each day st oc and 100 all druggists BQWNE Chemtsts Ntw York SCOTT w w tf Trimble being held responsible Of course this is all bontlmout that can Disoltition Notice TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN WholB Wheat Flour WHOLE WHEAT you that it makos well ns tiio moat it iMMVi45 not bo made available against a most moritoiious moasuro that was sus talned by a voto of 72 to iMr Trim bio voting in tho negatlvo Tho 2 room they occupied was needed for C llurry purposes bwidca tho State I 20000 bolts wall pnpor at lo nnd upward Agent for Dooring mowors nnd bindors Oliver plows Studobnkor wagons bug gios stoves Main street nnd t Olnir street M A Oollins Jan 29 ly One trial of Miles FHANKFORV KY Nov 2 18U8 FLOUR will convince This Is to certify that tho llrm of Thompson A tho most delicious as Toombs has this day been dissolved by mutual consent W K Tombs retiring it i ThnmpMm wholesume bread assuming control The said Thompson obligates Ak your grocor for himself to pa all debts and obligations ot said llrm and Is authorized to collect all debts due u 1 THOMPSON said llrm Nov Win 3 tf W K T00MU9 MILES SON r l F7SZ FranKfort mmMtiiwit M ffSKKSCKaUZV V sdiZZSZiOCT THE GREAT MAJESTIC Entered tit tho postoMce at Frankfort Krutiickr ns second class mailable tn tltor Majestic Biseait aked in Commencing MONDAY ysy wyyywya AyTyyyy3y 3 s v GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 10 IBH8 t l U frB zZ V J majestic wrGcn jKp L Miotic Mrccn I 1 ft 30 n minutes g0ff8e j F11VNKFORT NOVEMBEIl copper wwiiiBpm- - Farmers Institutes Scrlss 139 To be convened under the auspices of the Kentucky Bureau of Agri- Â¬ culture at the courthouse in Bar bourvillo county of Knox on Tues dty Nov 20th 1818 Three sessions will be held during the day Morning session opens at 10 oclock afternoon at 130 and Stereoptlcon illusevening at 780 trations on the lectures will be given at the evening se sion Â¬ 5 s SS raHlnH pREfIT MAJESTIC THE GREAT MAJESTIC 1 or doing lil tmratw I II A COLLINS St Glair Street NOV 14TII to 10TH 1818 nil nro invited to attend nnd rco tho working of the 3rE STEEL MAI LEABLE IRON RANGE THE GREAT MAJESTIC IS UNRIVALED FOR BEAUTY UTILITY AND DUB ABILITY It is ninde to Inst n life timp Does quicker work with onc linlf the fuel than any other etovo or rnnpe Dont take chances on nny of tho numerous immitntions made by theenst iron Rtovetrade lhe GrentMnjeptlcip now Bold in every State in tho Union prompt nntl thorough cooking nnd quick water heating it has no rivnl Special Inducements to Parties Purchasing This Week It is to be hoped that tlieno efforts to defeat the trust will not cease West Indian Excursion LECTURERS An able cerps of lecturers will be on hand who will discus subjects of interest to the farmers Ironi a practi cil standpoint Among others will be the following Prof M A Seovell Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station who will talk on the work of the Station and what it is doing for the Entomologist ot the Station who will talk on Insect and Fungus Diseases of Crops Prof Miller Professor of Geology M College who will Kentucky A talk on Geology and its relation to after spasmodic action and tho p advertised by tho West Indian adoption of u few high sounding Excursion Co Vm Tupper Co oilice 501 Temple Court Atlanta Ga resolutions ROYHL MILLS -- CASH QUOTATION Patent Flour per hundred Ahnrai1Hlilnra iii iLuiiMr ticutns for farmer Prof II Garman tu nmmn so ceituinly ul L nm Hwi wir nfn -0 BrUIHWUlC J iiiu as they get pin- - TOBtOD their fi Hirers in tho nie so surelv will the movement be doomed in ad- vance It w well known that these oily gentlemen are only in or any thinir that will nroinote their own schemes rrnrdles of the interests of the people Good Word For Our Fred j Brunswick Ga November 27 1803 at 1 amily I lour JJAJLbl per hundred of the Islan d of Puerto Rico Steamer rates from Brunswick win FANCY Low Grade Flour per hundred be as follows X A few extra choice Corn Meal per bushel per bushel berlil3 limer jwl rouni trir 4125 Corn class Firt115 saloon berths round Shinslutf per 100 lbs trip Custom grinding Wheat nnd Corn a Specialty irstclass inside berthsround trip tirst-class i j Gd to Sill I ftOlfl ROYAL Best 230 li10 200 50 70 Agriculture Prof C W Mathews Professor of M Horticulture Kentucky A College whose subject will be the Garden and Orchard Mr E W Jtobinson of Missouri an extensive breeder and feeder of swine who will talk on the Care the Feeding and the Breeding of Swine MrW V Stevens of the Indiana State Board of Agriculture who will 101 Steerage round trip 50 Steerage one way 30 In connection with which round trip tourist tickets are now on sale L B Frankfort KeutiK ky the erti er an TJVunawiek Ga and Brooklyn in his eport to the Navy return via Southern It iilwiy with The round Department in regard to the work final limit May Jl IS Cook i CaptFA of talk on the fertilization for wheat with clover and leguminous plants and on other niatterc pertaining to successful wheat growing Mr M F Johnson President of the State Horticultural Society will lecture on The Pleasures Profit and Possibilities of Fruit Growing in Kentucky An attache of the Oilice of Road Inquiry National Department of Agriculture is expected to be pres e it and will talk on the subject of Highway Improvement or Good Roads U aS aiO rlnnn ln flw OW tv unrl iiinnrm Ihj tri nttCS t BrUUSWiclv fo ship has this to say of our young Cincinnati 3055 From XjIB33KXZ friend Passed Assistant Engineer Louisville 2930 From St Loui 41 From Chicago 12 From De Thus Fred Carter formerly of this Offer 35 troit 1125 From Indianapolis city 12 15 From Frm Cleveland Yard3 have been enlarged re built re arranged Tho spienuiuamt emcient woik ctriumbus 3G It is the nearest From Dayton 8300 point to eastern markets done in the engine and fire rooms From Toledo 3815 BEST DISTRIBUTION POINT EAST OF CHICAGO Similar reduced rales from all was largely due to the zeal and Apply to For Baltimore Washington Philadelphia and New York mnrlrpfR intelligence of Past Assistant Kni- - tlir princlpil stations nearest agent Good buyers for export cattle and othor stock always in attendance neer Cartel n iho u cut immediately Uoml coupon ticket w7iti for addi or uoinmibsiuii liiiim KiVU pruiupu iiiioiiuuu to consignments to his station in the engine rooms c Beam jr N W P A 80 u i ii JLiijjUKTOW JH Suporintendont Sept iu 3ra and was unremitting throughout Adam St Chicago III pot 7EJh LiSJiJiiSjhZ5 bJbfojCi 5S2iI2SSZSE2SvS7SS Pass and Ticket fin - jwtfnn in his ofiVirt tn 0- - the1 A Whcedoti -geni j iouisvnie isy -- peed best C A Baird T P A Louisville The beauty of it all is that our WM CROMWELL t Cincinnati Railway LouU- Win II Tayloo A G friend deserved every word and more at Law I j I nusourg EAST W J m 0 K Stock Yards Superior Advantages to Shippers t j 5 v 1aSj too villi- - ICy Card oi Thanks From New Zeland Attorney Frankfort Kettucky ONLY DIRECT LINE BETWEEN Unavoidable causes may prevent T the many kind friends and the presence of some of the above named gentlemen but their places neighbors of Frankfort who so will be supplied wherever possible kindly extended to us their sympathy These meetings are educational and and so generously gave us their as ar devised for the purpose of bring- - sistance and comfort during the Â¬ REEFroxNewZealandNov23S8 lam very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chamber Iains medicines the sale has been very large more especially of thoj Cough Remedy In two years I have sold more of this particular thp previous live years As to its etlicacy I have been informed by scores of persons of the good results they have received from it and know its value from the use of it in my own household It is so pleas ant to take that we have to place it beyond the reach of the children E J SOATLEBUUY For sale by J W Gayle Sword Presented As announced in last weeks issue Col John R Allen as the spokes man of the business men of Lexing- ton presented Capt Noel Gaines of this City With a beautiful SWOrd 011 Â¬ Will practice In th Also Rent Estate Agent Courts of Franklin and tho adjoining counties give special attention to the pur and will also chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans C1NC HNATI AND FRANKFORT F C ASK FOR TICKETS VIA RAILWAY j itig the farmers of the communities fatal illness of our beloved boy together for an interchange of ideas cui we return our most sincero and for tho improvement ot methods in grateful thanks for all they have agriculture done in this our hour of sad ent Ko farmer can atlora to neglect The lecturers are those meetings iur aim iurs j iv jjiaum nrnfticnl men thoroughly versed in the subjects they discuss and you will undoubtedly get from them and your neighbor farmers in attendance v v i iimn siiyrestions that Will be 0 r value in the future -Come out and take part in the dis ti it i The little Dutch cussions Hint will follow each lecture stopped the Bring the family Dont forget tlui boy whothe dike with leak in boys Talk institute to every farmer his finger saved his from over- Â¬ you meet and get him to promise to country destruc- Â¬ whelming tion You have read Remember the date Hear come about him in your every lecture Special invitation to school readers how Qlu-A- luiuni iiiciii vi iiii uuiri llliliw iwi m Ar TXIUKtou WUSTJIOUKI SOUTHERN RAILWAY UN KENTU elTcuc KY S jpdulo 1 of trains tn effect June Cth 1828 No lfiNo 3 Lassr Mixed Mxert 7 7 7 RAINS EAST a6 1 Schedule iu rASTiOUND Lv Ioui vUlo Ar SaeUiyvlllo Ar lift iiCGtKAr VnrMiUim May 1 1S08 1 vFninltfort JKIkhovn JMiMiils 00 11 - iatuml cwnn 0 rm o3Jjni ituriRinJSopro No0 j HUm lCipm 7 rpm DiMuni BlWpm utffpm pm 0 am tS3ptn Ar No No fi No 3 Swltzer biiinpliifc Ground Newtown CVntervIlle 718 731 B15 817 830 4o 4 41 44J 4 0U iioiijetown lM 505 115 185 50 SU0 20 v I Â¬ OwW v- v Lv Ar Versailles Ar Liurcneobtf Ar Shclbvvlllw Ar LouNvlllo Trains Nos 1 2 tion Chair Cars j lpximrton No 2 Na l 7 lVim JtOpm 5rtVAni aiuirn Jotpni rj2Tm ftlrtam fi30pm 5 iam unm 0 lUDU H Jciin um lU5am 750pui carry Free Observa WBSTHOUNX Â¬ PnJs lllzabetii 825 H4U 35j 3U5 05 345 400 TRAINS WEST Lv A No M 121 T St A M G Pas jr 0 30 No 4 lassr Iussr No si xed 5 and 0 Purls Elizabeth i No 11 N TiiiKmn Tioam CM No tt Lnul vll Ar Iv LnmcbrgAr 7Wpmlii5iui sspm aiim eimi ovjam Ar P 7aptn I043ara ArlhuoithliKAr l3Jiim 7T im 7Vira 7 nn t055am Ar Uurlnlvl HASTOOUNO Jl j 5JAtonr No Nnwtoun i CVntonlllo 940 045 Georgetown I uvulls Stun pint Ground Klkliorn Ar Fninkrort 102s 1043 1050 1100 1107 1120 j ij G17 I bHltzer fi82 0 3J GfG 811 820 760 885 85it 910 430 445 465 510 525 - 049 710 ladies he was walking along the utke when he heard a faint sound of trickling water and knew at once that a leak had sprung in that great embank- Â¬ ment which saves Holland from the devasWar in Earnest tations of the hungry sea It vn3 early in the night and no one was near at hand leak was small when The farmers and tobacco growers Theknew that the action of he found it but he the water would counties are in enlarge it long before morning and wash of this and adjoining away the entire embankment inundate the earnest in their determination to country and destroy his own and thou light the big plug tobacco trust They sands of homes So lie bravely put his finger in the crevasse there all are organizing with a view to calling the long night through and kept itcame and until help to be held in this the opening was properly stopped He had a big convention city on the JIM Monday in next saved his country Equally insignificant is the entrance of disease into the human system The be month December 5th ginnings of the most terrible ailments are Â¬ A call was issued for the Convenso small they can be easily topped at the tion by a meeting held in this city start Your health is a dike which keeps on Monday afternoon after consulta out and stops the inroads of dangerous and devastating disease Whenever it breaks matter how Blightly there is an tion among the leading growers in down nofor opening disease to enter If the openthis and other counties ing is not watched it will grow larger County Conventions will bo hold until the sweep of disease overwhelms Thousands of you and health and perhaps life Is deto select delegates stroyed forever Kortify your health with Dr Tierces sent to the growers oircularswillbo Golden Medical Discovery and you can of this and other States The leaders defy ill health You can make your health claim that they have tho active sup- - so strong n bulwark that disease cannot find a port of all tho growers warohouse Taken crevice throueh which it can creen iu time Dr Pierces remedies prevent Rreater and more serious troubles and independent manufacturers men fbUreda write dully to r HtQ llnliiinir Stutea nnd him how these remedies Dr Pierce telling VIMU WI have saved them they propose to Institute proceedings and made them strong ag grnvates Coiihtipatlon causenatul many in the Federal Court to dissolve tho aerioua diseases It is speedily cured by Dr Piercca Pleasant Pellets trust f- Saturday niglit L BASTaorsu 1- wkstiru nu Lucas Moojik Commissioner of Agriculture i Â¬ ISO iarkNO Tlie presentation took place at the NfLJ6-10SVU11 7 DJpm Opera House between the nets of aim iojun Ar siicibviiAr l 7uni 0 vpm CiSvm iOKamjAr Versllos Ar 8Jrt m 4iapm Cnston Clark plans Ar juimvuy sir 74rmin ajni Tlop Capt Gaines responded to Col 7ipiii iiSpmAuOojnita IiV 7 nun iWjnn KAS iUOUNI Allens address in a short and grace- Â¬ tNo lilNo 5l JTATIONS JYKTIIOlNO UNO 0 P22 ful speech T40iuni 4iAimiLv LnuUvll A lD5um Jljipin liluml AO ipmLv Voi silos AX 7MUIP 50 pm lm lliJin aftpmrNtelilvIU Ai uvsttm pm ojs FRANKFORT a jr AND CINCINNATI 760 1005 7X 749 rM 430 v inv 520 Ar 58J Lv FranKfort leorgetown jeortsetowu 73JAr ciiiclnuatl Ar Lv Ar Lv A 11 If 2 1023 1023 lM 710 020 G17 830 4C0 Narrow Escape llftipin aaopmAr RIelunud Lvj Lv1 lojn OOSain 2 D Ar Irvluo Wpm j Postal Clerk R on JWhaloy who runs fiTAl10N3 No iu4Jiiu Rlnpm 5 loair LrLtuUvUloT Ar Lulunon Ar KniAVilto Ar Asiioviiie Ar Â¬ j Â¬ j Â¬ n - the Frankfort fc Cincinnati Rail- Â¬ way to Purls has been oil on a weeks vacation On Sunday morning hewent to Midway and attempted to board O train tho C which does not stop there JIo slipped and fell under tho train and would have been instantly killed but for tho presence of mind of tho colored man who cur Â¬ ries tho mail from the Midway post ofllce and who was standing near Tho man Jerked Whaloy from under the train but ono of Jiis legs was sic lined and bruised by tho wheels they being so closo Mr Whaley eamo on here In a buggy and wont out on his run the next morning but was qulto soro and uncomfortable from his close call rwim 74Spm iii imi 7 in l 5ptn 5IUUJI1 I ho F CRiIhviy m connection with Quern drCrtwwit Route forms ilio ipiickobt route irom bninlcfort and Pmlr to tho South and via Cincin- Â¬ nati a dlitHJt IIn to tho Kust and Wost UKO U IlVUPKU JObKPll R NEWTON UenlSupt AOPA iJip coanaoD with Q dly oxcopt Sunday N with L O B a conuoo j a i i t15nin Ar JaiskhOtivllla 73ipin ijj0in Ar liattiuiooju fMWmnilliuui Ar Alunti 810am Ar U on yJftpm Ai J ctvHonvlllu 7 Upm ii iiu in Lv fiuuhoov UiJpmllliOpin Ar jiimtuifnain 35 lunlu lUnm Ac Meridian 100umiaJ0um Ar Vi OrlaaiiH ar LouLsvlllo to No f eurrlos Frco Chair LnxtiutOi thoroojnnetLw with olld Voill Sloop iu o train IIourryin- thrmwh Pulhnun Now Or liw ir to riiiuiHliam Meridian and louii aUom tkoscloe oancjllon at Cliatia uou lor Atlanta icon Juclcwonvlilu und Uiuntiuiclr o J eurilM Pullman Sleopur Louisville to Chnttanooiu and lLnnluijUnm also Losing inn to Jiv kKoiivillu via IioiSirlnis Asliovillo n id Pulhnun Union Sluopcr Lexliiutoa to Novr Orluatik tPally except bunday STSWIKT K WlIHDON Loxlnston Ky Joulsvillo Ky m cuLfr m psaANsN3dvpaM Washlnaton DC Washlniiton U O WMILTATIOKAQ PA WATUUKUPA Loulavllto ICy Wiishiuiton D sivuuiian C 0 TIUK TAltLC No 21 No 23 SODTH Lv AM Sliolbyvlllo P M Ltuliitton Frunkfort ir Loulsvlllo 816 011 1001 1100 No 22 620 700 800 fill PTA PTA N0MII Lv luiilbvlllu AM a 830 028 1018 1115 000 700 740 840 j a ir Shelojvllle Frankfort Lexington - An mini wnienCTiJ lwiimi n miuwuwi 1 Krajpa 8SWKSM z55 S3525 BSKasCBSBBra ngynmmnonnw yiwuuwiiwiiiiii w ii iniiBiriii ii niiinrrr 811 SkJIlJSr Sa33EL BEST Cloaks Waists and Suits Dress Goods 100 yard for 48 in Venitian 100 yard for 48 in Baskets 89c yard for 48 in Drap Dete 60c yard for 38 in Crepon 100 yard for 42 in Crepon 50e yard for 40 in All Wool 5c Cotton Goods yard for Green Ticket Lonsdale Cotton 10 yards only to each purÂ¬ juaery Latest designs of Virot Virot Bertha Linen Aitken Dunlap Haas Bros and other celehratod designs Kndx Walking Hats Hats from 50 cents up Ladies Cloaks - 375 up Childrens Clunhs 100 up S50 up Ladies SuitLadies Silk Waists perfect fitting and well made Call and see thorn chaser 3c yard for 4 ft Special Sale Of Ladies Suitings worth worth 35c G5c B Suits All marked down to close out stock 50c yard for All Wool Plaids Heavy Brown Cotton 10 yards only to each purchaser 3c yard Best Blue Calico 3 spoolsBest Cotton for 10c Remnants Best Percals 5c yard Ladies and Misses Cloaks New Blues Tans and Blacks in variety Prices low Communicated 9 Editor of the Roundabout The articles in the Roundabout of last week written by S E Hamp ton and Observer art on an important matter mid they both touch on a remedy but it will be a long time before their denization if formed will be sis powerful us the ContÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ inental and American Tobacco Com Â¬ panies Until it is that powerful it cannot beat such concern without ihe aid of allies When that powerful i it ever is it cannot beat such a combination if it lights alone Therefore the proper thing for this proposed new organization of producers to do is to get an organization and ally itself with all the forces fighting the trust The firt of these allies is organized labor the next is the independent tjbacco manufacturing companies Then follows the various reform as Â¬ The members should buy no cigars except thoe from boxes bearing the label of the Cigar Makers1 Inter- Â¬ national Union If they will observe these two pre- Â¬ cautions they will be buying their own product and will be doing home thing that will get them the support of the American Federation of Labor which has nearly a million mem- Â¬ bers This organization struck the first blow at the Continental Tobacco Co by refusing to longer carry the ad- Â¬ vertisement of the Drummond To- bacco Co after it sold out to the trust The unions of the United States have so boycotted Battle Ax that in some sections of the country it can hardly L0UISV1LLE TOBACCO MARKET FURNISHED BY GLOVER Zc DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREIIOUBE Â¬ sociations c The members of Growers Association should buy no manufactured tobacco except tlnt which carries the blue label of the Tol acco Workers National Union ntl is made in an independent fac tory which it is and sympathizers with the Tobacco Â¬ j Does Your BacK Ache In constant pain when onj vour feet Is that dragging pulling sensation with you trom morn till night I Whv not nut the medicine exactly on the disease Why Lnot apply the cure right to the spot itseli You can do it with Sales on our market forthewcok just cloned amount to 808 libels with recoipts for tbo same period of 205 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 91630 hhdfl Sales of the crop of 1890 on our market to this date amount to 74692 hhde The total offerinKS of new burloy to date amount to 203 lihdB The new burley offered this week met with more competition than it has done for the past two or three weeks The bidding was spirited and prices somo better all alone the line Nearly all of the offerings are from the counties l best 0ffered this week sold from 3 60 to 810 25 We think these prices quality conaidet ed from H to 1 cent hotter than last week We had a Let the policy of the growers be to ROod rain on Wednesday and look aid nil tboac who aid them and be- - for more liberal receipts in the near to gin by calling for union label tobacco future and hope old have some good burley counties crops from the of which is manufactured in in- - nnd feel sure we will be able to re- all port much better prices the latter dependent factorie Then when the organization has part of this month The feeling was Dorter in oui nurioy xne common gained sufhcient strength to make and medium red fillers when in Rood itself felt let it talce me matter up condition met with more competi and vefuse to buy anything at all tion and better prices than ruled last llfk bidding We also i sii r 1IU 11 AHU il lllllll hji uatwiin imat weekmore spiritedthink inn trades on the low iiNv was tobacco in bad condition No change from Do this build up your organization last weeks prices in the colqry sorts Thfi fnllnwiner nnotntioiih fuirlv heln nil indenendent factories stick represent our market for burley to- Â¬ to everybody that will help you fight bacco 1896 crop Trash dark or damage d the trust and you will win 50 U tobacco Go it alone and you will lose 7 00 Oolory trash 5 50 be organ- Â¬ Common to good color Your greatest ally will Medium 7 00 10 00 trash ized labor the only organized body 9 00 7 that has unremittingly fought trusts Common lugs notcolorj 8 00 10 50 00 Oolory since the war and the onjy organized Common to good lugs colory body that has fought the American Medium 13 GO 10 00 lusra Tobacco Co with any effect Common to medium leaflO 0077 14 00 A Daniel II 16 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf 16 OOCov 18 00 Good to fine leaf Go South Volunteers Fall Stock Now Ready JJ- ininniiv Wt O P Priiffihor lf rrro lUii lit uiutuiiUN ui y y o oes See the new last 4 12o vIoU T JUU ifzoU JrdWU n- - Ii tKCSS B v IaJ tteS up iu ptyu ALL THE LATEST 005 xxQjCS 75c 100 Third Kentucky Tl e 150 500 200 up tc Selector wrappery Mo 18 00 26 00 Cherry Pectoral Piaster uc tucky Volunteers passed through this city Saturday morning shortly after mhlniuht Owing to the hour but few of our people saw the boys They went down to Bowling Green wheielhey were allowed a stop of three or four hours andI weie given a grand reception and banquent A large number of the officers and men weie from that section of the State the Colonel Col Thos J Smith is a citizen of the city of Bowling Green Theie aie also a number of Finnic- fort boys in the regiment DrNevill M Ginet Assistant Surgeon was returned Williams Mrs trains carrying the Third Ken- from a Kate to friends has St Louis in visit Â¬ All tfra Newest Shanes and Colors Commence to Divide The Judge Advocate General o f the Navy has commenced to divide ul tne lrJjSQ llloneV won by the navy durinir the war with Spain Can HO0S See the Mens new last xsi cmmPf I SIS ously enough Capt Sigsbee who 1 50 was the first commander to lose1 125 200 250 300 property by destruction oi mu 350 up to 500 Maine is the tltst to icceive piize gets 7f as hK haro money He for the capture of a ves el which All th NEvV S Ready was trying to deliver coal to Cervera The total for the vessel was 13000 of which 5o0u goes to the govern 10 omcor ent Uh tato Ml Ciiildran - Our Clothing Stock tor Men Boys a Provost Marshal until the camf was and men of the St Paul who eapfinally closed t tired her somesf we have ever shown te SiP OlSt Convention tiu hrjsl ana hind Old Maids f Immediately after the Plaster ia applied you feeli its warming soothing in fluence Its healing romodies quickly penetrate down deep into the inflamed tissues Pain is quieted soreness is re lieved and strength imparted No plaster was ever made like it No plaster ever acted so quickly No plaster ever and thoroughly had such complete control over all kinds of pain Placed over the chest it is a powerful aid to Ayers relieving Cherry Pectoral congestion and drawing out all inflammation yon sale hy aix nnraoiRTR U uu jowuu man J AYKK I Old MuldV Convention The which was hold at the Opera House on Friday night last was the big goat success of the season It was thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish and was measurably free from the drag almost Invariably attending amateur performances The grinding up of tho old maids and turning them out of the machine as pretty girls was a hit that can led tho house into a generous enthu Â¬ siasm Frankfort is hard to beat in tho way of pretty girls and tho galaxy of young beauties on tho stago when the curtain fell was one that can not bo oxcelled any where We are triad to report that tho Y M O A for whoso boneflt tho en tertainment was given was the re Â¬ cipient of a handsome sum from tho proceeds of the convention Beam tlT Slguaturo of yB I miiu luunaiBftiwaji Bought Rip in Bad Shape D C Crutcher 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE SIr Joe Jeflerson better known as Rip Van Winkle is in bad shape and has cancelled lib engagements for the season and gone to Florida 3Te caught cold for recuperation somo two weeks since and the cold has resisted all attempts to dislodge Many of his admirers will learn it this with i egret 1887 Crn REAL ESTATE Mr Thomas McTntosh of In Allentown Tenn had an attack of Tttotfto storjfrnmnMsUlfliiceaoiilIhjh street dvsentery which became chronic betwoua Clntoii mul Mein stroots 1 was treated by tho best physi Â¬ Ono twOStory tenomoiit homo on Clinton nomly onposlto Coloioil Huiitlst i huroli cians in Fast Tennessee without a stroet sorj mul noiuMtorj tunomont houso Finally I tried oniwotwo says Moro stioot and Klk Alloy ho cure Colic Cholera and All this property Is In jjood ropalr ami jlelillnu Chamberlains After using RTonni to suit purohusor Will furnish further Diarrhoea Remedy about twelvo bottles I was cured informatloauponappllyon gAMsouTi sound and well For sole by J V Administratrix B 2m Gayle rent property sit 1 ilestro to soU tho following to tho csttiu imtoil In FriinUffrt mul beloiiBlu boutu ot tho Into Samuel AiiundlliletllJ35 Intorost In tho tliroo story brick wareliouso blockon DninihMiy nonr U isSiiiss Trade Marks C i4inn n Vntnli nnt doRrrlntfnn ntay froo whother an i n our opinion qiiliKt Invoutloii is proDnbly pntontablo Communica- Â¬ tions strictly conUUontlal Handbook on Patents sont froo Oldest nironoy for Bocurintf patents Co recolvo lntonts takou throuuh Munn tptclal notice without chnreo lu tho OnPvninHTS DE3IQN8 I nreost clr A handsomely lllustnttod weekly Terms 13 a culutlon of any sclentlUo Journu your j four months IU Sold by nil nowsdealorj Scientific American Co38Bfoadwa 035 V Bt MUNN New York 1 Unwell Oflloo Woshlnuton O pw ijStHlf mJWMbM Vi mnnnnjuuumnrinnjv innnnrinni irinjinn U1TVE - ty ana Parana CAPTUR rrr ill DlUUIA hit JVKl Tho most interesting lino of goods to bo scon anywhere for the holidays and can without question show you bettor selections hotter goods and at lower prices than can be found elsewhere in the city Handsome is our lino of I ills Tz Jewelry L1I Mill LHIPEIIIi bllolllo Bill Â¬ Ml Our line of Sterling Silver Novelties and Toilet Ware is greater than over Dont forget our superb lino AVo always have bargains to offer in this line Also everything in Sterling Silof Watches and Clocks ver and Plate for the table Our holiday display will be ready about November 23 Tho reason why you should buy from us we always givo you a good article at a fair price R5 - II IY1 A SELBERT drujinnjiruinnnjirLruxfiJiJTJuinjiru RELIGIOUS YM Reliable Jeweler Frankfort Ky i nnjuinruannjrmvmruuxnmuxn jMi f Rev R L McOrcady rector Mr Robb Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 430 Ascension Episcopal Church Sunday school in the chapel at 945 am Services Wednesday afternoon at 4 in the chapel corA1J seats free and everyone dially welcome The sincere thanks of the Association officials are extended to the Class in Sacred Literature will meet members of the Ladies Committee immediately after the prayer-meetin- g and all others who participated in Maids or as Â¬ Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 the Old any way Convention the en in making m Special classes for young men sisted in a The tertainment so Seats free and all are cordially in- proceeds were successful sum net 160 which the vited committee generously turned over to tho Directors who have applied it Rev Christian Church preuuu George toward the indebtedness carried over uu j from the second fiscal year Darsie tne paBior win o ni nnd 7Sfl n Til The service held last Drawing Nigh Association rooms was Sunday in the Morning subject well attended to God and an interesting program was car Night subject Sinful and Sinless ried out in which several participated Anger briefly as folows Young Peoples Society of ChrisOpening hymns tian Endeavor meets at 645 in the Scripture reading Western Furr chapel Leader Mrs Mary Mahoney Brief prayers W A Bull O S Topic Praise the Lord Thanks- - Reading Reading of the call to prayer Prnver meeting Wednesday night Dudley A Gray at 715 Singing Doxoloojy Topic The Feast of Ingathering The International Committee as an Junior Endeavor meets Friday important factor in the development afternoon at 330 oclock of Y M C A work J E Oanfield Sunday school meets at 930 Vocal duett Misses Maud and The public will be cordially wel Hallie Taliaferro comed to all these services and esWork among railroad men M H pecially strangers in the city Brown The Intercollegiate Y M O A McKenzie Church The usual ser movement Frank Chinn R Todd Catholic Prayer vices to morrow conducted by Rev The Educational and Physical De- Â¬ Father Thomas Major the pastor partment W C Marshall Low mass at 730 a m High mass The Religious Department Dr E VesperB at 730 p m 10 am M Gober Sincring hymn The Army and Navy Christian Com- First Presbyterian Church jyl u Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the mission oi tne xforeign a worif lor lands Ed pastor will preach at 11 a m and young men in Kagin and 730 p m Singing hymn Sunday school at 945 a m Prayer Mr Clifton Boucher Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 p m in Sunday school room Â¬ Offering for International Com- Â¬ Prayer meeting Wednesday even- mittee hymn and prayer by Robt Closing ing at 730 L Green Baptist Church Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples Society will meet at 630 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 7 oclock C A NOTES The closing meeting of tho Week of Prayer series will be held at 730 oclock this Saturday evening m the Association parlors Prof D E Fogle of Georgetown College who will address the meeting is a young man and a most excellent speaker Young men dont miss hearing him Captain Jas J Nelson who has recently taken charge of the Salva- Â¬ tion Army work in this city will speak at the Mens Rally in tho As- Â¬ sociation rooms on Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock He is an energetic speaker and will doubtless have an interesting message for the young men Good music All men wel- Â¬ come Â¬ Fond of Fine Whisky Distillery Resumes i A colored man named J A Stephens was arrested in Lexington on Tuesday morning as he was N train alighting from tho L having in his possesion a valise in which were twenty bottles of fine whisky Information had been received that some one had broken into a car at Jetts station this county and stolen a lot of whisky and also that Stevens was on the train with his valise full After being arrested Stephens con- Â¬ fessed and told where some fifteen or twenty more bottles were hidden in a field near Jetts which was visited and the goods recovered A charge of grand laieny was placed against Stevens and he will be brought here for trial The O F C Distillery of tho Geo T Stagg Co made its first mash on Thursday last and will run the season out The Carlisle Distillery belonging to the same company has been largely remodeled aud will com Â¬ mence running pretty soon It will make spirits exclusively this season upon a big contract It is thought all the distilleries hereabout will soon be under way Â¬ i A if pfc j jt nj Jj YMS- - DDRIII AD jt jft tf 4 i t i i i4 vjft tfa ri tjh M iJtm6 h A i 4 4 rh th iU tfr 99fc i Zifcfc fc fc j t f t i j JHIIMlllltllllllllllllMltllll 5 IU W4 Postponed j Â¬ weanesuay night XT Unfortunate Trip This was a source of great regret to n larcre number of our hpst nitiMns It seems that the Thjrd Kentucky as they expected a rare treat in the rKegiments trip to Columbus Ga lecture by this polished orator was a very unfortunate one As the They sympathize with him in result of several accidents three men sorrow It hoped that were killed and two dangerously if someisfutnre date he may come at not fatally injured Dancing Class to Resume It appears that the men hurt were mostly injured either in jumping on or off of the trains when in motion We are requested to announce that Prof Wayland Grahams dancing I I Owing to the fact that Tlev Dr D totanora the eloquent priest was called to the bedside of his dying mother in Washington City he was unable to be present and deliver the promised lecture on Hamlet on 2HJH J WTWW fcitiifdfrij W MWS lV il Xji rfoz liNi St l m m y 11 11 Itfiti VwlV I l hisrt4Tipfif TO- - WWW Mwtfw j itrnn r tii bacw kank nJI - lJ x N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f class will meet again on Monday night Nov 21 at 730 at his IMusio It now developes that the Maria Hall Teresa did not sink in the gale after Silver Wedding She drifted she was abandoned until she went ashore on Cat Island She was found to be in pretty good Rev W H Plampton and wife situation by the wrecking crews sent will celebrate their silver wedding to look after her at their home in Ironton Ohio on It is nosv thought that there will Monday November 28th Their be but little trouble in floating her many friends here at their old home congratulations and and bringing her to the shipyard for extendmany happy returns ofwish them tho which she was Abound and there re- day pairing her Â¬ Maria Teresa Did Not Sink i 11 AL IFO BN via NEW ORLEANS A In connection with tlie Southern ruclttc Tlirough Weekly Tourist Sleeping Gar Leaving Cincinnati mid Lnulavllo on I C R K fust Is en Orleans Llmt ed train i VuRY THURSDAY For Los Angeles nnd Sin Francisco without change Tho Limited also connects at New Orleans dally with ixpress Tiatn for the Pacific CodEt und on TuesdHr and Sututda s with the A Horrible But Deserved Fate Bird Law Out Methodist church Rev T F Taliaferro the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m At the evening service Mr Talia- Â¬ ferro will preach a special sermon about Young Men Sundav school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 045 m in the ladies parlor Leader S Iiss Mamie Magill Praise and Thanksgiv Subject ing Services at the jail each Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Lender Mr Clarence Jones Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ ing at 730 p m Tho Pnstois Aid Society will meet at 3 oclock each Wednesday after noon at the Church Offloial Board meets Tuesday evenÂ¬ Â¬ Sick headache biliousness consti- Â¬ pation and all liver and stomach troubles can be quickly cured by using tho e famous little piils known as De Witts Little Early ltisers They are pleasant to take and never gripe Tyler tic Hemphill Tuesday last the law prohibiting the killing of quail arrived at its open period From that day until January 1st it is lawful to kill these birds with guns hut it is unlawful to net or trap them The sportsmen of our city and county will have a good time for this six weeks at least Alas for poor Bob White On Â¬ Luchein the assassin of the Aus 6HISET LUTED iiNSFX triun empress has been sentenced to i solitary confinement for tho rest of or luosouciiern tieiiic kiwiir special through his life lie will not bo allowed to sfcervlce toSanFianclsco Particulars of Agents or tnoiuH it and connecting lines G1IVTCU um Agent ClnclnnntlO speak or to be spoken to to have S SO A SCOTTDlv niv Puss Agent Memphis J any thing to read to write any let- Â¬ A n HANSON np A Chicago ters or to receive any visits during W A KLLL0ND A O IA LouISllh the week Sunday he may attend service in the prison chapel and may read books that day only He will bo put to work as a shoemaker Frazer Axle Grtase Frankfort Agency Lost All Around ing eWy Candies Bonbons Chocolates for Tho public cordially invited to at Â¬ tend Rev Win Crowe jr tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m Young PeoplesSooiety of Christian Endeavor meets at 615 p m Prayer meotlng Wednesday even ing at 730 To all those meetings tho public is cordially invited Â¬ Southern PresbyteiuanChuroh Rev J C Mclntyre tho chaplain Mr Sargent Perkins who killed of the Iowa who lost his head aud his J Will Newton on let his tongue wag too much about Thursday of last week for fuining things of which he did not know his daughter was brought before thus gaining a dismissal from tho Judge J Dan Moore for an examin Â¬ Navy met with another loss of which lie was ing trial on Saturday when County engagedhotodid not dream a handsome and wealthy Attorney Polsgrovo moved to dis Â¬ New York lady who upon learning miss the case holding that Perkins of his disgrace cancelled the engage Â¬ was Justifiable under tho unwritten ment and has gone to Paris to make au extended visit law Judge Mooro sustained tho motion and Perkins was dischraged Dr E GOLDSTEIN son-in-la- w Acquittal mam EShTStX whm LDOArTERTHIS I k hwui m rixZt YILlWJ - fREVERYVVnbH0 twice ar 3ANY OTHrj IV IT- - Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Manured Factories Averills Drug Store Main St Opposite City Hall Dr Caoys Condition lowUors aro just what a horso needs when in bud Tonio blood puriiior and condition They are not food but vermifuge medicine ond tho best in use to put a Price 25 horeo in prime condition conts per package l7or sale by J W Gayle and Gayle Co LeCompte tOday Stands Pat Tho Spanish Commissioners at the bession of tho Commission on Wed nesday announced their rofusal to Â¬ Of No 641 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky will bo at tho Capital Hotel Frankfort Ky Â¬ pRAZER Chckoo LUBRCAT0R 51 Louli New York Jo Tuesday and Wednesday Dec 6 Itulurning cixiimiuud Si 7 48m Rev George Darslo was unani mously culled for his twenty Beoond year last Sunday at tho Christinn Ohuroh It speaks volumes for tho unity of tho oliurch which oan cull tho Hamo preacher twenty two times without having oast a single voto against him at any tlmo in all these years ovacate the Philippines and asking for arbitration of tho question under tho protocol Tho United Slates Commissioners aro undor positive orders to stand squarely for our original demand Tho Commission will meet again onoo each month Eyoa and glnasos Boluntifloally 8 adjubtod ly llnvlnsf Qiialllloil iih mlmlnibtiatoisor Tho editor of tho Evans Oitv Pa On smiiiutii till persona indebtui to tiiu ibtutu OI Willi 10C Bill WO JIOMDy 101 lflOU 10 OHIO for- rilnhl UM ltoa nnix TVrinntn YIimc ward mil kettle at oncu und all nursoin liavlmr Cure to rightly named It cured my clulniH iiKuiiist Mild riitito a r roijuoj tod 10 nrcv children after all other remedies Hent tliu same to uanxoporly iinivtu tor nitlo- failed It cures coughs colds aud IlKIlt W OUUYANr EZIIAAMlBON all throat nnd lung troubles Tyler linlnlstratora 0D Eiulilutli deceimoil the Into Hemphill Nov 1Jliu MONET TO MOW go on using 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 du rability that is unapproached in any other stove and never before at tained Â¬ If you have it your tf d Wi Â¬ 1 tfi 13 JOHN T BUCKLEY SOLE GKEisrr Ziipah Pea Ridge Deputy Grand Master Workman JW vra i4py N We are glad to report Mr Lee Cook who has been confined to his room for the past four weeks with typhoid fever convalescent also hisÂ¬ wife who had been so ill for some time before his attack is so far im- Â¬ proved as to be up and about again We are sorry to report Mrs Jane Snook of this place who is on a visit to her daughter Mrs Tom Lee near Croppers seriously ill Mrs J C Moore returned home Saturday from a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs John C Deakins near Shelby ville f Dr Davis of Oakland community this week MV was in our Wllarm MUps nf nnnfiohitior wason the Ridge one day this week Mr C W Perkins and wife were the guests of Mr Henry White and family near Hatton Sunday Miss Lulie Moore was the guest of her sister Mrs J C Deakins near Shelbyvilie the past week Born Sunday November 13th to Ttfr Morris Wilburn and wife a son Mr Wilson Moore and his son Morgan was in ShelbyvilleMoiulay Mrs Louise Dowden of Baileys Mill were the guest of her mother Mrs P C Skelton Saturday and I i Mrs Lucy Conway and Miss Mat tie Conway of Benson visited tho Bidge this week Miss Ida Buffln of Christiansburg is visiting her sister Mrs Sain Tracy Mr Ben Tracy and family who have been visiting friends and rel- Â¬ atives here have returned home to Casey county Mr Forrest Sand ford is very sick indeed His many friends sincerely hope he will soon recover Miss Eliza Snuuldincr our nooular young schoolmistress gave her pupils quite a pleasant outing recently They all went grape and peisimmon gathering Some of the young ladies of the neighborhood joined them and all had a pleasant time Bev James Graves will preach heie to morrow at 3 oclock Miss Flora Kirk of Frankfort was a guest of Mrs Ella Tracy this weeic Mrs Stucker who has been visit Â¬ ing at Miss Ann Tracys has returned home Weddings and rumors of wed Â¬ dings are afloat Hunters plenty and game scarce Mr S C Vaughan Deputy Grand Master Workman of the Ancient Order of United Workmen has been in the city for several days and is assisting the members of Elkhorn Lodge No 64 of this city in taking care of the large number of new members who are now entering this benevolent order He is stopping at Hotel Fleming and would be glad to see the members of the order and any of those who propose to become members This organization is growing very rapidly in membership and in finan- Â¬ cial standing The membership now enrolled number some 300000 They have paid to widows and orphans 89000000 In Kentucky alone the order has paid 1000000 It is the largest beneficiary organization in the country It guarantees not more than 12 assessments per year Bears tho i a 10 H I Q V H THE FAMOUS Id 2 7s ww3 OLTOXlX For Sale Queen Quality Shoe For Women or td inB Kind You Have Always Bought Price 300 be- Â¬ Nutwood In presenting Queen Quality we have placed H H 0 9 A No 4 Bulls Eye Kodak In first class order Only used two or The Mason Iloge Co with their three weeks For sale cheap Apply G tt usual push and energy have been at this office Sunday begun to wonder what awarded the contract to build a new We have Unintentional has become of Uncle Bond and his railroad called the Tennessee Central ha Uncle Rood come Addle Iln By the subjoined it will be seen Wo would like to around nunln Well Done that our friend Col J G Craddock hear more muic from your violin1 So rosin your bow and come along The fire department was out en has just cause of complaint against If you want to know how someone Thursday washing off the brick us though we beg to assure him that lse went over tho hank and was street and it was well done Tins it was entirely unintentional upon ducked in the creek just ask Johnnie our part Some time since we had Harrod to show you how Johnnie is tho first tiren that this has been our galley lists reset and in doing so Is a jolly good fellow It was a pity done since the streets were put down he stepped on a stone and had to take and they had become coated with the Kentuckian Citizen was acci i cold water bath especially so near sticky black mud that was unsightly dently omitted winter The Roundabout at Frankfort and diagreeablo to walk through dont round about here any more Mr Joe D is seen in our commu although editor Lewis must not de Â¬ nity very often of lute We have Date Finally Fixed sire to go back on the paper he what inducement there wondered helped to start In 18GG Kentuckiun Guess he is was to call him here The Spanish Commissioners finally Citizen taking lessons from tho new school inarm Thats richt Joe study hard accepted tho date at Wednesdays We Want at Once you will solve the problem after session at which Spain Is to surrcm awhile over the island render all jurisdiction Several reliable Died In this county on Saturday of Cuba as of dato Jan uary 1 1899 - our complete lino salesmen to sell of supplies for morning Nov 12th after a long It is well known that there will be Threshers Mills Factories Engines Illness of typhoid fever B die Har Â¬ Steady low a son of Mr E J Ilailow IJo about 2000 Spanish soldiers still onÂ¬ etc round and profitable work all Address was just passing from youth to man the island at that time but provis- year The Crown Supply Co hood a steady quietnice young man ion is made for that and they are re- Â¬ Cleveland Ohio After the funeral services the remains quired to remain in barracks until 12 lt were laid to rest in the eometervut Bagdad to await the resurrection such time as they can be transported Increasing Our Navy back to fpain Olosk OnsisnvuK morn j Â¬ Large Contract fore the Women of exceptional value for 300 Highest Quality ofAmerlcaashoe of material and workmanship Made in thirty styles suitable for street dress home Â¬ vPPvB or outing For retaining their shape and fitting where others fail they have no equal Sold Exclusively by 7s For Rent That desirable two story brick residence No 309 Kentucky Avenue West Side known as the Lewis property Terms low Apply to J B Lewis Â¬ Try tho Capital Steam Laundry for a clean shirt or collar Telephone 17 lG tf Â¬ Roundabout Wanted ofllce HiH wSBk Hm if r i i DISHES WASHED ill 1MKH L l From tho report of the Supervising Architect of tho Navy It is learned that there are now under Â¬ A gentleman and wife or two gen Â¬ tlemen to occupy front room up stairs with hoard Desirably lo- Â¬ cated on Third street South Side R tf Apply at this ofllco BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha ml i construction some fifty fivo vessels of the different classes which will soon be added to tho Navy Several of them are practically complete as for instance the Ken Â¬ tucky and the Keaiarge MM St Paul Nebraska Black VIA wt M m Gold Dust does it Morning i noon and night Makes all i dim unties origin nouseworjea a deligut witu i Old Dominion Sold m - Hills l Gqjfef It THE N A FA1KBANK COMPANY Chicago At Washing Powder Louis i i i i i elves to an humble home or a palace uic cleansing toucn turn both alike require Its womans best friend and dirts worst enemy m 2225 - JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJtJ ijjjjjjjjjjjimm New York Boston PhUaUa Mr Henry Rlngold our hustling merchant has purchased tho prop Â¬ erty known for so long as tho u01d Dominion restaurant at the cornor of St Clair and Broadway streets from Mr D L Haly Tho Z price paid was private but is said tobo a good stlfT one Mr Haly will romaln In tho dwelling until spring St Louis or Chicago FOUgSALE BY TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS GHAIR CARS VESTIBULED R ROGrERS Soptl ly bvJJNb V M RUOQ TRAVPASSR AQENTaT LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OBNL MQH ST LOUI8 MO tWWAKELEYOENLPA88RAQT8T LOUI3 MQ I- jf lift jifrtiy vflffiiftflt AtoitoLAijffijjiygflitejjjMEA mni Another Week of Grand Bargain tit r iiiibi MiiiKawnniniiiumw umuttmannsmmamsmnmanmimmmmjmnMumtuwmvmiMiJMimHJwitHiuiMuwiitiniutMxmmv C 9 jjx ar-Hair- EP3uixESf Si anSaa CS ffl iSPSfe tSsp TB3K IlPa peiivffafcssa esassseH gnr Ty M xrJiJgaJiuuict3Kasajga3UsmMVTfciifc tiTAPjTjjrifiTiuVivya rjggrTVJJtf Our last weeks cheap sale was an immense succoes it crowded our store every day with hundreds of customers popularity of our cheap sales We intend to keep it up HJach From the amount of purchases made proved the bargains We have received for at week you will find us offering hundreds of choic9 our pricesprices that defy competition quoted below As usual with our cheap sales this one cases extra good values Bead this weeks sale- 25 will crowd our store Wo inndo an extensive purchase of 125 grade Ladies Blnck Kid Gloves Wo plnce this entire line in this sale nil low prico will sizes only 75o pair This sell them quick Another great offer 200 ladies fine blnck fall Dress Skirts 2 grade Wo plnce the low prico of 98c on thoin Tho uinto rinl nlono is worth thnt small prico Wo hnve loft nbout 100 mens blnck Cnpo Wo sold nenrly 100 in Mackintoshes the past two weeks at the small piico of 126 Nobody over heard any other store offer nn elegant serviceable coat at this Come early as they small prico before are selling fast We hnvo boys Cnpe Mackintosh Conts just like tho mens at 123 Ladies wo received a full case of those We place 40c Corsets this week all sizes them in this cheap sale at 25c Its tho bought at the price best value you evor Our 75c Corsets in black nnd white this week only 19c Ladies heavy wool striped Flannel Skirts 75c grade only 49c this week 50 dozen ladies Ribbed Vests only 13c this week 50 dozen meus Heavy Undershirts only 23c this week Drawers at the same price 31 9 Mens heavy Drill Drawers HGo grade only 18o pair Tho material in them cost more than this Extra fine Warron Blankets 75a grade only 49c pair Extra heavy Bod Comforts 7fio grade only 49o Good hoavy 10 4 Sheeting only lie yd in all now fall Lndies Fascinators shades 19c Hoosior Unbleaohed Cotton 5o grade only Yard wido soft finish Bleach only Good Unbleached Cotton 3o Indigo blue fancy black mourning and All tho best Shirting Prints only brands wodont hnndlo any other kind but good calico Clarks O N T Spool Cotton 8 spools for 10c fi spools John J Clarks for 10c Kings 500 yard spools only 4o Hooks and Eyes 2 cards fon5o Pins 8 papers for 5c All wool 40o Dress Goods all shades cut to 25c yard 12c fancy Flannclotto all now pat terns cut to 8o yard Largo pure linou Fringed Towels 25o grade only 19o Cotton Towels 5o Good Apron Gingham Go grade cut to Best brands Good Shirting Cotton in check and stripe only Co yard Good Straw Bod Tick only 5o yard All wool white grey and red Flannel only 15c yard Mens lino black and tan Seamless 15o Hose cut to o pair Mens Suspenders only 8c pair Mens Socks 4o pair Mens extra heavy Socks 8c pair Ladies Silk Buckle Garters all shados worth 50c cut to 23o pair Childrens misses boys ladies heavy ribbed winter Bicycle Hobo black only Herinsdof dye 35o grado in this sale at 19o pair Beat this if you can Hair Pins lo paper Misses childrens Indies seamless black Hundreds of nice Remnants less than and tan Hose only 9c pair cost Mens fine dress Colored Shirts 75c 7o Outing Cloth beautiful patterns grade cut to 43c placed in this sale nt 5c yard Good quality Red Table Linen 25c Fancy Dross Goods double width 18o grado only 19c grade only lie yard 4c 8c 4o 3c GOo Turkoy Red guaranteed MiSses Shoos C9o up oil colors out to 89o yard Mens Fino Shoes 98c Mens Heavy Shoes 98o Unbleached White Tablo Linen only Mens Heavy Boots only 148 28o yord Boys Heavy Boots only 128 Ladies Cloaks misses and childrens Wo call your special attention Ladies Fine Kid Shoos 98o pair Button Jackets to this department We out the pricos or lace something wonderful Just notice this a Ladies Heavy Shoes 75o pair up fino Fur Trimmed Salts Plush Ladies Infants Soft Solos only 25o pair Boys 2 Congress Shoes to close out Cape 5 grade out to 288 A good serviceable ladies black Cape the lot only 85o pair Our clothing department is enjoying a at 98c splendid run Low prices tho cause Ladies Jackets from 125 up Mens Jeans Pants 49o pj ir Infants fall Cloaks in all shades 98c Mens Corduroy Pants Fur trimmed 149 pair Ladies Fur Collarettes from 275 up worth double Mous Homespun Joans Pants Gloves 75o grade cut to Mens Heavy 125 grado only 98o pair 50o pair Tho bottom knocked out in prices in Mens Duck Coats 95c Mens Cassimero Pants only 89o our Millinery Department Compare Mens fino Pants only 139 theso prices elsewhere Mens good serviceable Suits only 289 Ladies fine 2 Trimmed Hats only 98o Boys Short Pants Suits from 89o up Ladies fine 3Trimmed Hatsonly123 Boys Long Pants Suits 179 up Ladies fino 4 Hatsonly 175 Boys Kneo Pants only lUo pair Ladies fino 5 Hats only 225 all shades Mens Overcoats from 289 up Ladies fino Felt Sailor Hats only G9o Theso aro 1 grado Dont Boys from 1 up Lnrco S2 50 Floor Rues to close onfc this buy a hat until you see our hue and pricos lot taKe your choice at 123 less than Best 25o Tablo Oil Cloth only 15o We nek you to oxamino theso shoo prices nau tne prico 40o Red Tablo Linon 25o jnrd extra wido only Infants Shoos 19o up Childrens Shoes 29a up We have hundreds of articles marked down in this sale there is only one HiOTJISSVULjIIjiES A URBANSKY CO Props ST CLAIR STORE STREET Goings Marv O Come early and secure your share in Frankfort Next door to Driscolls grocery A L Dont be misled LEVY inni Manager iul mum uuw Tie Fiattfin Siiiaint 19 FRANKFORT NOVEMBER 1898 I think DeWitts Witch Hazel Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky Salve isihe finest preparation on the So writes John market for piles Lolow will bo found a list of lottors Try remaining C Dunn of Wheeling W Va you will think the same It ending Nov unclaimed for the week it and 19 1898 aKo cures eczema and all skin dis- Berkeer Edith Gaines Mary E Hemphill eases Tyler Boon R G Â¬ fiiiiMimiiiiiiii8iiiiciiiiiiiiiin8itmmipiiiiieiiiiiiiiiii ARD y We will wager 1500 that no bicycle manufacturer la America Is producing a High Grade Bloyclo equal to our 1898 American Special on which has been placed a price oX 35 and Is ottering to tho gonoral public to all allko Further that our Forks of Elkhorn win tho frost is in the the fodder is in the shock pumpkin out again Â¬ Miss Eliaibpth Adkins has returned home alter a two weeks visit nt Oxford She has been attending a protracted meeting Mrs James Alley is having her residence tit Forks improved Mesdames Petty and Stone spent last Friday at Mrs Robert Bruttona Mr Jake Harper and family have moved to Frankfort where they will reside I his winter Mrs George Brock and son George Jr of Credent View visited near the mouth of Elkhorn last week Mr Bany South sr is vihitjng friends and relatives in the moun Â¬ tains this week Since our last report Mrs Dr Tal bott of Lexington visited her sister Mrs M B Lucas Mis Mary Holton spent part of the the week in FrankfortAlley guest of hershter Mrs James Miss Erne Warren who ban been here for the pust two months has re- Â¬ turned to her home in Louisville Mr Morris Updyke who left home and friends to fight for his country when the war broke out but only sot us far as Chickamaugn when he was taken ill with fever with which death he lingered between life andnow to for several weeks wo are glad improved state has so much that he returned home last week and says the Forks is the best place he knows and will not leave it even if another war does break out Mr Will Parrent who has been lit work at Mr Bob Churchs for the past year has returned to his home at Bridgeport where he now has a good position Our old friend Mr Len J Cox of Texas brightened our village with his presence this week Tho teachers meeting will bo held at our burg to diy we hope it will Only Mk be a success Woodford Farm For Sale We are glad to state that Mrs Dr Finder who has been ill with fever for the past two months is able to be on Mb 01ark8STEa I Oornpton Mrs Huyden Eld We were treated to a good rain Sunday which was very beneficial Oronde Millard to all the ladies new hats and wraps Crawford Mary B PariJS1 Rodgers W B Mr Warren Clay Goins who has Cornell JnoR 2 Shepherd Martin Are better bicycles than can be bought In America for the same money Stockton W C been very ill we are glad to say is Oampbell Mrs i Adallne Smith Mrs Eva up again EwngR Rachel I Wo employ no traveling men Issue no expenstvo circulars sell our entire output to tht Watson Grary riders for cash only have no bad debts therefore can sell BIOVOLES 100 per cent Mr Ilarrod of Flat Creek was Warnouth ab cheaper than any manufacturer In tho United States We never deceive the public No the guest of Miss Ida Semones Sun- w Ma a UVIUI w WUU VWU OUWVUM MUWf fawuwt uw um uwwww vw aM u whatever wo expect to sen iduuu Dicyciep in leas anu wo only want to mane tuoo eaoh Persons calling for any of these lot I We day lust I much prefer to sell 15000 at a prollt of 100 each than 1000 at 15 each Any prices tors will please say advertised E above ours made by other concerns are made so by oxtnvigant expenses and dont let any- We reported in our Inst that the nn AnTtntia vAii ftint rnn atimilrl mu fnr nvtrnvficrnnrnoi nnrl tifiri rlAVita nt nthnroL Ttnw a S B Holmes P M Mocking Bin had flown away but the maker and savcyour money SEND FOR CATALOGUE AT ONCE now he has returned singing sweetly AMERICAN MACHINE COMPANY Columbus Ohio House For Rent ns ever tktiiaiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiliMtiaiiiiii 181yr evening Wednesday Married Cottage of three rooms and small Nov 9tb at Antioch Church Mr kitchen cistern Walter Mitchell of Benson to Miss No 121 Logan and well in yard Apply to Susie M Moore of Stoney Creek Mrs Kehr next street door 11 lt Rev T N Arnold performing the Long may they live to sacred rites Miles whole wheat flour is not enjoy the pleasures of life only health giving but is more along nicely palathble than white flour Our school is getting 3 tf All delighted with the teacher Happy Ridge BICYCLES AT 2250 3000 M I 1SI750 35001 MX J t GoldenT f 1 1 I Free of Charge to Sufferers Annie Mooro of Frankfort visited Misses Annie and Nettie Cut this out and take it to your Smith last Saturday and Sunday druggist and get a sample bottle free Mr Mitchell Spalding is on the of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds sick list this week They do not ask you to buv before This will show you the Bro Polk S uth is preaching at trying great merits of this truly wondroful Antioch this week remedy and show you what can be Mrs Dr A M Miles and daught accomplished by the regular size vioited relatives at Bagdad bottle This is no experiment that er Nellie last week would be disastrous to the proprietors did they not know it would Â¬ Mr Elbert Smith is quite sick at bly cure Many of the bestinvariaphysithis writing cians are now using it in their practice Papas OnliY Child with great results and are relying on it in most severe cases It is guaranHEADACHE cured In 20 minutes by Dr HUaa teed bottles PAntPnxs Ono cent a dose At drugglata Gaylea TrialLeOompte free at J W and Gaylo Cos drugstore Regular size 60 cents Miss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jiifi E Fayette St Baltimore Md Ickeqsiieifei For Representative and 1 i Built on strictly scientific principles and of the highest grade materials Price 35 Fully guaranteed How can we do it Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Type- Â¬ writer Trust result in an honest produot at an honest price xou uuuu u uypuwriior naua cone co your Dusiness ana is thegreatest time and labor it saver of modern time The Bliokens- derler is tne only high grade maohine at reasonable oost Durable Portable Visible Work Interchangeable Type Un- Â¬ varying Alignment Unexcelled ManifolderNo Ribbon Nuisance The only typewriter receiving highest award at Worlds Fair Greatly improved since Adopted by the Western TT nion Tele- Â¬ graph Oo ftSond for catalogue and testimonials Weare authorized to announce Mr W E THOMPSON as a candidate Representative of Franklin for county subject to the action of tho Democratic primary election to be held on Wednesday December 28 1898 10 2m ni Henderson Ron IK 125 MOORE BEOS Gen 918 Agent D Cr V F St N W Washington best xrnsnE BETWEEN The Coming Womaa JACOB SWIGERT CO w As administrators of II L Ilieatt deceased we will sell at tho Court House door in Versailles on Mon Â¬ day Nov 8 ISflH his Hue farm ol iJo acre lying l miles south of Versailles HricK aweuing uireu u i uut houses two large tobiueo barns well watered JO acres in cultivation balance in grass Terms uno third cash balance in one two threo four and five yea if W F Hikatt Address B M IIlUATY Adins Versailles Ky Co ll 3t Who goes out to club while her husband Fends the baby as well as tho good old fashioned woman who looks after her home will both at times got run down in health They will be troubled with loss of appe Â¬ tite headaches sleeplessness fainting or dizzy spoils The most won- Â¬ derful remedy for these women is Thousands of suf Â¬ Electric Bitters ferers from lamo hack and weak kidneys rise up and call it blessed It is tho medicine for women Foumlo complaints and nervous troubles of all kinds aro soon reelleved by tho Delicate use of Electric Bitters women should keep this remedy on Only hand to build up tho Rvatom fit conts per bottle For sale by J Gaylo W Gnyle and LeCompto Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Evansville St Louis AND ALL POINTS WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST 1 Tho only lino running throe double ddily trains to Evansville without ohnngo with high baok ooaohos and car The Earlor running two diroot lino to St double dally trains with high baok seat ooaohos and Pullman Bloopers through without ohango Tlokota on sale at L N oillco this oity For information as to rates route sioeping oar berths etc call on A V Hito agent L N R R or address B L BRYANT H 0 Murduh TPA Asst G P A - Ins LLrajace Agents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET HasBmnn tho Capital HniBl lbiittiMNHlLllllll