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GEO A LEWIS Publisher VOL XXII II A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS JO TERMS 100 In Advance NO 15 FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 18 t A Big Bloodhound tism Wo arc glad to know tlmt Mr Means is meeting with success The largest bloodhound in the Our Old friend Mr B F Dorsey of this kind He is a very able man world is with Stetsons Uncle Toms more familiarly known as Dick Affirmed Cabin Co lie weighs 203 pounds drivin in the days when we were and costs 1000 is now to Paris uv the mail wagln The Court of Appeals has affirmed The undying inevitable Uncle the chief manager of the Hotel the judgment of the Graves Circuit Fleming and is an ideal man for the Court in sentencing Bob Blanks to Toms Cabin appeared at the Opera Dick dont know death for committing a rape on a House last evening under the suc place What about managing a hotel aint worth little girl It now becomes the duty cessful management of G P Stetson f Tt flrnITinHntion f th Tie commenced at the knowing of the Governor to fix the day for e r preaented here lebrntd boy and boot Â¬ bottom round as bell the LxiuiiHiu mul thespecialties were of high order black and has won his way to the This pninhinnf fnn rmilrl nnf flnnrher y by honest endeavor head of nffiiirti it Jil r Dick AVe dont ineanby thisthat was u waif for he was heir to a big Minute Cough Cure It is so good audience in attendance The reader for it It Bourbon county farm but just for children cry pneumonia cures croup is so thoroughly conversant with grippe and bronchitis pure determination to make his own all throat and lung diseases Tyler this niece thnt nnv mention i would K ai5f ffliiMa w way he ran off and started at the Hemphill must be given to those enacting the Charley Talbotts bottom at Uncle Look out for our Xraas window roles as having assisted in a grand famous Bourbon House and there production Of the specialties the to keep a hotel from display next week learned how 15 2t Co D C CltUTOHER dancing of the Topsies was a fine ex- Â¬ that prince of good fellows of the hibition of suppleness and dexterity long ago Arm Broken This the audience were not slow in We congratulate Mrs Fleming appreciating The natural melody upon having our friend at the head Capt John H Leathers the pop- Â¬ of the house and also the public ular gentleman and banker of Louis- Â¬ of the Lone Star Quartette in their upon having a fkst elass man to at- Â¬ ville was so unfortunute as to slip southern songs the overtures of the orchestra and the mandolin students tend to their wants on the icy pavement on Monday were equally entertaining in the ex- Â¬ morning and break his arm Capt treme A calcium light situated in Meets Congress Leathers has many friends in this the key of the gallery arc cast rich Congress assembled community who regret to learn of glowing colors over the tableaux Both houses of this accident with charming effect Brighton N in the Capitol at Washington City on 12 oclock J Star Monday at Lodge of Sorrow At the Capital Opera House Mon Â¬ There was a very large crowd the opening of The Benevolent Order of Elks of day night Dec 12 present to witness each house the city of Lexington held a Lodge Inventor There seems to be a general and of Sorrow at the Opera House in universal determination in both that city on Sunday last Among Rev Geo H Means late pastor of houses to get down to business with- Â¬ those in whose honor this ceremonial the Methodist Church in this city mat- Â¬ out delay and to attend to the was given was Mr Robert P Pepper has developed into aninventor He ters of such vast importance as are jr of this city has invented a fountain pen which before them with a due sense of the One of our former citizens Hon he thinks is a Klondyker and is gravity of the subjects Marmduke BBowden of Louisville hoping for a rich reward We hope We trust that this w ill be pecu- Â¬ was one of the orators of the day that his expectations may be ful liarly a business session even If vit is tilled Meeting Held the short session Knows His Business their homes one of them by tlc name of James Sprlglen was so un fortunate as to be struck by the en gine of train No 18 on Saturday morning and was killed His home Coroner was at Nashville Tenn facts Â¬ Dr Miles Curet n Heart Cure Prominent Attorney Meagher held an inquest and a ver Â¬ dict was returned in accord with the 1 - piece ot tiannei dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the chest over the seat of pain will promptly relieve the pain and prevent the threatened This same attack of pneumonia treatment will cure a lame back in a few hours Sold by J W Gayle Attention R R O PHELPS tho leading pension attorney of Belfast N Y writes I was discharged from tho army on account of ill health and sufferod from hs ward Pains in coW the chest when a person JlA110 a rvUWv The members of the Frankfort German Club are requested to meet at the State National Bank Saturday evening December 10 at 730 oclock A full attendance is desired By order of S D four-in-han- M Johnson See our handsome line of puffs tecks and Co D C Crutcheb 15 2t Tremendous Fog Friday of last week a tremenhung over the city of Cincinnati which was a regular Lendon affair The electric lights and gas were burned all over the city until nearly noon On Â¬ about tho heart and left shoulder Threo years ago I commenced using Dr Miles Heart Cure notwithstanding I had used so much patent medicine and taken drugs from doctors for years without being helped Dr Miles Heart Cure restored mo to health It is truly a wonderful medlcino and it affords me much pleasuro to recommend this rem edy to everyone Dr Miles Remedies fainting and smothering spells My form was bent as a man of 60 I constantly woro an overcoat oven in summer for fear of taking cold I could not attend to my busi- Â¬ ness My rest was broken by severe pains heart trquble over since I frequently had dous fog Â¬ - owing to the fact that with all the lights burning it was impossible to see ten feet away from the lights Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can alwavs be depended upon and is pleasant and safe to take Sold by J W Gayle Several serious accidents occurred are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee first bottle benefits or money re- Â¬ Is-Restore funded Book on dis eases of the heart and mL Health nerves free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart ind il B r- Bad Accident sm tt vX v Centennial Y1 In the matter of the contests for the certificates of election to Con gress in the jNintn ana ieventn Congressional Districts the Election Big Fire In New York Commission on Saturday awarded the certificate to lion Sam J Pugh On Sunday night last a big tire nrwl TTnn Vineint Boreinir The broke out on Broadway street New flllIBomdfertl in the cases and the York City which destroyed property tlu3on was unnnimou worth several millions of dollars be Tho other eleven Congressmen fore it was extinguished had their certificates issued on Wed Â¬ The centennial of Transylvania University now Kentucky University will be duly observed by appro priate ceremonies on Sunday January 1st 1899 in Lexington The alumni of Transylvania Bacon College and Kentucky Uni versity have been invited to be present The principal address will be delivered by Bishop Thos U Dudley of the Episcopal Church Doubtless there will be a large at tendence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ While a number of men employed at which resolutions were adopted at the rock crusher on Benson were eulogizing the Louisville Legion for about to get on the train to leave for their services in Porto Rico A committee wfts appointed with Mayor Dehoney at its head to pre- Â¬ sent the resolutions to the regiment when it passes through this city on its way to Louisville Awarded Certificate There was a meeting held at the court house on Saturday afternoon Everything sold at TV Jj Coppersmiths auction will be guaranteed as repre 15 31 sented Â¬ ann vjau ij l Keep Out the Wintry Win TE TJttXTXSTZ Thss handsome table Mnhog any inlaid top and shelf Â¬ J Glass WiawstdDs Gaal PoKers Fire Tongs snovels jmLi Jr Bf ft ions sets ana screen Ms Â¬ R Rogers Coming His Way nesday Try our Sausage Grinders and Sausage Stutters you cant beat em on price- and quality The best V Crimp Yes the very highest Roofing Paints and Oils grades of House Roof and Carriage Paints Oils and If you want Johnsons Floor Wax Re Varnishes storer Renewer or Filler call on us Frazer Axle Grease IHUUKWUSU mi Watches clocks jewelry We learn by a Winchester paper solid silver and silver that Rev Geo II Moms the late plated ware at your own able pastor of the Methodist Church price at Coppersmiths in this city has been offered SD000 auction on the 12 th and for the manuscript of a work he has 15 3t written on the subject ofIIypno- - thereafter PJH u Wear -- lMTKKnui rrrzT vi w - STflGG 8t MASONIC TEMPLE 8 AGON HARDWARE twicers SILL ASrOTHf P IS u Pfr JO V B9aHEB89BB8ESSHSBKIEBXiBH Tf Yon no Havs Goal on Hanfl Now You are lucky Tf you have not 1 Can de liver you tho best grades of clean lump coal at the same prico you puy for indittoront coal rSSSggSElgggDgggSgSSQiliii You get a load of satis faction every time you get a i H load of coal from me Manufactured Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair pRAZER Chciago LUBRGAT0R Factories St Louis New York tin u MATTEEW 5 HIRKIffiiBHfflmffliiBBeiSHBSSB E3S5ilggi0g5SgSgSigS i i IPIitituilir 334 MAIN STREhT OFFICE NEXT F C FREIGHT OFFICE GAINES OLD STAND TELEPHONE 100 i 4 jjfcjl jAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAifcAAAAAnAAAAAAAAAAAA FRANKFORT M O JTX LJ -- 3EUXTEH aflAI3Xr JJS1JJJ ST spmrnxym 3NTX GTLmA I2FL A gorgeous array of Christmas goods Stock new and fresh and assortment all that could be desired Avoid the rush of the last few days before Christmas by making your selections now JACKETS SILK TITZIBIKIELLAS SILK CHIEFS SIOZEXlsr Gr t nasrEsaricDEaii1 KIID G LOVBS OOIjOZRISID CUFF iB CTITOZSTS skirts SHIKTS nvJiJir zqctsts anii-iiDEBEJicr- COVEET OVER COATS rFinsnE stjits oir Â¬ -A-isriD t f Mufflers as low as 25c Sl H Geuuine Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs White and Colored Borders 25c Neckwear in Puffs and all other styles 25c wmmmmammmmammmmmitBBKmmmaanmBnmsBsmrtmmmmmsmm PERSONAL Miss Bello Sanders visited friends in Louisville this week Mr Geo G Fetter of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mr Fred Blum jr of Louisville was in the city Thursday Mr Robe Wallace of Versailles was in the city Saturday Mr Geo C Graddy of Versailles was in the city Saturday Miss May Pepper is visiting Miss 3lamio Clay in Lexington Hon E Tutt Burnam was at his liome in Richmond Saturday U S Senator Wm Lindsay left for Washington City Friday night Miss Fannie Gray visited Miss May IMcCJlasdon in Louisville this week Mr Lafe Crutcher of Huntington W Va was a visitor here this week Mr Will H Stone spent Saturday at Richmond the guest of relatives Mr J Andrew Cain aud wife of Versailles were in the city on Sat- Â¬ urday to Memphis winter Mrs Kate Sanders Rogers has gone Term to spend the Hon Sam H Stone spent several days at his old home in Richmond last week Mr C T Duvall of Peaks Mill was in the city on Monday and made us a pleasant calL Mr Walter G Chapman U S Clerk was called to Bowling Green on Thursday Miss Addio Hawkins has returned from a visit to relatives at Junction City and Corbin Col Chas Newton the vetern tel- Â¬ egrapher has returned from a trip to Hot Spring Ark Apperson of Mfi Sterl- Â¬ Mis Dr Baxters Dental Rooms ing was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Main street opposite Opera House Hazelrigg this week 29 tf Miss Clara Dudley and Mis3 Sara Sim rail of Lexington visited Mrs S MATRIMONIAL D Johnson this week Mr3 L D Hancock left this week Bradley HazeijKIGG At the to spend the winter with friends in j residence of the brides father Judge Chicago and St Paul Miss Christine Bradley has been J II Hazelrigg in this city on the guest of Miss Virginia Umbos in Tuesday Dec 0 Mr Thos Bradley Mt Sterling this week of Lexfngton and Miw Emily Miss Sadie Hawkins of Corbin Ky Hazelrigg were married by Rev is visiting her cousin Miss Addie Geo Darsie Hawkins near this city The young couple left on the 740 Misses Hallio and Maude Taliaferro C O for a trip to the east Thursday from a visit to returned Duxlap - Crutcher The mar Â¬ friends in Henry county Dr Skillman and wife of Lexing- Â¬ riage of Miss Mattie Horry Cruncher ton who have been visiting relatives and Mr Thomas Field Dunlap will liere have returned home tnle place at tho home of her Oapt Henry J Julian of Ivansns father Mr Washington Crutcher on City Mo is visiting his sister Mis December 21st Geo W Chinn in this city Fleming who has been Miss DEATHS the guest of Mrs Dudley at Flem ingsburg has returned homo MoDanjel At the home or her Miss Cordelia Bull and Miss Laura daughter Mrs Susan Quire on the guests of Mrs Thos M Hughes are West Side on Sunday night Mrs Porter of Covington this week Mr Robt Crutcher of Woodford Su mi McDaniel of this city Mrs McDaniel was a good woman county was the guest of his sister Mrs V G Simpson on Monday in every sense of the word Quiet Buchanan of Crab modest and unassuming Miss she did Orchard is the guest of her sister her part in lifes battle and has gone Mrs Gabo Addams Third street to her reward She was ahout 83 Miss Fannie T Lewis of Woodlake yeurs of age and Miss Cice Lewis of Stamping Sho leaves one son and three Ground wore In the city on Tuesday daughters nil grown and heads of Mr John W Mastin of Woodford county was the guest of his son Mr families to mourn her death John 0 Mastin in this city this Soveral children preceded her to week tho grave Judge Boiling of Virginia who lias She was a member of tho Christian beqn the guest of his son Dr W A tlwv fimoril cm ww ulniu Boiling in this city has returned Church find avi wore conducted from tlwt church on home Tuesday morning at 11 oclock by Miss Pattio Williams Miss Lockett Miss Laura French have Rev George Darsle after which the Smith and returned from a visit to friends at remains were placed with her kin Â¬ Orescent Hill dred in our cemetery Mrs T F Taliaferro who has been Ohatoluino Waiches in gold tho guost of relatives in Henry county for sovoral days returned filled und silver in plain and on on Tuesday united patterns at Solbrta home - Owsley of Woodford county who has been the guest of her father Capt Sam Sanders has returned home Mr C Cyrus Turner and wife Mrs Grubbs and Judge J T Hazelrigg of Mt Sterling attended the Bradley Hazelrigg wedding on Tuesday Mrs J 0 Thornton of Versailles who has been the guest of herdaugh ter Mrs J B Lewis for two weeks returned home Thuisday Mrs S T Railey who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J B Lewis Third street for several weeks left for New Castle on Satur- Â¬ day Mr A M Duvall of Peaks Mill was in the city Tuesday and came to see us as he always does Tho firm is doing very well at their new home Mr W J Lewis of Woodlake who has been hunting and visiting rela- Â¬ tives at Paris Tenn for two weeks returned home Thursday having had nice sport Mrs S T Railey who has been the guest of Mrs John Bruce near New Castle for several days returned to her sisters Mrs J B Lowis Third street on Wednesda3r Mr Geo A Lewis of this ofllce left for Southern Kentucky on Tuesday in he interest of the Kentucky Law Reporter of which he is the proprietor and publisher Mrs Huston Wood and daughter little Miss Louise who have been visiting her brother Mr V T Lewis in Chicago 111 have returned to their home near Woodlake Mr 0 LeeBradley and wife Mrs Will S Barnes Mrs Elmer E Railey Mr Logan Hooker and wife Mrs H M Skillman Mrs R Hopple and Miss Alice Bradley of Lexington at- Â¬ tended the Bradley Hazelrigg wed- Â¬ ding Tuesday Â¬ Mrs H H The Alcrcliant of Venice A Test Case Â¬ The sale of seats for the engage ment of the new three star combina tion at the Capital Opera House on Thursday next and which includes Mr R D McLean Miss Odctta Tyler and Mr Charles 13 Han ford now going on It will he of speciiil interest to our theater goers to know that th is engagement will mark there turn to the local stage of Mr McLean and Miss Tyler who have been in retirement for some time past The other member of tho triumvirate Mr Charles B Hun ford is too well known to need nn introduction at this late hour The play silected for the engagement in this city is The Merchant oi Venice Â¬ DrBulIs COUCH Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia The Prison Commissioners elected under the Bronston bill have taken a step very much in advance of anything ever thought of before and one which isof very questiouable legality It will be remembered that the Legislature a number of years ago passqd what was known as the parole law under which the Governor upon recommendation of the Sinking Fund Commissioners was authorized to parole prisoners out of the penitentiary upon proof of good behavior Gov Brown than whom there are few better constitutional lawyers became convinced that the law was unconstitutional and therefore suspended its operation It has not been Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nervousweab I sieisfisisn mem NO PAY Tlirj NEW iETII0D TREATMENT original uith Drs K A K Kill noei- tivoly euro forover liny form of Elood or bexutu IipcnFC It Is tho rc ult of l years oxporiuuco in tbo treatment of tneso diseases 1 I NO CURE I WE CURE SYPHILIS This torriblo Blood Poison tlto terror of mankind yioldi rendily to our NEW Eonaro of Mercury THUATMEVf lotafh etc Ihcymay iuinourpytem If you ha o sores in tho mouth or tongue pains in tho joints Foro throat luir or eyebrows falling out pimples or blotchf stomach derangement foro eye head nehes etc you havo tho Fecoudary stngo Wo solicit tho of this Blood Poifon most obstinato caup and challongo tho world lor a caso wo accept for treatment anl cannot cure By our treatment tho tilcors heal tho hair prows again pains ilisappoir thotkin becomes healthy and 0 vV SYRUP Tho best remedy for lung affections Small doses Prioe 25 cts at druggists Strliiier iilver Novelties grenf er selection and lounrpncs than everbefor uciciVcoo numerous murdered to mention at S iberrs New Trains itsvivert by Gov Bradley Now conjes the Prison Commis sion and undertakes to revive the operation of the law and to ex re se the power conferred upon Hie Gover ww by a law that has not been le enacted since the new Constitution was adopted The Commission issued a parole to a prisoner named Dugan who Â¬ CURES GUARANTEED Thoufandsof young and middlo nged jF men hao their vigor nndAitality pnppeill by eaily abuses later oxcosscs menial worry ttc No matter tho catiFO our Now Method Treatment 13 tho refuge WECUREIMPOTENCY tion nmongmen Every cmfo in treated indi- Â¬ vidually no onro nll liciirn our wonder Un nils sou ful succcps No matter Wo can fur consult us confidentially nih bank bonds to guarantee to accom- pluh w hat wo claim nowed Colson brother of Congressman David G Colson Col John Andrctoropll parts to a normal condiAmbition life and cncigy 1110 le and ono feels Iiiuielt n man Â¬ A test case will be made at once However much we may approve of Frankfort Cincinnati makes im- Â¬ the object designed by law and we portant changes in schedule Commencing Monday Dec oth had always lovorcu it we utterly the Frankfort V Cincinnati Ry will fail to see by what stretch of authorchange time of their 430 p in train ity a law giving the Governor cerhaving it leave Frankfort at 340 p in and run through to Paris and re- tain powers can be made to cover the turn This will give the sunn quick action of the Prison Commission connections to Cincinnati and Eastern We think that Oov Brown was and Western points and will give an clearly right in claiming that it was afternoon train to Paris ami Kentucky Central points which lias been an invasion of the powers coaferred by the Constitution upon the Gover much needed The only other chance is that the nor alone to pardon for crime or retrain heretofore leaving at 115 p in mit penalties for offenses will leave at n ni and carry pass Â¬ There is a disposition manifested engers to Georgetown only in certain quarters to usurp the A select usorrinoor of Gold powers always ed by other de Pena otiutVm Pm Silver P m partments of exerci the State wiich holdirsand Silvjr PjqoIs it Sal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Wo treat and euro EMUf I02w VARICOCELE SYPHILIS GLEIi1 STKICrUltE rMPOTENCY SKClKl DRAINS I NNATUUAli DISOHAHM- ES KIDNEY and BEAD IiliDiicnMi BOOKSCOiNSULTAHON FREE FRKE If unablo to call writn f r for 110 il OPES riO N BLANK TUEATMlAT 2500 CURED X13 22 W Fourth St CINCINNATI O iKEMNEDYfi KERGAM IfoaiftaaEaiafflWflWfiaEi FKOirs bait them at Matterns Beara the A great success OASTORIA p The Kind You bodes no good is an old I am still making come home 50 things often there to those who so act as saying that chickens to roost and such return to plague the mm shade EALL--I89- 8 inventor BIueGrassNurseries EvomhliiB for Orchiird Lawn mid finrden Emit nid oniaineiitnl titM Muubh tom s vines small friiltHtiltubiirl list nrneus nnd nil other Mck tii m In iuirherJt Pilces leiisoimble as wo emploj no agents Dpscriptlvi fatiiiOKiieoa H1 catli n to H V HIILKNMKYEH TelenhoiiH 7D Loxliiyton Ky Oct Hava Always Bought Its a faot that you will jbeswntohOin gold and TlrtstfoitMoney 13 led for ladies ttnd gsutlemon Selbortd Had the iroid fil- Â¬ ut Â¬ TIIE i The oomploto variety of Jewelry including Rings Brooches Guard Chains Scarf Pins Sleeve J iTKS LioaKtts iro is oorreoc in qua Ity and perfect in finish tig Bclb rts Methodist Exchange and Lunch lin wnoic Wheal Flour v sir iLaJsK WJ Tho Indies of the Methodist Church Ono trial of Miles WHOLE WHEAT will have their regular Exchunue FLOUR will convince it to day in the Dehoney building on the most delicious as you thnt themnkea well ns most Main street next door to Mm Kate wholesomo brend Ask your grocer for it In addition to the delica Â¬ Welchs cies usually sold thoy will have a SON lunch consisting of soup and other 8 tf things suitable They hope their friends will pat Â¬ ronize them They will serve lunch every Sat- Â¬ urday until after Christmas MILES Notice orsts JOHNSON 311 MAIN Nov 2U eSr H0GE3 STREET Tho Swellopt lino of silver mount- od Pocket Books and Umbrollua over nhown in tho oity at Selbons Mury Frances Suttenvhl e Jcj Pills vs C C FIUNKUN CIRCUIT COUIIT L tf We havo tho largest stock of Sterling Silvor Toilet and Mani ouro nrtioles in the oity Mirrors Brushes Manioum Hots Toilet Sets Whisk Broome oto M A Bolbort Jowoior vs t W M lliodou Ac DoTts All persons mvln claims aualnst F T Hay doitdtceuied tiro hereby notltied to upnear be furemeund their cliilms as routilred by law or to present thulr claims to mo proven wa reijuiriU oy luw on or befoni December o iw8 W II POSEY Commissioner F C C 0 llaydon Ac Defts and UJullunPlfl J prje J wrnrrmmrrmnmemrmm K33M i POPTIER- rwrS- 5ft 3g Wo hnv 0 pome prent vidnep in Tapestry Qui tiini it nil colors at 200 n pair ffi BIGLINK OF KOII f Bo i iKiasssaasBfsf TmS OUR TRADE THIS FULL JIns been splendid and thanks to our good friends in the city and county for it Now what we are going to do is to offer some extrnoiclinary good values for the rest of the season Dress Goods Cloaks c KHIT UMDERWEAB Â¬ 7mZ All marked down If you have not purchaed your dress or cloak come now and take advantugo of our special offer ing Hosiery Kid Sf Undorwenr Corsets Mitt If yon try our 15 and 25 fQ cent hosiery you will come back jjjjf Gloves You Reafl Our itelisemoflts n igtf CUill See tfle nnv niclure our advertisement Cut out in n ill win sen vou our Dost i corset lor 11 n U Christmas m Stringtown Presents wooden legged chickens We will keep and eq if we cant get up a home museum when we will rake in the tin by wagon loads Now let us hear something from James Paschal Bright and Timothy Poole No visits of any importance to mention Take the Roundabout and get it all Catciiem J ITZL U o St ODGNMELL nrosent it at our store and wo and ry-n yxTt- T Tf r cents uit UaNiii wii uiv uiui T TT TT1T -- T 8 iSSOBOBE 3HMDBGKJSSS939SSUBBKegeBOBE9a a LOUISVILLE TOBACCO AURKET tfUKNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE i Good and cold you bet Health of the community very good The M Ds are resting Quite a number of our citizens have kilhd hogs and are eating spare ribs and sauae and Retting fat A colored gentleman claiming to have come tiom Indian Territory spent a lew days witli John Black of color Mrs Mattie Miled was called to Harvieland last Saturday to ee Mrs Dr A M Miles who is quite poorly Mis Alma Clements school in District No 41 expires next Friday the Oth inst The foot race between Stigers Wade and your humble servant has been postponed until the 20th or Mv next Isaiah is too busy spark- ingto make the race lie thinks he will know his doom iy men 11a ha We have a man who is so bitterly opposed to the Mormon belief that he will not allow his wife to read He is u whole their literature souled Missionary Baptist Anthony stump killed a hog last feet week that actually measured 81 inches from the end of her nose to the tip of her tail It took all the men in Stringtown and a man from Washington county to hang her up The last account 1 had of her he had rendered up 22 gallons of lard and Anthony says he still making dont like to have to use a piece of middling 12 inches square to season a mess of beans and thought lie would kill a good one She was 01 the O I C stock Mrs Martha Packers new house is now ready for occupancy and she will move in this week She has a very neat and handsome cottage In fact the nobbiest house in our town The carpenters work was executed by W F Clark Esq in a mechan Â¬ ical manner To those who contem Â¬ plate building we recommend Mr Clark He will do you right I01 is the Time to Purchase Presen TM Clrist- - Bears tho Slgnaturo of OA8TOIIIA s Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1921 hhds with receipts for the same period of 766 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 16085 hhda Sales of the crop of 1896 on our market to this date amount to 76917 hhds t Â¬ Â¬ urn Kind You nava Always Bought Resolutions of Welcomo At a public meetiug held at the court house in the city of Frank Â¬ fort Ivy the 3d olay of December 1898 the following resolution was unanimously adopted Inasmuch as the people of this community in common with all true Kentuckiaus are justly proud of the courageous spirit and manly service of Kentuckys sol diers during the Spanish war in Â¬ cluding all the regiments and we learn with pleasure that the First Kentucky Louisville Legion will pass through our city in a few days on their wav home from we the people of Iorto Hico Frankfort and vicinity in public meeting at the courthouse assem Â¬ bled hereby express our unfeigned thanks and gratitude to all our soldier boys and our admiration and unqualified commendation to Col Cattleman and his heroic boys for their arduous public service in a dangerous climate and foreign Â¬ There have been 656 hhds of new burley offered during the week The grades selling from 8 down were very strong at prices a few bids higher than were paid last week The common colory flyings and trashes also met an active demand at prices certainly as high as have ruled at any time since the new tobacco began to come forward The better leaf that sold from 950 to 1175 met only limited competition and was less satisfactory to both warehousemen and sellers than any grade offered We cannot help thinking these sorts will bring more money in the near future The advance we predicted some weeks ago in good sweet old burley mode its appearance this week Smooth red leaf in good order that has been selling from 950 to 12 showed an improvement this week of from 2c to 3c We look for a still further improvement in this grade of tobacco as the stock of such are very small The common and medium funked sorts that have been selling between 6c and 8c were in strong demand this week at prices several bids higher than they would have brought at auy time during the past two weeks The leal common sorts suitable only for smokeis that have been selling below 6c sbow a very decided lmpiovomeut this week The following quotations fainy Â¬ And the most useful present that you can buy is a nice Dress Pat-Â¬ tern Jacket Cape or Collarette a handsome Linen Tablecloth with Napkinsto match Towels a fine all wool Blankot or Down Comfort a black or fancy silk or near silk Underskirt ladies or gents silk Umbrella Handkerchiefs Neckties etc HEENEV S Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway During the next two weeks we shall offer rare bargains in all of the above named goods We have the largest and handsomest line of Dress Goods Silks and Cbllarettes in the city Call and inspect our line before you buy and prices the lowest sJ Grocene we have catered to the best trade in Frankfort We considei aro our oldest some of our best customers We hnvo established a roputntion on quality of quality first loods and reasonnblo prices This is our platform Our stock this season is larger and more varied than ever a For seventeen years 7 00 Common Uoiwiy crush 5 o0 Medium tto good ooloi 7 003 10 00 crash laud Common lugs not colory 7 005 9 00 8 00 10 50 We respectfully request the Common Colory lugs Hon AV S Dehoney Mayor to Â¬ Medium to good colory 10 00 13 GO lugs gether with the committee of cit Â¬ Common to medium leaflO 003 14 00 16 00 14 00 izens selected by him to present Medium to good leaf Good to fine leaf 100 18 00 Â¬ this resolution to he First Ken Seleot or wrappery 26 00 18 00 I am glad indeed Observer that you spent a part of your time in tucky Regiment when they pats Uncling out how to make a fortune through this city with an ex Â¬ I will suggest that you try the pro- Â¬ pression of our good will and con Â¬ I ject and if successful wo will go gratulation that they are per Â¬ partners in the thing Otherwise I For Infants and Children could make you my sole agent in mitted after their long absence to The Kind You Have Always Bought selling the woodpeckers and the greet their loved ones at home represent our uurttet for burley tobacco 1893 crop Trash dark j or damaged t4 00d7 5 50 tobacco Â¬ Pine Apple and New York Cream Cheese Evaproated Peaches and Apples Prunes Raisins Buckwheat Flour Cereals of all kinds New Canned Goods ifce Wo begin to handle oysters to Â¬ Call and inspect dur stock and day and continue for the season get prices New Edam CASTOR A Called Meeting i Phone 49 Oct 15 Siu J HEENEY Surviving THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER NEW STORE II Davis II a k rod A Fleshy Chairman Consumptive Did you ever see one Did you ever hear of one Most certainly not Con- Â¬ sumption is a disease that invariably causes loss of flesh If you are light in weight even if your cough is only a slight one you should certainly take L Scotts Emuslion of cod Ifoer oil ivilh hypo phosphites No remedy is such a perfect prevent- Â¬ ive to consumption Just the moment your throat begins to weaken and you find you are losing flesh you should begin to take it And no other remedy has cured so many cases of consumption Unless you are far advanced with this disease Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion will hold every in- Â¬ ducement to you for a perfect cure All SCO There will ben culled meeting of Daughters of the Confederacy ut the home of Mis Joseph If Leu is Sat- urdny afternoon Dec 10th nt throe oclock The regular meeting on Saturday Dec 31st at three p in to bo held nt tho Farmers Hank All regular meetings after this to bo held tho last Saturday in each month Geo Shaw J L Rodman B C at three p in at tho home of Mrs Milam II Davis Harrod Attilla Judge Lewis Norman Mus Jok D Stuart Recording Secretary The Wedding Secretary The following committee was se- Â¬ lected Ira Julian J W Pruett Pat MoDonald Ben Marshall W 0 Herndon Geo Salender It Tobin James Sower Win Read Â¬ ing V Berberich Mike Meagher Geu D V LinuVy Judge Sliced J A Scott J B Dryden MoKee Hardie Guy Briggs I Davis Pat Newman si James Darnell Attilla Norma x Bears tho Slgnaturo of ivp fnrk i Is the title of a unique little Oil BROS J se ml Hilly Journal Dovoted to the interests of tho small brooder of Cattle Sheep Swine Poultry ifcc and will be n source of information to all who recoivo it The subscription Stock is price of Livo members of the former CO firm of DUHME Estab lished over half a century hnvo opened their now store i m m Â¬ At Nos 37 and 39 E Fourth St Whore may be found a splendid ussottment of WATCHES DIAMONDS FINE STATI0XEKY ETC JKWKIjKYSIIjVEKWAKE Wedding Invitations Calling Cards and Dies for Embossed Stationery Mail Orders Promptly Filled Goods sent for selection to any paroof tho U S Address Of Mr Thomas Bradley and Miss Emily Ilazolrlgg ut tho homo of tho Skin Diseases For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter salt rheum and eczema Cham berlains Evo nnd Skin Ointinnnfc in without an equal It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its conthuioil use eiltcts a nemantu cure It also cures itch bnrhors itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic soro eyes and granulated lids Â¬ Diahme Bros 37 Co O and W K Jvtfwwww1wn rim trrrlat a a imi r ft HQWNKChemiBuT N Y I brides parentsTuosdnynlghtwasono of the prettiest homo weddings that has over taken place in this city Tho beaiitllul parlors worn hand somely decorated with flowers tho work being done by Mr 10 Powers V IL Mr ilorist and decorator Growling whoso work was eortalnly very artistic A large number of guests from sur rounding towns woro present and the supper sorved aftor tho coremony Â¬ 50 Cents Per Year nut it may he hud for a few weeks lit connection with the ItouNDAiiouT for only 125 for the two This low price may bo withdrawn soon so you are ad Â¬ vised to take advantage of It afc once Call and see us or send order through us so us to ot tho combination prico Address Fourth st Cincinnati 15 lni Ol Â¬ Dr Cartvs Coniuilua Po it tiers ioi horses aro tho best tonio blood purifier ami vermifuge Prlco 25 cents Soldhy J W Qaylo and LoOompto Qaylo Co 31 lIaliiK nnnllllod ait administrators of tho Into SiuUlutli all persons Indebted to the estate of Mild iluoeilent are hereby notliled to como for Â¬ ward muI settle nt once and all persons havlntr claims iiKiilnst said estate aro riimettd to pre sent the same tons meat properly proven for settle W 0 llHYANT KllV AlMhON Suddutli deceased wua elegant ly itOUHDABOUT Administrators Ol Nov 12 Im Il h wmmmrnmmmmm Thn frnnfrffirf 0 n 1 1U llQliaiUU t n rl n ft n II t fPzspy7nyncry sryp THE GREAT MAJESTIC IK f011tZ3S 5L5KI llJUUUUUUUllg Entered nt thn postollkv lit 1 rnnkfort Kentucky ih second clnss nuilliihlo mutter if- B GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FiUKKFOHT DUOEMBEll 101MJ8 The Presidents Atcssagc u L Z tr4feitt53 fHAJrsTir MFG CD a CO GQajestie Biseait PI ff JJJ f f v gg wutstic WG ST IDUI5 Hj SrLIIIIIS 1 A is gal Baked in 3 Minutes AT AND SERVED WITH Hot Coffs icnppcn tmymmmmmmMWffVi- sSSt SS5fc rat JM A COLLINS Commencing MONDAY NOV St Clair Street boo 14TII to 1DTII 1898 nil arc invited to iiltend nnd tho working of tho All The menage of the Pi evident was sent in to Congiess oti Monday It is quite a lengthy document ns was to lmvo been expected considering the large number of subjicts to be treated It is an able conservative and statesmanlike document It pays a high and eloquent tribute to the patriotism of the people and to the gallantry ami bnneryof our soldiers and sailors Best and above all it lay down the fact in grateful phrase that the grand and glorious vietoi ies achieved were due to the guiding and protect Â¬ ing hand of Him who rules in the armies of heaven and among the children of men and humbly be sfcnlies the divine iruidance and as sistance for the future of the repub- llmcrw nrC 1GRKVT MAJESTIC STEEL MAI LEABLE IRON RANGE T1IE GKEAT MAJESTIC IS UNRIVALED FOTl THE GREAT MAJESTIC BEAUTY UTILITY AND DUE ABILITY nnd thornvph ccokitiR nnd quick wntf r hcntlnR it has no i time jjoih quick r work with one half the fuel thnn nny othpr Ptovo or rnnpe rhnl Ittnkemndo to Inst n life of the Dont chance numerous mmltnhots mndeby thecnsHron Ptovetrnde Ihe Great Mnjettio is now gold inevejyStnto on nny Union inthe lot dolr vu mj t i n 4k J -- Special Inducements to Parties Purchasing This Week ASciSgainfcZZSit If ence Hall The Hon Charles Wills Probated Emory Smith The State Governments Answer Monday being county court day to the Call to Arms Gov Joseph F there weie several wills probated Johnston Mr John W Gault leaves the We Follow Wheie Duty Calls proceeds of a policy of life insurance m the Connecticut Mutual Co to his lieut llouson What the Liberty Pell Says Abolitions Scott and Walker equally To lic TRIG With regaid to finances it takes It The Hon Chmlts F Warwick his sisters Mrs Ilallio Shorpshire There is no Minority in Patriotism Mrs Julia Fishback Mrs Josie the broad ground that Congress The Hon Joseph W Bailey should at once take steps to preserve Dodd and Mrs Kate Banta he gives The Congress of the United States 330 each To his niece Miss Mary the National credit by enacting such laws as will maintain the present The Hon John MAllen Fishback he gives 300 His farm jjold standard isgiven to his dttughter inlnw Mrs Saturday and Sundays Storm Taken throughout it is a document Octavia Gault so long as she is the well worth the time it takoi to give remains The news Ironi the section covered wife of his son Walker or it a careful and dispassionate read by the storm of Saturday night and his widow He gives 210 to place Leaves Chicago 630 m every day ing Sunday shows that there was great tombstones at the graves of his daughters Daylight leaves Chicago Reception daily destruction of property as well as mother sister Carrie and Hallie and Bonnie His other real traffic being impeded Sunday Express f We have received an invitation to It was general throughout the estate to be kept intact und rented p m daily His sons Scott TDe present at the reception to be tencountry east and west and in some out for three years Kentucky places it was the worst ever known and Walker are to have 15 per dered the First Regiment month each during the three years Volunteers Louisville Legion to W L Coppersmith the Scott is to have the house he lives in ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA Monday be held in that city on for Tuesday and Wednesday Dec 12th jeweler will dispose of his free of rent also a note of Scotts The 300 he holds- is to be canceled entire stock at auction 13th and 14th income over taxes and repairs during 15 3t North The features of the occasion the three years is to be invested in which will be most directly insome safe manner Made Embassador If his sons die teresting will be the general welcome without heiii the property is to go to troops on the Line St Paul Minneapolis to be extended to the years The At the end of iirst day and the concert at the Owing to the fact that Mexico has his sisters except as above three provided estate court house in the evening of that raised the rank of her Minister to his is to be equally divided between his Address W B G P A Chicago day on the second day the grand this country to that of Embassador Lewis military parade in the morning to President McKinley as authorized two sons Scott and Walker Walker Mangan Kate Banta and he followed by a reception and a re- Â¬ by lawsent the name of Gen Powell Gault are named as executors withtendered to visit- Clayton to the Senate for confirmaception and lunch ing municipal officials the represen- tion as Embassador to Mexico Gen out bond tatives of commeicial bodies and Clayton has been serving as Minister MissBettie Macklin leaves 1000 the representatives of the press at to Mexico He is an able and pol- each to Mrs Emma M Blackburn Mrs Anna Stevenson Mr John Music Hall at two oclock p m and ished gentletnaa Macklin Stevenson and Miss May toy appropriate exercises at the Audi Constipation prevents the body The rent of her inriiiin in the eveninir and the in from ridding itself of waste matter Emma Stevenson formal events of the third day a De Witts Little Early Risers will re- estate is left to her mother Mrs Her interest in possible dress parade and ievievof move the trouble and etiresick head Elizabeth Macklin biliousness inactive liver and the First Regiment Kentucky Vol- ache the complexion Small sugar the dower of her mother is left to clear Her unteers concluding with a prome- coated dont gripe or cause nausea Mrs Stevenson and children mil- Â¬ interest in the dower portion of her nade concert by two splendid Tyler Hemphill brothers Charles and Stephens and itary bands at the Auditorium be Dr Miles Norvo Plasters for Rheumatism and sister Mrs Stockton to go to ginning at eight oclock p m Her seal skin Mrs Blackburn It is now thought the regimtnt Kentucky Board of Pharmacy THE North W estern Limit ELEC LIGHTED Â¬ i it 20th CENTURY TRAIN Paul -- For Sf Minneapolis Night Dulufh Â¬ Train except 830 am 1015 Â¬ - Â¬ ilea Short i wastern Hallway Duluth Kniskern to and f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Â¬ Insurance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basemen will reach home to day and if such be the case the jubilee and recep- Â¬ tion will be held as above indicated The invitations are very hnndbome lithographed cards We tender our thanks to the Committee on Invita- Â¬ tion for the same We would like to be present but fear that business engagements that can not be neglected will prevent our acceptance Peace Jubilee at Atlanta cloak The next quarterly meeting of the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy will be held at the Louisville Hotel in Louisville at 930 Tuesday morn incr January 10 Persons intending to appear for examination shouid file their applications at lea9t ten days before that time with the Secretary J W Gaylo Frankfort Big Failure The New Mammoth Clothing and Tl e city of Atlanta Ga has pie- pared for a grand peace jubilee to ShoeCo of Louisville the biirgest occupy two days Dec 15 and 1G establishment this side of Chicago From the subjoined list of speak Â¬ was forced to make an assignment ers it will be seen that all tl o most on Monday last The assets and prominent actors in the recent war liabilities are about equal nnd are drama will be present and make ad- Â¬ said to bo In the roirion of 500000 creditors from eastern dresses Pressure Reduced rates have been secured forced the assignment The concern on all the railroads and every thing has not been strong since Mr Klein points to a grand success bans withdrew from It Our Country The President Discovered by a Woman The Navy Rear Admiral Schley The Army Maj Gen Shutter Another great discovery has been The New Union Tho Hon Geo made and that too by a lady in R Peck Disease fastened its thi country The Confederate Veterans as De Â¬ clutches upon her and for sevc Flag Maj Gen Lee years she withstood its seven est tests fenders of the Tho Citizen as a Soldier Col Wil Â¬ hut her vital organs were under Â¬ mined and death seemed Imminent liam Jennings Bryan For three months she coughed In Â¬ Santiago tho Plymouth Rock of cessantly and could not sleep She uban Freedom The Hon Stephen finally discovered a way to recovery bv purchasing of us a bottle of Dr OMeara Consump Â¬ Kings Now Discovery How tho People Paid tho Bill Tho tion and was so much forrelieved on Hon Lyman J Guro taking first doso that hIio slept all ThoSouths Part in the War Maj night ami with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her iinmo is Mrs Gen Joseph Wheeler writes W Tho Volunteer as Viewed by n Luther Lutz Co ThusSholby N O O of Ilammack Regular In Command Maj Gen Trial bottles frco at J W Giylos drug store Regular size 60c inU Ohnfibe 4 Tho War as an Echo of Independ Every bottle guaranteed 1 to Bits Stevenson and Her cats it repaired eye jewelry she leaves to Mrs Black- Â¬ burn Her diamond earrings to Miss To John May Emma Stevenson Stevenson she leaves 50 to M purchase a gold watch Mr Will II Waggener left all his estate to his son J Lucien Waggo Â¬ ner Jr If his son should die with out heirs and before his brother he leaves his estate to his brother J Lucien Waggener sr ib left 100 to have the Capital Hntel To Mrs Lizzie Ragsdale leaves her Interest in the farm upon which she resides to her husband iday umbrellas D C CitUTCiicii 15 2t County Court Day See our blaze was caused by the overturning of a stove The wind was blowing a regular gale and great uneasiness was felt for a time by those living in other parts of the city for fear of a serious flie Luckily it was soon extinguished with small loss Sawmill Men and Others -- will repair or re set boilers fur- Â¬ naces or do any kind of brick work in exchange for lumber I iyi- J- - Frankfort Ky ege WM CROMWELL great line of handsome hol- Â¬ Auction will continue from day to day at W jewelry I Coppersmiths 15 store 3t Holiday Rates Co Also Real Estate Agent Will nractieoi nth Courts of Franklin and tn adjoining wuntlw o the 8pS0al chase and sale or real estate collection of rents claims and thenerotlatlon of loani Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Dec 22d to 25th Deo 30 and Monday was county court day Jan Jst inclusive the Frankfort and although the day was bright Cincinnati Railway will sell and clear there was but a small j tickets to all points in the South at crowd ot country peopio in town faro limited to January 4th The wind was so keen that but tjpo iGth to 25th inclusive they few found it profitable to brave it will faell these tiokets to students and come in of schools and colleges at the same Little or no stock was offered and rate when certificate ot principal is that offered was inferior and brought presented to ticket agent low prices There were one or two nice bunches Mr Hardin Norris clork of tho drug store of It Shoemaker Perry of fat hogs which sold well 111 says A man came into our store tho other day and said I want a bot Â¬ Fire Sunday Night tle of that stufi that saves childrens lives I read in thoMiows about it Just about 8U0 oclock on Sunday Tho children may got sick whon wo night an alarm was sounded from can not got the doctor quick enough box 05 which called tho fire depart Â¬ Its tho medicine you sell for croup lie alluded to Chamberlains Cough ment to u Hiiudl frame house on Remedy and bought u bottle before Wilkinson street between Clinton ho loft tho store For sale by J AV It was found that the Qnylo andMero leiirai linn te BUST Louisville u XjicrisnE St Louis SOUTHWEST DETWEEN 4 Evansville AND ALL POINTS WEST NORTHWEST The only line running three double daily trains to Evansville without change with high baok ooaohoa and parlor oar Tho dlreob lino to St Louia running two double daily trains with high baok sent ooaohoa and Pullman aleepera through without ohange Tlokota on aalo at L N oflloo this olty For information as to rates route meaning oar bertha etc call on A V Hito ugent L N R R or address R L BRYANT II O Mohdue T P A Q P A Aflat I p If A TWici JOHNSON s3tfle5e3t exx iCjfikarr DOLLS dolls direct from the German dnn French BlBquo hend long mnnufncturers curly hnir jointod dolls 5 10 15 25 38 18 nnd 08 cents ChouptBt dolls in the market 1000 hi Soson Clerarioo IIMJ HI wm iiii MwwirMnmimiH 1 vl vjy JZL1 Handkerchief on Wo place Blankets and Comforts out stock At big reduction to close ri P f innwr twi uwn w in m in mnn At Cost All of our Clonics and Silks for Indies and children sale to day a vory lnrge lot of all linen hemstitched nnd embroidered handkerchiefs the newest thing prices very low At Cost Our stock of TOYS We hnvo a good stock of thinps to please the children 9rm Kid Gloves mmmuymmm All reduced tor the Christmas trade for our F W L Glove worth 125 89c At Cost BASKETS A large stock of fancy baskets All of our Colored Woolen Dress Goods and boxes Christmas tree ornaments in great variety Umbrellas the Just Beauties from thing 98 for a Christmas present cents up Big Sewer Done Third That a committee of three be appointed to wait upon the At Â¬ torney General of this State and the The big sewer which lias been built The delegatus appointed by the United States District Attorney and different counties to the Lexington urge them to lning appropriate ac down East Main street from the said trust tion Tobacco Growers Convention met at j and to dissolve or enjoin be empow Institute for Feeble minded Children that said committee was completed and opened up last Lexington on Monday ered to employ associate counsel if week It is a line piece of work and imposing as Â¬ nece sary There was quite an Fourth That a committee of five will be a great convenience to the sembly of tobacco men and we are incendiary and intelligent conservative and prac people living on Arlington Heights glad to say that the tical tobacco farmers be appointed iinarchistie speech of Col Tobias by the chair as a board of directors as well ih to the Institute dt Woodford county was re- Â¬ of which the chairman and secretary Gibson Auction to beiyiii on the YI1U 3C Will UU llieillUUia ceived with unqualified disfavor llt the Jewell y Stoie draft rules We were not much astonished at duty it will be to governmentand reg- of W L- Coppersmith of an illations for the any thing this disappointed political association to be known as the To- 15 3t humbug and blowhard might say bacco Growers League and said for we have heard him before when board is hereby empowered to elect Blizzard he was as equally outrageous in a treasurer totoemploy a clerkbyrent do collect funds an office and speech On Saturday night about 12 nation or membership fees to defray The following were the resolutions its expenses oclock a heavy storm of wind and t Jbiun matsam ooara is empow rain struck this city and it con- Â¬ adopted by the Convention farmers of Ken- Â¬ ered to employ a State Lecturer to tinued to blow rain snow and sleet Whereas The visit every county tucky produce one half of the tobac- Â¬ is grown and assistin ifwhich tobacco with but little intermission until late to co ol this country have learned with organize local leagues innecessaryvot- Â¬ every dismay that a gigantic trust has been ing precinct or county whose mem- Â¬ in the night Sunday The ground was so wet from the rain formed for the purpose of controlling the price of every pound of tobacco bers shall form theorCounty League that but little snow remained melt- Â¬ delegates will whose members 3 aised in the United States and By Monday morning fell ing State League Whereas Prompt and vigorous Â¬ compose the at Lexington or which the as it other ground was frozen and pretty necessary to prevent ijr dis- will assemble action is cold solve this unlawful and monstrous places named by the chairman Sixth That owing to the condition organization therefore be it the sense Miles whole wheat flour is not Resolved By the tobacco growers of the tobacco market it is advisable it in convention assembled First ThatÂ¬ of this committee that to ishold their only health giving but is more growers 3 tf palatable than white flour an organization of the tobacco farm- for tobacco possible until such ers of the State of Kentucky is nec Â¬ tobacco ifprices can be secured time as living essary to protect our interests Seventh That tobacco growers ex- Â¬ 8 Kind You ava Alwas Bought Second That the organization this tend a cordial invitation to tobacco Bears the permanent v day formed be made buyers Tobacco Mens Convention Â¬ D CCRUTCHERCO Â¬ Â¬ i A1 HOLIDAY GOO S Buy your holiday presents now and lay then aside until needed Here are a list of the correct things to buy t alcli Cold Easily Are you frequently hoarse Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat Would you feel relieved if you could Does your raise something cough annoy you at night and do you raise more mucus in the morning Then you should always keep on hand a bottle of Ayers An overcoat A beautiful pair trowsers A handsome suit Fur or plush lap sofa Trunk or elegant bag A dress suit coat OASTOXLXA A pair handsome shoes A Knox or Stetson hat for Two suits Jaros underwear The First Kentucky Volunteer Dr W A Boiling of this city left Legion Infantry Louisville Dress suit protector Ponce Porto Blco on board the has filed a voluntary petition in His liabilities are rt Berlin for home They bankruptcy the tranfp Kid gloves will land at Newport News and placed at 43000 and his assets at only come from thence on the Driving gloves Without an unlooked for railroad hitch or accident the boys will be at Smoking jacket day or to morrow home What the use of making a better Bath robe article than your competitor if you Warrants get a better price not 1 4 dozen fancy shirts no difference in Ans As there State Treasurer Long has called in the price the public will buy only 1 4 dozen white shirts worth of State the better so that while our profits and canceled and may pe smaller on single sale they warrants issued in June 1 2 dozen collars will be much greater in the aggre bearing per cent interest gate to Warrants issued in July How can you get the public to 1 2 dozen cuffs similar amount will be paid off know your make the are brought If both articles the 1 2 dozen silk handkerchiefs there will have inently before the public both are By January and the public some certain to be tried pass judgment on paid been called in and will very quickly 1 2 dozen linen handkerchiefs of the interest bearing war them and use only the better one the largo sale on This explains rants 1 6 dozen handsome puffs Chamberlains Cough Remedy The years people have been using the 1 6 dozen handsome and have found that it can always depend upon They may The State Librarian upon advice sjnallv take up with some Umbrellas mufflers cuff but of the Court of Appeals has reduced able novelty put forth with gerated claims but are certain to re the State reports the nrlec turn to the one remedy that they tons 12 dozen hose the Court of Appeals to cisions coughs know to be reliable and Off Home Bankrupt C O 500 Two Pointed Questions Answered is to Canceled can for it is a 100000 1897 6 Â¬ 1807 a on is best 19th prom- Â¬ 1st off 100000 Â¬ Reduced Price It for 4-in-ha- be occa- fashion- exag- - Â¬ of of of de- 2 If you have a weak throat you cannot be too careful You cannot begin treatment too early Each cold makes you more liable to another and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it per volume for the first editions and colds and croups there is nothing 140 for the second editions of these equal to Chamberlains Cough Rem Â¬ reports The former prices were edy For sale by J W Gayle 350 and 180 These reports of course only cover the cases officially NOTICE reported and in which new points uro decided for AMlTBiMS D C Crutcher FOE Co EXPERIENCE Terrible Poisoning A terrible poisoning occurred the Cleveland Orphans Home prelects tk Every Versailles on Monday of tho inmates somo flfty mur girls the matron and teacher were Help at Hand 111 and tho physi If you have any complaint taken violently whatever nnd desire the best cians hastily summoned pronounced medical advice you can pos clearly poison Tho lives of sev doctor it r Aiers Cttrri Pecteral Piaster hugs tvm ceMs Â¬ prompt reply sibly obtain write the You will receive a freely Address DR J C AYER Lowell Mom sit uated In Frankfort nnd belonging to the tstate ot the late Samuel South An undivided 1J 85 Interest In the three story brick warehouse blockou Uroudway near L S depot Â¬ Twotwo stor frame residences on High street between Cluton and Meru streets One two story tenement house on Clinton nearly opiroslto Colored Haptlst Church Â¬ lltvlngbeen appointed administrator of the street two Mory 1 wo and aone story tenement house hereby estate or Stun s Hawkins deceased pols- - uuMy all porboiis having claims against the on Mero treet and Klk Alley eral uro despaired of This is All this property Is In good repair and leldlng estate to huvw the same properly proven us ro A rigid Inves Â¬ uulredby law and present Uie same to inout good rents onlng by wholesale Will furnish further Terms to suit purchaser once All persons knowing themselves Indebted Â¬ tigation will bo Instituted to tho estate will come forward and pay their In Information upon application MKS SAM SOUTH AU those poisoned re Â¬ debtedness und save costs LAmi Administratrix h 0 0 NAft JWrn Administrator 13 lm covered The undersigned luis been by the Friuiklln County Court duly uppolnted und uunl lied as the Administrator ot the estate of James N Blnkemore deceased All pe sons Indebted to him urn requested to miiko prompt payment to me and at estate willMil tUose havingas claim against said prow them up required by law and in list them with John B vLlndsey my attorney c it llKfim uimniwiuKui dimil r n lf N Ulukemore one Admxot J lMt SALE VmAj 60 YEARS CHI REAL ESTATE I desire to sell tho following real property lySBISBI tiilnff ft sketch and description may AYr uiln our opinion freo whether an tuvontlun ta probably patontablo Communica- Â¬ tions strlotly conUdontlal Handbook on 1ateuU sent free Oldest ngeney for socurln patents Co rocolva latonta takon through Munn tptctalnotiet without chamo In tho qutuM uninnD Trade Marks Designs Copyriqhts c Scientific A hticricnn New York Washington DO handsomely Ulustratod weekly lowest clr culatlon of any sclontino Journal Terms 13 a oar i four mouths ii uom oyau nawsuoaierj Co38tBfoada Uraucti Oitlco Ota V St I u n rinnrinninxtrinnAni nnnnnnnj innnnnrijuinnjirinnm innnnnnniinji 1 Handsome Christmas Presents For the Baby Gold rings plain or set fiOc nnil up Gold enrringB 100 find up Plnin sots 7fio and up Gold nnd silver bracelets 75o find up Silver knife fork nnd spoon Silver cup Necklace bibb pins rnttlcs combs nnd brushes Triple plntcd dessert spoons 22fi per sot 1847 Rogers Bros Knives 175 per set 1817 Rogers Bros Forks 175 per set mammamtmrtmmwjcM Buy them from M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler and Wo will gladly tell you You would like to know where to find them Presents for everybody from baby to grandnfa as seeing Is believing you neod seek no farther Imitation mtirblo Bronzo clockB 1850 nnd up nnd iron clocks 00 nnd up Watches Solid gold wntches 2000 nnd up 14K filled wntches 1200 nnd up Wntches for little girls S400 nnd up Wntches for little boys 250 nnd up Sterling Silver Novelties Snlvo boxes 10c nnd up Hhoo hooks 25c nnd up Nail llles 25c and up Pepper boxes Silver Plated Tableware Triple plated ten spoons Triple plated table spoons lf0 per set 300 per set Clocks 8 day porcclnin clocks strike or gong 000 nnd up 100 nnd up Hut brushes 75c nnd up Viningrettes 50o nnd up Snits nnd peppers 20c nnd up Combs 75c and up Hair brushes 250 nnd up Wi 4 Wo cordially invite comparison because our prices cant be met with equal values M- - A SELBERT Reliable Jeweler Frankfort Ky We will deliver when you want them Buy your watches and silver now and have them engraved riruirinjTJTJUinnriJinjuvuuinjinnjv RELIGIOUS Ascension Episcopal Church Rev R L McOready rector Mr Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service at 11 a m and 730 p m The night service is under the auspices of the Brotherhood of St Andrew and a Bpecial sermon will be preached to men by the Rev John K Mason D D Rector of St Andrews Church Louisville one of the strongest speakers in the State Sunday school in the chapel at 945 a m Services Wednesday afternoon at 4 in the chapel All seats free and everyone cor the Brotherhood of St Andrew and while especially designed for men ladies are also cordially invited and all who attend will receive a cordial Of Ky welcome TWENTY FIRST ANNIVERSARY SERMON Dr B GOLDSTEIN No 544 Fourth Avenup Louisville will boat the Capitnl Hotel Frank Â¬ fort Ky SELLING OUT My entire stock must be sold at auction The house that I now occupy was sold and I must give posses- Â¬ sion in January and when I bought my holiday stock not know that I had to vacate so soon and as I have no immediate house in view where to take my stock I am compelled to take this step This is no fake sale of shoddy goods All are of the highest standard and go with the guarantee that my establish- Â¬ ment aims to maintain Stock consisting of Solid Gold Gold Pilled and Silver Watches Clocks of all kinds Silverware Solid and Plated Diamonds Opera Glasses Jewelry and Fine Art Goods amount- ing to thousands of dollars Lamps Novelties and Out Glass must be sold at auction to the highest bidder Now save your dollars for the above sale as you can get 3 to 5 for them in honest goods Sale begins Tuesday and Wed- - January 10 11 Seveial bnrrels of Mistletoe wanted Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 Country boys can make their Christ Â¬ Y M C A NOTES young men a m Special classes for mas money by calling on Seats free and all are cordially inE Power The story of the Prodigal Son vited lo lt formed the theme of an exceedingly Ann street interesting and helpful talk given by Rally last BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Christian Church Rev George Dr Blayney at the Mens Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 Sunday afternoon A solo sung by Miss Maria Bradloy of Indianapolis a m and 730 p m was also greatly enjoyed Morning subject True Charity The be t Mtlve in the world for Evening subject The First Apos- Â¬ Mr Alexander McDonald a promitolic Sermou the second of a beries nent Cincinnati merchant has pre cuts bruises sores -ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetter- chapped hands on Primitive Christianity sented S20000 to the Y M C A of Young Peoples Society of Chris that city towards the liquidation of a chilblains corns and nil Uin erup Â¬ tian Endeavor meets at 645 in the 50000 mortgage on the Association tions and positively cures piles or no It is guaranteed to chapel Leader Leslie Barrett building The young men of the As pay lequirod The Minor Virtues and sociation have also given about give pei feet satisfaction or money re Topic 2 cents per box For funded Price Their Importance sale by J V Jayle Prayer meeting Wednesday night 10000 to help wipe out the debt lo ly It is expected that Rev J K Mason at 715 D D of Louisville will give the adTopic The Adder in the Cup early to rise Late bed Junior Endeavor meets Friday dress at the Mens Rally Sunday at pares ato man and his home in pre for the 330 p m Special music All men afternoon at 330 oclock skies But early to bed and Little welcome Sunday school meets at 930 t lie Early Risers pill that makes The public will be cordially wel A conference of the College Young comedto all these services and es- Mens Cliristion Associations of Ken- life lonirti mid better and wiser pecially strangers in the city tucky i6 being held this week 9 11 Tyler Hemphill at Richmond Catholic CHURCri The usual ser Â¬ vices to morrow conducted by Rev A cough is not like fever It does Father Thomas Major the pastor not have to run a ceitain course Low mass at 730 a ni High mass Cure it quickly and effectually with 10 am Vespers at 730 p m One Minute Cough Cure the best remedy for all ages and for the most Firrt Presbyterian church severe eases We recommend it be Rev J McOiudky lilayney D D the cause it is good Hemp Tyler pastor will preach at 11 am and hill and 730 p m Sunday school at 945 a m Burned to Death Christian Endeavor Society meets p m In Sunday school room at 645 Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ Aunt Mary Spencer an old colored ing at 730 woman a servant of the late W II Gray for forty years who lives in Methodist Uhurch Rev T F Cat Fish Alley in the rear of St Taliaferro the pastor will preach at Johns M E Church attempted to 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday achool meeta at 930 a ra light a fire in her room with coal oil Ep worth League oonvenes at 645 on Thursday afternoon setting her p m in tho ladies parlor Prayer meeting Wednesday even- Â¬ clothing on fire aWl burning her so Main St Opposite severely that she died from her ing at 730 p m Citv Hall The Pastors Aid Society will meet bums She was highly esteemed at 3 oclock each Wednesday after for her integrity and faithfulness noon nt the Church Dr Cailys Condition iowlerR aie Oniclal JioardmeetsTuesday evenMany a household is saddened by just what a horse needs when in bad ing condition Tonic blood purifier and The public cordially invited to at Â¬ death because of the failure to keep vermifuge They are not food bit on hand a safe and absolute certain medicine tend a cure for croup such as One Minute horse in and tho best in use to put 25 prime Price See that your little cents per package condition Cough Cure SoutheknPuesdyterianOhuroii emergency Rev Win Orowe jr the pastor will ones are protected against For sale by J W Gayle and Tylers Hemphill preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Gayle Co LeCompte Sunday sohool at 930 a m We are Still At It Young PeoplesSooiotv of Christian Endeavor meets at 045 p m PUBLIC SALE Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ Our business is booming Come ing at 730 and see us country people with your To all these mootings the public is produce porbonnl st ito ot J As nduilulstnitilx or We buy chickens turkeys ninkiMiKirc dicoiiseil tho will on TJIIMtoDAYN I cordially invited ducks Ac and leal in pells Best IECiMIUKlGtliK8 0elnninir lit II ojlock u in tit his lulu residence on tho Frankfort V prices in town UwrKiiivbury Turnpike imtweeii Alon and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Darsie last Sunday gave the following facts concerning his twenty-first year of service with the Christian Church of this city Additional membership 50 present membership 643 deaths in tne membership 8 funeral services conducted 23 marriages celebrated 26 pastoral calls made 1176 sermons preached 121 additions elsewhere 21 raised for missions 178189 159174 raised for all purposes dially welcome Sunday school 27132 raised by the given to missions by the Sunday Baptist Church Rev M B school 14202 added to the church Adams the pastor will preach at 11 during the twenty one years and three months of Mr Darsies pas- Â¬ a m and 7 p m The Young Peoples Society will torate 966 added during the entireÂ¬ sixty six years of the Churchs hismeet at 6 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday night tory 1486 All departments of the work of the at 7 oclock Class in Sacred Literature will meet church were reported to be in ex- Â¬ g cellent condition immediately after the prayer-meetinÂ¬ Â¬ Upturning once encn tnontn iiiyes ex nmincd and glnnaea scientifically ad8 ly justed To be Â¬ Iid Furloughed and Then Mustered Out Department Capt By orders received from the War Burns the U S mustering officer will proceed to Louisville to arrange for the fur Â¬ lough and muster out of the Louis- Â¬ ville Legion The regiment will be given a sixty day furlough before being finally discharged Alistletoe Wanted Bric-a-bra- c MONDAY DEO 12 1898 AT 2 P M AND 7 P M And continuesfrovn day to day at the same hours until the entire slock is sold out Everything will be guaranteed same as at private sale A great opportunity to get holiday goods wedding and other presents at your own pi ice You can not afford to miss it Ladies are especially invited COPPERSNITH THE JEWELER 227 ST CLAIR STREET TJE5IE3 Frankfort Agency bmwm 11 Cmlm n BEST LIQUORS m v - LOWEST PRICES uil7 4- - Candies Bonbons Chocolates JOI JROYAL Best Patent Flour 2nd Patent Flour QUEEN Family Flour jior DAISY Low Grade Flour FANCY Corn Meal per bushel Corn per bushel DRISGOLLS -- St Averilis Drug Store ROYHL MILLS -- CASH QUOTATION per hundred per hundred Â¬ Â¬ hundred per hundred 220 60 230 20050 70 - 210 lbs Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty 100 Shinstuir per - L B NOTICE Weisenburgh IN BANKRUPTCY Proprietor Frankfort Kentucky In the District fiotir1 of tho Unltiul States for the District ot Kentucky at Frankfort IN lANKUUITCy NO 23 IN MATTKltOF WILLIAM AHOLLINd BANK- HUlT December 9 1898 In thlH cnuse It ls ordered that tho llrst uet I Hank ni ot tho creditors of William AHolllm r t rlnll be held nt 12ooiouk in on the tfith day of December IbJS ut the otllco of D W Llndsey MoulhweKt corner of Main and fit Glulr Btreets In the city of Frankfort Kentucky D IB TO MEN On Sunday night next a 730 oclock ihero will be a special service and sermon to men nt tho Episcopal Ohuroh by tho Rev John K Mason Dr Mason is D D of Louisville the rector of St Andrews Church of that oity tho successor of Bishops Peniok nnd Burton and is one of tho moHr eloquent men in tho pulpit of the Stiit j It is his nrbt visit to Franlcforv and ho will doubtloEs have a largo congregation to hoar him Tho Boiviie Is under tho auspiooa of Harintliile Kellnt publlu auction to Mitt ItUliost aiullirfct b tlrttTh it lot of furinlin luiiMimwiU ami niiiclilner buKutc 3 wiiona u lot uf liny 15 lt a few head or cuttle u bull covvti calves 17 head of blooded ioru stock 10 innreii and 3 standard ami Tluj sooner a cough or cold is cured ot the Iiorcca beliiKs lidrc Onward roirlsterol r tlio resptctlvo ptrr Iretendt Norval without harm to the sulfcror the Abbottsford Armory Madild KUctrctpo Tom One of the Htanilurd bred Â¬ Saerund bettor Lingering colds aro danger horbes is it stallion One n lino Htitldltt liorno ous Hacking cough Is u distressing Thenartliularsus tQipedlureea can be obtained ihiy id One Minute Coiuh Cure quickly onSale to bmile credit of eluht nionllm with an on Why tumor wlien huch u nroved security for all amounts of St and over euivbit cough euro Is vlUilnreucli It Is Amounts under 20 cash FKKGlSON Washington and Broadway Gamuiaitu Notice Leo rem St ASidyneo of Lew Church FUANKLIN CIUdtlTCOUUT Illf IiUI pleasant to tho taste Tyler it Ilomp JHAIIX IILAKKMUIIK U 2t Atlinliilstriitr x It Referee In Ilankruptoy District No W LINDSKY 10 to aniitvtr before me and prove their claims ac cording to law or present thoMime 1 mo proven as required by Inwon or before December 80 Uy order of court 1698 W II IOSEY Commissioner F U 0 13 lt Lew Church AC Delts All persons nawiiKeiainis allium iou unurcit at tho date uf Ills ninlKiinient are hereby uotlfletl I DO JSTOT FAIL TO STJESIB 3MT5T BEAUTIFUL lilliji ORTMENT m My 5c 10c 25c 50c 100 Tables will be worth looking at Kentucky Crop Pcport iW h Replies were received this month from 145 correspondents representing 101 counties WHEAT The wheat crop as a result of the continued rainfall dur Â¬ ing the month of October is divided into two distinct parts the early and the late with the separating interval of such extent and clear definition as rarely occurs The early por- Â¬ tion of the crop will average a date much in advance of the or-Â¬ dinary and as was noted in the November report was be cqniing too rank to withstand freezing temperature The ar- Â¬ rival of winter conditions has however set at rest any appre- Â¬ hension on that score This part of the crop suffered some- Â¬ what from insects early in the season but has escaped serious injury and is in excellent con- Â¬ dition to withstand the severe winter which appears imminent The late wheat which was main- Â¬ ly sown after November 1st comprises the largest half of the acreage It has been sub Â¬ jected to some severe weather tests of late and since much of it is either below ground or is just beginning to make its ap Â¬ pearance that it would escape injury would be assuming too large a measure of good fortune The condition of the xrop averages 94 for the State which is two points below the Novem- Â¬ ber average On December 1st 1897 the condition was 85 and for same date of 1896 it was 101 By sections the following percentages of condition tire shown Western S2 which is a decline of five points during the month central 102 which is an increase of seven points and southeastern 100 which is the same as tho condition re Â¬ ported November 1st The fall- Â¬ ing off in condition in tho west- Â¬ ern section and tho increase in tho central is due to the fact that in tho western section far the largost portion of the acro age is late while tho reverse is true of tho central soction Tho preliminary estimate of the acreage on November 1st was 107 as compared with acre- Â¬ age of 1897 The acreage has increased until now Decem- Â¬ ber 1st it is estimated at 111 similarly compared It should be borne in mind however that the increase is only in the southeastern district where an increased percentage would have but a slight effect on total acres In Pike county the cor- Â¬ respondents estimate the in- Â¬ crease at 250 per cent In Ma- Â¬ goffin county the increase is 105 per cent while a number of counties of this section report acreage increased 50 per cent The average for the southeast- Â¬ ern section places the acreage at 128 as compared with acre Â¬ age of 1897 This is an increase of 11 per cent since November 1st In the central section the acreage as compared with the acreage of 1897 is 102 which is a decline of one per cent from the preliminary estimate of November 1st In the west- Â¬ ern section the acreage by a similar comparison is 104 also a falling off of one per cent The estimate of number acres seeded will not be made until the return by the assessors of acres harvested in 1898 which will give the basis Many correspondents report under date as late as November 30th that farmers are not yet through sowing but it is safe to assume that little or no wheat will be sown after that date COKN timated at 28 cents The aver- Â¬ age for the western section is 24 cents j 24 cents for the cen- Â¬ tral and 33 cents for the southeastern SUITABLE SELECTION For Christmas offerings may he easily made from our stock this of the sappy condi- Â¬ season Look them over and make your selections tion of corn a little precaution early while you can have your choice in regard to seed corn for next and avoid the rush which year may prove of benefit A comes later careful selection should be made at once of a sufficient amount of ears which should be placed where they will become thor- Â¬ All kinds A particularly handsome one for your wife high oughly dried out Hard freez- Â¬ cut black or red fur trimmed price 175 ing while the sap remains will In view M destroy the germ and render it worthless for seed purposes but after it has become dried it will withstand any temperature which may occur in this latitude without injury LIVE STOCK All classes of live stock show an improvement over condition December 1st 1897 The fol- Â¬ lowing comparisons show per cent of improvement each be- Â¬ ing condition compared with average years Horses Decem- Â¬ ber 1st 1897 95 December 1st 1898 98 Cattle December 1st 1897 92 December 1st 1898 101 Sheep December 1st 1897 94 December 1st 1898 98 Hogs December 1st 1897 92 December 1st 1898 98 At 25c A line of books cloth bound well printed on good paper which are sure to be big sellers at the price For the children All the new ones as well as the old favorites The particular one your boy or girl wants is here OOIHJI1 BOOKS A handsome line for both ladies and gentlemen The prices will leave enough money in your pocket to fill them with Nothiug will please your boy so much as a nice knife an unusually large stock to select from We have BIBLES A large line of these Alwaysippropriate for Christmas gifts Also some especially handsome prayer books at low prices Corn husking has progressed rather slowly and a consider Â¬ able portion of the crop yet re Â¬ mains in the field Whilo the general tenor of reports is to modify first estimates of dam Â¬ aged or rotten corn still the estimates show tho damage is not inconsiderable The aver Â¬ age estimate of loss is 14 per cent In the western section tho loss is estimated at 12 per cent In the central at 14 and in tho southeastern at 17 A few counties report the crop disappointing as to yield and the general opinion is that tho quality is below average The average price of corn for the IStato December 1st is es- - CONCLUSION This issue concludes the Umbrellas Stationery and many other things we have not space monthly crop roport until open- Â¬ to mention ing of spring I desire to again thank correspondents for T TTT1T1 their faithful services during the past year and to express the IV hope that with the beginning A 11 U U 11 of the work next year I may 212 St Clair Street Frankfort Ky again have their assistance LUCAS MOORE Try the Capital Steam Laun Â¬ Commissioner of Agriculture An inspection wi I convince Diamond Buors that ih y can find a dry for a clean shirt or collar When you ask for DeWitts Witch good selection of Diam jna Brioch- Telephone 17 lG tf JIaxel Salve dont accept n counter es Rlnjrs Eurring3 Sfiis etc at Solborts A ffluuLUii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ feit or imitation There are more cases of Piles being cured by this than all others combined Tyler Hemphill Try Miles whole wheat Hour 3 tf Tho nwer things in Bronze Clocks Rich gold finish olj ks Poroel tin oIooks wood Iron mid olooics of all kinds at dolbects Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Which realize The housewifes duties ore harder than men Cleaning alone is a constant tax on her strength a never ended task More than half the work of cleauing she can have done for her if she will and the expense will be next to nothing Half is the Better half QttdJ2 Does the better half of cleaning does it better than any other way known does it easily quickly and cheaply largest package greatest economy THE N K FAIRBANK COMPANY Qhlcngo BLLoula New York Boston Philadelphia Lelow will be found a Hub of letters remaining unclaimed for bho week ending Doc 10 1898 FOBSALB BY Auroden Fred Perry Mrs Finnic Brown J S Prowett F G Depp P W Ralph Miss Ella SONS R ROGERS Elllco Mrs Snllie Shreck G G Gentry Zachariah Trice Willis SeptlMy B Tracy Klem Wade Miss Jennie Hilbitt Sevolia Horton Thomas Walker Millie Complete lino of Ncathoraolo Howard J E Walker Rev A Qcaoolecs Curm BraoletsJand Johnson Miss Wurd Billy Friendship Hearts ut Salbort83B Katie Williams Mrs Goorgnnn Lancaster JaB II Loitoh Katie Williamson Frank For RentStore Room Lord Phlll Wintorsmlth Mrs Lowery Olay Ohrlstlno Tho largo store room in Masonic Newton J V Yarnall Dr Ohas Parker Mrs R A Young Mrs S A Temple one of the beat in tho city Persons calling for any of these let is offered for rout Apply to Capt 13 O Milam or Bon T Farmor tors will please say advertised 1 tf S B HOLMK8 P M Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black VIA Hills St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS GARS fSEATS V SLEEPERS V DINING CHAIR GARS M FREU RUQQ TRAV PASSR AQENTBT LOUI8 MO HOWARD ELLIOTT QHNL MQR 8T LOUIO MO tW WAKELEYOINLPA33RAQT8TLOUI3MO r - GRAND - REMODELING SALE cut to IGo Bleachod popperell 10 Ladies fine trimmed hats cut to 89o Ladies breakfast shawls worth 75c cut 98c 100 and 125 to closo out our fall to 35c line This is way less than half the cost Ladirs Quo 85a fascinators all shades Ladies short all wool house jackets cut to 19o worth 160 cut to 75c Ladies fiOo fascinators cut to 23c Good calico Hoosier cotton 3c Ladies 76c fascinators beautiful goods Shirting cotton Ao cut to 39c Gingham cut to 4jo Ladies 16u vests out to 13c Ladiess 85c vests extra fine out to 23c Mens 10c suspenders cut to 8c Mens sox 4c Mens ribbed undershirts and drawers Ladies blnck hoso 4c childrens 4c cut to 23c a garment Ladies white hemstitched Mens heavy 85o drill drawers only 19c handkerLadies 175 black dress skirts cut to chiefs out to 4c Boy 8c heavy mittB cut to 15c Good blankets and comforts cnt to 49c Ladies blaok 5o fleeced lined hose out 48 inch 50c black dress goods cut to to 10c per pair Ladies misses childrens and boys 29c 40o all wool dress goods out to 23o per heavy bicycle hose worth 25c cut to 15c Childrens fancy 25o mitts out to lOo yard per pair 60 childrens Tnm OShanta worth 85o Ladies 25o mitts cut to lOn per pair cut to 19c Ladies line plush 500 capes cut to Ladies 50o corsets cut to 25o 225 Ladies 76c corsets out to 49c Lndies black 175 capes cut to 98c 75c flannel underskirt patterns cut to Ladies faucy 25c seamless fancy hose 45c cut to 15c 25c red table linon out to 19c All wool gre blue and MAIN floor Its change will make it more convenient to both oar customers and ourselve3 Our second floor will be used for Carpets Rugs Mattings Trunks and Millinery Department and With several other alteration will make our large storeroom the most- attractive in the city To make this necessary change we must reduce our large stock to a size that we can handle it to make the ab ve changes There is only one course to pursue and that is to have a G RAND HOLIDAY CHEAP SALE which will create a grand sensation and a boon to holiday shoppers To reduce our Clothing Stock we slash the prices to an extent that will meet the approval of the most economical buyers Look at this Mens good serviceable salts worth 500 cut to yiiv Mens black clay suits worth 700 out to 489 Mens honvy nil wool Scotch cheviots plaids c former prico 1000 out to 595 Mens ood all wool 100 jonus pnnts cat to 78o per pair Mens good enssimere pants 175 grade cat to 123 per pair 250 Mens good cassluioro pants grade cut to 149 per pair Mens heavy 750 overcoats cat to 289 Mens 1000 overcoats out to 498 worth 800 cut to Boys overcoats 125 Boys suits worth 300 cut to 175 Childrons knee pants suits worth 200 oat to 85c Mens heavy 50o overalls cat to 89o both blue and brown Good towels 5c Turkish towels 9c Fancy towels 25o grade cut to 19c Extra fine towels 85o grade cut to 28c 200 corduroy pants cut to Mens j After January 1st the LOUISVILLE STORE will move their large stock of Mens and Boys Clothing to our 135 per pair Mens 260 black capo rancklntosuh out to 128 Boys 200 black capo mnokintosoh out to 120 duck coats cat to 89a Mens Straw bed ticking 7c grade cat to 6c Ladies 125 black kid gloves cut to 75c 8o fancy silkoliue out to oo per yard Dont make a purchase elsewhere unlit you examine our line We must reduce this stock and now is your clmnce to save money Ladle we have 2000 pairs hat wings Thoy are worth 35c and 50a all shades per pair come and take your ohoico of any pair at 8c If you dout need them now lay them away for the time you want to retrim your hat Yon will never buyl them ngain at this small price 25o last seasons jackets worth 500 and 600 we will close out this lot at 100 per garment 60 ladies black shawls worth 150 and 200 cut to 79c and 98c Best peppercll sheeting nnbleaohed 10J4 cut to 14c per yard 4 Ul 8o ilannel cut to per yard Mens heavy wiuter caps cut to 25c Mens fancy dress shirts oat to 40c Ladies mublin underwear less than cost We have hundreds of other articles tho -- rd 14o TV whito if V I Â¬ prices have been reduced to half In shoes we cant bo undersold Just see what we say in this department Mens heavy working 125 Bhoes cat to 89o Mens high cut hunting bIioob 300 grade cut to 175 Mens fine shoes out to 89c Mens patent leather pumps worth 150 out to 75c Mens heavy boots cut to 120 oalf shoes oat to Ladies heavy 89o Boys J H a 1 i Jl If l5 boots 119 Ladies fine button and lace shoes only 80c Boys shoes 75c per pair Infauts shoes 23c per pair Follow the crowd We are having a big rush Our low prices does it Attend this grand remodeling sale and secure your share of these bargains at the Louisville Store next door toDriscolls Grocery A URBANSKY Co Props ST CLAIR STREET A L LEVY Manager A Tae Fraafctort RounflaDout -- FRANKFORT Yellow DECEMBER 10 1898 X A IT erci Jaundice Cured IX Boons Jacobs C3rrft rusli to otxr lL JL 4 5T1E -- I Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means possible for its relief It is with pleasures we This is to publish the following certifv that I was a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for over six months and was treated by some of city and in the best physicians Bell ourour drug all to no avail Dr cist recommended Electric Bitters wqs and after taking two bottles I great entirely cured I how take to pleasure 4n recommending them terrianv person suffering from thisyours Â¬ gratefully I am Lexington Ky ble inatady M A Huirerty Sold by J V Gayle druggist 4 CXF Clfi Dry Finis s Assortment Bib ts ni 9b Ms Can Mis hi in This n Late Cloaks ai Gapes Good Also a Large Assortment of Imas Novelties anfl Toys In I kI - j As my room must be vacated by JANUARY 1ST or about that time and in order to do so I have made up my mind to sell and hunting is all the Hog killing everything in the house if low prices will move them Never go in your life did you buy goods as cheap as you yin buy them Mr Isaac Bailey who was stricken with paralysis is very low ly stock is very large and must posiat the present time Dudley Baker died at his Mr tively bo sold and in order to get rid of them I have made home near this place of old age tho prices to suit the people and the hard times went Pleasant Valley Â¬ Mrs Thomas Wash and son out through our valley last week to visit relatives noar Woodlake We also have a large stock of FLOOR OILCLOTH TABLE OILCLOTH COMFORTS and BLANKETS to almost give away Mrs Martha TJtley is having a The con Â¬ snug dwelling erected tractors are Mr L Hannen and Mr Breckinridge Sheets WaMBK3X30 The mumps are raging in this section Mr George Bailey is having a now stone wall built around his place which will be a great improvement Speaking Alonday the Democratic side of the House in mint Mrs Spencer Wigginton Johnnie Cloyd who got his foot her returned home objecting to Jen Joe Wheelers has shdt is getting along nicely There was but a small crowd pros occupying his seat in Congress during NkjhtOwl Mr William Uambo is done strip on ping his crop of tobacco lie is an the short session of Congro Snow on entCaptMonday to hear the speeches of W E Thompson early hiru Bailey is the only man of any South Trimble candidates and Mr for the Hows This I Â¬ The fanners are about done gath Lung troubles sucn as pleurisy or arty to show his malignity in this Democratic nomination for the ering corn The courthouse wjis acuto inflammation of the lungs style Gen Wheeler has not drawn Legislature Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ Â¬ bo carefully treated to avoid his salary as Congressman while in not more than half full Mr Kben Bambo has treated him should ward for any case of Catarrh that But little intorost wiitt nimiir wi Borious consequences These ailments t cannot bo cured by HalPB Catarrh self to a nice new buggy are quickly overcome by tho prompt the tinny but has turped it back and more than half the court day crowd did not go to tho courthouse Mrs Alfred Purvis is vory low with use ot Dr liuira uougn ayrup a won- - into thoTretfsury J0EI13NRY COProiJHToledo0 dorful remedy which always gives This shows how small some men at all but remained on the street Wo tho undorsignod have known fever relief afc once eases coughing allays For Representative F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and Mc srs C T Duvall k Bro havo all inflammation and by its healing can make themselves in the eyes bolieve him perfectly honorable inÂ¬ bought a lot of ChrUtimiw goods influence- soon effects a thorough euro of the peoplo generally finanall buBlnosH transactions and obliga Â¬ Woarc authorized toannouucoMr cially able to carry out any Mls Sally Tyler of Nwallowlleld WK THOMPSON Deo 20th t 2ftth the Frankfort for Pvepresontative as a eiiiicUciiito tion made by their arm guest of Mr Harnett llarrod was tho 0f West Truax Wholesale Druggists and family hist wook oc Cincinnati Railway will sell county subject to the actionFranklin of tho Tolodo O Marvin Whole- tickets to Now Orleans and leturn Democratic primary election to be Walding Rinnan Mrs Silllo Tonkins of Bagdad iiuni on Wednesday December L8 0 Halo druggie Toledo O at half rate limited to January Shelby county is here visiting 18U3 102m Halls Uatarrh Cure Is taken Intor her daughter Mrs Lou Sheet Account Southern Educational As Â¬ nally noting dirootly upon the blood Lung and Throat Troublo Cures all 20000 bolts wall pnpor at 4o Hancocks school is Doses mchiimII ntul pleasant to take Doctors sociation muuoiiH surfaoos of tho systom and Mis Mabel Soldby all out much to the regret of her recommend it Price 35 cents At oil druggists Price 7fte per bottle and upward Agont for Dooring Druggists Testimonials free They all mim to like hoi scholar cloaaing Be mowors and hindors healing Soothing OJivor An Outrage vary much is the im Witts Witch Jlael Salveburns andÂ¬ plows Studobnkor wagons bug- sores Old Batch placable enemy of gios stoves Peaks Mill Main stroot and Wo are surprised and disgusted It never fatls to cure Piles wounds St Clair stroot action of Congressman J You mv rely upon it Tyler at tho who spent HKAIUgnEciirort In20 mlnutesby Tir Mllea W Bailey of Texas tho leader on Hemphill M A Collins Miss Anna Pierce Jan 290 y lltXs Quo cuut u tUttu At UruHKlBta fcovuml days In Owen county visiting Fain I will not quote any prices but to convince you that I mean just what I say price goods elsewhere and then get my prices and if you do not admit that you are saving money I will make you a present of the items referred to This is no scheme but simply a fact mt I must give up this storeroom about January 1st and if you dout call to see me be- Â¬ fore purchasing elsewhere you will regret it as long as you live So come and be convinced as the proof of the pudding is in the eating Â¬ 4L f TStreet 01air 202 and 204 LUNG Trouble StÂ¬ I AC OBS ZFrstziilsfbrt ISLr f DrBulls Cough Syrup