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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q t ItJl T THE JP JiAAttnTADT RoUND A DATTT J GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance t5 I VOL XXIV t TEXAS LETTER Galveston Texas Sept 10 1900 Dear Roundabout The Associated Press has been diligent in sending out particulars of the great calamity which befell this city a week ago but it nor any human agency can ever approach the possibility of giving a state ment that would convoy more than a glimpse of the horrible realities of the situation Pen pictures may inspire tho imagination to its wid est compass and lead it on to revel in fields oj limitless privilege and lend it the brush of fancy to color at its will and yet not reach be ycnd very low tide in its task Be Hoving that many of my dear old friends in Kentucky would be interested in something coming from oneEIf3y know who was himself a t participant and eye witness amiI survivor I am moved to send you Jo few lines anent the subject A8 intimated in the beginning it would be useless to attempt descrip boll of what Human language has neglected or failed to provide for The oft quoted expression it beg gars description has its fullest in terpretation here and I shall con tent myself with simple recital of some of the horrors of the scene The people residing in Galveston old citizens have all along nursed and believed in the theory that such a result could never comb to their doors because of its peculiar geographical position with reference to the Gulf Stream and the vast main land lying back of it over which the gulf water could spread in case of inundation thus relieving the island and protecting it from an ex cess of water The storms that destroyed other coast towns in the pastand only slightly damaged this place were referred to as evidences of security here inducing a degree of confidence which disarmed fear that like dalamity could or would ever be theirs Alas they reasoned without re membering that nature takes strange freaks sometimes and plays with the calculations of men This time an entirely new order pf things developed The favorite theory is that two storms were abroad at the same time and that theymet and fought their great I battle on this devoted Isle Certainly there was a fierce north wind for 48 hours previous to the final catastrophe which wind under all previous records should have blown the water out of Galveston Bay into the Gulf but instead It had no effect whatever Meantime there was tremendous agitation in the gulf tide flowing inland notwith standing the northern gale combat ing it which always heretofore had made low tide on the beach This doubtless was because of the groat West Indian clycone which had been raging several days and re ported coming this way As time went on the wind in creased to a hurricane though it did not change Its course It carno from the north and the tide came in from the east It commenced to rain in torrents which was carried in blinding sheets and the wind was so fierce that one could hardly stand against it By this time peo pIe began to understand that dan ger was at hand and increasing every instant Those in more exposed localities some of them commenced to move their families to safer quarters Some succeeded but many were drowned in this en ctaavor About 4 p in the water com menced to flow into the city from the bay Driven by the north wind its coming wets rapid and frightful The oldest mon bogan to tremble for this was a new departure upsetting all their faith and ominous of direst results Fear gave place to J terror while the wind shrieked and came with added fierceness at each successive blast Darkness was now spread over Ill a id the water theiJEjwept by on the current passing our Animals wore s yimraing 4AIJf7 0 0t ttlZ J FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY SEPT 22 1900 men and women shouting for holpI but none could be given Chimneys church steeples timbers were falling everywhere while shin gles slates and seemingly every thing else filled the air and dashed against the house Large heavy glass in bay windows crashed in and floods of water dashed clear across the rooms thus exposed Shutters were slashing about furi ously and doors blown open till nailed to the frames Roofs leaked like sieves and furniture was soaked and ruined All this time the stqrm was Increasing The wind had veered a little to the east getting a different aim at the house and as each blast increased in fury the house rocked and trembled more and more The family and many refugees were In the rear part some praying but allI composed though expecting the end at any moment Oh It was a time of supreme anguish without one encouraging feature It being dark we could not see the outside scene elso = all hope would have vanished We could hear the crash of falling housesthe snapping of immense telegraph poles carrying scores of wires and the Jamming of drift against the house but could only listen and wait The wind now was blowing 110 miles an hour by the Government instrument but gradually veering ens southeast This change stop ped the water from the bay carry ing it back whence it came but the gulf on the other side was still busy destroying all that stood on miles of territory with everything animate und inanimate in and out of the buildings I did not see this work as it progressed but I did see the result and can not tell you a tithe of its awfulness About 0 oclock the moon had risen so that a little light assisted vision and then came the unspeak ably Joyous announcement that the storm was abating the WATER WAS FALLING Each heart bounded to the music of that God given assurance of safety some be coming almost hysterical in the sudden transition from terror to deliverance Now the water went out oven faster than it came and by 12 emptySunday and angry looking on a scene of desolation impossible to describe with justice Every house damaged more or less windows doors blinds chimneys fences everything wrecked Tho great St Patricks Church steeple 280 feet high Just In our front gone down and with it the building it had ornamented All streets blockaded with broken houses furniture and every con ceivable thing to be found in a city Dead animals of all descriptions packed injbhe drifts or lying about everywhere But the soulsicken ing feature was the numberless human forms of all ages national ities sexes and conditions Not one or two here and there but thousands of them All day Sun day people were passing with broken heats saying II I am allI thats left wife and five children wife and two childrenfather mother brothers and sisters all goneIm all thats left n These perhaps were exceptions for in hundreds of cases none were left Notwithstanding these dreadful conditions there was a complete absence of excitement Everybody seemed dazed Men and woman would stand and toll of their utter desolation in tones and manner as calm and selfpossessed as though relating an ordinary circumstance Not a sob nor a tear betokened the grief that gnawed their souls Now I come to the growsome faootoface realities of this awful thing Two days I was along with gangs of men burying and cremat ing the bodies of the dead Scores of parties wore engaged in the same service and are yet and no one can toll when the end will bo reached The dead arc everywhere on island mid f mainland They lire bloated boyojul conception and turned blade ts talc Whiten and t tJ negroes can only be identified by I their hair Decomposition so far advanced that bodies can be handled only with ropes hooks and boards When the ground Is dry enough they are burled In shallow trenches two to twenty or more in dlg1theyand burned with coal oil and wood from the wreckage One can not conceive of the appearance of these poor creatures Somemanyare without a thread of clothing Some have money and valuables rings etc etcbdt all look alike in death Identification except by some trinket dress pr something of the sort is out of the question Some 700 were carried out to sea but that was too slow and the adoptedSquare are bar ren as a floor where one week ago thousands of happy homes were located Some of the people were fortunate to be sLed but not 251 per cent escaped on the south or gulf side of the city About four tiers of blocks are entirely gone from east to west end the ground is as bare as In the primeval state Inside this margin every house isi damaged Most of them are moved turned around twisted unroofed windows and doors broken or other conditions denoting their acquain fr ante with the demon More to thq north and business part the scenes are not so terrible and loss of life much lighter but not a single house that is not marked The island from western city limits on to the end 80 miles is stripped of every thing only very few people live to tell stories of their miraculous escapes Some went out in the gulf on house tops or something else for miles then the wihd changed floated back over the island ten to twentyfive miles across Ithe mainland frhioh was overflowed to that distance No one can make even a tolerably good estimate of the number killed and drowned Thousands can be remembered for they notI eVery nationality under the and every condition in life The work of searching the wreckage which Is piled in every stteetIsIdeveloping hundreds of every dayIpoke from funeral pyres is seen in all directions in the city as well as outside Supplies are abundant for feeding and cloth ling and nursing but gaunt poverty abroad gazing from sad lustreless eyes sunk deep in hope less faces Every minute you meet some one who lias lost all or several of his or her familyTears are dried in the agony of despair Sen timont lives deep down in broken hearts sheltering its tender In stincts in the shadow of grief too sacred too stunning for outward expression Personally I am blessed beyond degree All my people for and near escaped without loss of propertyIGod that my baby girls were safe in the country far away from the shade of death that hovered and howled so remorselessly about the dear ones around me and my soul was bouyed almost to resignation that my sainted wife was spared the passage through horrors theliv ing ero endure I might extendthis indefinitely for the subject has no boundary but Ive told Excuse the hurried manner of cosntructlon and all inacuracies L J COX HOME AGAIN Mr Clarence McDanlel son of Mr N I McDaniel of the West Side who has been a member of the 89th U S V Infantry under Capt Noel Gaines In the Phillip ines returned home on Wednesday morning He has boon very sick and still looks the worse for wear soemlIand hard NO 2 ltj WE HAVEJust received some of the best grades of KanawhauCoal for domestic purposes and would be pleased to v take orders from any one desiring to lay in their t dryWe and and at the lowest possible price See us before lay ing in your supply and we win promise to give you h entire satisfaction in every particular Main office l Black Hoges old stand TelephonesEast Ten nessee No 7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch office end of bridg South Frankfort Frankfort j 4 No V Sjinwheat to sell will do well to see us before selling Hoge Coal and Feed Companr3Black Hoges Old Stand W r OO V I Its Good u Judgment no i I I 1 To lays in a supplyof now before the advances Try IConI Jelligb this I j 10 1 iA Dudley Blantool I f i I Head of Clinton Phone 100 OOOO OO == J G7 uL staAl- pLrw 1DTA Oll WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN BOND Till BEST ALL BVERAQ8 WHISKEYS IS MATURE OVK TM ITS ITS 9OTil2 GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM SMNATUU OIOLP WISeYbAND IS IT WRITE fa H TAYLOR JR A SONS DISTILLERS INCOnPOIUTXD FRANKFORT KY f k j tj J SER OUAR r HOW IT 4 1fItPtt7 flf f A41t J J 3fMnB M Whlbtln tOi Spoilt Sun jluy In Versailles vlsiUngIolnthos vIsitIngrolatlvoR wonttobusinesstrlp VersaillesrrsusiMr Mi A Collins has gone to Denver Col on a vacation returnedfromJFV Yr John H Berryman of Ver 1oyt re ACol Kturneu Monday from Gronup John B Thompson of Har rodsburg was here this week CincInnatirt Mr John TBuckley has returned Cltylfs5I Jr ma visit to friends at Epp fe Miss Katie Thompson visited friends at Woodlako this week ClntnnatilJs friondiCincinnaticisltod Mr EugoneOraig visited hi another on Sunday ljJMr C P Ohonnult visited his jplfl home in Mt Sterling Saturday Mrs Katie Welch has Jfpm Now York City and the east i vT Irs Pat Newman sr visited ligr mother in Louisville this week Mr Jas M Saffoll made a bus iiioss trip to Louisville on Monday f Miss Annie Kriener of Paris the guest of Miss Rachel Cromie Mr O C Kenney and wife visritfid relatives in Owen county this reek frtlrs W B McEnnis left Monday JK r Lynes Station to visit her lSteri- lV Mrs H H Owslev of has returned to this city to reside Mrri Mary B R Day has re fe turned from a visit to the Paris Exposition Miss Lillie Benkhart of Lexing fTton Is visiting Mrs A J Lynch I inthis city W Loxingtonweek DavidFDavisshow this week g Mr A R Burnam jr visited relatives at ills old home In Richy nond this week E to wentCincinnatii 1 tthe Fall Festival daughftcr1 Friday night iMrs Mary B Bailey of Lexing ton was the guest of Judge J H 4 fHazelrigg on Sundaya Mrs Green R Keller of Carlisle SKellerMiss Elizabeth Hazelrlgg visited Miss Sallio W Greene in Hontgom jry county this week LexingtonwasJohn E Miles Sunday Cincinnatitngg on Second street r Mrs Major Olds has left for a- two weeks visit to friends ln Del a bnro and Radnor Ohio ofi1tineMrs IT West this week MrquoIlls Nellie Orblson of Versailles Was the guest of her uncle Mr Geo Berry on Tuesday Misfl Anita Berry of Oldham cousinMissiMlss Beatrice Ready of Louis llllp is the Goo B lulender jr St Clair street r Mr O Wendell Long and Miss LongYallnce thoftytq Owonsboro his future home Mr John W Cox has returned IOjnRJytfr Wallace Nowbrandt of CIn was the guest of his sister Mrs Johnson Barrett on Sunday dnughtif ofChicagoIlIVlGray and wuef on the South SI do fIfltiOttie Orossfleld and son t ly visitingherSldo I Hon Dh L Thornton wife and t laughter little Miss Marian of Versailles were visitors bore last week Miss Nellie Dora of Mattoon Ills has returned to this city to resume teaching her classes in music Dr O R Buckmnster of George of his brother DrlUchard P Buekmaster on MondayProf E Williams iojf the Mid way Public School brought his pupils here on Monday to view the sights Mrs Mary Hendrick Miss Sarah Broomfield Mr J B Hendrick wife and children have JLOLUIIIUH from Michigan Mr Geo A Lewis of this office made a business trip to OwensboroIand other points In So tucky this week Mrs Landon A Thomas jr and children of Augusta Ga are visiting Mrs Landon A Thomas sr WashIngton street Thos C Kite and Miss dLizzie Graham of Louisville are HIISolbert and Miss Margaret Ber berich left Wednesday for Cincin nut to attend the Festival Mr Sayre Rodman of Indiana M1slWSundaysMr Thos R Taylor jr son of Capt E H Taylor former Warden of the Penitentiary who now Chicago is the guest of IIin Gray and wife South Side livesI Miss Florence Payne and Jett trained nurses at the Good Samaritan Hospital Lexing ton who have been at home for a two weeks vacation returned log Lxington on Thursday IWe are placed THANKS under obligations to Mr Stephen Black for files of Hudson Mich newspapers of 10 acceptdbrance HANDSOME The new delivery wagon of Messrs Saffell Son is the hand somest vehicle of the kind ever handsomelysand buck The coloring is brilliant and altogether It is a thing of beauty as well as usefulness SPECIAL PREMIUM Mr Geo W Parker this county through his agent Mr John Drls coil offers a special premj barrel of his Snow Flake Floweri for the best loaf of bread from that flour during the Street Fair SERIOUS FIRE Our neighbor town of Owentxm had DUO of the most serious fires of her history on Monday A livery stable and several houses were destroyed The loss was some 10000 FORKS OF ELKHORN Quito a change in the weather Monday which we were glad to see Mrs Julia Hughes is the guest of Mrs Larue in Frankfort Mrs John Suter spent Tuesday nearSwitzerLexingtonispresence this week Miss Roberta Moore of who lute pasttourMiss Elizabeth Adklns will return GeorgetownStuart Many of our young people have boon attending meeting at Switzer this week Wo were very sorry to loanr of the death of Mr Ryland D Bedford We extend our sympathy to the bo reavod wife daughter Miss Carolyn Brock spent Mon day last in Georgetown the guest of Mrs J T Brooks Miss Mayme Norwood of Louis MaryHoltonKID ITKI- n todays paper Mr A J Alexander gives notjico of the loss of two certificates of stock in the Fanners Bank of Kentucky and that he will make application for a reissue of same at the time required by law 2 W y The Great Variety of Pretty r Fall Goods A AndOur Low Prices Fills OurStore rzvy F U L LI bajof Purchasers Our stock in every Line is- Larger more a dI Complete this season than any beforeWe a great effort to sell the kind of goods that Please axed giveSatisfaction Call and see our goods as we like to show them C KaginBro EZ jj f koi i 7l ISTAGG BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Streets For Your Fall tlardwaredc r t Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded Shells y iiPowder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing y i Barbed Wire Etc j StaggN Bacon 1w SCHOOL TIME Is hero and so are all our boys andgirls SCHOOL SHOES y You have often wished you could find a shoe that would look well on your boys or girls foot and yet would stand the hard wear school children giveYou will find just this shoe at our store this year jTrfU On Your School Shoes i This fall We think you will find we can give you better shoes for Ithanyou have been getting elsewhereC Boys shoes sizes 11 12 to 2 Boys shoes sizes 2 12 to 5 12 Ii I Girls shoes sizes 8 12 to 11 Girls shoes sizes H 12 to 2 100 200 125 175 125 School Clothes For the boys tables are stacked high with good suits nothing but good suits no matter whether you pay 250 f or 600 for the suit you want it is a good onethe best that can be for the price Knee pants suits sizes 7 to 16 200 to Young suitsitr sizes 15 20 500 to 1300 Display a in window R E McCLURE SONhFRANKFORT KENTUCKY v f Attention To prepare sons forn busy lire in this world send them to 1 Ellendalq Commercial College near Curdsvilie Ky The college is sit uated in a healthful and refined neighborhood in Davless county remote from the distractions and Y temptations of city or town Only j experienced instructor are em ployed Without exception our graduates are holding good positions Board tuition room only 80 for 20 weeks For and fJaddress etet 40 6m CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sept 8th To Whom It Concern it Having lost certificate No rore representing twenty sown Sharon of stock No roprcsontlnir throe shares of stock In the Farmer s Bank Kentucky on oj before two from this dato shall wk said bunk to ifwuo me now certificates for said stock lost and I call on alt persons to show such certificates fqucd 22mAJ ALEXANDER FOR SALE acres of landabout2M mllca from Frankfort n short distance off the LouisvlUo turn on old Hurr0l1lbnrg rood It h 9Lonsh- lerabutimbor with a plenty of boon well taken care la pronounced tobacco land by n n nt many such a local tigntoJAME3H Sept 14lm S to to 250I100 to to 200 Our sold 600 mens to one cntalo months doairlng THE MOST EXCITING CAM 1GNIN 30 YEARS IS m D4rEverybody must have a Paper The Campaign a Offr of L 001Froln Nw to Noy IS made Ili t THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLYtThe only unbiased and impartial dally in the South REGULAR RATES Ono month SOo Three month 125 Six Months S200 Twelve Months300 iSend for Sample Copies THE EVENING POST t Louisville Ky i 7 i tiJ JP t r3 IJI I w r Dt 1 i- W1 t 1ir lIIUTYAb Ploasurovilie tc 7 1 jJRov V W Mahoijoy iind Svifo J1flO e7Virgie Stanton n sonV W Jr 1- t r O JWJll Cleveland Ohio on Monday to Mrllralilon M Chew andwifo nee CJlarn Btickloy n laughter v 4 YRES=In Louisville Septom trt18 to Mr Hugh B Ayres and Ir4 wife a son Maxey Holeman MATRIMONIAL i LANTERHUNTER At tho r Baptist Parsonage on Wednesday ia t evening Mr Jason Lanter and Mists Susan Hunter were married by Rev M B Adams 17 OTWMANLANGCardH are out announcing the marriage of Mr Thos B Newman and Miss Ger trude Lpulse Lang which Is to oc cur Wednesday morning October 42 10 from the Church of the Good is a handsome in Shepherde and popular young man attache of our office at the employ of the Kent I tucky Distilleries and Warehouse rCompany r JMiss Lang is the pretty and Yacharming laughter of Mr C F ri ang wife The couple have a host of congratulationsyin advance jyl DEATHS t j DAILyAt tho Kings Daugh c tees Hospital on Thursday ono of- the twin infant children of Mrs Jennie Daily The funeral took place yesterday afternoon con ducted by Rev George Darsie MAYHALLAt the home of her It parents near Bridgeport on Satur day Miss Mattie BMay hall daugh ter of Mr R C and Mrs Annie T Mayhall aged 20 years after a long Illness with that dread disease consumption Miss Mayhall was a pretty and lovable Christian young lady and Z was a member of South Benson Baptist Church The funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev M B Adams on Monday morning I after which the remains were placed In our cemeter- yHANLEYIn Georgetown on Monday morning at tho residence of his uncle Mr Carlton W Gra Jinfantison r city and grandson of Mrs A Jud eon Graham This bright little fol Ilots was the Joy of his fathers fiJli heart and the Idol of his grand- mothery aunts and uncles The funeral took place on Tues byfwere away cemetery4Y5 5OUPI MAKES 11- 1SolDIERo1 peror understood that primarily the soldier a tom ach Primarily every max to a Mot The whole body and brain are eadext for health ami life upon the eerlines and cornpleteaeat of the pro ceniea which go on in the atoninchaid allk4 orgaas of dlgertioa and nutrition People who have been treated for dis MM of heart liver nerve rblood Mve often been treated nnin HMtil they began the use of Dr Fleeces Golden Medical Discovery Whe thY Medicine had healed the stomach awl cleansed the blood the other diseaui disappeared ago lotAwctut I was attacked with MttcrUl fever write Mr DaidA Carter o- fI Yo t Rowan Ca N C My ipleea become ea larcH aad I waa in o am for four yean I went to the doctor ad aome of them I had dYl Mia others Mid I had liver trouble The last doctor I had called It chronic liver aad iocnach disease So I pail out money aad nothing did Me any good Two years are I coameoced taking Dr Pierce Golaea Med kl aad used tea bottles aad aow I caa doa big a days work as man Dr PIerce Pleasant Pellets are a boon to bilious people They cure 4NEW 1 AJEu AVo are in rocoipt of u copy of the Carroll County Republican a new paper published at Carrollton Ky and oditod by Mr WW Mastorson an able and polished writer Tho paper is well gotten up and seems to boo prosperous We welcome it to our exchange list and wish it all success Mr Masterson tho son of Judge Ribcard Masterson of Carroll county and was appointed a consul by President Cleveland Associated with Mr Masterson in charge of the publishing department is Mr Ed Delane formerly connected with the Carrollton Dem ocrat A better printer than Ed Delano never handled a composing stick and the two make a good pair to draw to BRAVE SOLDIER AND GENIAL GENLEMAN GONE We received the sad news on Mon day morning of the death ofour old schoolmate and boyhood friend Mr Ryland Dillard Bedford which occurred at his home near White Sulphur on Sunday last Mr Bedford was Born In Bourbon county but was raised near the Forks of Elkhorn this county be ing the oldest son of the late Hillery M and Mrs Ann Bedford He was about 64 years of age and leaves a widow and one daughter nearly grown an aged mother three brothers Messrs Thos M Wm H and Hillery M and one sister Mrs Alqx W Macklin besides a large circle of friends and ac quaintances to mourn his untimely end We have known Mr Bedford from our early boyhood having attended tho same school and always found him an upright honorable and highminded gentleman- He was a bravo and gallant sol dier in the 21st Kentucky Volun teers Col S Woodson Price com manding during the civil war and passed through tho long struggle unscathed The funeral services were conducted from his home on Tuesday morning at 10 oclock by Rev E F Wright of Providence Baptist Church after which the remains were placed in the family lot In our cemetery Our sincerest sympathy Is extend ed to tho bereft Editors Awful Plight Ells Higgins editor Seneca 111 withIuntil ha tried Bucklens Arnica Salve Ho writes two boxes wholly cured him Its the surest pile cure on earth and the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cents gist Sold by J W Gayle drug STREET FAIR HOP On Thursday evening September 27th tho members of the Elite Social Club will give their Street Fair Hop at Y M I Hall Over lone hundred invitations have been sent to personal friends of the members in surrounding towns who evenIIngof the club a few sold to friends of the members in this city as this is a more general stair than anything previously given The celebrated Capital Theatre Orchestra with Prof Ath erton as leader will furnish excel lent music Messrs BrawnerDolan Davis Newman Lutkemeler and McNamara the committee in charge will spare no pains to make the Street Fair Hopi a grand success IDr B P Buckmaster will be in Jersaiies on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday of each week His days In- his office here will remain as now t Monday Wednesday and Friday His patients should bear these dates in mind office hours from 9 a m to 5 p m and 7 to 9 p m 46tf SORRY TO LOSE HIM We learn that Mr W A Johnson who has been agent of the Adams xpress Co in this city since Mr J W Graham resigned over a agetloylin Mr Johnson has proved himself in efficient accommodating and popular officer and we regret to lORe him from our city We however wish him all success in his future t 11 t lIIti Our Stock Is Nod HOMPLETE In every department Everything new and all the very latest styles in Dress Goods and Silks Consisting of Venetions Whipcords Pebble Chev- iots Homespuns Zibe lines Purnelle Sorels Some special values in allwool Dress Goods at 30C 450 and 50 Gloats ana Euro The most complete assort ment of adies Misses and Childrens Cloaks ever put on sale in Frank fort Big line of outing flannel at 5c 8c and lOC 32 inch French Percales at 8 130 50 dozen extra heavy Ladies Fleeced Vests only 25C We sell the celebrated Fast Black Hosiery the Y S F and Topsy brand If you want the very best roc 150 and 250 hose try them Blankets and com forts in all qualities from 75cup eiIzeI ODonnell Dont fall to ask for our beautiful magazire MoJes and Fabrics Copies Free Tuesday Y tjr t Ellendale ComnmA I I College Near Curdsville Kv A hoarding School for Boys and Yours en who wish to study f Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy fOrt IHand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arlthmetlcgi The college is located in ono or tho most houlthful and rrftnod nel 0 iDaviosa county remote from nil temptations nod distractions of city o town Not one of our grnduatos has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Bo opens September 10 1100 J Ea Gardiner A M PreshJuly 2iem CURDSVILLE J KYrw To Our Old Friends and Patrons We haveopened the only exclusive funeral and em mi g parlors in the city and with our long experien modern equipment will be able to render unsurpassed vice Our friends and the public generally are cot invited to call and inspect our apartments Special attention will be given to night calls by JJ Graham residence 218 Todd Street phone 247 and Graham residence 428 Shelby Street Chapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Ru Tire Funeral Car Your patronage is earnestly solicited Respectfully t Mrs A Jud Graham S Telephone 247 334 Main St Opp Engine House Franln THE ROUNDABOU1 THE PEOPLES PAPERS EVERYBODY TAKES IT 4 Si EVERYBODY READS ITS Z = jif t Subscription Only 1 Per Y LOUR JOB DEPARTMENT 7 BINDERY J Blank ttookft of dl Kadi fotttn up 1 tall Jrightft itjlt oi he art Old Books and IfaOo tou4 at host ttiti M fork f tU M aoiaitaL w i i a T A 1 1 r i 1fli I t Jr rt 8ounnabOut atrott ht the postofflce at Frankfort lien tucks ns secondclass mailablo matcr Ii GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 22 1DOO BENEFIT TO MISS GIBBONS The benefit musical entertain irrefl given to Miss Kathryn jGib Lonsfcon Tuesday night was a dn idC success both ns to the mus icnlr ondition and In point of at tend nco 4 Tvocal and instrumental parts AVerelfar above the Average of such f affttifs and everyone present came l awaj delighted o fair young girl In whose favor flair was arranged fairly out herself Sho is as modest and 2 t a girl as was ever raised In Mty From thoDnnvlllo Advocate 1QESSFUL COLORED MAN of James S Hathaway recent looted president of the State mal School for Colored Persons ikfbrt Ky was in the city lr Jay and Sunday visiting his tly The Normal School opened week with largest attendance ll tory of school All his friends be pleased with this Informa n Prof Hathaway is thoroughly crested in the work of his instl tlpri and its possibilities as relat glo his race and to tho entire Jopip He believes that his peo must work out their salvation regards them as especially ltL d for agricultural pursuits He jghsldors Dr E E Humo of SEiyinkfort one of the trustees of the histSKime has been instrumental in it at the disposition of the I school a farm of nearly three hunt negrolland reliable farm service We have iNlcnown Dr Hume for years but t w men are more widely known none more favorably so A man Voft wealth and of culture of brain of heart and of experience he is a V superb citizen of our Common vj vvealthanclraay be expected to dis t IVargo wisely and well any duty Jfethat ho assumes ptuLDING THE EXPOSITION JiThe accompanying views give KBpine idea of the progress of work i upon the buildings for the Pan i lcan Exposition to be held in Buffalo next year One of these fjj hows the Electricity and Machin reT cry buildings looking southeast sf from that portion of the grounds 11ftvbich will be occupied by the Mid t tiyThe view does not clearly i distinguish between the two bulld separires tho Mall 150 feet wide which runs east and west The other shows a t1Jqarer view of the Electricity bulld corIIJIDert which are now being put in place lyrpachI Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building Graphics Arts Forestry anct Mines Horticulture the large f of three Go ernment build j i fEthnologybuilding ngst4 umns ronlpJIn tersnjnl1tjgiefjrarid all f sorts of architectural ornaments of fc7 intricate detail All the exteriors Sk of the buildings are to TSeflnfHlfied JV in color presenting a most agree nhltGW pass UU ylUlIHCli WAyuI llUIIH 1U U1O I extent and variety of its sculpture and plastic decoration It will out rival its predecessors the beauty it fnd completeness of its horticultur and floral effects and is to have tfd most elaborate and picturesque of electrical effects 4 ever undertaken Tine arrangement Qt the building is a symmetrical one nearly all of the principal structures being grouped about v i J Itctl broad courts About 88 Bores of land are comprised in these courts all of which will receive this elaborate embellishment Large pools wtth a bewildering number of foun tains and jots of water will com plete the picture and at night the rippling surfaces of water will he- made particularly brilliant f by means of floating lights and the wonderful illumination of all sur rounding objects by the use of more than 200000 electric lamps The Installation of the heavier exhibits is to begin early in No vember and the contracts require that all of the principal buildings shall be completed before severe weather sets in Thus is the pub lie assured that tho Exposition will be opened on time and that the early comer will have quite as much to see as those who delay their visit The process of building a great Exposition has a charm to every one who has an interest in the development of any grand enterprise It represents a vast organization with its director general and assistant directors superintendents caretakers contractors foremen and an army of workmen under the discipline necessary to carry on rapidly and successfully a great work Materials are being brought Into the grounds by train loads almost every day and each week shows definite progress The illus trations here given show what has been accomplished on the buildings in about three months Another three months will find several of them completed and all of them so well progressed that the rigorous weather of winter can not interfere with their prompt completion NARROW ESCAPE On Friday afternon Mr Cecil Farmer son of Mr W S Farmer of Farmdalewasassisting in ren dering surgical attention to a horse belonging to his father which had been snagged when the animal let drive with both hind feet striking young Farmer in the stomach He was rendered unconscious for two hours or more After a physician had worked with him he was finally restored to consciousness A care ful examination showed that the horses heels had made a glancing lick iiv place of direct as was at first feared and in a day or two our young friend was able to be about as usual none the worse from the accident except soreness We rejoice in his lucky escape Ifrom Instant death He is a manly and worthy young min who has his friends numbered only by his acquaintance DeWitts Little Early Risers are prompt palatable pleasant pow erful purifying SouthMcKeett Longmoor W Hardie NEW PENSION BOARD ORGAN IZED Tho new board of pension exam ining surgeons met Saturday and organized by electing Dr H S Keller president Dr E E Un derwood secretary and Dr L T Minlah treasurer Meetings will be hold on the first and third Wed nesdays of each month in regular quarters of the board at the Custom Housescotts EMULSION OF CODLIYER OIL WITH- HYPOPHOSPfflTES ji should always be kept In the house fol lowing reasons t FIRST Because If any member of the family hasa hardxqld It will cure it SECOND Because if the children are delicate and sickly it will make them strong and well THIR Because If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH = Because it Is the standard remedy in all throat and lung affections No household should be without It It can be taken In summer as well as In winter toe and iioo all ts SCOTT BOWNEChembuNewYork BUFFALOS ART PALACE The city of Buffalo is soon to have one of the mqst beautiful buildings in the western world a public art gallery to cost upwards of 85000 The building is tho gift of J J Albright a citizen of Buffalo and a liberal patron of art who desires to bestow upon his city a structure that will forever yield immeasurable pleasure to those who visit It and become as well a center of cul ture and art The only conditions imposed by tho public spirited donor were that the city of Buffalo should furnish a site and that the Fine Arts Academy of Buffalo which is made the custodian of the property should raise a mainte nance fund of 100000 The city promptly deeded the site requested which is just within the limits of Delaware Park overlooking the beautiful park lake The Fine Arts Academy has complied with the terms of the gift as they applied to the maintenance fund and the building will be hurried to completion as rapidly as conditions will permit The building will be used as the art of the PanAmer ican Exposition and thereafter be come the permanent home of Buf falos art collections This magnificent edifice will bo 260 feet long by 160 foot wide the principal facade looking toward the east The building will stand upon a broad terrace 85 feet above the level of the park lake which lies but a few rods below and to the eastward The principal approach monumentalIsteps contour of the ground giving opportunity for state ly embellishment The terrace walls are to be of heavy granite blocks Statuary fountains formal floral displays and lawns will complete the ornamentation of the terrace 1rrhe style of architecture chosen is the classic Greek both the easjr orn and western facades showing rows of rich graceful columns The style Is Ionic A semicircular col onnade forms the central figure of the west orElmwood avenue front- The building has broad wings at the extreme northern arid southern whiohtarehiteotual woks of ancient Greece Tho highest peak is only 6 feet above ground The Erechtheum of ofIfnIThe Erechtheum was an ancient temple and is ono of the most in teresting of the ruins of the Acro at Athens It was rebuilt after the Persian invasion about 400 B Entering the building by way of the main approach one comes first to the hall of statuary in the mid dle of the building which is 71x100 feet Directly west of this is the Hemicycle a large semicircular room with tiers of seats and a rostrum where lectures may be given before audiences of several hundred people North of Statuary Hall will be a gallery 86x58 feet On either side of the corridor leading to this gallery are library and board rooms Beyond In the extreme north wing will bo seven studio rooms con nected by a long corridor In the western part of the building are two anterooms and four large galleries In the large light basement will be numerous otho rooms for all sorts of uses in connection with the proper management of the building such as bicycle and cloak rooms lavatories janitors quarters doe tric lighting and heating packing And storage The building will be strictly fireproof the materials be 9ng white marbles steel beams ibrick cement and stone The tructure will require 25000 cubic feet of marble All materials will enduringredifice may remain generatidnsshnll havovpnishdcl- Tine f Louisville Homo Show ASSQ ciation will have the largatbuild in the South to be used for a public purpose It will accomm6 date 10000 people hold a ring 240 feet long a grand promenade an eighth of a mile long and two big cafes ATTENTION EVERYBODY Come to the Kings Daughters booths corner of Main and St O for your lunch during Carniyr l The best lunch for the least money WIll bo served t y tiJ c Dates For PaIrs In Keetuckyr Tho following are the datES for holding the Kentucky Fairs this year so far as reported Owensboro September 18 five daysGlnsgowSeptember 19 four days Henderson September 25 five d Horse Cavo September 2a four dave Mt Olivet September 18 three da s Hopklnsvllle Elks Septomder Five days Frankfort Street Fair September 2528 1 J Ml I FLOUR f AnywherePatronize f t THE J E M MILLING CO f JN MILES Sec Treas Aug 181yI iIiIiiIiiIiiIiii i Thos K Robb f i Piano and nlture FurI Packing and Orating Carefully Dono by Experienced Men Good Service Mod eratoprices Lewis Street Local g Phono No Sept 83m i1IiIii IiVi Strayed or Stolen FROM tho farm of J P Stafford near Btod mnntown this county a black and white POINTER DOG Ho is rnthor small in stature and answers to tho name of OountJ A Hl eral reward for his return to Mr Stafford or myselfor for nny Infonnatlon which leads to his recovery PAYNEMtf Dissolution Notice HE firm of Rosenqteln Roaenbur 001 Broahaving StOlalrtinuo tho buHinoB Frankfort Sept Sept 8lnu 1000I Spare Women Informer yearswhen thin women wished to gain flesh andZoundnCS3 of form they would take warm baths and follow this by rubbing Into the skin cod liver oil Now they employ the more elegant way of buying Scotts Emulsion and taking it in ofithinBest Way to Cure BackacheI Backaches are caused by disorder KlclneyCureSouth Longmoor McKee Hardly e Try the Capital Steam Laundry for u titan shirt or collar Telephone 17 16tf KodoIDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing t the exhausted digestive or gans It lathe latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparationIcan approach it In stantly relieves and cures Dyspepsia Indigestion NausealSour Stomach Sick Headache QastralgiaCrampsand all other results of imperfect digestion k PrlceSCc and Largoslzo contains times r small size Book all about dyspepsiamutledfrefl Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Crjleai SOUTH LONGMOOR t W McKEE HARDIE f noLimitations upon Residence Traveland Oc patio- pPayableln6oid PaidUp Insurance values Important features OF- anlOM mwtna1 Polities or LIFE INSURANCE i INCONTESTABILITY from date of issue Grace In- Prenthun Payments 0ab Ualnc Coax Mm Extension of TnsuranceI By terms of the matoe non J orieUwre Eaip rIone of these privileges ts t And clear how and is available is plainlyEIvtry technical qualifications i loopholes for misunder buteverything is explicitly in uneouivocat gejFTER Three Sean UNION MUTUAL il toPay tfiiBIMJJNE NONFORFEITURE LAW pingF G BRODIE flManager for Kentucky N W Cor 4th and ivJo1Jorson Streots Lousviilo Ky JOHN R xFrankfurt 1iDoes it Pay to Buy Cheap l A cheap remedy for coughs and colds right but you want some thing that will relieve and cure the more severe thud dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes If possible If not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized coun itries with success in severe throat and flulates the tissues to destroy the 1 disease but allays Infll nrQlitlonicauses easy expectoration givenR- ood 1 nights rest and euros the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by S B Holmes My TBE BEST ROOEIIIES ANn LIQUORS 4 f 37 j t LOWEST PRICES I T T JOHN BRISCOLLSh t i tIirt t JACOB SWIGERT CO i r i +IiAgerits 101 AND 102 ANA STREET B0 m 2Qt of the Capital Hot LR V7 f i J 1 l iiA J ZJla 5 i ri tTH FBEE STREET FAlK t Tho Free Street Fair of Frnnk j fort will begin on Tuesday next with ft grand civic parade headedJ l i fJj toy the Newsboys Band of Louisa vllle This will be followed by the opening addresses and the unveil ing of the Spanish cannon by Mayor W S Dehonoy in the State House yard The Free Shows will begin at 10 oclock a m with a trapeze per nancg by the celebrated Bald- Win Bros known as the Flying t J3aldWins At 1080 tho Vaudeville will open on the big stage at the corner of Main and Ann streets Which will include contortion and juggling acts besides there will be j S good minstrel troupe which will porformancefi will n be seen twice a day is the Southern r pickaninnies and Cn1eeJVilkers The Flying Lady This human Butterfly will factually fly through the airnelther cords nbr wires to 1 sustain her 3 V Electrical TheatreEvery act and attraction executed by electricity 1 Sappho Attracting more atten j f tion than anything of recent years that hhs been offered to the public Bascoe the Snake EaterHe ac r tually bites off the head and peels j tho snake like a banana and eats i the flesh of the reptile in plain view of the audience gt War Pictures Subjects and Fire p DanceA world yonder and most l beautifully and wonderfully real rw istic i Cosmo Palace Terpsichorean These dancers are attired in the most elegant costumes that money Ivti can procure v The MerryGoBound and Gypsy Camp The Foot Race will start from- corner Ann and Broadway at 2 p i r ii- nfis The Best Decorated Bicycle con t test will take place on St Clair street at 280 p m Forms in front L of B K McClure Sons The Wheelbarrow Race will start from railroad track on Broadway In center of StClair street at 280 IIf pm The Goat Race will start fro Ann street on Main at 280 p m A grand Balloon Ascension will take place from L N yards t4p m to be preceded by the 1r Slide for Life winIt f jhtLookin1 I Y Aj To re store use After using it for two your mirror today Take a last look at grayhair may be the last if you want It so you needntkeepyour f 1 f1itoI1Hairs or three weeks notice how much younger you appear ten years younger at leastAyers Hair Vigor also cures dandruff prevents falling of the hair makes splofIt cannot help but do these thinfor its hair a helpIsCllphealthy Che disease that causes dandruff Slee ftbettto AHftHfiM lEdtybtverytklckI think there la nothing like it for tke bald Lxi PlUM1M Yarrow I T A MWV Ub1orrIt oa do not obtain ell the baeBfe VigorWriteDm J o AYKR lamiU Mat Santiago with portrnltqof Admiral Schley and others the taking of Manila and pictures of Bryan McKinley and others woven in fire SpecialPromiumsI a 50 0 K Crown Bange for the best decorated turnout a 15 100piece sot of china for the second prem ium on third day of the Fair- P C Solver Co offer one of their fiftydollar Fisher Ranges for buggyI mIoffers one of her 10 Hats for the best lady horseback rider and Mr W B Bridge ford offers as second premium a room of Wall Paper This exhibit to take place on the second day of the Fair at 2 oclock p m M Busam offers one at his 5 Stack Cakes for the best walker in the childrens Cak6 Walk and n 2 Cake for the second best af 8 oclock pin on the second daY of the Fair Mr BlE Gaines offers a cash premium of 5 in gold for the best Mr A Dudley Blanton offers 50 bushels of his best Coal for the best Calico Dress for a lady Mr Dick Crutcher offers 5 in gold for tho fastest runner in the Nolonethis premium from any other part of the world than this Franklin countyMessrs R K McClure Son oiler 5 in gold for the Best Decor ated Bicycle ridden by a girl on St Clair street 20 years old and other premium will be for a life insurance policy in the Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York for 1000 paid up for one year in full offered by John W R Wil llama Co to the most popular young lady school teacher In city or county to be determined by popular vote Each person regis tering each day will be given a cou pon upon which may be written theiroholce Ages between 18 and 25 DAtTORSA them of llrrars ttThe Louisville Hors Show has been exceptionally successful in securing judges They are not only experts but gentlemen of national renown Among them are Geo B Hulme of Now York elms E Mather of Philadelphia and Gen Nelson A Miles General Miles will judge the cavalry and saddle horses The emergency bags sent by a church society to Kansas soldiers in the Phillipines contained among the necessities a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the well known euro for plies injuries and skin diseases The ladies took care to obtain tho original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve knowing that all the counterfeits are South Longmoor W McKee Hardie The Directors of tho Loulsvlll Horse Show have deemed it advisable to increase tho capacity of their building from 5000 tb 10000 The arena will be 210 feet long The show will be a very popular event If you are sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to oneyour kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring health and energy South Long moor W McKee Hardie THE LANE THAT HAD NO TURNING Sinco adventuring into Egypt in quest of the rAy material of which fiction is made Mr Gilbert Parkers have been howIeverho has just completed finds him at tho highest dramatic level to which he has yet attained The Lane that Had No Turning is re markable for its honest strength thorough originality and absorbing interest The scene of the story is Pontiac whither Valmond came and the period tho middle fifties The leading characters are Madeli netto a famous singer and her hus band Soignior of Pontiac for whom she dares all and risks all The story gains interest as it progresses and concludes with a striking and wholly unexpected finale The Lane that Had No Turning will begin in the Saturday Even ing Post for September 20 end run through five numbers J tA7 llCMV1ur nalcAeo ttco THE FAVORITE LINE FROM LOUISVILLE 2 CHICAGO Elegant of luxurious Parlor and Ding Cars und Modern Wagner Palace Drawing Room Sleepers For tickets rates and general information by prospective pus sengers to all the vast including CALIFORNIAFrank C Hi RockwelljJTrHfTic Mgr W H HDdel P G M AddressIE H BtlcOnD P A- Louisville Ky Dr Caflys Condltfon Powder are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCoiVipte Gayle Co Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS = FlourI il S alp Jtll IF orn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 25 l- yl11flONBRIIYIIM GO BREWERS OFFINE BEERS Whlab in Quality and Flavor Are EQUALTO ANY BEERMADE THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PltO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D OKOBINSON Frankfort Bept 2ly Frankfort Cemetery Co Notice la the lot owners that an election wilgivenhld at tho store of R K McClure Son between the hours of and oclock on TT1ESuAY OOTOBER 91000 for the purpose of electing seven trustees E L SAMUEL President SOW 6ow Peas FOB FOAL IMFMYINQ SOIL WB HAVE LARGE STOCKS of these and aU other Seasonable Seeds such as German 9Pearl nillets Soja mat Velvet Beam Seed Corn Teosinte Sorghum fllllo Maize Buckwheat Etta Write for prices and WOOD STUBBS Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY raHARVEST QUEEN After indulging in all sorts wild speculations for several weeks the Cincinnati public is now discussing tho merits of the Harvest Queen whose identity has just been revealed by the Directors of the Fall Festival The young lady is Miss Estolle Korb tho 17 year old daughter of oxcounty commissioner Henry Korb She is a perfect typo of fair young womanhood A profusion of wavy chestnut hair shades an oval face whose exquisite tints suggest perfect health There is u world of merriment hidden In the depths of nglngIyoung figure just budding into womanhood Miss Korb plays and has a passion for art which bids fair to make of her a painter of re nown She will wear a Grecian gown of cream bordered with gold LOW RATES TO CINCINNATI FOR THE FESTIVAL September 19th to 29th inclusive tho F By will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at one and onothird good returning until September 80tII and on September 19th 21st 24th 26th and 28th will soil round trip tickets to Cincinnati for one fare for the round trip good returning the day following the date of sale account Fall Festival J R NEWTON G P A- Telephone 09 r u rI DROPSYSO1JTH1RN 4 g y s J I taya atdea4 tirotUnUof all ymptomi remov ed T iMaoalaJ andTXX BATS rete ent free M I X tUIIl N1albtaat K Atlanta Ge 7 t 4t Bismarcks fl Was the result of health Indomitabfe willnPa- mendous energy are not Stomach Liver Kidneys 1nd13 are out of order If you want then qualities nnd the success they brim Dr New Life 12 pJbodydrug store That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leav YOUVlfiVf used Dr Kings New Thousands of sufferers I their matchless merit fi lbloodup your health Easy tot them Only 25 cents li if not cured Sold byJ drnggist OSTEOPATHY t Richard P Unckmaster D graduated under A TSti der t athy Kirksville Office 41 St Clair street st4irsKairinOffice hours 9 n in tQ 5 pJ Evening hours 7 to 9 Telephone No 145 Consultation free 4t spot astronomer causethe extreme heat this I mer and doctors declare nearly the prostrations were induced disorders of the stomach Ch health follows good digestion 1 dol Dyspepsia Cure digests wt you eat If you have mdlgestl or dyspepsia it will quickly rSlle and permanently cure you outl Longmoor W McKee Hardlo The Dread of people with weal lungs who suffer from stubborn coughs is consumption Foleya Honey and Tar if taken in time cures the cold heals und strengthens the lungs and always cures incipient consumption South Longmoor McKee Hardieai To prevent consumption quickly cure throat lung troubles with one Minute Cough Cure South Longmpor W McKee Hardie The most dainty and effective pills df made are DeWitts Little Early Bis i ors They are unequalled for all liver and bowel troubles Hardie South Longmoor W McKee ri inpTuM andlfkitkty HaMto eared at hone vltH toutpain Boo F sent FREE sa R Atunu be oe M4 port njt M The wolf in the fable put on sheeps clothing because if he traveled on reputation he couldnt accom 54pfish purpose Counterfeiters of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve couldnt sell their worthless salves on their merits so they put them in boxesand wrappers like DeWitts Look utfforthem Take only DeWitts VitchtHazel Salve It cures piles and nllJ Jskin diseases South Longmoprv Llr1 For Sale I A first class byclcle 99 model JatIllFor Sale f A new style doubleseat and a fine young horse for sale cheap Apply at this office t Question Answered f Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Y6ur mothers and grandmothers never thought of osusing anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of appen dicitis nervous prostration or 11eart failure etc August Flower to clean out the system nndistop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver sUm ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all theyI took when feeling dull and bad headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower fn liquid make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly Read This Getting bigger every daylh What Our Why Bead the bargains which we dished oubtol T our trade last week and will a 1JloundFinest cream cheese at lOo P e pound L Breakfast bacon at lOc per pound fit syLANGDONOREASEY porated vjS Formerly Blue Grass Grocery 632tj I f f t IP YOU ARE COMING if2 F this va urinte t Fair it will UIIUVcfr ofJewelryvisitFrankfort r iuterest to do SO t I Pit M A SRLBTERT + RELIABLE JEVVELEB iJL I ++ + + rsIslalrrIIImss + 44dRELIGIOUSj CESSION EPTSCOPA McCreadyornot Minister oly Communion it 9 oclock n Morning prayer and sermon at a m- Eyening prayer and sermon at m Sundayschool and adult Bible at 945 a m lltnnyonSunday evening the Rev A S CitywU11 f publtitreie BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B atlIU1t lll weetPrayermeeting Wednesday night f oclonk att1045young men Seats free and all are cordially in cited EevGeorgepreach at 11 a m and 780 m 4 Night SubjectHow to Succeedttr Owing to repairs upon the main SundayWillbeautified Sundayschool meets at 980 a m ofChristianchapel at 646 p m Leader Ellen T woodson fri Topic II Tares in Your Field tt Junior Endeavor Society meets at 880 in the chapel nighttatvA Tlie public will be cordially wel coined to all these services and especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted Majorthepa8tor Highinass FIRST PRESBYTERIAN pHURCH Rev 1 McClusky Blay preaclati No evening service- Sundayschoolv at 945 a m j Young Peoples Society of Chris Endeavor meets in the Sunday School room at 045 p in- i evenSingj Phe pulbic cordially invited METHODIST CHURCHRev T F Taliaferro the pastor beingE fat Conference there will be no ser vices r Sundayschool meets at 980 a fm EpworthLeaguo in Sundayschool afoom at 045 p m t t nighRIBoard meets Tuesday evening D The public cordially invited to attend f W SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN JHURCHRev Wm Crowe Jr the I pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m t PJV780Young Peoples Society of Chris Han Endeavor meets at 045 pm 4 c publiff of t lJ THE FREE CHRISTIAN k ELtWEST SIDEPreaching evoryt by some one of tho n Sundayschool at 280nvPrayermeoting Thursday evening 780 2 photo buttons for 25c at Nazor udid above Express once 51tf j LUNCHIthe Y 1M 0 A will serve a soup lunch in the rooms of the Association each Everything11we bespeak a full share of patronage for the ladies- TEAHERS MEETING Programme for the Teachers Association to be held at Antioch Church Saturday October 6 1900 980 toneDMusicIBrawjneroResponseLewis Lee Object of the Association Roy Jouett Semones LanguageStella Wilmotfc DIE cussed by Maud Pierce fyrtl Odgen J A Hulett SehweheldSchool Improvement Pat SuperintendentI Music AddressHarrytlcOhesneyState RecitationLizzie Lee What Trustees Can Do to make the Schools More Efficient Agnes M Brawner theEyeEssay Maggie Johnson What is TeachingLawrence D Stucker Music Ynrbrough andKatieEveryone interested in education invltepfYMCA Plans for the Committeemen Tea and Conference at the Y M C A next Monday evening are complete 3Ir Fred B Simth o New York City is in Lexington to day and will arrive hero Monday morning to be present and apesz at the conference Mmdav night The program includes Mr Z ran Chinn and Rev M B Adams among the local speakers Supper will be served at 080 by the Ladies Committee The Gospel in Three Words is the subject of Rev Geo Darsies second address to men only at th M C A next Sunday afternoo- at n 8 oclock Special music will b a feature A SERMON WORTH nEARING On Sunday next Sept 23d at 780 pm the Rev AS Lloyd D of New York City the General Secretary of the Board of Missions of the P E Church will preach the Church of the Ascension Episcopal this city It is expected he will give a view of the troubles in China from the standpoint which his position and information so well qualify him to do This is the inauguration of the regular schedule services at the Church of the Ascension for the fall and winter vested choir will render the and it is hoped there may bo only a full attendance of the members of the congregation but that many of their friends will b distinsguiKhfldpeitikerm r Directory of Bencvolca Organization JR o u A M Meets every Saturday at FellowsTemplebrethren cordially invited to attend F L GUTHRIE R S MASONIC Hiram Lodge No4 A Y M meets second and fourth Thursday MasoniTemple MasterBENFrankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 meets the first Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 FRANK W KEYES H P BEN T FARMER Secty 811Ci Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 BnoWNMBEN Iien each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730FRANK W KEYES E 0 HENRY F LINDSEY Recorder 1001 everyMondaypie St Clair street at 730 B G MOORS NG W S RoseEN Seoty meetotOdd Fellows Temple at 730 GeOriental EncampmentNo Omee second and fourth Thursday night each month at 730 CUAS KEHR H P EUGENE WOLF Recorder KNIGHTS MACCABEES Capital Tent No 28 K O T M meets every first and third Friday WorthalfJOHN RIES D A 0 A NELSON K R fKNIGHTS OF HONOR orHonorfourth Friday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 DiekA u W itlElkhorn Lodge No 4meets in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple every Thursday night at 730 A W NAZOR M W JAB MoEwAN Recorder tiILP o ELKS meeeoclock in TempleO R G L BARNES Secretary Poisonous om lstoole resembling frequentdeathsonly the genuine Observe the same care when you ask for De Witts Witch Hazel Salve There are poisonous counterfeits Do WitChHazel 11easesKee Hardie WANTEDBA good pastry cook also A oham trplythehnfIrnfhftdlsQrderFoleys makingroor McKee HardIe Plutino photos 2 per dozen The latest style out Nazor above Ex press office 51tf TragedySTimely information given Mrs George Long of New Straitsville prevented n dreadful traged and saved two lives A frightful uwukeIremedies and doctors but steadily grewNewuntil urged to try Dr Discovery One bottl wholly cured her and she writes thi marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneu mania Such cures are positive proo of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing all throat chest and lung troubles Only 60c and guaranteedTrialdrug store Mason jars at 8Pc a dozen created perfect stampede last Tuesday at the Blue Grass Grocery 61lt giveChamberlains will not cost you UI cent if it does no good One application will reliev- the pain It also cures an bruises in onethird the time required sidemand chest glandular and other swell fags are quickly eared by applying e PricfFor Sale isA phono raphllnllood condition is offered Apply thisoiBce tf Story of a Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made free He helpel8Sfor taufderfully and able to do her remedyfornervousness sleeplessness melon choly headache backache fainting dizzy spells This work ug medicine Is a godsend to weak sickly run flown people Every bot tle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by J W Gayle Druggist Dr R P raster Will be in his office in this city on Monday Wednesday and Friday of each week Those desiring treatment by Osteopathy should bear this in mind 46tf REDUCED RATESIi Via Southern Railway to Louis SeptemberSouthern Railway offers best ser vice to Louisville from all stations Kentucky and reduced rates as follows Soptemberto return one day after date of One and onethird fare for tile Septemberreturn until October 1900 For further particulars inquire nearest agent RailwayS Passenger Agent yWlIAgtLouiiivllo The ancients believed that rheu matism was the work of a demon liashadtory rheumatism will agree that the infliction is demoniac enough to warrant the belief It has never been claimed that Chamberlains demonsy hundreds hear testimony to the truthL npplicationYlief which it affords is alone worth 3yA FOLLOWER OF MEASLES la coughfspeaking of this Mr Walter B BeeL rImesI t tack of measles which left me with a ofChamberlains disappearedlthe best on the market For sale by J W Gayle druggist ECZEMA ITCHINfjTiUMORSf PIMPLES CURED BY B B B eBottle Free to SUfferers Does your skin itch and burn DIe 3 yotnfeel x iHnirIi aonskin Boils Pimples Bone Pains l A1IRun i Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impuritiea TaketB makes the blood pure and rich B f B B will cause the sores to heed wakinsweet B B B Is just tho remedy you have been looking for oughly tested for 80 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to dbydruggistsbottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So suf ro1 away for it Address BLOOD rGagivenEBTor48ly 2 CASTORIArar TIEr KM YH Hays Atom BuNt Bears the S1p tare of t j FOR SALE A sliding window awning New r In good condition Apply at this office FOR SBLE Of BElT THE babutban home known es Point Dreefe the city limits of Frankfort Meet beautiful location overlooking both the city unit 9lLANDMRS WU D RODMAN 16tt Frankfort Xi For Whooping Cough fJ Boh my children were taken with whooping cough writes Mrs O E Dutton of Danville III Asmall bottle of Foleys and Tar gave such relief that I used a 60 cent bottle which saved mo a doctors IJu Nothing else BO good South Longraoore W McKee Hurdle r Er t 7 RESIGNS t krBy ft roconfc publication Iwo leniit F1tf ernment bona Gon O M Poo on iho Kentucky river has roidgned the position which lie hits hold for Belong and the duties of which ho has discharged so faithfully in order to accept a position with the Mango Eastern Illinois Rail way in charge of traffic of water t transportation lines at a handsome salary Oaph Browlnskis many friends Tilpnp the river will regret to see I him leave but they will be glad tor KItO that he will have a more PORltionIfono rp t always In view 4 k HOWARD TRIAL i tz The trial oX James Howard charged with the murder of Win Goebel Is in progress as wo go to press The chief testimonySyastho same BB in the Powers rial As to the identlflcatlon6f Howard witnesses for the prosecution gave exactly contrary statements Howard claims that he was not Inthe State House grounds at the time of the killing at all 1 Hols putting up a stiff defense nmTno witness has connected him with any other Of the accused After the verdict In the Powers Case however tho public would not be surprised at any thing done by a jury selected as these two have been The case may reach the jury early next week WANTEDPwo reliable traveling salesmen in each State permanent jposltlon salary and expenses i ex erlenoe not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N 0 28mlq SUNDAY MORNING KILLING On Saturday night a lot of colored men engaged in a game pf craps in a house at JlmpsonWeed Park on Battle Alley and the game lasted until about three oclock on Sunday morning A dispute arose which ended in a fight during which Ben Chiles son of Ed Chiles a young man about 20 years old was shot through tho left breast and heart the ball coming out of the right breast near the shoulder Chiles fell dead and the others in the room escaped but some of them placedinJiiilItis said that the man who fired fthetfatal shot was one Lee Clark of not very fragrant record Ho eluded the police and has escaped arrest so far I4I am a switchman writes A J Jennesse of 9201 Butler St Chicago and am out in allldnds 01 weather mykidneysI tried several advertised medicines with no benefit until I was recom KidneyCureme South Longrnoor McKee Hardie SATURDAY NIGHT CUTTING theISaturday night They became involved in a difficulty t during Which John Perkins wh- oEJives out on Cedar Run stabbed a man bythe name of Elder several timcohcc in the shoulder once in the head and once in the face i Elder was given surgical attention and it is thought will recover Perkins escaped and has thus far I eluded arrest I t WNrcknlts soon ttccone tolled hut they to iriMiMd to look like aov with r Gold Drat Powder war vittn UM s cnibblag brush when TMte Irea beds ca alto be wisbtd by this BMfeed but must be wIped dry qulcklyt r ThaboTII I oar NEW STORE On TiiHsday last Messrs Saffoll Son had their opotfing In thou splendid now storeroom in tilt Masonic Tomple Ann street The store and fixtures make ono of tho handsomest of that tho State was arranged with taste and Tho display of china and cut glns was beautiful and would almost compel one to buy whether they wanted to or not All the latest fancy groceries preserves jellies etc are displayed to the very best adavntage and these are backed with a solid array of staple goods canned and in bull The fact is th rbis nothing line that you can for that is not to be found in profusion They also have a splendid line of wines whiskies cigars and tobacco They are making a specialty of Grape Juice which was fur nlshed by The Purity Bottling Co of Cincinnati Itis absolute ly pure grape juice with all the delicious flavor of tho grape Intact It Is especially de sirable for sacramental use Those gentlemen have Mr John T Gray the old and well known grocoryman a master hand a their manager and buyer and i goes without saying that they will always have the best and purest goods on the market and they will sell at the lowest fig ures If you have nob called do so at once Their opening was a splen did success In every way Fatality Follows Failure to use Foleys Kidney Cure in time Foleys Kidney Cure can be had South McKee Hurdle HALF The Board of has agreed to allow the school during our Street Fair on Tuesday and Thursda next after 10 oclock am and o Friday the wholeday will be given The condition is that the children report the three first days at 83 m and remain until 10 a m The is a good one LADLE In the show window of Mrs Sall Thomas can be seen the Ladle to be given away to tho lady receiving the highest number of votes for her beauty by the ladles the Baptist Church lunch stand in front of the church Everyone whomakes a purchase at the stand will be given a coupon to vote for the lady of his or her choice BRIGHT BOY DIES Wo regret to announce that Master John Harris Stone the fourteen yearold son of Col Sam H Stone former State Auditor died at the Infirmary in Louisville on Tues day as the result of an operation for Young Stone was a bright handsome and popular youth who had made many friends while ho re sided in this city His death caused general regret in this com munity We tender our sincere sympathy to tho afflicted family IlHousework is badwork withoutGoMDust andrWasting followsUODUWOBXa Bostonwe SAFFELLS establishments characterful Everything attractiveness thqgrocory unfermented practicable htsdiseasehighdeathsymptomsLongmoortV HOLIDAYS Education childre- holiday Wednesday arrangement HANDSOME conducting appendicitis RL CR5gGraduate in Veterinary Medicine ami Surgery All diseases ot domestic unlnmls treated on scientific principles Diseases of Hogs a Specialty OFFICE BROSaFRANKFORT IC- YWholesaleand Retail et nIhave opened up the largest stock of groceries in the city which I will sell at rock bottom prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SCOTTOW The First Cincinnati Pall Festival Sept 19th to 29th Hn you cant go to Paris come to Americat dollars have been set aside for the festivities of the Cincinnati Fall Festival An Industrial Exposition will be the Iermanentoccupied They cover over 100000 square feet of space find will be filled with new novel instructive and interesting exhibits Cincinnati originated Industrial Expositions in the United States and the present one promises to be more attractive and novel than ever before 1000 In told Will be given for the best Float InI the great Trades and Manufacturers Parade A gorgeous Flower Parade the greatest spectacle ever witnessed theecover sides of the canal for many thousand feet filled with novel entertainments from all parts of the worlda new and modern Midway Plaisanee IH tile Great Springer Music Hall One of the largest and most famous auditoriums in America s ctaculnr grandncast and gorgeous scenery New cos tumes and inspiring music benringing of bells and the welcoming ceremonies in honor of the Harvest Queen whose royal barge will be met on its way down the Ohio and who will be escorted in great state to a grand reception at Springer Hall Novel and elaborate display will be made from moving- oats otherYgrams A day will be set apart for the Trades Unions of the city and an other day devoted to a Monster Atli letlc Carnival Cincinnati cordially Invites her neighbors to participate in these fes tivities Low rate excursions will be run dully via Queen Crescent Route and other special excursions for days upon especially interesting portions of the vast program of fes tivities aud amusements take place FOR RENTMy house in South Frankfort eight rooms and kitchen water and gas G BARRETT 38 tf- Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky Below will be found a list of letters remaining unclaimed for the weekending September 22 1900 Adams Duly Miss Alice Bultroy Mitchel Duncan Mrs Laura First National Bank FlmleCroskl Jozef Gilbert Semoro Hackett Preston Br Hodges B F lapyJucbson Mend Monroe Mitchell Claude Ilicheon Bas Sunders Roland Sergeant OJSronffe Charles Stirrers Mrs M G Waller Miss M J Young Leaner Persons calling for any of these let tern will say advertised S B HOLMES P M THOSE CRAWFORD SHOES The celebrated Crawford shoes wero thoroughly advertised In our city on Tuesday lust by two huncy some young ladles who were dressed In uniform They did their work thoroughly and attracted considerable attention These celebrated shoes are manufactured by Craw ford Co at Brooton Mass wINCH ESTERII NEW LOADED SHELLS uniformityWINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS New Hayen Conn i Iiasm J VV5TI1V Here Are Bargains io rliuil I have some goods in warehouse that I will sell at prices named below Wall plaster 55c to 65c per bag ladders lOc k per foot fire grates 185 complete fire bucks 25c flue thim bles lOc Oliver plows twohorse 650 feimsi 50c to 150 per set spokes 2e to 3Jc iron lie base per poundsteel 3o I to 6c per pound stoneware 6c per gallon black oil roe per gallonj per pound plaster lc per pound chalk1e per pound Vred dry lie per pound gray ochre lie per pound yellow ochre lit per pound white sand Ic per pound Milburu wagon 3 in low wheel 2t inch tire at 4985 wheel barrows 110 to 140 eachcotton waste 3c per pound hemp packing 3fc per pound plaster hair 20c per bushel Oliver plow points 25c each baskets 25c hose reels 40o black and red roof paint IiIF M A Collins A If lI A AIo6 A Aob A FUUU1I1l1lU1l uvwtnrvutnnrutnnnluvutrutrwutnnruvw = WELCOMEt1 1 t f to t The public in general ilk invited to visit my store during the f Frankfort Free Street Fair and inspect my r mammoth stock they buy or not We want everybody to call 4 and see us r fiIs aftJuu nnrijijiriruirutnnnnnnnnnjuijinjinnnnnjirmnnnnnji t Frankfort Cincinnati R ailwayeaTHE MIDLAND ROUTExy LOCAL TIME In Effect October Bth 18S9 120 205 290auo r 100 660 p NoS Pass 410 425 499 448 456 610 111f 710 Pttss 710 ace r 720 726 781 740 III RIVAL FACTORY SHOTGUN cordially whetherr TABLE PMla IDUlly Except Sunday LvFmnkfortAStodman town Elkhorn Duvall Johnson Georgetown CS Depot BuNewtown cell tervllle UElIlabetbAr Parts u CLv AM Pass 1120 r 1107 0500 loSl 19 940 990 P ar NotPass 0491 6321 626- 15Gp 666 5501 540 Ky Between Frankfort land Cincinnati 01 ArArGArArClncrlnnatl tI EEH1 1120 1028 le =oe- Sli4 8115c02 coo 761 760 Naconnectsconnects with Central Iat Iii PJi to617 1rt Wi 4 v- 7t L 4 RoNcGARr1ELo ICDHPANfS 10y KDRRECTQ J 150 to 500I a SUIts 5 to e 25 Overcoats 5 to ct 25 I tieCINCINNATI FALL FESTIVAL Among the dozen or so soloists engaged for the different events at the Cincinnati Fall Festival which began September 19 and closes Sep tember 29 are a few who have at tamed international renown with the Metro f Rosa Shay goes politan Opera Co as one of the principals immediately after the Festival t Signor Tirindelli has just re turned from a season at Covent Garden London as Concortmeistor of the Maurice Gran Opera Co Miss Mabel Dufour Flynnis a be- littleWitching brunette one of the most brilliant sopranos now ho public She will sing in beforeI The Night H by Millilotti Miss Martha Henry one of Signo rina Tecla Vignas pupils I Miss Minnie Fillmore the soprano of the Avondale Mothodist Church 1 who sings in a duet Thursday even- ingp September 27 with E A John is another of the soloists whose Jwork is above the average She has a powerful voice exceedingly brilliant in the upper register r Miss Fillmore was for several years soprano soloist of the Seventh Free byterlan Church and was identified with the Treble Clef Quartette of r Misses Louise Voight Rose Shay and Bertha Sheehan Myers were membersone of the famous Cincinnati Quartette of a few years ago Signor Tirindelli has composed a song especially for the Fall Festi val and dedicated it to Miss Shay the contralto for the Fall Festival big Sacred Concert and that young lady will sing it as one of her num berg on that evening c The railroads recognizingthe general interest in Kentucky horse event have granted half rates for both passengers and freight on account of the Louisville Horse Show which will occur Oc- I tober 15 to 19 inclusive Accommo dations are being made for very large crowds Ll rr r IT OUR FALL RECEPTION 6n September 25 2ft 27 and 28 we shall hold our Fall Reception and Opening and we would be pleased if every citizen of this county would favor us with a call We do not invite you to our opening to sell you goodsnot at all For the past few months we have been searching the best markets for choice things in I r C1otlig SliOe Hats IDl iI Gellt ItAnd now I while our stock is at its best we ask you to give us the pleasure of showing each department Come and look and buy at your pleasure v R + t t During our business experience in Frankfort ofmore than 25 years we have ored to treat every man woman and child fairly and we feel confident that this will be cordially received and accepted by everyone The freedom of the store is yours and the display of new fall goods in Mens and Childrens Suits and Overcoats and pretty Furnishings Stylish Shoes Hats will amply repay you for the time spent in making us a call besides we have pared something in the way of entertainment to make your visit a pleasant one Remember This is the Date of Great Free Street FairI We Shall Be Disappointed if We Do See You DC CRUTCHER Frankfort Ky Branch Store Huntington W VaI IN MEMORIAM At a meeting of the Ladles Sew ling Society of the First Presbyter ian Church held September 19th 1900 the following resolutions were unanimously adoted Whereas It has pleased our Heavenly Father to remove from our midst one of our oldest most and useful members Mrs Mary Jane Lewis whose life was a continual benediction to all with whom she associated and whose place in this society can never be filledResolved That while we mourn our own loss we rejoice in her t gain- ResolVed That these resolutions the minutes of ourbe spread upon society and a copy sent to the family of our departed sister- MARGARET PAGE Secretary SENT TO JAIL A young man by the name of Floyd Harrod refused to answer questions propounded to him by the grand jury on Wednesday He was reported to Judge Can trill who ordered him to answer tho questions Ho again refused and said he did not intend to answer at all The judge then ordered him taken to jail to remain until he should comply with the request of the grand Jury PAID UP IN FULL Mr H Clay Wilson as agent of tho Now York Life Insurance Company paid to Mrs Bourne S Ows ley last week the full amount of the insurance policy with acum ulations upon the life of her late husband Mr H H Owsley of Woodford county The face of the policy was for 10000 had been running only five years andvthe amount received by Mrs Owsley was 10t317 The best cabinet aboveExdozen at Nnzors Studio press office 61tf Iir it IPEAKS MILL The farmers are needing rain in this section Stork water Is source Mrs D G Timmons and Miss lastlSaturdaywas our last Sunday Mrs Maggie Pierce and children of Lexington who have boon visit familyhaveMr Richard Taylor our young enterprising merchant is getting EverybodyMr Martin Ellis and family vis ited relatives at Swallowflold last SundayMiss Maude Daily Miss Alice Leo and Miss Stella Haines were the guests of Miss Bessie Smith on Sunday last BornTo Mr Green and wife at Switzer a daughter goingtoBLUE BIRD It Saved His Leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered intensely for six months with a frightful running sore on his- leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica ysForPain or Piles its the best salve In the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by J W Gayle Druggist Louisville will hold a horse show October 16 to 19 inclusive Tills will be Kentuckys Initial attempt at an indoor Horse Show in fact it will be the first big Horse Show to be held in the South The As sociation has tOO members Fthe leading citizens of Louisville and they have made plans to accommodate a great throng of visitors r CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You Hari Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Ii I 1OOTO5OOSUITS OVERCOATS SPRINGER MUSIC HALL AND EXPOSITION BUILDINGS 1 Cincinnati I= First Fall- Festival September 19th toeIndustrial Exposition Monster Floral Parade Fireworks and Daily Concerts M odern Midway Plaisance Athletic Carnival AND A THOUSAND OTHER ATTRACTIONS Low Kate ExcursionsEvery of Festival 1 J Go to Sally Thomas see the handsomest of pattern ready to nbvelfcies rIbbons in thtfolty 112t idN T 500 to 2500 t lOOn t t Attend F VJI Crescent Agents for Pariiculas ij IASkQUeen I IGenI di Pass Agt Cincinnati Mrs and line wear hats and alLO 4cdates We make all that are made in QthoraRemember I j1 office 61tf J r- yyrJ6 ti irI t b l