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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEOA LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOM AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance I i jtvVOL j XXlVJ 1 f OovlnBton Commonwealth Octobers r THE FRANKFORT STREET FAIR Whnt is it I hers A noise without It spends so queer It souudw lnud V- Asj J crowd pHqwft y Like the waves of tho sea I wonder wbyo Arid Vbat con intro ib I lock und Ijehoid tf Bnifninf too nail fro Cr Inoofufllon unold U Five thnnoand on the g- And wheuoothoycomokt Or whUW thy to And whats to bo dono The L6 d only knows PerhHJis its a lynching I About tn take plate A bnrrilng and cinching Like thti Mnysville case Or could Billy Bryan Hnve tuck the town With hfs crowd defiant To break the crown t Be It ill or wll Ill Roand Thnt no one hall Get ahead of me On wifh the crowd Pinchedblack and blue I Why nil this ado It was Street Fair On its opening dad With ijA fun and flare Without prize or pay So all could como A4 d nilWHITO there To ahao in the fun Of tlu Frankfort Fair Thero were young and old There were black and white A few timid and many bojd Many tjober and ninny tight Some Herr god looking Others too ugly to sell And all were cooking For twnc hot ns Some had urooked legs Others none in name Shovingthrough on wooden pegs Got there all the same Some wore humble hunchback Others proud and Btraipbt Some few croeaeyed hacks Got there little late Dogshows and balloon ascensions Minstrels and parades attentionAlsoraerchancHso in splendor JlI810inJ peanufman would c yJ Nearly bursting his Buspender Tho more you eat the more you buy Target shooting running races Bicycle tint horseback rjding Brought the sweat to 8 Also kept the nickleB slighting Throwing balls and blowing horn Was the common fad Dont you foes theyd say in scorn 0ly oU maids get mad Throwing balls at dolls in rugs Rings at walking canes Riding Flying Dutchman nngs To tho organs strains Drinking ice cold lemonade Pulling chewing gum away 8 lueezing on rho promenade Was the order of he flay Baby shows with faces bright Hold tho judges guessing W lifo the fireworks nt night Kept the crowd a pressing Uncle Jay led Cousin Lizzy Carrying baby in his arms Woile Aunt Susies tongue kept busy Fussing about it being warm Swore she never would Again Bing that crowd to town Doripg Street Fnirthough it rain Gold dollars to drown Many funny things Ive seen Many a tiraoIvo had Bot to all tho Fairs Ive been Frankfort takes the rag you hot VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Are grand but skin eruptions rob r life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also old running and fever Bores ulcers boils felons corns warts cuts bruises burns scalds chapped hands chillblains best pile cure on earth Drives out and aches Only 6 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Gayle Druggist t l FRANKFORT ICY SATURDAY OCT 13 1900I THE KINDERGARTEN CHILD AFTER THE KINDER GARTENIFrom a Mothers Standpoint In the first place let me day thatI I am not a kindergartener anc never have been neither have I any relatives or near friends who are kindergarteners But I have been privileged to send three of myI children ton thoroughly good kin dergarten and have been so much helped and Inspired in my own work by kindergarten thought and literature that I feel impelled to make some answer to the article on The Kindergarten Child which appeared In one of our lead ing magazines some time ago The kindergarteners and many leading teachers have ably defended tho in stitution but as far as I know the mothers have not been heard from The article in question made very interesting reading but mnny of the statements are misleading and calculated to do great harm to the kindergarten cause Certainly all kindergarten chil dren are not like Freddie and Agnes and if they are typical of those whom Miss Carter salt during two years she must have been peculiarly unfortunate in her experience Not only must the children have como from a kinder garten inefficiently managed but they must all have boon wen spoiled ar home It would take a marvelously bad kindergarten to make all tho chil dren so self oJ1solouH so selfsatis fled and so lacking in all habits of industry and accuracy as she rep resents thorn to be if they hat formed any correct habits at home notlctiwa lnyII have been occasionally an interested visitor to tho klndergartqn whioh my little ones attended and have noticed a great difference in the restlessness the carefulness the general reliability and accuracy of the children A kindergartener can not change the Inborn and in bred nature of a child during the few hours that the child is under her care especially If forces in the harmonyfchild should learn a measure of selfcontrol industry etc ia the kindergarten bufcif this Is not sup plemented by homo influences tho kindergarteners work is all uphil1 Earnest thoughtful mothers nnd toIbe a help to them in their work They have a right to oxopctthft the children shall bo not perfect y accurate perfectly obedient etc but that they shall be more curate more thoughtful gentle courteous and obedient than they would otherwise have been If these results are not In any degree apparent then mothers and teach ers should certainly investigate tho cause It is not fair to take it for granted that tho kindergarten prin ciples are wrong It should bo re membered that there is as wide difference in kindergarteners as in ministers lawyers or the members of any other profession If however mother or teacher has tho- mistaken Impression that kinder garten training hotter fits children to be like little tubs that shall pas sively receive the sap of yisdom which she is prepared to pour into them gho is likely to bo disillusion ized For kindergarten children aro inclined to ask questions and some times disconcerting questions at that They have been encouraged to do some thinking and observing on their own account Miss Carter fails to see how the occupations sewing weaving folding and papercutting can be of any practical value These occupations give the children skill For myself 1 believe that skill in any line helps in every other line of work whether of brain or hand The kindergarteners simply take CII1 these occupations which are natural to the child because ho delights to imitate his elders in their occupations and gives to them an order and purpose helping him thus to use his natural instincts and abilities in an orderly and progressive manner Kindergar teners do not claim that the kinder garten occupations of whatever nature are the only divinely appointed means by which children may learn neatness order accuracy etc Nor are kindergarten ers the only ones who believe that these desirable qualities may be indirectly inculcated These same qualities of neatness accuracy industry and helpfulness are equally desirable in nil departments df labor and the child who through paper folding or any other means has learned to value these quail ties will be not only a better Individual but a better cook pr stenographer I am glad to be able to say that I have found the kindergarten a help in securing obedience to a sense of duty and in developing the potter of selfhelp I have never expected to make a business of entertaining my children and I have found that the kindergarten made them less independent As for kindergarten children thinking that they know it all that is a trait I have never discov ered In any marked degree In fact they seem to possess time very charming traitin common with many other unspoiled ohildrenoft- hinking that mamma and papa and their other relatives are ex tremoly wise people Again as fo- rplaynot workbeing the ideal it certainly was not so in this kinder garten The various occupations constituted the childrens work and they were expected to put their best efforts into it and to be antis fled with nothing less Work done with a joyful freedom of spirit which we usually apply to play is the ideal of the kindergarten and as far as I was able to judge this ideal was reduced to practice I have visited five other kinder gartens besides tho one which my children Attended Such methods is number work as Miss Carter describes as being necessary in order to gain the interest of the kindergarten children I have never seenI and I have seen most excellent results from kindergarten methods In number work In fact there Is not a point made against tho kindergarten Inthe Ati Mantic article which I could not amply refute from my own experi ence Copied from Kindergarten Review NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS The woman who Is lovoly in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be at tractive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all rundown she will bo nervous and irritable If she hits constipation or kidney trouble her Impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a complexion Electric Blttetrs Is tho best medicine in tho world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys anti to purify the blood strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good looking charming woman of a run down Invalid Only DrugStoreI r NOMINATED IOp Richard P Stoll of Lexing on was nominated by a largo and enthusiastic convention of RaI purlicans as their candidate for Congress In this district on Wednes day Mr Stoll is an able and popular busljioss man and will make a flume race for the position OLD RELIABLE Read Mr H F Hillenmeyers adTortisejnent In todays paper Ho nurseryman is yfQJy ptyied tho old 1 UbloI f N 1 t y Z 97 LLY J M SAFFELL CWSAFFELL SAFFELLS t Staple and Fancy GroceriesA China and Glassware Fine Wines ands Whiskies I + We ask qur city andcountry friends to callat 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods iNM SAFfELL SON 80 L L F InLi n Ano h h r A Z 6bfA fio no no ri HAVEJust received some of the best grades of Kanawha Coal for domestic purposes and would be pleased to take orders from any one desiring to lay in their winter supply now while it is freshand clean and drytWe send you nothing but the very best we can buy and at the lowest possible price See us before layi 9 Img in your supply and we will promise to give you satisfaction in every particular Main office IBlack Hoges old stand TelephonesEast Ten NO7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch s i office end of bridg South Frankfort Frankfort Telephone Exchange No 236I We will also pay the highest cash prices for wheat in any quantities All farmers j artie s having wheat to sell will do well to see us before selling r Hoge CompanvBlack h- 1 61 s lilts Good I I Judgment ofI 0 To lay in a supply Goal now hefore price advances TrytSouthern Jellieo this 0 year I AI Dudley BIRDIODIt Head of Clinton Phone 100 1 T T 1 rTJ rt IItf i1t H ihJJfi 1 PERSONALI visitingnSfy JVtr Jas Heonoy wont to Oincln nBatl on ThursdnyIEfr Rov Wm Crowe jr was a vlsl weekAMr Frank D Spotswood of Har Thursdayfcis visiting friends here this week wifesfiv Hon D L Thornton and wife of- Saturdayi Miss Bessie Case Is visltin her LouistsTlllre- d tunred home on Wednesday morn lng Mr Daniel Gober jr returned 1t v from Now York City on Wednesday 5 Mr John Edge of Pea Midge Is L we regret to learn very ill at his Ii home Mr J W Bransom and wife are h r visiting relatives near Harrods t burg v Mrs Newton L Harrod and chil dren are visiting relatives on Stoney crook ExSenator Jas C Lay of Casey county was a Visitor here on Wed nesday Mrs Waller H Lewis Is visiting k relatives at her old home in Eliza beth townrr daughtv Mrs C W Saffeil has returned from Nova Scotia where she spent the summer Mr John Hunter and wife of Denver Col were here Monday on a visit Mrs Chas Clay and children of Memphis Tonn are guests of Mrs t B P Pepper Mr F VGray Is on a visit to his r son Mr Robt A Gray at Indlan I opolls Ind c Mr W W Longmoor attended the Telephone at Winches f Judge John W Barr of Louis ville was the guest of relatives here this week Miss Iroys of Greenville Miss V Is the guest of Col Chas E Hoge Iv in this county Mrs A H McClure and Miss Annie Crutoher are visiting rela tives in Louisville Mrs M A Selbert and daughter Miss Carrie have gone to Cincinnati to visit relatives I Mrsr S TRalley of Versailles irwaa the guest of her sister Mrs J- rp Jjewls on Monday LJ Miss Carrie VanArsdell of Har 4jrpdsburg Asthe of her sister Mrs M D Averill jr Mr Geo W Lewis 1r of Louisville Is the guest of his father Mr yiJB Lewis Third street Miss Lilian Searcy and Miss Besj jBie Vaughan of Lawrenceburg Sited friends here this week ViSI I Mr John W Magill of the Jantlo Dnamlte Co Plttsburg Pa- was a visitor here this week l Miss Annie Rue of Mercer county Is the guest of Misses Hale Kentucky avenue West SlUo t Mr E B Woolfolk of Louisville 7 has boon the guest of his cousin v Miss Lula Choate this week Mrs Ed H Elliott of Cincln ofreliativesMrs Mary Duvall of Shelbyvillo who has been the guest or Miss Lula Choate has returned homo ftt Misses Louise Webb and Cornelia 7 J it Stone and Mrs P DL Blackerby of Versailles were hero on Monday Miss Lyda Wickllile Cooke of ii Louisville who has boon visiting frlonds In this oily has returned f homo s 44Mr Walker D Hines wife and Bessie Hines of Louisville at were guests of Mr E W Hlnos icthis week Mrs Macphorfion of Louisville who has boon the guest of Mrs Blanche Kendall Greene has re turned homoIi Miss r turned to her home at Spring Sta i tion from a visit to Mrs J M VanDorveer Misses Annie and Maggie Gaines iv of Crescent Hill who wore guests of Miss Pattle Williams have re turned home Miss Trlphonla Harper of Louis k yule who lute been the guerft of her brother Judge W L Pence has returned hOInCIMrs J H Choate and children of Louisville who have been the of Mr Robt Choate have returned home Mrs Thos C Kyte of Texas who has beon the t Of her brother Mr J ujH rahamahas returned home hernLlzio Graham of Louis returned brother home Mrs Joseph Llndsoy of Mt r r I rI ci Sterling who has been visiting her RohnnnhnsIMrs Mary Heffnor Shanks of who has been tho guest HefInorIMrs John T Buckley accom gamed by Mrs Mahlon M Chew and children returned from Cleve land Ohio on Saturday Rev W J Mahoney of Pleasure vllle who was the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr J Gray Mc Lean has returned homo Mrs Mary Nazor of Mt Vernon Ind who has been the guest oz her son Mr A W Nazor for two weeks returned home on Tuesday Mr Bobt Netherton and family Who have been living on Benson avenue West have gone to Long Run Jefferson county to re side Mr WGSimpson and Mr W B uponthoOdd Fellows In Louisville this Amanda Galloway of Met calfe county is the guest of her brother Capt R L Grinstead whom sho has not soon before tom 17 years Rev George Darsle left Thursday morning for Kansas to attenc the National Convention of the Christian Church He will be ab sent about one week MrsThos Smith wife of formerlyMissSan Francisco Cal en route to JoinherCol Ben H Bryant Traveling Passenger Agent of the Henderson Route and Mr R T G Matthews Traveling Pasenger Agent of tin Iron Mountain Railroad were here Tuesday and made us a pleasant call Mr Eugene Rosenthal of New Orleans La who has returned from the Klondike has accepted a position with Mr Ferd Jacobs says that anyone who can make a here is fool ish to go to the Klondike Mr S M Johnson attorney at law of Beaumont Texas who spent several weeks hero visiting his daughter Miss Clara Johnson who lives with her grandmother Mrs S A Castleman South Frankfort has returned home The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe South Longmoor W McKee Hardie YOUTSEY TRIAL in the Yout t1fromuntil Tuesday night when Mr Arthur Geobel was placed on the stand and began his testimony- At this moment Youtsey became wild and frantic shouting Thats a lie I never spoke to that man In my life There Is no blood on my hands I never killed Goebel till the devils in hell could not kill him His mind seemed completely unbalanced and four or five stout men could not control him wife and halfbrother Col LHisII Crawford one of his attorne tried to quiet him but without avail After raving for some time and ittomptlng to reach the witness he finall completely omIIIngwhen powerful opiates were administered by his physicians Since then he has lain in a stupor and Dr John A Lewis Dr W H tollman and Dr J A Karrick say there Is but slight hope of his ever again recovering consciousness His devoted wife Is constantly at his bedside and doing all she can to bring her husband to consciousi ness and tho assaults of the ghouls In the newspapers have nearly broken her down The court has seemed determined to press the trial notwithstanding ill and has had tho doomed man brought to tho court house and placed on a cot in a jury room whore none but his wife and nurse ire permitted to see him Mr lroutsoy was so low yesterday as to muse a postponement of his trial until today Torturing skin eruptions burns und sores are soothed at once by applying DoWitts Witch Hazol best known cure for- piles Beware of worthless COLIn orfeitB South Longmoor W lIaKeoBnrdicI IAIO A fit P O JR Deere the t Bougtt f J M Give Usa x Chance Ito phase you We are that we can if you will but AFFORD us the OP PORTUNITY OUR OF WOOLEN ISrOCK GOODS vas asya SPECIAL EFFORT to get all the LATEST theyABLE prices Our Materials for COAT SUITS are attracting the ATTENTION of MANY Call and see our goods before purchasing elsewhere C 1 RABIN Rro 41 St lalr Feelings of safety pervade the household that uses One Minute Cough Cure the only harmless remedy that produces Immediate results It Is infallble for coughs colds croup and all throat and lung troubles It will prevent consumption South Longmoor W McKee Hardie SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION There will be a supplemental reg istration of thosq voters of this city who were out of the city on tho regular registration day or who were sick themselves or had mem bore of their families sick that day registrationIBOth or sist days of October and making affidavit to one of these facts necessary to render limo appli cant eligible to have his name placed on the registration list by the countv clerk THE MOST EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS IS NOW ON- Everybody must have a Daily Paper The Campaign Offer of 100 From Now to Nov IS made by THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased and impartial daily In the South REGULAR RATS One month SOc Three months125S- ix Months200T-welve Months 300 Send for Sample Copies THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky ii f Yr Go STAGG A BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Pall HardwarettJfrfr fJ Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded Shellsrt Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove- Pipe Lanterns Matches Family tI Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc lf1 j t Stagg TThis week we opened a considerable ship ment of Laird Scho ber Cos shoes that will interest you Laird Schober Co for years have had the reputation making the finest Ladies Shoes the world and this year they received the grand prize the Paris Exposition The fall designs unusual beauty They area five dollars but the leather is simply superb and the shoemaking is faultless They fit in every spot and for looks why anybody can tell they are fine shoes There is choice of styles and all sizes and widths R Ke McCLURE SON Frankfort Ky Se T 81H L 1S J Bacon i 1 of in Jj at are of as a I We RIB Two ovalSo the the Boxer tells the Russian soldier Wo are two of a kind in that we want the best for the least money You will find this in our IRON BEDS I We can sell you a good Iron Bed for 300 lectI A good assortment to fromtT I I- Aii 6- r N LS tit f JIff C rA J r nnO l j rL 3 1IH 25th DISTRIBUTION OF THE LEXINGTON INVESTMENT C0iSEPT 27th 1900 COUPON FUND 5851 56 PAID OUT 5850 70 r Coupons Cancelled by JAP PARRISHIt cow OFFICERSA JOHN J RILEY PBESIDKNT GEORGE DENNY VIDE PBESIDBNT ACCOUNTANTLOUR GROWTH toIAmounts Paid Certificate Holders a September lUiltf 681 80 October 1808 1869 44 j November 1898 6021 11 December 1898 7811 68 January 1899 89fifi 86 February 1899 4 ll768 74 March IbOl l 14788 19 April 1699 17510 79 Way 1899 20642 83 Juna 1899 V 242JJ2 79 Joly 20614 August 1899 80881 16 September 1899 83043 96 LEXINGTON 401MrsName withheld 102 60 807 80 H a Swift 0 50 28 60 Mrs A F Helm 7 80 2280 Maggie Connor 8 80 1140 Maggie Bacon 90 6 70 Accumulator 71 18 222 80 Katie W Keller 10 60 8160 Oharlton A Metcalf 90 6 70 Ben D Bell 8 80 11 40 Mrs M E Lambert 66 50 199 60 Ina Shearer 0 60 28 60 Mrs W P Parrish 1 90 670- a Annie E Myers 4 20 12 60 Mrs Sophia Graham 9 50 28 60 Mattie Bird 1 90 6 70 Mrs Robert Lang 4 20 12 60 H Hutsell 1 90 6 70 J O Ayers 8 80 11 40 Miss Waters 6 70 17 10 Miss Clara Grammor 21 00 68 Mrs E D Potts 21 00 68 00 A Fredianna 88 00 114 00 Mrs M E Shannon 21 00 68 00 Sallie H Parks 10 60 81 60 Mrs L B Berry 2 00 600 W R Gritton 1 90 6 70 Clara E Trost 8 80 11 40 Elizabeth Saville 210 6 80 MrsTheo H Havely 1 00 6 70 Geo Frazier 960 2850 A M Saflrans 10 60 8160 Ada A Williamson 12 60 87 80 Sallie Stump 9 50 28 60 C Stump 9 Jas 28 60 Mullin 9 60 2850 Lula B Samules 190 6 70 Mrs Fred Woihl 2100 68 00 Annie Perkins 8 80 1140 Emma Rickles 950 28 60 Mary A Gormley 19 00 6100 p Jake Tribble 190 6 70 Mrs Duke 1 90 6 70 Caroline Porter 1 90 6 70 If Mrs Mary A Hukle 8 80 11 40 Mrs Annie Wittman 4 20 12 60 Monroe S Smith 2 10 6 80 L J Moore 1 90 6 7D Mrs E O Hiatt 10 50 81 60 4J H Brown 190 6 70 Belle Johns 19 00 67 00 L B Hopkins 210 6 80 Mary L Elder 6 70 17 10 Mrs Sallie Overly 9 50 28 60 John 80 240 J E McFarland 6 00 18 00 80IMrsCharlotteMrs Mozell Bennett 8 00 9 00 R N Barbour 8 00 9 00 Miss M Larkin 8 60 10 I Nellie White 140 420 Mrs Sallie Marsh 8 00 9 00 Julia Welsh 2 20 6 60 Anna Perkins 1 6 60 16 60 Sara ONellq 220 6 60 John J Riley 880 9 00 Fanny Rhorer 2 20 6 60 Hutchinson 11 00 88 00 Mrs M Hutchinson 6 60 16 60 Mrs B W Bronston 8 80 26 40 Mrs M Hutchinson 6 60 16 60 Mrs Waldron 6 50 16 60 J L Smith 6 00 16 00 Mrs E F Clay 20 00 60 00 Clara Grammar 5 00 16 00 Annie B Innes 10 00 80 00 Anna M Troupe 11 00 88 Mary R lanes 2 00 6 00 Fanny Scotti 600 1600 Belle Gray 5QO 1500- Nannio Gilmord 2J00 6dlO Miss Molllo E T3otts 6 00 i 00 00D1 Mrs AL E Robinson 6 00 1600 E M Robb 500 600- O W Hanson 500 16 00 Henry 700 21 00 jJack Henry 14 00 4200 Scanlan 840 2u 20 Armstrong 7 21 00 xWm Naughton 7 00 21 00 J W 700 21 M 700 2100 F A Bullock 8 60 10 to- W P Parrish 8 50 10 Frank Douglas 40 4 Mrs A 40 4 2O Miss H Hutsoll 140 4 20 WJNOHEST11I H 0 Bucknor 19 00 67 00 J II Holmes 19 00 67 00 4 t t October 1899 V 80691 22 November 1899f 40869 66 December 1899 46851 46 Jnnnarjr 1900 60816 6S February 1900 66722 74 March 1900 60U82 Ht April 1900 8142 96 May 1900 77109 28 June 1900 84207 56 July 1900 90946 71 August 1900 U7254 70 September1900 10B10655 PARTS Susan Burns 100 570 ROBINSON Caroline MoMurtry 19 00 67 STANTON Mary Lowe 2 10 6 80 CLAY CITY Mary Bush 8 INDEPENDENCE 11 40 GW Dunlap 10 00 80 00 Ella M Dunlap 6 80 18 00 Marie B Dunlap d 80 18 90 M A Buckner 1 00 S 00 FRANKFORT Frank Hewitt 8 60 10 80 R C Nicol 22 50 67 60 MrsMattieThompson 4 60 IS 60 J S Anderson 4 50 1350 R M Grant 4 60 18 60 Mrs M Williams 1 80 6 40 Martha H Thomas 90 2 70 Amanda Butcher 1 80 6 40 R L Greene 1 80 640 Sarah Higigns 90 2 70 Park Sage 2 70 8 10 Harriet E Williams 180 6 40 B FJohnson 00 2 70 Martha Metcals 00 2 70 Wm 90 2 70 Carrie Selbert 90 2 70 Mrs Anna ODonnell SO 240 Miss Jennie Morris 80 2 40 C A Nicol 1 60 4 80 Agnes J Niool 1 60 4 80 C A Nicol 80 2 40 Sallie Williams 160 4 80 Mrs R A Thornton 2 40 7 20 E Boyd 80 2 40 Martha 80 2 40 Harriette E Williams 1 60 4 80 South Trimble 8 20 9 60 Helen Clav 80 2 40 Margaret Washington 80 240 Cornelia Holmes 80 2 40 Mary Bell McCoy 80 2 40 L C Wallace 160 4 80 Emma White 80 2 40 Juliette Thompson X80 240 Helen Clay 240 Mary Crittenden 80 2 40 James M Taylor 80 2 40 Maria 4 00 12 00 J A McEwan 820 60 Myrtle I Foster 8 40 7 20 Geo A Lewis 6 40 19 20 Martin E Boyd 80 240 Frank Kavanaugh 8 50 10 60 Laura Grant 160 4 80 Margaret E Gray 1 46 4 20 Mary Jourdan 70 210 Mattie E Carr 8 60 10 60 E W Zoeller 140 4 Maria M Trabue 70 2 10 Katie W Wade 140 4 20 G R Hemphill 850 1050 F S Haff 120 8 60 Clarence Kendall 180 640 Mrs John A Kleber G- 1 80 L Unify 40 20 Mrs Kate G Duvall 80 90 Mary C JTodrt 1 50 460 L P Johnson 0 00 18 00 C A Nicol 6 00 18 00 Fannie S Gray 7 00 21 00 M Todd Sldfo 210 6 80 Mrs Emma M Sailell 2 HYATTSVJLLE 0 80 John S Baughman 60 i 8Q jJETT Mrs Mary Qrutohor 1 80 6 4q EMINENCE 10Amanda 6 So 4 20d Eliza Butler 70 21 20RobtR H Phillips jr 140 4 2 20HonryLyonsJas Moore 60 1 80 LANCASTER Luolan Grout 70 210 lIDWI11L I3 Beasley 60 1 O- Wm William DOllY i 00O 6 E Sirioot 140 4 20 l1tJS WALTON Jonos 210 6 80 RICHMOND Mrs C A McGee 1 4 80 Balu Brothers 1 20 8 Dr L JFrnxoo 4 00 12 00 Dr IJJ Frazoe 17 62 60 Mrs L 1rlodd r 1 20 8 R D McCollum 70 2 10 C D Miller 60 80 Dr C E Smoot 60 80 Samuel Rice 120 860 Samuel Rice 8 50 10 50 S N Moberly 140 420 Dr W U Martin 8 00 9 00 Mrs Minnie Gentry 20 8 60 Mrs Lucie Mann 180 540 Porry Rose 60 180 OQNMrs G R EngleJ 60 180 R G Engle 60 180 R H Myers 70 2 10 C H Rankins 8 60 10 60 Watts McGee 60 1 50 Chas Burnam 60 1 50 Miss Annie McKee 8 00 9 00 John W Rock 14 00 42 00 R Lee Davis 120 860 Wm R Lloyd 850 19 60 Hettie M Frazee 70 210 W R Oaks 800 900 Joe Stanifer 50 150 Tom Stanifer 50 1 50 Jas J McCarty 1 80 6 40 J Len Ballard 8 00 9 00 Mrs Victor Beck 60 1 80 Mrs Maria Rogers 1 00 8 00 John C Chenault 8 00 9 00 Clarence E Woods 8 50 10 50 Ahsil D Miller 8 60 10 50 Mrs Eastin Burgin 12 00 86 00 Mrs Mary E Farrell 10 50 81 60 B H Luxou 6 50 16 50 Mrs W E Luxon jr 1 10 8 80 Mrs Sallie B Luxon 2 20 6 60 Bottle Ballard 1 10 8 80 Lucy Brandenburg 1 10 8 80 Anna Robinson 2 20 060 WACO Henry Deatherage 2 50 7 50 VALLEY VIEW Mrs Ida Goosey l80 6 40 LEBANON- J M Falkner 8 50 10 60 Mrs J Ann Hood 7 00 21 00 John L Spalding 8 60 1050 J W Putnam 8 60 10 60 A Addanis 70 310 U U Graves 00 Mrs E 1 Humphrey 150 4 Mrs C J3 Johnston 2 60 7 to J W Casbey 360 760 Margaret Hundley 60 60 MH Nun ule Putnam 2 ro 760 Miss Mary E Kowntree 3 60 10 60 Hnrrletto Irvine 60 60 Carrie U Johnston 00 00 Mrs lose Johnston6 00 15 00 Miss Mollie E Harris 7 00 21 uu J H Gllkerson 60 160 Miss Mattie Johnston 8 50 10 60 Mrd Maria Haruusty 8 60 10 0 K UasKey 360 760 toMrsMrs Mary E Durham 60 7 60 Mrs L O Shuck 8 O 10 ro Mis Leila J Phillips 2 60 7 60 Nathan H Putnam 6 00 16 W Mary Russell 50 60 Mrs Manila N Cleaver 2 6u 0 lJtddams a 00 00 Miss Kate Kurtz 300 0 Trust Company 2 00 6 ou Mrs Minnie M Olenver6 18 Mrs Rose C Grundy 00 6 00 Porter Smith 40 120 Mss Ruth Carroll 40 1 20 W Ray Johnston 160 480 Miss Kate Rolling 00 g 00 Mrs Mollle J Buckner 80 6 40 Mrs Elsie May Jurboe 60 180 Mury K Kulllns 180 540 MU E KdmunUi 180 640 Mrs Funnle Barker 8 00 gOO It H Edlllne 600 CRAB ORCHARD- J R Kdmlsum 8 ro 10 60 J J Brood 140 4 20 S J Tatwm 140 420 STANFORD J S OwslvT Jr 8 60 10 60 George B Cooper 60 10 50 Esther M Buroh 1401 4 20 G W DdBurd 60 1060 T A nulney140 430 W o Huron 140 420 Mary G Hewett 70 810 WPWalton 360 760 SPRINGFIELD Edmund L Davidson 8 to 10 50 Marguerite E Medley 8 60 10 60 John 0 Shatter 600 16 00 S1 Noe 200 600 1 H Tuurnmn 2 W 00 Mary Parser Lewis 8 00 9 00 GKEENSBURG L W Coukley 70 910 LOUISVILLE Ed Walby 320 bOOBertha JJ Myrnett 33 00 00 00 H Hrenloknmn a 20 6 O J Com stoul 22 00 J G Stelnaker 6 60 10 60 U L Puree 11 00 00 Mrs C H Callahan 11 00 83 00 U H Callahan 00 00 Robert Fletcher 5 60 10 60 E Turner vl a au Mrs M 5 60 Hi 60 Nmnu withheld 5 60 50 Charlotte B Cooper 20 0 Eliza Suittitrd 560 1060- J J burs 110 a 80 k10 1100 8ii 00 L H Glltner a 00 000- Allss Leilii Elkln 560 10 B- OKacluuiil Horary Co 1 00 a 00 L T Kubortsun 600 15 COOS 2200 0000- MlssAlloo Black 400 1300 11ra1 M Ualley 00 00 Mltu Sallie Lacy 10 00 80 uu Nnuo wi ihheld 0 00 18 0- 0ajufaddy 8 u 00 Ji KuthlMKor UbUr I 00 Auiitt Hooluson 110 a 4lis E S Cary 6 to 60 LdnlmiuU1 Koulnstju 6 60 10 60 t rioliueluor t v 500 16 00 lJs Mollio Rustr W 00 00 Vaulluo KwiOl 00 8 00 ooVjrtflnmMary A Seatun 16 46 00 ltd M u vJoooor 1000 8100- ttAtfK LIOK Mrs Adiillno WllllcUiid u 80 100 01W00 IIi 00 s1ILANDSara 160 450 bUO j t Miss Emma Bhgloy60 8 00Henry 1r ElizabethTJiaoker 80 Margaret Purtlo 80 00 SaJllo Powers 00 iOJH C Uoughton 8 60 10 60 60Miss1r Byrnes i 860 1060 60lB J Prltohard 60 80 GEORGETOWN Pat Henry 140 4 20 COVIXGTON OQA 2 70 2 70 50FrnnlMrs Cords Rein 2 7ff 8 10 1800WHrabl1ng 70NBolutis 70SallieWm OHearn 400 12 00 bOMurrE00RobtSOAllison210Mrs60Angella 20ROHurveyMrs Amelia Brand till Mrs K Riedlln 20 tOUeorgt4 60 160Mrs 80 Mrs H B Neilson 60 40MIssMrs Ethu Arthur 90 2 70 Mrs Elizabeth Reeves 60 4 60 Mrs Sara A Thompson 8 00 g 00 Mss Margaret Kirtle 80 Miss Irene Kirtley80 90 Lewis C Hopper S 00 gOO Bessie Singleton 60 4 ro tOFredrlcknMelBBros22SO 6840 Agnes Bell 3 60 10 80 Corn Rushworth 29U 720 B I ODonnellT 8 00 18 00 June 860 30 How is this Royal Baking Pow der only 89o per can Saturday Oc 1i6ltNEXT SHOW There will be plenty of work and bustle before the performance on Monday evening at the Capital Theatre as the Hanlons will require tall of that day to get up the effects of Superba in time for the even ing performance It is not hard to explain the success of Superba which does such excellent business in this city year after year The reason of it is that it Is kept up to date and always appears as if it had Just left the artists studio With new ballets and pantomimes of illusionary effects and acrobatic feats novel mechan ical and scenic tricks uptodate specialties good acting music and dancing and bright and beautiful costumes it has all the elements that appeal to the eye and ear as beautiful and clever entertainment This years production tis prom ised is full of good things and therefore Superba should prove most interesting to all amusement seekersA of performing monkeys add interest to the performance T LOUISVILLE PIKE Mr James Read of Ohio who was the guest of his brother Mr Alfred Read returned homo a few days ago Miss Nellie Kirk of Alabama was in our community last week Bridgeporthilstwo weeks in our vicinity the guest of Miss May mo Crutcher laughterBlackburn and Master Ray are all on the sick list Miss Ola has boon sick for several months Blackburn about four weeks and Air HavK Ins and Ray two weeks They have the sympathy of the entire com munity who hope they will all soon bo well again Mr Charlie Miller and wife of Covington faro visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs A B Rued Miss Salllo Roberts who has the summer with Miss Mayme Crutchor returned to her hojne in Louisville a fow days ago Mrs Julia Culvert is quite sick at tilt home of her sister Miss lull drod Hawkins spendingHamilton near Bridgeport BLUE BliUD MATRIMONIAL NEWMAsNLANGAt tho OHurch of the Good Shepherd on Wednes day October 10 SNIr Thos B New nitro and Miss Gertrude Lang daughter of Mr Chas Lang wore married by Rev Father T S Major Miss Lang is one of our prottie b girls Industrious and amiable Everybody knows what we think of our Tom as lie was at ono time a one of our boys He is number one Fine Sugar Corn a regular 100i1can foes nt 6c nor fMvn Oct 18 at LangdonCreasey Cos f 5lt t BIRTHS fl CRUTCHER In this oh fMonday morning to Mr Ben Todd1 tI Grutcher and wife a 9 pound boyJohn Newland Best Pie Peaches only 8c per can Oct 18 at LangdonCrea sey Co So61t es The editor of the Fordvllle Ky Miscellaneous writes as a postsspcript to a business letterI was cured of Kidney Trouble by taking Foleys Kidney Cure South and Longmoor W McKee Hardie 1rDEATHS MMORRIS In New Orleans La at 480 oclock p m Sunday5 September 9 1900 at her residence No 4426 Natchez street Mary Mc Morris nee Wilson beloved wife of James McMorris and mother of Arthur Mary James S Clarence f Harvey and Jennie McMorris aged 49 years 7 months and 12 days In a terment Monday September 10 dray A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION Removes everything insight sotdo drastic mineral but both are mighty dangerous Dont dyna mite the delicate machinery of your body with calomel croton oil or aloes pills when Dr Kings New Life which are gentle as a summer breeze do the work per fectly Cures headache tion Only 26 cents at J W Gayledrug store r ttx HANLON BROTHERS The capital Theatre will have for its attraction on Monday evening i the Hanlon Brothers new fairy r spectacle Superba which is practically a new production this year and has many novel features and clever mechanical effects The Hanlons have made an effort to inject as much pewnessjint as possible so that their old admirers will still find it interesting and with new specialties and added features it should still have a potent drawing power t Gallettis trained monkeys Lizzie a Wilson and Tillers troupe of danc ers are added attractions Gates and Morange present new transformation scene and TVSmythe is responsible for much of the new scenery that of the scene from the Paris Exposition being particularly clever 2 ad si lingeringshaken off I have used three bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery since my correspondence with you writes Mr Novotny of New York N Y Box I437 I feel that I am in need of no more medical as sistance When I started to take your medicine I had a regular consumptive which I was afraid and everybody cautioned and warned me concerning it I was losing weight rapidly was very pale and had no ap petite whatever Now my condition Is changed entirely I do not cough at aU have gained eight pounds in weight have recovered my healthy color and my appetite is enormous Its 51gn WHEN DR PIE i3 JtN l 4y afIStJ 5 6 P 98 PERSONS IN EVERY HUII4DRED WHO USE R GET WELL Jte vv v i- L1j1 J 4 4 iu Inn Frankfort Rnun ab1lltI Entered at the postoflltv at Frankfort lien tucky us secondclass mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OCT 18 1900 THE PRESIDENTIAL TICKETS A complete list of the various Presidential tickets for ICOfl with the date of nomination follows Socialist Labor January 27 President Job F Harriman of California ViceProsident Max S Hayes of Ohio Social Democracy March 0 President Eugene V Debs of In diana VicePresident Job F Harriman of California United Christian May lPresi dent Rev Dr S C Swnllow of Pennsylvania VicePresident Jno G Woolley of Illinois Peoples Party May 9 = President William J Bryan of Ne braska VicePresident Adlai E 4 Stevenson of Illinois Middle of the Road May DPres ident Wharton Barker of Pennsyl vanfa VicePresident Ignatius Donnelly of Minnesota De Leon Socialist play 29Pros ident Joseph F Maloney of Massachusetts VicePresident Valen tine Remill of Republican June i9PreSidentI William McKinley of Ohio Vice President Theodore Roosevelt of New York Prohibition June 28 President John G Woolley of Illinois Vice President H B Metcalf of Rhode Island Democratic July 4 President William J Bryan of Nebraska VicePresident Adlai E Steven son of IllinoIsISilver Republicans July 44 President William J Bryan of Ne iIneez National Party September President Donaldson Onffer of Louisiana declined VicopresiI dent Archibald Murray Union Reform Party September President Seth Ellis VicePresi dent S T Nicholson SAD MISSION Rev Dr J McCluskey Blayney left on Sunday nights C 0 train for New York City and thence to Gottingen Germany where ho was called by the danger ous illness of his little threeyear old granddaughter Lucy Lindsey Blaynoy child of Mr T Lindsey Blayney LATER A cablegram gave the f sad news on Monday that this dear r little one had gone home BIG RISE The heavy rainof Saturday night and Sunday morning caused Ben r son creek to go on a tear It ran out some Jour feet 11Igh8r4hautlib Driver squarely aero s to tho east bank It mixed up logs rafts etc at the mills near by causing cables to snap like whipcords Luckily the river men were on hand und prevented any serious loss Nerve FoodIf you have neuralgia Scotts Emulsion of Cod Oil will feed the nerve that is crying for foodit is hungry and set your whole body going again in a way to satisfynerve and brain from your usual food That is cure If you are nervous and irri table you may only need more Ijfatto cushion your nerves you are probably thinand- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil will give you the fat to be gin with Cure so far as it goes Full cure is getting the fat you need from usual food and Scotts Emulsion will help you to that If have not tried It send for free sample Its agreeable taste will surprise SCOTT BOWNE 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and fiooj nil druggists TERRYBLAKEMORE WED DING mnrrlngp of Miss Lidn Terry ITho George II Blakemoro will plnco at Evergreen Church Jon Wednesday evening October at 8 oclock The ceremony will bo performed by Rev B F Hungerford of Sholbyville the same minister who performed the ceremony at the marriage of Miss Terrys father and motherIMiss Ann Criltcher of Richmond will be maid of honor and Mr Elite Gaines of Louisville best man The ushers will be Mr June Gill of Shelby villo Mr Clarence Jul ian Mr Carl Wilson and Mr James A Farmer of this county The bridal party will be entertained at supper by the grooms mother Mrs Cordelia Blalcemore immediately after the ceremonyi Miss Terry is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mrs Roso Terry of Bridgeport whose graces of heart and mind have endeared her to a large circle of friends throughout the State Mr Blake more is the oldest son of the late Mr George Blakemoro of Farm dale and is a most excellent gentle man and successful farmer who is to bo congratulated on the estimable young lady he has won as a life companion No other pills can equal DeWItts Little Early Risers for promptness certainty and efficiency South Longmoor W McKee Hardie FINE COURSE OF LECTURES The ladies of the Improvement Committee of the Methodist Church have secured three of the finest IIlowinggiven below Hon Geo R Wendling pn Wednesday evening October 17 subject Mirabeau and the French Revolution Hon Bob Taylor exGovernor of Tennessee on Thursday evening November 15 subject Fiddle and the Bow Hon Alf Taylor e Congresa inan brother of exGov Bob on Monday evening December 8d sub feet Poetry and Pearls These lectures will be given in the Ball Room of the Capital Hotel Tickets for reserved seats for the whole course 150 or fifty cents for a single lecture They may be had at Barretts News Depot A rare series of lectures will be given affording delightful enter tainment and at the same time helping a good cause td I When you can not sleep for cough Ing It is hardly necessary that any one should need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible lItis good Try it For Sale by J W Gayle Druggist SADTEVENTi We regret to learn that Master Sam Bennett jr son of Mn Sarnl Bennett sr formerly clerk in the Auditors Office under Auditor Stone died at the home of leis father on Thursday last The lad was a bright and manly little fellow and had many friends in this city where the family resided for four years RichThe interment took place at mend on Friday = t SLIGHT BLAZE An alarm from box 23 called the fire boys to a house on the corner of the alley near the Big Bethel Colored Baptist Church on Clinton street at 1180 Saturday morning The fire destroyed a frame sum mer kitchen inflicting damage to the extent of some 50 FOUL PLAYIIThe body of Mr Elsie Woodside was found in the river on Sunday September 80 and was juried was exhumed and a postmortem showed that the mans skull was broken at the base of the brain More work for the detectives SEFCIAL TRAIN In order to give those desiring to hear Gov Roosevelt speak in Louisville tonight an opportunity to do so and return home tho same night there will beat special train run from that city through Shelby ville to this city The twain will leave Louisville at 1180 p in Special round trip rates h I iFor i FaiIWe a most ex clusive and complete i variety of Boys and iMens Cloth i illgMens Suits baud Overcoats at 760 i 1000 12501500 up to 2000 sevi Alfred Benjamin Co of New t Yorker These goods are known by every clothier to be as fine as any clothing made They make nothing t butFine i ClothingEvery ov i ercoat can be relied on to be perfect fit ting and stri- ctlyUpi i ToDate i The prices on Al fred Benjamin Gos suits and overcoats t range from 1360 to 2000 iBut when you get them you will garment that you will be proud of t New tFallHats Furnishing goods and woolens for suits to II orderudsons Cor Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky- IkadcscaMcicsicsic iciic LEXINCrON BREING GO BREWERS OF PINE BEERS 4Whinb io Quality and Flavor Are ANY BEERMADI EQUALTO THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A I KentuckyIndustry U 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Bept 2ly i f I JE1LFLOUR 11 2 TfI THE J E M MILLING CO t t f TreasAug j t iIiIiiIiiIiiIiii1 Thos K Robb i 9 Piano and nlture Furl I Packing and Orating Done y Experienced Good Sorvico Mod 2 erato prices Lewis Street Local Phone No Sept 88m C iiv ii iiitiiiIi 1LLORSEYMDGraduate C and Surgery- All diseases or domestic animals treated O- bI scientific principles Diseases of Hogs a Specialty OFF- ICETHOMPSON BROSILIVERY STABLE MAIN STREET FRANKFORT ICY Spare Women womentform they would take warm baths and follow this by rubbing into the skin cod liver oil Now they em ploy the more elegant way of buying Scotts Emulsion and taking it in ternally it increases the weight oft thin babies and delicate children Best Way to Cure Backache Backaches are caused by disorder the kidneys Folcys Kidney will make the kidneys right Longmoor McKee Hardie Iin Try the Capital Steam Lauu dry tor a clean shirt or collar Telephone 17IGtiJ4 KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests thofood and aids Nature in strengthening aud recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest dlscovereddlgest aut and tonic No other preparation can approach it In qlllciency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand 4 all other results imperfect PrlceOc andl Large slzo contains SH dfrewsmall slxo Book all about Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Crjlcaflo suiT1l LOiGirC OR W McKEE HARDIE r nO Limitations u Residence Travel and Oc pation Payablth Gold Paidup Tnsurance values Important rI features Of- tJnlolt mutual Policies OP LIFE INSURANCE Grace hi- Premium Payments gab UalMts Eoan Ualxes Extension of Insurance by terms of the maine non =orleitwrt taw I isdefinite tII standIng hut Ve thJng Is erpllcit set forth in tmeouivocat language UALPoUch8I t Pay Premiums tho MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW without Action of the PolloyholdertcontinuIng the insurance for a r F BRODIE andJeffersonJOHN R TODD Agent Fran dort K1 t Does it Pay to Buy CbeapIA cheap remedy for coughs and colds u right but you Want tome thing that will relieve and ewe the more severe and 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 coup tries with success in severe throat und lung troubles Boscliees German Syrup It not heals null stim ulates the tissues to destroy the erm diswtse but allays infiaotlnntlon- causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest nod iims the patient Try tine bottle Recom JIInHolmes 41Ytt TJE3GE BEST GROOERIES AND LIUUURSi LO WrSTT PRICES 1 JOHN 1 DRISCOLLSa j To Our Old Friends and Patrons We have opened the only exclusive funeral and embalming t parlors in the city and with our long expelience and P I modern equipment will be ale to render unsurpassed ser vice Our friends and the public generally are cordially invited to call and inspect our apartments Special attention will be given to night calls by Lyman Graham residence 218 Todd Street phone 247 and B G Graham residence 428 Shelby Street Ohapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Rubber Tire Funeral Oar Your is earnestly solicited Respectfully Mrs A Jud Graham Son Ii Telephone 247 334 Main St Opp Engine House FrankfortI fj r f 1 J ItLa 1 iirWI S 1jf OBITUARY The vlllftgo of MIllvlHQ anti sur TouniiltJK community is In niomn liiff bee o of the conscious loss of one of her best and most bolovod citizens Wlllllim Thomas Tutb was born in fWoodford county September 12 1841 stud died October 8 1000 when be was 55 years 10 months nnd 26 days old Ho wns a pntrlotlc cit izen a devoted husband and nn affeotlonate father a faithful con oleritlous churchmember und n true friend He WitS retiring in his disposition simple In his manner genial in conversation cheerful in I his disposition always hopeful He tiled triumphant In the ChrIs hopeiI8nd relatives that ho was leaning 6p the everlasting arms while stand J ing on the sure promise of God e leaves ni devoted wife four tons and a large family connection mourn his loSs The funeral was conducted at his residence and on Tuesday October 0 at 1230 wo placed his remains in Frankfort cemetery to rest till the resurrec ri1 givenTaiHeaven Good bye kind friend goodbye we hail theo across the years hope to strike hands on the other shore where there is no sorrow nor suffering nor SII1ILord he was Thine and not our own loanIus so JNO E BRIGGS Do not get scared if your heart troubles you Most likely you suffer from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you the wornout stomach perfect rest It is the only prepar ation known that completely di costs all classes of foods that is why it cures the worst cases of in digestion and stomach trouble after everything else has failed It may be taken In all conditions and cannot help but do U South Longmoor W McKee Hnrdie NARROW ESCAPE Master Marshall Adams oldest son of Rev M B Adams was so unfortunate on Saturday as to fall irom the top of the yard fence at Col Tom Rodmans on the South Side to the pavement cutting a gash in the top of his some longSurgical was at once and the little fellow is now all right notkilledtop of his head All except i bad ones i rrThere are hun dreds of cough medicines whichrelieve coughs all coughs except badones f The medicine which has been curing the worst of badcoughs for 6oyears is Aycrs Cherry Pectoral Here is evidence My wile was troubled with a ittp tAttd cough ott her lungs for Gist year One day I thought of how Ayers Cherry Pectoral saved the life of my sitter after heruptoell t completelyItsister So you see that three bpt the one dollar each saved two lives We all vend you our heart fak thanks for what you have done forusM J H BvoK MacoBCc4 Jan 13 1899 INOI for tke irst time you CU get t trip bottle of Cherry ftctortl for 25 cents Ask your drag girt f t l Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLE In Effect October 5th 1899 No P IN INo1 Bxcept Sunday 100 8JU 050 Lv FrnnttforfA t StaJUintovVii 10 32 712 EI tNfnIf1lJj 40 710 ivltzer 163 j f3 720 Stun Uttirround 201 726 Duratl Oeoretowt31k n = 449 807 SOlvtOlvnII 813Centervllta820 Ellzabami 5sgl 8aO Ari Paris tv connects with connects with connects Ky Central Between Frankfort land Cincinnati S 1UI 800 1561 PM IJtSH 7 ro 1005 Dully LvtprankfoFt LVjLv NEW YORK STATE BUILDING ThaNqw York State Building the PanAmerican Exposition toI be held at Buffalo in 1001 edifice of substantial and ing character The architect Mr George Cary of Buffalo He chosen for his guidance in the hasI Greek temple of the Doric adapting his plans the purposes for which the building intended The site chosen high ground near Elmwood avenue overlooking the North Bay of the lake in Dela ware Park and near the principal entrance the Exposition grounds by street cars The location not only thus convenient the electric cyrs but one that fortunate and beautiful well from every standpoint that the building will add the beauty of this popular pleas ure ground Immediately in front and across the park bay the Al bright Art Gallery will stand 11 companion piece7 in the park pic ture The building will be used during the Exposition New York State headquarters and will tain certain of the State exhibits After the Exposition will be come the permanent home of the Buffalo Historical Society whose large collection of pioneer and other historical relics will be placed therein The floor area will be three times that now used by the Ulster lea Society in the building of the Buffalo Pulbic Library The dimensions of the building are 180 82 feet the north front bo feet loss than the south The height 88 feet the north and 40 feet tho south walls The height of tho basement 12 feet and the second floor walls reach the roof making the ceiling 18 feet high In the basement are the janitors quarters and bicycle rooms which may be entered at grade from Elmwood avenue boiler and coal rooms storage rooms etc dining room containing 1908 square feet faces the park the south and opens the north On the ground floor also of the Museum rooms which communicates with the floor above by grand stair case Over 10000 square fact of floor space provided for Museum pur poses There also an Assembly Hall with seats for 800 persons and Library 52xfoot Offices cloak and other rooms make the tatal floor area 81803 feet Fire proof materials Ire used throughout in the construction of the building The exterior will be stone There will be wood except the mahog any doors the first and second floors and birch In the basement All the door casings inside column covering and cornices are of plaster All bases are marTjlo and cement The floors are marble concrete granite and wood blocks laid in asphalt The stairways are of mar blo and iron The view of the bay and lake and of tho park which will be seen from tho broad oolumni ated portico the south sido of the building will be of the most beautiful character price paid for butter and eggs at LangdonCreasey Cos frlt- FINE FARMS FOR SALE Attention called tho adver tisement of the sale of the farm stock otcof the late Wilson and also the farm of his son Dr W Wilson which occur Wed nesday next October Best Tomatoes only OKo can Saturday October at Langdon Oreasey Cos 51 AII 11120 1043 1087 1100 1030 1O8J 029 941 980 Ar is to an is to is Is on to is to is as so to as as it to 20 is on on is to A to on is is is 87 no on on is to B F J on 17 18 t J P No4 Pass I7rlO 649 626 620 660 640 IAM 1830 A No6 Jllxd 810 800 751I L N tt with P Ii a con x one a a x c a 710 617 400 EXECUTORS SflLE WEIESbAY OCTOBER 171900 IntoBtown turnplKo between the two placer buggy plows and oil the farm Ing implements eta Twenty head of horsof which seven aro Standard Bred Brood Mares Somo of them producingdams sucklil1JrnndtbrTrottinghorsesyearling mules and ono lIuckling mule fifteen head ot head of horn mUch ton caves three yearling steers a lot oaK and poplar lumber ono hundred Dud fifty locust posts forty acres of corn in shock householdTERMSFor all sums of and under net cash over en six months credit note with approved not to be removed untlllllltisfoctorynotehns been given Frankfort Safety Vault Trust Go- EXECUTOR Also dt the same place and date will be sold to the bidder a No1 Blue Gras Farm consisting of acres adjoining tho above originally tho same tract of land now owned Dr J W Wilson Improvements consists of ono brick dwelling of rooms one tenant houso four rooms ono good stock barn two tobacco barns land in wnteredForfarm I refer to L B Wilson Woodlake or KyTerms day of sale Dr J W Wilson At tho conclusion of the above sale will sell 82 head of grado Polled Angus Cows and their Calves These cows are young and have been bred to pure bullsSIDNEY BEDFORD ott Gas Stoves For Sale Two gas stoves suitable for bath rooms or other small apartments for sale cheap Apply ut this office Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 gnnlenTreesmental Asparagus grand vines small fruits and tho home coun try or in town No employed and rock bottom to tho actual planter Catalogue on application to Oct 12am0 H1i HIKUUTOETER = LEXINGTON ET FORKS OF ELKHQBN Mrs Rebecca Petty visited Mrs StampingGround Mr Scantling of Swallowfleld was In our village engaging pictures to enlarge We think he had great success nrtonM B Lucas for the post two weeks has returned home Misses Pattio South Mayme Gal lihuo and Bettle Bowen spent Sat StumpIngMaude McCarty- As usual Mr Paul South bright ened our village Sunday last with his presence Protracted meeting has closed at Stedmnntown The baptizing will bo at Blacks pond Sunday after noon Mrs Fannie Parr on t of Bridgeport is the guest of Mrs G M Brook Miss Carolyne Brook spent part of this week at Stamping Ground the guest of Miss Elizabeth Sparks Mrs Jouett has returned to Frankfort after a weeks stay with her son Mr Ed Jouett and wife SundaylastHead at Stamping Ground Miss Mary Holton who has been quito ill is much bettor Miss Elizabeth Adkins has returned to Georgetown after a weeks stay with her mother A K- IDCASTOR IAFor Infanta and Children Tlii Kind You Hari Always Bought Bears the- SIiDature of ckH l J +SOUTHERN RfllLfflY IN KENTUCKY Condensed Schedule Effect Miy 20 1800 VSTIIOUND No NoIw No1 745ppeArAr Laronccbg 060am 025pm 045pm I0OepmArWESTBOUND i 04 Lexington 73oam ZiSji iAr Versailles 765am 502pm 535am Ar Larcncebg 53opm 653am Ar Shelbyville 010am 015pm 030am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 760ara WESTBOUND No aiNo STATIONS iNori2No 11 400pm 743am Lv LouUvil Ar 740pm ft25pm 1000am Lv LarncbrgAr 530pm lOam 715pm ia43am lArllarodsbgLv 440pm 720am 730pm 10S5am Az Burgin Lv 430pm 710am WESTBOUND No tNo67 STATIONS INoTlflJtNo 74opm532pm647pm 1025am Lv Vcrslles Ar 760am 502pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 340pm 740pmil60am Ar Georgia Lv 7 00am 310pm tNo ltNo 5i STATIONS tNo tNo L 94Opm102tam1102am 735pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 658am 405pm 1168pm 830pm Ar Rlcnmnd Lv 605am 310pm 105pm Ar Irvine Lv 155pm STATIONS No No a 745pmArKnoxville 700pm 74Aam 110pmArAr Jacksonville 025am Lv Chattanooga 605pm 625am Ar Atlanta 1025pm 1150am 225pmArLv Chattanooga 610pm 645am Ar Birmingham 1005pm 1145am Ar Meridian 23uam 030pm Ar New Orleans 830am No through sleeping car Louisville to Htr Blnchnm via Lexington and Chattanooga Na 5 free observation chair car LouUvllle LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington tc Louisville No Meepinecar Birmingham to Loulsvlllo via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burgln daily- lletween Versailles and Georgetown No and dally Nos 67 and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles Nlcholasville Richmond and Irvine daily except Sunday tDatly except Sunday Other trains dally FSGANNON3d VPaGM J M COLPT M Washington D Washington DG WATBKKOPA VMHTATIOieAG 1A Washluulun D O Loulsvlllo Kj Ii k K TIME TABLE SOUTH M on72Midway B32 rankort 3W 937 IroiL 340 1017 BiU Eminence 358 1035 641 Lagrange 4x6 1105 710 Anchorage 458 1181 746 ir Louisville 625 1206 810 NOILTI INO161 Lonlstllle 200 720 4 10I Anchorage 237 756 4 Lagrange 814 835 6 Eminence 340 852 647 Franktort Midway 5K7 1025 tr Lexington 1059 C 1 0 TIME TABLK 1SOUTH Lexington 815 629 Munbfort 911 613 flhelbjrvJlle 700 Louisville INORTH NO22J K I8ill5I Chrlallansburg o201 Ciirlstlansburg 006I NoI At 11001 8IAT No PM LouIsvIlle 6OI ShelDjvlllo 70 Frankfort 30I 740 ir Lexington 84C Lu N trains to Louisville aud way stations 550 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 937 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 304 p m O O trains to Louisville 909 a m 0 O trains to Louisville 613 p mL N trains to Lexington and way stations 950 a m L N trains to Lexington and way stations 437 p m Louisville Frankfort Accommo dation arrives 642 p m C O trains east 1018 a m 0 0 trains east 740 p m A V HITE Mont Wholesale and RetailI opened up the largest stock of groc eries in the city which I will sell at rock bot tom prices Give me- a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SCOTTOW AEWM altllC1I1red II LM Atlanta ua UBM 14 X6rw rry r THE FAVORITE LINE FROM R 1 TO CHICAGO t Elegant train oquipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining Cars und Modern Wanner Palace Drawing Room Sleepers For tickets rates and genjeral information by prospective PBS r tsengers to all the vast i rE an4CALIFORNIA Frnnk J Reed G PA 4C H Rockwell Truffle Mgr W H MDoel P G 11 Address t E H Bacon D P A- Louisville Ky urTt0flovBEST 1au KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACIFIC COAST UTAH WASHINGTON OMAHA ST PAUL NEBRASKA BLACK HILLS VIA ST LOUIS OR CHICAGO Vestibuled Trains Sleepers Dining Cars Chair Cars Seats Free F M Act St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTTGen lUgr St Louis L W WAKELEYOcnPns3 Agt St Louis Mo The Henderson Route i BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis r And all Points West North west and Southwest The line running thce double c t trains to vansville without change with high p Tho direct line ainatowith back Sleepers through without change Tickets on sale at N this city For informa tion as to rates route sleepinKcnr berths etc call on A V wteagcnt L dr R or pd dressBBLBRYANTTPA J IRWIN Q t A iAJims im ny u IL iLtXIN TON EASTERN RY f LOCAL JIME TABLE r IW EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 1 EAST BOUND 4 MILES STATIONS NO 2 Dally Ex Sun JIDa1ly r ar AM 0 Lv Lexington 2 25 7 45 0 Montrose F 2 F 8 00 11u Avon F 8 10 r VTvandotto F257 F817y 23It SSBSr I8I827It 8 845 00It ifSAMS F 8 8S F 9 00 asIGSintn JO a25rRosslyn F F 9 21 50II FiLsson wgg t Dundee i r F 83 9 64 68 rt Glencalrn F480 968 Torrent 449 08 7 Fincastle F 7 03 PlO 23 Junction 611 29 Bcnttyvillc Lv 50 00 n s Ar 6 ifFl8 Lv St Helens 5 89 Tallotiu F535F105V 82 Athol 5 84It Oakdalo F6 60F11 06 00 07F11 22 Ar Jackson 6 WEST BOUND MILLS No1 DallyEx 11NO8 oa Lv Jackson 6 2 25 90 Elkntawu 083F383 Oakdalo F840F249 82 Athol 0 60 2 63 i9 Tallega FT04F804 7 St Helens Iff F 818 70 Beattyvillo Junction 720 8 26 Bontty vlllo Lv 700 8 00 BOO Ry Ar 760 6 61 Lv Fincastle F783F883 Torrent 8 I Olenclalrn F767F868 Natural Bridge F 8 03 4 Ol 55 Dundee 808F408 50 Filson 8 RossVyn F 8 26 F 425 883 80 clay Otty 8 42 4 88 83 Indian Fields 869F464 Z1It L E Junction 0 6 08 23 Mistletoe 023F616 20 Winchoster929 620 Wyandotte F948P583 Avon 040F640 6 Montrose F 9 F 650 o Ar Lexington 0 06 Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Slilpatuff orn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone84 t25ix fr I IF YOU ARE COMING i A J youriuterest4o vfl M A SRUBRRT I m l RELXABLE wELER t o + ++ NirIN + IfR SIASCENSION EPISCOPAL McCreadyIfeotorslstant Minister Holy Communion 9 a m Morning prayer and sermon 11 a mEvening prayer and sermon at p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 945 a m Evening prayer and Bible Lesson on Friday at 780 oclock RightRevBishop ofDelaware is expected to nightTo c are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST M B Adams tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special for voting men injCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie the pastor being preachingTheat 11 a m No evening service Owing to repairs upon the main audience room the service Sunday will be held in the enlarged and beautified chapel Sundayschool meets at 980 a m The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the- ohapel at 645 p m Leader Minni ScottTopic Paul the Missionary the of His Success Junior Endeavor Society meets at 880 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday 780Tonto What God Hath Done I The public will be cordially wel rcomed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The Usual services tomorrow conducted MajortheI Low mass at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p to 7 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky Blay ney D D the pastor being absent there will be a praise and prayer service at 11 a m No evening service atll a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a in Young Peoples Society of Chris 1 sundaYIschool The pulbic cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m rind 780 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 a m Epworth League in Sundayschool room at p in- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at7oOfficial Board meets Tuesday evening The public cordially invited to nt s tend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Mr Tyler of Rich mond will preach at 11 a in and 780 in Sundayschool at 080 a m Protracted will continue throughout t the week at 780 p m each evening Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 045 pm To these meetings the public is cordially invited THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP EL WEST SIDE Preaching every r Sunday evening by sonic one of the Sundayschool at 280 Prayermeeting Thursday evening tat 780 This way it will pay you to step in and se what we are showing You will bent fit yourself by in specting our line If you are in need ofa Watch a piece of Jewelry Silverware Cut Glass Clocks Toiletware must see our line We earnestly invite everyone who niayvisit jI JEUsI CHURCHRev PRESBYTERIAN nil IINMEMORIAL Nellie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Newton of Swltzer aged nine years died on Sunday last She has gone to Join that angel band where sickness pain and death are feared and felt griefstrickenfamily sympathyThe were placed in the Switzor cemetery Jesus called our little Nellie Tothe angels home above In that bright and golden city There to bask in beams of love footstepsLittleOf the one that crossed the river Of the darling one that died Hear you not the angel music Of the child voice hushed in death In thy soul it will be sounding Even till thy latest breath Those calm eyes so full of beauty Windows of the inner soul They are shining free from sorrow Where no waves of sin can roll Weep not mother do not sorrow For your treasure over there To a better land transported Free from worldly pain and care There are thorns along the pathway Of this fleeting mortal life Then rejoice tha she was taken Eer she knew the ways of strife heaventnew song With the angels and the children While the ages glide along Weep not mother for thy darling Mourn not for thy angel one Do Gods will you then shall meet her- When your earthly Journeys done W C S r lam a switchman writes A J JenesBe of 9201 Butlerstreot and am out in all kinds of weather I took a cold which settled in my kidneys and was in very bad shape I tried several ad vertised medicines with no benefit until I was recommended to take Foleys Kidney Cure Twothirds of a bottle cured me South Longmoor McKee Hardie- CONVICTED A man by the name of Dummitt who lives at Middlesboro was con victed in tho tJ S Court on Thursday of the offense of bribing voters to stay away from tho polls lost November Ho gave the men 6 each TO STOP A COLD Aftor exposure or when you feel a cold coming on tjtlcn a IOQn of Foleys Honey and Tar It never lulls to stop a cold if taken in time Take nothing else W MoKoo Hur die South and Longmoor a Fatality Follows Failure to life Foleys Kidney Cure in time If taken in earlier Htages of Brlyhts disease and diabetes it is a certain highdeathIt Is not wise to ignore curly sy in p toms when a sure medicine like Folqyrf Kidpey Cure win be lied South Longmoor W McKee- Hurdle Jrt IAttentlonl To prepare your sons fora busy life in this busy world send them to Ellendale Commercial College near Curdsvllle Ky The college Is situated in u healthful and refined neighborhood in Davless county remote from the distractions and temptations of city or town Only experiencedinstructoMareemployed one our positionsBoard room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address J E GARDINER A 3NI Pres 46 6m CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sept 8th To Whom It May Concern representingtwentysevenNo trull representing of stock in the Kentucky on tu before two months from ask said bank to ifcsuo me new certificates for said stock lost and I hereby call on all persons to show cause why such certificates not be issued 22m A J ALEXANDER FOR SALE acres of land about miles from Frankfort a short distance off the Louisville turn considigood tobacco land a great many Parties desiring such a location and investigate JAMES H Sept 14lm For Sale A first class byclcle 99 model Rambler is Offered for sale Apply- at this office tt OSTEOPATHY Richard P Bicknastcr D 0 Graduated under A T Still founder of Osteopathy Kirksville M0 oppositeCustomKatrin Brou dry goods store Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Evening hours 7 to 9 Teephone No 145 Consultation tree 1itf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat 1ONLY 1 Ik9 ONE DOLLAR- Less than a ceit a day THE MORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky Tke Great Newspaper rf Ute Blue Grate TIle MIst AblJE4ite4 r per is the South From Now Till December 1 Send YHI Nam ail Ytiar Mtey NOW 1ONLY iscl J Directory of Benevolei OrganizaUoBs JR o U A M IMeets every Saturday night at 8 in north hall of Temple St Olair street Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend F L GUTHRIE R S ISONIC4 A Y M meets second and fourth Thursday nights in each month in Masonic Temple Ann strectLat 7s0IBEN T FARMER Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 meets the first Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730FRANK W KEYES H P BEN T FARMER Secty Frankfort Council No 5R S M meets every fifth Thursday night in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 M P BROWN M BEN T FARMER Recorder Frankfort K T meets tho third Thurslaynight In each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 W KEYES E 0 IFRANK i o o F everyMondaypie St Olair street at 730 B G MOORE N G W S RoseEN Secty Frankfort Lodge No every Tuesday night in northhall of Odd Fellows Temple at 780 B 8 GAINES N G EUGENE WOLFF Seoty Oriental EncampmentNo10 meets second and fourth Thursday night in each month at 730 CRAB KEHR H P EUQENBWOLP Recorder KNIGHTS MACCABEES Capital Tent No 28 K O T M meets every first and third Friday night in each month in the half of Odd Fellows Temple at 7801 JOHN RIES D A 0 A NELSON K R KNIGHTS OF HONOR Frankfort Lodge No 10 Knights of Honor meets every seoond and fourth Friday night in north ball of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 W B BRIDQEFOBD Die O A NELSON Recorder A o u w M Elkhorn Lodge No4 meets in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple every IAJAB MoEWAN Recorder B P o ELKS Frankfort Lodge No 530 meets every Wednesday nights at 730 oclock In Odd Fellows Temple 0 O REYNOLDS E R G L BARNES Secretary The lack of energy you backache and n run down condition generally all mean kidney disorder Foleys Kidney Cure will restore your strength and vigor by making thl kidneys well South Long moor McKeo Hurdle Dr Cattys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food butI medicine and the best in use to a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co If you orssick tillover and dont know just what alls you its ten to one your kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring health energy South Long in oor W McKee Hardie e v Dr R P BHcknastcr zx t Will be in his office In this city on Monday Wednesday and Friday oryeach week Those desiring treat t4ment by Osteopathy should hoar thlst in mind J 46tf a The Dread of people with weak lungs who suffer from stubborn coughs is consumption Fuleysi r Honey and Tar If taken In time cures the void heals and strengthens the lungs and always cures incipient consumption South Longmoorv- McKee Hardie 44 WANTED f Honest reliable men with or without experience wanted to r travel in each State and iiexpenses For particulars address Peerless Tobacco Works JJedfolcloCity Virginia 8lm t J ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES 1 BY B B B ttICURED f to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn 11s on the skin so apDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the kin Prickling Pain In the Skin Palrwr Swollen JointsFalling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Boreal Eating Sores Ulcers All these afsymptoms of eczema and Imturitlee poisons in the blood Take B BB Botanies Blood Balm Whichsmake the blood pure and rich B BB will cause the sores to healritching of eczema to stop forever tha aI skin to become clear and thee breath sweet B B B Is just tho remedy you have been looking for oughly tested for 80 years Readerasiofthe ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydrUIlKlstsbottles full treatment 15 Complete 4 directions with each bottle So suf ferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD r BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and tree personal medical advice given JSTFor Hale by W MoKee Hardie 481 y 2 SOW 66w Peas Y4aTKO r a VTHEIWE HAVE LARGE STOCKS of these nod alt other Seasonable Seeds such ns German tmi Pearl nillets Sofa and Velvet Beans Sacd Cera BuckwheatSteWOOD STUBBS Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY FOX SALE A sliding window awning Newrami in good condition Apply at this office FOR sUi BEST ITI 11JlllJolnnltbeautiful location overlooking roomsrKentucky river Brick house of twelve Ail nscessurr outbuildings unrt 88 ACRES OK t i LAND Will rent furnWiwl Ad ress S J e wr lfrtf JUBWMB KlI YwFor Whooping Coughtkif lI u Both iny children were taken wJth whooping cough writes Mrs 0 B Dutton of Danville III A JIsmall bottle of Foleys Honey anetjTar gave such relief that I used a Oi cent bottle which saved me doctors bill Nothing else so good South Lngomqore W McKeo Hardieu I y Ii C W Jt t 10 11 Ir WAY DOWN EAST William A Bradys production of the Now England comedy Way pown East has proven to be ono of the biggest successes yet record ed at McVlckors Theatre Chicago where the play has been running already seven weeks to such crowds that htlndredsof people have been turned away at every performance Way Down East will be at Maoauloy8 theatre the week of Oc tober 16th with tho same big pro ductlon that was presented for 427 tithes In New York City and di rest from McVlckets Theatre Chi I r ago where the past seven weeks it has been presented 72 times to nearly 05000 It Is said that over 180000 people have witnessed the various performances it was by far the greatest success financially k as ell aB artistically of any play ever presented In the Windy City exceeding by many thousands the nt business of Sporting Life The Iced Buby and U Quo Vadis TThe demand for seats tho closing xreok wars great that two per iQrmaneeB were given each day by two separate and distinct com p tUes The play tells a story so simple and yet powerful that it appeals to everybody at once The pathos Isi however only one side of the picture for the quaint New En gland characters who flit about the Tstago provide plenty of the element of humor to relieve the tension and give opportunity for hearty laugh ter There Is the bashful Boston profeBsoV always doing the wrong think and so absentminded end tUffldent that he puts his overshoes tahis sweethearts tiny feet and tries to get her dainty cap over his head HI Jtolle the other boy whose infectious laugh and bovine disposition bring him right into the heart sympathy Martha Perkins k the gossip who rolls a bit of scan dal on her tongue as though it were the most delicious morsel Seth Holcomb the rheumatic admirer of Marthas Whose devotion is finally Rewarded with a promise of her nand Rube Whipple the constable funny and quaint with the famous song All Bound Round With a Woolen String and the members of the village choir Those characters represent the comic side of the picture while Anna Moore Squire Bartlett and Ills wife David their son Kate iBrewster and Sanderson provide dralnatVc interest Mr Brady has given the play the handsomest setting over seen In the West Including the cows calves horses sheep chickens ducks pigeons ivnd a barn yard In its en tirety CyJltlTRZA Ih10I the re Cdf It Is exasperating to one who has geed Foleys Honey and Tar and what It Will do to have a dealer recommend something else sis the same or just as good There is nothing just as good fo otcfe Hardie TEDDY TO DINE HEREr An invitation has been extended to Gov Theodore Roosevelt by the Hepublloan members of the Legis lature and the citizens of this city to stop off here and take dinner to morrow as ho passes through on his way to Lexington The invita tion was telegraphed to him at OBvansvlllo Indiana yesterday 5inorning but no reply had boon re ceived Up to the time wo went td press c4 Washing Willow Furniture and Wicker Chairs Wicker chain cooa become tolled tat they w be eland to look like new with Gold Dust Wasting Powder JIWMI warn watt Use I tcrubblng brush when water becomes tiu least oiled get fresh follow dryWhIleteethed but must be wiped dry quickly V bon UukfnronoorfrwbookUl nousswo8YM r COMPANYMIeN I i Dont bo humbugged or deceived bv people who claim the discovery of some hitherto unknown herb or root in swamps or on some moun tain or for the cure of kld fey and bladder troubles Any doctor or will tell ou that such claims are fraudulent Foleys Kidney Cure contains remedies that are recognized by the most skillful physicians as the best for these so dont be credulous or foolish South and Longmoor W McKee Hardie DEATH OF CAPTW S B HILL IAfter a severe illness of several Capt W Sn Hill Ser geantatArms of the Court of Ap peals died at his home corner of Third and Main streets this city on Wednesday night at 1180 yearsI agree a brave and gallant soldier In the Confederr ate Army and a devoted member of the CatholicChurch He leaves a heartbroken wife and six childrenthree sons and three daughters all grownto mourn his deathThe funeral services were con ducted from the Church of the Good Shepherd at 11 oclock a m yesterday by Rev Father Major aftor which the remains were deposited in the Catholic Cemetery IT HAPPENED IN A DRUG STORE One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have says Mr C R Grand fn the pouplar druggist of Ontario NY She was disap pointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could recom mend I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy n bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recom mendation for the remedy The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large meas ure to the personal recommendations of who have been cured by its use It is for sale by J W Gayle Druggist DOWN WITH FEVER We regret to learn that Mr Will H Hawkins and three of his chil dren are down with typhoid fever at his residence near Bridgeport Mr Hawkins is the Assessor of this county and is ono of the cleverest men in it Everybody likes Jolly Billy Hawkins and sympathizes with him His illness comes at the worst possible time for him IT SEALS THE LUNGS When suffering from a hacking cough take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar The soreness will be re lieved and awarm grateful feeling and healing of the parts affected will be experienced South and Longmoor Hardie LODGErFor tho above occasions the L N will round trip tick ets to Louisville at ono and one third fares October 15th to 18th Inclusive limited to October 20th and at one fare October 15th and 19th limited to day following late of sale From stations in Kentucky round- trip tickets will also bo sold at one faro for trains arriving at Louis ville 1280 noon of October 10th- limito1 to date of sale The Centennial Exorcises of tho Grand Lodge F A Mwill be celebrated at tho Auditorium on October 10th 2yo p m Agents at Cincinnati Lexington and Shelbyville will use ironclad tickets GoldDustI N- stetAjjjjjjj SELLS OUT Mr Nat F Richardson has sold his staple and fancy grocery store to Mr J D Figg of Bridgeport Mr Figg has taken possession Ho is a responsible and energetic gen tleman and asks a share of the public patronage BESIGNED APPOINTED Mr JasM Saifoll has resigned his position as Superintendent of tho Cedar Run Distillery Mr Bernard G Graham has been ap pointed to the position made vacant by Mr SaiTells resignation Mr Saffell resigned the plac e to enable him to give his whole time to the big business now being done by the new grocery firm of Saffell Son A CARD Tho manufacturers of Banner Salvo have authorized the under signed to guarantee it for burns cuts sores ulcers tetter eczema and all skin diseases Your money back if it doesnt do all it claims South and Longmoor W McKee Hardie OFFICERS GRAND LODGE I O O F The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows for the State met In Louisville this week and elected the following officers to servo for the ensuing year Grand MasterThos Reed Cov ington Deputy Grand Master A D Cole Maysvllle Grand Warden M L Downs CarrolltonGrand SecretaryR G Elliott LexingtonGrandTreasurerGeo W Morris Louisville Grand Representative Thos James Newport The following appointments wore made of nonelective officers Grand MarshalChas E Acrn CovingtonGrand E B January Grand Guardian Wm Ryan ChaplninD 11 Bridge CarrolltonGrand M P McChes ney Owensboro Lexington was selected as the place of mooting of the next Grand Lodge i he office of the Grand Secretary be removed to Lexington It Is well to know that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and stop the pain at once It will cure eczema and skin diseases and ugly wounds and sores It is a certain cure far piles Counterfeits may be offered you See that you the DeWitts Witch LongmoorW ADVERTISED LETTERS For the week ending October 18 1900 Boston John- BrunI1ett Miss Lucy Brown Lizzie Bell rChenaultClark E R Cale Leek- Commission des Chemins de For MaryCorsby Daly Mrs Lillie Dawes Mrs W K Day Mrs Ellen Dudloy Miss Daisy Fidelity Suroty Co Fuson James Gortney Mrs Sallie Grover LL Haffnor Miss Clara Hawkins Edmund Hodges Albert Hoult J Ot Irvine R L Jackson Miss Mamie Johnson Miss Annie Johnson W M Jones Mat- McNicoll Dr D Ella Maooy J Marks Miss Pnttle Martin Miss Ella HenryMitchell Moore Miss Ellen Neal Henry Noll J S Paper Roofing Mills Bader Ingrain Redman Mrs Susie River Miss Robinson Mrs Bell Roller Roy Edward C Saucy Jack Spiro shire T A BenjaminWallace Walker John- Wedding J S R Young Mrs Loaner S B HOLMES P M This is the season when mothers croupItCough Cure which children like to South Longinoor W McKee Hurdle wINCHESTFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 5J RJNewRival i Leader ana Repeater Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM y y S96m I fT w c j p mHJ GUm MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN POPLAR ASH AND WHITE OAK LUMBER FRAKFORT KENTCTIsY a t1t fit Would r Frankfort and o n thnt wo vrlll sell them lumtkirot all kindi clieapor than any ono else in thVbusinesS Call and got our parices olden oast end of Soconi street Eonney Brothers old stand Sept 291m r no L rIi ok F f k Z t p PleasanUoitake 7rde Dtuk Laxative SyrupeNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor 1 And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts at f the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels when minerals and their stilts V are irritating to the intestines Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling NauseousriessJ Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do not like it better than any other you have tried vj ALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE t 4tf Ellendale Commercial CollegeNear Curdsville Ky School for Boys und Young Men who wish to studyI J iIIBookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic The is located in ono or tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods in Jiavloss county remote from nil temptations and distractions of city or town Nut ono of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Re opens September 10 1900 J E Gardiner A M Pres July 318m CURDS VII LE KY I have always used Foloys Honey and Tar cough and It the best in medlclnoI says Chas 1 Bonder a of Erie Pa W McKee Sonth and Longmoor For Sale A new style doublescat trap and a fine young horse for sale cheap Apply at this office The wolf In the fable put on sheeps clothing because if he traveled on his own reputation he couldnt accent push purpose Counterfeiters of DoVitts1Vltch Hazel Salve couldnt yell their worthless salves un their merits so they put them In boxes and wrappers like DeVltts Look out for them Takeonly DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cures piles and nil skill diseases South Longmoor HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E Lilly a prominent citi zen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In tolling of it he says I was taken with typhoid pneumonialeyso weak I couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I ex pected soon to die of consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery Ono bottle gave great relief I continued to auto it and now I am well and strong 1 canb say too much In its praise This marvelous medicine the surest amUquickoHt cure in the world for all and bottlesStore orybottlc guaranteed rr- I It 1 rt rl W l l rl rl rl It r r t l r r rl r N ri r rl I I THE BEsT MADEl world working Garfields all to 400 500 to I Lathes Boys SnOBS t ji 3 We give these lines as much attention as any in our IEstore we know the styles and are up to the t 15 GRUTCHER CO M and Boys Outfitters i =Branch House W Va a wwW Z1M M tII NEW ENTERPRISE r Mr Birnoy Weltzel has the provision and feed reopenedI door to Mr Jus Heehey ond street where he will keep everything in his line He asks lute friends1 and the pub lie generally to giveSiinfa 6all j LOW RATES TO HEARROOSE VELT On account of the fipeaking of Gov Theodore Roqsevelt and others tonight Saturday at the Audi torium in Louisville the L C N Railroad will soIl round trip tickets for 220 good returning until Octo ber 14 HURT was walking on Tuesday night IiBADLY and fell on the and hurting that he was at the Fire Jt the ir fluerico of opiates When you have no appetite do not ralish your food and feel dull after eating you mD know that you need a dost of Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Samples free at J W Gaylos drug store FAILED TO CREDIT We published in our last issue an article in regard to the education and training of children which was taken from an educational maga zim and by inadvertence there was a failure to give duo credit to the author There wero some things in the article to which we do not sub scribe but as we were requested to i pulish it wo did PO and intended to credit It to the proper party Do yo- uCoughDr Bulls Cough euro a Cough or Cold at once Conquers Cron and Measlo praiseItHoarseness Grippe Pneumonia and Consumption It quick sore remits Price 25 cte Rofusethe dealers substitute it is not as good DLBU11s Dough Always ours When other tail s PHI sue C uto tkm wrf LJvM tit IjHttt IB its TrW tox f eta The qualities and styles that go to makeup our special lines have no equals in the Upto date in every detail Strong shoes 150 to 250 greatine 400 Strong 500 toGOO I Wale t Our r Sllowr Window I For the t NEW Styles t rtPackardsline 350 Florsherms 600 any lines and qualities ID Mens Huntington w w under tis Syrup GOOD MAN GONE MrI regret to announce that IWe T Tutt of Woodford county at his home near Millville on Monday aged about 65 years He was an honest earnest up right limn who always tried to do- J1isdptyfln whatever position he was lace He Wits steward In the Shiloh Methodist Church located near his home and its faithful unto the endrHis wife was a Miss Willis a niece of the late Mrs John M Hewitt of this cityand of Mr R B Willis late of Versailles but now of Nicholasville He leaves n wife and several grown children to mourn liis untimely death He had been delicate for a year or expected more and the end was not un The funeral took place on Tues day and the remains were bulled in our cemetery HUSHl A young madison county school mamn was teaching 11 class In spelling when the word husband was placed on the blackboard None of the children however could pronounce it and In order to help them she asked What would I have if I should get promptbutblushed such a brilliant red that the sunlight paled Richmond Pantagraph a For sprains swellings and lame ness there is nothing so good as CnmbprJninR Pain Balm Try it For sale by J W Gayle Druggist DIRECTORS ELECTED At a meeting of the Frankfort C Mnetery Co on Tuesday last the following gentlemen wore elected directorate serve for the next five years E L Samuel B 0 Milam D W Lindsey G L Payne W T Reading S C Bull and Geo F Berry TRUE AS GOSPEL Of nil the love affairs In the world none can surpass the true love of a big boy for his mother It is pure highestdegreea dutiable affection I mean a love that makes tboy gallant and cour teous to his mother showing to everybody that ho is fairly in love with her Next to the love of u husband nothing so crowns a womans life with honor as this second lovo this devotion of a son to her I never yet know a boy to turn bad who begun by falling in lovo with his mother Any man fall in love with a freshfacedgirl but the boy who is n lover of his mother her middle age is a true knight LOUISVILLE HORSE SHOWI y The Louisville Horse begin October 15th und continue for five days or evenings There are nearly 600 entries in the various 1 classes The horses como front nIlI parts of the United States and in iI eluding two carloads froin Canada The fancy classes are exceptionally well filled The display Jumpers a will be one of the best ever seen Althogther theiioty shot promises to be the most interesting over hold outside of New York City The Association has been exceptionally fortunate in the choice of judges they are not pnly well qualified toI pass on the horses but as n rule It tE men of nationalreputation Among them are Gen Nelson A Miles E who will judge the cavalry horses The Horse ShowBuilding which is now complete is well adapted to the needs of the 8how and it will accommodate 10000 people There will be a large attendance from VlceIabroad and the various States will II t IE people who have accepted the ap I pointment are Mr O H P Ie mont of New York Hon BelI Johnson of Ohio Gen H C bin of the District of Columbia Mr Henry Fairfax of Virignla Ie Mr May Overton of Tennessee and Mr F W lees of Missouri As this is the first indoor horse II show ever attempted kin Kentucky the interest taken In It by the home Ie people is unusually large and the deliInitelyregion are numerous and all the I goodhorsesF Association is under control ofi I II publicspirited citizens and the show promises to be firstclass In every particular WENT TO LEXINGTON There was a big crowd of dele gates and others who wont to Lexington from this city on Wednes day to attend the Republican Con gressional Convention which as sembled there at 11 oclock on that day BAD FALL Mr James Whitehousej while engaged in painting the residence of Mrs H H Watson on Wapping street was so unfortunate as to fall from a ladder on Tuesday and badly cripple himself He was taken to his home at Choatevlllo and has not been able to resume work yet OA 1J2 0eXABears the A vZuPUBLIC SPEAKING Mr J B Lewis will address the voters of Bloomington precinct a t Thorn Grove Schoolhouse tonight at 780 oclock in behalf of McKin- leyt Roosevelt and Yerkes Every body Invited- REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN COM Dr W H Lewis Lawrencevillr Va writes U I am using Dodo Dyspepsia Cure in among severe cases of Indigestion and find it un admirable remedy Many hundreds of physicians de pend upon the use of Kodol Dyn pepsla Cure in stomach troubles It digests what you eat and allowu you to eat all the good food yon need providing you do not over loud your stomach Gives instant relief and a permanent cure South Longmoor W McKee Hardio PUBLIC SPEAKING Judge W H Sneed will address the people of the Old Crow Valley and Millville precinct at Shiloh Church tonight at 780 oclock in behalf of the Republican ticket Everybody Invited to attend REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN COM CAME NEAR DYING uFor three days and nights I suf nttnck10fCentervllle IowaHI thought I should surely die and tried a dozen different medicines but all to no purpose I sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and throe doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a fow hours ago I felt so gratified that tho first work I do on going to the office is to write to the manufacturers of this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you make is for salo by J W Gayle Druggist r r h Theyre Taking I t 5oJtos22MO nI THOSE NEW FALL SUITS for business men are bound to be very popular They have j so much style they are so well made the materials are so good and they look so well that every good dresser will want a suit The prices onthem are very reasonable ranging from 1250 to 2500 Good every day suits from 751 to 1000 We dont want simply to sell you We want to please you so well that youll come back the very next time you have a clothing need We want permanentcustomers and j ll therefore confine ourselves to the most reliable r andI the best of tailoring If you dont want your j clothes to worry you come here for them Money back if you are not satisfied j Ii C CRUTCHES CO IitMensWVatrlILUSUS NATURAE Mr Urban Sargent of Swallow field brought to our office on Satur day a sweet potato vine with sev sral blooms on It and a large num her of buds Mr Sargent said that the potatoes growing on the vine had beendug a day or two other wise the other buds would doubt less have blossomed out The blossoms wore tinted very much like morning glories and also like cotton plants This Is the first time we ever saw a thing of the kind though wo understand it is sometimes tho case in Mississippi and in Franco also A now remedy for biliousness Is now on sao at J W GayleH drug store It Is called Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief and will prevent the attack if given as soon as the first Indication of the disease up pears Price 25 cents per box Samples free WANlEOfJwo reliable traveling salmon in ouch State permanent pivtli n salary and expenses ox p Hence no absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works ijrecnnloro N C 2Gmlq Cvet Cork Question Answered i Yes August Flower still has the 1largest sale of any medicine in civilized world Your n them autaFyour grand furthers never thought of Jiiusing anything else for indluestlon or hilinusuesi Doctors were 8i1JI s rdllHisfailure etc They used August tFlower to clean out the system und stop fermentation tifundlgestetl food cJ rcgtilit the action ot the liver xtim V ulai1 the nervous and organic Ion of the system and that ball they t ok when feeling dull and ml vithv headaches and other ui1ie You only need a few doses of Greens J August Flower In form to xblISPriousstile by S B Hoi men 4lY ITRIM WINSfr t As everybody knew beforehand y jpealsas the Democratic State Central Committee had decided that Trim ble was the regular nominee that court would not Interfere md t therefore affirmed Cantrllls deals fti ion making Trimble the nominee for Congress in this district 1 lDT YOU WHISKEYOF r BOTTLED IN BOND BEST IS Try ITS pJ GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM AM Of 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