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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fa t THE FRANKFORT KOMDABOUT i GEO A LEWIS Publisher YQL XXIY 4 oj INSTRUCTIONS TO COUNTY t ICLERKS WfI 5 Y l State of Kentucky Office Secretary Satp Frankfort ctober 16 1000 To the County Clerk ot CountyDear By an amendment to the present election law approved today It is provided that the bal lot shall be of the form herewith erclost d i e that the emblem shrll above n circle one Inch bejust which used inptend of the and that the party title shall Immediately fol The primary stub for name and reKfdince of voter and connec ntlve number of ballot Is to be at r the of the ballot above the de vicep anti the secondary stub for the name of the voter and consecutive number of ballot in to be on the bottom or end of the ballot opt porite to that of the several party devices In nil other respects the ballot will be as heretofore the small following each name and after each name there is to be a blank space for a name followed bjva small You will have printed in addition to the names of electors anti candidates for Governor the names of your candidate for Congress and Fuch other can dilates as are to 10 voted for In In the case of the Seventh Appellate District the names of the for Judge of the Court of Appeals will appear on the ballot according to your di rection According to my construc tion of the act wl ich construction is conour d in by the Attorney General the certification of nominations lor ofllcors not to be voted for by the electors of the whole State is to be made to the county clerks of the counties composing the districts which are to elect such officers anti not to the Secre tary of State It is therefore in cumbent on you to have the names of all candidates certified to you by certificate of nomination or by petition printed on the ballots for your county addition to the names of the candidates for elector and Governor The act referred to provides also that I shall have shipped to you a sufficient quantity of a prescribed quality of paper upon which the ballots for your county are to bo This paper has been or ered shipped to you by express and will be sent immediately through the nearest local express office You will have to see that it reaches the printing establishment where your printing is to in time to have your ballots and sentto you for printedI your county I would therefore that if you m paper at nearest express offce and have leliveredor have it re shipped where you nave your ballots printed This will save time and possibly- providoagainstthe failure to have tf yetalsollprovide tha t the county The clerk shall made for eiiua voting precinct in his county one matnl stamp at least one inch in d ameter which shall be known as the county election seal It shall have upon it time word H election Straight across the center the name of the county around circle inside the rim above theI word election and the the proclnQt for which it is made around tho circle inside the rim be low the word H election This seal Is to bo used in the sealing of the bundle of counted ballots at the close of the polls as provided in tho net A number of printed copies of the act will follow this at practicable moment in order that on precinct officers may follow Its provisions You will also provide for each precinct one stick of the host seal in ax such as is used by the United Stales Government and ox press companies for sealing packages containing money I these articles specifically in order that you may place your orders for them in time printed copies of time act which will be sent you IIin the next few days advise you as to your duties and the du pincers under its r1PfpvlRlons The delay In passing the law in presenting it to the Governor for his upproval hns made necessary to sending thortt certificate at an earlier date I have host efforts to the tusk of supplying you with tho paper and in complying fully with the law referred to It is I should mId that if you do not receive the shippaper pod to you under this days before the ensuing election it will bo duty to furnish tho paper yourself i e order it from our It must be plain whIte suHlolontly thick that tho printing can not bo distinguished from back shall ho of number one white hook paper and when 20 x40 inches weigh 80 pounds to the it i Jj 11 A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1900 pounds1toVery truly yours 0 ll HILL Secretary of State COMMUNICATED Beverly W Va Oct 18 IflOO Editor Roundabout Being connected with the West Virginia Central and Pittsburg R R who have under construction some ninety miles of road I had occasion to call tho other day at Messrs Mason Kings railroad camp near Glady Randolph county W Va and found Mr cityinwork Mr Mason seems an ideal railroad constructor has a large camp well arranged with necessary commissaries some or more negro cabins and shanties and amply with various kinds of machinery is working several hundred laborers and in addition to many rock cuts partially com ploted is putting through a large tunnel some nine hundred feet in courIHe seems to be making rapid progress and is highly pleased with his success so far He commenced the work early in time spring and hopes to near its completion the latter part of December next Our people knowing his familys fame as contractors of railroads and as this man is a chip off the old blockwe see no reason why he too should not climb the ladder to the rounds his predecessors have established The work is very heavy and the contract a large one being fifteen miles to the nearest town and in the heart of the mountains of West Virginia As young man in emu so important a piece of work we think he has made a marked success Thinking it worthy of note and interest to his friends I indulge in this liberty RespectfullyEMPLOYE P R R II A TRIP TO THE MOON The Midway at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo in 1001 will be over half a mile long giving a mile or more of frontage for time wonderful variety of novel enter tainments there to be presented It will outrival in interest and extent anything ever created in this line It willflinclude some of the best standard attractions vastly improved and a strong array of new ones fresh from the fertile brain of the inventor and artificer It will be a display of ingenuity impossible to anticipate by any process of extravagant reasoning or guessing Who but a professional of ripo experience could have placed A Trip to tho Moo The voy ager is direct d to go aboard the airship Lum moored at a convenient landing It is light and tho heavens sparkle with a myriad of stars When all is ready the cables are thrown off and the ship rises steadily to a heIght of about two miles Tho air Is clear and you bOIlowRochester Albany and then south ward over Now York The earn now falls rapidly behind Wo are going at a terrific velocity as noted by tho resistance of tho air which seems to blow hard In our faces Tho earth becomes a largo ball and moon grows larger Wo aro fast nearing the satellite and soon find the ship moored to a landing in the moon Guides re ceive us and show us time palace of the Man in tho Moon His majesty receives time party bidding them welcome and according them the freedom of his domains Wo are then shown about the splendid palace and through time streets of the City of tho Moon Time ladles are especially Interested in the show windows of time moon shops The trip may be made with entire safety and tho return to earth loaves one with the remembrance of having passed through a won dorful experience When you have no appetite do not relish your food and feel dull after eating you know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Samples free at J W Gaylos drug store DARKNESS AND DAWNI Darkness and Dawn which is to be one of the features of the Midway at the PanAmericnn Ex position in Buffalo next year is a presentation of Dantes Inferno It is remarkably realistic with enough of comedy to relieve the mightJarIs taken in hand by guides and con ducted to an elevator by which he hopelessthe cage he finds himself in a cool retreat with jovial companions such as a living skeleton a widow in her weeds and an undertaker or two It is tho threshold of the place which good expect to avoid in the hereafter The visitor under the protection of guides is assured of safety He Is led through a series of corridors and grottos along burning lakes and other de vices of torture where ho may witness the punishment of those who juggle with the truth who borrow umbrellas and neglect to return neighborson the rights of others The lesson is a salutary one Presently the scenes of purgatory are passed and the visitor comes to the Grotto of Dawn where maidens are dancing and singing and wonderful lusIons greet the eye The music and brilliant scenes form a happy ending of the journey After rying a few moments in the grottoI the visitor returns once more to the realm of everyday life NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have atItrnotiveshe is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irri table If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood cause pimples blotches skin complexionmedicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to strongnervesbrtghtskin rich complexion It will make a good looking charming woman of a run down DrugStore WILSON LOSES SOME MORE Col John Henry Wilson who had filed suit in the Jefferson Circuit Court to oust Judge W L Brown from his position as Circuit for the Barbourvillo DistrictIclaiming that he elected because some 00 voters pasted his name on the ballot last November and whose olahn was disallowed by Judge Field of that court was knocked out again on Wednesday by the decision of the Court of Appeals which afllrmod Judge Fields opinion and hqld that thore had been no legal oleeI tion hold and that Judge Brown was the lawful jmilg- oVOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Aro grand but skin eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also old running and fovor soros ulcers boils folons corns warts cuts bruises burns scalds chapped hands chillblalne best pile euro on earth Drives out pains and aches Only 5 coats a Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Gayle Druggist FIRST FROST On Wednesday night last wo had time first frost of the season It was a heavy white frost and as time ground was dry there was no damage Lone to amount to much In this city there was such a heavy fog that there was no Injury dono to vegetation The host mothod of cleansing tho liver is tho use of the famous little pills known HB DoWitts Little Surly Risers Easy to take Never ripe South Longmoor W iIcKoo Hardio TERMS 100 In Advanc j NO 6 Y7YVPifVtrt r i J M SMPELL CWSAFFELL t SAFFELLS I t Staple and Fancy Groceries Ii China and Grassware Fine Wines and WhiskiesI 4 We ask our city andcountry friends to call at 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods J MaSAffELL SONaFol b n A L FL Ta L 4FA h FAh Jd EHAVEJust 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 fresh and clean and We send you nothing but the very best we can buyyyand at the lowest possible price See us before laying J in your supply and we will promise to give you entire satisfaction in every particular Main office 1 Black Hoges old stand TelephonesEast Ten yrnessee NO7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch office end of bridge South Frankfort Frankfort Telephone Exchange No 236 tt We will also pay the highest cash prices for wheat in any quantities All farmers arch s having wheat to sdJ will do well to see us before selling f Hoge Coal and Feed Company j Black Hoges Old Stand W Broadway ft J r f P 779 vvl Its Here and waiting for inspectionThe at the right time a t the right price are o- urRodkers I We have just received a large line of Fancy Rockers We can sell you a Large Arm Rocker Oak Cobler Seat for 160 worth 250 For this week ONLY GEOL HISTEHLIN TT5J T TI III c7T1T yE Irifcf ttIi 0 q I t 1 I PERSONALS r Oovingtonspent MrsW F Dnndrhh o ofWineliP ter IR a visitor Jioiv Beattyyule ChnshaveHopkinsyuleMiss Nora Miller of this office visited relatives in Lexington Sun lay toLouisv1l10twos Gruofonshurg fruntlfy in the countyIBLongmoorMrs H S Keller and children are Col Green at Oarlisleiwitohaveweeks visit LexIngtonhere week LexingtonBradley this city dnught3rsofLula B Longmoor Saturdayforreside in the future LltwrenceburgWest Side gontoHarrodsburgColeman Snturdayerts in Washington OityjMr S C Herbst Distillory MondayrMrs Shannon and her sonsgCol Green R Keller of Carlisle sometimeMr Andrew Thomason of Vir glum nas been visiting at his old Home In this county week hasbeenville returned home Wednesday ofLouisvilleney General was here this week Rev Robt miff AbruhnmAS AscemdonChuroh tMr Robt W Tilford of Green visitinhisMisses Emily and Anne Thomas rI jrhavecago countyreturnshomeJas W Bransom and wife iwho have been visiting relatives in returnshomeMr John B Lindsay jr of Ala bama spent here the guest of his father Mr John B Lind sey sr- bUss Rose Crittenden spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville LoganMurrayMrs Jennie Sharpe and Miss Bessie Vaughan Lawrenceburb- are visiting relatives at Lock No 4 West SideIRev Julius E Wright of La grange and Rev R Bk Baird o Lawrenceburg were visitors here yesterdayIVersailles Monday to attend the funeral of her cousin Miss Eliza f beth T Edwards Mr Geo W Lewis jr who has lweekyule on Monday Mr J B Eastin and wife oILouisville spent Sunday here guests of her parents Capt C W Merchant and wife Miss Mollie and Miss Bessie Ber ofMissVersailles on Monday GurBarrettthe Masonic Grand Bodies at Louisville this week Miss Katie Gibbons who is attending the College of Music in Cincinnati spent Sunday with her Mr Jas F Gibbons and 1wifeMr LHarvey Blanton of Indian Ind visited relatives tills week und made us call He his big mill is a s e busy as possible 4rMThis is the season when mothers are alarmed on account of croup r It is quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure which children like to take South Longmoor W McKee Hurdle REPREHENSIBLE 4jSbmq thoughtless boys onme near cauRfiij it prlauc aUjdjhf to one of our old gpfttrrdnipnifbif Wentlesday evening On Shelby street near Campbell they stretched a stout cord across the pavement and in time darkness time gentleman who was walking rapidly struck the cord and was thrown violently to tho ground bruising him up con siderably luckily no bones being broken rho authorities should look into this and punish severely those found guilty They certainly know it was wrong and were careless as to who was likely to be injured by their meanness A MONSTER DEVIL FISH ofConstipation orgnnsI LifeIcureILiver and Bowels DrugStore YIThe fall interest is awakening along all lines of work and every department is preparing for butter things The gymnasium classes which ware begun on Oct 1st are grow ling Mr R E Klien recently of Cincinnati has charge of the class work and he is hislknowl edge of practical ymnasticsI The new bath rooms are about completed This means that the Association is now able to accom der membership fee A debating club in the near future is most probable All in terested should be at the Assooia tion rooms tonight A literary club 011ganizcdneeds some additional books TheI friends of the Association can donaItfons thesand in the near future some inter ested friends will invite the active membership to meet in their home eveningI Class which meets on Friday evening at 780 i becoming more interesting and much help is being derived The mens Sunday meetings continue to grow in interest Dr J W Tyler of Richmond spoke last Sunday to an appreciative number of men The service tomorrow will be one of special music an song It will be interesting io tvary manDir Knox the General Secretary spent last Sunday In Eminence Ky where he assisted in a Y M C A meeting Considerable inter est was manifested and it is not unlikely that an organization will be formed there The board of directors met Thursday afternoon and discussed and adopted plans for improving the AssociationI immediatefcroup ana lung troubles It will prevent con Wo1r ADVERTISED LETTERS IBelow will be found a list of ad vertised letters for the week end ag October 20 1000 Anderson Mrs Susan Anderson Jim Col Borchell Clay SICundiff Theo Dooley G AIFreeman W C Foskett Rev Goo E Hieatt Miss Florence Holt E- Hudson Miss Mary Leake Col W WjD F Miller W F Murray Jack Art Co Palmer William A Roach Willis Roberts James M Shanklin Geo SISimpson Chester Thurman Clean loiternts RespectfullyS OLMES Postmaster New Pickles 5 cents r dozen atICOitt s l M i YOU fag Be Suited i u N D E R M w IN M W wr I W E AMR w Iflt our store 1 X No matter what your jg size taste or peculiarity We have an- ENORMOUS j 8 LINE OF UN DERWEAR UNION SUITS jg AND SINGLE GARMENTS 00 lit IN WOOL COTTON AND MIXTURES THE STANDARD r AND BEST MAKES Jgj i Our prices are within S3 the reach of everyone jfi w i We also have a cum plete line of Ladies Gents and Childrens Hosiery in wool fleece 5 lined and cotton Our ie IeII IG Kagin ft Bro I41 ST CLAIR ST BIT HAPPENED IN A DRUG STORE camesmy a brand of cough medicine that I did not have says Mr C R Grandin tho pouplar druggist of Ontario N Y was disap pointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could recommend I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains couldda after giving it a fair trial if she did not worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would theIfriend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recom mendation for the remedy tt The remedy owes Its great popularity and extensive sale in a large mans ure to the personal recommenda tions of people who have been cured by its use It is for sale by J W Gayle Druggist gallonSaturdayLANGDON CO It PEAKS MILL Weather delightful Mr WmG Florian of Woodlake was tho guest of his parents Mon day have been on the sick list visitingMrsMiss Nora Carter was the t of Miss Bessie Lee last Sunday RowingtheirMr John Rambo has gone to Fleming county the guest of rel ativesMiss Lena Webster our amiable teacher is getting along nicely with her school daughterf Mr James Jenkins and wife last SundayMrs Henry Harrod was the guest of her father on Sunday last BIUE BIRD IT HEALS THE LUNGS When suffering from a hacking cough a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar The soreness will be re lieved and a warm grateful feeling healing of the parts will bo experienced South andILongmoor Hardier t Y ii t v t mo TABACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware rJ 7f Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement iMeat Cutters Loaded Shells + Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove rScalesBarbed Wire Etc Stagg This weep we opened a considerable ship ment of Laird Scho ber Cos shoes that I will interest you Laird Schober Go for years have had the reputation of making the finest Ladies Shoes in the world and this year they received the grand prize at the Paris Exposition The fall designs are of unusual They are five dollars but the leather is simply superb and the I shoemaking is faultless They fit in every spot and as for looks why anybody can tell they are fine shoes There is a choice of styles and all sizes and widths a R K McCLURE Fs SON Frankfort J FINE COURSE OF LECTURES The ladies of the Improvement Committee of tho Methodist Church have secured three of the finest lecturers now on the platform who will lecture inthls city at the following times and on the themes given belowItlon tt Hon Bob Taylor exGovernor of Tennessee on Thursday evening November 15 subject Fiddle and the Bowtt Hon Alf Taylor oxCongress man brother of exGov Bob on Monday evening December 8d sub ject Poetry and Pearls tt Theso 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 DepotA series of lectures will be given affording delightful enter tainment and at tho same time helping a good cause td Dont be humbugged or deceived by people who claim the discovery of some hitherto unknown herb or root in swamps or on some moun tain or prairie for time cure of kidney and bladder troubles Any doctor or will tell you that such claims are fraudulent s Kidney Cure simply contains remedies that are recognized by the most skillful as the best for these complaints so dont be credulous or South and Longmoor W McKee Hardie 7 lifitff Bacon beautyI KNYA CARD t The manufacturers of BannerISalvo have authorized the undersigned W to guarantee it for burns outs sores ulcers totter eczqnia 3nbackMcKeeHardie+perpoundLANGDONCREASEY CO It TO STOP A COLD After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of rfailsHardie i r Pint bottle best catsup only 8dO J cents Saturday October 20 at t t4itTRUE AS GOSPEL rlOfnone can surpass the true love of i a big boy for his mother It is pure s Iidegreea dutiable affection I mean a love that makes a boy and oour i fteous to his mother showing to il fwithmay fall in love with a froslifaoed girl but tho boy who is a loverof tstruey I l i lMlv3 J t li1 Jl Vc 1lW I r 11 sL 9 BIRTHS I BURDIN At Mt Eden Ky on Octobor 14th to Mr Earl Burdin and wife a son Mr Burclln was raised near tho Forks of 1 lkhor- nJACKSONIn this city on Sat urday Octobor IBtli to Mr J Crack Japkson and wife u laughter Ellen Pago- HOUNSCHILDIii this olby on Wednesday to Mr Felix Houns child Jr and wlfea daughter GRIFFIN In this city on Wed nesday to Mr J J Griffin and wife a A SOllInow on sale at J W Gli les 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 ap pears Price 25 cents per box Samples free perpackageamount other October 20 at- LANGDONCREASEY CO It DEATH- SCARPENTERAt her home in Mt Eden Spencer county on Wed nesday morning Mrs Dudley Carpenter sister of Mr J M Watts of this city aged 44 years GLOREIn this city on Wed nesday Mr John Glore aged 78 years Mr Glore had been in bad health for some time and his death was y not unexpected J For sprains swellings and lame- nesst there is nothing so good as Camberlains Pain Balm Try it For sale by J W Gayle Druggist MASONIC GRAND LODGE OF FICERS The following are the officers of the Masonic Grand Lodge for the ensuing year Grand Master W C McOhord SpringfieldDeputy Grand Master Harry Bailey Cynthiana Grand Senior Warden John W Landrum Mayfield Grand Junior Warden Owen D Thomas Lebanon Grand Treasurer John H Leath ers Louisville Grand Secretary H B Grant Louisville Assistant Grand Secretary Jas A Hodges Louisville Grand Chaplain Rev HR Cole man Louisville Grand Steward and Tyler Jos T Davidson Louisville Grand Senior Deacon Geo A Lewis Frankfort Grand Junior Deacon S M Bes kett Falmouth Grand Marshal John D McIntyre Owingsville Grand Pursuivant G W Enyart Cannonsburg 4 S Grand Sword Bearer D B Peak rBedford 5 Could Not Sleep Sleeplessness marks the very climaxI of human It only removed from When sleep longer restores the exhausted nature struggle with disease cannot last theI The starting point of the nervous orders produce ill health and is generally a condition of the womanly dioeasedI store these organs to sound the appetite comes back the no longer wearies awl sleepis sound and refreshing Dr Prescription cures diseases of the wom anly organs It stops the drains which weaken women the inflammation and ulceration and cures female no alcohol in Favorite Prescription and it is entirely free from opium cocaine and all other narcotics It is a temperance medicine My health hat been poor for years and I had taken a deal medicine but it did me no good writes Mm Rote Kennedy Adan1 Co Wli Last August health was very I had no appetite ofI could not I wrote to Dr kindly advised me to take hU Favorite I took hoe bottles or the San and one bottle of the Golden J dIC Dill covery1 and I feel like a new woman Cure sick headache by using Doctor Piercea Pleasant Pellets f It o ICENSUS OF CUBA Headquarters Division of Cuba Ofllco of Chief Sanitary Officer of Havana October 1000 J To tho Adjutant General Division of Cuba SirI intro tho honor to for ward herewith report of Vital Sta tistics of Havana for the month of rntelofyonrsrl1edeaths which gives a rate of 2568 per thousand for the year This is considerable loss than any Soptem theIThis of course considerably affects our mortality rate but the great Septemberpassed through a severo famine for two years and it Is well known that famine and pestilence kill off the old very young and invalids generally and that for a short time after such calamities tho death rate Is considerably reduced The greatlyitaken Into consideration Tho deaths for September 1899 of chll dren under one year of age were 91 for this September they were 124I This a large increase in the yenrduepreceding three years the birth rate to a very low point and most of the children born had died through pestilence and fam Inc Taking in the Items of Yellow Fever and deaths under one year theIby 67 which is tho true rate as yenrsTuberculosiH crease the rate last year being 892 bO1InJtFever This compared with the number of deaths for the same yenrsisyears which have a smaller num are 1890 98 und 99 Consider ing the much larger nonimmuno population at present in Havana than was in Havana during the years mentioned this makes a pretty good The average for September during the past ten years Is very much givothisin September 64 were Americans and 186 were Spaniards The number of deaths among Americans was 5 among the Spaniards 87 giving percentage of deaths 781 per cent Americans and 1989 per cent Spaniards verylargeof nonimmune material but the steps taken by the Military Gov ernment for establishing a Bureau of Immigration and to put an im healthylocnlitygreatly obviate this The idea be ing to collect all the immigrants and take them right from the ship ping to this settlement without coming near the of Havana and then distribute them to their various destinations around the Island This would have more im mediate effect than any other meas ure I think that can be taken at present The amount of cleaning and sani tary work as by the has been very largelrIncrensod I call attention vory number of premises cesspools etc examined as compared with any former month Also the large number cleaned and disinfected We have now employed a total of fiftytwo inspectorsconstnntly in specting condition of houses and two hundred and forty other employes constantly in various ways in attending to the reports of these Inspectors While grentdealthink that the hygienic condition of the city has been and will be considerably improved by work on these lines the permanency of work Is sharply conI lItmtneed of a sewerage system No one can appreciate this as does tho Sanitary Officer from the dully ex amination of 600 reports of house inspections in every one of which the question of disposal of sewerage comes up No permanent improve opinionsort of sewerage system and the sooner this is done the better It1 is by far the most pressing need that the Sanitary Department has before it at present Very Respectfully W C GORGAS ArmyChiofSTOP IT It has grown to be a perfect nui sance the way nurses having children in baby buggies are doing on the streets Two or three of them will got together and engage in an imated talks and never think of passthornto go out in the street It Is a finable offense to obstruct the Aide walks In this way und the authorities should at once break up this practice by warning these parties or by arresting having them punished by tho city court HOW THAT MONEY WENT Editor Roundabout At the opening of tho session of the Legislature lust winter a roso lution was introduced and adopted inviting the ministers of the city as is usual to open tho sessions of the General Assembly with prayer The ministers complied with the request and performed that duty until Mr G B Stout the member from Woodford county Introduced and had adopted a resolution stat ing that only those ministers who had voted for Goobel were wanted to pray for that remarkable body Of course the ministers who had not supported Goebol ceased to render any further service but the goneI for the House and Senate with prayer and while the resolution was being discussed mention was mode of the 250 that was appropriated last winter for like purpose The warrant was drawn in favor Of Claude Desha chief clerk of the Senate Claude whispered to Carter President of the Senate and told him thlit the n1nongtheofperformedThis all con cerned but some people set out on an investigat on and report that this is the way the money was distributed The Roy T F Taliaferro was paid 100 of the 250 the Rev LewG Wallace of the penitentiary was paid 100 and ministers of Louisville were paid the other 50 The Rev R L McCready of the Episcopal Church the Rev M B Adams of the Baptist Church the Rev Win Jr the Southern Presbyterian Church the Rev George Darsle of the Christian Church and Father Thds S Major ofIing the sessions with prayer for the first half of the session received not a cent nor was a cent offered penitentiaryopening the session of the House three times He was never in the Senate at all While the ministers named would moneyhndfriends are justily indignant that the man who received the money and disbursed it claimed that he had paid it out according to ser vices rendered They worked in that capacity for cent10ffered HouseIseen this morn ing and asked how he distributed the money but he refused to make any statement Senator Huff was then soon He said uThe Of 250sum was appropri ated at the last session for the pin pose and at the beginning of this session I asked how it was distrib uted and Desha said it had been distributed pro rata among the Legislatureing minsters all of whom had acted and found that none of them hind received a cent Richard L McCready George Darsie M B Adams Wm Crot e jr and T S Major I then visited the Rev T F Taliaferro He said to me That mone was distributed very unjustly received 100 the Rev in G who conducted the services only three times received 100 and several ministers of Louis ville received the other s0 goestheJUS1ICEI CASTORIAI Thi Kind You Have Always Bought thoI EXPOSTMASTER GENERAL WILSON DEAD Hon Win L Wilson exPostmas ter General under President Cleve land and President of Washington Lexingtonilay morning at 10 Mr Wilson was an able earnest and learned man KyMiscellaneous to u business letter I was cured of Kidney Trouble by taking Foleys Kidney Cure Smith and Longmoor W MoKeo Hnrdh Nice Plunk Hams only 9 conts per pound Saturday Ootohor 20 at LANGDONCREASEY CO It VISIT THE CAPITAL Tho children of the Cleveland Orphan Asylum of Versailles came to this city on an outing on Wed nesday They were under the charge of their teachers and woro shown all tho points of Interest about the city S Otter Great Rate l1li Cerk11th UYLfg WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN BOND rDVERAoe WHISKEYS IS THE nD1Hfeoors GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM WRITE E H TAYLOR JR SONS TEDIDISTILLERS INCORPOIU FRANKFORT KY SEE SEE Toy THE LUSI GREfiT SUMIllERE1GUSIO1 1 Springer Music Hall and Exposition in which the Fall Festival has just terminated so successfullyI Round 125 Trip- JJJ TO CINCINNATI i FridayNight Great FridayNight Rate Special train leaves Harriman Junction 1125 p m Friday October 26 These tickets are good on this train only returning good until regular train leaving Cincinnati 800 p m Sunday Octo ber 28th which will stop at all points between Harriman Junc tion and Georgetown for returning excursionists VISIT THE QUEEN CITY Its the last chance for low rate this season The attrac tions at Cincinnoti include the Zoological Gardens new collec of animals just received from Hagenbacks famous collec theUnitednow in beautiful autumn dross the Art Museum Hilltops etc Ask Ticket Agents for further particulars W J MURPHY W C RINEARSON General Manager AgentlCQuestion AnsweredI Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and otlusinJrbiliousness Doctors were scan4 and they seldom heard of appendicitis nervous prostration or heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system andI stop fermentation of undigested regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that Io all they took when feeling dull and bud headaches and other aches You only need few ihwra of Greens August Flower In liquid furor to nuke you satisfied theio is nothing serious tho matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly tJan 1111 rJJIIi OUAR IT IS ANTEEL Now IT f a tion n IFor Sale modelRltl1lhllut this office tf OSTEOPATHYi Richard P Bnckmaster D 0 bunheroppositeCustulU Kacin Bros dry goods store mEveningTelephone No MO Consultation m e 14tf v Kodol Dyspepsia CurerDIgests what you eat y V t f tr 1 J l t TQfl aOlllli1 Bntcrel at the postofflco at Frankfort Ken tucky us secondclass mailablc matter CEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT OOT 20 1000 DEATH OF GOV THOS P PORTER Hon Thomas Paine Porter of fVersailles nt one time State Sonn district composod of Franklin Anderson and Woodford counties died at his homo on Mon day last aged 79 years While Sen ho was elected president oft Mitt body and after the death of Lieut Gov Lynn Boyd became Lieutenant Governor exofflcio and noted as Governor several times in the absence of Gov Magoffln from the State He was a man of fine mind and great attainments but had been in retirement from public affairs for long years As a lawyer while not brilliant he was thoroughly acquainted with the principles and practice of the profession As a politician in debate he was sarcastic and bitter to a strange degree considering that he was a warmhearted and chivalric gentleman in private life He was a member of the Methodist Church In his later life and the funeral services were conducted by his pastor Rev Dr C F Evans after which the remains were placed in the Versailles cemetery HORRIBLE SUICIDE Col Thos F Lane soninlaw of Hon Jo O S Blackburn com mitted suicide at his home in Wash ington Oity on Monday night Ill health was the assigned cause It is said that Col Lane was a handsome and cultivated gentle man He was married to Miss Lucille Blackburn youngest d ugh tor of the exSenator and had one child a little girl- YOUTSEY TRIAL The heretofore unheard of and uncanny spectacle of an uncon scious and possibly dying man be ing tried for his life Is now theI shameful spectacle that holds the boards at Georgetown Guilty or innocent any man who is unconscious is entitled to have a trial ate which ho is aware of all the facts anal is able to consult and advise with Ills counsel and to tes tify in his own behalf These be strange times and strange scenes are witnessed intho Old Kentucky Homeood grant that they may never occur again 2 t TRYING TO OUST iGHINN Acting Attorney General Breok inrldge made a motion in the Court of Appeals on Tuesday looking to having County Clerk Claude Chinn of Fayette county removed from office It takes a twothirds vote of the judges of the Court of Appeals to accomplish the removal j Bloodt We live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on byWhen strength is full and 44 spirits we are being re freshed bonemuscleandbrain in body and mind with con tinual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When r it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets the whole body going againmanIwoman and child Iryou have not tried It send for free t agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT DOWNS Chemists 499415 Pearl Street NewYodb 500 and ftoo nil druggist i FEDERAL LAW ASAisPJtIED 1271Uwhoa Congressmen are elected at tho same time The case was ono whore a Mayor of Indianapolis was elected at the same time as a Congressman Tho indictment was for tampering with or concealing ballots that con corned tho olection of mayor It did not affect tho Congressmans election h i any way Two opinions arc pulbished ono by Justice Harlan and ono by Jus tice Miller both concurring The court holds that where Cogruss has conIgressionulany that in any way might affect or invalidate tho olection of Congress men although applying to a State election only shall come within tho jurisdiction of the Federal courts In time case of the Mayor of Indianapolis cited the court took jurisdiction although the offense did not affect the Congres sional election The court hold I that it might have done so Under this decision in the coming election all offenses that might affect the election of Congressmen I will come within the jurisdiction- of the U S Court although relat 1Goornor one should tell you that you need a J few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible It is good Try it For Sale by J W Gaylo THE DruggistI the Bishop of Delaware will preach both morning and night at time EpiscoI 1Indiesalso speak to the Sundayschool the morning Bishop Coleman is on his way to attend the Mission ary Council of the Episcopal Church in Louisville next week and is a most earnest and vigorous speaker and it is expected that largo congregations will hear him on his Sunday in Frankfort BECAME A LAW IoJtamIperand is generally a good law became on Tuesday by the attaching of the signature of the Acting Governor The law will punish the acts and doings that have been so rampant at elections in this city for several years But the trouble is that there are Ii men who have done these things that are clothed with tho power to punish Only by a power above the local court can any election stealer be punished REMEMBERi That Wards Minstrels which are tho lost now on the road will give one of their unrivalled exhibitions at tho Opera House this city to night There will be a big crowd present Go enrlyIOLD MASONS HOME The Grand Lodge of Kentucky F A M on Wednesday decided to purchase a farm of 250 acres upon which to establish a Homo for Aged and Infirm Masons A fund of 50000 will be raised to pay for the farm and put up tho necessary buildings TAKEN TO GEORGETOWN Mr James Howard now under sentence of death for the killing of Goebel was taken to Georgetown on Wednesday and testIfied in the Youtsey case Ho said that ho did not know Youtsey never talked with him was not in tho Secretary of States office the day Goobol was killed and know nothing of any arrangement to kill him i1 t IFor Fa1We Q a most ex elusive and complete variety of t Mens Boys and Childrens Cloth IDg ViandOvercoats 1000 12501500I up to 2000 We have added sev eral fine makes of clothing to our stock One of them is the celebrated make of Alfred Benjamin A Co of New Yorks These goods are known by every t clothier to be as fine t as any clothing made tThey make nothing butFine Clothing Every suit and ov ercoat can be relied on to be perfect fit ting and strictly t t t UpDate The prices on Al fred Benjamin Cos suits and overcoats range from 1350 to X2000B- ut when you get one of them you will have a garment that you will be proud of New Fall Hatsf Furnishing goods and woolens for suits to order I Hudson 8 Cor Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky tr f 1ij IJ tf 1 LEXINGTON BREWING DO I BREWERS OF PINE BEERS Wbinb In Quality and Flavor Ars EQUAL TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND t CALL FOR IT TILE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry n ROBINSON Prunkftirf Alf Sept 2ly 4 + + 4 + 4 + 4 i JE1Ls i 4 i FLOUR i i AnywherePatronize v THE J E M MILLING CO- o JN MILES Sec TreasJ0 Aug ISly o iiIiIiIii IiIiii 1 Thos K Robb I Piano and Fur nature Mover I 2l Packing and Crating Carefully Dono by Experienced ood Service Mod crate prices Lowta Street Local tPhono No Sept 8Sm Iii 3flL ORSEY m D C Graduate in Veterinary Medicine I and jSurgery All diseases of domestic animals treated on scientific principle I Diseases of OFFICE Hogs a Specialty THOMPSON BROS IIVERY STABLE MAIN STREET FRANKFORT r ICY Spare Women I In former years when thin women wished to gain flesh and roundness of form 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 I Scotts Emulsion and taking it in ternally It increases the weight of thin babies and delicate children I Best Way to Cure BackacheI 4 Backaches are caused by disorder the kidneys Foleys Kidney will make the kidneys right 110 Longmoor McKee Bardie Try the Capital Steam Laun dry for a clean shirt or collarI Telephone 17 1oiUysp- epsia 1 Cure INaturaanti and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It stantly relieves and permanently cures t Indigestion i Flatulence Sour Nausea Headache and allotherresultsofimperfectdigestionssmalisize r Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Chicago SOUTH IONGK OH W McKEE HARPIK Hg noCimitations upon Residence Travel and Oc patio- nJPayablehi6olti PaidUpInsurance Ualues Important featuresOF Union mutual Policies j OF LIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY from date of issue Grace In- Prqmlum Payments Qas11 UaiNes Loan Ualwes Extension of Insurance by terms jof the Iflainc nonforfeitMre Eaw Every one of these privileges is definite and clear Just how and a i planCytold g 5 exist as to oles for misunder 5 standing but everything is explicitly Q 9 set forth in uneeuivocat ge r- AFTER Three Years UNION laUiUAli do not become void by Failure to ray Premiums tho MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW without Action of tho PoUcyholderjccntlnuIng the Insurance for a F G BRODIB Manager for Kentucky N W Cor 4th and Jefferson greets Lou R TODD Aeent Frankfort ny ITOHN MkIWYIIr Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds u right but you want roine thing that will relievo and cure the more severer and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you doV Go to a Warmer und more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either CURe take the ONLY has been introduced in nlllIillzpd coun tries with succes in severe throat and lung troubles Boscheea German yrup It not only heats and stain germdiseasecauses easy expectoration gives 1IStood nights rat and cur s the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by nil druggists in the world For sale by S Holmes 4ly ii e rH w I GRO OBRIESAfl J SLQUORS SLOWEST PRICES TMiT1JRISCOLLS I To Our Old Friends and Patrons embalmingtmodern equipment will be able to render unsurpassed serf vice Our friends and the public generally are cordially invited to call and inspect our apartments 4 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 I Chapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Rubber Tire Funeral Car Your patronage is earnestly solicited I Mrs Respectfully A Jud Graham Son J Telephone 247 334 Main St Opp Engine House Frankfort tr 3 j k p ifJo II 1Jlii GBEATHEXCUBSION LAST OF SEASON By an advertisement in toclnys paper It Avlll bo soon that the Queen Anti Crescent Railway will givo the last grand excursion or tho son son to Cincinnati from Harriman Tonn and all points botwoon tho two on Friday night and Saturday October 20th and 27th Everybody should take advantage of tho great offer Dr W H Lewis Lawrenceville Va writes II I am using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in among severe clues of Indigestion t and find it an admirable remedy Many hundreds of physicians de pond upon the use of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure in stomach troubles It digests what you oat and allows you to eat all tho good food you need providing you do not over load your stomach Gives instant trollef und a permanent cure South Ii W McKee Hardie FINE RECEPTIONS Gov Roosevelt met with fine re ceptions at nil his appointments in Kentucky commencing at Hornier son and ending up at Covlngton The turnout at Louisville was a specially gratifying one the crowd wayiAt only one point was there any xowdyism Elizabothtown and that quickly suppressed by the rIwas rebuke of tho gallant h Rider 2 Do not get scared if your heart yousufferDyspepsia Cure digests what you t eat and gives the wornout stomach perfect rest It is the only prepar ation known that completely di Bests all classes of that is why it cures tho worst cases of in digestion and stomach trouble after everything else has failed It may cain h d Longmoor W McKee Hardie- fNEW AGENT Mr A J Overmoyer of Louis ville has been appointed agent o citytoti Loxingtonlj SCRABBLE t Not many on tho sick list Amongr ClarkMrsin bed with fever p The people of this place are all glad to see Mr Davis Long come IslandsHe n Ther Whole t Truth a Theres nothing so bad for a cough coughingTheres so good for a coughas Aycrs h Cherry Pectoral i rightforTie 50 cent size is better for tie padcoughlckitii asthma etc t Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLE In Effect October 5th 1899 =lIxdl 100 215 23 mJ P JGrNo srasa 862 422 I43i 510 1340 6Si 720 702 720 726 731 741 8It 820 890 IAMj Dally Except Sunday Lv Frankfort Ar Scelniiintovrn ElKboni Georgetown S Depot B Newtown Centervllle Elizabeth 1rParis 0fiv connects N connects O connects Ky Central Between Frankfort land 880 745 Lv Frankfort A- rArGeor v9 L- vLvG POW rArAr-Cnclnnat Davis made a good soldier He was sick nearly all of the time he was gone across the water He belonged to the Fourth Kentucky He came home on account of being disabled for service We hope ho will get along well and soon ho able to at tend to business Messrs J B Moore Arthur Moore and Winford Clark were in Now Castle Monday last Mrs Sarah Moore and Miss AddieI are spending a few days G D Moore and wife of Eminence Mr J C Deakins and daughter Miss Loula are tho guests Of Mrs J C Moore and family Protracted meeting is in progress at Lebanon There are some people who are not behaving like they ought to Wo think that if boys cant behave they ought to stay away from places like that or some ought to enforce the law against them ECHO CAME NEAR DYING For three days and nights I suf fered untold from an attack byaCentervillo Iowa I 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 three doses relieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work I do on going to tho office is to write to the manufacturers of this remedy und offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you make This remedy is for sale by J W Gayle Druggist TEACHERS MEETING The following is tho programme of the Teachers Meeting of the Forks of Elkhorn district to convene at Jett Saturday October 27 1900 Devotional Exercises Welcome AddressLeo A Owen Response County Superintend lent of these Meetings By the IIObject Mamie Gallehue Reading Una Sudduth Grammar Recitation Conducted Bonnie Hockensmith Advanced Arithmetic Recitation Conducted by E R Jones Noon Recess subject selected by tho writerMrs Wash Crutcher Reading Recitation Conducted by Mary Hearn Language Work Lilian Thomp sonFive Minutes Talks by Teachers and Visitors Subject assigned after takes tho floor What Subjects if Any should be Added to the Present Common School Curriculum Eudora L SouthWe hoping to have with us tho Hon H V McChesney S P I and Supt S L Frogge of tho Frankfort City Schools The teachers city and county as well as all friends of education are cordially invited to bo present and to take part in tho exercises Come us reason together- E R JONES VicePresldent DUMMITT SENTENCED Tho man Dummltt who was convicted of bribing colored voters to stay away from the polls last No vembor at Middlesboro was sen tenced by Judge Evans on Mon day to pay 1000 fine and remain in jail thirty days But for tho fact that the man was a cripple and had a large family Judge Evans would have sent him to tho Nashville Penitentiary WARDS MINSTRELS Dont forgot to go and tho groat and only Wards Minstrels at the Opera House tonight r If 1120 11107I O2i 941 If No4 PailsjA =A3f No6 with L k with c 0 with one see 990 710 617 616 400 Gas Stoves For Sale Two gas stoves suitable for bnth rooms or ApplyatBlue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 gnrdenTreesmental vine numll fruits and everything needed about tho home try er In town No agents employed and rock bottom to tho l Catalogue on application to Oct 128m t HF HlLUCTMEYKR LEXINGTON Er PIANO FOR SALE A Chickering square piano for sale cheap Apply to DrJ O Rob inson 127 Ewing strqet 62t BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs Jane E Wright 6 years old Sunday October 14th 1900 her children made her a birthday dinner at Mr Henry Wrights near Evergreen Church All of her children except John being pres ent Ho was detained by sickness grandchildrenchildren Mr Lanter and wife Cordia Cardwell Graves Card BerganMaggiepresent The day was perfect th sun shone bright and warm not skyTho under tho trees in tho yard some forty or fifty foot rln length and burdened with everything that one would want to eat When all had gathered around the tables Berget Wright read n chapter from the Bible after which Bro Lanter offered a very beautii and impressive prayer whic eyesWhen olde ones repaired to the house and th children to the swings and differ ent places of amusement which had been prepared for them Those joys and pleasures were continued until late in the evening when they all bade each other adieu and departed for their different homes All joined in hopes of meeting again one year hence A SON A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION Removes everything insight BJ do drastic hue bom are mighty dangerous Dont dyna machinery of your body with calomel croton oil or aloes pills when Dr Kings New Life Pills which are gentle as a summer breeze do the work per constipationdrug store- HARRY WARDS MAGNIFI CENT MINSTRELS Come to the Capital Theatre to night Saturday October 2Qand is safe to say the amusement loving people of this town will never have the opportunity to see such an organization at such prices as the Blanton Bros have arranged with tike management for a special Sat urday night scale of 50 35 25 cents DtBullsCOUGH CoughsSoro Grippe Pneumonia an all severe lungaffections consumption Take warnmg Act at once y a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prescription used over 50 Price only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont bo Im posed upon Refuse the dealers not ns good Drbulls Salvation 011 cures Rheumatism Aches and Pains 5 lc 25 eta +SOUTHERN RfllLWflY IN KENTUCKY Condensed Schedule Effect Mar 20 1900 uRTnouNnN IN 6 NoT Lv Ar praSholbyvllleAr Laroncobg 050am 025pm 045pm Ar Vorsnlllos 1016am 047pm lOOtpm Ar Lexington 1045am 715pm pm WESTBOUND No6 N Na Lv 730am 435pm 616am Ar Versailles 755am 602pm 635am- LarencebAr 820am 630pm 663am- ShelbyvllleAr 010am 015pm 030am- LoulsvllloAr 1040am 740pm 760ara EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No NO tlT RT 400pm 745am v 025pm 1000am Lv TrONINOI2INO 10am 715pm ia43am 730pm 1055amlAr rAGTBonifD WESTBOUND No tNo67 STATIONS INoT lfltNo 81 400pm 745am Lv Loulsvll Ar 1040am 740pm 632pm 019am Lv ShelbvllAr 010am 015pm 647pm 1025am Lv Verslles Ar 750am 502pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 34Opm 740pm 1160am Ar Qcorgtn Lv 700am 310pm BAJTBOUND WESTBOUND tNO lltNfl I STATIONS tNo a tNo L 740pmia22am1102am 73Spm Ar Ntchlvlll Ar ft58am 40Bpra 1158pm aaupm Ar Kicnmnd Lv 005am 310pm- 105pm Ar Irvine Lv 155pm STATIONS No1 NO 3 Lv Louisville 745am 745pm Ar Lexington 1045nmiOaupm Ar Knoxville 700pm 745am Ar Ashnvllle VIOam 110pm Ar Savannah 515am Ar Jacksonville OC5am Lv Chattanooga 003pm 023am Ar Atlanta 1023pm 1150am Ar Macon 1266am 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am toOOpm Lv Chattanooga 010pm 645am Ar Birmingham 1005pm 1145am Ar Meridian Siam Ar New Orleans 830am No through sleeping car Louisville to Dir aingham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na 5 free observation chaircar LouUvltla LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington to LoulsTlllo No Meeplngcar Birmingham to Louisville via Lexington- Al1lrnlns between Louisville Lexington and Burgin dally Between Versailles and Georgetown No II and dally NOR and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles Nlcholasvlllo Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sunday 7tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSOANNONM VP4GM J M COLPT M Washington D c Washington DG WATUKKGPA WMHTATLOBAO PA Waahtuktoa D Louisville ICy H N TIME TABLE ISOUTII n No17 Lexington 200 UJ2 551 Cnrlsttannburg 3J40 QM MlIlmmc 358 041 Lagrange 4i5 710 MllnrHtI 458 746 Loulavllle 525 810 IINO161IT Louisville 20 720 410 237 75 6h402 912 600 srnre 540 1059 C 0 TIME TARLK ISOUTH Lexington In rattk ort Shelbyville it LoalsTllle INORTH INo21 No 22 AM NOI1A eFranktort No2I lhribtlansburgt II 81151G20 Lv Louisville 830 601 Bheloyvllle 928 701 KrunWort 740 Ir Lexington 11018 81tcI L N trains to Louisville and 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 0 O trains to Louisville 809 a mO O trains to Louisville 813 m andtL 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 RITE Agent Wholesale and Retail I have 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 SCOTTOW and WUlke7 Hell u at home without 61n Book of 1 FREEBL iAliA e4 ul11oe 1M North Prrr t CLOUSVIwH unaCHlucoRrCa THE FAVORITE LINE FROM LOUISVILLECHICMIO1 Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining Cars und Modern Wagner Palace Drawing Room Sleepers For tickets rules nnd general information by prospective pas sengers to all the vast fit includingCALIFORNIA Fnmk J Reed G P A C H Rockwell Traffic Mgr v V H MDoel P G11 AddressE H Bacon D P A 3t Louisville Ky Burlington IOUteto BEST TRAINS TO KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACIFIC COAST UTAH WASH INGTON OMAHA ST PAUL NEBRASKA BLACK HILLS VIA ST LOUIS OR CHICAGO Vestibuled Trains Sleepers Dining Cars Chair Cars Seats Free F M RUGGLTrov Passr St Louis Mo Gon r St Louis Mo L W WAfiELEY Gen Pass Agt St Louis Mo The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis And all Points West North west and Southwest running throe double dally The onlyline without change with high trains car The direct uno doubloto daily trains with high without change Ticketts on Bala Sleepo18 ut N office this city informs berths etcsleoping 3rrouteas to rates R or ad6aiionAVHltoageniiuoB 4B BRYANT T P A IRWINGPAIoulaviUe Ky L J LtXIN TON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND No2No4 MILES 8TATIONsE SunDally PM o Lexington 2 25 745 Lv Montroso Avon F 260FS rF257 F81TWyandotte 8 10 8 80 20 P815 8 ro Mistletoe 845823L E Junction a 88 P900 16rou Stanton F F 921Roaslyn47I 419F980Fiteon60 480P947- P48557 NaturalBririd 964 Olencairn P489 9 58eTorrent Fincl8tlo F j 03 F10 23 Junction 5 29 BeattyvUlo 00y460Bea1t rylie Lv BOG 1 Ar 45By b F10 F585F1061Lv St Helens Athol Tallecn 5 43 84 Oakdalo F5 50F11 r 00 Elkatavrn 07F11 Ar Jackson 615 1180 WEST BOUND MILES 8ISTATIONIIoEx Lv Jackson 6 2S5 10 083F283 84 OakdnloF649F249 f 79 TallegaF7aFa0044 74 St Helens c Junction 7 8 26 Baittyvillo JLr 700 SOL BOGUy lAr 760 540 Lv Fincastle F783F883 82 Torrent 7 8 Olenclairn F767F866 Natural Bridge F 8 0- 1803F408Dundee Filson 8 4 Rosslyn F826F425 Rtanton 8 88 80 ro Cloy City 8 42 83 Indian Fields 869F464 L E Junction 910 5 08 23 Mistletoe 929F515 inchester920 520 U Wyandotte F943F583 Avon 949F540 6 MontrosoF958F550 0 ALexington 6 05 Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Slilpstuff orn Oats and Hay 523 and525 Main Phone 84 2fSlJto i li Tj 11 IF YOU ARE COMING r r r t e e es+ + RELIGIOUS i ASCENSION EPISCOPAL sistant Minister Holy Communiqn and sermon 11 a m Morning prayer 9 a m Evening prayer and sermon at 780 p m The Rt Rev Leighton Coleman D D Bishop of Delaware will preach at 11 a m and 780 m Sunday He will also address the and make a special address to the Womans Auxiliary immediately after the evening ser viceSundayschool and adult Bible class at 045 a m Evening prayer and Bible Lesson on Friday at 780 oclock To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach atI 11 a m and 730 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially in vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev zY George Darsie the pastor having returned from Kansas will at 11 a m on the Great National Convention of the Chris At 730 the Endeavor Society will bbserve Forefathers Day with an elaborate and interesting pro Western D Furr Leader Junior Endeavor Society meets atS80 in the chapel- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Topic What God Hath Done Us r The public will be cordially welcomed to these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Tho Usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev A H Lindsay of Flemingsburg will preach at 11 oclockNo service- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even at 780 The pulbic cordi lly invited METHODIST CHURCH = Rev J R Savage the pastor will reach at 11 a m- Sundayschool meets at 980 a m Epworth League in Sundayschool room at 045 p m- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 75 f Official Board meets Tuesday eveningThe cordially invited to att- endr SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe Jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 m Sundayschool at 980 a m Protracted will continue throughout the week at 780 p m each evening Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 045 pm To all these meetings the public IB cordially invited THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP EL WEST SIDE Preach ing every by some one of the1 Sundayschool at 280 Prayermeeting Thursday evening at 780r and Clover Seed for Halo At LANGDONOREASEY CO U This way it will pay you to step in and see what we are showing You will benefit yourself by in specting bur line If you are in need ofa Watcha piece of Jewelry Silverware Cut Glass Clocks Toiletware you must see our line We earnestly invite everyone who may visit youriuterest iiM A SRLBRRTr- i RELXABLE JEVVELER ijfI IIIRtIIss McCreaclyRector Sundayschool thatI SPECIALII Rev A H Lindsay will preach at the First Presbyterian Church t moirov morning in the absence- o Dr Blayney 1I Butlerstreet writes A 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 For Sale A new style doubleseat trap and chenpApplyPutnam Fadeless Dyes do not spot streak or give your goods an unevenly dyed appearance Sold by SOUTH LONGMOOR FoleysHoneynnd think it the best in the world says Chas 1 Bender a newsdealer of Erie Pa W McKee Hardie Sonth and Longmoor Attention ITo prepare your sons fora busy life- in world send them to Ellendale Commercial College near Curdsyllle Ky The college is sit uated in a healthful and refined neighborhood In Davies county remote from the distractions and temptations of city or town Only inatructoriareemployedWithout positionsBoard room etc only for 20 weeks ForclthdogueI and particulars address- J E GARDINER A M Pres 46 Om CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sept 8th To Whom It May Concern Having lost certificate No representing twentyseven shares of stock No re rese ting three shares of stock in the Farmers Bank or Kentucky on two months from thin date I l ool efg bank wsue mo now certificates for said stock lost and I hereby call on all persons to show cause why certificates not issued 22m A J ALEXANDER The wolf in the fable put on sheeps clothing because if he traveled on his own reputation he couldnt accom plish his purpose Counterfeiters of DeWittrt Witch Plazel Salve couldnt sell their worthless salves on their merits so they put them in boxes and wrappers like DeVittn Look out for them Take only De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It dares piles and all skin diseases South Lone moor 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 got the original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve South Longmoor W IOAotaFatality Follows Failure- to use FoleyH Kidney Cur in time If taken in earlier stages of Bright V disease and diabetes it is a curtain cure You have noticed the high death rate from these diseases and it is not wise to ignore early symp toms when a sure medicine like Foleys Kidney Cure can be had South Longmoor W McKee Hardie WANTEDTwo reliable traveling salesmen in ench State permanent position salary and expenses ex perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 26n lq It is exasperating to one who has used Foeys Honey and Tar and knows what do to have a dealer recommend something else goodTherocolds coughs croup lagrippe etc South and Longmoo W McKee Hardie IJ ONLY Isi ONE DOLLAR ILess ta a Gent a flay I IDE MORNINfi DEW of Lexington Ky The Great Inc rf the the irUL The t IFlWhper N the tL From Now Till December I Seri Ym Olase ul YNrMMejIilW tie ONLY a Torturing skin eruptions burns and sores are soothed at once by applying DbWitts Witch Hazel best known cure for piles Beware of worthless coun terfeits South Longmoor W MoKee Hardie THE MOST EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS IS NOW ON- Everybody must have a Dally Paper The Campaign- Offer of 100 From Now to NOW IS made by THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased and Impartial dally In the South REGULAR RATES One month Sue Three months 125 Six Months 200 Twelve Months 300 Send for Sample Copies THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky i Directory of Benevolen Organizations JR o u A M Meets every Saturday night at 8 oclock in north hall of Odd Fellows VlsitinAIMASONIC Hiram Lodge No4 A Y M meets second and fourth Thursday nights in each month in Masonic Temple Ann streettat 7 0IBEN T FARMER Sectv 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 6R S M meets every fifth Thursday night in Masonic Temple Ann street at 7- 801M P BROWN M Frankfort Gommandery No4 K T meets the third Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 FRANK W KEYES E 0 HENRY F LINDBEYRecorder i o o F Capital Lodge No 0 meets every Monday night in Odd Fellows Tom pIe St at 730 B G MOORE N G W S RoseEN Secty Frankfort Lodge No 28 meets every Tuesday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple afc 730 B8 GAINES N G EUGENE WOLFF Secty Oriental EncampmentNp meets second and fourth hyr aay night in each month at 730 OEIAS KEHR H P EUGENE WOLF Recorder KNIGHTS MACCABEES Capital Tent No 28 K O T M meets every first and third Friday night in each month in the north half of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 JOHN RIES D A f 0 A NELSON K R KNIGHTS OF HONOR Frankfort Lodge No 10 Knights of Honor meets every second and fourth Friday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 W B BRIDGEFOKD Die 0 A NELSON Recorder A o u w M Elkhorn Lodge No4 meets in north hall of Odd Fellows every Thursday night at 730IA W JAS MoEWANRecorder B P ELKS Frankfort Lodge No 530 meets every Wednesday at 730 oclock Temple 0 O REYNOLDS E R G L BARNES Secretary The luck of energy you backache and n run down condition generally oIl mean kidney disorder Foleys Kidney Cure will restore muklngothemoor McKee Hurdle Dr Cady8 CoHditfon Fowtiers are just 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 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Cot o you are sicK all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one Fnl vsrKidneyCure u vill bring health 01 energy Long in qor V McKee H- ardieijiiiii Dr R P Buckmaster Will be in his office In this city ort Monday Wednesday and Friday of Those desiring treatment by Osteopathy should boor this in mind 46tI The Dread of people with weak lungs who suffer from stubborn coughs Is consumption Foleysr 1 Honey and time icures the cold heals and strengthens the lungs and always cures incipient iltII WANTED Ul tI4 Honest reliable men with orv iiiA iftraveligjiPeerlessCity Virginia 81mt tlr ECZEAiA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES tf- CUREDBY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Disctressing tOmpanyDuHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Akin Prickling Pain In the Skin Bolls Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old SoreseEating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and Impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanlea Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal J itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 80 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to give li B B a trial For sale by druggists at per large bottle six ibottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given t away Write for it Address BLOOD Mitchell St Atlanta On Describe your trouble und free personal medical advice given 5For Hale by W McKee Hardie 481y 2 30ffiL 6dw Peas l FOWL IMPROVING SOIL WB HAVE LARGE of these and litother Seasonable Seeds such as German awt CornTeoeinte + Ctc Write for price and WOOD 6 STUBBS Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY FOX SALE A sliding window awning New and in good condition Apply at this ofJlcPi FOR M Of BENTI TIIR suburban home known ad Point Brecift adjoining the city limits of Frankfort Mot beautiful location overlooking both the city IdKentucky river Brick house of twelve rooms All necessity outbuilding and 88 ACRES OF LAND Will rent furnlflhwl Address WM RODMAN laU Frankfort Ky For Whooping Cou h Both my children were taken with whooping cough writes Mrsjj 0 13 Dutton of Danville small bottle of Foleys HO IIIHAt Tar ave such relief that I used a cent bottle which saved mea doctors bill Nothing else so good South Lngornoore W McKee Hardlo I t f Ji HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF By Col Wm H Murray Copied front National Portrait Oallory Vol11 Published Phil adelphia D Rico X A N Hart 1850 Contents of Volume 11 Patrick Henry First Republi cnn Governor of Virginia Page On the 1st of July he was elected the First Republican Governor of Virginiaand was continued In that Unanimous vote until 1778IRend this first signed his commission as Colonel of the first Regt and Commander of all the forces raised and to be raised for the defence of the Colony he was elected a del egate to the Convention which met on 5th of May 1775 at Wil JulyPaget was once more elected of Virginia which ho declined Pago 4 The Virginia con ventlon met a second time In Maroh 1775 at Richmond when Mr Henry brought forward a series of resolutions containing a for the organization of the militia In defiance of the opposition of the J ablest and most patriotic members of the convention they wore sustained by a torrent of irresistible eloquence from Mr Henry who in spired the convention with a determined spirit of resistance An op portunity soon occurred for a trial of his courage as well as of his in prohlifrom Great Britain was followed by attempts to procure the posses sion of magazines in America by which would be de prived of the means of defense A large quantity of gunpowder was clandestinely removed from the colonial magazine at Willlamsburg and placed on board of armed Brit ish vessels So was the voice of the People in Ky removed and placed the hands of three men The excitement which I- tt produced extorted from the gover nor a promise for its return by which public feeling was for the time appeased but subsequent threats rumors of frosh en oroaohments on their magazines JIItogethor with the irritation pro the battles of Concord and Lexington aroused the coun try to arms The movements of the military was however arrested by the exertions of Mr Randolph But Mr Henry deter mined not to submit to the aggres stone of the British governor Demoorat Gov in Ky today dispatched riders to members the Independent Company of Hanover to meet in arms at Newcastle Having aroused their patriotism by all the efforts of his eloquence by the res ignation of the Captain no became comIFrankfort The country was electrified Other comapnlqs joined the revolutionary standard of Pat ilok Henry and at least five thou sand men 1200MountalnMen were In arms rushing to his a assistance The governor issued a proclamation denouncing move ment Likewise Press of Do mbcracy in State against Moun tainmon coming to Frankfort The greatest consternation oventhepatched messenger after messenger to induce him to abandon the en t but undaunted he resolutely pursued his march The- governor after making prepara tions for his defence deemed it most prudent to avoid a conflict so it was in Frankfort and accordingly ordered Mr Henry to be met at Newcastle with a compensation in money for the powder Another proclamation from tho governor denouncing not only fell harmless before him but seemed to render him an object of reater public regard Mr Henrys Journey to Congress which had been interrupted by this event was now resumed and became as far as the borders of Virginia a triumphal It notdenrtopeople1nof legal forms had nothet dawned was the voice of liberty which when once spoken never ceases to echo and from age until the angel shall close 1 WtiUag Willow Furniture and r Wicker Ctairs Wicker chair aoos become lOlled but they iea oINaed to look like new with Gold Dust Was ing Powder tad warm watt Uo scrubbing brush when water becosea aerie soiled get fresh follow White lroa bed eau alto be waahfd by this attkod but must be wiped dry quickly rn abon UUkio oar tne boekl grows rod CMPANY Meat I Uula New r J l Ithe book of time I love to lIsten its pealing strains No music winged cherubim of God Is so sweet to my ear I contrast it with tho harsh discordant notes of the Executive usurpa tions of the Legislature of the present hour and tho abject tones Of those who feed on the smiles of Usurper executive favor I turn away form tho sight of expiring liberty In this State to assure myself by a of other days that It cannot altogether die The lessons of history upon this great are full of loop und painful instruction I look at ques tions In their general import By degrees in all ages of tho past tyranny has encroached upon pop ular Vide Kentucky today Tho citadel of liberty was never taken by sudden assault without prlovious mining battering and treachery The approaches have boon made by numerous measures of a kindred tendency The progress to the stronghold has been step by step Good mcjn too have often been the Instruments of these encroachments Plausible argu ments have likewise been made for them As has been made for tho Goebel bill Gentlemen from all over the State no doubt will rise and tell us that the abominable features of this measure Goo bel bill are wise and gopd To let all men vote at the polls but to throw voters precincts and coun ties and citicd out on tho count by the Commissioners three saintly men appointed for that special pur posecount out The seditious American citizen who holds public station Legisla ture of Ky and partisans courts c embraces a corrupt and stormy fanaticism and a brood of frightful and depraved theories and revolt Ing actions Instantly spring up andWith wide Cereriun mouths full loud harass and shock the patriotism of the country State We can appeal to the American citizen to allow the house which tits fathers built to stand forever that though divided it may be in its domestic economy yet it is not divided unto its We can do this and we can hope that our labors will bring forth the fruits of peace But if the evil hour must come if patriotism is to be humiliated am exalted If tho schemes of the seditious citizens are to triumph and civil strife and commotion are to cumber this fair land then may some Brutus avenge the cause of liberty In the capital and may the authors of our ruin be the first to sup full of its horrors If in the wisdom and mercy of divine providence Kentucky Is permitted to survive the baleful principles of the present crisis serene skies and a peaceful calm awaits us in the future The patriot will take hope and the Conspir ator Legislature and Partisan Judges Courts c will shrink away baffled into an odious oblivion Good omens will cheer us and the Kentuckian race will rush forward again on the bright track of American progress blazed out by their illustrious forefathers- So too the adherents of Ctosar said at Rome when he was con trolling the elections prior to cross ing the Rubicon and usurping Im perial power In speaking of Cm sar Monresquiem says He raised troubles In the his emissa made himself master of all elections and consuls praetors and tribunes purchased their promotions at priceCresarhimself master of all the elections Time blackest crime over seeks the highest livery of virtue to cloak its infamy When Satan himself carne from the burn ing pit below when ho lurked around the courts of Eden and finally scaling the bright ramparts sat down to seduce Eve in those green and ambrosial bowers he led her to her fall and all of us to our ruin by disguising the hideous lineaments of evil In tho skillful guise of good So time advocates of youItis all for the worst And feeble though my voice may be small yetinof a constitutional duty with all my strength I warn my countrymen against a measure lrnu aster and overthrow to the Institu tions for which their fathers fought and bled on a hundred fields of battleWhen Cromwell designed the overthrow of tho liberty of his country what did ho do I will let Hume tho historian speak Hear him Housework hard woA without GoMDusf s a dryIa hqat contemplation Cromwell began to hope that by his administration attended with so much luster and success abroad so much order and tranquility at home ho had now acquired such authority as would en able him to meet tho ropresontn tives of tho Nation and would as sure him 6f their dutiful compli ance with He summoned a parliament but not trusting altogether to good will of the people he used every art which his now model of represen tation allowed him to employ in order to influence the Vide Goebol law and fill tho house with his own creatures Whe unlawful assumption of power by those who hold authority Legislatureservants of thepeoplo hasbeenwaglng an unbroken contest with the rightful sovereignty of po litical institutions from the earliest dawn of history to time time Liberty and despotism have Leon the two forces worldtStatoplanted new ones as was the case last winter and marked the worlds highway of progress with fields of battle There struggles for the su premacy have never ceased Change been the desire of mans heart It Is In the heart of man to grasp at power Like was exhibited last winter Dominion is sweet and the earth and sea with all that In them dwell have not sufficed In their subserviency to fill the measure of mans ambi tion to gov rn They party now In power know that they are the Hessians of this political strife and that no peace will be permitted to revisit this bleeding State as long as villainy can pay in the coffers stolen offices of the government if this ButasirIs on tho wall The corrupt and Impious feast of Belshazzar the King his princes his parasites and concubines is about over Theydranksilver of brass of Iron of wood and of stone But in the same hour came forth fingers of a mans hand and wrote doom over against the candlestick upon the plaster of the wall of the Kings palace And the fingers of time Kentucky people are busily engaged in writing a doom equally terrible against those who have turned the temple of our fathers State of Kentucky into a den of thievesSir the history of the progress of Liberty next to the history of the Christian religion is the most sublime and instructive lesson taught in time annals of the world Its fortunes indeed have been adversityhasvestal fires which burn on Its al tars And In all the terrible strug gles which it has jarred the nation and liberated the people Its sole prInciplethatto govern the many Kings and the courtiers of Kings who talk of the divine to the possession and exercise of have been the enemies which Liberty has had to encounter Every contest it ever waged has put restraint and control on the will the preten sions the authority of one man Every battle fought beneath its banners In all the fourquarters of the earth has been fought to resist and repel the arrogant and unlaw ful claims of power made by one man Every Jaw which was en acted In Its interests from the laws of God on Mount Sinai to the pres protectand oppressive hand of one man This has forever been the Issue and It is the issue now UBut sir it is a dangerous In gredient to cast by the passage of this bill Goebel Bill into the oil Ing cauldron of popular discontent and popular Indignation and the popular voice comes last ringing loudand clear over the storms and dissensions In this hall saying to the members on the other side go back to your broken pledges go back to tho Con stitution you have all sworn to support cease as you value your lives cease as you value time peace of tho State cease as you dread the lurid flames of civil war at your own homesteads cease the infrac tions of the Americans Kentuckians birthright tho Constitution Dare no more to 1aylyour hands on the white Go no further In this line of policy which you have attempted I say to you gentlemen that as the Lord God reigns in heaven you can not go on with your system as defined by tho Goobel Bill depriving citizens of their inherent rights free white men for what they conceive to be their duty within the plain provis ions of the Constitution and main tain peace in Kentucky Blood will flow You can not and you shall not forge our fetters on our limbs without a struggle for time say this In sorrow but I wouldbe false to the people whom I represent false to my own con duty If I did not toll inbItternesspeople are determined on this sub blood of a race of freemen is up and will not submit to this assault Time great American Ken tucky heart is fired anew with the love of liberty and the people are arousing like the giant after his They have erected theirheads and warn you not to lay the of your finger of your smallest on ono of the great muni ments of personal freedom which adorn the history of the world If W 9J 7Jf jlf IA INCH ESTERII NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS I uniformity I WINOHESTER REPEATING ARMS Haven Conn efOmiTy ZY7 fVl dlF mARGumIMANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN POPLAR ASH AND WHITE OAK LUMBER FRANKFORT XEN1JC = XY Would ragpocttully Inform tho citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county thnt we will soil them lumt r of all kinds cheaper than any one elsein tho bL Call and get our prices and o oast end of Second street Kennoy Brothers old stand Sept elm bij io AV Qt r nAAo oifJ L 2 i PieasanUo4ake TrdeDtuk LaxatlVIeJl yrolp NATURES J i RCONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels when minerals and their salts t are irritating to the intestines Segetableabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms Hs Nauseousness1BloatedYour money will be returned if you do not like it better than any other you have tried BOTTLE4tf Ellendale Coiiimeical t1 CollegeNear Curdsville Ky MeQiUK School for Boys and Young who wish to study Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic Tho college is located in ono of tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods in Dtivioss county remote from all temptations and distractions of city or town Not ono of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Re + opens September 10 1900 J E Gardiner A M PresJuly 21Ccn CURDSVILLE KY ar you do It Is at your most deadly peril Time voice of barons the voice of John Hampden and the voice of Patrick Henry crying as John the Baptist cried In the wilder ness Give me or give me death wore all concentrated In the voice of tho people of this country State as expressed at the ballot box In the recent Set aside annulled by three elec tion commissioners and by thorn referred to tho Legislature a body of servants of tho people tho ser vants proved In this case to bo greater than masters for they repudiato their masters voice and up own in lieu thereof and make him Governor whom the people hud rejected at time polls by Inherent power IHIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E Lilly a prominent oiti zen of Hannibal Mo lately had a afrightfulsays I was taken with typhoid pnoumonfaMy inbedpected soon to die of consumption NewDiscoveryrelief I continued to use it andnow I am well and strong I cantsay too much In Its praise Thistmarvelous medicine is tho and quickest cure in the world for all throat and lung trouble Eegu j ilar sizes 50 cents and 100 Trial DrugStore a Y rIiU NUnaU at VitT The Double BredThe Single Breasted The New Reversible Prices 300 to 500 J All rods 300 up to 2000 Working Strong and 75c to Fancy Oassimere Worsted and Cheviots 1 50 to 6 OC AVe an immense Wens ana Bogs UnffeIWear Fleeced Shirts and Drawers 25c 35c 50c 75 up to 259 Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 40c 60c 75c up to 150 All Wool Shirts and Drawers 1 up to 250 Union 2 up to Bags Telescopes Dress Suit Cases 50c 75c up to 1000 for the finest Pants well made 150 show stock Suits 350 100 rf Knox Ste onO ovfut Knapp 150 200 250 300 up to 5 Fancy and White Shirts 50c up to 150 Great Fall and Winter Stock now ready Clothing Shoes Furnishings Hats Bags Trunks Telescopes Lap Robes 500 We have a large line of Childrens Fancy Suits and Overcoats 150 200 300 400 11500 and 600 Mens all wool Fancy Cassimere Suits 750 to 1801 Mens Fancy Worsted Suits 900 to 2000 Mens Blue and Black Cheviots Blue and Black Worsteds 10 to 22 manS Overcoats and Ulsters 400 500 750 1000 1200 51500 up to 2500 We show everything in this line and at prices that we have never reached before All the new styles 25Q 50c 75c S150200 up to ENGLISH NONAQUA IIshoe lidiesnd misses Shoes I IStylef D C CRUTCHER CO rryi Frankfort Ky huntington W Va I