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T PfY Jr tI f it- CJ + THE FBAWEEWT EOMDABOUT i GEO A LEWIS Publisher t 1 rDt jVOL XXIV HON JOHN w Republican Candidate for Governor AA AAA y IMPORTANT CIRCULAR OF TO U S COMMISSIONERS To United States Commissioners District of Kentucky Sirs Recently many inquiries have reached me from United States Commissioners ns to the laws f of the United States that apply to elections when no Congressman is elected and to elections when a Congressman is elected that I have thought it best to respond all o such inquiries by means of this circular letter First Under section 5507 Revised Statutes of the United States it is made unlawful for any person to prevent hinder or control a negro from exercising the right of suffrage by means of bribery or intimidation This section applle yto all elections Stato or Congres sionnlSpcomlUncter section 5440 it is 9mnde unlawful for tWo or more per to conspire to commit an offense against the Bows of the United States therefore if two or more persons conspire to preventI hinder or control exercising the right of suffrage by means of bribery or and one or more of intimidationI do any act to effect the conspiracy all the parties to the conspiracy become liable to the penalties denounce by that section Third Under section Go03 of said statutes if two or more persons con spire to injure oppress threaten or Intimidate any citizen black in the free exercise or enjoyI ment of any right or privilege se cured to them by the Constitution or laws of the United States they become liable to the very heavy t penalties denounced by that section Section 2004 of said statutes was enacted to enforce the fifteenth amendment to the Constitution and grants to all citizens white or black the right not to be dlscrlml- t nated against on account of color ItI yreviom cor meoI servitudein all elections and Nationalwhich right was also granted as held by the Supreme Cltirt in a numb w ofIthS by said amendment of its own force Therefore a conspiracy to dis criminate against a voter on ac count of his color in any election is a conspiracy to prevent him from the exorcise and enjoyment of a right existing under th constitu tion gild laws of the United StatesF Fourth Another Constitutional right that ifi granted to every oltj zen white or black is the right to vote in elections for Congressman Jgittif- cfiuflP I i A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1900 YERKES LL INSTRUCTIONS When a Congressman is elected the voterIIs elected In the latter case as above shownin State elections onlyhis right is that he shall not be discriminated against on account of color while in the former case his is to vote free from in- timidatfon or hindrance without regard to color and If two or more persons conpslre to Injure oppress threaten or Intimidate him in the free exercise and enjoyment of that right they subject themselves to add heavy penalties Exparte Yar brough 110 US 051 The foregoing is my opinion on the law touching the questions stated and while all officers enI frtHted with the execution of the IUVK should see that they are faithfully executed on all violators with nffillaItlonsingly careful not to lend any official aid or sanction to any thing intended or likely to be effective for political purposes onlyRespectfully R D HILL IUnited States Attorney IlHE BANNER PI EOUREI Is Banner Salve It lute relief arid will soon effect a cure 25c THE TRUTH Some of the dally papers made EIYoutseyhe arose and walked to the third story of the Jail where nls room is situated without assistance We thought the statement rather fishy at the time and accordingly made an investigation and herewith publish the following card from Dr C K Wallace the physician who Is attending upon him Frankfort Ky Oct 25 RoundnbontI H Inquiry E I WillI nwtItrosrwalk 1 have not allowed him to sit up at all When ho raises up ho hags attacks of dlinoHs and is liable condlItlon ourofull1urs1ingRespectfully C WALLACE I M Wo trust those parties who made the false statement will bo Jui enough to publish the above card from Dr Wallace IISUDDEN DEATH kIOur whole was slibckocl on Tursday morning when the announcement was nuido that Mrs Annie Milam Keenon wife df Mr Uberto Keenon was dead She hail been suffering with a carbuncle for some time but was thought to be on tho mend only a short time before the end Mrs Keenon was a universal fIonto with all who knew her She was the only daughter of Capt B C Milam and was born and raised In this city She was just past fifty years of age and was a very halo and hearty woman When quite a girl she was married to Mr Keenon and their union which had been a very happy one was blessed with a fine family of children one son Ben and four daughters airs Thos M Stagg Mrs Frank G Stagg Miss Pattie and Miss Agnes survive her while they have lost several children She was one of the cheeriest and brightest women we ever knewfull of fun and lifeever ready for a jokeand yet tenderhearted and trueIShe was a member of the Presby terian Church The funeral ceremonies will take place from the family residence this morning at ten oclock services conducted by Rev George Darsie after which the remains will be placed in our cemeteryI A SHORT SAD SfORYI A cold NeglectPneumonia a1hnppler The young man who killed hill brother on Monday afternoon had his examining trial on Wednesday afternoon before Judge Moore He was held in 500 bail to the circuit court in January which he gave and was released GOOD NEWS By the card of our friend Mr W H Hawkins in another place it will be seen that he is recovering from his serious attack of feverand hopes soon to take up his duties as Assessor again We but voice the enitment of everyone when we say that we are rejoiced to know of his recovery A LIMA MANS TESTIMONY I have obtained excellent results from the use of FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE It relieved my backache and severe pain over the hips It toned up my system and gave me new vim energy I regard It as an honest and reliable remedy for all kidney diseases It makes no false claims but does what It when given a fair trial I ccrI t Ilnh recommend it WM FINN447 Elida Road Lima Ohio GOLDEN WEDDING Mr and Mrs R M Aldridgo will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage on next Wodnos lay October 81st at their homo jonior of Washington and Broad way All their friends are invited- to call on thom between the hours of 7 and 10 p in For sprains swellings and lame IOSR there Is nothing so good as Jamborluina Pain Balm Try it For sale by J W Gayle Druggist ATTENTION EVERY BODY I have loon sick for one month with fever and am now hotter I want the taxpayers in city to know why I have not boon around to make the assessment for this year I will see you whoa Tusoino to town W H HAWKINS Assessor r TERMS 100 In Advance NO 7 Hyr l1J137 1Z z tf rrsrrrmri g lL2 l J M SAFFELL CJ1 SAFFELL F L ISAFFELLSr cjIChina and Glassware Fine Wines andb Whiskies r f We ask our city and country friends to call at 212I Ann Street and inspect our goods t I M SAFFELL SONI 711 4 C WE HAVEl i ICoaltake orders from anyone desiring to lay in their winter supply now while it is fresh and clean and dry We send you nothing but the very best we can and at the lowest possible price See us before laying in your supply and we will promise to give you entire satisfaction in every particular Main office Black Hoges old stand TelephonesEast Ten nessee No 7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch office end of bridg South Frankfort Frankfort Telephone Exchange No 236 We will also pay the highest cash prices for wheat in any quantities All farmers artie s having wheat to sell will do well to see us before selling Roge Coal and Feed Company Black Hoges Old Stand W Broadway WV lv V r ItsHere and ryourThe right thingIMatthe right time i4 iIprice We have just received large line of Fancy Rockersl Wo can sell you a Large Arm Rocker Oak Cobler t Seat for 160 worth 250 For this week ONLY GEO H STEHLIN ii At a LA 1i fIOCJl PERSONLLL rtxh1gtonwasMr H P Moranry of Versatile ails hero week rotnrne1frompsi Mr S V Ponce of Louisville V was hero this week Mr W O Maoklin of Dakota is t visiting rolativos herIf Mr A Dudley Blnnton has boon weekJ5 wont ThursdayJ vis jV Sunday 3 fromRlInimsMrs J B Lewis wont to Louis yule on Wednesday morning Mr J Andrew Cain of Versailles v was ti visitor horo this week Newportwas Loxingtonwas fjr returnodWodnestIay JMr Jos Robinson returned Mon v day from a visit to Arkansas und Texas L Son E Tutt Burimin of Rich S unond was in the city on Wednes lay Mrs E D Potts of Lexington pent tho week in this oi on bus ttfness- I YMr Landon S Coleman of llIdi TuosdayCol J 0 South of Mountain j rolathosborer Mr Price Williams of Louisville was the guest of relatives horo this W ekIton City is the guest of relatives here fe Mrs W H Jeffries returned Sat i InLouisville theUniversityschool yearIMr j made I this week Misses Annie Belle and Lizzie f Hunt Chinn are visiting relatives i L in loulsvilleIhas returned homeItf Mrs Belle Grant Walker is visiting her parents Maj J A Grant and wife in this city f Mr Sylvester W Labrot of West k guestiofMiss Bettio L Patteson of f Jringfleld Ill is the guest of relatives in this city y Tues1dayJ liiott in Cincinnati LexingtonwileShore has returned homeIMiss Alice who has been visiting relatives there has returned home MrA Jas H and Slaughter Miss Elizabeth have re urnod from KunsasCity 110IMrs W J Fcottow and daughter ShelbycountyMrs James Baker nee Bessie Gheatham and child are guests of pier grandmoterMrs L J Garrard Col Ed H Elliott commercial litpurist for the Cincinnati Cordage Paper Co was in the city this weok SpUr W J Chinn of Colorado Col was the guest of his Smother Mrs Ellen H Chinn this ook I Mr Edson J Bradley of New was the guest of his Brother Major W E Bradley dbk- iiTMaster thisI Lewis leftMaryon T nesday morningf or BeechmontKy i to attend the High School of Prof lr H IC Taylor litHon Richard P Stoll of LexingI ton Republican candidate gross in this district was in the city on Monday K it Mr John S McKendrick and i wife of Shelbyville were guests of his brotherinlaw Mr W J Hughes this week Mrs John S Williams tit- Sterling and Mrs R G Stoner of arts are guests of Mr W H ewis and wife at Woodlak- eif Mrs Ben Hardin Helm Miss tie Helm and Mr Ben H Helm of Eliabothtown are guests of Mr kW HLewis and wife at Woodlako Sergeant Will Hieutt 89th U S J t y lnran returned Saturday r from the Philippines having boon discharged on account of sickness lMrs A C Withorspoon and daughter Miss Florence of Law renoeburg spent Thursday in this city guest of Mrs Geo A Lqwls Vtij3B Susie Tobin who has been WIRtukCntoWednesday hertiLa pr Miffi Annie aicompfljijlod horiJ haRhOlmhorhomeRev W J Mahonoy of Pleasure GrimyDieLonn ntthenightMrs Ashhel P Welch Mrs W T AlissosNancyhave boon visiting Mrs L B Long mom left Monday for their home In Cynthiana WANTS TO RECRUIT FOR MA RINE SERVICE Lieut O H Rath of tile U S marine corps has opened n recruit- Ing station at 210 West Fourth street Cincinnati Ohio Under the Navy Personnel bill of 1810 the marine branch of service was increased from 1800 to 0000 enlisted men Of this increase 450 are yet to bo recruited The application for service must be between 20 and 85 years of age and average between 5 feet 4 inches and 0 foot 1 inch in height The term of enlistment is five years tho pay being 18 per month for the first two years 14 for the third 15 for the fourth and 10 for the fifth and 20 pot cent in crease whom stationed in foreign possessions The recruit on acceptance into service is soot to the barracks at Washington D C from where after six months of instruction he is placed on one of the battleships or cruisers where he has an oppor tunity to soothe world at the governments expense Unlike any other branch of the navy an en listed man has ample opportunity to becoihe a commissioned officer besides having all tho benefits of tho pension and retirement InwsI CAPITALI ThereIest a corps in the world Yet a French or English shopgirl will sell twice as many goods in tho same time and the customer will cbme again to be served by the same wo mull Why Because she is civil and courteous There is something pitiful as well as ridiculous in the indifference the hauteur the actual rudeness of many of the intelligent young men and women behind our counters Yet civility is their capital By selling gloves or tinware they earn their living and the more civil they are the more they solicMost of my readers know a few saleswomen who haye remained in some of the old business houses until an honored old age and by their ability and courtesy have made for themselves hosts of friends It is a pity that those foolI ish young people could not learn their business from them 4n American Mother in the Novell bor Ladies Home Joull1ulc tPUBLIC 0f Hnrvie Lot Oct 80th at 2 P M L B Marshall 1 Co Antsy TRUE AS GOSPEL Of all tho love affairs In tho world none can surpass tho true love of a big for Ills mother It is pure highestdegreea dutiable affection I mean a love that makes a boy gallant and cour teous to his mother showing to everybody that he is fairly in love with her Next to the love of n husband nothing so crowns arwomans life with honor as this second lovethis devotion of a son t to her I never yet knew a boy to turn bad who began by falling in love with his mother Any man may fall in love with a freshfaced girl but the boy who is a lover of his mother in her middle ago is a true knight NOT TRUE Rumors have been current that there wits a move on foot by the Western Union Telegraph Co toI buyout the Postal Telegraph Cable Co Wo are authorized to announce positively that there is not a word of truth in the rumor as the Cable Co has too good a thing to sell out Harvie Lot Subdivision Salo on Small payments Oct 80th nt 2 P M Sale on premium Corner Moru nnd Wilkinson St L B Marshall s Co Agts Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat1 Mii r Pr r r r tir r tir r r yu nisi 8e suited 1L r Io M m 0t our store = No matter what your size taste or peculiarity We have an 1 r7p H ENORMOUS LINE OF UN f DERWEAR UNION SUITS J AND SINGLE GARMENTS M IN WOOL COTTON AND MIXTURES THE STAN g DARD AND BEST MAKES Our prices are within ijjg the reach of everyone j MrWe also have a coin plete line of Ladies Gents and Childrens Hosiery in wool fleece lined and cotton Our lOc 15c and 25c hose are great values Call Jfi and see our goods 00 r GKaginBro I41 ST CLAIR ST lilt Pure leaf lard goes at 8c per pound Saturday at LangdonCrea- sey Co 7lt It is exasperating to one who has used Foleys Honey and Tar and knows what do to have a dealer recommend something else as just the same or just as good There is nothing just as good for colds coughs croup etc South and Longmoo W McKee Hurdle KENTUCKY TO THE FRONT Mr W B Matthews a brother of Postmaster Matthews of Maysvillo who married Miss Sallie Hays daughter of the late Rey Dr John- S Hays formerly pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of this was last week nominated by he Republicans for City Attorney Los Angeles Gal The nomina tion is equivalent to an election The position pays a handsome sal ary und carries with it the appointment of two assistants Another illustration of tho Kentucky boys success abroad Irish potatoes fine and large only lOc per peck Saturday Oct 27 at LangdonCreasoy Co 7lt CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sopt 8th Whom It Muy Concern Having lost certificate No representing shares of stock No roproHentlng three sharon of stock in the Formers Bank of Kentucky on oa before two months from date I shall ask said tank to issue me new certificates for said tock lost und I hereby call on nil pernonH to show uuiuo why certificates not bo issued 22m A J ALEXANDER HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E Lilly It prominent citi zen of Hannibal Mo lately hud a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he SI YKU I was taken with typhoid rover that run into pneumonia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I ox pocted soon to die of consumption when hoard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great continued to use it nowfum well and strong I cite say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest oijro Jn tho world for all throat lung trouble Regu lar sizes 50 certts and 100 Trial DrugStore STAGG Go BACON 1 Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardwarea Paints Oils Glass Lime CementYMeat Cutters Loaded Shells Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family r Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc t Istaggi A N D This week we opened a considerable ship meat of Laird Scho ber Cos shoes that- will interest you Bacon Laird Schober Co for years have had the reputation of making the finest Ladies Shoes in the world and this year they received the grand yIprize at the Paris Exposition The fall designs are of unusual beauty hi f They are five dollars but the leather is simply superb and the 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 i styles and all sizes and widths ilIt R K McCLURE SON r Frankfort Ky ii FINE COURSE OF LECTURES The ladies of the Improvement Committee of the Methodist Church have secured three of the finest lecturers now on the platform who will lecture inlthis city at the fol lowing times and on tho themes given below Hon Bob Taylor exGovernor of Tenndssee on Thursday evening November 15 subject Fiddle and the Bow Hon Alf Taylor exCongress man brother of exGov Bob on Monday evening December 3d sub ject 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 DepotA series of lectures will be given affording delightful enter tainment and at the same time helping a good cause td TO STOP A COLD Aftor exposure or when you fool a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never fails to stop a cold if taken in time Take nothing else W MoKoe Har Longnnoort Bay a lot on easy payments at Public Sale of HarvieLot October 80th at 2 1 M Sole oil premescB Corner Mpro und Wil kinson Streets L B Marshall Co Agts liIi I WANTEDTwo reliable salesmen in each State traeUngf I position salary und perience not absolutely Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 2 mlqIt THE MOST EXCITING ft iWPMN IN 30 YEARS iS NN 01 BvirybJIy must have a Dilly RaperrThe Campaign Offer of S100 I1ii From N JW to Nov 15 t made by i THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ON LVIThe only Impartial daily in the South 1M REGULAR RATES One month 5Uc Three months 125 Six Months200T-welve ltonths300 Send for Sample Copies THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky Ii is 4 llIjmMlI Ii1ijiI1 a f yr 0i r F JIr 0 w I r g DEATHS HICKS At his homo near Wit lis Texas on Saturday Oct 18 Mr Jack Hicks formerly of this county Iof a congestive chillIMr Hicks county In December 1807 Ho was nn honorable upright man nnd n member of thin Christian Church Tho funeral took place on too Sun lay succeeding his death and the remains were placed In the cemetery at Willis He leaves a wife and eight children two grown sons John and S A Hicks to mourn his death The sympathy of their Kentucky friends go out o them in their afflic tion MULHOLLANDAt his hon o this countyon Saturday Mr J W Mulholland aged about 67 years Mr Mulholland was considered to be one of the best citizens of that portion of the countyupright honorable and conscientious In all his dealings The funeral took place on Tuesday morning and the remains were bur fed In our cemetery 4DltiNEAt Elkins W Va on 4 Thursday night Mr Edward C cDrn e son of the late Judge George CDrano aged about 20 years Mr Drano was a splendid young man His death was sudden and hadrfr t Torturing skin eruptions burns and sores are soothed at once by applying DeWitts Witch Hazel the bosh known cure for piles Beware of worthless coun terfeits South Longmoor W McKee Hurdle MATRIMONIAL ADAMSS H A N N O NAt the home of the brides father Mr 4i Hiram Shannon on Monday even ing October 22 Mr Sutor Adams and Miss Sarah M Shannon were married by Rev George Darsie BARRETJOHNSON Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr Frank Barret and Miss Ella John soft laughter of Mrs WS Johnson which will occur on Wednesday December 12 Miss Johnson Is one of our prot tiest and most lovable girls Frank Barret is a No 1 young noun and is now employed In the engineer corps on Kentucky river at lock No8 MEETING OF DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY The first regular business meeting of the Daughters the Confederacy will be held at the residence of Mrs Lulu B Longmoor on Tuesj Iday afternoon at 2 oclock All m are earnestly requested to attend as the regular annual elec tion df officers will be held MRS JOHN H STUART Secretary I A Perfect Balance IOf mind and body was the Roman idea of perfect health They de fined this balance asna sound mind in a sound body A weak or sickly body tends to drag down the mind to its own level Keep the body in health and the mind will take care of itself The health of the body depends mainly on two things A sound stomach and pure Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery preserves the bal ance of health because it makes the stomach strong and the blood- People who had not had a bodydepressedfect1 by the use ofIt Discoveryjsummer and fall of I became all ron down writes Charles II Sergeant Esq of Plain Madison Co Ohio nerves were out of order and stom DoctorrMedical Discovery I used six bottles and takingitI have not taken medicine of kind and have been able to work every day My good I do burningint bloodlhopeiDr Pierces Med paperr j WHITE SULPHUR At tho sale of tho Cato Mr B F Wilson stock sold very woll Horses brought from 80 to 185 cows from to 40 irs B F Wilson expects to daughter1frsMost of tho farmers are through ploughingfor1Miss Efflo Swlgert who Is attend fromINewman Lucas GeorgtomnOur mail driver on this road has boon running very Irregularly lately foul there is some complaint- nbout it floe mail is due at this place from Frankfort about half past one and it is nearer four oclock when he arrives Mrs B F Wilson and Mrs J WI Wilson spent Wenesay with Mrs Lizzie T Bedford Mrs L T Belford and daughter 011111lIe8h1Anyone wishing to purchase a1 No2 Meek Milam reel in perfect order will please apply to Mrs Bedford FridaylnstGamos near Woodlake Mrs Chas Jones mndo a flying trip to Midway Monday Mr Wallace Harper Is speaking of building on his farm near hero Mr Will Maiford is now making sorghum molasses on his farm Miss Lizzie Dougherty has boon visiting in GeorgetownLOOKER ON It is well to know that DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo will heal a burn and stop the pain at onto It will cure eczema and skin diseases and ugly wounds foul sows It Is a certain euro far piles Counterfeits may be offered you Seo that you got the original DeWltts Witch LongmoorW SILVERJ UBILEE Cards are out inviting friends to attend the sivor jubilee celebration of Rev Father T S Major at tho Church of tho Good Shepherd in this city on Wednesday Nov 14 There will be solemn high mass at 10 a m and a reception will follow at p m- Attention To prepare your sons fora busy life in this bus world send them to- Ellendale Commercial College near Curdsville Ky The college is sit uated in a healthful and refined neighborhood in Daviess county remote from the distractions and temptations of city or town Only InstructoriareemployedWithout are holding good positions Board tuition furnished room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address J E GARDINER A M Pres 46 Gm SUCCESSFUL The meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church closed last Friday night There were twenty one additions to the church Dr Tyler is a splendid preacher and created a profound impression while hero Time church subscribed 800 to tho cause of education LALLEGRO CLUB HOP Wednesday evening Oct 24ththo LAllegroClub of Georgetown gave the second hop at Stones Hull in that city A large crowd of young people from Lexington Paris Cynthlana and Frankfort were present and mummy of time fair and beautiful girls of tho blue grass graced the occasion with their delightful presence Tho Elite Social Club of this city chartered a special train over the F d leaving hero at 880 and returning after the dance Those who attended from this city wore as follows Jas ODell J Ziesmotster J H Lutkomoior H1 Widman A T Chapman Otis Waller W H Wag goner J W Gayle J L rltor Oris Dennis Henry Roy lF DlrnellJHugh FinnpllWill Lewis John Dow NewmanIPhillips W A Lutkomoior Alvin Jett D J McNunmru Misses Mc JuliatmeIWolsonburg Evu Lutkomoior Jessie Goodwin LizJo Sheridan Agnes Thompson OareyI VOGLERS PRECINCT REPUB LICAN CLUB Vo tho underslftond hereby agree to become members of the Voglors Precinct Republican Club and to use our influence and host efforts to secure tho success of the Republican party at tho approaching election 0 C Furl A W Nazor James Taylor Will Price Jacob Burns George Booker Austin Thomas Rogers Monday Warren Grorr Will Nelson Robert Smith George Washington Chits Smith Will Davis Preston Martin Albert Handy John Canaday Times Cana day Daniel Edwards Goo A Lewis Geo Penn Chins Sprinkling Jako Warren Russell Chiles Louis Dent Loft Handy Will Showalter Sim Buokner A M Spies Edmond Miller F Stagg Reuben Taylor Bob Smith Alonzo White Morrison Butcher Henry Stuart Will Taylor Chas N Wlard Will Taylor Henry Black Henry Lee Johnson Jackson Chas JohniFreemontner Ed Chiles Chas E Henry There will ho speaking nt the South Side Colored Methodist oclockIWill Kibble Secretary Will PrIco Asst Secretary Save yonr money and secure a homo by purchasing a lot nt th Stile of Hnrvio Subdivision Oct 30th nt 2 PM Sale on promise Cornor Me ro und Wilkinson L B Marshall t Co Agts ERRORS IN REGISTRATION The following errors are reported In the registration at Gaines Stable precinct This is tho precinctI where last year only Republican officer was removed just preceding tho elec DomoIger and inspector were both denied admission to the polling place Jas Smith registered W should be C Ben Carroll registered W should be C Tom Calvin regis tered from 280 Mero street should be 834 Winston Hawkins C registered as Wilson Hawkins Armstei d Holmes registered as W should be C Robt Buteherr glstered as W should be C Squire Reed C regis tered 444should be 434 Ennis Berry C registered as 225 High should be 625 James Mason C registered as 838 Blanton should be 328 Bland Pleasant reglstereclas Bland Blos ant Dave Wallace registered as 51 Holmes as C D corrected at county clerks office in registration books since registration to read A A Wallace 581 Holmes as W D The investigation is still progres sing 17 pounds best granulated sugar for at Langdon Creasey Co 7lt ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is a list of advertised letters for the week Gliding Oct 27 1000 Aker Ed- Atlkns Geo W Bowman Miss Lowoster Branham Joe Bramhill Miss Minnie Brooks Mrs Lizzie Brovn Mason Conlin Hamilton S Co Coovort W D Davis Miss Lizzie Everett E- Foerdorer Robert H Gilbert Sammie Grudwuhl Miss Florence Gumbert Nathan Hastings John 11 Jr Henry Robert Hicks Thomuas Hodges Miss Francis M Hudson Phavis Lee Miss Edna Leitch Miss Hattie Lewis John Lewis John H Lewis Mrs Addle McoDwoll Mss Alice Mitchell B Morton Nora Ruckles William Patton Miss Ellen Rossoll Miss Nettie GeorgeScott B Scyhtlo Miss Mary Shea John W Shucks Miss Elsie Southgate Eddie CharleyTriplet Ward Frank Wouhtm LauraIs P M FOR SALE Largo silo Radiant Homo Airblast Heating Stove In perfect condi tiononly used one season Apply at his office 7itiii I OtN Oler Crrk Rate = l1li 0th TAYlOR WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND r WHISKEYS IS TilE THE illrDABHlgols Y GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM E H TAYLOR JR I SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY t IT IT THE LAST GHEH SUMMER EIGU SIOHI Springer Music Hall and Exposition Buildings in which the Fall Festival has just terminated so successfully i Round 125 TriP TO CINCINNATI t GreatFriday Night ISt 1Friday Night RateaSpecial train leaves Harriman Junction 1125 p m J 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 Junction and Georgetown for returning excursionists 4 VISIT THE QUEEN CITY Its the last chance for a low rate this season The attrac tions at Cincinnoti include the Zoological Gardens new collection of animals just received from Hagenbacks famous collec tion Fort Thomas one of the finest millitary posts the United States now occupied by the 2nd infanntry Eden Park now in beautiful autumn dress the Art Museum Hilltops etc Ask Ticket Agents for further particulars J MURPHY W C RINEARSON General Manager Genl Pass Agent CINCINNATI Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest snlo of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were BCnrp and they seldom heard of appendicitis nervous prostration or hvart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out tin system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is nil they took when feeling dull and hud with headaches and other aches You only need a few loses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied the 0 is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly i SEE ANTE- HOW t in W For SaleEA first class hycicle fl9 model ll ler is offered for sale Apply at this ofllce tf OSTEOPATHY Richard P Bnckmaster D 0 Graduated under der of Osteopathy Kirksvillei1To oppositoCustumKagin Broa dry goods store Oftlce hours 9 a m to 5 p m Evening hours 7 to 9 Telephone No 115 Consultation tree 14tf- Rhea noAc 1lM SVIDnl- flt3ia Sd3dsJO IOPOl p r t Tll Frankfort RoundaMUtI Eaten lat tier 1I tytlt ut Frankfort K n tUck naHoi n lrlut nunlablf matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub J PRANKFORT OCT 27 THE NEW ELECTION LAW House Bill No 19 embracing r some good innonclm nts to the pros ont election lnv became a law Fri afternoon and as it contains fan emergency clause it becomes effective at onqe The most impor tant amendments are The furnishing of paper of 80 p lands weight by tho Secretary of State to the county clerks of the State which the clerks are to use in the ballots furnished by them to tho precinct election officers and pro viding a penalty of 500 fine and six months imprisonment in the county Jail for failure of tho clerk to use the paper furnished him The preservation of both voted and spoiled and questioned ballots by the county clerks for a period of six months after tho election or in case of a contest until the same is settledThe placing of a circle under the devices on the ballot instead of tho square heretofore used I Making it a felony for a county clerk to fail to place tho name of the regular nominee of a party un der the device of that party on the ballot and fixing his punishment ponlteutiaryr at confinement at three years in the Requiring a person whose right to vote has boon chnllonged to make an affidavit that ho is entit thePdavit shall be laid before time grand jury of the county at the first term of the court following the election Making it a misdemeanor pun ishable by a fine of not less than hfor any election officer refusing to allow any challenger bearing tho credentials of his pnrtfrom dis rIcharging his duties as such dial lenger r Makes any officer giving out an improper certificate of the result of the election guilt of felony punish ablo by confinement in the penitentiary not less than one nor more than throe years Makes any county clerk who tamper with ballotbox or destroys same guilty of felony forfeits office and confines him in peniten tiary not loss than one nor more than three years Makes it a felony for tampering with ballots or adding ballots to i those counted and punishes by con finement in tho penitential not loss than one nor more than three years Make it a felony for any person 10 ATTEMPT TO OR PREVENT any voter from casting his ballot OffiIlerR mornmIf this nI be lM eau for complaining of- Plction thitt DontGet Get fat get nice and plump there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your foodworks winter is coming to try your breathmill Fall is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky look out Look out for colds espec iallyScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the subtlest of helps It is food the easiest food in the world it is more than food it helps you digest 1your food and get more nutri ment from it Dont get thin there is safety in plumpness Man woman and child snmpleItsSCOTT nOWNE Chemists Pearl Street New York Sec and Jiooj all druggist ir I I i otI Xi LI DESJSItVED J onSmrEN1 n Ffl ny last Air Clarence E Woods of Rithmond was reelect cl Grand Rpiorde1 of the brand Council of Sigma Nu This is a It served oiulorsment of an oilloiont and able ollloor who is devoted to tho interests of the society Wo tender our sincere congratula goodIcoughingone should tell you thnt von noocl u CoughRemedy possibloItW Gayle Druggist FINE FARM SOLD Mr Oscar Farmer as administrator of his father Mr Thos Farmer sold the homestead con taining some 400 acres of fine land to Mr John Hostetter of Fagotto count for 18800 opual to cash This is one of the best improved farms in that end of time county The sale was made on Friday last This is the season when mothers croupItCough Cure which children like WIMcKee As everybody knew beforehand the jury in tho Youtsey case at Georgetown roturned a verdict- on Saturday morning sentencing him Another to prison for lifoJreward fund and to place the money in tho pockets of Golden Culton Noaks Campbell et id omnu genus Next Dr W H Lewis Luwrencevllle Va writes I am using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my among severe cases of IncllgestionI and find it an admirable remedy DyeIpepsindigests what you eat nnd alloys you to eat all the good food you need providing you do not over load your stomach Gives instantrelief and a permanent cure South Longmoor Hurdle WON PREMIUM Mr Geo L Payne won one of the handsome premiums at the Louis yule Horse Show on his splendid young buggy mare He is justly proud of his victory INEW PAPER We are In receipt of a copy of a new paper published at Augusta Brackon county It is an eight page six column and judging from Itsadvertise meats and general makeup prom Isos to be a lively member of tho pross gang It is edited by Messrs A F Cumin and W T Abbott Wo wish tho uow concern all sorts of prosperity The best method of cleansing tho liver Is the use of tho famous little pills known as DoWitls Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe South Longmoor W McKoe HardieIOn Monday afternoon two lads by JJo01Htrdf1JJromloy dock of cards at one of tho in the lower part of the town whonl Thomas Bromley was shot b brother in tho top of tho head and Instantly killed him Tho shooting had such a bad look about it though claimed to ho accidental that Leonard was arrested and lodged in jail BROUGHT HERE On Tuesday morning Mr Hoary Youtsey who was convicted at Georgetown lust Saturday of tho murder of Goebol and sentenced to life imprisonment was brought to this city on the Frankfort Cin cinnati Railway and placed In the room formerly occupied by Col D G Colson In our jail Youtsoy regained consciousness on Monday and wits placed on a cot and taken on bqard the curs Tues lay morning When tho sheriff and his prisoner reached this city time cot was placed in a spring wagon and taken to tho jail followed by time guards Youtsoy was exceedingly weak and wits covered up very closely in tae bcd jForWo a most ex elusive and complete variety of Mens Boys and Childrens Cloth ing Mens Suits and Overcoats at 750 1000 12501500 up to 2000 IeVe have added sev fine makes of clothing to our stock One of them is the celebrated make of Alfred Benjamin Co of New YorkThese goods are known by every clothier to be as fine as any clothing made nothingbut Pet Clothing Every suit and ov ercoat can be relied on to be perfect fit ting and stri- ctlyUp I I ToDate The prices on Al fred Benjamin Cos suits and overcoats range from 1350 to 2000 IBut when you get them you will garment that you will be proud of NewFall E Hats Furnishing goods and woolens for suits to order udsons Cor Main and St Clair Frankfort K- yLca6nAc Jk Bc AnRic A f 1 LEXING110N C0aR BREWERS OF PINE PEERS Which in Quality and Flavor Are ANY DEERMADE EQUALTO THE LAND CALL FOIL IT TUB PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry P ROBINSON t FniiikforUiTt Sept lyIi 4 i JENZ iliThOJ JN MILES Sec STreasAug 18ly i Thos K Robb v Piano e MoverI enltureI Packing and Orating Carefully Done br- y Experienced Men Good Service Mod Lociilg ILIKTJIfL I Graduate in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery diseases of domestic animals treated on scientific principles IAll Diseases of OFFICE Hogs a Specialty THOMPSON BROS I LIVERY STABLE MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Spare Women In former years when thin women wished to gain flesh and roundness of form they would take warm baths I and follow this by rubbing into tho skin cod liver oil Now they em ploy the more elegant way of buying ocbtts Emulsion und taking it internally It increases the weight of thin babies and delicate children I PIANO FOR SALE A Chickorlng square piano for sale cheap to DrJ O Rob I inson 127 Ewing street 02t Try the Capital Steam Lana dry for a clean shirt or collar Telephone 17 16tJ = IKodalDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or guns It is the latest discovereddigest aut and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand all other results of Imperfect digestion Price 500and1 size contains SU times small size Book allabout dyspopslamiiUodf ree Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Chicago SOtTH IONGM Oil V McKEE HAUDIh Ha Do Limitations upon Residence Travel and Oc patron PayableinGoia PaidUp Insurance Values Important y features OF- Union mutual Policies OF LIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY from date of issue Grace in Premium Payments nsb Ualwes Loan Ualue extension of Insurance- by terms of the Maine non Yorfeitnre taw Every one of these I definite and clear Just hateand plainlytold iexist as to ones misunder i standing but everything is explicitly set forth in voci CIge FTER Three Years UNION MUTUAL toPayProndumaMAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW e without Action of tho Policyholder contlnu r log the insurance for a otlme HRODIE1MRnRger and Terson KyTOHN t Frankfort icy Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go ton wanner anti moro regular climate Yes if possible il not possible for you then in either take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in cairn IIIUligermdiseasedances Irtsy expectoration gives a good nights rest and emvs the patient Try one bottje Recom mended ninny years by nil druggists in the world For sale by S JJ Holmes 4ly ri E GRODERIES SUOU RS f 3uT LOWEST PRICES JOH1VBRISCOLLS I To Our Old Froondsand Patrons nlmiJ I We have opened the only exclusive funeral and parlors in he city and with our long experience and Jt 4 modern equipment will be ale to render unsurpassed servi-ce Our friends and the public generally are cordially 4 invited to call and inspect our apartments 4 Special attention will be given to night calls by Lyman Graham residence 218 Todd Street phone 247and B GKj v Graham residence 428 Shelby Street j Chapel for use of patrons Lady Attendants Rubber j Tire Funeral Car J Your patronage is earnestly solicited Respectfully 1 Mrs A1 Jud Graham Son JTelephone 247 334JMain St Opp Engine House Frankfort I w r rj J I 5 IL AMUSEMENT NOTES The Capital Theatre will he clurk until aft r the election na the lessees wisely concluded not to book anything for thnt exciting time The Frankfort public aro showing- their appreciation in a substantial manner of the offorts of the Blnn ton BroR to provide them with first class shows Thp attendance hits steadily increased since the thoatro opened and Suporba played capacity toI comIJfiny strongIestplays at popular prices Do not got scared if your hoart troubles Most likely you suffer from indigestion Kodol Cure digests what you the wornout stomach 1Dyspopsin It is the only prepar that completely dl classes of foods that is why it cures tho worst cases of Indigestion and stomach trouble after maybenot help but do you good South HnrdieIlaADJOURNED That great and only aggregation of freaks known as the Legislature of Kentucky adjourned sine die on t Monday last at 3 80 colock wasrthe vacancy in tho State Election Board ocasioned by the resigna tion of Mr M IC Yontz On Monday the Republicans named Hon A M J Cochran of Maysvilie for the place As soon as the Democrats found that Mr Cochran was to be elected they re fused to answer to their names fbroke the quorum and forced an adjounnmont sine die without an election ARRESTEDJAILED A colored man by the name of J J W Jones was arrested and lodged in jail on Monday afternoon charged with insulting a white woman 4OOW KILLED BY STREET CARI rAcow belonging tMr Torn Bal r lew was straying on the track of the street cars on Holmes street on Monday afternoon when one of the cars ran over anti killed her j YrTIMrLIfE t l f The father s Gone for the doctor The mother Alone with her suffer ing child Willthedoctor come p When there is croup in housetget the doc tor quick enough Its too dangerous to wait Dont make such a mis 4 44take again it may cost a Always keep on hand a dollar bottle of 1 lr elJliIt cures the croup at once Then when anyone in the family comes gown with a hard cold or cough a few doses of Ifthe Pectoral will cut the attack at once A 25 cent bottle will cure a miserable cold the SOc size is better for a cold that has been hanging on the dollar site on head About 25 I camp near dying with consumption but was cured with Ayers Cherry Pectoral since whtah tlmo havo keptAyer medicines In tho houea and rocom mend them to all friends MATUEWSONI vtI anyrl t doctortroelyDr J 0 Arun LowoU Mass t f atiJ Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE LOGAL TIME TABLE In Effect October 5th 1B99 =IjNo5 UK 311 lVO 185 4m 155 215 422 2N 41 43 = 449 IiIOJ IAn 726 731 740 760 R20 830 Dally Except Sunday Lv rWdntctntown HlHliom 3tiimpIngGrountt Johnson CS Dapotvb Vewtown Centervllle Elizabeth Ar Paris CJv connects L k N f120cBetween Frankfort and Cincinnati A3rI r LvFratlklortAr n1in ArGeorgetownLv808 LvGn nvnAr 616 55U 720 1005 ArClnclnnatl Lv 830 400 EXSENATOR SHERMAN DAD Hon John Sherman exSenator from Ohio died in Washington City on Monday morning 7 oclock Mr Sherman was an able and upright man and had rendered great service to the country his life of prominence and longI public life He had been a member of Congress Sennor Secretary of Treas ury and Secretary of State He had a great desire to become President and because of his failure to obtain the nomination for that office ho became somewhat soured in his later years His record as a public servant one that any man might proud of CAME NEAR DYING u For three days and nights I suffered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowtherclerk of the district court Centervllle IowaIII 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 entirely I wont 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 the office is to write to the manufacturers this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you the splendid medicine you make s is for sale by J W Gavle Druggist TEACHERS MEETING The following is the programme the Meeting the Forks of Elkhorn district to con vene at Jott Saturday October 27 1000 Devotional Exercises Welcome Address Lee A Owen Response County Superintend entObject of these Meetings By the Chairman Essay Mamlo Gallohuo Select ReadingUna Sudduth Advanced Grammar Recitation Conducted Bonnie Hoekonsmith Advanced Arithmetic Recitation Conducted by E R Jones Noon Recess subject selected by the writer Mrs Orutcher Reading Recitation Conducted by Nary Hearn Language Work Lilian Thomp son Five Minutes Talks by Teachers and Visitors Subject assigned after speaker takes the floor What Subjects if Any should Added to the Present Common School Curriculum Mrs Endora L South IWo are hoping to have with us Hon H V McChesney S P S L Froggo of the FrankfortCity Schools The teachers city and county as woll us nIl friends of education are cordially invited to pros and to take part in the exercises Come lot us reason together E R JONES VicoPresident IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER Under the new law those person desiring to vote the WHOLE ticket their party must put their stamp IN THE CIRCLE under the device and not in the square as heretofore Remember this and you will have your vote counted as for time whole ticket of your cholco- MISSIONARY TEA Irrho Womans Auxiliary of Ascen sion Church will give a Missionary Ton on Tuesday afternoon October IOtliat 4 oclock p in in tho Parish Houso Tho public are cordially invltod to attend tr II IA 2 1100 1111 1043 063 930 71No4 I7rtol 550 590 Jllxil No6 An 915 lr55 7il 1r with a 340 aiO 710 300 488 745 617 585 750 1027 at in he was be me of of of be bo nt of 626 555 IGas Stoves For Sale Two gas stoves suitable for bath rooms or ApptyatBlue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 gardenTreesmental Asparagus vines small fruits and about tho home country or In town No agents and rock bottom to tho planter Catalogue on application to Oct 128m H F HrtLENJiKTEn LEXINGTON KyI SERIOUS ACCIDENT We regret ro learn that Mr John Cannon son of Esq W L Cannon of Woodford county near Midway was badly hurt by a runaway horse on Monday It appears that young Cannon was attempting to change the bridle on his horse which was hitched to his buggy when the animal began to rear and caught Cannons arm between the shaft and his side It then dashed off running through a closed gate smashing the buggy and releasing young Cannon from his dangerous position but seriously hurting his arm side and leg He is doing nicely now however and expects soon to be out again IT MAY SAVE YOUR ILFE A dose or two of Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneumonia grip or severe cold if taken in time Cures coughs colds oroup Ingrippo hoarseness difficult breathing whoopingcough- incipient consum asthma or bronchitis Gives positive relief in advanced stages of consumption asthma or bronchitis VALUABLE WALNUT TREE T J Congleton Bro havo been offered 500 per thousand foot for one of their curloy walnut trees on their largo tract of timber land none Boattyvillo Ivy Exports have os timated it to contain 8000 feet or more A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION Removes everything in sight j so do drastic mineral pills but both aro mighty dangerous Dont dyna mite the delicate machinery of vour body with calomel croton oil or aloes pills when Dr Kings New Life Pills which are gontJfl as a summer breeze do the work perfectly Cures headache constipation Only 25 cents at J W Gaylos drug store DONT FORGET That the supplemental registra tion days are Monday Tuesday and Wednsoday next Oot 29th 80th laid lUst youIDo you- Coughcure aIDr or Cold at once Conquers Crou WhooplnffCough and Measle Cough without praise it Doctors prescribe it for Bronchi tis Hoarseness Grippe Pneumonia and Consumption It gives quick sure results Price 25 eta Refuse the dealers substitute it is not asjjood Dr1BuI1sOough Always cures when others fail Dr Dulls Pills cure Constipation nnd Lives Troubles 50 pills 10 eta Trial box 5 eta SOUTHERN RftlLffiY IN KENTUCKYC- ondensed Schedule Effect O90D No h No6 NO 3 LvLouisville 745am 400pm 74 pm Ar Shelbyvllle 910am 632pm 005pm Ar Larencebg 950am 625pm 945pm Ar Versailles lolCam 047pm 1004pm Ar Lexington 1O45am 715pm 103opm WBSTHODND No 0 T l 0 Lv Lexington 730am 435pm 515am Ar Versailles 755am 502pm 533am Ar Larencebg asoam 530pm 553am Ar Snelbrvlllo 910am 015pm 030am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm TOara WESTBOUND No 13No TTI iNo 12 No it 400pm 745am 740pm 1040am 625pm 1000am Lv SI 530pm atOara 715pm 1043am Ar 440pm 720am 730pm 1055amlAr Burgin 430pm 710am WESTBOUND No 15ltNo67l STATIONS INolOHNo68 740pm532pm647pm 1025am Lv Veralles Ar 750am 502pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 34Opm 740pm 1150am Ar Oeorgtn Lv 700am 310pm KASTBODND tNOTtNor571 STATIONS tNo I745am 400pm Lv Louisvll Ar 1040am 740pm 6OpmItream1158pm 830pm Ar Rlcnmnd Lv 005am 31Opm lOapm Ar Irvine Lv 153pm STATIONS No No Lv Louisville 74Aam 745pm Ar Lexington 1045am 1030pm Ar Knoxville 700pml 745am Ar Asheville MOaml 110pm Ar Savannah 515am Ar Jacksonville 025am Lv Chattanooga 005pm 62 iam Ar Atlanta 1025pm 1150am Ar Macon 1255am 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am 1000pm Lv Chattanooga a10pm 045am Ar Birmingham 1005pm 1145am Ar Meridian 23oam 920pm Ar New Orleans asOaml No 3 through sleeping car Louisville to Bir mingham via Lexington and Chattanooga- No 5 free observation ehatr car LouUvllla LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington to 0IBirmingham to Louisville via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burcin daily- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos and dally Nos and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles NIcholasville Rich mood and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSGANNON3d VPftOM J M CULPT M Washington D C Washington DC WATCHKOPA WMHTATLOHAGPA- Wuhtuuton D C Louisville ItJ1 C ft 0 TIME TABLE 1a01 II Shelbyville It Louisville NORTH INo NoI 1Lv 15152U NOI Louisville 880 OCSheloyvllle 928 700 Frankfort 1018 740 Lexington 1115 84C trains to Louisville aud way stations 550 trains Louisville and way stations 937 trains to Louisville and way stations 304 pm trains to Louisville 909 I0 trains Louisville 8131 pmL trsjns Lexington and stations 9r3L aniwaydation trains east 1018 trains east 740 BITE mI IL itTIMK TvllLE SOUTH i 22 ir L N a m L N to a m L N 0 O a w O to N to m p m C O a m O 0 p A V l11INo171 No19 Jl uv Lexington Il FrotIktort30492J7 50CurtHtlnntburg 622 nCt0 8IIiur1tl41 It LoulaUit iNo1el No20 P31 LonlsvlUt 2014tO Anchorage 2S7 jnlnlt 3J4j 825 523 lUtlllICti 852 5 4Kttcristluueburg 912 606 49f 950 642 07t1025f Wholesale and Retail I have opened up the largest stock of groc eries in the city which I will sell at rock bot torn prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SCOTTOW flJJUM and WUIte Habits cured At home without Book of tticulan sent FREE BM WOOLLEY co ruual ar os North Pryor 81 J IIIIIiII TIOUISIItrHtWuaraCSiuaoRrCa it ll 1tfTIIE FAVORITE LINE RO LOUISVILLE = Elegant train equipment of luxuriousfir Parlor and Dining Cars and Wagner Palace Drawing Sleeper For tickets rates nn Roomieral Information by prospective sengers to all the vast includingCALIFORNIA Friink J Reed G P A C H Rockwell Traffic Mgr t W H MDoel P G M t Address E H Bacon D P A Louisville Ky Burlington RouteB- ESTTRAINS TO 1 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 Seals Free F M Tray Pniwr Agt St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen MKrSttJoulsMo L W WAHELEY Gen Pass Agt St Louis Mo The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis And all Points West Northwest k and Southwest The line running three double dailY Evansville without change with high trains to direct linebuck roaches and parlor car trainsdailydoubleLouis runningto St and Pullmanwith Dock Slat coaches through without change TIckets OtSleepers solo at N this city inforTna s route sleeping car berths eta to rotesLion us call on A V H to agent L N R R or ad dressB L BRYANT T P A L J IRWIN G A vine ItXINGTON EASTERN LOCAL TIME TABLE RYrIEFFECTIVE MAY 20TH EAST BOUND 2 DailyEx INOP U RLexington 2 25 7 45d pt CWinuli Montrose Xvon cettyrF810 11240 2M FS1V listltttol L E Tunotlpn PioltL FVlfc F S 9 0001ttv 8 50 0 18 RFileon r F4l2F021rDundee 4HOF047 Natural Bride p W 0 64 Gltmouirn F 80 068 Torrent 08 Ftllcnstlo F j 08 FIO 2 1Junction 611 29Bonttyvillo iUo Lv 460 00AIB 0 G Ry Ar 640 St Hrtjns 6 F10 89 t F 6 F10 AthoT 5 50 OaMnlo F6 50F11 Elkntnvrn 007F1122 Tnolt80n 615 80 WEST BOUNDS Ex SunDaily ID Lv Jackson 0 2 25 00 Elkatawn OSJF283 Onkdalo F 6 49 F 2 49 r 82 u Athol 060 260 rou F 7 F 8 04 u St Melons 710 F 8 10 70u Beattyvillo Junction 7 8 26 villo 00 8 0t BOG Ry tAr 640 67 Lv Fincastlo F783P883 6JU Torront 7 8 47 58u F 7 6j F 8M 67u Natural Bridge F 8 01 65U Dundee 8 F ro FiLson 810 4ju Rasslyii F820F425 11U Stanton 8 83 4 00 40u O1ny City 8 4 89 83u Indian Fields 8 SOP 64 2i L E Junction 0 5 03 23 Mistletoe 023F515 20u 029 520 14u Wynndotto043P583 11u Avon o Montrose F 9 53P5 o Ar Lexington 0 05P74 Royal Flouring MillsrMANUFACTURERS 4f Flour Meal Sliipstulf oru Oats and clayS iand 525 Main Phone 84 251rv ZJf ii 3rI fIJ eeee f fJii t f to 0 ececeeceeerIIIrlI riIF YOU ARE COMINGt t e ee a + RELIGIOUS T S cOP A L sistant Minister Holy Communion 9 n mIprayer sermon 780 p and adult Bible class at 945 a Snints t Morning prayer and holy commimion 11 a m Evening prayer and Bible Lesson at 780 oclock are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST M B pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Wednesday night at 780 oclock in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially in vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m meet in the chapel at 645 Lender Susan Crutcher TopicDo Not Endeavor Society meets at 380 in the chapel Wednesday night at Saving Our State and be cordially wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 780 a m High mass 10 a in Vespers at 780 p m mot FIRSTCHURCH Mr H A Sosevear Gen Secretary Y LI C A will i speak t 11 n m Special music No evt ing at 945 a in Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 045 p m Wednesday oven at 780 The pulbic cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a in and 780 p in meets at U801T m Epworth League in room at p Wednesday night at 755 Official Board meets Tuesday evening The public cordially invited to at tend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 at 980 a in 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 tho public is cordially invited THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP EL WEST every by some one of the at 280 Thursday evening at 780 of safety the household that uses One Minute Cough Cure the harmless remedy that produces immediate results It is for coughs colds croup and all throat I lung troubles It win prevent con Soutli Longmoor W MoKee Hardie 1 Jtn r This way it will pay you to step in ands e what we are You will benefit yourself by in our line If you are in need ofa Watch a piece of Jewelry Cut Glass Clocks you must visitFrankfortiuterest to do so i i M A SRUBRRT aII JEVVELEReeeeeeeeeee iie eeececeee eeeeeee ASCENSION McQreaclyhector 111ain- Sundayschool m- ThursdayAll eveningTo CHURCHRev Prayermeeting Sundayschool DynamiteChristian WorryJunior Prayermeeting NeighborhoodThe CHURCHThe PRESBYTERIAN service- Sundayschool Prayermeeting Sundayschool Sundayschool m- Prayermeeting PRESBYTERIAN m- Sundayschool SIDEPreaching Sundayschool Prayermeeting 4Feolins J showing specting Silverware Toiletware Directory of Benevolcn Organizations IJR 0 u A M Meets every Saturday night at 8 oclock in north hall ot Odd Fellows VisitingbrethrenF L GUTHRIE R S J MASONIC 111meotsnights in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street ut 7s0IM P BEN T FARMER Sectv Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter NoI 3 meets the first Thursday night i 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 ut 730 M P BROWN M BEN T FARMER Recorder Frankfort Commandery No4 K T meets the third night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730FRANK W KEYES E 0 HENRY F LiNDSEYRecorder i o o F everyMondaypie St Clair street at 730 B G MOORE N G W S ROSCEN Secty Frankfort Lodge No 28 meets every Tuesday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 B S GAINES N G EUGENE WOLFF Secty Oriental EncampmentNo10 meets second and fourth Thursday night in each montn at 730 OHAS KEHR H P EUGENE WOLF Recorder KNTJHTS 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 G A NELSON K R KNIGHTS OF HONOR Frankfort Lodge No 10I Knights of Honor meets every second and fourth Friday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 W B BRIDGEFORD Die 0 A NELSON Recorder A o u w M kElkborn Lodge No4 meets in north hall of Odd Fellows every Thursday night at 730 TempleI A W NAz0R JAS McEwAN Recorder B 01uLhe Frankfort Lodge No 530 meets every Wednesday nights at 730 oclock in Odd Fellows Temple- C 0 REYNOLDS E R G L BARNES Secretary The lack of energy you backache and a run down comhtion generally nil mean kidney disorder Foleys Kidney Cure will restore your strength and vigor by making the kidneys wel South Long moor McKee Hurdle Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co Ifyouare alloverand dont know just what nils you Its ten to one your kidneys nre out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring health and energy South Long moor W McKee Hardie t Dr R P BuckmasterI Will be in his office in this city on Monday Wednesday and Friday of trpatIment For 310IA new style doubleseat trap and cheapApply Fatality Follows Failure to use Foley Kidney Cur in time If taken in earlier stages of Brlghts di else and diabetes it is a certain highdeathit Is not wise to ignore early symp toms when a sure medicine like Foleys Kidney Cure cnn be had South k Longmoor W McKee Hardie ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers DiS1trtlsinJtDo scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Hash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Vailing Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B JJotanlca Blood Balm which lakes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal 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 furrrhor oughly tested for 30 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advied to give li B B a trial For sule by druggists at SI per large bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and tree personal medical advice given OTFor Sale by W McKee Bardi- c481y 2ISOW 6ow Peas SOIL WE HAVE LARGE STOCKS of these and other Seasonable Seeds such as Oerman end Pearl nlUeta Sofia and Velvet Beans Seed Corn Teoslnte Sorghums nlllo Maize Buckwheat Etc Write for prices and iuterestgcatalogue WOOD STUBBS Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY FOR SALE A sliding window awning New and in good condition Apply at this office fOil SOLE U BENT IT HB Miburbnn homo known ns Point Breeze adjoining limits of Frankfort Most beautiful ciiiio overlooking both the city itd Kentucky river BrIck house of twelve rooms LAND CeWillrent furnishedAdd essRKSIUN l1H8 WM UOD1IAX- 16tf Frankfort Ky For Whooping Cough Both my children were taken with whooping rough writes Mrs 0 E Dutton of Danville IllHA small bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar gave such relief that I used a 50 cent bottle which saved me a doctors bill Nothing else so good South Lngomoore W McKee Hurdle THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER t EVERYBODY TAKES ITiEVERYBODY READS ER Subscription Only 1 Per Years OUR JOB DEPARTMENT if BINDERY Blank Book of all kinds gotten up fa 4bt4ribfrt style oil the art Old Books and Muaic bound it iHWfc fftUfl Job 1 f Wwrk t n ikilioiteL v tN SBfcfc 5k I T tr t of I d 7LI r CIVIL LIBERTY By VoiwMurray Editor Roundabout I again enclose you an extract from history concerning Mr Joffer son and his letter to tho King in 1778 the art of government IMrDeclaration of independence what lie meant by being honest Tho Ultimatum was issued tho 4th of July 1775 and has never boon repealed annulled or sot aside and 1sas much in force in Kentucky OS it WAS tho day it was proclaimed t in Liberty Hall in Philadelphia Now tho things which I write you behold before God I He not Lon will fight and die for liberty anti then put men in office who will rift them of It Behold Kentucky today wrho principle contended for by the parliament was tho absolute power and right of Great Britain to bind the colonies in all cases what over What are tho principles of tho sedi tious citizens In Kentucky today under tho cloak of tho Goobol Dom ocracy One anti the samoGreat Britain with the colonies Popular commotions prevented the landing of the stamp act papors which had boon sent from England to be used in all processes before r the judicial courts Where wore the courts that they did not issue Injunction process against the popular commotions of that day Wo fail to road of a sin gle judge moving In the matter Why wore they silent Today popular commotions against Injus tice and oppression are criminal t offenses when theft of offices are t be committed against tho voice of the people expressed at the polls How the mighty have fallen t From National Portrait Gallery rvol 11 Philadelphia D Rice and A N Hart 1859 Thomas Jefferson page 4uIn the early part o 1778 the first organized system colonial resistance was established by the formation of committees o correspondenco in the different provinces This plan was devised and arranged by Mr Jefferson who privately assembled some of th bolder spirits of the State wonder I they wero mountaineers at a house called the Raleigh tavern in Richmond and suggested It to them 1that is foiolblo resistance It was eagerly adopted and its benefits became strikingly apparent when In the following year the measures of the British government showe the increased necessity of unite and resolute resistance The passage of the Boston por test tho bills which immediately followed it had filled up tho measure of Insult and oppression How about the Goefcol Bill U At this crisis not content with his labors which were constant as d n member of the Legislature lie wrote and published A Sum I mary View of the Rights of British America This he designed as exposition to bo laid before the British sovereign of tho wrongs in flicted on America and the sort of redress she would demand U breast sir hoOpen your says addressing the KingC to liberal and expanded thought It behooves s you to think and not for your people The great principles of right and wrong are legible to every reader to pursue them requires not the aid of many counsellors What of the wrong in Kentucky today wlho whole art of government consists in the art of being honest Is this the Jefferson the Democ racy of Kentucky today get their 1 d Wtsking Willow Furniture tad + Wicker Chairs WMtrckalrteooa become lolled but they sse be eteaaed to look like now with Gold Dust Washing Powder ai warm watatt Use a scrubbing brush when becomes tba 11tolled get fresh follow 1tra soft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry Iroa beds can also be washed by this but must be wiped dry quickly aboft u tskn tam or ins beotht anus roB UOUKWOW BttttratoanqtiMt to 4 K OMseoe ult Nw Yrk Radon II t Democracy from If they would do well to follow what ho writes to the Lang In 1778 as above quoted about being honest Thoy are tho reverse of Jefferson and his art of government for they are wholly dishonest and have boon so for years until a revolution is waiting at Kentuckys door to comp ih on the least provocation und it will come In too For this publication Lord Dun threatIlature who had by their resolutions sustained the same doctrines When the conciliatory propositions of the British ministry were sent out in the following year the Legislature was again assembled and they were referred to a committee who medi ately presented a reply from tho pen of Mr Jeflersotn This docu ment which is to be found in the histories of that period has ever been considered as a state paper of the highest ordorjand it announced In a great degree the same sentients as those which its author after wards promulgated in the Declara tion of independence It was hardly drawn up when ho was culled to a wider scene The colonies had determined to unite together and send delegates to a general Con gress In this body then in ses sion at Philadelphia Mr Jefferson took his seat on the 21st of June 1775 and became immediately what he always continued to be one of its most distinguished members- In the following summer the debates of Congress and tho various expressions of public sentiment showed that the time had arrived for a final and entire separation from Great Britain and a commit tee was appointed to draft a resolu MroJefferson was chairman and pre pared in conformity to the instruc tions of Congress the Declaration of Independence which after a few alterations was adopted on the 4th of 1776 thefartdof honest Askelontas well as the far off provinces counties that they may know beingQsieve me dear sir there is not in the whole British empire a man who cherishes more cordially than I do the union with Great Britain but by the God who made me I would cease to live rather than ac prOdneither motives nor power to de glare and maintain our separation It is the will that we lack and that Is growing little by little under the RingIt culminated in the Declaration of Independence Jul 4 1776 In that instrument Jefferson informed the King he meant when he wrote him in 11778 when he said U tho whole tar government consists in tho art o IIof honest It was in which the King could no misunderstandNorth Independence was achieved by a now phenomenon in tho history of mankind by selfformed selfconstituted and selfgoverned Demooraacy It differs very much indeed from the Democracy of Kentucky today The people governed themselves Now they are governed by tho elec tion commissioners the Legislature the bosses and tho ono man rule I1Hhere wore leaders of the people in tho several colonies and after wards of tho States in the Continen I Housworkis ham work withoutCo1dDust 11 It tal Congress There was a Continental army a Continental navy und a Continental currency agouti factors and soldiers but the living soul tho vivifying spirit of the wholo was a steady firm resolute inflexible will of the people Not the boss and the convention man Marching through fire and sword pestilence and famino and bent to march wore It through the wreck of matter and tho crush of worlds to Independence Washington to Capt McKenzie I can testify as a fact that hide pendence is neither the wish nor the interest of this colony Massa chusetts or of any other of the colonies separately or collectively But at the same time you may rely upon it that none of them will over submit to tho loss of those pri vilogos of those precious rights which are essential to the happiness of every free State On the 18th of April1775at night When the Kings troops on ap proaching Lexington expected to lay hands upon two ofthe principal movers Samuel Adams and John Hancock they came into collision in tho n gut with a corps of militia blocking the way The Americans taking no notice of the order given them to retire tho English troops at the instigation of their officers a few men fell War was begun be tween England and America Some few days later the town Boston was besieged by an Amor lean army and the Congress meet- Ing at Philadelphia appointee Washington to be GeneralinChio pf all the forces of tho United Colonies of all that had been or should be levied and of all others that should voluntarily offer their ser vices or Join the said army to dofom American liberty and to repulse every attack directed against It ulf everybody were of my opinion wrote Washington In the month of February 1775 the English minister would learn in few words whatwe want to arrive at would these distinguished gentle men In Kentucky who at this hour are endeavoring to deprive Kentuckians of all interests most dearself government by the peo ple I should set forth simple and without periphrases our grievances and our resolution to have justice I should tell them that we have long and ardently desired an honor able reconciliation and that it has been refused I should add that we have conducted ourselves as faith ful subjects that the feeling of lib erty is too strong in our hearts to let us ever submit to slavery will Kentucky submit to slavery and that we are quite determined to burst every bond with an unjust and unnatural government If our enslavement alone will satisfy a tyrant and his diabolical ministry These are the evils existing in Kentucky this dnyCI And I should tell them all this not in covert terms but in language as plain us ythe light of the sun at full noon thetwas Declaration of American Independ thatfbeentBritish yoke had been forever thrown off Benjaminyar- rives it must be clear to all man kind that the fault Is not on our sideLiberty independence and im mortal freedom hud been forced upon them at the point of the bayo net by the British See what one Kentuckian has to my about time Declaration of Indo pendence Mr Lincoln Now my countrymen if you have boon taught doctrines conflicting with the great landmarks of tho Declaration of Independence if you have listened to suggestions which would take away from the grandeur and mutilate the fair symmetry of its proportions If you have been in lined to believe that all men are not created equal lot me entreat you to come back return to time fountain whose waters spring close by the blood of tho revolution hink nothing of revolution Think thoughtIwhomsoever but come back to the truths that are in time Declaration of Independence You lImy do arty thing with me you choose if you will but heed thoso sacred prlnol pies You may not only defeat mo for the Senate but you may take mo wINCHESTFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS RHIHewRival tI Leader andtltlReleateriInsist upon having them take no others and you will get ALL DEALERS KEEP 1 2 IJ F mARGum MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN POPLAR ASH AND WHITE OAK LUMBER FRANKFCRT KEN =V XY Would respectfully Inform tho citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county that we will soil tr all kinds dumper than any one otao in tho business Gall and got our priom Mtlla and otftie out and of Seooni street Kenney Brothers old stand I4ySeptPeisanLtotaKeAf 1- 1TrdeDlub LaxativeSyruip1 b NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doclortry arethenormal action of the bowels when minerals and their saltsxare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and table Compound and if used in Constipation will bringlabout a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as NauseousnessBloatedYour money will be returned if you do riot like it better than any ottyer you have triedtALL DRUGGISTS25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf Ellendale Commercial College JINcarBookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy ShorttHand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic 4t rho inDavieastown Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Re opens September 10 1900 J E Gardiner A M Pres July 210msCURDSVILLE KY and put me to death While pro tending no Indifference to earthly honors I do claim to be actuated In this contest by something higher than an anxiety for office I charge you to drop every paltry and Insig nificant thought for any mans suc cess It is nothing I am nothing Judge Douglas is nothing But do not destroy that Immortal emblem of humanity tho Declaration of American Indopondonce To all of which I say amen I prefer tho glory that will last forever tcf that of a day It No country o r mad a truor son no a cause a nobler champion no people a braver defender no principle a purer victim than Mr Lincoln was Ho traveled in the road blazed out by time immortal and 11 lustrlous Washington and his co workers on the Temple of Liberty But there comes a voice to cheer hopefulformessage ofcall will soon bo well OA 9RXABears tie IISignature of celYD iifit l f i s SniVBIg WBatDol CoiflglMens Overcoats 500 to 2500 Mens All Vool Suits 750 to 2200 Boys Knee Pants Suits 150 to 750 Fleeced Lined Underwear IMO to 500 r r Mens Boys Fall Whiter Caps 25 to 50- O C Crutchor Co SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION All persons who nro entitled to vote and who did not register on general registration day by reason of the fact that they were absent from the city that day or haul sickness in their families or were sick themselves can have their names placed on the registration lists by going before County Clerk N B Smith and making affidavit to the facts as each case will show Dont neglect this or you will not be permitted to vote Tuesday week This supplemental registration can be effected on Monday Tues day and Wednesday next Oct 29th 80th and 31st IT SAVED HER LIFE Miss Mattie Smith Middlesboro Ky writes My little sister had the Oroup very bad I gave her several doses to Foleys and Tar and she was instantly relieved It saved her life OSTEOPATHS WIN AGAIN Last term of the Court of Appeals there was an opinion rendered by that body deciding that the osteo pathic doctors could riot be pun ished for practtcing their profession 1 without license rom the State Board of Health as practitioners of medicine A motion was made at the first of the present term of that court for a rehearing On Tuesday lust Chief Justice Hazelrigg handed down a decision overruling the mo Zion and again affirming the right of the osteopaths to practice their healing art without using medicine NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS C The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who Would be at I tractive must keep her health If J she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irri table If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood Will cause pimples blotches skin comPlexIIon purify the blOOu It gives strong Herves bright velvety skin rich complexion I twill make a good looking charming woman of a run down invalid Only 60 cents nt J W Gayles Drug Store 4 BUYS A HOME Mr Thos E Kenney has pur- chasedt the comfortable home prop erty of Col John S Hawkins on Kentucky Avenue West Side and i will move in a few weeks The price paid was a good one REGISTER e Monday Tuesday and Wednesday next Oct 29th 80th had 81st are t the days for special registration by making oath boforo County Clerk Smjth This is the last chance VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Are grand but skin oruptions rob life of Bucklons Arnica Salvo cures thorn also old running and felonsyr scalds chapped hands ohillblains best pile cure on earth Drives out pains aches Only 5 cents a ox Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Gayle Druggist II j RESIGNED Mr Frank S Hall has resigned his position as secretary of the Lexington Investment Company to take effect November 1stIAnew remedy for biliousness is now on sale at J W Gayles drug store It is called Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief und will prevent the attack if given as soon as the first indication of the disease ap pears Price 25 cents per box Samples freeIPROSPERITY For the season ending Oct 1st 1900 T J Congleton Bro have made and sold 444600 tobacco v sticks MILLINERY I have on exhibition a beautiful assortment of new and novel ready to wear hats a choice selection of pattern hats also hats and bonnets of our own ideas All at popular prices and correct styles Cull and see them at Mrs CH Mandevilles East Broadway opposite L N station 72t IT HAPPENED IN A DRUGSTORE One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock says Mr C R Grandin the pouplar druggist of Ontario N Y She was disap pointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could recommend 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 a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recon mendation for the remedy The popularityIure tions of people who have been cured by its use It is for sale by J W Gayle Druggist HON W H COX The Legislature has udjorned and the legislators have gone home In glancing over the work and the personnel of that body it occurs to us that no member of the Legisla ture is more deserving of praise from his constituents and of the entire people than Hon Win H Cox of Mason county Unassum ing gentlemanly and quiet he brings to bear an ability and a conscientiousness in the discharge of his duties that is refreshing in these legislative times He is a safe party counselor possesses un tiring zeal and industry and as aforesaid in this Legislature has served his people and the State admirably The good people of his theirxppi1iState has a hotter representative BOARDERS WANTED Large and comfortable room with dressing room attached suitable for two gontlomon gentleman und wife with first class board Apply at this oillce tf YOU ought to know vthut when suffering from any kidney refundedIFoleysKidnoy i NrslllveIg WeatneII Is comiiig aud you aro going to need I warm clothing We have it for you f from head to foot and now while the stock is full is the time for you to I make up your mind what you want I and where to buy it We know we are better prepared to take good care 8 of you this fall than ever before cJ z Communicated STOP AND THINK Shall we the citizens of proud old Kentucky be ruled and gov erned by fraud and infamy or shall we be governed by und Jus equalitybyInfnmgreedforto cause them to forget and put aside the principles of truth and justice Let the people of this Commonwealth review tho general welfare and prosperity both State and National and then compare it with the past and see which is the best whether we shall take usurpation and disfranchisement or whether our ballots shall becount ed as cast Let every citizen regardless of party affiliation and partisan principles and demand minoritytteucefullyrepair to the polls on the 6th day of November 1900 and cast their bal lots for truth and justice and Amer rIghtsPrejudiceminds of many so much so that law has become only form and rendered according to verdictsI ciples us redeem old State from under the curse of that infamous and miserable law that has robbed us of our liberty and rights Let us purge and cleanse the records of our statutes of such vileness so that the rising generation who come after us will- not point back with the finger of scorn at their pages and say woe be us when we enter the bootand pick up the stencil with uplifted hands look heaven ward and say Father guide us in Let us place our stencilunder the emblem of the log cabin which resembles prosperity and plenty without and peace and gotoONE THAT DEMANDS JUSTICE A MONSTER DEVIL FISH Destroying its victim is a type of Constipation The power murderous malady is felt on organs and noves and muscles and brain Theres no health till its overcome But Dr Kings New Life Pills are a safe and certain cure Best in the world for Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Only 25 cents at J W Gaylo s StoreINot many on the sick list Among the number is Mrs Margaret Duncan who has been ill with pneumonia but Is convalescent Mr G D Moore of Eminence was the guest of his mrother Mrs pastweekMrs Jane Moore is visiting her daughter Mrs J C Deakins near Shelbyville this week Mr Fabrum Poole and wife of Hemp Ridge are the guests of Mr J P Bright and family this week Mr J B Moore visited his best girl Saturday near Peaks Mill Shine your shoes and bo ready wo know not the hour The follow that looked so high at girlICLOSE OBSERVER SALE OF LOTS Mr L B Marshall as agent for the Church of the Ascension will sell some building lots on Tuesday next Oct 30 at 2 oclock p m Those wishing to buy should not forget the date anti time 11CASTORIA lThe Kind You Nary Always Bought sBears the- Signature o- filI f i f1 Ji f t tiL WJnI I Shivmg W6at CItIs Coingi Mens Calf Lined Shoes in all the Newest leather 17ici Kid Valour Calf and Box Calf 350 Same Slides Drill Lined 300 This is the greatest line of this price shoes ever shown by us f I ICrilichrCo 4 U = THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPERI fi EVERYBODY TAKES IT IIJ t 1 EVERYBODY READS I Subscription Only 1 Per Year t p OUR JOB DEPARTMENT r 4gINDYJBlank itylcoj the art Old Books and Muaio bou 4 at iMMt nbtt Jofr Cork tf 111 Mite itI