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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iM tUL Jw1 THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance t i 1 VOL XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1900 NO 8 t WILLIAM I BUCHANAN From tho beginning tho only man con IINJ hv rho oxposUon tiutii orUiofl for DirectorGeneral was tlib honornblo WiUUmi 1 Buehnnan and tho Directors of tho Exposition ware greatly frrutUtod when ho con t sented to resign from the olHco of TJnitecl States Minister to the Argentine Republic to take up the burdens and responsibilities of the mijTifr nnoMt of tine exposition Mr Buchanon who was a Na tional Commissioner from Iowa to the Worlds Columbian Exposition was tho first Chief of Department selected at Chicago whoro ho not only directed tho affairs of the Department of Agriculture Forestry and Live Stock but was a most sagacious and helpful adviser in the general management of the Ex position and was a recognized force in a largo organiotlon containing many strong men The record of his work at that time bears abundant testimony to his uncommon executive ability In tho early part of President Clevelands second administration Mr Buchanan was appointed United States Minister to the Argentine Republica mission that he filled with great distinction to November 1899 Asa diplomat he is more widolynud favorably 4known throughout the latinAmer than any other representative of the United States During the latter part of his diplomatic service the Argentine Re publics nn1 Chili were brought to the brink of war by a long standing boundary dispute For a time a peaceful adjustment appeared to bo hopeless Finnlly a scheme of ar bitration was dovised and Mr Buchannn wns made the arbiter whose decision was accepted as binding on both parties His fair judicial tactful treatment of tho question in controversy inspired both governments to convey to him expressions of their warm apprecia tion and high esteem The facts regarding this happy outcome of an international quarrel that had long excited Mie countries of the southern continent made a strong Im pression on the people of those counfrrlpxnml earned for the United States Minister an enviable reputation throughout South America Among other results of his diplo matic service at Buenos Ayres was the successful negotiation of an t1 extradition treaty and a commercial convention between the Argentine Republic and the United States With his invaluable individual experience at the Worlds Colum bian Exposition his rare executive force and his thorough knowledge of the conditions customs and characteristics of the people of South America Mr Buchanan has come to the PanAmerican Exposition singularly well equipped for the successful direction of its affairs v CANADAS KILLED MILITARY BAND The government of Canada lies at list after repeated efforts been prevailed upon to permit the cele brated 48th Highlanders Regiment Band of Toronto to make an ofil clad concert tour of America under their loader Mr Jolts Slatter The tour is under time direction of Mr T P J Power who for two years was business manager in America of Godfreys British Guards Band The band will appear in Frankfort it is understood ion November 24th Those HJO have heard the hand in their regular concert programme to h Is added some Highland dancin and bagpiping by the rcgi mentHown talent say it is worth going finny miles to hoar their ex quisit i concert and military music while thoir costumes which have led to their pot name of Kilt tics are the most striking and uniquio worn by any military organ ization on the continent Frank fort i i to bo congratulated in hay ing secured them as much public Interest has bean aroused 1 1 In inemorlamI THE DEATH OF EDWARD C DRANE Edward Crabbe Drane second and youngest son of Judge George C anti Mary Shipman Drane was born in Frnnkfort Ky Feb 12 1871 and died near Elklns West Va Oct 5 1900 Possessing rare business gifts ho entered commercial life at an early ago and rose rapidly and steadily in his career so that upon the organization of tho State National Bank of this city he was given ono of its most responsible positions in Iris nineteenth year Conscientious attention to business and a burden of outside cares began to tell upon his health but the repeated warn ings of friends and employers were unheeded In his devotion to what he believed his duty and no rest could he bo Induced to take until the spring of 1897 when an entire breaking down of his whole system but especially of the nerves compelled him to give up and seek In a trip to the East and afterwards to Alaska renewed strength Soon after his return In the fall of 1898 as he suppposqd fully restored ho accepted a place In one of the largest banks of New York City but a few short weeks of work and confinement brought on an oven severer nervous disorder and collapse than the first This was fol lowed by another period of rest nnothor attempt at work und another breaking down For sake of Outdoor exorcise and mental quiet he accepted employment ou the farni of a very dear friend and afterwards with him a position In railroad construction in the mountains of West Virginia Hero his health and strength were rapidly and all hoped permanently re paired but on Thursday morning last his old malady and enemy in a severer form than ever before returned and in the early hours of tho night Reason and time Will hav ing abdicated their rightful sway rash Impulse now unrestrained In blind revenge destroyed the life in whose conduct hitherto it had been denied all part Though young in years Edward DraneNed many of his friends loved to call him was preeminent ly a man among men Joined to business abilities of time highest order were rare devotion and ad herence to honor and to truthI With the sternest duty and a physical and moral courage unsurpassed were coupled qualities but rarely linked dignity mod est yrefined courtesy a thoughtful consideration a wide charity an all embracing love and loveliness the purity of life and thought and the religious devotion of a woman To him there be 41heriIown servo and in all tho fullness of Its meaning that highest of all titles A Christian Gentleman If the words of the Master Himself be true By their fruits ye shall know themthen indeed will the life of Edward Drane stand the highest of all tostsfor in a rarely perfect degree were manifest in him U the fruits of the Spirit which are these Love joy peace long suffering gentleness goodness faith meekness temperance and a crucified flesh with its affections and lusts In the loss of this noble son of most noblo parentage all hearts go out to tho widowed mother tho bereaved sisters and brother In their great affliction and wo pray with all our strength that our Fathers pence may bo theirs How such a life could have met such an end is of the secret things which belong to tho Lord our God alone but while wo cannot under stand wo can yet bollovq What I do thou knowost not now but thou shalt know hereafter To those who wore acquainted with tho intensity of his nature and tho strained state of his whole mental and nervous system the fact that his last days were spent in a suc cessful attempt to protect and to guard the life of one of his fellow neon from the same fate as his own affords an all sufficient explanation and so in this last and supromest act of his lifethe act of death itsolf ExempJnrI U Our little systems have their dayI They have their day and cease to be They are but broken lights of thee And thou 0 Lord art more than they For all we thought and loved and did And hoped and sufferd is but seed Of what In them Is flower and fruit Whereof the man that with me trod This planet was a noble typo Appearing ere tho times were ripe That friend of mine who lives in God That God which ever lives and loves One God one law one element And ono faroff divine event To which the whole creation moves His friend and pastor R L MC Ascension Rectory Frankfort Ky Vigil of AllSaints 1900 THE LOVELIEST WOMAN IN AMERICA Margaret Fuller once expressed the willingness to exchange her fine intellect and all her accomplishments for time bqauty and attractiveness of Emily Marshall who had been her schoolmate writes William Porrino of The Loveliest Woman In all America- in the November Ladies Home JournnlMiss Marshall stood before us a reversion to that fault less typo of structure which artists have imagined in the past and to that Ideal of loveliness of disposition which poets have fancied inI the golden age was the verdict of a Bonston gallant one of the fair beautys neighbors recorded in after life when his judgment was unprejudiced Such was the homage which the people of Boston would sometimes bestow upon Miss Marshall that one night when Daniel Webster then beginning his career In the United States Senate visited the Federal Street Theatre the applause which the audience showered Upon him was not greater than the cheers with which It welcomed the divine Emily In New York she caused such a sensa tion that one morning ton gentlemen at one tithe were seen in her escort and sixty loft their cards for her When she went to such sum mel resorts as Saratoga the crowds at tho hotel would form a lane through which she would might pass as they waited to vlow her going to and from her conch and It lis a Philadelphia tradition that she visited that city ono of the schools was closed earlier than the usual hour to give the young girls a chance to see the famous belle Indeed women looked upon her with an admiration which they seldom accord to beautios To remove a troublesome corn or bunion First soak the corn or bunion In warm water to soften It then pare it low as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlains Cream Balm twice dally rubbing vlgorouslyfor fur five minutes at each applicator A corn plaster should be worn for a low days to protect It from the shoo As a general lini mont for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm is un oqualod For salo by J W Gaylo druggist fr r 21 J V V If JMSAFFELL SAFFELLS CWSAFFELL ItIh t t Staple and Fancy Groceries I China and Glassware Jt1 Fine Wines and f- tWh rJISj r J 3 We ask our city and country friends to callat 212 iAnn Street and inspect our goods r 1- 1J M SAFFELL 6 SON hoJa F F b f no Q JiFJ no Eo j F T AA n no Ellendale Commercial CollegeNear Curdsville Ky ng School for Boys and Young Men liltwho wish to study 1iDavioss county remote from nil temptations or k town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Re t opens September 10 1JOO I J E Gardiner A M PJii f t1 July 2i6m CURDSVILLE KY V l Cic A R PIE Ta SI r sim 1M IA T T I iNS George H Stehlin Furniture and Carpets Main Street p m W1li I I j f PERSONALSI Louigvillo ylslttoy fromLouisyIIIo ouhwmowasMr Ostwr Farmer of Louisvillo was a visitor here on Saturday Mr Tohn lel her inndo a business trip to Louisville Monday Hon Prvor JForoo of Sholby WednesdayfScottIiiivo returned from Maysville J Mr Pat McDonald went to Louisville a on a business trip Monday upfrom fromYMrs E H Rankin of Oldham county Is visiting relatives here Mr Sam S Shepherd came up from Loulsivlle on Saturday night LexlngItonfrom Washington City on Tuesday Washington Saturlaycounty Mr Edgar F Suterof Louisvillewas the guest of his weekiand wife returned from a visit to the eastern cities LizzieHuntlonlRYilleI01 Woodford county was a visitor here on Mon day Miss Emma Ponce returned Mon night from a visit to Louisville returnedTuesdayCity Dir Sol Harrisof Anderson Jnd is visiting in this city his old David Bergman of Irvine was the guest of Capt I T West and wife this week Rev Win Crowe jr went to aylorsville on Monday to conduct a protracted meeting spentSundpyJn Woodford county Mrs J B Lewis was the guest OfMrs Mary W Gary in Wood ford countyon Sunday Mrs Win Crowe and son Wil liam are visiting relatives in RichmondMajor T Flynn returned Fri day night from a Indianapolis Ind Mrs H C Mallory of Chicago III Is visiting her father Col Tom Rodman in this city Mr W H Mastin sr and wife of Woodford county were guests of relatives here this weekIi Mrs L A Tenn was the guest of Mrs J Gray McLean this week Mr John J Craig and wife of Danville were guests of Mr E L Samuel and wife this week Mrs A H MclCure left Tuesday Tor Hopkinslvlle to visit relatives for some time Miss Bird Gaines of Richmond who haw been visiting here has returned home relativesI Mrs H E Youtsey Ill gone Winchester to visit her father Judge Chas S French C S French and wife of Winchester worn guests of Mr W H Hoge and wife this week Mr J Stoddard Johnston and wife and Miss McGregory of Louisville spent Sunday here Miss Mattie Maddox of Loulf ville was ho guest of her sister Mrs A T KIrtley this week Mr Will A Lewis left Saturday for Huron Ind where he has obtained a situation as bookkeeper Mr Robert Robinson of Shelby ville was the guest of his brother inlaw Mr J Gray McLean this week Miss Mnmie ABoyle of the Mid way Oprhnn School pent Sunday hero the guest of Mrs A Umme tbun Mrs W B Rodman and son Mr Douglas left Thursday for Phila Penn where they will reside In future Mr Hurry Crutcher son of Col D O Crutchor has entered the Romeo mathic Medical College at LouisvilleMr S Grinstead oxpross agent at Richmond was the Grin of his father Capt R L stead West Side on Sunday Mr Paul S Drano of Now York was called here Sunday night to attend the funeral of his brother k Mr Ed C Drano Dr Jas Rodman and laughter inlaw Mrs Tlioa Rodman of Hopkinsvillo wore guests of Col t Tom Rodman South Side this week Judtre hM S French and wife of Winohi tpr who have been guests of MrW II Hogo and wife on Broadway have returned home Mr A Dudloy Aldridvo of Pal las Texas attended the golden wadding of his fathor find mother on Wednesday Mr Etizpne Crater who has been stationed at the Old Judge Distillery noar this cltyfor two months returned to his homo in Versailles on Thursday Mrs John P Storks and Mrs Pattle Roberts Guthrio of Louisville attended the funeral bf their cousin Mrs U Koenon on Satur dayMr J Russell Williams came home from Washington City on Sunday and vwill remain until after the election HauterIndmother Mrs R T Ponn near morningforMiss Mabel Boyor of Circleville Ohio who has been visiting her grandmother Mrs Sum McEwlng on Broadway has gone to Louis ville to visit friends Mrs Ben Hard in Helm and RonI Mr Ben H Helm jr of town who have been guests of Mr WoodIlakereturned Mrs Walter Kelly of Hopkins vllle who has been the guest of i her brother Mr R K McClure and other relatives left for home on Tuesday 2 Mrs James Howard and children of Knox county visited her hus band hero this week Her youngest child was born since her husband camo here and surrendered himself to the authorities Ii GAINES STABLE PRECINCTS Ii The above precinct in the north eastern part of the city has an un enviable reputation for olection ir regularitiesbut not wholly alone in this respect Wo alluded hereto fore to some of the irregularities of last years election This year the following officers wore appointed in this precinct to conduct the registration and olec tion Frank Rogers as judge for the Democrats and Win Wells for the Republicans Taylor Dalley was appointed as the Democratic sheriff and John D OConnor as Republi can clerk Wells und Conner did not appear to act and Goo Samples Democrat was elected in plnce of Wells and Thos J Hutchison sr In place of ConnerRogers seems to have done most of the registering as less than two npInumber of errors occurred in the entries some colored voters were registered as whites In others the wrong residence was given and the following names of voters who claim to have registered do not ap on the registry Jim Browder Rear Alley Ed Taylor Holmes street Harry Morehead Workhouse alley Douglas Perry St Clair street Geo H Mitchell 589 Clin ton Win Linn Wash Graves 520 HighWhether there are other names Is not yet citizen states omittedI he registered the only room was Rogers the on the pavement outside Since registration the clerical errors have m notice been corrected but those andIADVERTISEDLETTERS Black Charles Capito Mrs Annie Clark Clark Dally Mrs O S Dooley G A Miss Jennie IFlemingWinder Emma Jackson Miss Mannie M Jackson Miss Mamie Jones Miss Mag Kathley Dalvd Long George MclGnnis Mrs Mary C Mugan Daniel Parish Claud Peveler W M Rentatta Win Darsle Sapp Alfonso Scott Winifred Smoot J W Stone MrsLizzte- Waymire John E White Miss Alberta Winkler Mrs Savannah Young Speed S B HOLMES P M COUNTRY FIRE About 7 oclock Thursday night a bright light was seen on the southeastern sky and an alarm was turned in The fire was found to bo in a barn on the old George Valcutt place now owned by Mr Gilbert Mastin in the bottom op posite the pump house of the Water Company The barn was entirely consumed inflicting a loss of some 850 iItIv ImportedFrench Flannelsin theLatest Styles andShades 75c to90c per yard SolidColor French Flannelin Shades 50cper yard Flanneletts 8131015cper Come get first choice DKaginBro 41 ST CLAIR ST THINGS TO AVOID TUESDAY Avoid getting excited and engag- Ing In angry discussions The time for talk of that kind has passed Be careful to know that you are right In all you do and say and then do and say it all quietly and firmly The excited and angry man nearly always does some foolish thing and then the other fellow gets the advantage by having a cool and clear head Avoid above all things filling up on booze m Booze is always und on all occasions a bad to have around on election day Besides the State law forbids anyone to SELL LOAN OR GIVE to any voter spirituous vinous or malt liquors on election day Avoid crowding nearer than the fifty feet the law requires for the open space around the polling places Aovid engaging In any contro versy with the challengers of each party They have been placed thereby their committees and have been given Instructions as to parties sub ject to challenge When the chal lenge has been made see that memoranda Is kept of all the pro ceedin pro and con hut dont dis cuss the matter excitedly- It Is the duty of every citizen to- go quietly to the polls vote his son timents and then assist any of his neighbors who have the legal right to vote to cast their votes But there Is no necessity for getting excited and saying and doing things that are not right Above all lot every one remember that we are Kentuckians and that no honest man would claim a right to Vote himself and then deny that right to any other man who Is equally as legally entltledto vote as IsThe right to vote covers the right to have that vote counted as cast Act then on Tuesday as honest Kentuckians should act and then there will bo no just cause of com plaint BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE The building known as tho old Dr Rodman office and the lot upon which it stands on St Clair street next door to M A Solborts Jewelry storo is offorod for sale The ad joining lot Is also for sale Mrs Nannie Duvnlls For terms ap ply nt this office Plm IGoI STAGG BICON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement 5IMeat Cutter Laded Shells t Powder Shot Sewer Pipe StovenPipe Lanterns Matches Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc t Stagg A- IN D t Boot One of the handsomest and most desirable of the IQspecial styles for women for this season is the PAT ENT KID DRESS BOOT herewith shown The vamp and foxing are of the new Patent Kid the mostIbeautiful leather possible The sole of the boot is of good walking weight made with the fashionable edge worn by Dressy Young Women I i PRICE I ONE OF THE MANY STYLES 1 I I Patent Ideal Kid II Hand EdgeLow Heavy Welt Sole R K3 I SMASH UP While Messrs T Hlter Crocket and J H Polsgrove were on their way to Switzer on Tuesday night to make speeches at a Democratic rally just after crossing the F C railroad above the Forks of Elk horn a passing handcar frightened their horse which ran away and dashing against time fence throw both gentlemen out Mr Polsgrovo was not hurt be ond being consid erably Jarred Mr Crockett was not so fortunate His chinn was badly cut and his side bruised up These gentlemen were picked up by the men on the handcar and brought back to town DrBoblnson and MrFrank Dally were sent out to fill the of Messrs Crockett and Pols grove NOTICE Numerous notices have been served upon voters to appear before Judge Moore on Monday and show cause why their names should not be stricken from the books We are to say to any person receiving such notice that he should file it at and the names of two witnesses who can prove their right to register at once HOURS The polls are required to be opened at six oclock a m and ro main open until 4 oclock p m Thqro Is no recess al lowed for dinner J j Bacon SLreeLi I l 300111 McClure Son appointment Republican requested Republican headquarters ELECTION continuously i2di ueen uality wideextension VERY r SWELLFor SEE THAT THIS a TARNIS ON SHOE EVERY y I I I SOLE AGENTS ft tIWANTEDTwo reliable traveling tIsalesmen In each State permanent position salary and expenses exI perienco not absolutely essential Address Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 2Omlq For Sale A first class byclcle model Rambler Is offered for sale Apply at this office tf ONE HOUR MORE Under the new lay there is one hour more allowed in which to votetho polls opening at 0 oclock a m instead of Ja m WELL TO REMEMBER at1 That the polls open six oclock a m on Tuesday next instead of seven oclock as heretofore III FARM FOB SALE r The farm known as tho Thos Wheat place near Cedar 0111 pel on the Lawrenceburg pike Cot sting mentsfnirTermsone third cash balarfoo in six twelve months with foir per telyby1001 it will be offered at publi sale at that time Address I MISS SARAH L WHEAII ExecutnK- Lawroncoburg Ky Nov 88m j OPEN EARLIER The polls open on Tuesday ati six oclock a m instead of seven AS heretofore Bommbor this ovotors f r 1 jI J J j = j I lit t CiviL LIBERTY Jf By Col Wm Murray Editor of tho Roundabout liOn the BOth of Dfcombfr 1770 Washington was invested Icy Congress with tho full powers ofn dictator How did ho use that power will be soon below libertyygreat cause it is the alliance bo tween God anti Nature immu table eternal as the light in the heavenvA few lays subsequent to tho npkfthe united colonies etc to defend repulsoiwellitkept up hos campaignlrgame found himself under the necessity of abandoning posts he had mas tered to fall hack upon Philadel f Yphis What will you do if Philadelphia is taken he was i asked We will retire beyond the Susquehanna and then if neces sary beyond the Alleghenies an swered the General without hesita tion On the 7th of April 1778 proposedinof all the forces laud and sea which were fighting in America The resolution of the Duke of Richmond had been rejected When this news arrived in America Washington was seri ously uneasy He had to keep up an incessant struggle against the delays and the jealousies of Con gress it was by dint of unheard of efforts and unwavering perse obaJt necessary his army To see men without clothes their nakednessto cover tortyouji i blood that trickled from their feet advancing through ice and snow and taking up their winter quarters at Christmas less than a days march from tho enemy in a place where they have not to shelter them either houses or huts but such as they have thrown up themselves to see these men doing all this without a murmur is an exhibition of patience ana obedi ence such as the world has rarely seen Let us accept nothing short of independence he wrote at once to his friends we can never forget the outrages to which Great Brit ain has made us submit a peace on any other conditions would be a source of perpetual disputes If Great Britain urged on by her love for tyranny were to seek once more to bend our necks beneath her iron yoke and she would do so you may be sure for her pride and her ambition are indom itable What pride andambi thisi I V secretsWomen They often keep secret for a long time the fact that I Ifthey are suffering from inflammation ulcer ation or female weakness But they cant keep the se cret very long because the hollow eyes cheeks that have lost their freshness and the irritability which comes if from sorely tried nerves all conspire to publish the sto of usual motive for such secrecy dread of indelicate and offen ive examinations IS removed by Dr Pierces methods Diseases of the wont nnly organs are perfectlycured by the use of Dr on Sick women can consult Dr R VI Pierce Buffalo N Y letter free Your wonderful medicine scription1 writes Mw N Anderaonlof Rock bridge Baths Rockbridge God send to weak and women restoring good health without subjecting their weak nerves to the shock of an I was all run down in health could not work but a short time without resting and had very poor ap titeDecided to write to Dr PIerce state thankful that III did for I reechoed afavorable reply I took bottles of Favorite Prescription one of GoldI en Medical Discovery one of Pellets and I can now as well as I could before I was taken sick I think Dr Tierces medicine the best in the world for sick and nervoiu women day That of Great Britain our fathers throw off at Yorktown Tho history of the War of In dependence is a history of hopes deceived said Washington Washington was condemned to inaction Our position is not sufficiently brilliant ho wrote to M de La- Fayette to justify our putting pressure upon Count de Rocham beau I shall continue our arrange orate however in the hope of more fortunate circumstances The American army was slow in getting organized obliged as it had been to fight incessantly and make head against constantly recurring difficulties it was getting organized however the example of the French the discipline which prevailed in the auxilliary corps the good understanding thence forth established among the officers helped Washington in his difficult task From the first the superiority of the general Wasl ington was admitted by the French as well as by the Amer icans naturally and by the mere fact of the gifts he hud received from God Washington was always und everywhere chief of the men placed within his range and under his influenceThe soldiers are to be placed exclusively under the orders of the Generalinchief M Girard the French Minister in America had said on the arrival of tho auxiliary corps Two things great and difficult as they may be are a mans duty and may establish his fame To support misfortune and be sturdily resigned to it to believe in the good and trust in it perseveringly This was Washington If ever cause were just and had a right to success it was of the English Colonies which roso in in surreotion to become the United Oppositionintion Their opposition was ninded on historic right and on facts on rational right and on ideap It was in the war between England and France for the pos B3ssion of Canada that the Amer theirta as and not less salutary than that of a virtuous man at grips with ad versity Washington it is the sight of a virtuous man at the securingitsYorktpwn of 1777Army in win ter quarters at Valley ForgeAt this time a ptnty was formed in Congress to remove the command erinchief Whilst these combinations of intrigue andambition were progressing tho sufferings of the army were not ameliorated and they at length drew from the commander Washington a com munication to Congress of unpre energyHeviction that unless some great change took place in the commis sarys department the army would inevitably be reduced to starvation or dissolution that there was not in the camp a single head ofcattle to be slaughtered and not more than twentyfive barrels of flour nor could the commissary tell when any might be expected and that three or four days of bad weather would prove their destruc tion that there were near 8000 mon in camp unfit for duty because they were barefooted and otherwise naked besides those confined in the hospitals and in farm houses on the same account He charged it home to those who had remonstrated against his going into winter quarters that they knew the nakedness of the from occular demonstra entleImenand less distressing to draw remonstrances in a comfortable room by a good fireside than to occupy cold bleak hill and sleep under frost and snow withoit clothes or blankets however al though they seem to have little feeling for the naked and distress superabundantlyfor those miseries which it is not in my power either to relieve or pre fightiugfordom They knew how to suffer libertyimmortal told these things are olddencland passed away and do not to Kentucky at this time IgnornnccI ignorance in its worst form Juno 28 Battle of Monmouth was foughtIi After a keen con tested action both armies overpowered by fatigue and excessive heat of tho day suspended the com bat on the approach of evening as by mutual consent Washing ton wrapped in his cloak lay that night on tho fiold in tho midst of his soldiers ready to renew the battle in the morning but the enemy undercover of the night retired leaving two hundred and fortynine of their dead on the field Tho British army embarked at Sandy Hook and sailed to Now York and the Americans once more took a posi tion on the bunks of the Hudson The pernicious divisions and factions in Congress Kentucky Legislature past few years were fomented and increased until the prospect of a happy issue appeared to the chief more gloomy than at any former period I have seen without despondence even for a moment the hours which America has styled her gloomy ones but I have beheld no day since the com mencement of hostilities when I have thought her liberties in such danger as at present How about Kentuckys liberties at the pres ent Friends and foee seem now to combine to pull down the goodly fabric we have hitherto been raising at the expense of so much time blood and treasure how true in Kentucky today and unless the bodies politic the people will exert themselves to bring things back to first prin ciples correct abuses and punish our internal foes inevitable ruin must follow Indeed we seem to be ht rrying so fast to destruction that 1 am filled with sensations to which I have been a stranger until these three months Our enemies behold with exultation and joy how effectually we labor beinginon the point of evacuating Amer ica are now on tiptoe providingforHudson led his army down the west side of that river so as to mask his intention by exciting apprehensions for Staten Island anJ it was not until he had passed the Deleware that his real object was suspected by the British commander Lord Cornwallis threw himself into Yorktown on the 80th of September the place was invested All defense became impossible Lord Cornwallis in vain attempted to escape he was reduced on the 17th of October to signing a ca pitulation more humiliating than that of Saratoga 8000 men laid down their arms Lord Cornwal fatigueGentendered his sword to Count de steppedbackWashington said aloud I am only auxilliary In receiving the English generals sword Washing ton was receiving the countrys independence Washington who led the army of independence whose great heart- resisted the appalling adversities of the revolution who stood upon the banks of the Delaware and above the roar of the elements heard the call of patriotic duty who led his little column to the mouth of the cannon at Trenton who led the feeble colonies like Moses at the head of the tribes in the wilderness but who more ofIplains of Yorktown to enter into whoIstnndsas a sublime and unapproachable example of virtue and love of country The drama of the revolution closed within her border Vir- ginias borders The spirit of American liberty hero first took assurance of safety and a perma nent existence Kentucky is Virginias firstborn entitled to the birthright and the blessing Coming Tues day sho will speak by tho in herent right of her people at the polls Will she endorse Washing ton Jefferson Patrick Henry and libertyisBunker Hill When day dawned on their in dependence tho groat secret of free government was no longer a secret to thorn They had learned it and learned it forever in tho high and holy inspiration of bat tles fought for the inherent right to govern themselves Their wit dom thou succedod their swords and tho American Constitutirib- ecame the offspring of the Ame1c jean Revolution and inherited all As the negotiations for peace advanced the irritation of time army increased Washington saw the gathering storm had deter mined to remain with tho tro JpS and give the weight of his in fluence to preserve the tranquility of the country although his pres ence in tho camp had otherwise ceased to be necessary In n private letter to the secretary of war after expressing his conviction that the officers would return to private life withalocrity could they be placed in suitable circumstances he adds When I seA such a num ber of men goaded by a thousand stings of reflection on the past and anticipation of the future about to be turned into the world soured by penury and what they call ingratitude of the public in volved in debt without one farthing of money to carry them home after having spent the flower of their days and many of them their patrimonies in estab lishing the freedom and independ enco of their country and having suffered everything which human nature is capable of enduring on this side of death I repeat it when I reflect on these irritating circumstances unattended by one thing to sooth their feelings or brighten the gloomy prospect I can not avoid apprehending that a train of evils will follow of a very serious nature The storm was stilled the army was disbanded and on the 4th of December the chief bid adieu to his officers in New York their separation was solemn and affecting the thoughts and feel ings of the party too intense for- utterancewere expressed only by the silent tear the warm grasp of the hand and the quick pulsation of heart pressed to heart Every duty of tho station to which he Washington had been appointed being now fulfilled Washington hastened to Annap olis where Congress was then in session and on the 28d at an au dience appointed for the purpose he returned his commission to the hands from which he had received it Thus displaying the sublime spectacle of a triumphant warrior in the fullness of his fame divesting himself of power dictator and dedicating the laurels he had won upon the altar of his coun try By his skill firmness per severance and industry and by the happy union of prudence with courage and a correct judgment with a spirit of enterprise he hud given liberty peace and a name among nations to his country hut it is said these things are old and out of date and do not now apply to Kentucky Washington is dead and so are his works but by this last act of public virtue he consummated his own glory and changed mankinds idea of political greatness Kentucky was yet unborn and it is not to be expected any of these things should apply to her they apply to 18 colonies and not to Kentucky So say the wise and intellectual giants hereabout todayWhat madness is this Whereon this side of the ocean has been found such a monstrous principle of government as exists in Kentucky today1 Its adoption would KingGeorgoerty as if Cornwallis had triumphed on the plains of Yorktown Will Kentuckians endorse Wash in ton or Cornwallis Tuesday nights returns will tell How will the sun of the 19th century forever set upon Kentucky How will the sunrise of uponKontuokyWashington or Cornwallis which will it be 3 N PUT IT THERE 0 J Put your stencil in the CIRCLE tinder the device of your party This is the difference between tho new and old law Tho old law had a square all around the device and the stencil was placed in the square Now it goes in the circleiT Odgers of Prostburg Md writes I had n bad attack of kidney complaint and tried FoloyB Kidney Cure which gave mo roliof and I was perfectly cured after taking two bottles South Longmoor W McKoo Hardio A DELIGHTFUL LECTURE At the Capital Hotel Tall Room on Monday night November 12th the Frankfort public will have the rare opportunity of h aring that mistress of the pInt orm Miss Merker of Louisv lie in an at tractive lecture illustrated by the stereopticon Her coining will bean event in our community nod nil will want to hear her It winIbe a special opportunity for thetyoung people of our schools to see and some worldfamous pie taresrTickets are sold at the nominal- price of 25 cents and can be had Officemfrsvine Mich was troubled with salb F x rheum for thirteen years and hzid tried a number of doctors with u relief After three application Banner Salve her hands beqmen better and In a short time were en = tirely cured South Longmoor W1f McKee Hardie 4 THE WAY TO VOTE f If you wish to vote the straight ticket of any party put your sten oil INSIDE THE CIRCLE under the device Dont forget this If you wish to vote port of one ticket put your stencil in the cir cle and then put it in the small square on the other ticket opposite your mans name Atteniioni t 1r To prepare your sons for a busy llfi jEllenduleCurdsville 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 experienced instructors are em ployed one exception our graduates positionsBoard room etcItonly 80 for 20 weeks FOrlntalo e and particulars addressaJ E GARDINER A M Presv 46 6m J RESIGNEDf fsthe V ernor the RevenuefJDistriotsince President McKinley made the appointment of Collectors Jf The resignation became effective on Thursday November 1st Many of your friends or peopleY whom you know of have contracted r consumption or pneumonia by neg coughFoleysand pleasant cough medioineiwould have saved them It is1 vr guaranteed South Longmoor W McKee Hardie J CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought 2 Boars the- Signature of i m xEsEsr GROOERIES 4JVBT1UUORS LOWEST PRICES JflTBRISCOLLS j i t 9w4p J1 i TM Frankfort RoundafiOut Entered at the pwtofnVo at Frankfort Ken tucks secomlclnsH mailnblc matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub t FRANKFORT NOV 0 1900 THANKSGIVING PROCLAMA ZION The following proclamation was issued on Monday by tho Presi dentIt has pleased Almighty God to bring our nation in safety and honor through another year The works of religion and charity have everywhere been manifest Our country through all its extent has been blessed with abundant bar i vests Labor and the Brent indus tries of the people have prosporod beyond all precedent Our com merce has spread over the world Our power and influence in the cause of freedom and enlighten ment have extended over distantIseas und lands Tine lives official representatives and many of our people in China have been pesttIlenceand even the tragic visitation which overwhelmed the city of Qalveston made evident the sentiments of sympathy and Christian charity by virtue of which wo are one people unitedINow therefore I Kinley President of the States do hereby appoint and sot iI NoemIbelpeople of tho United States at homo or abroad as a day of thanks giving and praise to Him who holds the nations in tho hollow pf his hand I recommend that they gather in their several places of worship anti devoutly give Him thanks for tho prosperity where with He has endowed us for seed time and harvest for the valor devotion and humanity of our armies und navies and for all His benefits to us as individuals and as I a nation and that they humbly pray for the continuance of His Divine favor for concord and Amity with other nations und for right I eousness 8111 pence in all our ways In witness whereof I have here J This picture is the trade marU of SCOTTS KMHISION suul is on every bottle of SCOTTS EMUL SION in the World which now amounts to many millions yearly This great business has grown to- such vast proportions FrsfBecause the proprietors have always been most careful in selecting the various ingredients used in its composition namely the finest Cod Liver Oil and the purest Hypophosphites SecondBecause they have so skillfully combined the various ingredients that the best possible results are obtained bv its use TfrJBecause it nas made so many sickly delicate children strong and healthy given health and rosy cheeks to so many pale anaemic girls and healed the lungs and restored to full health so many thousands in the first stages of s ConsumptionIf tried it send for free sample its youSCOTT409415 Pearl Street New York soc and 100 all druggists unto sot my hand and caused tho seal of be uffixodrlthe 125th IWILLIAM MKINLEY By tho President JOHN HAY Secretary of State Kodol Dyspepsia Digests what you Curet LAW GOVERNING THIS Tim TIONIknown as a to tho IIduoprevent or prevent any voter casting his ballot or shall to or intimidate any fromI other so as to prevent him from 1IponltenItiar offending may be an officer officers of tho Federal or of the State or any orI county town or city thereof or election shall not relieve them tho responsibility or penalty of the r violation of this section tjurisrlictionas decided by the Supreme Court in the McCoy case from Indh mI IThis is the season when croupItCough Cure which children like to take South Longmoor W McKee Hartlio JUST SO WOdnes1dny ap peal from Judge Cantrills decision awarding those offices to the Demo crats and affirming Cantrills decision The opinion did not go into the merits of tho case but simply tided that tho award of tho deiBoard of Election was final Judges Guify Burnnin and Du tBelle dissented The action of tho majority of tho court was discount ted long ago rho best method of cleansing the liver is the uso of tho famous little ittleearly I gripe South Longmoor W McKee Hardio SAD DEAHIJames Millard son of M R Idled suddenly Tuesday morning offmanly little follow and his lentil was a great shock to his who have tho sympathy of all their groat sorrow Funeral vices were conducted at the inI deuce yesterday afternoon at conducted by Rev G A and interment in Machpelah Mt Sterling Gazette I IN A CABLE The Frankfort Telephone Co have had their wires to tho number of 62 placed in a cable running from Ann street North Side to Second street South Side FOOT BALL Two teams of foot K M I near Georgetown College Covo Spring Park balliststheI STATE willbe called at 2 DAUGHTERS The Kings Daughters State Convention was held at the Walnut Street Methodist Church Louisville this week Mrs J W Milam Mrs J M VanDorvoor Mrs WP Hudson jr Mrs Howard Black and Mrs John H Stuart represented tho local lit circle k JIr II For Fall We have a most clusive and variety of Mens Boys lllg Childrens Mens Suits Overcoats at up 1000 to 2000 We have added eral fine makes clothing to our One of them is celebrated make Alfred Co of YorkThese goods known by clothier to be as as any clothing They make but Clothing Fine Every suit and ercoat can be liiTon to be perfect ting UpTo and strictly The prices on fred Benjamin snits and range 1350 from to But when you one of them you have a garment you New will Fall be proud Furnishing goods woolens order Hudson for suits Cor Frankfort Main and St c s ra8cattin8c a I This Space is Reserved for the NOAHS1tt J ARK tt t tl ADVERTISEMENT Look Out For ICI rl t LEXINGTON BREWING COi BREWERS OF PINE BEERS Wbfob in Quality and Flavor Are EQUAL TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT TilE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry P 0 ROBINSON Frankfort t 2lyFLOUR i i The Finest Made Anywhere J i Patronize Home Institutions 1 e THE J E M MILLING CO e 1 ilAug ii Iii iIi i iiThos K Robb c e niture Piano and Furl 2IS 2Phono L cnSEY JUG Graduate in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery All dlseas s of domestic annuals treated on scientific principles Diseases of a OFnOErI THOMPSON BROS LIVERY STABLE MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Spare Women In former years when thin women wished to gain flesh und 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 cott8 Emulsion and taking it in ternally It increases the weight of thin babies and delicate children OASTC XASears Signature of A Bough Try the Capital Steam Laun dry for a clean shirt or collar Telephone 17 16tf I kodolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Naturo in strengthening and recon JI strutting the exhausted digestive or gins It Is the latest discovereddlgest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Flatulence Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand- all other results of imperfect Price60c size contains 24 times small sUe Bookallaboutdgspepstamatlodfree- Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO djlcaoo SOUTH LONGMOOR W McKEE HARDIE II 0no Limitations upon Residence Travel and Oc patron PayableinGold PaiclUp Insurance Ualues Important features OF- Union mutual Policies OP LIFE INSURANCE Grate IniPremium h Payments gaft Ualue Eoan Ualucs Extension of Insurance- by terms of the Maine nonforfeiture CawI isSja s P toM No Ithnica quallficatro- exist as lo roles for misunderstanding but everything is explicitly iset in vneoupvocal MUTUALA 11 Pay ProinlumH tho t MAINE NON FORFEITURE LAW without Action of tho Pollcyholdorlcontlnuing tho Insuranco for u F O BRODIE Manager for Kentucky N W Cor 4th and Jefferson Streets Louisville JOHN R TODD1 AonFJIDoes it Pay to Dui Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and somethingmore severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more itIhnsbeenundlungSyrup It not only heals and stim germdiseasecauses easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by nIl druggists tlHolmesy rf j 1cr I 5IELECTION OFFICERS Below will bo found a list of the election officers for the city of Frankfort and Franklin county to serve at the election Tuesday November VoglorsTudges C Carr and C G Stivers clerk G Vt Daniel sheriff W Thompson f Gaines Stable Judges Frank JXogera W Wells clerk T J Hutchison sheriff George Samp lesBridge Judges F L Gordon and T L Edolon clerk D W Lindaoy sheriff G A Brnwncr Market House Judges P H Newman and E G Fettle clerk L H Finnell sheriff J Noonan Court House Judges J S Par nell und James Smith clerk Jake Adler sheriff E II Taylor Y Gas House Judges F Hutchi son and Hirano Shannon clerk Too Burckhardt sheritr Morgan Braw norBellepohltJudges McKee Har die and Thos Hale clerk N I McDaniel sheriff W T Harrod Elmville Judges Thomas Wash and Dick Cohorn clerk Doc Parker sheriff Walter Wigginton Forks of ElkhornJudgos John Suter and Ben Wood clerk Hiner Pointer sheriff Will Lou Crutch or Thorn Hill Judges W A Leitoh and James McDaniol clerk Thomas Hampton sheriff Bowen Henry Switzer Judges E R James and G W Smith clerk Harry Stigers sheriff Jack South Peaks MillJudges Mart Ellis and George Fleming clerk Willie Rainbo sheriff A B Bacon BloomingtonJudges T E Tins ley and Dave Church clerk Dick Pilfer sheriff Thomas Loitch Crutchers Schoolhouse Judges Lee A Owon and John Toppas clerk Emulus Cromwell slioriff B B Jeffers j Swallowilold Judges Richard 1Wiley and J S Wiley clerk H L Harrod sheriff J P Long Flat Clerk Judges R G Arm strong and Win Riley clerk Chas Brawner sheriff George Gainos Harvieland Judges Levi Harrod and WmPierco clerk Ludy Chism sheriff Dave McAllister BridgeportJudges W M Pow ers and Jack Tate clerk Joo Par rent sheriff W M Hoover BensonJudges Robt Quiro and Francis Goin clerk Columbus Chism sheriff John Phillips Bald KnobJudges Christopher Harrod and Will Allen clerk ON GUARD The warning cough Is the faith ful sentinel It tells of the approach of consumption whichhaskilledmore than war and pestilence com bined It tells of painful chests sore lungs weak throats brpn chltis and pneumonia Do not suffer another day Its useless for theres a prompt and safe cure It is F ghee b which cures fresh colds and coughs in a single night and masters chronic coughs and bronchitis in a short time Consump tion is surely and cer tainly prevented and cured too if taken In timeA 2Sc bottle for a fresh cold SOc size for older colds 1 size for chronic coughsand consumption Aiheneveryof It and I am better at once VOctanybestlmudloafreely Arun Lowell MMI Charles Allen sheriff J J Harrod UttorbackH Shop Judges George W Johnson and John Dean clerk J T Duvall Hhoriir Sam Hulott PurringtonJudges Bon Hughes and Edgar Hardcsty clerk Zack Reid sheriff N White Baileys Mill udgos Alex Gordon and John Bailey clerIc W C Guth rio sheriff TameR Shields A VILLAGE BLACKSMITH SAVED HIS LITTLE SONS LIFE Mr H13 Black the wellknown village blacksmith at Grahamsville Sullivan county N Y says Our little son five years old hits always boon subject to croup and bad have the attacks boon that we taro feared many times that ho would lie Wo have had the doctor and used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our solo reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent loses when the croupy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before It gets settled There Is ho danger In giving this remedy for It contains no opium or other Injurious drug and may bo given as confidently to a babo as to an adult For sale by J W Gayle druggistIMr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In tolling of It ho says I was taken with typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia Mv lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I ex pected soon to lie of consumption when I heard of Dr Kings Now Discovery One bottle gave groat relief I continued to use it and now I am well and strong I cant say too much in Its praise This marvelous medicine is tho surest and quickest cure in the world for all throat lung trouble Regular sizes 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at J W Gayles Drug- Store Every bottle guaranteed IMPROVEMENTS Dr J S Coleman hits nearly completed his dwelling houso on Shelby street It Is a comfortable and modern structure 1MI Henry Cralk is erecting a five room cottage on his lot on tho cor ner of Campbell and Main South Side It will bo modern in all its appointments Sirs L P Tavlton is reconstructing the old orphans home property on Third street and will make a double tenement house It will be a vast improvement and will help t1 appearance of that already handsome square Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets cure constipation bilious ness and headache they are eas to take and pleasant in effaut Fo sale by J W Gaylc BIRTHS GATESInPittsburg Penn Oct 26 to Mr G W Gates and wife neo Adelino Mock a son George Walter Gates jr By the advent of this bouncing oflthisgroat grandfathers and Mr Jas F Meek of St Louise a grandpa Heros lookiu at yor old man When you fool that life is hardly worth the candle take a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone up your liver and regulate your bowels making you feel like u now man For sale by J W Gayle VERY PLEASANT There was a large and happy crowd of our best people present at the celebration of the golden wed ding of Mr R M Aldrldgo and wife on Wednesday evening These good people enjoy tho respect and esteem of every one and all unite in wishing thorn many returns of that auspicious day A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION Removes ever in sight so do drastic mineral pills but both are mighty dangerous Dont dyna mite tho machinery of your body with calomel croton oil or nloos pills when Dr Kings Now Life Pills which sure gentle as a 101footlytion Only 25 cents at J W Gaylos drug store FINE COURSE OF LECTURES Tho ladles of the Improvement Committee of the Methodist Church have secured throe of tho finest lecturers now on tho platform who will lecture infthis city at the fol lowing times and on tho themes given below Hon Bob Taylor oxGovernor of Tonnossoo on Thursday evening November subject Fiddle and the Bow Hon Alf Taylor oxCoiigross man brother of oxGo Bob on Monday evening December 8d sub ject Poetry and Pearls Those lectures will be given in the Ball Room of tho Capital Hotel Tickets for reserved seats for tho whole course 150 or fifty cents for a single lecture They may be had at Barretts News DepotA series of lectures will he given affording delightful entertainment and nt tho same time helping a good cause td Gas Stoves For Sale Two gns stoves suitable for bath rooms or other small apartments for sulochcap Apply at this office Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Everything for orchard lawn antI garden Trees million fruit forent and orna mental Asparagus vines small fruits and everything about the home country or town No and rock to the actual planter Catalogue on application Oct 123m toH F HlLtENMETEH LEXINGTON Kr EXECUTORS SALE OF Stock Crops Farming Utensil s As executor of Thotnan Farmer deceased I will nt public pale to the hichust bidder at his late residence near Fnrmdnlo in Franklin Bounty on 1FRIDAY NOVEMBER OTH oclock n m all the personal on the farm lately owned by decedent consisting of 8 mules harness mnro steers 3 twoyearold steers twoyearold heifer milk cows 2 weanling calves l no 6 hogs shocks of corn stacks of hay Deering binder l Deoring mower harrow twohorse waion onehorse cart fertilizer wheat drill l wheat fan grass seeder sulky hay rake l steel cook stove plows harrows harness rollers o Sums of and under cash in hand over that months time without interest on negotiable notes with approved OSOAR security Executor of Thomas Farmer deceased Nov 3lt CERTIFICATES LOST SPJITNO STATION Sept 8th To Whom It May Concern Having lost certificate No representing twentyseven shares of stock No three shares of stock in the Farmers Bank of Kentucky on oj before saidolost and I hereby call on all persons to show cause why certificates not be issued 22m A J ALEXANDER n Question Answered thercivilized world Your mothers t1your grand mothers never thought of using nything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scamp appendicitisfailure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested fond regulate the action of the liver stim ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is nil they withheadachesonly need n few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly TO MY ICE PATRONS Having sold my horses and wagons I have discontinued tho Ice business I return thanks to my ctiHtoniorH for time patronage ex tended mo 84t N I MDANIEL DBullsCOUGH SYRUP CoughsSore Grippe Pneumonia all severe lung affections consumption Take warnwg Act at once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup n doctors proscription used over 60 only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont be im posed upon Refuse tho dealers not as good as Drhalls Salvation OH cures Rheumatism Achell and Polo 15 l 5ctt Vt IN KENTUCKY Condensed Schedule Effect Mty 20 ZSTDOUNDNoL NO 6 NoT 745pmArAr Lexington 1045am 715um WESTBOUND No 8 NO 2 X04 Lv 730am 435pm 516am Ar Versailles 7Mam 502pm 635am Ar Larenccbj 820am 63opm 663am Ar Shclbyville OlOatn 015pm 030am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 760anj EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 13 No STATIONS iNo 12INO 400pm iLv Louwvll Ar 740pm 1040am 62 pm Lv LarncbrcAr 630pm 810am 715pm l04Zara ArllarodsbgLv 440pm 720am 730pm IOb5am Ar Duraln Lv 430pm 710ao WESTBOUND No 15tNo767 STATIONS No lltNo 01 4oopm 745am Lv Louisvil Ar 1040am 740pm 632pm 9IOtm rv SholbvliAr lIl0am Sll1pm 647pm 1025am Lv Versllcs Ar 760am 603pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 34Opm 740im 1160am Ar Ueorgtn Lv 700am 310pm EASTBOUND WESTBOUND tNo lltNo STATIONS tNo S tNo ZI 745am 4ttpm Lv Loulsvll Ar 1040am aaopin Ar Klcnmnd Lv 005am 310pm lOopml Ar Irvine Lv 165pm No No Lv STATIONSI 745am 745pm Ar 1045am 1080pm Ar 700pm 745am Ar Jacksonville 925am Lv Chattanooga 005pm 023am Ar Atlanta ia23pm 1150am Lv Chattanooga ft 10pm 043am Ar Birmingham 1005pm 1145am No through sleeping car Louisville to Hlr nlngham via Lexington and Chattanooga No free observation chaircar LouUvIlla LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington U Lou villa No pleeplngcar Birmingham to Louisville via Lxlngion All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burpin daily- Bstwecn Versailles and Georgetown Nos and IQdiilly and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles NIcholasville Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDallydzcept Sunday Other trains dally FSOANNON3d VPa GM J M CtiLPT M Washington D G Washington DC WATUUKUHA WnHTATlXKAa PA Washluuton D C Louisville Ky C 0 TIME TABUS IBOUTH No AMI Lv Lexington 816 620 Frankfort 911 618 Shelbyville 700 Ar Louisville 11100 SOC NORTH Louisville 830 Sheloyvllle 928 700 Frankfort 740 ir Lexington 11018 84C L N trains to Louisville aud way stations 550 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 937 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 304 p m 0 O trains to Louisville 909 a mO O trains to Louisville 613 p mL N trains to Lexington and way stations 950 a m L N trains to Lexington and way stations 437 p m Louisville Frankfort Accommo dation arrives 642 p m C O trains east 1018 a m 0 0 trains east 740 p m A V HiTE Agent I N Ium SOUTH IA3f I8ill5IllllWlIl B5i thrlsthU1 burg 8t l hlllltIlI U41 tagnunKr 710 llfhtIot 45b 1131 746- r Loulsvllf iH 1206 810 oara INO16i 1PM Lonlsvtlle 410 Anchorage 444 Lagrange 314 823 623 Eminence 340 852 647 402 912 606 4S5 90 642 jiiawhy 507 1026 ir Lexington 540 1059 Wholesale 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 J = 111PlUM uJMIiI4 III SOUTHERN RfllLWY 045pmAr iUKpm1102am 1IUpmAr pmAr30paAr IPM NoI IA IIIltlUil0117 I7ij1 and Retail SCOTTOW 1tablt1cured DR B WOOLLEY M 14 North Fryer l ltllllvlnrN 1JAMY 1 rTHE FAVORITE LINE FROM LOIIISVILLRy To CHICfGO Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining Cars and Modern MgnermagnerSle For eral information by stingers to all the vast Northwestiincluding CALIFORNIA Frank J Reed G P A C H Rockwell Truffle Mgr AV H MDoel P G M Address E H Bacon D P A- Louisville Ky Burlington Route 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 Pass r A t St Louis L WWAKELEYGnPassAgtStLouis Maj The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis And all Points West North west and Southwest line running three doubleonlyThe with highto MuiviUo without change trains lineThe directand parlor carcoachedbuck Louis running two double dally trains to St and Pullman- Bloopers seat couchedwith through without change Tickets on sale at N this city informs berths etccarsleeping tlon as to rntOtlJrouto L N R n or adcall on A drCSBBLBRYANTTPA Vj L IRWKT G V A loutevitU v V1 LtXIN TON EASTERN RY Ay LOCAL TIMETABLE v EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUNDV MiLDS 5lATIOS No2 Dolly Ex Sun xo 4tDaily Ii PM 0 Lv Lexington 2 40F8 P0 Montrosu 1 2 00 Avon 2 60 18 ItndottQ F 2 5i F817 Vtnoheotur 8 8 80 2UIt Mistletoe FM5 8 50 L I E Junction 822 8 45 00It Indian Fields F 8 F 00 tiCity 8 60 0 U 4 Stanton 400 925 4i Rosnlyn F 412 F 0 50 Fikon F 9 88 55It Dundee 4130F947 i Natural Bridge p 85 9 54 Gloncalrn F 0 58 62I Torrent 08 FincastleT- O F 03 F10 23 Bonttyville Junction 611 29 lIu STv 60 00 B00 RI lAr 540 1045 LvSt Helens 521 FIO 89 82 79 Talluga F 5 1 Fig 60 OnkdaloPS50F1106fElkatawa 6 pj Ar Jackson 6 80 WEST BOUND MILES No1 DallyEx IIDall j Lv Jackson 6 25 2 25 j Elkatawa 683F283 i Oakdale F849F249 82It Athol 6 60 2 63 79 Trflleifa F704F804 StHQluns 716P818 Bouttyvillo Junction 28 8 28 Bmttyville J Lv 7 00 8 BOG Ry Ar ro 540 Lv Fincastlo F783P883 62 Torrent 7 8 68 Glenclairn F F 8 68 Natural Bridge F 8 03 M Dundee 808F408 ro Filson 8 19 Rosslyn F820F425 4It Stanton 8 83 4 80 40It Clay city 8 42 89 89 Indian Fields 8 69F 64 Z L E Junction 0 5 08 Mistletoe 9 23 F 6 20It inohestor9 29 6 20 Wyandotte F943F683 Avon 949FB40 6 Montrose F968F660 o Ar Loxincton 8 05 Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal SUipstulT orn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 2MT fit UfJW1 r + + I i it i t IF YOU ARE COMING I- e RELIGIOUS ASCENSION CHUBCH Rev R L McCready a prayer and sermon at p and adult Bible at 045 a m BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Wednesday at 780 in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Young Peoples Society will mee at 680 p m in the chapel Leader Dr U V Williams Seats free and all are cordially in vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Night Subject The Church as Golden Candlestick The improvements on the au and night will be held there Christian Endeavor Society will I meet in the chapel at 646 Leader Ida Winkler TopictIAre You Doing Your Best Junior Endeavor Society meets night at 780 Topic Burden Bearing The public will be cordially wel corned to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Tho usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRSTCHURCHMr A Knox Secre tetary Y M C A will speak at 11 a m Special music No evening at 945 a m r Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor moots In Sunday school room at 045 m Wednesday even at 780 t The pulblc cordially invitedI METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m meets at 980 a m Epworth League in room at 645 p Wednesday night at 76 The public cordially invited to at i tend SOUTHERN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor being in attendance upon Synod there will be no service morning or at 980 n m Protracted services will continue throughout the week nt 730 p m each evening Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 pm To nil these meetings the public riscordially invited N THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP I2L WEST SIDE Proach ing every Sunday evening by some one of the at 280 Thursday evening at 780 A c Torturing skin eruptions burns a irt sores am soothed at once by fit applying DoWltts Witch Hazel he bost known euro CT piles Bpwuro of worthless coun terf Its South lit Longmoor W McKee Hurdlo l JIIIA I This way it will pay you to step in and f see what we are showing You will benefit yourself by in pleceofJewelry visitLrankfortinterest to do so M A SELBERT f FtELIABLE JEVVELEB EPISCOPAL ASIBistantmEvening m- Sundayschool andBlhlepublicIre Prayermeeting oclock- Sundayschool completethe chapelI PRESBYTERIAN service- Sundayschool Prayermeeting Sundayschool Sundayschool m- Prayermeeting PRESBYTERIAN evening- Sundayschool pWvermoeting A BEAUTIFUL IMPROVEMENT For six months work has been going on at the Christian Church of this city the final completion of which will be celebrated at th regular serivce tomorrow One who has not observed carefully what was being done will be aston ished at the outcome Such a transformation in the interior of both the chapel and the auditorium would not have been thought possible We are free to say that we have never seen improvements more tasteful or better adapted to th intendedtto secure a modern up todate primary classroom a new addition of fifteen by thirty feet theta sliding partition serving the purpose of secluding it from the main portion of the room or of connecting it therewith when so desired The chapel has been newly painted in attractive tints provided polishead an additional chandelier and a paneled ceiling of elaborate pattern all of which combine to make it beautiful in a measure to which a worddescription can hardly do justice To be fully appreciated it must be seen But handsome as the chapel is the auditorium fur exceeds it To start with all plans looked to the admission of increased light The new Masonic Temple recently erected had cut oil the light on south side and the improvement to be made sought first of all to deficiencyI were put in Large panes of figured artist glass were placed over the inner doors at the front of the church And to complete the whole effect the walls and cell ing were painted in out this great primary A high paneled objectI polished oak surrounds room Hard wood frames suppor ted by handsome pillars arch all the windows which thus harmonize the whole auditorium with the al cove above the pulpit platform and give it an air of churchly elegance most hnpOlingINew hard steps across the platform lend from the floor to the pulpit while new oak doors swiznging both ways lead from the vestibule into the auditorium The vestibule hUH been finished in paneled wood both in walls and ceiling and the floor is a beautiful mosaic the only one if we mistake not in the citrorJhe exterior woodwork of the church is newly painted the stone steps loading up to it have boon placed in perfect order while a new granitoid pavement now runs clear along the church mont It is lotIwell be groat credit on Mr Leo Oborwarth our talented young architect who planned and superintended the on tlro work upon Mr W B Bridge ford who did time painting and upon Mr Lafayette Wells and his assistants who did the carpentry The church is oven handsomer by night than by day when Illumin utod 1y tho one hundred end sixty A4 soft electric lights which brighten it in every nook and corner To morrow will be a great day with the congregation when It occupies its firsteDeWittWitchand stop the pain at once It will cure eczema and skin diseases and almay be offered you See that you WitchRnzelW McKee Hardie Ii STILL IN IT 1B a letter from the Philippines to the Cincinnati Enquirer Tom Collier we learn that Mr Carroll M Walcuttof this city but now belonging to the 81st Regiment U S V I is editing the Matti Bolo a newspaper pub lished as Matti He gives some lively clippings from the paper which are in Carrolls inimitable style Geo A Points Upper Sandusky usingIIt stopped the cough immediately and relieved all soreness South Longmoor W McKee Hardie MEETINGIis conducting interesting meeting locatedtmiles from the city He repors large congregations and increasing interest He is assisting the pastor Rev L D Stuckor IOL PAPERS Mr James Johnson of this county brought to our office on Monday morning some rare old accounts and receipts dating back to 1820 1825 and 1828 They show the vast improvement in the quail ty of paper used now over that used then but as to the handwriting it is a lamentable fact that we dont write as well now as they did then Today take Foleys Honey and Tar It positively prevents pneu mona or other serious results It may be too late tomorrow South Longmoor W McKee Hardie DELIVERS ADDRESS Rear Admiral John Crittendon Watson delivered a short but earnest address on Sunday at the rooms of the Louisville Y M 0 A His testimony to the good work done by this organization In the navy and in the Philippines was very gratifying Admiral Watson is an earnest and humble Christian gentleman ELECTION RETURNS Messrs J B AD Blanton the lessees and managers of time Capital City Opera House have arranged to have a special wire run onto the stare of tho opora house and the re turns of the election will bo re ceived and rend as fast as they come In on Tuesday night next Tho small sum of 25 cents admis sion will be charged i IDEATHS WILLIAMS Russellville Ar kansas on Monday October 29 1900 Mr Jacob Williams aged 78 years The deceased was a brother of Dr U V Williams of this city and for a number of years was a promi nent citizen of Bridgeport this agohehis home with his children several of whom had removed to that State to reside He leaves quite a large circle of relatives and friends in this city and county to mourn his loss LOTS SOLD Messrs L B Marshall Co agents for the Ascension Episcopal Church sold the lots on Mero and Wilkinson streets known as the Harvio lots on Tuesday afternoon at public sale They were all bought by Mr M Busam at a total price of 2176 equal to cash J W Bryan of Lowder Ill writes My little boy was very low with pneumonia Unknown to the doctor we gave him Foleys Honey and Tar The result was magical and puzzled the doctor as it immediately stopped the racking cough and he quickly recovered South Longmoor W McKee FIGURES COMPLETED The official announcement has been given out from the Census Bureau at Washington City that the total number of inhabitants of the United States as shown by the new census are 76295220 or a gain in the ten years since 1890 of 18 225404 an increase of nearly 21 per centThe State of Kentucky has a pop ulation of 2 147 174 a gain of about 16 per cent The increase in the country as a whole is a marvelous one and that In this State is a gratifying one considering the adverse circumstances of the last few years FALLS CITY PARTIALLY DESTROYED At 250 oclock on Sunday morn- Ing the Kentucky River Packet Cos staunch steamer Falls City was partially destroyed by fire while lying at the wharf at Louis villeThe vessel had been newly painted and cleaned up during the month that she had been forced to lay up on account of the low water in the Ohio river It was the ox pectation that she would start on Monday morning as the rise in the Ohio river had furnished enough water to got over the Grassy Flats near Bedford The flames were discovered by young Abrams a clerk on tho boat and before tho fire could be sub- dUed the whole upper dock was burned away inflicting a loss of some 7000 with partial insurinco It is supposed that the fire started from a spark coming from a loco motive on tho C O railroad It Is a noticeable fact that there has boon water enough In tho Ken tucky rIyal this wholo season for this vossol to run whilo the Ohio has not had enough on tho butS und flilts for her to get over Dr R P Buckmaster Will bean his office In this city on Monday Wednesday and Friday or each week Those desiring treat ment by Osteopathy should bear this in mind 46tf Salejseat trap and cheapiECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the skin so you feel seen in company SkinHairSkin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities unci poisons in the blood Take B B B Bo tan lea Blood Balm which makes 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 breaths sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 30 years Renders of the ROUNDABOUT ore advised to bydruggistsCompletedirections ferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for It Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta GR D erl e your trouble und free personal medical advice given Jg For Hale by W McKee Hardlo 481y 2 SOW 6ow Peas IFORWE HAVE LARGE STOCKS of these sad all uWFearlnuletsEtc WriteforprlcesandintereatingcatalogueWOOD Seed mcn LOUISVILLE KY FOR SALE IfA sliding window awning Newr and in rood condition Apply at this office IFOB SuEDi BENT IT 1adJolnlnaoverlooking both the city Wd Ibeontltnllocntlon Brick house of twelve uni 88 ACRES OFILAND Will rent furnlHliod Address MRS WM B RODM AN IGtf Frankfort Ky Feelings of safety the household that uses One Minute j Cough Cure the only harmless remedy t1mtIproduces Immediate results for coughs colds croup and all throat and lung troubles It will prevents con sumption South Longmoor W Dr Cadys Condition Powders ore just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vevmifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition rice 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle ands LeCompte Gayle Co a- U IJr f lr 1 H II i t7 i P REVENUE ASSIGNMENTS Tho following nro the assignments U1ifllldhision month of November t Storekeepers W H Sneed to Ky River Distillery No2 Distlljloryj AIGahleRt Gains Co No 4 wnrohou80lTohn It Spiers to f Co No 4 warehouse i t James T Brook to W Ai Gainos No 4 bottling James P Rogers to S T Groon Baum No fA W Stanhope to S J Green blum No 9 warohouso Phil P Parrish to S J Green baum No9 nightIM G ONeill to John Cochran Co No 87 Win A Hamilton to John Cochran Co No 87 warehouse James W Robinson to E H Taylor jr Sons No 58 Geo TScearce to E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 warehouse Squire PWillis to E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 bottling Henry B Clay to W A Gaines Co No 100 Jas M Withrow to W A Gaines I Co No 100 warehouse Henry Newsom to W A Gaines Co No 100 warehouse Wm L Baker to W A Co No 100 meal room Thos J Craig to W A Gaines t Co No lea night C H Wilkerson to W A Gaines Co No 100 bottling- H S Sinclair to E H Taylor jr Co No 118 Isaac T West to E H Taylor jr ri Co No 118 Warehouse F G Sparks to E H Taylor J- rooNv118 bottling Gangers 11J Gee G Berry to S J Green bauinNo9GeO to WA Gaines pc No 4 Ky River Distillery TSo 2 J P Williams rectifier H T Gaines to W A Gaines Co NO 4 and E H Taylor jr Sons No 53 I Letcher Lusby to John Cochran 3ot No 87 and E H Taylor jr Co No 118 StorekeeperGaugers Buckner McElroy to Laval Mayse No 11 Geo W McConnell to John T IBarbee No 82 John T Berry to John T Barbee r NQ 82 bottling 1 A G Whitehouse to W J Fra Iftier No 60 I John D Nash to Labrot Graham tN 52 PlG Powell to Glen Spring Dis f tillery Co No 57 win M Satfell to Jt J M jSaflelt No 91 Chas H Talbott to J N Blake t more No 00 I DASTARDLY On Snnday night last just after Dr W Lee Crutcher who lives on the Louisville pike had gone to church some dastardly scoundrel who was masked tried to enter the house where there was no one but If111e Doctors daughters One of the young ladies got her fathers gun and in attempting to get it ready for action it went off blowing a big hole In the floor of the room and frightening the m11 awayEvery effort should be put forth to find the scoundrel and If found the heaviest penalty of the law should be enforced upon him Housework without Go1dDiIst v Wasting Willow Furniture and- r Wicker Chairs Wicker chiiraioon become lolled but they Ma be ekanod to look like new with Gold Dust Wasting Powder red warm watt Use a scrubbing brush when water becomes cbs least soiled get fresh follow dryWhite quicklyci goat tnt rqutt T K If Chlotgt St Lull New IBAD ACCIDENT IOn Monday morning Mr Chas W Whitohoad the plumber and a lad by the name of Coloman were driving a spring wagon on Todd street when tho horse became frightened and ran away smashing the wagon to kindling wood and throwing both occupants out break Ing tho small bone In Mr White heads right leg Injuring his knot cap on the same log and otherwise bruising him up Young Coleman hud his face and hands scratched find bruised hilt was not otherwise hurt much RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAIN MEN G H Hausan Limit 0 En gineer L E W R Rr writes I have been troubled a great deal with backache I was induced to try Foleys Kidney Cure and one bottle entirely relieved me I gladly recommend It to any one especially my friends the trainmen who are usually afflicted South Longmoor W McKee Hardie PUBLIC SALE Attention is called to the adver tisement of Mr Oscar Farmer exe cutor of his father Mr Thos Farmer advertising a sale of the personalty for Friday next Nov 9 The property advertised is valua ble and there will doubtless be a large crowd presents WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS I have for sale one dozen young white Plymouth Rock Roosters Apply to- MRS N F RICHARDSON 83t THE NOAHS ARK The new store known as the Noahs Ark has opened up in the Sullivan building next door to Dr J W Gaylea Drug Store corner Broadway and Ann streets The manager is Mr Joe Simcox and everybody knows that Joe i a hustler He offers rare bargains in everything in his line Dont forget to call on him- SCHOOL NOTES School enrollment for Oct white 941 against 920 for last year and average attendance 91 per cent against 87 per centJlast year There are thirteen members of the senior class who are candidates for gradu aiton Miss Nellie Downing received the senior class on Monday at her home in the country Miss Maud Wihltehead has been quite sick for several days hence absent from school Members of the three high school classes have organized societies for literary work Rule number four is being en forced on some truants Boys you had better quit truancy and make men of yourselves Miss Hall was absent two days during October on account of sick nessProf J M N Downes paid our school a short visit last week He says he is well pleased with Frank fort schools Come again Pro fessor Our new stack at the white city school Is completed and Mr Stone Is ready for zero weather- Board of Education will meet- n Tuesbay night Nov 0 at 8 oclock We desire to return our sincere thanks to Prof Frogge for the above notes and cordially bespeak a continuance of same weekly If ho so desires Ik is ham work MARRIAGE AT EVERGREEN CHURCH ON HAL- LOVEEN BLAKEMORETERRY The moon fullrobed nnd bright scorned to shine with gladness to illumine the occasion nnd the stars to have retri mined their lamps to await like tho wise vir gins the coming of the bride groom Long before tho appointed time to open tho doors the churchyard vus filled with nn anxious throng of wellwishers and when the doors wore opened a scene of beauty never excelled met the gnze of the expectant throng Brilliantly lighted the decora tions dazzled the eye and over whelmed the imagination Huge streamers of evergreen festooned with hundreds of pink chrysanthe mums extended from the ceiling to every portion of the room in graceful curves The chnndeliers were decked most elaborately and beneath them the beauty and the bridal arch The altar filled with palms and pot plants and banked so as to conceal the organ and the organist Miss Emma Payne who upon the arrival of the party struck the chords of the bridal march to the melodious strains of which first came down the long aisle the ushers Mr Clarence Julian and Mr June Gill following them Mr Carl Wilson and Mr James Farmer then followed the maid of honor Miss Ann Crutcher of Richmond Ky carrying a huge bunch of pink chrys anthemums following her the brideelect Miss Lyde Terry on the arm of her brother Mr Lister Terry while simultaneously the groom Mr George Hampton Blakemore escorted by the best man Mr Ellie Gaines of Louis ville descended the side aisle meeting under the bridal arch in front of the altar The venerable Rev B F Hungerford who had married the brides parents ad vanced and performed a most beautiful ceremony closing with remindedsthem that standing under that arch like a rainbow of promise decorated with flowers an emblem of the hearts best and affectionate impulses entwined with ever greens an emblem of immortality and perpetual fidelity so might their lives on perpetual streams of love duty and happi ness To the slow and measured steps of the organ they filed out of church in reverse order cf en trance adjourning to the grooms mothers residence Mrs Delia Blakomore where the bridal party wore entertained May she when time has sunk him into years Love her old man and cherish his white hairs Nor ho perceive her charms thro age decay But think each happy sun his bridal day W Y M C A NOTES Arrangements have been made to receive the election returns in the Association Gymnasium on November 0 Tho service will be given Tho rooms will be open until midnight and later if needed No charge will be made to men The messages as they come will be thrown on canvass by a lantern The basketball teams are get challengeington Association Tuesdays and Fridays are game nights Tho regular glass work is Monday and Thursday nights Visitors am always welcome The Committeemens reception and conference hold at of Mr and Mrs J W Gayle Oc tober 20 was a most enjoyable and helpful affair A similar gathering will be had some time in December Tho Bible Class and Mens Meetings continue to prove popular and helpful Some special music will be a feature of the Sunday afternoon meeting Rev R L McCready will give time nd drossMothers who want to surround their boys with helpful and whole some associations will do well to investigate the junior privileges of tho Association cominginby tho holidays w f INCHESTER- i G NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS No black powder shells on the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In formity and strong shooting qualities Sure fire and waterproof Oct the genuine unljWINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS Karen J96m Z 1Z Y hJ Fit mARGumrMANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN POPLAR ASH AND WHITE JOAK LUMBER FRANKrORT XENO XY Would ros inform the otUzom of Frankfort and Franklin that wo will thorn lumbor of all kind cheaper than tiny one oho in the business Gull and get our prlciw offlco east ond of Seooni street Kenney Brothers old stand Sept 29lm bLA oo 4it GQZil oQM A4J r Pleasant ltta taKe Laxative Syrup ISyS NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION f Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as the y bring abouta normal action of the bowels when minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinesI Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as NauseousnesssBloated i Your money will be returned if you do not like it better than any other you have triedarI ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf WE HAVElJust 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 dryVelayingentire satisfaction in every particular Main office Black Hoges old stand TelephonesEast Ten nessee NO7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch office end of bridg South Frankfort Frankfort Telephone Exchange No 236 Ve will also pay the highest cash prices for wheat in any quantities All farmers s havingVwheat to sell will do well to see us before selling r Rage Coal and Feed Company Black Hoges Old Stand W MILLINERYi I have on exhibition a beautiful assortment of now 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 stylus Call and see thorn at Mrs GH Mandovillos East Broadway opposite L N tatlon 72t SPECIAL MEETING OF NEEDLEWORK GUILD offNeedleworkel on Monday Novombor 6th at 1080 oclock a in for tho purpose of electing a President It being the Intention of the present incumbent to rosign at tlmtinnooting ELEANOR HOLMES LINDSAY t President i SWztt1f 1 I VIEW NOFVThIWE Sr FROM TORE COURTFROM PHOTOGRAPH 7AKEN AUGIISOO THE NORTH BAY The view here shown of the north bay of Delaware Park which is included in the site of the Pan American Exposition to be hold at Buffalo next year is taken from a point north of the site of the Al bright Art Gallery This is destined to be in view of its magnificent surroundings in the near future ope of the most beautiful reaches of water in the country The bridge in tho pieturo graceful and sub stantial as it is is to be replaced by a far more imposing and ornate structure The bridge crosses a narrow neck in the park lake and TURN AND ffQW What is probably one of the copies of the first railway guide ever issued in the United States is in possession of the Passenger Do artment of the Chicago North- Western Railway This quaint little book was pirnted in the Reflector office in ScbenoctadyN Yin 1836 and its title proclaims it A Wes- ternc Travelers Pocket Dictionary and Strangers Guide Its 00 tiny pages are 23 x8 inches in size bound in red covered boards At the time this little guide appeared all tho States through which the Chicago NorthWostern Railway now operates with the exception of Illinois were territories rind the tide of immigration was just be ginning to set toward the wos Chicago was a village and it was not until twelve years liter that her first railroad was begun to be built wlich pioneer line is now a part of the preat Chicago North Western system operating 81500 miles of firstclass railway in Ill nois Wisconsin Michigan Mime sota North Dakota South Dakota Iowa Nebraska and Wyoming and c running through trains daily be tween Chicago and San Francisco and Portland This mighty empire has a population vastly greater than the whole nation possessed in the year 1830 The total population of the United States as given in the Guide was 9 185 028 confined to the territory east of the Mislssippi river Beyond was an unknown and unexplored wilderness The canals of Now York Penn Brlvania and Ohio were the chief r means of transportation both for people and commodities of com taec as there were I ut 1500 miles of railway in tho republic at this tine while the mileage of the cainls was considerably greater Much of the space in tho Guide was given to rates of freight and pas senger traffic on the different cn als together with points about tho bust wagon roads in existence at that time It is but sixtyfour years since- this little book was printed bu centuries of progress havo boon compressed into this comparatively shrlt time The canal is brit a memory while thousands upon thousands of miles of stool bring f the remotest regions of tho nation within a low hours journey und U the subtle potency of the telegraph makes tho whole world kin When you can not sloop for cough it is hardly necessary that any ne you that you need r CouglRemedy possihloItisgOOdW Gaylo Druggist carries the broad and beautiful driveway which leads from the main southern entrance at Forest Avenue to the Exposition build lings On the north side of the North Bay will stand the fine substantial and permanent building to be erected by the State of New York and which will become after the Exppsition the home of the valuable collection of Indian col onial and pioneer relics and library owned by the Buffalo Historical Society Opposite tho New York State Building on the South Side of the Bay will stand the Albright Art Gallery which is to serve the A GREAT WORK I The National Magazine for Octo ber contains an Illustrated article under iho caption Doubletracking a TransContinental Railway This is an interesting story of the undertaking of the Chicago NorthWestern Railway of double tracking its main lino between Chicago and Council Bluffs which has been completed as far west as Carroll and by tho close of next year the entire distance is expected to be finished lho double track will not only greatly facilitate the handling of trafic both freight and passenger but by tho olimination of curves and grades will also shorten he distance between Chicago and Omaha In many places tho old right of way will bo abandoned and many engineering difficulties that ap peared unsurmountable when the original line was built have been solved by the audaoityof he modern engineer Tho most notable feature of the work is at Boone Iowa The present lino sweeps direct to the south after leaving Boone fol lowing the course of the Des Moines river which Is crossed by a bridge a few miles below the town mak ing steep grades on both sides of the river The now line however will run straight west and crosses the Des Moines river over a mighty bridge that spans the Des Moines valley from bluff to bluff a dis tance of more than half a mile The building of this bridge saves three miles in distance and abolishes two of the longest and systemDuring this progresstherethe train service from one end of the line to the outer A GREAT MEDICINE I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem ody and find it to be a great modi cine says Mr E S Phipps of Potoau Ark It cured me cf bloody flux I cannot speak too alwaystpraise of those who use it The quick cures which it effects oven in tho most severe eases make it a favorite everywhere For sale by J W Gayle druggist LOOK OUT Some porsons have an idea that the game law protecting quail hits expired This is a mistake The open season does not commence un ill Nov 10th It only lasts until January 10th So look out you sportsmen Tho Frankfort Hunting Club will watch for violators of the law purpose of the Exposition for the Department of fine arts This building is the gift of Mr J J Albright of Buffalo to his fellow fireIproof of white marble In the Ionic style of architecture and will stand on a broad terrace sustained by a wall of granite blocks The building will be 2T0 feet long by about 150 feet wide and is to be of such a substantial character as to withstand the elements for many generations It will become the public art gallery of Buffalo Fine Arts Academy having tho custody of the property SIGMA NUS BANQUET MR WOODS Mr Clarence E Woods was the guest of honor at a swell dinner Monday evening tendered him by the active and alumni members of Zeta Chapter of Sigma Nu in honor of his recent reelection to the position of Grand Recorder of that order The affair occurred at nine oclock in tho parlor of Richmonds DelmonIcoMonslour Giunchiglinni and all the delicacies of the season were furnished by that popular caterer At the conclusion of the consumption of Joes culinary tri umphs the following toasts wore deliveredToastmasterThomas H Pickles Fifteen Years in Harness Clarence E Our WoodsIPhi Delta ton Messages From Our FriendsA- A Talbott Delta Kappa EpsilonJames TribbleISigma Alpha DedmanThe EpsilonOurryI It was a very and thoroughly enjoyed by the I Interfraternity gathering present Richmond Climax- CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REM EDY IN CHICAGO Hisgen Bros the popular South Side druggists corner 69th street and Wentworth avenue say We sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that it gives the most satisfactory results especially among children for se vere colds and croup For sale by druggistI and adjoining counties had a parade and SaturdayAbout clubs paraded headed by Saxtons band from Lexington There wore about 600 horsemen and boys In tho line IAt 2 oclock tho speaking was to commenced at a stand In the public square but a sprinkle of rain caused the managers to change tho place to the Opera House Several speakers entertained the crowd present Tho enthusiasm was not its pro nounced as will expected After exposure or when you feqi a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never falls to cure and will prevent pneumonia or consumption Dont accept substitutes Nothing good South Louginoor W Mc Kee Hardle fLJJ i1 NR 1c xsr 1 THE ROUNDABOUT r r1 THE PEOPLES PAPER t 4- rri EVERYBODY TAKES IT- EVEItYBODY i READS ITI r fH i lIa Subsoriptiollt i 10- fA Fa 1 OUR JOB DEPARTMENT tAt ti et BINDERY ljjBlank Books of all kinds gotten up im At kfetat style oj a the art Old Books and Music bound it ftMMrt rasa Jo- K il Work ti til HimdA aoicitcLtajr- Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE IIt0 LOGAL TIME TABLE rt IIn Effect October 5th 1899 IJMI PUSI Dully Except Sunday Pa N 111 No rcJllxc-1 t r 100 340 a50 LvFnankfortA Arllua 710 916 i1f tII Stetlnvuetovn r r 4 l 702 ElKiiorn 050 865 185 401 710 Swltzor e9 649 840 i155 410 720 Stiunpliiicttroutid 08J 8tJ 201 4 726 082 810 f if21I300 433 750It 0 S Depot B 617 75UI xw = 448 N07II NewtolVoII 9M 0H sear n 815 Ontcrvllle 945 555 820 ElIzlloetl1II 949 55U 510 ArParlstiIY 930 540 connects with L S N connects with 6 0 connects with Ky Central ==Between Frankfort and Cincinnati lPM PM AM 11 Joj 100 840 JvFnUlkfort Ar Itm 300 431 74fiAr Georgetown Lv Uti28 lIn308 75J eto-wluolnuutlnLYArAr 618 aiB50 720 1005 4 il