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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 TIE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tt LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance AtcttroA VOLiXXIY1 FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER lO 1900 NO 9 l SAD AFFAIR 11c trv f s ii On SahmlaV afternoon Mr Thos lt t Randolph Jett son of Mr Thos J 7fI Jfttt and MrChas Pnrrish becnme involved in a difficulty during which Pnrrlsh threw a brick at j jk Jett striking him on the right side of his forehead gutting a serious t gash and fracturing the inner plato r of his skull Jett was rendered r unconscious for several hours but tW il under the surgical attention of Drs r J 0 S Roynolds and S E James was revived and taken to his home 1r qn the South Side where he lingered rk in great agony until 8 p m on rt Monday when he died ftom hemor rhage of the brainIi Parrish was arrested and placed in Jail Saturday night and as it was not known that Jett was se riously injured he was released on bond but was again arrested Mon day night and returned to Jail to await an examining trial Coroner Meagher was notified of Jetts death and had a jury to sit in the case who returned a verdict iri accordance with the facts You cant afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or cold to develop into pneumonia or con sumption One Minute Cure will cure throat and lung troubles quicker than any other preparation known Many doctors use it as a k specific for lagrippe It is an infnl ible remedy for croup Children v like it and mothers endorse it South Longmoor W McKee Har die 1 HUGH DARNABY Tills is the title of a small book written by Mr G M Davis of Wajjhlngtbn City It is a pleasant and realistic little work with no preliminary plot the scene of which is laid in the blue grass jeglon of old Kentucky and is a truthful story of events happening at the outbreak during the continu anqe and after the close of the war Barring a few little inaccuracies t it Is a reliable volume and uplIclnbecause they I disensorTheall right but their stomachs are unable to digest food Kodol Dyf pepsin Cure what you etit and prevents the formation of gas which makes the stomach press i against the heart It will cure evoryform of indigestion South 4 LongrnoorW McKee SAD DEATHIv We regret announce the death of our young friend Mr Thomas Randolph Jett son of Mr Thos J Jett of this city which occurred at the home of his father Jon Third street on Monday night ab8oclockns the result of a lick o- nibis head received Saturday after J4 noon Mr Jett was a capable and hon r rorable young man warmhearted and true He was the idol of his fii j mother and father and very popuI r Jar with all who knew him He was about 82 years of age und heartbroken mother and father two brothers and three sis r1 s e a largo cijcqle Ofirol at1vfftandfriondArto mourn his uhtlmejyendii t The funeral took pace on Wed nesday iTiornlngat 11 oclock from the residencq ojtJiMfatiher Cervices being conducted by Rev J 1C f Soutjij n Darsle of the Christi Churohalterwhich- j the remains wore burled in our scumotaryrr w Wo have known Mr Jett from his and our relations have i boon of the kindliest nature jWe I our sing rest sympathy to the bcroftfamfly DoVittR Witch Hazel Snlve will i promptly the worst burns and scalds nQ leave a scar It can v It to outs and raw surfaces with prompt rand soothing effect and skin diseases r Uge w r of worthless counterfeits South Longmoor W McKee l r The attraction at the Capital Theatre during the week of Nov 12th is the famous Keystone Dramatic Company This attraction carries a special car load of new scenery and effects The opening bill Under Sealed Orders by J W Harkins jr Is an English melodrama in four acts The presentation of this drama Is as fine and complete as any play ever produced In this city Miss Gertrude Shloman the leading lady is without doubt one of the cleverest actresses now before tho public and Lawrence B McGill her principal support is an actor of undisputed ability and the remain der of the company have been selected with great care and each one is particularly adapted for the part he or she has been assigned to High class specialties will be introduced between acts The Keystone Dramatic Company which is billed to appear at the Capital Theatre during the week of Nov 12th carry a repertoire of productions in their entirety sec ond to no other company traveling Each and every play is presented with a wealth of beautiful special scenery and stage setting and every costume worn by the ladies and gentlemen are dreams of beauty The Keystones are still headed by that charming and talented actress Miss Gertrude Shipman whose rare ability has been the cause of column after column of newspaper writeups in every city in which sho has Appeared This clever little is most ably supported by- thahroInantic and powerful actor Law Ice B McGlll of whom no critic an find a flow of language too 8 with which to express the merit of his acting The sup company Is without a doubt the best the country can pros use and together with a car load of scqnery can fully guarantee a Week of amusements which are mleed more than extraordinary High class specialties will be intro djUced between the acts GREAT MEDICINE IAhave used Chamborlans Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy and find it to be a great medi cine II says Mr E S Phipps of Poteau Ark It cured me cf bloody flux I cannot speak too highly of it This remedy always notIquick cures which it effects even in the most severe cases make it a favorite everywhere For sale by J W Gayle druggist THANKS IWe have been placed under obli gations by Mrs Lyda T Watts this city for a very pretty and corI- rect picture of the old St street bridge which is the work of her hands Whenever we look at the picture of that famous old having11eeUng A old familiar bridge IWe desire to return our sincere to Mrs Watts for her gift e PRIMARY CALLED The Democratic County Committee met on Thursday and palled a primary election for the nomination of all county officers to be elected next November The primary is to beheld on Tuesday December 18 None but those who voted the straight Democratic ticket on Tuesday and those who come of age af ter that time will be allowed to vote IA POWDER MILL EXPLOSION Removes everything in sight so do drastic mineral but both are mighty dangerous Dont dyna mite the machinery of your body with calomel croton or aloes when Dr Rims Now Life Pills which are as a summer broee do the work per feotly Cures headache constipa Lion Only 25 cents at J w Gayles drug stoke TEACHERS MEETING HELD AT JETTS The teachers of the Forks of Elk horn Magisterial District met at Jetts on Saturday Nov 3d Quite a number of teachers were present from this and other parts of the Frogge of the Frankfort public schools was with us and delivered several of his usual entertaining and instructive talks Wo were delighted to have Mr Leo A Owen address us on several subjects Would that all citizens were such friends to education as Mr A OwenIrious topics were made by Prof Froggo Mr E R Jones MrI L A Owen Miss Mary Hearn and othersWe entertained most royally at dinner by the ladies of that It was an en inIstructlveMiss Hearn deserves much credit for the success of gals meeting The five minute talks by visitors was a source of wit and amusement The meeting was presided over by our faithful and attentive County Superintendent Miss Lucy Pattie Rev L D Stucker of Blooming ton candidate for County Superin tendent of Schools was present and seemed pleased with the way things were conductedTEACHER Fresh crackers only 4Mo per LangilonQre COUNTY COURT SALES Mr H G Davis tho cattle broker made the following sales of cattle on Monday 2 Jersey steers at 15 each 8 Jersey steers at 2260 each 4 shorthorn steers at 2250 each 2 shorthorn bulls at 35 each When you feel that life is hardly worth tho candle take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your andIJ W Gayle For the Roundabout A WHEELBARROW RIDE ON FACTORY HILL IMrs Hanna Russell a handsome matron of 80 or thereabouts was to push Mr Andrew Noland around Factory Hill should McKinley be elected When word came that he was to be our next President Mrs Russell brought her wheelbarrow beautifully decorated with flowers which Mr Noland entered arrayed in a calico wrapper and sun bonnet 11here were fully a hundred and men women and children who followed to see the fun The boys with boards old tin buckets and horns beating with all their strength Hon Richard M Grant one of our leading Republi cans was in the lend beating on an old tin pan the tune of the well known song of Theres a hot time in the old town tonight The parade was so comical that some of the Democrats were seen to come from out their hiding places to sue the fun Mrs Russell was sweat ing as though she had just come from over n red hot oven when she arrived at her destinationWITNESS Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets cure constipation bilious ness and headache They are easy Ito take and pleasant In effect For sale by J W Gayle- TRISTATE VEHICLE AND IMPLEMENT EXHIBI TION LOW RATES TO CINCINNATI Tickets will bo on sale via Queen Crescent Route from all points between Moreland and Crescent Springs for trains November 21st good to return 22d account tho above occasion Ask ticket agents for full particulars VJTLYVST 3txvr zyzr f7 v I 2 J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELLM SAFFELLS Staple and Fancy Groceries China and Gj asswarer Fine Wines and i S i h Whiskies ii Ii il t We ask our city lidhtryrrierids to call at 212 iAnn Street and jnspect our goods JRM SAFFELLSONR X Ellendale Commercial College Near ng School for Boys and Young Men who wish to study Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short if Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic The college is located in ono of tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods in tf f Daviess county remote from all temptations and distractions of city or ftown Not ono of our graduates has failed to secure a i f good position Catalogues free Re j opens September 10 1900 r J E Gardiner A M Pres J r July 2J6m CURDSVILLE KY C Ai Ri Pli Si Or I tel i 0TIc t sJJ iM A iTT IS G orrge i Stehlin Furniture and Carpets Main Street I PERSONALS t SoSprings Millvlllesroturnofrom guestoMr Joe LoCompte of Lexington was hero on Saturday Rev R L McCr adv loft last night for Charlotte N C rtlMrs T F Talinferroof Pleasure villa visited hero this week Miss Hemlriok Swigort is- vIsitinga friends in Lexington wifhaveMr Tas E Henton of Woodfor- county was here county court day Mr H Clay Dunigan of Louis ville was a here on Sunday Mrs Marvin D Averill and son are visiting friends In Harrodsburg Dr JohnR McKee of Woodford courtdayvisitedHnrrodsburg 1Mrs Knox Brown of Owen county visited relatives here this weekRev J R Savage and wife vis countyFridayMr Jas E Stone of Louisville andSunduyrMr Wm Boyett of Woodford county attended county court Monday Mrs Wm Cromwell returned Monday rom a visit to frionds Louisville inI Miss Mary Keith Niles has re turned from a visit to friends in LexingtonMrs McClure is the guest of her sister Mrs Jas A Hodges in Louisville Mrs Hugh Rodman and Miss Ruth ftodmun have gone to San Francisco Cal Miss Linda Hughes and Miss Anne Church have returned from a visit to LoulslvlloIMr Chas G Payne who came home to vote returned to Washington City on Tuesday Misses Clara and Mamie Grutcher were guests of their auntMrs Geo A Lewis this week Mr George Staples went to Adair county his home to vote but was denied that privilege Mrs Frank Grubbs of Spring field Mo was the guest of Mrs DIB Walcutt this week Miss Mae Stone of Stamping Ground is the guest of Miss t Thomason South Side LouisvilleThere has returned homeJRev Robt Christie D D wife of Pittsburg Penn visited relatives Jigrojthlsweek Miss Minnie Bell of Chicaog Ill who has been visiting relatives here has retuned home Mrs Kate C Johnson has to Knoxville Tenn to visit her sisfter Mrs W W WoodruffIMrs M B Adams and children heave this morning for Mason county tpvisit her parents Mr J Russell Williams who came home to vote returned to Washington City on Tuesday Mr Geo Edwards of Versailles attended the funeral of his nephew Mr T R Jett on Wednesday Mrs B W Thompson of Ver sailles is family of Col Chas E Hoge this county Mr Chapman Coleman who came home to vote returned to Wash i ington City on Tuesday morning Mr H C Mallory of Chicago Ill was tho of his father lawCol Torn Rodman on Sunday Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville attended the wedding of Mr R Ml Aldridge and wife last week jAngelesto visit man Mrs Lee Buckley and children are visiting the family of Mr J Williams in Washington hiMrsbeen time guest of her niece R L Grinstead West Side this week e Mrs Caleb Merchant was caned to Louisville Friday by the serious Ollness of her daughter Mrs J B Eastin ft J iMr Thos D Hinde und wife of Chicago came hero with tho re mains of Mr Thos B Macklin Sunday Mr W W Darnell of Millville was called here to attend the fun y oral of his nephew Mr T R Jett WednesdayMrs Miss Mannio and Misses Annie and Emily Thomas left Tuesday for a visit to ew York City neeMcEnnis WestSideMagdalena wellMontwill begin a two weeks mooting in the Broadway Christian Church Miss Ruth Rodman loft Thursday for Oldhnm county to visit rela gotoMrs D L Holland and grand son leo Tones who have been visiting relatives in Now York for sev months have returned homo Mr Tas A Murray wife and children and Mrs L A DeLimo will leave for New York City next citydNEWS FROM THE FRANKFORT Y M C A Sunday Nov llth is the first lay of the Associations week of prayer for the young men of the world This custom has been observed by all the Y M C As for many years The meeting Sunday afternoon will be addressed by Mr H C Shaw of Lexington Special music will be a feature It is probable that some religious meetings will be held through the week rIt is estimated that 1000 men visited the building Tuesday night and heard the election mows The comI plate returns were received and all present seemed to appreciate the inIte1esttinue to attract non to the rooms and new members are coming In almost daily The basket ball team expect to challenge tile Louisville Association for a game in the near future i The mens Bible class held their meeting last night at the home of Mr A Knox the General Secretary It was a most interesting lesson i and was followed by an hour of i socinlgood time The class is growing The daily average of men visiting the rooms and taking advantage of r the privileges during October was Si or a total for the month of 2460 ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to S ffererstiDoes your skin itch and burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the skirt so you f1DoHair or Scalp Have you EczemaaSkin Sore and Cracked on the Hkin Prickling Puin in the 0SwollenRun Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities poisons in the blood Take B B Botanica Blood Balm which snakes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to healw itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested fur 30 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advied to give B B B a trial For sale by druggists at SI per large bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given ESgFor Sale by W McKee HardieI 481y 2 ICOUNT NOT MADE pressythe done practically nothing toward g counting tho vote of Franklin county Wocannot therefore give IU the figures as wo had hoped Many of your friends or people whom you know of have con traded BeglostFoleys Honey and Tar a safe sure and pleasant cough mediclna- would have saved them It ig guaranteed South Longmqor W McKee HardIe 0 AWFUL END Mr Jas Nortonono ojf thoJurors in the Youtsey ease at Georgetown was burned to death on Monday night in the jail at Sadievillo Scott placedIboing ImportedFrench k Flannels in all j the Latest i Styles 1 andShades i 75c tot f 90c i per yard Solidf Color French Flannel in all- Shades 50c per yard Flanneletts 8131O 15c per yard Come get first choice CKaginBro 41 ST CLAIR ST Attention To prepare your sons for a busy life in this world send them to Ellendale Commercial College near Curdsvllle Ky The college Is sit in a healthful and refined neighborhood In Davless county remote from the distractions and temptations of city ortown Only experienced inslructorsareemployed one exception our graduates re holding good positions Board tuition furnished room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue particulars address J E GARDINER A M Pres 46 6m STAMPING GROUND Mr Joel Wright is seriously ill ith fever Mrs P L Warth Is seriously ill DiedNov 4 Mr Robt Belffeld Southworth aged 00 The funeral was preached Monday by Rev Mr Glass and the remains were interred in our cemetery Nearly all the corn in this section has been cribbed and if the pleas ant weather continues it will all be safe in a few days Mss Mae Stone is visiting the Misses Thomason in Frankfort The election passed off very qui etly and there seems to be no complaint of tho wy it was conducted YACOB RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN G H Hausan Lima OEn gineer LE W R R writes T have boon troubled a deal with backache I was induced to try Foloys Kidney Cure undone bottle entirely relieved me I recommend it to any one especially my friends the tminirfen who are usuiilly aflllctod South d Longmopr W McKee Hardio BUSINESS PROPERTY FO R SALE Tho building mown as the old Dr Rodman ofllco and the lot upon which it stands on St Clair street next door toM A Solberts jewelry store is offered for sale The ad joining lot is also for sale Mrs Nannie Duvalls For terms ap ply at this office JWm I fiI d G 0LSTAGG A BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Stree- tHardwareFQr Your Fall Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement ti Meat Cutters Loaded Shells Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc t Stagg A N D h T ill I J l i t I Q special styles for women for this season is the PATENT t DRESS BOOT herewith s The l vamp and foxing are of the new Patent Kid thernost beautiful leather possible The sole of tho boot is of good walking weight made with the fashionable JY wideextension edge worn by Dressy Young Women IL I r PRI I ONE OF THE MANY STYLES I f i I Hand Welt I Heavy Sole- Extension Edge Low Heel K Lecture at Capital Hotel Ball- Room On Monday next November 12th Miss Marker of Louisville who has the of being Mistress of the lecture platform will deliver n lecture in the ball room of the Capital Hotel which will be illustrated by the stereop tioon Every one should hoar her as her coming will present un op portunity for the young people of our schools to see and enjoy some world famous pictures Tickets are sold at the nominal price of 25 cents and can be had at the Capi tal Hotel office WHITE PLYl10 I have for sale one dozen young white Plymouth Rock Rooster Apply to MRS N sat OSTEOPATHY Richard P Backmaster D 0 Graduated under A T Still toun der orO Kirksviile MO oppositecustomKagin Bros dry goods store Office hours 0 a m to 5 p m Evening hours 7 to 9 Telephone No 146 Consultation iree 14tf Best rice not over two pounds only OjjjO per pound Saturday jNpv 10 r Bacon ori f il Street Dress Boot 11OneKID 1Ideal Iu300 1ii McClure SonIR reputation 1HROCJSI RICHARDSON r VERY rSWELL tFor Street Weir SEE THAT THIS IJTROCrR AGENTS rJX WANlEDTworellnblo travelingI Irsalesmen in each State j permanent i position salary and J perience not absolutely essentialt ONE DOLLAR Less tin a ceit a lay I RCD j n tie Bi Tie c nI10ItW11iW rie per a the Sttt ii From Now r4f r Till December ifrtX F SeftfY rN YMrlwwyKOI f llli SOLEL Greensboro IONLY ONLY 00 N1 1of Iji A i iI i vX Jtf wrS r rfra 14w YJY sa R d i iyy j- as Jtf1 tt THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR S B JOHNSON COd t I J ft t 4 I lErr11i J t I a-l DEATHS TINESrAt ttierorfiaeneobfhiB father Mr Jas B Gnlnus In this p on Sunday last Mr W ts Anderson Gaines aged 87 years Jafteralong illness of comsjimption Mr Gaines had been in business in this city until about three years ago when he removed to Warsaw 1Ky and engaged in business with Is fatherinlawr Something over a year ago his 7 health began to fall and ho went to Florida in the hope of being benoflftted but without result t y Several months since he came to his fathers to await the fast ap i proaching end He was a member of4he Presby tarian Church As a business man ho was careful J and exact upright and honorable He leaves a wife und one little boy and a large circle of relatives to mourn his untimely end The funeral services were con dueled from his fathers residence s 1 on Tuesday morning ft 10 oclock by Rev E F Wright after which the remains were laid away in the famIly lot In our cemetery The sympathy of our whole com munity goes out to the desolate wife orphan bOYjand sorely afflicted family f r 1 WJ3ITEIn Louisville oh Tues day Mrs Fannie Shaw White wife ol Son Chas W White former member of the Legislature from ZJs Hardin county and daughter of- jMr Joshua R Shaw of Woodford county The remains were brought here on Wednesday morning and interred i1 in our cemetery ALEXANDER In Louisville on Saturday night Miss Hattie Alex k under of consumption JX Miss Alexaner formerly lived in- r trt I fl s Your t want to get well Who doesnt But you are discour j r aged Youve tried I promised keep their promises If you want to get well try the medicine that makes people well V DRPIERCE uMr6ODEN MEDIO- LDISCOVERYf For diseases of the stomachr and of digestion and- nutrition this offers a practically unfailing cure ht per cent of all who use It gqt well I cannot express half ffi feel lags of to write B Clark of Enterprise i Shelby Co Mo I I paired of ever getting well I had beeri in health for r twelve yean Had aches all through me numb hand cold feet everything I ate ate treMed me was very nervous depress cdonddecpondent Wheal wrote to ysu thought I never be cured I ofDrMedical Discovery and tuy is now good f this city with her kinsman Mr H C Dunigan She was un estimable lady The remains were brought here on Monday and interred in our cemetery NOOEAt the home of her daughter Mrs E P Lillard in this city on Monday night Mrs Lucy Nooe aged 87 The remains wore shipped over the F C rail road on Wednesday morning to her old home at Wilmore Jessamine countyWALLACEAt the residence of her brotherinlaw Mr WT Lewis near Woodlake on Thursday morning Miss Ella Wallace after a long illness from consumption Miss Wallace was a lovely Chris paImornThe funeral took place from the residence yesterday morning ah 9 oclock and the remains were taken to Lexington for interment To the griefstricken relatives and friends we tender our sincerest sympathy DSWitts Little Early Risers are EasytoLongmoor W McKeeJEIardie A LETTER FROM HOME William this is wrote to you to let you know that cotton is ten cents an the sheriff has levied on all you made Also to inform you that your two mules has been took for a note you didnt pay an that your house ketched on fire an burned down Wednesday Also to say that gold has been found on your place an your creditors are adiggin of it Hopin this will find you enjoying all happiness an that you will have a merry Christmas when it comes I remain dear William the same as over For Sale A first class bycicle 99 model Humbler Is offered for sale Apply at this office tf POWERS CASE SET FOR ARGU MENT The case of Caleb Powers against the Commonwealth on appeal from the Scott Circuit Court way sot for argument by Chief Justice Haz elrigg on Thursday for Tuesday Nov 23 This was done over the protest of the chief counsel Gov Brown of Powers Gov Brown stated that they could not get ready for the argu mont by that time and insisted that the case be sot for a later day The Chief Justice would not con sent to this but said when the day arrived lie would hear further motions in the case- SUNDAYSCHOOL INSTITUTE There will be a Sundayschool Institute hold in this city on Satur day and Sunday Nov 80 and Doc The place will be announced later on- The Institute will bo conducted by Prof E A Fox of Louisville All Sundayschool teachers and workers are expected to attend and to be hrerjnred to take part in the discussion of the questions which will be brought up for considera tion BONAPARTESI Writing of the romance of Eliza beth Patterson and Jerome Bona parte after the annulment of their marriage by Napolieon I William Perrine in Ladies sas that towards her expatriate husband Elizabeth exhibited noth ing but contempt which in part she expressed for all Bonapartes whom she condemned as a mean family It excepting always the one who had ruthlessly tornJerome from her But of Napoleon she never ceased to speak reverently as a man of genius whose relatives were un worthy the blood of tho brilliant conqueror She refused to accept from her husband as king of West phalia the title of Princess Schmal calden and a dower of 200000 francs and when Jerome professed not to understand why she rejected his offer and yet allowed a smaller pension to be bestowed upon her by his brother the emperor she sar castically exclaimed I prefer to hide under an eagles wing rather than hang from the meekof a gosling Again Jerome exposed him self to her sneering reproach when having proposed that she might have a home in Westphalia she sent back the reply Your kingdom is large but not large enough for two queens It was only once that the disunited couple saw each other again and then no word passed between them One day Jerome was walking with his wife in the gal lery of the Pitti Palace at Florence when Mine BonapartQ came upon the scene When he rec ognized her Jerome hurriedly whis pered to his Oath rneas Elizabeth silently walked on That lady is my former wife He took care not to carry her in to the gallery and time next morning left the city SUCCESSFUL MEETING The meeting held by Rev M B Adams at Bethel Baptist Church this closed Thursday night with 7 additions 5 of which were by experience and baptism THE MOST EXCITING ICAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS ONI must have a iThe Campaign Offer of 100 From Now to Nov 15 made by THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased and impartial dally in the South REGULAR RATES One month SOc Three months 125 Six Months200T-welve Months 300 Send for Sample Copies THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky m THE ROUNDABOUT llL THE PEOPLES PAPERq i f1 fI EVERYBODY TAKES IT fP II 7 7 y EVERYBODY READS Isryak It t f j J f Subscription Only Sf Per YeaP i tfr HjtOUR JOB DEPARTMENt I BINDERY t oJ Blank Booki of all kinds jotttn np fa at Utfutt i tlshe art Old Books and Music bound at ilk ffttftf Jb j Work of til Mad sit tec1II Znrf 1 JIjya M1 1re7wwts rKaa7daa7dlrj xq four Ktry t d4d Tnc Frankfort ouQgIf Entered at tho postofflcc at Frankfort Ken tucks as secoud class mnilnble matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT NOV 10 1900 THE RESULT NATIONALLY oleetlonholdonThe Tuesday resulted inn Waterloo for the Dem ocrats Bryan and Stevenson going down in defeat by a totally unex ported and unlooked for majority both In the eleotorral college and A popularly McKinloy carried tho following States California Connecticut Delaware Illinois Indiana Iowa f Kansas Maine Maryland Mama chusetts Michigan Minnesota Nebraska New Hampshire New York New Jersey North Dakota tl Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania vbhode IslandSouth Dakota Utah j Vermont Washington West Vir ginia Wisconsin and Wyoming J r Bryan carried the following Al ij abama Arkansas Colorado Flor LouisianaJNevada North CarolinaSouth Car olina Tennessee Texas and Vir ginia with Kentucky in doubtIThe Republicans carry the House of Representatives in Congress f and increase their majority in time Senate tc The majorities on the popular vote aro simply tremendous andj sanguineleaders of or claimed It is useless to spec ulate or moralize over this result It emphasizes the fact that the peo plo verb satisfied with the present J condition of affairs and were will ing to try it that way for another four years ELECTION DAYITuesday last was an ideal fall f day and to one not acquainted lwlth the fact they would not have t dreamed that there was an impor J tant and exciting election in prog 1 rocs in our city It had more the appearance of Sunday every where except just about the several poll Ing places Both sides were on their good behavior and there was not even a quarrel or a scrap about the polls One great reason for this grntify E A lITo Take Thin pale anaemic girls t I need a fatty food to enrich their blood give color tow I their cheeks and restore their t health and strength It is = 1 safe to say that they nearlyI I all reject fat with their food w j COD LIVER OIL Wl1I NYp p 0 PHI ES OFliNE SODA s requireiportant 5 r in a palatable and easily di = = Bested form but also the hypo phosphites which are so valua iv I ble in nervous disorders that usually accompany anamia 1 SCOTTS EMULSION is fattyo food that is more easily V y m digested than any other form g of fat A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health uj I You can get it in this wayu 2 We have known per sons to gain a pound a day while taking it gee andzoo all druggists t SCOTT DOW Chemists New York ME eet ing result was that tho saloons and other places where liquor is sold wore closed tho night before and kept closed all day ITo show that there never has been any reason why the full vote can not be polled in this city is the bnlIlotsoclock a m and tho duties of tho election ofllcers from that time until oclock the hour for closing were perfunctory There were more firstclass citi zens out and around tho polling places than wo over remember to have soon They wore there with notebook in hand and the rdunders and heelers knew that they meant business lain that any Infraction of the laws would be immediately noted down and the offenders dealt with It struck terror to their hearts and they slunk away to then haunts The resultof the election may be found In full in another part of our paper + w SUDDEN DEATH The sad news was received in city on Saturday morning that Thos BMacklin oldest son of thisI Oeo B Macklin had died ly in Chicago Illsi on night Mr Macklin was about FridaIof age and had lived most life in this city having been keeper for his father fathers death he was a clerk the Kentucky river packet hiHI City subsequently removing Chicago Ills where ho was business when the end camo He was a handsome and popular young man f homeIon f w afternoonHe onebrother Mr we L Macklin and three sisters Mrs J tW Gayle Miss Ruby and Miss Eva a large circle of relatives to J mourn his untimely death This Is the season when mothers croupItCough Cure which children like to take South fir Longmoor W McKee Hardie TERRIBLERECORD Since the first day of this year there have been fourteen murders committed in the bounty of Frank lin When we contemplate this terrible record our hearts sink within us and we are compelled to ask how can these be in a iii1lkeThank God there are somo as good people living in tho dear old town as can be found anywhere but there has grown up a among the disorderly they can do pretty much feellngI please if they happen to pull and they proceed to that take Is IdeaIent rights to put a ban upon murder and all other crimes that naturally cluster around anti In time wake of this horrible monster Tho best method of cleansing tho liver is time use of the us LittleEarly I urine South Longmoor W McKee Hurdle FIRE SUNDAY On Sunday afternoon an alarm from box 10 called the fire boys to tho Hunt raginginhouse Owing to time quick run and j good work of the boys the blaze wits quickly subdued inflicting a loss of only about 500 The house belongs to the Hunt estate and was occupied by Mr L R Smith who has tho care of tho whole property OPENS COU RT I U S District Judge W H Holt of Porto Rico opened his court formally on Monday at San Juan Chief Justice Quinones of the TerritoryWdress of wqlcofno Judge Holt responding Honwropresen tasj6Ivd from Campbell county L rfOI k r IFor H We have a most ex clusive and complete variety of Mens Boys and Childrens Cloth lng Mens Qui and Overcoats Sr 750 1000 12501500 t up to 2000 We have added several fine makes of clothing to our stock One of them is the celebrated make of Alfred Benjamin Co of New York These goods are known by every clothier to be as fine as any clqthing made They make nothing butFine Clothing Every suit and ov ercoat can be relied on to be perfect fit ting and strictly UpDate The prices on Alfred Benjamin Cos- suits and overcoats range from 1350 to t 2000t t But when you get one of them you will have a garment that you will be proud of New Fall Hats Furnishing goods and woolens for suits to orderHudsons Cot Main and St Clair Frankfort Ky lisaillcaicaic icaicaicz sic I If 1 1 j JThis Space is Reseved for ihje t i rr f INOAKS Lf c l 1 7Jt i A R KI a i I ADVERTISEMENT j r Look Out For tr i I I LEXINGTON BREWING GOi t BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbirbin Quality and Flavor Are I EQUALTO THE ANY LAND BEERMADE CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A- Kentucky Industryj j JE1IFLOUR s AnywherePatronize COij I Those K Robb f 4Piano and Movere Fur t Packing IInd Men refully by Experienced Good SerVice Modeorate price Zit Lewis Street ePhono No lO Sept 88- mCse eIi ti IiiI Ii GIj4 scIentific principles Diseases of a OFFICEI THOMPSON BROS LIVERY STABLE MAIN STREET j FRANKFORT ICY Spare Women former years when thin women to gain flesh and roundness o IIn they would take warm baths follow this by rubbing into the cod liver oil Now they em I buyingScotts oflthinLLIom m c arBears the I Itio Aim Rosh Try the Capital Steam Lau n dry for a clean shirt pr collar J 16tiIfjiLi L51 rKodol IDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatIt- artificiallydlgeststhefoodandalde r Nature in strengthening reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs t It is the latest discovered digest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency relieves and permanently cures Indigestion rn Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand all otherresults of imperfect size contains 2 smallstzeI3ookalmaboutdyspopstam OdfreetPrepared by E C DtWITT AGO Cblcaio SOUTH LONGMOOR W McKEE HARDIE K ttoEimitations upon Residence Travel And Oc Pattonf Payabltl Gold PatdUp Insurance Ualues IA Important features OF anion IttlltlMll OFDLIF- EINSURANCE INCONTESTAIIUTY from date of issue Orate in- prehu t Payments gasb Ualties EoanUalnts mi t 1Iii Q i Ifdefinite IPoUchJaPay Premiums the U MAINE NON FOIIFEITUImS IA Wjwithout Action of the Policyholder continu ling tho inHttrnnco for a I of time F O BllODUS- Mniinunr tfor VimtnnVir N W Hor 4tU and JctfolKon r1JOHNS FranIcfort Ky Does It Pay to BuyChcapI andf Y tthing that will relieve and cure the more severe and dun lrOUH results of throat and lung troubles Vhut shall byon do Go to a warmer and more tt regular climate Ycslf possible if Dithern been introduced in all civilized coun 8UCessinseverethromltandlung y Syrup It not only penis and stim cermdisenee causes easy expectoration Rives a r ood nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by S IV Holmes 4jy r fiflIvI t 5 sl 4 w IrwrJbvtiww AM I1a ny6 3 w 1 w w wrw lCommenoing next Monday night Nov 12th and continuing the rest of the week we have at the Capital Theatre the Keystone Dramatic Company This attraction Is very much above the average in V dramatic ability and comes to this city with more than the timetried r well worn stereotyped recommen dations Managers and agents of other companies speak in praise of the Keystone Dramatic organ Iza t Lion The managers of the company says To keep this compaiiy at the head of all popular priced tJtpresenttrioized to play at popular prices plays O heretofore given at 25 cents to 1 In order to make the effprts of this IY company still more pleasing to the public at largo wo have this year added much scenery and mechani i cal effects carrying a full car load Mpnday evening Under Sealed KeyAwhich are all of high clafjs order youtyou can get one at the advance tisalQ Remember all next week at Itll Opera House t fThero is no pleasure in life if you dread going to the table to eat and cant rest at night on account of indigestion Henry Williams of Booneville Ind says he suffered that way for years till he com DyspepslnLanything I like and a 1 want and l KodoIi you eat South Longmoor W Mc Keo Hardie 14 kk RELEASED ON BOND Vt Judgetaccessoryi wasItuGa4 1et z 4n nXA I If Zignatureof JrathD s t A oubt J TAKEN TO LOUISVILLE y On Saturday morning James J3 ward and Henry E Youtsey th two gentlemen under sentence fo t the killing of Goebel were taken to Louisville on the 910 C O train A number of different reasons fo- doing this have been assigned j CrouchingIn lurks like a crouching tiger the probabilities consumptionThe lungs become rough and in flamed fro m- coughing and the germs of- consumption find an easy entrance Take no chances with the dan gerous foe For 60 years perfectordl Sixty years of cures A t AYQT2SPQetoraI soothes and heals the andlungstack oP consumption with sufferinganti nothingsobadfor vAsure- an ordinary cough harder coughs will need a 50c size the dollar bottle is cheapest in the long run Bplttlngbloodvery Wo could hardly doctorsdidyour Cherry ctornl cured him ana COANDJt1tSONNov k tbeattor freely Addreu Dr J C AVER Lowell Man A VILLAGE BLACKSMITH SAVED HIS LITTLE SONS LIFE Mr H H Black the wellknown village blacksmlthat Grahamsville Sullivan county N Y says Our little son five years old has al ways been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks boon that we have feared many times that he would die Wo have had the doctor and used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear wo have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled There is no danger in giving this remedy fat it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may bo given as confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by J W Gayle druggist FIRE AT THE PEN On Wednesday afternoon at 440 oclock an alarm from box 23 called the fire boys to the penitentiary where the chair company plant in the southeast corner was found in flamesAfter a stiff fight the flames were subdued inflicting a loss on the building of some 1000 and on the chair company of about 600 Both losses were covered by insurance HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E Lilly a prominent citi zen of Hannibal MOM lately had n wonderful deliverance a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with typhoid fever that ran into pneumonia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in me I ex consumptiongDiscovery One bottle gave great 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 the surest and quickest cure in the world for all throat lung trouble Regu lar sizes 60 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at J W Gayles Drug- Store Every bottle guaranteed ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will bo found the list of weeke10rBarker Ballard Ulacklin Miss Alice Mrs rBonner Mrs John Calbrith Miss Lettie C Childs R A Cooper Jessie Evans Miss Lula Mrs Amanda IGallowayColumbus Maggie Jackson Mrs Sally Llnard Sid Madison Rev M H Mannin S Martin Tom Martin Walter B Maynard Henry Peyton Miss Eva Richardson Miss Katie W S Sins Josh Sizemoro R L Wells Charles M When calling for these letters please say advertiseS MES P M A CARD OF THANKS The Ladles Guild of Ascension Church desire to express their sin cerest thanks to Mr E Carl Wolff for the beautiful and splendid pastel- of our beloved Bishop Burton to be placed in tho Guild Room We will be delighted to have our friends call and see It FORKS OF ELKHORN Rev Mr Harvlll of Georgetown spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr M B Lucas and family Mrs Sarah Foatherstono is quite ill at her home near this place Misses Annie Williams and Corino Egbert of Frankfort spent Sunday near our village Miss Sallie Epler who him been again ill with fever is able to bo out Annie Bedford of White IMiss sport Sunday in our vii Master Lame Hockensmitli who is very ill with fever Is some bettor JSfK iino Moore and wife visi ted irrgetown last week Mr Fair Sutor who has been near n at work returned homo Olot passed off huietly and seems satisfied 1ARIDKodol Y5pepsiaCure pigs What you eat I lINE COURSE OF LECTURES The ladles of the Improvement Committee of tho Methodist Church have secured three of the finest lecturers now on the platform who will lecture in this city at the fol lowing times and on tho themes given below Hon Bob Taylor oxGovernor of Tennessee on Thursday evening November 16 subject Fiddle and the Bow Hon Alf Taylor exCongress man brother of exGov Bob on Monday evening December 8d 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 160 or fifty cents for a single lecture They may be had at Barretts News Depot A rare series of lectures will be given affording delightful entertainment and at the same time helping a good cause td Gas Stoves For Sale Two as stoves suitable for lath rooms or other small apartments for Bale cheap Apply at this office Blue Grass Nurseries l Fall 1900 Everything for orchard lawn and garden Trees million fruit forest omn- montal vines small fruits and everything needed about the home coun try or town No agents and rock bottom to the actual planter Catalogue on application to H io HILLEr METED LEXINGTON Ky EXECUTORS SALE OF tock Crops Farming Utensils c Aa executor of Thomas Farmer deceased I will soil at public sale to tho highest bidder at his late residence near Farmdalo in Franklin county on FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9TH Beginning at oclock a m all the personal on tho farm lately owned by decedent consisting of 8 mules harness mare 8 twoyearold steers twoyearold hoer 4 cows 2 weanling calves Chops tae shocks of corn stacks of hay Deering binder l Dccring mower harrow twohorse onohorse- nssssedertilzeulkwyhaymkefan steel cook stove plows rollers c Sums of and under cash in hand over that months time without Interest on negotiable notes with approved security Executor of Thomas Farmer deceased Nov8lt CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sept 8th To Whom It Concern Having lost certificate No representing shares of stock No 5WI representing three shares of stock In the Kentucky on oa before two months from this Onto I ololl ask said bank to issue me new certificates for said stock lost and I hereby call on all persons to show cause why such certificates shall not be issued 22m A J ALEXANDER Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers ant your grandmothers of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scorn and they seldom heard of appen dicitis nervous prostration or heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver still ulate the nervous and organic action theytheadaches and other aches You only need a 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 customers for tho patronage ex tended me 84t N 1 MDANIEL Do yo- uCoughcure a OOl1quersOroup praiseittis Hoarseness Grippe Pneumonia and Consumption It quick sure results Price 25 eta Befusetho dealers substitute it is not as good DLBuh1Oough Always ours when others fail Dr IttHf pine ottt C HAtlMtiofl and LJv t Tw W I to CU TrIAl box I ciaI SOUTHERN RfllUftY IN KENTUCKY feriintri SeMili la Eftt 10 IMfc KAflTnotnro No NCCNo- Louisville 7 6am 400pm 745pm Ar Shclbyvllle 810am 082pm 005pm 45pmArAr Lexington ia4Sam 716pm 1030pm No a NO 2 NLv Lexington 730am 436pm 616am Ar Versailles 766am 602pm 685am Ar Larenceb 20am 530pm 663am Ar Shelby vllle lOam 16pm ASOam Ar Louisville ia 0am 74Opm 760aa WESTBOUND No 13 No BTATIOSS It M53m Lv LouUrll Ar 625pm 11000am Lv LarncbrgAr INO12INO 10am 715pm 1043am tArllurodsbgLv m TlOpm IO56am Ar Burgin Lv lABTBOUHD No tNo tn STATIONS No tNo LiOOpm 745am Lv Loulavll Ar ia40am 740pm 532pm 910am Iv ShelbvllAr 010am 015pm 047pm 102Sam Lv Versllea Ar 760am 602pm 7lOpm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 34Opm 740pm 1150am Ar QeorRtn Lv 700am 310pm WESTBounD iNc i tNo 6STATIONS ItNa tl tNo L 745am 400pm Lv Loulnvll Ar ia40am 740pm 1022am 050pm Lv Verslles Ar 760am 602pm 1102am 733pm Ar Ntchlvlll Ar 068am 405pm 1168pm 830pm Ar Rlcnmiid Lv 005am a 10pm 105pm Ar Irvine Lv 165pm No No 3 Lv STATIONSI 74flam 745pm Ar 1045am lasoprn Ar 700pm 745am Ar Ashevltle S1Oam 110pm Ar Savannah 615am Ar Jacksonville 926am Lv Chattanooga 05pm 025am Ar Atlanta ia23pm ll60am Ar Macon 12Mam 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am taoopra Lv Chattanooga 010pm 045am Ar Birmingham 1005pm 1145am Ar Meridian 230am 030pm Ar New Orleans aSOam No through sleeping car Louisville to Blr ingbam via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation chaircar Loutavllla LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington Louisville No 4 sleepingcar Birmingham to Louisville via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and BurKin dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II andl dully NosC7nndC8dallyexceptSunday Between Versailles Nlobolasvllle Rick bond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains daily rSOAHNON3d VPkOM J M CULPT M Washington D G Washington WATOKKOPA WMHTATLOBAG Washington D C Louisville Kj c O TIME TABLE SOUTH 815 IUll 618 Sbelbjville 700 Ar LonlaTllle 00 1No aL NoI 1Ly INORTH 8nNa PM 1LY 880 6OT 928 700 Frankfort 740 lrLexJngtonf 11116 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 w pmOLouisville 909 a mI0 O trains to Louisville 813 p mL N trains to Lexington and way stations 950 a m L N trains to Lexington and way stations 437 p tn Louisville Frankfort Accommo dation arrives 642 p m C O trains east 1018 a m C 0 0 trains east 740 p m A V HirE Agent iir K TIME TABLE SOUTH u AMI v Midway Lexington 2OOt8S51 Nrnnkfort3H 937 55- 0Chrlstianaburg340 1017 kmlnence 1085 b41 UtIIDKl 4251 710 llrfJl 746 r Louisville 625iU06 810 16INO18INO20ltTH IwADCllorag6iu rainw 8 r 40219121606Yrullklurt Wholesale and Retail Ihave opened up the largest stock of groc eries in the city which I will sell at rock bottom prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St lowers Old Stand W SCOTTOW 10Aluata aadlTklfkey HtWtt eared at hoax with firiPe IN Meat fryer M rtI 1fwNYtitLMiCMKa1t Ce 06THE FAVORITE LINE PROW LOUISVILLE r TO CHICAGO 11 Elegant train qulpmontcJf luxuriouS Parlor and Dining Cars Modern Wagner Palace Drawing Room Sleepers For tickets rata and gene eral information by prospective pas vust includingtCALIFORNIA tt Frank J Reed G PiA jtC H Rockwell Traffic Mgrf 0 W H MDoel P G Ms e Address E H Bacon D P A- Louisville Ky Burlington Route 7 BEST TRAINS TO KANSAS CITY MONTANA f COLORADO PACIFIC tCOAST UTAH WASHIJJ INGTON OMAHA ST P A U L NEBRASKA t BLACK HILLS VIA ST t LOUIS OR CHICAGO v rrub 1 Vestibuled Trains Sleepersr Dining Cars Chair Cars rItSeats Free Wy 1 F M Ajt St Louis MeiELLIOTTGen Ngr St Louis L W W AKELEYGcnPB8I gt St Louis Ma The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEENr t Louisville Evansville St Louis kr And all Points West North f west and Southwest jf three double d + The only line running change with higliL trains to Eansv ills without The direct taeanti parlor carback coaches trataedouble to St Louts running coaches and Pullman rseatDIlckwith Tickets onchangewithoutthroughSleepers informa sale at N this lays berths etc caUonAVwtoagentLN Rn or adf dressB TP A L d IRWIN O V ALoutmlleK w tJ7j- LtXINGTON EASTERN RY A VV if I LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 J IC EAST BOUND t IWLESTATIONs Daily Ex Sun Daily 0 1PM A o Lv Lexington 225 7 6 Montroeo F 2 P810r11II Avon 2 50 UIt20n fear F267F817 H 8 80 fit 23n F 8 50 21II 822 845 4 00II MLWS 8 FOOD soIt BSS Jgfi47 Rosslyn 50 Filson 410P086 y Dundee 480F04T F 185 9 rs rt Glencafrn F 89 9 Torrent 49 08CFincastlo rrrapioa Beattyvillo Junction 6 29 Beattp llo JLv 50 00 BOQ JAr 6 40 45FIg LvSt Holens 6 89 r i9 Tulleg F I 85 FlO Athol 548 69 Oakdalo F6 60F11 00 ElkatnwH 000511180 Ar Jackson WESTBOUND auras STATION HOl rll Lv Jackson 6 25 2 25 Elkatawa 6 8f F 2 83 Oaltdalo F049F849 82 Athol 0 68 a 68 i9II Talletra F 7 04 F 8 M StHelons 710F816 114 BcattyviHo Junction 7 20 8 28 f Lv 7 00 S B OG Ry Ar 750 640 Lv Fincastle F7 83F8 83 Torrent 8 47 Mil Qlenclatrn F 7 67 F 8 68 57 Natural Bridge F 8 03 Mil Dundee 803F408 roII Filson 8 19 47 Rosslyn F820F425 4II 4 83 80 40II City 42 4 88 El Indian Fields 8 69 F 64 r T L E Junction 9 6 23 1 Mistletoe 923F615 f 20 WhiQliCHter 9 6 80 1 Wyandotte F 43 F 6 83 Avon 949F640 a MontrosoP958F550 s o Ar Lexington IS 6 05 Royal Flouring Millsit MANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shipstuff oru Oats and Hay i523 and 525 Main Phone 84I 251rt fIit y j f J c I r I irw rA t i IF YOU ARE COMING r ElA BEUBERT + 1 sitrltilIiINat RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL McCreadytectorHoly Communion 9 a m Morning prayer and sermon a m- Evening atI prayer and sermon 780 p m Rev W G McCrendy of Win chester will conduct all services Sundayschool and adult Bible Class at 045 a m Wednesday evening prayer and Lesson at 780 oclock To all these services the public Are cordially Invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHProf D E Fogle of Georgetown will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for vonnpr men Young Peoples Society will meet at 680p m in the chapel Leader Dr U V Williams fleets free and all are cordially in Vlted CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev George Darsle the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m MyBrotherChristian Endeavor Society will meet In the chapel at 645 r Bonnie Dean Topic A Decision For Christ Junior Endeavor Society meets chapelPrayermeeting night at 780 TopicliThe Wise Choice of the Young Man Moses The public will be cordially wel conned to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH T h usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 780 a in High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH Bev W W Harrison of tho Presbyterian Theological Seminary Louisville will preach at 11 no m and 780 p m Sundayschool at fl45 a m sundnyIschool Tho pulbic cordially invited RevI williprencha m League in Sundayschool roomemeting Wednesday night at 75 The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCH Bev Wm Orowcjr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m or evening- Sundayschool 980 a m I Protracted will continueIthroughout the week at each evening Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 045 pm To all these meetings time public 4 is cordially invited THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP EL WEST SIDE Preaching every y by some one of the Sundayschool at 280 4I Prayermeeting Thursday evening at 780 Torturing skin eruptions burn and sores are soothed at once by applying DeWitts Witch Salve best known cure fp Beware of worthless counterfeits South Longmoor W McKoe Hardie I This way it will pay you to step in and see what we are showing You will benefit yourself by inspecting our line If you are in need ofa Watch a of Jewelry Silverware Cut Glass Clocks Toiletwareyou must see our line We earnestly invite everyone who may visit Frankfort to call and inspect it as we believe it will be to your iuterest to do so Jh j a r RIGHT THING TO DO IThe sermon on the downward path of a sinner and the clergyman used the illustration of a ship drift rocksI had strolled In Ibeoame waves dash interested over hurl ex tho minister Her sails are split Her yards are gone Her masts are shivered Her helm Is useless She is drifting ashore savoI1He meant well but they ran him In for brawling all the sameLon don Spare Moments 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 1ROB ED Judge P U Major w alt so unfor fineYon He was mixing among the big crowd of country people in town- and thinks that some pickpocket thereIgem was a very valuable one is well to know that DeWitts rIt Hazel Salvo will heal a burn stop the pain at once It will eczema and skin diseases and aecure youiW McKee Hardie A JAPANESE WAY =This is the form in which a young woman advertises in a Japanese pa per for a husband I the undersigned ajn a prety girl with abundant hair flower like faceT perfect eyebrows and a good figure I have money enough to spend my years with some be loved man who will ever be my admireIIcomplishedffastldious gentleman is disposed to accept this offer I can assure him that I will be true to him for life and that after life is lover Iwill be ready to be burled with in one graveExG- eo A Points Upper Sandusky Ohio writes I have been using Foleys Honey and Tar for hoarseness and find it is the best remedy It stopped the cough immediately and relieved all soreness South Longmoor W McKee Hardie WILL MAKE FIGHT Attorney General Clifton J Pratt who did not appeal from Judge Cantrills decision it is now said will take steps to regain his office from Col B J Breokinridgo Both manors and circulators at counterfeit commit fraud Houest buysing Witts Witch Hazel Salve The orig pilesrsores eczema South Longmoor W McKee Hardie r OYSTER SUPPERIi The ladies of the local childrens OYSIterM C A on Friday night Nov 16 the proceeds of which will go to the beIgenerally known but it is a fact that there have been seven children sent from this city to the Louisville Childrens Home and but little has been done to help along the good work Now the local associa tion desire to show their appreciation of the help given this city and county in taking care of these chil dren and they have determined toI give our citizens an opportunity to help and at the same time enjoy a rare treat If you have ever seen a child In the agony of croup you can realize how grateful mothers are for one Minute Cough Cure which gives relief as soon as it is administered andICONGRATULATES THE PRESIDENT The following telegram explains itself U The Hon Wm McKinley President of the United States Atthe close of another Presidential cam paign it is my lot to congratulate you upon a second victory WM J BRYAN Competitors fuss and wonder that we dont go under but still the low prices continue at LnngdonCre soy Co 91 COULDNT RESISTAn eccentric clergymen in Cornwall had been much annoyed by the way the members of the congie atlim lad of looking around to see late comers After enduring it for somo time he said on entering the read ing desk one day Brethren I re gret to see that you neglected your religious duties by your very natural desire to ee who comes in bob indyou I propose henceforth to save you the trouble by naming each person who may come late Ho then beganU Dearly be loved but paused half way to in terpolate Mr S with his wife and daughter Mr S looked rather surprised but the minister with perfect grav ity resumed Presently he again paused Mr C and William D The abashed congregation kept their eyes studiously on their books The service proceeded in the most orderly manner the parson interrupting himself every now and then to name some new comer At last he said still with the same perfect gravity It Mrs S in a new bonnet In moment every feminine head in the congregation had turned around Millinery Trade Review actinglittleWitts Little Risers South Longmoor WMcKee Hardie LOCK NO FINISHED The work on lock No 8 has been finished and time same opened for navigation Steamboats now ply as far up as Valley View Madison county With a few more years work slack water will be plentiful as far as the Three Forks of- Fentuoky river j Directory of Beaevolen Organizations IJR o u A M IMeets every Saturday night at 8 in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple St Olair street Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend- F L GUTHRIB B S MASONIC Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M meets fourth Thursday nights in each month in Masonic Temple Ann streetLat 7s0 llROWN Master BEN T FARMER Secty Frankfort Royal Arch Chapter No 3 meets the first Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 FRANK W KEYES H P BEN T FARMER Secty Frankfort Council No 5B 8 M meets every fifth Thursday night in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 M P BROWN M BENT FARMER Recorder Frankfort Gommandery No4 K T meets the third Thursday night in each month in Masonic Temple Ann street at 730 W KEYES E 0 jFRANK Recorder o F 6 meets every Odd Fellows Tern nt 730 B G MOORE N G W S BoseEN Secty Frankfort Lodge No 28 meets every Tuesday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 It S tAtNliS N Q EUGENE WOLFF Eectj- OrhentalEncampmentNo10 meets second and fourth Thursday night in each month at 730 On AS KEHR H P EUGENE WOLF Recorder KNIGHTS MACCABEES Capital Tent No 28 K O T M meets every first and third Friday night in each month in the north half of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 JOHN BIES D A 0 A NELSON K R KNIGHTS OF HONOR Frankfort Lodge No 10 Knights of Honor meets every second and fourth Friday night in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple at 730 W B BRIDGEFOHD Die 0 A NELSON Recorder o u w M Elkhorn Lodge No4 meets in north hall of Odd Fellows Temple every Thursday night at 730 A W NAZOU M W JAB McEWAN Becorder B 0 ELKS Frankfort Lodge No 530 meets every Wednesday nights at 780 oclock in Odd Fellows Temple 0 O REYNOLDS E R G L BARNES Secretary 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGN OPYRIGHT8 Sec Anyone eending a sketch and deecrlptloawar certain our opinion tree w Intention U ColR1rnlea tinnitrictlr confidential fgOI1 ene- alatenta tenta- eonttreeOldeetagency taken Munu L receive tefal ftDtc without Obarre In lb e Scientific jnmnctt A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clr an sclenUAo onrr Torme garsfourmontheL Bold fill newadealen U CoI St WI- Ofljjlj4jjjjjjjj York Dr R P Buckmaster is Will be in his office in this city on Monday Wednesday end frldayorr each week Those desiring treat ment by Osteopathy should bear this t in mind rf 46tf ii For Sale A new style doubleseat trap and a tine young horse for sale cheap iWI Apply at this office tf COAST LINE to MACKINAW IThe I TAIL E THEt f VfJ TOMACKINAC 4I 2 NewSleeJ Passenger Steamers g tlonLuxuriousLqulpmentArtisfcFurnishing Insuring the highest degree of y COHFORT SPEED AND SAFETY Tines Toledo Detroit and Mackinac PETOSKEY THE SOOJ MARQUETTE DULUTH LOW RATES to Picturesque Mackinac nilReturn and Berth ProMIncludlijnealsCleveland toOlDe colt 1350 Between Detroit and Cleveland Connecting at Cleveland with Earliest Trains Q tDetroitSunday TripI June August and September BETWEEN tCleveland Put in Bay Toledo Send for Illustrated Pamphlet Addreu l8OHANTZ o Tie emit I CleYelana steam mv ft tI sow 6ow Peas J1AND WE HAVE LARGE STOCKS of these nnd alt Jother Seasonable Seeds such on German and Pearl Millets Soja and Velvet Oecns Seed Corn ijEtcWOOD STUBBS tiSeedsmen LOUISVILLE KY FOR SALT A sliding window awning Nov and in good condition itApply at this oflice tn Foil SOLE Of 8EHT eaburban home known as Point DrePze adjoining the limits of Frankfort Most beauurullocatlott overlooking both tbe city md Kentucky river Brick house of twelve room- necessary outbuilding nIIHtI ACRES OF LAND Will rent furnished Address MRS WM RODMAN IGtf Frankfort Ky of safety pervade theIhousehold that uses One Minute i Cough Cure the only harmlesg remedy that produces immediate 11 results It is for coughs colds croup and flU throat lung troubles It will prevent con South Longmoor W McKee Hardie f II + ttdys Condition Powders areJfIDrwhat a horse needs when In bad Tonic blood purifier and are not food but rhorsecents per package t For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co j 2 No 1 lamp chimneys for fib Saturday NovIO at Langdon Creasy rttI t1IviiXv t fnw T tti it nri 0lv 7 i orrJ I 11 u v ij Ii c tlOtitJJNG PRO RES ON LcaRicnr nAcniNEKr TRANSPORTATION BUILDINGS j t t ITOM PriOIOGrtAPtt TANtN AUG 1900 Q YNAk JOHNSONS CABIN itl The village of the Six Nations Indians on the grounds of Wie Pan American Exposition at Buffalo NvY which is inteiidfed as an t hitetpricai exhibit 0f Jthe aboriginal people of the easier part of tlie t United States will be surrounded by a stockade such as the Indians built in olden times to protect their i Villages from the unexpected attack isof ht enemy Within this stockade these descendants of the Red Men who once held within their sway all that part of the country where the Exposition Is situated will live just as their ancestors lived several hundred years ago Their dwellings r will be long houses built of cookitTWO NERVY MINERS f IU was talk of the Ion highway t man and the Burlington holdup that started a group of men In one of the downtown hotels one night to telling stories where nerve and fearlesstiess had won out In many a scrimmage for life An old griz zled yet still sturdy man who had been sitting back in Jiis clwfr tip ped at a perilous angle brougfc down his fist with a bang that startled the crowd No ono had noticed him particularly but ho had apparently N t been listening with much Interest to all that was being said says the Kansas City Journal t His clothes were rough but he had an air of honesty and good will about him that was rather prepos sessing in spite of eyes which glowed in rekindled interest from the depths of overshadowing bushy eyebrowsWhen saw that he was the Object of observation he began in a drawling reminlscentvolce as if he had all night in which to tell his Storyof some of his own exper fences In holdups He said he had only been in Denver a few days and had come down from the Black Hills and among other things he told something of the McCurdy brothers of Paotola two wealthy bachelors who own acres of very rich placer ground up in that country INot long ago an attempt was i to Kill it nil roll them It was generally known that they had quantities of gold dust hidden away tdn their cabin anti it naturally ex f tcitevd the cupidity of the rough ole menfoof the country t One night said the old man two men culled at the cabin and 4d were admitted by the two brothers who are groat entertainers at all f times After sitting awhile at a signal each visitor drew a revolver l x and covered the brothers Very V coolly James the older asked what was wanted Ho was told that thoy would have to give up their gold w Wuling Willow Furniture and Wicker Cbirs wkksrckslrssoon become tolled bat they dMncd look like new with Gold Dust Washing Powder M4 woe wear UK tcrubblag brush when Astor Uceaca du least tolled let fresh follow with dry cheese cloth sad wipe dry White ltoll beds alto washed by thin Mfronrqusl rTHtt FAITMNK Lv4i Ycrk Kbn- their meals and perform domestic duties as the Indians of the Iroquois League did in times long since gone by Just outside the stockade will be several log cabins which will have association with Indian life One qf these will be made to represent cabin of the white ploneprs and another will be tho identical log house in which Nancy Johnson an aged Seneca squaw has lived for the past century This cabin was the oldest house on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation which situated near Buffalo and the grounds of the Exposition It was taken apart and transported to site of the Six Nations vlUnge set up just as it was before andI in clump of trees where it which the yisitors knew was hidden in the house James said he would be glad to oblige them and they would come with him he would find James started down stairs through back way one of the robbers following him with cocked revolver close to his back The brothers had been building new addition to the cabin which was not yet completed With one bound James cleared window in the new part and gaining the outside made dash for the cabin again Bursting in with great noise he grabbed his trusty rifle and at the same instant his brother got his weapon and the tables were immediately turned The robbr who had followed James down stairs escaped but was afterwards captured The brothers soon had the other robber bound and the next day he was taken to Hill City where he was put in jail He was tried and sentenced to long term in the State penitentiary He turned States evidence and gave away the name of his partner who was also sent to the pen At the time of the robbery is said that the brothers had much as 10000 in gold hidden away In their cabin The brothers say that they have enough gold in their placer to pay the national debt COMPLIMENTARY The letter below was received by Messrs Blanton Thursday morn ing Lexington Ky Nov 1000 Messrs A D Blanton Frankfort Ky GentlemenI understand The Keystone Dramatic Co plays your city next week take great pleasure in recommending there It is one of the best reportpire companies on the road and will surely please your patrons Yours truly CHAS SCOTT Mgr Lexington Opera House y Hoiisdvorkis liaid woAwitbotitGold Dust1 be to a a oft r cat be quicklyfbookltCS to K M SI NIw a is a if It a a a a a a a It as t 8 J B I as If it might have stood for a hun dred yetvrs In this cabin the yen erablo squaw who Is said by those who have examined the records to be 120 years of ago will live and receive her friends during the progress of the Exposition The re building of the cabin has just been completed the work having been done by Seneca Indians from the Tonawanda Reservation The cabin Is composed of logs of red booth which were hewn in the forest just after the Revolutionary war They are so well preserved that the cabin would doubtless stand for another half century This cabin and the old lady who lives here will bo one of the unique historical attractions of the Pan American Exposition CONGRESSMEN ELECT The following are the Congress men elected on Tuesday from Ken tucky as indicated by the returns up to the hour of our going to press 1st District Chas K Wheeler Dem2d DistrIctHenry D Allen Dom 3d DistrIctJ McKenzie Moss Rep4th District David H Smith Dem5th DistrictHarvey S Irwin Rep Oth DistrictD Linn Gooch Dem 7th DistriotS o u t h Trimble Dam 8th Dfstrict G G Gilbert Dem 9th District Sam J Pugh Rep 10th DistrictJ B White Dem in doubt 11th Dlstricet Vincent Boreing Rep If these are correct the Republi cans gain two members J Odgers of Frostburg Md writes I had a bad attack of kidney complaint and tried Foleys Kidney Cure which me relief and I was perfectly cured after taking two bottles South Bongmoor W McKee Hardie YELLOW FEVER There have appeared strange as i t may seem several cases of yellow fever in and about Natchez Miss Tho matter Is being closely looked after and it is hoped no more cases will be found especially as the cool weather has set in Mrs T Briddleman Marshall vllle Mich was troubled with snIt rheum for thirteen years and had tried a number of doctors without relief After three applications of Banner Salve her hands became better and in a short time were on tirely cured South Longmoor W McKee Hardle WOULD NOT ACCEPT Hon W JBryan announces that he would not accept an election as U S Senator from Nebraska if offered as he was a candidate for President only and cannot stand in the way of others who wish to be Senator Later The Legislature of Nebraska will be Republican In both branchesJ Bryan of Lowder Ill writes My little boy was very low with pneumonia Unknown to the doctor wo gave him Fqloys Honey and Tar Tho result was magical and puzzled the doctor as It Immediately stopped the racking cough and ho quickly recovered South Longmoor W McKee Hardle AA j t L t LOWES1PR1CESVINCHESTE u J J v J ti itf1 A ff or t It fi A t JUH1t llRISCOLLS I 1 f 41 VALUE OF EXPOSITIONS ff Among the objects which attracted the attention of a well known Wisconsin Manufacturer at the Centennial Exposition at Phil adelphia in 1876 vas a steam ham Thor of a particular make In 1896 twenty years later he found oc casion to use a steam hammerand remembering the name of the eastern manufacturer of the one that iiehad seen sent for the machine and set it up finding as he had ex- ti peoted that it was a great oonve nlence His business has since in creased and he has purchased two Isr more steam hammers from the firmII lhat sold him the first The of the hammers was 700 apiece j Here t hen were three sales amounting to 2100 effected as a result of an exhibit twenty years and more after the close of the Ex position at which the exhibit was madeand no doubt the exhibit pronItab1e merits of his products advertising is one NewspaperI licity Exhibiting at is another Both are ExpositionsI neither will bo r BUY A NEW ONE The hose wagon of the fire depart ment has about played out and is a constant menace to the lives of the firemen and to any citizen who may happen to be near it when the t inevitable accident happens It Is the duty of the city to have that at once sleep for cough that any that you need a Irritation Cough of DruggistI sleep possible For IT Sale Company by J at the 12th to 17th Dont fail to attend- CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REM EDY IN CHICAGO t r Hisgen Bros the popular South Side druggists corner 09th street and Wentworth avenue Bay We sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that it gives the most satisfactory results 4 especially among children for se vere colds and croup For sale by J W Gayle druggist KILLING OF MR ALW STAN HOPE Mr Al W Stanhope a government storekeeper stationed at Mid way was shot on Tuesday evening about 0 oclock by the marshal of ldway Mr Geo Woodruff an 41a Instantly killed The trouble grew Up i over a difficulty between the Children of the two men Each Xndn fired three shots only one of r t Which took effect Woodruffs and that in the center of Stanhopes stomach just below the breastbone Stanhope was a Jolly good fellow and everybody who knew him liked him He leaves a wife and several chil tidren to mourn hisdeathone of his daughters having niaijried Mr Fred B Jouett formerly of tills citj bufc slow of Loutsivlje f by enterprising The Wisconsin manufacturer whom the above incident is related is one of the business men of that State who thoroughly appreciate the advertising opportunities of fered by the forthcoming Pan American Exposition at Buffalo N Y The State of Wisconsin has shown its appreciation of this opportunity in a practical way by appointing a Board of Comimssioners and ap propriating 25000 for defraying the expense of the representation of Wisconsin manufacturing Interests at the PanAmerican Another State which is wide awake to the opportunities offered by the great Exposition next sum mer at Buffalo is California Speak ing of the success of the United States exhibit at the Paris Exhibi tion and especially of that from the State of California the Los An gobs Times says tThe success thus achieved by the United States at the great Paris show is worth- untoldmllUons of dollars to this county aiin1 advertisement of what we can do Thousands upon thousands of Customers will for the first time have their attention drawn to goodsIFIRST SNOW On Thursday morning early there was a heavy snow fall but it did not last a great while The thormome ter had steadily fallen from about 7 oclock Wednesday night and every thing looked dull and dismal OA lJl 0EI= ABean Signature orI A THANKS The Ladies of Ascension Church Guild desire thus publicly to return their thanks to Mr E Carl Wolff for a beautiful pastel drawing which will ornament the walls of the Church House of Ascension Parish NEEDLEWORK GUILD RE CEPTION holdIBaptist Church Monday Nov 19th from 4 to 7 oclock p m The gar ments collected will be on exhibi tion and the public are cordiall invited to attend Light refreshments will b serVed and no tlmrges made just pleasant social event Contributors to this worthy char ity are earnestly requested to send garments to directors by the lath of Nov nber After exposure or when you fee cold coming on take a dose 0 Foleys Honey and Tar It rove fails to cure and will prevent pneumonia or consumption Dont accept substitutes Nothing so good South Longmoor W Mc Kee Hurdle r BIRTHS WALCUTT In this city on day Nov 6 to Capt D B Walou and wife a son Delano B j T A Y L U RIn Henderson on Tuesday to Mr Kenner Taylor and wife atqn pound daughter lJI t A fornia to the machine shops of Pennsylvania Our own home sec tion of California is a striking ex ample of what may be accomplished along this line In this con nection it should not be forgotten that there will soon be held in this country the most Important Exposition that there has been in America since the Chicago Worlds Fair in 1003 It is the PanAmerican Ex uniqueinted to the Western Hemisphereto that great field of the two Ameri cas extending from the north pole to Cape Horn This Exposition will attract thousands of consumers from Europe and other parts of the world whose appetite for American products has been whetted by what they have seen at Paris or what displaystherebusiness man see that southern Cal atImoney so ex pondod will be returned to us a hundred fold ofCaliforniasouthern end of the State will be a very notable feature of the Horti cultural display at the PanAmer lean 1SCRABBLE Several on the sick list as the smallpox is scattered all over over county Among those who hay DRogersAmongthoseMessrs John Stivers Rube Stivers RobtClarkRogersand something andPowellday IvaMoorevin preen and family last week There has been more work done thisfaUorShelbyroads as they have always been Iknowmen the people have put as over andGeoof men to put In office iMr Israel Rogers went to thepolls to vote for the first time in several years I guess he is going to elect his man or wants to dyThere was a large crowd who Saturdayaspeak Ho made a fine speech correspondentslike I wish would write oftener If I dont got to there Is The Boy TileBlueEcho I would like to hear from allrcaughtti ECHO 8 pounds best salt for5o Nov 10 at LangdonCreusy Co 0lt CASTOR I A ahildrenrtBears the SlgaUre of I v THE ROUNDABOUT If ii Iiiii THE PEOPLES PAPER ip Dr EVERYBODY TAKES IT Il EVERYBODYIti READS I7 t f J f lf pf4 Subscription Only 1 Per Year rw ii1t tiJ ITdn OUR JOB DEPARTMENT i 7 + BINDERY j fr 1theWork f lU Himd aoUciU 1 iiJtrl1 Frankfort Cincinnati Railway J THE MJDLANDROUTE ILOGAL TIME TABLE n effect October eth 1899 11 Pass iiNo1 Pass Dally Except Sunday IA Xl PI Pass x iNO6 Mix d 4tr 1840 650 LvFrankfort Ar 1110 110 9Th tt t Stedwllntown r t 110 U2 702 668xale186 400 710 1BwltxerU5 410 720 StainpIngGround 11107 699 822 Z05 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