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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GBO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance t i I rYOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1900 NOii DIARY OF JTfpGE LYSANDE HOED What and whom he saw andwha ho did at Washington in getting the first appropriation for the Kentucky river Monday evening 240 p m InnI e wiry 20 1879 left Frankfort arrive a Newport 8 P M at Columbm 184 Delayed 2 hours by failure of Indianapolis train to make time Arrival at Pitfrsburpr 10 a m Fri day January 21 at Harrisburg at 8 p m Regular train for Washing ton left before we arrived tool special train at 800 arrived at Washington 12J16 on morning ofI Wednesday January 22d Went tc Metropolitan Hotel staid balance of night and took breakfast Price lodging and breakfast 2 Wednesday January 22 1870I went to Washington Hou band en gaged a room for a week at 9 Went to Willards and found Tom Turner Went with him to ladles gallery of House of Representatives Went to Senate Chamber sent in my card to Tom McCreary Was taken by him on floor of Senate Saw Senator Beck a few minutes McCreary pointed out to me Blaine Edmunds Dawes Thurman Mor rison Burnside Davis of Illinois Gordon and others Saw Henford of West Virginia introduce bills to improve Big SandyKanavha New Guyandotto and Monongahola rivers of West Virginia He made nc mention by our Senator of any bill to improve Kentucky river Hen fords bills referred to Committee qn Commerce At night went to Wlllards and was introduced by Turner to hh wife and to the wives of Messrs Sargent and Overton members of the House from Pennsylvania Had with them a game of whist Quit about even Turner is a capital wKlsfc player Thursday January 23 After breakfast went to Ebbitt House tc see Cpl Merrill seeing he had arrived from Cincinnati He had gone out left my card Went tc Willards and with Turner to War Department to find Merrill and to see why survey of Kentucky river had not been sent on to Congress Was introduced by Turner to Me Crary Secretary of War who said Kentucky river was an important channel of commerce and ought tc be improved Second survey ol y Kentucky river would be sent tc House of Representative today Wont up to Capita Saw Joe Blackburn a few minutes in hall asked me to come to see him was glad to see me Before seeing him went to Trabue about Kentuckv Driver improvement Got at restau rant one dozen oysters in shell for 25 cents more than I could eat I After supper went again to Ebbitt House to see Merrill not finding him went to Willards to see Turner While there we had a very full and l pleasant Interview with Merrill I who came there to see us Found him a very intelligent sociable and friendly man and very well disposed to do all he could to further our project of getting river improved Returned to my room and rend Rambles in Won derland by E J Stanley until 11 oclock Friday January 24 Had inter View with Jo Blackburn on river matter this morning He talks friendly but says the present com 1n1ittee will give us nothing In think he is mistaken The difficulty is our members oppose all appropriations to other States and ask and therefore got nothing for Kentucky Wrote to W J Chinn S F J Trabue Judge Kin kead L J McElrath and my wife on river matter Prepared an invi f tation to our member to moot in t consultation on appropriation Telegraphed Shafer to como that committee would vhear him Was Introduced by Blackburn to Reagan Chairman of committee Who said he would give river a hoarjng Saturday January 25 Wrote to Watternon Courier A t Journal to get his paper to speah out on the subject Also to A Si Berry to get Newport and Coving ton people to write to Carlisle also to IiL Cleveland to write and get others to write to Clark Had interview with Beck as to confer ences of Kentucky members Said anyIbelonged to House still if House members desired his presence and invited him he would attend Saw Turner showed him my letter ol Invitation which he approved We fixed time of conference Monday 1280 p m Had seen Blackburn before and be agreed to conference Sunday January 20 1870 Went to National Hotel to see Reagan Chairman of Committee on Commerce He was not in Wont to Judge Harlans saw him his wife and family spent say 2 hours with them a pleasant visit Returned to National found Reagan In his room Senator Maxey of Texas with him Told Reagan my business had considerable talk no trouble as to Reagan Maxey fogydelegationevery appropriation that we must send different men or we could never get any thing for Kentucky letters to Craddock and Beok1CarlisleRambles in Wonderland went to bed Monday January 27 1879 Went at 11 oclock and had invita Lions to conference put on tables of each of our members At 1280 oclock went to Blackburns com mittee room found none of them there After a little time Turner came Iri said the members had just seen their invitations and could not be present on so short a notice At hid suggestion commenced writing an authority to him Willis and Boone from Kentucky members to present claims of Kentucky before Commerce Committee While en gaged In writing It Turner came back and said fleck proposed members should meet in same room at 1180 tomorrow morning to which I agreed and Turner was to notify other members Went into gallery of Senate found Hill of Georgia speaking against claim of Warren Mitchell of len tucky taking the ground that Con gress should not pay for losses oc casioned by the lahe civil war They could not pay rebels for their losses and should not pay losses of those claiming to be loyal In the south and advising the Democrats to disarm the Republicans by taking a stand against paying such Maims Beck replied advocating the payment as a legal obligation upon the government as Mitchell had by permission of the officer in command of the Federal army gone into the South and purchased the cotton which was seized by Sher Thin on his capture of Savannah and wick was sold by the Federal authorities anti the money placed in treasury of U S Morgan of Alabamaopposed payment of claim also I think Hills position correct and as a matter of policy best for the Democratic party Sav Blaine Conkllng Edmunds Burn side Hoar Dawes and other leading Republicans Blaine is a full faced and full bodied man with a pugnacious expression of face Conkllng n man of fine figure nut size with a blonde face and hair Edmunds a face and expression of great thought and study very old looking and bald for his age as he is said to be loss than Burn tide is more remarkable for the prime out of his whiskers than any thing else I saw about him Of Democrats I saw Thurman Bayard Lamar Hill Merinmu Voorhles etc Thurman appears to bo a man of power selfpoHHesslon And caution Bayard a man of calmness Integrity and decision of sharaotor Hill a roan of great In dependence of thought and action Lamar ditto Tonight wrote Or ando Brown how I was progressing ind to got Drane Ghinn Macklin t ldj and Saffells to write to Durhams constituents to get his support of appropriationTuesday January 22 Went to Blackburns room was not up left note requesting HeI t i remember meeting at 11 oclock today at his committee room Went to Willards find with Turner to Treasury and War Depart mentson some of Turners business got on a buss and went to Capital At 1180 went to Blackburns committee room to meetKcntucky mem bers found Committee on District of Columbia in session and room full Doorkeeper informed me that Blackburn said we must go down to committee room of Naval Appro priation in basement Went down after a short time Durham came the first time I had met him Talked with him He said he was willing to act with us but com plained of character of river and harbor bills heretofore passed say ing he had voted against them although he got 37000 in one of them for upper Cumberland Beck came in said he could not wait that House members should attend to the business and whatever might be in the bill for Kentucky when It came to Senate he would keep In but if the bill was such a bill as that of last session he would vote against whole bill Durham said same thing Turner also came but seeing no other of Kentucky mem bers was about baying when Black burn came saying he was compelled to be with his committee and con sequently could not be there He and I discussed when and where We could get a meeting He sug gested his room and we were to see other members to arrange it Went into House heard Townsend of New York denouncing the bill to restrict Chinese Immigration and the Democrats generally Page of California Republican and Lut trell Democrat of California advocated billalpo Willis of Louis ville who as Chairman introduced it Went into Supreme Coure room Saw our Judge Harlan with the other Supreme Judges In session They are In appearance solid stu dious men Did not like the counte nance or expression of Joe Bradley Dont think he could be trusted on a political or personal question in which his party or personal feelings were enlisted Saw old Terry Black who is evidently ItI man of powerful ability for either rood or evil as it may happen Also saw Judge Campbell who I think is in some respects a better but not so able a roan After night went to Willards saw Turner Had game of euchre with Mrs Turner Miss Emily Sullivan and Mrs Over tdn wife of a Pennsylvania member DjrsOverton and myself played against the other ladies In parlor of Willards Came out about oven Between 9 andlOrent to President Hays levee Handed my hat and cane to negro servant who checked it Went into room where stood President Hays and wife Told young Hays my name ivnd residence was introduced lays shook me heartily by the band saying H he was happy to know me he had saul to everybody else who preceded mend no said to all who sue ceeded me Told another gentle man standing by side of Mrs Hays ray name and residence She shook hands with mo Said when a child she had been in Frankfort said she had friends there The gentleman said Mrs Hays was not axaotly a Kentuckian but the next hints to it us only a river divided our State She said laughingly HI- am a Buckeye ou know Talking of handshaking I noticed all of the lontlemen had white kid gloves on I had none but gave thorn an un joverod hand The time T was In the Presidents house did not exceed minutes There was of course in immon cowd A band of Rodcoated musicians were playing in one of the rooms near the entrance Went buck to parlor of iVillurds had a little game of yhist Miss Sullivan rind I against rom Turner and ttlrs Dam Went back to my room No 47 iVashlngton House corner of 8d o bediTo be continued 1 V vvEtzr rr LLT J M SAffELL CWSAFFELL l SAFFELLS Staple and Fancy Groceries China and Glassware agXY Fine Wines andf M Whiskies r We ask our city andscountry friends vto callat 2 t 2yqAnn Street and inspect our goodsr d SAffELL StmifrLo It JK z Jlf LEllendale Commercial ij if 7 CollegeNar ng School for Boys and Young Men who wish to study t Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy ShortaN Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetict The college is located in one of the most healthful and refined neighborhoods in 1DI1vie8S county remote from all temptations and distractions of city or ft jtown Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a lIgood position Catalogues free Re opens September 10 1900 Jk J E Gardiner A M PresJuly 21Gm CURDSVILLE KY l1s 1 Difficult To understand how one can afford to miss takj ing advantage of this offer Dont be suited too soon we are in no hurry O- urH95OE SIDEBOARD GEORGE H STENLIN- ftIrlo tPERSONALS Col Goo GR Fottor of Louiivillo was in the city yostorclny Mr Sam Snlyor of Lexington was In tho city yeatiqday- Mr Will A Lowls of Huron Ind spoilt Sunday and Mondn I ford Miss Susio Shanks of LouisvIUd was tho guest of relatives horojhls week jisitudyepk MissTanlo Dehonny isu1i homo after a visit to friends at QwaniS boro Mr John 0 Richardson of Nash villa Tenn visited rolatlvoa hero this week Miss Harriett McOluro has rc turndd from a visit to relatives i- nLouisvilleMiss has rp turned a visit tt relatives in 1Mrwas hero this week looking hale and hearty CimpbollattendcdtiB e ton this wok Dr Wm L Rodman of Philadel phia Penn was the guest of rein tives hero this week Mrs Will Vaughn of Winter Raven Fla was tho guest of rela tives here this wokIMiss Nellie McEwing who has been visiting Louisville has returned home Mr Hubert Vreoland returned parentsinMiss Isabel LIndsey has gone to Tryon N 0 to visit her brother Mr W T LIndsey Mrs Win Cheatham of Louisville was the guest of her mother Mrs L J Garrard this week Mrs H B Innes of this county Is the guest of her son Dr H Innes jr Render Ky Mrs Bonnie Owsloy has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Nel lie Brooks in New York Mrs Kate C Johnson hhs returned from a visit to her sister Mrs W W Woodruff in Knoxvllle Mr Clarence E Woods of Rich SigmaNuMr Walter Bell of Lexington who was a visitor here last week returned home Sautrday night Mr Geo W Lewis jr of Louis vine spent Sunday here the guest of his father Mr J B Lewis 1Miss Julia Hopple who has been the guest of Mrs aw Ghlnn has retrned to her home in Cincinnati Hon D L Thorn on and wife of Versailles were guests tit Mrs J B Lewis Third street on Satur dayIMrs Hugh Rodman loft Thursday for San Francisco Cal join her husband Lieut Hugh Rodman U S NIMr John C Richardson and wife of Nashville Tenn who have been visiting friends here have returned home Miss Mabel Boyor of Clrclevllle Ohio is the guest of her grandmother Mrs this city Mr W H Mastlif sr who has been visiting relatives here re turned to his home in Woodford county Oil Saturday Mr Hugh Merchant and wife of t Lexington who wore visitors here several days last week returned jliome on Mond YI 9 Mrs G R one to Louisville on route to1 Greenville Miss was called heroI an business Saturday Mr C P Chenault and Mr Guy t Briggs left yesterday for Ashevllle i N C where Mr goes hopes of recuperating his health Mr Wilfred Caulklns of V Thooga Tenn solicitor for i Ohm Co publishing house wnRI j a visitor here Friday and Saturday Miss Alice G Crutoher of Duckers who has been the guest of leer aunt Mrs Geo A Lewis for several days returned home Satur dayI Roy M B Adams attended tlio State Convention of tho Baptist Young Peoples Union at Lexing f ton this week of which he is Presi dent Miss Mary C Cromwell of Fayette has been the guest r of her cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis Second street returned home on Wednesday 1Miss Hannah Innes of this city has to Cuba as stenographer and typewriter in the engineering department the army She HavanaI Mrs George F Berry gave a beau tiful luncheon last Wednesday Covers were laid for ten and the decorations were American beau ties Those present wore Mrs Wm F Barrett Mrs L P TarltonMrs Wm M Saffoll Mrs Wm H Snood Mrs John W Rodman Mrs Anthony Rollins Burnam Mrs Walter G Chapman Mrs Frank H Johnson Mrs Bush Mrs IFf G F Berry t For the Rot lidalfoltL BOWL ER LEVI OF PLACE IN TB HAD OF FMAE NY SUN Lot than strike his name Fameyto great story For his memory Has a destiny Ajmrt from their gilded glory Lo there bo bub two In their grand review Save him that fcho people cherish With our Washington And our bravo Lincoln Ho lives all the rost will porlsh Anti tholi light will Shine Whoa this petty shrine Is losto In the dust of gesjFoji time vrltton scroll Ofa lie los foul Is rL1SliolIflm iviiig ages HOWARD IfAIlMER SUNDAYSCHOOL INSTITUTE It la earnestly hoped that those who are interested Sundayschool work will remember that the Franklin County Sundayschool Institute will meet in the rooms of the Y MC A on Friday and Sat urday of next week Nov 80 and Dec Addresses will be delivered full of interest and instruction Everybody Is cordially invited but Sundayschool workers especially to attend and take part in the- exercises CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of BUZZARD ROOST Wo had a nice rein last Tuesday after being dry so long Mr Mitch low with typhoid feverRMrsI Bob Hulett and daughter visited Mrs Bain Moore lastJSatur day Bro Lennox will preach at the Choateville Church the fourth Sun day Hope a large crowd will at tendMr Guina Sudduth and Mrs Earnest Pierce went to see their Rirls last Wednesday night The house in the hollow Look out or you will get dog bit Mr George Mitchell wife and children visited Mrs Jim Moore last Sunday Miss Nannie Mr Willie SudIduthbuggy riding last Sunday evening on the Choateville pike Jim or you will get left MtlZionMrs daughterinlaw and her grandchil dren last Saturday on Benson We are having a nice little society at the Choateville Church Wednesday night for the benefit of Mr Earnest Pierce und Mr Jim Quire called on Misses Blanche and Goldie Sudduth last Sunday night GOLD BUG MILLINERY CUT LEOur Stock of Millinery at Greatly Reduced Prices JOHNSON tOEt UssIyou your seats for the Patriotic Concert to be givfiii at Prof Waylnnd Grahams Academy of Music next Tuesday evening 27th in stant you should secure them at once and make this benefit a great success financially as it will be otherwise A great many tickets should not only be sold here but elsewhere Secure your tickets at once and try and iii duce your neighbor and friend to buy one or more A GREAT MEDICINE II I have used Chamborlans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and find it to be a great medi cine says Mr E S Phipps of Poteau ArJtIt It cured me of bloody flux I cannot spunk too highly of it This remedy always wins tho good opinion If not praise of those whouse it The quick cures which it effects oven in the most severe cases make it a favorite everywhere For sale by J W Gayle druggist r LOOK on for Gold Manet 1 Has it como upon you unpre pared BFDlEfflBE8 That we carry a large line of Woolen and Gotten Blankets Comforts Etc A splendid value in Cotton Blanket at 75c pair A good heavy Cotton Blan ket 100 per pair Extra heavy Cotton Blankets 125 to 175 per pair Special values in Wool Blan kets 325 to 575 per pair Comforts 100 to 225 each Call and see pur goods cKaginSBfo 41 ST CLAIR BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 9 m from St Louis for Kansas City and entire North west to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb TlmoIpress For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains daily from St Louis or Chicago For St Paul Minneapolis and Northwest several trains daily from Chicago and St Louts UThe Finest Trains in the World ChI- cago to St Paul and Minneapolis To Omaha Kansas City St Joseph two trains dully from St Louis or Chicago California excursions in through tourist sleepers personally con ducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday evoningulsofrom Chicago every Monday evening the route is via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake CityIThe best line the best equipped trains in time WestIWrite for matter descriptive of any contemplated journey through the West W M SHAW D P A 408 Vino St- Oinoinnlbti O L W WAKELEY Gen OJStHOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager tf St Louis Mo Tho best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little pJUff known as DeWitts Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripo South Longmoor W McKad Hardio Attention To prepare sons fora busy in this busy world send them t Ellendnle Commercial College near Curdsville 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 instructorsarecamplnyed- Without one exception our graduates are holding good positions Board tuition furnished room etc only S80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address- J E GARPJNER Alr Pres 46 6m hers 4 Go TAGBACONMasonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware Paiiils Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Leaded Shells Powder Shor Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family 11ScaJp1 Buckets Iron Roofing Wire Etc r Stagg A N D One of the handsomest and most desirable of thetI Q special styles for women for this season is the PA TENT KID DRESS BOOT herewith shown The vamp and foxing are of the new Patent Kid the most beautiful leather possible The sole of the boot is ofpgood walking weight made with the fashionable widee cir e worn by Dressy Young Womeni I PRICE I ONE OF MANY I 1 IIdeal Hand Welt I EdgeLow Heavy Sole KoMcClure Son SOLB AGENTS I J j A Many people worry because believe they have heart dlsenstIThe chances are tat their all but their are DYSIpepsinwhich makes tho stomach press against the heart It will cure form of indigestion South Longmoor W McKeo Hurdle ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B r Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itchnnd burn Distressing Eruptio on the skin so you comtranyDoHair or Scalp Have you Skin Sore and Cracked on the Skin Prickling Skin Bolls Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these ore symptoms of eczema and and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanlca Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal of eczema to stop forever the breathosweet you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Readers of the ROUNDAUOUT ure advised to give B B B a trial For sale by druggists at 1 per largo bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for It Address BLOOD BALM COb414lIltChcll St Atlanta vtli and lree personal medical advice given JSTFor Bale by W McKee Hnrdlo 48ly 2 I Bacon 1I Street Dress BooLV ueen unlit 1 I I I tI I THE STYLES impurities r4 VERYx nForSEE oif THAT THIS IS SHOE EVERY I UI IR EczPlUnI 300 u 1 WANTEDTivo reliable travelingVsalesmen In each State permanent position salary and expenses exIperience not absolutely Address Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 2Omlq Thoroughbred Jersey Cow For Sale OFFER a thoroughbred Jersey cow years salePerfectlyU2t RICHARD MORRIS L OSTEOPATHY Richard P Bnckmaster D 0 Graduated under A T Still foun her of Osteopathy Kirksville Mo oppositetostnmIvagin Bros dry goods store Office hours 9 a m to 5 p m Evening hours 7 to 9 J1Telephone No 145 Consultation tree 14tf A The Success achieved by Rupert t i jIof Hentzau in dramatic form as a sequel to Tho Prisone Zenda cNJ parallels that of the roof Hope f fromances in book form modern rnovels have been more widely read than the two Zenda stories and Rupert of HentzauMas ajplay is as r eagerly awaited as was the first appearance of the book In its stage dress it Is said to be even more fascinating than it was as a novel PIANO TUNING AND REPAIR 74 ING rA Give your piano and organ work to John G Angus ho one of our citizens as as lulyinthe I State Orders should bo Dr Averill Nbw2Wm l i i r i rt- t J t f f yiJrr ftRMNANT SALSWe place on sale this morning a lot of Remnants of Silk and Black and Colored Dress Goods in Lengths for Waists and Skirts at Half PriceIn y 8 if3D XOENSON COi 811 Maui E3t Frnaicrt- r1hSy = DEATHS DUVALLAt the home of his mother in this city on Sunday t 4 mornlngUr Henry uavall oldest son of the late Judge Alvin aged about 48 years DuvallI and painful Illness The services which wore private wereI x conducted on Monday Rey R L McOready of the Epis copal Church from the residence Iy and the remains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery J He leaves an aged mother one brother six sisters and one son to mourn his death lnJEFFERSAt his home on Holmes street on Sunday Mr John G Jeffery aged about 18 years who had been a soldier in Cuba and the Philippines wheo he contracted consumption He had only boon home some two months He leaves a mother one sister and three brothers to mourn I t his death FRENCHAt his home at the Forks of Elkhorn on Sunday Dr Richard C French aged about r years He was a son of the late j Mr Wick French and nephew of Ohinnvwas a young man and tj VWQ believe a member of the Buck x p V Run Baptist Church The funeral took place on Mon i day and the romaine were placed in the family lot in our cemetery BIRTHS 4 onaWednesday Nov 7th to Rev Lewis H Thompson and wife a son j= J3ugene Theodore Marcellus JI Be smith A mighty man is he but he is not i enough to defy disease It is a pitiful thing to see the strong man brought low muscles melting away he can no more swing the heavy sledge to glowing I was troubled with malarial fever of about th ears tending audy was under octors care for a time writes Mr J ItKidd of v111eWayneCoKyThey me my suffering was great My pulse was very breath short ski had severe ins la the back Bead and legs Had palpitation of heart and from June let to May nt I was not able to a work I purchased five bottles of Dr Pierceo Golden M and k before I had finished the first two tattles I was much better I continued taking the Medicine and brthe time the G14f tattle was gone I was a Discovercleansesfeed disease cures diseases of the stom ach and organs of digestion and nub tion and enables the proper assimilation of food It is a flesh forming musclc Itf making medicine making sound flesh v and not flabby fat It contains no whisky nor alcohol in any form FOR STOMACH BLOOD AND LUNGS f MISS KATHERINE KLARER IThelNew York Musical Courier of a late date devotes a column of the- most flattering criticism to Miss Katherine 0 Klarer nnd her re markablp vocal work and the theItion for the efforts of this gifted young artist Her appearance in conjunction with the Capital Thea tre Orchestra will be an event that the musical people of Frankfort cannot afford to miss Lion Coffee only 10cper package LnngdonCr WILL GO OUT Owing to a pressure of private business Attorney General Griggs has announced that he will retire from the Cabinet March 4th next He will make his home hereafter in the city of New York Putnam Fadeless Dye Black will not rub off fade or wash out This dye colors either Silk Wool or Cotton a beautiful full black lOc per package Sold by South Longmoor CHANGE OF DATE OF THE BIG CONCERT BY THE CAPITAL THEATRE ORCHESTRA rThe date of the concert on which Kathorlne Klarer will appear in our city has been changed from Tuesday 27th to Monday 20th This is done as a mark of consid eration towards ho benefit concert wiiich is to be given on Tuesday night When the Orchestral Con cert was arranged for it was done with no previous knowledge of anything which it might conflict with and although the changing of the date will cause a great incon venience and some expense Mr Athorton the director of tlio orchestra has Arranged with the soloist for Monday evening next Nov 20th In addition to the fine program of orchestral music and the artistic work of Miss Klarer Mr J M VanDerveej will appear to the un doubted delight of his friends in the city i WASHED OUT The heavy rain of Monday night caused Benson Creek to run out with u rush carrying away the water pipe on the bottom of the creek and cutting off the supply of water from the fire plugs on the West 8i 1eitWILL IT PAY TO WALK WJTH GOD HOW CAN WE WALK WITH HIM This will be the title of an ad dress to be delivered at the Y M 0 A rooms on Sunday afternoon next by Mr John L Amsden of Versailles Evorv ono who has over heard Mr Amsdoji louver an address will concur with us in saying that it will bo full of good things Those who never hoard him will do well to come put Sunday They will bo amply repatl J t IrERRIBLE TRA0EDY Wednesday afternoon the terri IOnnews was received by friends city that Mr Chas L Mil ward had been killed at his homo early that arisen It morningI clothes and gone to the rear door of his residence to unlock it so that the cook could gain admission a short time before six oclock that morning Neighbors heard a shot shortly before and the cook arriving at 0 found Mr Milward ing on the back stairs in the doorway dead It is generally conceded that he was murdered as he was never known to have a pistol in his house and the position of the body showed that he had been shot by another We have known Mr Milward from his babyhood and have always es teemed him for his integrity and uprightness of character and life Ho was about 80 years of age and was happily married to Miss Lessie May daughter of Capt W H May by whom he had two sprightly and handsome children He had been an energetic and up todate merchant having token charge of his fathers business the late Mr Leven P Milward when only 10 years of age after his fathers health had given way He had conducted it upon honorable lines and had made it successful and profitable He was a dutiful son affectionate brother husband and father and a devoted friend In the prime of life and useful ness Lexington could ill afford to lose him 1What motive the assassin could have had will probably never be known as his tracks were success fully covered We tender to the griefstricken and terribly afflicted family and HeIIafternoon and the remains were placed in the family lot in the Lex ington cemetery CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You HIM Always Bought Bears the- Signature of QUEER RESULT It dovelopes by the returns of the late election that Kentucky cast in round numbers 470000 voters By the census returns there were 2147174 inhabitants of the State Divide this by 5 which is the uni versally accepted ratio and wo have 429485 as the number of legal ly qualified voters in the State Without excoptioirit is conceded that tOll per edit or 421H8 of those voters tail to vote oven in tho most exciting elections Take this sum from the 4204115 voters and wo have 835452 as tho probable vote Yot horn wo have a vote of 470000 polled or an excess of 84f03 II Sholy sholy some body done stack dqm keords 1 tr J II THE ROUNDABOUT r I L 1 0 THE PEOPLES PAPERAkMs jt w j EVERYBODY TAKES IT EVERYBODY READS jgjj 1i ri I r x 1 4 v 1 Subscription Only 1 Per Year4 tt OUR JOB DEPARTMENT t td 71 BINDERYL J i lfJio Blank Books of all kindi gotten up ii tfct Irifsmt sty ofti he art Old Books and Muaio bound at iMHfcl nttf Js Work u MaoicitecL foo 1EIna Frankfort Hounttifiout Entered nt the poatofficc at Frankfort Ken tuoky secondclass mailable matter PubrFRANKFORT NOV x1900 TWO U S COURT DISTRICTS trx As Congress Is to moot in ri few wpeks for tho short session wo hope that tho bill which was introduced and reported favorably by the Committee at the last session to provide for two U S District Courts in this State will be pushed fitto its early passage Senators Lindsay and Deboe both favor it and the reasons for its prompt passage are so numerous and so strong that it will moot with but little if any opposition Tho fact is that Tennessee which does not have half the amount of business in her U S Courts that 5we do in Kentucky has three tils tricts and three judges c And there are a number of other States similarly situated The vast amount pf work required in this State with its one district and one Judge forced Judge Barr one of the best lineI purest of judges to retire because he could no longer stand the strain although he was by no means an old or in nrnnqJudge Evans is already 1 the weight of the work and should b3 relieved from such a load And then the right of litigants to isvnot possilbe under the present con ditions It is true that there will be addi tional expenses created by the new officials but that is no reason for denying the people a right to be heard in a reasonable time We hope that this bill will be speedily enacted into a law SERIOUS DAMAGE a At about four oclock yesterday morning the main water pipe lead ing from the reservoir burst on Short street and the vast volume of water spread destruction in all directions It dug out a very large Diuslice of the lot in front of Mrs J fS Tinsleys house and rushed throug the yards of several other Getting w ThinI tl Is all right if you are too fat t andall wrong if too thin already Fat enough foryour habit is r healthy a little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There are many causes of get- tingl too thin they all come under these two heads over work and underdigestion Fi I Stop overwork if you can butwhether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comesof your doing no work you cant long be well and strong without some sort of activity The genuine has this picture on it take no triedit have send for free sample Its a greeable taste will youriChemists 409 earl Street New York 60c and 100 all druggists y citizens living close byaml one or two dwellings tearingonterrdI up generally Superintendent J D Griffin was quickly notified and had the water turned off and repairs at onco spt on foot Doubtless the pipe will have been replaced before this notice is read by fho public then you can no sleep for cough J it is hnrdlrnOce Rarr that any no you that you need r CoughRemedy possibleTtV Gayle Druggist ZILPAH Those on the list of visitors this week are Mrs Sarah Moore who is vlsiting her daughter Mrs Thomas Watkins of Baileys Mill spoi1dlngtheMrs Eugene Bright was the guest of her sister Mrs James Bright one day this week Mr Owen Moore of Frankfort Mondayj his Some one will occupy the same soon 1Dir Newton Miles has torn the his house and has under construction a new one which will add to the looks and convenience of his home very much plncohncrib and contents burned UP Satur day Mr John W Moore wife and thoIily Sunday Mrs Margaret Jones was the HenrySheltonAnnie Cook was the guest of II1ItRS Addle Moore Saturday and Arthur called on his best Thats right Arthur go and see the blacksmith when youIsome are williDefirst made its appearance Mrs Clark sold her farm the past week Price paid 400 Guess J B has changed his pro gram for the us from J B so we will know to shine our whenII Today take Foley s Honey and Tar It positively prevents pneu mona or other serious results It maybe too late tomorrow Longmoor W McKee South1 GRAND MILITARY MARHI The celebrated Kilties will leave their priyate oar and give a grand military march at 12 oclock in today Everybody should witness this great and unusual event Dont forget the hour 12 oclock ra todayc The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers Easy to take Never gripe South Longmoor W McKeo HardieGLORIOUS RAIN The long drawn out dry spell was brought to a close on Monday night when between 11 and 12 the sky opened and a oclockI fell It had been a day or so and when the downpour came it was a regular U clod mashes and gully washer The leaves remaining upon the trees were swept off almost clean The sewer mouths and gutters wore clogged and the streets in some places became ponds from curb toI curb As the rain was what every one was praying and hoping for there was no cause for complaining and aiflueThis Is the season when mothers are alarmed on account of croup MinutoCough WMcKeeLADIES NEEDLE WORK GUILD MEETING The Ladles Noodle Work Guild held their annual reception of articles of clothing for the poor of the city at the Chapel of the Bap tist Church on Monday afternoon There wore a largo number of our prettiest girls and fairest matrons present The donations for the poor were very liberal and appropriate tp the needy of those for whqm intended t In the whole circle of clothingbusiness handled such perfectly correctlytailored Overcoats From the lining of the pockets to the cover of the velvet colar all and everything shows the work of Expeienced Ore Mens Strictly All Wool Overcoats 750 1000 1200 1500 and 2000 Boys want stylish well made clothing as well as men They like to come to our store because they know site have the correct styles for boys Because we have better boys clothing than the other stores dont think that our prices are higher Boys Suits 150 to 500 HUDSONS Corner Main and St flair ITT S titSllt- patt l f lnTAYLOk WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN BOND nEST IS IflrnIUPIESlNTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAYLOR SIGNATUREISFORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR A SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY pr LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which in Quality and Flavor Are ANY BEERMADE EQUAL THE LAND CALL FOIL IT THE PRODUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Sept 2ly N iii FLOUR i i The Finest Made Anywhere Patronize Home Institutions THE J E M MILLING C- J N MILES Sec Treas Aug N 18ly i iiIitiiUiiitiii1 Thos K Robb Piano and Fur nature Mover Packing end Cmtlng CArefully Done hy Experienced Mon Good SerVico Mod ernto prices Lewis Street Locul Phone No Sept 83m iiliiUiIiIiei i Question Answered Yos AugtM Flower still has the Iatgst salty of tiny medicine In the civilized world Your mother any youiMrwnd mothers never thought of usliir anything else for indiuestioh or hflinnsnt Doctors were scare and they seldom henrjl of appen dicitis nervous prostration or heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food reurnlate the action of the liver RUm ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all took when feeling dull and had with YouItotserious the mutter with you For sale hy S B Holmes 4lyv Spare Women In former yeas when thin women wished to gain flesh and roundness of form they would take warm baths and follow this by rubbing into the skin cod liver oil Now they employ the more elegant way of buying eottrf Emulsion and tasking it internally It increases ht of thin babies and delicate children MY ICE PATRONS ITO sold my horses and wagons I have discontinued the Ice business 1 return thanks to my customers for the patronage ex tended met 64r N1 MJDANIEL f IT f3 what you eat digests the food and aids th rJ Nature in and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest diSC ovcreddlgcst ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efficiency stantly relieves and cures Dyspepsia Indigestion fFlatulence Sour Nausea Slck Headache and all other results of imperfect digestion tslie contains 3K times SOUTH w McKEE HARTHF S noEhtlltatlons upon Residence Travel And Oc patto- nJPyb1IN 6old PaldU Insurance Ualues SEBI Iu fT1Ia KodolDyspepsia Cure Digests artificially strengthening 11 i permanently GaatralgiaCramps smal1stieBookallaboutdyspepslamatiodfreePrepared IONOMOOR L8 ItIT Important features OF- Union mutual Policies OF LIFE INSURANCEF INCONTESTABILITYk from date of issue Grace in- Prcltlhlltl Payments ilsb Ua1Nt Coan Uale u of Insurance t IIExtension of the J I rt Law A iIi Every one of these privileges Is definite and clear Just hovj and When each is 1Va is plainly told No tfchnlcal qualifications exist as to otes for misunderstanding but everything Is explicitly set forth in untQUh1 age AFTER Three Years UNION MUTUAL IIr Policies do not become void by Failure to Pay Premiums the MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW without Action of tho Policyholder contlntt tug the insuranco for t timeP IMnnnger for Kentucky1N W Cor 4th ondjJofferadn Ky JIOHN K TODD Agent Frankfort Ky f fl t JlIA cheap remedy for rouchs andrcolds right but you watt seine thing that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results ofthr-oat and lung troubles What hall you do Go to a warmer and moreo regular climate Yes If possibly if 1 notposaible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has 4 Been introduced in all civilized counItries with success In severe f1Svruplcrlndiseusecauses easy expectoration gives a t good nights rest and euros the patient Try ono bottle Recpm many years by all druggists LHolmta t il 1tl1J JZl1Jft 1 r ysHit 5 FORKS OF ELTCHORtf- Bain very plentiful this ivook Littlo Emma Holton on the sick lists Mr Jerry South of Frankfort Is out in our neighborhood this Aveok on a hunt Master Lariie Hbckonsmith who has been sick with fovor is- ebnvaleseing very slowly Mr R L French of Monterey was Canoe here Sunday by the death of his brother Dr French Mr Howard Johnson Of Frankfort was In our village electioneer ing Hes a hustling and business young man so lets make him our county clerk Mr Robert Smith and wife of Lexington were the guests of Mrs Ed Jouett this week Miss Fay Redd visited Miss Sallie Epler last week I Mrs Kittle Breadle died at her home near our village Wednesday last Mrs Sarah Featherston who has been ill with fever Is much Improved morningDran lllnens of about four years but he bore his suffering very patiently with never a murmur He was known by all to be a kindhearted man and possessed a lovely Chris tian character He was loved by all Two sisters and four brothers besides a host of friends and rela tives mourn his loss We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the liereayed family The funeral took at his home ferlvces con ducted by Rev Jack Head of MontereyA NEEDLEWORK GUILD RE OEPTION The Needlework Guild will hold a reception in the parlors of the Baptist Church Monday Nov 19th from 4 to 7 oclock p m The gar ments collected will be on exhibition and the public are cordially invited to attend Light refreshments will be served and no charges made just a pleasant social event Contributors to this worthy charity are earnestly requested to send garments to directors by the 16th of November STAMPING GROUND Mr J W Duvall bought of Mrs pigsiMr Jas Southworth of Owen county was the guest of Mr J R Tucker last week Mrs M L Lawrence of Frank HEADACHE Pain back of your pressureinyou sometimes faint and dizzy Is your tongue coated Bad taste in your mouth And does youAeritable Do you often have the blues And are you troubled about sleeping hail yaw fiver tm all wrong But ther is a cure Tis the old reliable J4YJJl3 PMThey act directly on the liver They cure- constipationbIliousness sick headache nausea and dyspepsia Take a nightFor StandardFamily Prleo seals All Drenlste regularly andImiles v out getting tired or out notboonBE WALWOKK July 131890 Salem Mass YffHm ikm Dosier whateverownpoeilbly reFirATKll Lowell Mare fort visited relatives hole this weekDuring the cool weather last week a number of our farmers whose hogs wore fat slaughtered thorn Hog and hominy and chitterlln suppers wore all the go Make a poor fellows mouth waterMessrs Perry Tackett bought of Mr Jas Glass of Owen county 18 head of yearling calves at 2760 per head a pretty good price The fine rains of Tuesday and happyNodrive to- Good prices are offered for fut cattle and feeders as high as five cents per pound shippedfrommarket Thanksgiving turkeys are the next thing on turkey hash hominyYACOB 17 pounds granulated sugar for 1 LungdonCreasey liveriness tnd headache They are easy to take and pleasant In effect For sale by J W Gayle QUASHED u The news was received in Louis villa on Thursday of last week that the indictment against Rev Dr H M Wharton the noted evange list had been quashed- It will be remembered that Dr Wharton was charged with obtain ing money under false pretenses in that he had mortgaged property donated to the orphanages of which he was the founder It now shows up that the money obtained on these mortgages vas used for the purpose of sustaining the orphan agesPapers hostile to religion caught at the charge and sung it all over the country another preacher gone wrong We wonder if they will be half as quick to publish the facts concerning this grand man We shall seo You cajit afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or cold to develop into pneumonia or con sumption One Minute Cough Cure will cure throat and preparationKnown specific for lagrippe It is an infal ible remedy for croup Children like it and mothers endorse it South Longmoor W McKee Har die ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM Y M 0 A The Bible class continues to grow in Interest and all members seem pleased with the course outlined Interest is being awakened in the debating club Questions of inter est are discussed and the meetings are thoroughly enjoyed The club meets every Friday evening at 880 oclock The literary study club will meet Tuesday night for definite organiza tion and to outline the study for the following Tuesday meeting The best selections of literature will be studied Something special in a social way will be had on Thanksgiving evening Some splendid music has been engaged and other features which will prove highly entertain ing will be added The membership now numbers 248 and Is growiog dally And why not There Is no more desirable place in town than this ideal club Gymnasium baths library reading room social parlors and many other features physical mental and moral which are necessary for the building of character A letter from Mr Canfield formerly of the Frankfort Association gives the pleasant information that his work at Nyack N Y is doing well A SUCCESS 1he oyster supper given by tho ladies of the Childrens Home So ciety on Friday night was a grand success pul to a nice little sum being realized for tho purposes for which the supper was given This society hits sent seven chil dronto the homo frpm this city and county and they w4ro rescued from tho huts and hovels of the slums Help on tho cause by your contributions q FINE COURSE OF LECTURES The ladies of tho Improvement Committee of the Methodist Church havo secured three of the flnost lecturers now on the platform who will lecture In this city at the fol lowing times and on the theines given below Hon Alf Taylor oxCongress man brother of exGov Bob on Monday evening December 3d subject Poetry and Pearls These lectures will be given In theBall Room of tho Capital Hotel Tickets for reserved scats for the whole course 160 or fifty cents for a single lecture They may be had at Barretts News DepotA series of lectures will be given affording delightful enter tainment and at jjjtho same time helping a good cause td Gas Stoves For Sale Two stoves suitnbln for bath rooms or other small apartments for sale cheap Apply at this office Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Everything for orchard lawn and garden Trees million fruit forest and orna mental vines small fruits and everything needed about tho home coun try or in town No agents and rock bottom to the actual planter Catalogue on application to Oct H F HlLLEXMEYKH LEXINGTON Kr CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sept 8th To Whom It May Concern Having lost certificate No representing twonty seven shares of stock No 59JI reQresonting three shares of stock in the Kentucky on oa before two months from ask said bank to issue me now 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 REAPPOINTED Hon John W Yerkes late Re publican candidate for Governor has been reappointed Collector of the 8th Internal Revenue District Kentucky never produced a nobler cleaner or more popular gentleman Hon Leslie Combs has been reap pointed to tho position of Pension Agent as was the understanding Gen Dan Collier having resigned He is another good man Many people worry because they believe they have heart disease The chances are tat their hearts are all right but their stomachs are unable to digest food Kodol Dys pepsia Cure digests what you eat and prevents the formation of gas which makes the stomach press against the heart It will cure every of indigestion South Longmoor W McKee Hardie WATER FAMINE All through eastern Kentucky and especially in Estill county there is great scarcity of water There has been no rain of any amount for over two months and water has to be hauled from thre- to twenty miles A good rain would be a godsend to the good people OASBears tho AI31sRoumt Nice fresh meal only 12c erpeck LangdonCreasy I BUYS A NICE HOME Mr O G Kenney has purchased the handsome home of Mrs G B Rodman on Todd street lately ocou pied by Prof MoHenry Rhoads and has moved into his now quarters He paid 5000 equal to cash and obtained n desirable piece of property there being it large lawn garden and stables Do oa- ilughDr a OonquersOroup praiseittis Hoarseness Grippe Pneumonia and It gives quick sure results Price 25 Refuse the dealers substitute it is not as good DrBulrs SyrupAlways UnTr SOUTHERN IN KENTUCKY Condensed Schedule Effect 10 1800 EA8TBOUND No No 6 W03 VlouisvIUo 745am iii pA- r Shelbyvllle 010am 532pm 905pm Ar L 050am 025pm 945pm Ar Versailles 1010am 647pm 1004pm Ar Lexington 1045am 715pm 1030pm Noa NoEa4Lv Lexington ii435pm 515am Ar Versailles 755am 502pm 535am Ar Larencobjj 820am 530pm 553am Ar Shelbyville 910am 015pm 830am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 750aa ASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 13lNo STATIONS No 400pm iLv Loulsvll Ar B25pm 1000am Lv LarnobrgAr I2INOli 715pm 1043am HarodsbgLv 730pm lo56nm Ar Burgin Lv A8TBOUND wxaTBoUND NO 15ltN007l STATIONS NalltNo 400pm 745am Lv Loulsvll Ar 1040am 740pm 532pm 910am Lv Shelbvll Ar 910am 615pm 47pm 1025am Lv Verslles Ar 750am 602pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 780am 340pm 740pm 1160am Ar Georgtn Lv 700am 310pm BASTDOUND WESTBOUND tNO lltNoT5i STATIONS ItNo 6 tNo E 745am 400pm Lv Loulsvll A11040am 740pm- 1022am 650pm Lv Verslles Ar 750am 502pin- 1102am 735pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 658am 405pm 1158pm 830pm Ar Rlcomnd Lv 605am 310pm- 105pm Ar Irvine Lv Mpm STATIONS No N 3Lv Louisville 745am 745pm Ar Lexington 1045am 1030pm Ar Knoxville 700pm 745am Ar Anhcvllle VIOam 110pm Ar Savannah 515am Ar Jacksonville 925am Lv Chattanooga 605pm 623am Ar Atlanta 1025pm 1150am Ar Macon 1255am 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am 1000pm Lv Chattanooga 610pm 645am 1005pmlll45amAr No through sleeping car Louisville to Blr alngham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation chaircar Louisville to Lexington e free observation chair car Lexington AistillaL No uleepingcar Birmingham to Louisville via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Durgin daily- Between Versailles and Georgetown Non II and daily Nos and dallyexcept Sunday Between Versailles Nlcholasvllle Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains daily rSOANNON3d VPAOM J M CutPT M Washington D C Washington Da WATunKaPA WKHTATLOBAOPA Washington D a Louisville Kr C U TIME TABLE SOUTH Ilio2J Lt Lexington 815 630 Yrankfortr 911 618 Shelbyvllle 700 At Lonlsvllle 11IJOl 8OC NORTH r No221A 1L880 BM 928 701 740ltL N trains to Louisville and way stations 550 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 937 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 304 pm 0 O trains to Louisville 909 a mO 0 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 m Louisville Frankfort Accommo a m C 0 O trains east 740 p m A V RITE Agent A TIME TABLE SOUTH NoI me IAM IT Lexington 12001 ass 906 Ilort 3 937 11Irtltlan burg 340 1017 11II11tnct 858 1033 tngrangr 4E5 atrhiaK 468 at r Louisville 625 iaK6 tit7u IAM No PM v Louisville a ooi2 410 Ancnorago 237 765 444- tagranoe SM 825 623 Eminence 1M 82 5H7 Curlstlatmbnrg 1401 912 606 Kranklurt 435 90 642 11 1025 r Texlnuton 1Gl11 1059 Wholesale and RetailI opened up the largest stock of groceries in the city which I will sell at rock bot tom prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SCOTTOW PiUM jllJ11ZXIII IIII RfllLWflY andWUlke7alta ou un u at hole with out p1a hook ofr FREEIN1N Nerth Pryer r LMIVIUEHtw ANiCeItJVOORrCa THE FAVORITE LINE FROM LOUISVILLE To CHICAGO Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining Cars and Modern Wagner Palace Drawing Room For tickets rates and gen end information by prospective pus senRers to till the vast includingCALIFORNIA d Frank J Reed G PAC H Rockwell Traffic Mgr I r W H MDoel P G MtAddress E H Bacon D P At Louisville Ky Burlington Route i BEST TRAINS TO KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACIFICl COAST UTAH WASHINGTON OMAHA ST PAUL NEBRASKA fr BLACK HILLS VIA ST LOUIS OR CHICAGO Vestibuled Trains Sleepers Lining Cars Chair Cars Seats Free F MonUGG1 Tray Pnssr Ajt St Louis Mo Gen St Lom L W WAKELEYGenPnssAgtStLouiBMo The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis a And all Points West Northwest r and Southwest The only line running three double daily withwithout change rotralnatowith through without change Tickets on Sleepers lnfonnaN this citysale at route pingcnr bertha etc callonAVHitcagentL aa dressBL BRYANT T P A L J IRWIN G P A Louisville Ejr LS tXINGTON EASTERN RYr LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUNDl MILES fjTATtON8 DailEo 1NOPM X 0 Lv Lexington 225 7 6 Montroso F 2 38 00 11II Avon 2 F 8 F267 F817 Winchester 8 8 80 23 Mistletoe F815 860 L E Junction 8 45 00It Indian Fields F888 F 9 00 Clay City 8 0 16 i 4It Stanton 9 25 RoMslyn F412 P921rFilson Dundee 480F94- 7F45Natural Bridge 054- F480 853 62It Torrent 449 08 frl Ftncastle F 7 03 Flo 70 5111028 00BIff St Helens 79 Talleqa F 5 F10 82 Athol 5 43 N SI Oakdale F5 60F11 06 00 Elkatawa 6 07F11 Ar Jackson 0 11 80 WESTBOUND MILES STATtONd No1 DailyEx 1DailM Lv TucltBon 6 2 Elkatawa 68311283 SI Oakdalo F 6 F 2 Athol 656 8 66 Tallega F704F804 St Helens 16F8 18 jO Junction 7 8 26 OfB10Lv Fincastle 111 F 883 Torrent 7 8 68 Glenclairn F767F868 1Natural Bridge F 8 4 01 t 808F409 50It Filson 8 4 Rosslyn F820F425 tanton 8 4 80 City 842 89 ro Indian Fields 8 50F4 54 Zi L E Junction 0 5 08 23 9 F 6 15 Winchester I 20 U Wyandotte F048F683 Avon 849F640 6 Montroso F 9 58F5 50 o Ar Lexington 0 05 Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flon o ill Shipstuff orn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone842- 54r RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL t McCreadyRectorHoly Communion 9 a m Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a in- Evening prayer and sermon at p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible at 945 a m- Wednesday evening prayer and Lesson at 780 Thursday Thanksgiving Dayser 11 a m There will be inusic and sermon and the church will be decorated with fruits and vegetables which will afterwards be distributed to the poor To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M y B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at 946 a m Special classes for r young men Young Peoples Society will meet at 680 p m chapel Seats free and all are cordially in vitedl RevIChristian Church Lexington will preach at 11 a m and 780 m m Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at Oc45 Leader Viola Winkler Topic Praise the Lord Junior Endeavor Society meets 1tt880 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Topic Reasons for Thanksgiving The public will be cordially welcomed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usualservices tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky r D D the pastor having returned from Germany will at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor Sundity school room at 045 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780- Annual Thanksgiving service at 11 ThursdayThe invitedI METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 a 4inEpworth League in Sundayschool room at 646p m- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 75 The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Win Crowe jrtlie pastor will pre i at 11 a mnnd 7 80 m- Sundayschool at UroO a m Protracted will continue throughout the week lit 780 p m each evening Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 046 pm To all these meetings the publics cordially invited THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP EL WEST SIDEPreaching every Sundn evening by some one of the Sundayschool 280 urgdpy evening at 7 80I fv = sriii InmOI f 44 Holiday Cllatehes 4 preparedtlithe most perfect assortment of watches ever shown Let us respectfully suggest that this year you make your selection earlier We want you to see our stock before it is broken Please take the fullest advantage of this opportunity and dont wait We have them in all sizes and prices within the reach of all Enamel Watches from 650 to 6000 Solid Gold Watches from 1200 to 10000 A watch is a most fitting Holiday remembrance 4 m H SEliBEST RELIABLE JEWELER P S We are showing a new line of canes for Thanksgiving isruISs 4 r THANKSGIVING SERVICE The union Thanksgiving service of the Christian Methodist Baptist and SouthornPresbyteriiui churches BaptistChurchSermon by Rev George Darsle of the Christian Church Mr JDarsie writes that the meet ing he is conducting at the Broad Lexingtonisbeen 81 additions up to and includ ing Thursday SELLS OUT The old and valuable store known as Farindale for so long the prop erty of Messrs B Farmer Son has been sold by Mr Will S Farmer the present proprietor to Messrs Morris McCoun of Bond ville Anderson county Possession will be given January 1st Mr Will S Farmer who now owns the building occupied by Messrs J L Rodman Son will aIFarmer is a firstclass merchant of fine taste and Judgment and will be a splendid addition to our busi ness community iWe have known him for years and he isn NOI in every way When you feelt tha life is hardly worth the candle take a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver rourIyouIJ W Gayle- BROTHER OF SENATOR LIND SAY DEAD Mr A W Lindsay county attorney of Fulton county and a brother of U S Senator Wm Lindsay died at his home in Hickman on Mon day of malarial fever- D A R IThe Bryan Station Chapter D A R gave a pleasant entertainment last evening at Mrs Chenaults residence on Second and Upper streets The two spacious parlprs were thrown into one and tastefully decorated with flowers The mem bers of the chapter wore present and had arranged a charming program Miss Mattie Estill one of the most promising young vocalists of the community sang beautifully three selections Barque of Dreams Because I Love You Dear and Supposing The accompani ments were skillfully played by her music master Mr R de Roode eveningsIMiss Mary Hamilton whose succors as a teacher of elocution mind oratory is recognized and appreci ated both at homp and abroad Her readings were a part of Enoch Ardenu1otherd Reyolt by Mary E Wilkins Sandy Mc Douglos Signal and Set of Turquoise by T B Aldrich They gave much pleasure to the audience and many compliments wore paid to the beauty and grace of the singer and the power mOdUjluted PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCE MENTKENTUCKYEDUCAlIONAL Ofllce of the President Newport October 1900 Dear friend Tho Kentucky Edu cational Association will hold its next meeting in the city of Louis ivlle Dec 26 27 28 1900 The K E A represents all of the educa tional forces of the State lUll should have the cooperation of the friends of education everywhere to make it a great living moving force A strong program for the next meeting is being prepared the leading school men and women of the State will be present and the meeting will be an inspiration to all Announcement of special rail road and hotel rates will be made laterPlease announce the mooting at educational gatherings and else where and arrange to be with us Let us work together for the good of the youth of Kentucky Very truly- J M X DOWNES Pres ALFRED LIVINGSTON Secy Somerset Kentucky makersBoth and circulators of countorfoit commit fraud Honest buylugorigiualsores eczema timid nil sum diseases McKeeEarclie RETURNED Rev Dr J McOlusky Blayney returned from Goel e Igon Ger many on Wednesday morning bringing with him the body of little Lucy Lindsoy Blayney his- granddaughter The remains were taken to the cemetery chapel mid a short religious service held after which they were placed in the family lot in the cemetery ON Less fUll cast a day TilE of Ky The treat Kujfifa rf kite raaise ItJt Dll Bra- nper the SNtb e From Now Till i Serf Year Hue til Yoar Uoiey NOT ll lii 1ONLY ONLY 1J DOLLAR IOKNING HERALD Lexington December L1 Jw l CONCERTIsecond concert by the Capital Theatre Orchestra Tuesday evening Nov 27 in the Opera House under the direction of Mr F P Atherton Miss Klarer the gifted artist from Cincinnati who delighted everyone with her marvelous vocal work at the jubilee and reception tendered Rev Thos S Major this week will be the soloist on this occasion The orchestral part of the program has been elaborately arranged and the orchestra will be augmented for the occasion This should be a red letter night of the concert season and the fame of the soloist above mentioned should pack the house Seats will be on sale at Barretts on Monday Nov 10 Many of your friends or people whom you know of have contracted consumption or pneumonia by neglect of a simple cold or cough Foleys Honey and Tar a safe and plqasant cough sureI would saved them It is l LongmoorWA VILLAGE BLACKSMITH SAVED HIS LITTLE SONS LIFE Mr HH Black the wellknown village blacksmithat Gralmmsville Sullivan county N Y i says Our littlo son five yours old liar always been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks been that wo haye feared many times that he would die We 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 we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before It gets settled There is no dapger in giving this remedy fr it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by J W Gayle druggist One of the promised attractions of the present theatrical season is the dramatisation of that masterly romance Rupert of Hentznu the sequel to The Prisoner of ZenthV both as novel und drama Under the auspices of Daniel Frohman a production is promised that for ex cellence of cast magnificence of scenic equipment and completeness of detail surpasses all former pre sentations Howard Gould who succeeded E H Sothern in lending role in Time Prisoner Zenda takes the same dual ofI actor in Rupert of Hentzau It EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS 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food but s medicine and the best in use to put u horse in prime condition Price 2fy t yk r cents per package j r For sale by J W Gayle ands J LeCompte Gayle Co KodoS Dyspepsia Cure t J catI tJ iAJf 1 ir i W fQr JII I I t ftidfc iIT HON E H TAYLOR JR 1 i Is a candidate for Sate Senator from this District subject to the action of the Democratic party ii1RING FOR THE HORSE L Horses boarding In vellordere City stables aro usually well caret tl for but many who care for then t own horses especially the farming portion neglect the daily equine toilet Men who would not think of going out without having their hall cpmbed and their clothes brushed never think of combing the horses mane and tail or brushing his coat To the thoughtful owner of a gooc horse to offer these suggestions maj Abe bringing coals to Newcastle but f there are thousands of people win drive a horse every day and through thoughtlessness negleci f simple things which not only make the horse uncomfortable but r ndei him less docile and tractable lessen his working value and shorten hit life I have seen many a horse in the country that had not been cur Tied for ifyear vaInly trynlg to got Rome of the dust out of his coat by tolling when he got n chance I have seen horses ith their hair IX9rn oft by stiff flat sharpedgf ireins which had been put under the back strap because the loops were broken or never existed I have seen horses with galled withers whore the saddle had been moved a little further forward or backward bear on a fresh spot until theto back was a mass of raw flesh shave seen a mare which was so in harness and out that she was almostunmanageable and was t driven with her head pulled down fI by a tightly drawn martingale while her heels were kept from flying up by a kicking strap The t Secret of it nil was that tho girths j were drawn as tight as if the owner I had been cinching a pack on a j nuJos back The horse jibed and kicked and fought against taking tsi the fourringed bits which were 2jr thought necessary to control her h and the harness which was a cruelly devised instrument of tor- 1 tare but when she was driven with i loose girths and kindly treated nil these vices disappeared and the mare was as kind as a kitten r i A DESERVED ENDORSEMENT On Sunday last the congregation of the Chirstlan Church elected Rev George Darsio their pastor for tho twentyfourth year and tho vote was unanimous This was the graceful and proper thing to do and the congregation has honored itself by thus honoring this good man Washing Willow Furniture and l r Wicker Chairs t r Gold Dust Wasting Powder tad warm wattr Use a scrubbing brush when Jtwl water becomes ale lout wiled get fresh follow with s soft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry I White Iron bode eta alio be wished by this lfi teethed but must be wiped dry quickly oar tnt l roa nou ewowr II t soarMuetto Till N14 AUKilteee SI Lolo Nw Rotten y 4 f- jSte 1I THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Loav Louisville 745 a m daily leav Lexington 1050 a m arrive Chattanooga 550 p m aniv Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack sonvlllo 880 am Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p in has through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jack sonville 10 p in next evening Southern Railway in connection with the Queen Crescent Route is the only lino with 24 hou schedule between Louisville anc Jacksonville Superior connections at Jackson ville for Jill points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now or sale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also tc Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Southern Railway Information 230 Fourth Avenue Louisville A Whedon Passenger A TURK Gen Pass Agent- WUjihlngton D C WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky TThis is the season when mothers are alarmed on account of croup It is quickly cured One Minute Sough Cure which children like to South Longmoor W McKee Hardie- DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE MEN Tho following are the Democartlc recinct Committeemen chosen on aturday last to serve for the next our year- sBridgeF L Gordon Voglers Wlngate Thompson Courthouse E H Taylor Markethouse Pat Newman jr Gaines Stable Frank Rogers Gashouse George Conway Bellepoint L W Howell Purrington Robt Reddin BridgoportJ B Wright Flat Creek Ransford Pe ton Baileys Mill Wm Luokett Bald Knob John Jim Howard Harvieland Rose Shields Benson Finnic Bryan SwallowfleldR Will Hlqatt Bloomington N Bell Peaks Mill Mart Ellis Elmvllle W B Forward SwitBer Jack South Forks of Elkhorn Witt Lon Jruteher Crutchers Schoolhouse =Hiram Jott ThornlHlll J Bacon Blanton Utterbaclvs Shop George ohnson 111FHousewor is bani work withoutGoMBustl jllI theyF tTStbOYSjDtS1sflf AgentW BANDMASTER SLA TIER The Military Band of the 48th Highlander recognized as tho best unilcal orpinixation In CRn tuba Its success Is greatly duo to the ability anti faithfulness of Mr John Slatter Bandmaster It Is worthy of mention that within Rlx months of his taking charge of tho band It entered the great bnnd tournament held at Himiilton in August 1800 and won first prize for general excellence in plantng military band music While Ule band Is unquestionably in the first rank of general excellence it has no equal in truo interpretation of Scottish music Mr Slattor has hud a varied exporioncb during his musical career and besides being a composer and arranger of merIt ho Is on of tho finest Instrumental lists in the country Ho served with distinction in Her Majestys 1st Life Guards Band London En gIll i as a soloist also in tho Seventh Fusiliers of Great Brital Upon coming to Canada he sOred lnjacceg3fedin Canadas pet regiment He it a man of fine presence arid soldiery bearing and has tune confidence of his baud and of the regiment DRUM MAJOR The drum major of the 48th HIghlanders Band Roderick Dop aid MacLeay Is almost as famous throughout Canada as is Ban master Slatter himself Mr Mac Loay is the finest specimen of ma 1 hood in all Canadaand it is doubtful if a more magnificently bunt man lives in the world today He stands about seven feet and unUke almost every other extremely tall man Is built in perfect proportic to his great height With his greot busby towering two feet above his head and wearing his handson kilted regimentals he makes a most striking figure as he wall nhead of the bandsmen Bane master Slatter is over six feet In height himself and is a splendidly built athletic man trod his bandsmen are fine men physically but hey all look small indeed besid the tall ScottishCanadian who Tarries the huge baton at the heat of the regiment RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN G H Hausan Lima OM Engineer L E W R R 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 ladly recommend it to any one specially my friends the trainmen who are usually filleted South Longmoor W McKee Hardie The appearance of the same actor in an impersonation of the sam character in two different dramas is lecidedly a theatrical novelty Such nn Innovation Is promised this eason in the appearance in this city of Mr Howard Gould In the new production of Rupert of Ientyau It in the same double role which Mr Gould assumed in The Prisoner of Zenda under Mr Trohmans management ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will be found a llst of ad ertlsed letters for the week ending Nov 2 100- 0Armstrong Mrs Jennie Barker Baxter George- Cardwell Conover f Crag Miss Mary Gabard Ike Hawkins S L Hawkins Mrs MaryF Hensloy Mrs Eliza Hergor Bruth Hill Airs Carrie Sarah Mrs Annie Jones Harry Jordon Rufus Lewis Sarah Lloyd Hal H Powell Miss Francis Smith Miss Lucy The Kentucky Tribune Whorton Oliver Wilson Harry Wilson Miss When for theso lottare please say advertisedS ES P M INJURED While engaged in repairing the waterphe which burst yesterday morning Mr Pat Haly and a colored mun whose name we did not learn were badly hurt by the giving way of a windlass and block and tackle the pipe being lifted full on 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to Cfafles- V Drug Store r OTCtoHBR FRANKFOBT BOY HEARD FROM The following clipping tells its story of another Frankfort boys success 2cl Lieut W A Haycraft 44th infantry U S Vol has been ap pointed Captain of the Port and Inspector of Customs at Ornoc Isle of Lyte vice 1st Lieut Richard W Buchannon filth Infantry U S Vol to whom ho will receipt for all funds property and records DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will promptly heal the worst burns and oanbewith prompt and soothing effect diseascsRQ MoKeeHrtlleDont forget the grand free con ocrt and bargain festival Saturday night at LangdonCreasey Co llIt IPATHETIC We desire to tender the sympathy communitytotor of the jirst Baptist Church in IndianapolisInfallen upon him in the serious ill ness of his wife She has boon compelled to go tq Colorado to ro main as the only hope of life A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION sododynamite ortLife Pills which are gentle as a summer breeze do the work per constipationdrug store CURIOUS CENSUS FACTS Among the curious facts disclosed by the census returns are that the following counties show a smaller population than they had in 1890 Anderson Boone Bracken Frank lin Hancock Mason Mercer Owen Pendleton Powell and Warren Much to the surprise of every one r VersaillesShows After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never preventpneumonia accept substitute Nothing so good South Longmoor W Mc Kee Hardie I THANKS There are some of our subscribers Who appreciate our efforts to pub lish a clean and straightforward paper We received tho following on Friday from one of them St Louis Mo Nov 15 1000 Dear Mr Lewis Will you kind ly change the address of my Roufnd about I have been away from Frankfort about t n years and have found the Roundabout the best medium for keeping mo hometI would not be without it for any price Hoping you are all well I am Yours sfncerelyi We thank our friend for his kind ly words A GREAT MEDICINE I have used Chamberlans CollCjSCholera 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of the Kentucky river But for the hard work done by Judge Hord and others and the interest awakened in that matter in the minds of Con gressman Al this work now so rapidly drawing to completion would not have been und r takenIt may not be in appropriate to again call attention to the fact that all during the drouth just closed there was a plenty of water in our river to enable steamboats to run eyen when the smallest of them had difficulty in getting over the shallows in the Ohio river When the locks and dams are completed to Beattyville we will be able to have coal and lumber shipped here all the year round It Is well to know thatDeWitts Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and sto the pain at once It will cure eczema and skin diseases and ugly Wounds and sores It is a piles Counterfeits may be offered you See that you get the original DeWitts Witch LongmoorWo OBITUARY Died at is home near Bridge port James Daniel Riner after a brief illness of onlyfour weeks He was born on the 20th of 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friends He has gone to rest His home his friends his church have sustained a loss in his death that will be greatly felt Yet they sorrow not as those wjio have no hope To the God of all grace and comfort we commit and commend all the sorrowing friends and relatives and the griefstricken wife and little orphan children II Green be the turf above thee Friend of my better days None knew thee but to love thee None named thee but to praise GD H If you have ever seen a child in the ugony of croup you can realize how grateful mothers are for one Minute Cough Cure which gives relief as soon as it is administered It quickly cures coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles South Longmoor W McKee Hardie socrI gave a grand banquet and ball at the Y M 1 Hall on Monday night It was In honor of the tenth anniversary of the organization and was highly enjoyed by all present Torturing skin eruptions burns and sores are soothed at once by HazelSavepiles Beware of worthless coun terfeits South Longmoor W McKee Hardio J W Bryan of low 101 Ill WrItCfliMy little boy was very low with pneumonia Unknown to the doctor we gave him Foleys Honey and Tar The result molts magical and puzzled the doctor as it immediately stopped the racking cough and ho quickly recovered South Longmoor W McKee Hurdle N UIRL J A Head that throbs pains and aches or feels heavy stuf poorheadIt irritates the temper up sets the stomach interferes with digestion and wears out the brain and nerves strongthehead will be right Years of headache made me nerv ous irritable MilestNervineNothing equals it for overworked anqkindDavis Ind Ter Dr Mil- esNcfyine lates digestion and builds upnervous healthand strength Try a bottle guaranteeDr tad A WELCOME GUEST A little foreigner of very tender age reached Shelbyville Monday morning and while unknown to most people here his friends abroad especially in Scotland are numerous enough to have paid for several cablegrams announcing his safe arrival He is Master Robert Boyd 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