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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tr ii w a i J GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Adrtnit 1r r YOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER L 1900 ISO IZ 1j If THE GENERAL LAND LAWS i Tho annual report of Gov John Af G Brady of Alaska to the Secret try of the Interior urges Congressional legislation on the extension 4 iof the general laws to Alaska giv t ing the natives the same legal stat us as the whites and the represen tatlbn of Alaska by a delegate li t Congress The report says that n1 itCnpo Nome everything and every is pell moll there are several claimants for each town lots bead v claim and creek claim fully 2500 people waiting for the action of the court there Despite recent legislation of Con gross creating additional courts and a now code of laws tho whole southern coast from Unalaska to Yakntta is without protection Within this area the population is very considerable and property in terests will amount to millions of dollars Another court is urged to be established either at Valdez or Kodiak The Indian natives of Alaska are phafing under their present status and aspire to citizenship The governor says there should be equal rights and opportunities fox all in the territory HOW Td CURE CROUP- y Mr R Gray who lives near Amenia Duchess county N Y says Chamberlains Cough Rem POX is the best medicine I have ever used It is a fine childrens remedy for croup and never falls to cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven after the croupy cough has developed it will the attack This botItIehand reedy for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear For sale by J W Gayle druggist SERIOUSLY HURT JWe regrotto learn that Mr Jere Spaulding who lives on the South Side vas so unfortunate as to have the pate to the Hermitage distillery lot on Third street strike him as 0he passed out of the grounds on Sunday and throwing him down broke his leg in the thigh joint It deems that Mr Spaulding wits passing through the gate when a heavy gust of wind caught it forcing it back against him with the result above given iMr Sjmulling was serving as watchman at the disti11cr at the time of thC accidentV Ho was a bravo and gallant Con federate sold it r a member of tho I OrphaiT Jirigado aid his many friends will hear of his accident with great regret ueI Kodo Dyspepsia JD10eLts what you eat A North Missouri editor is re sponsible for this sublirne outburst Our heart swells up with grati tude and pur voice Is choked with I emotion like a muloy cow with aA turrifp in her throat The world is after all a happy one and wo gaze from the window of our editorial monastery at tlr sunkisBod land scape sweet visions of milk and honey humming birds and mo lassos brick cheese and ambrosial nectar dance bafor our astonished Vision like a calf before a circus procession ISast Saturday one of our subscribers came in and paid in cold cash and cold blood three and two years in advanooItroubled with catarrh of the lower bowel says 0 T Chisholm 411 Dearborn Avenue Chicago mid although I consulted several mni font physicians who prescribed for me I f remedies failed to in any way relieve me and tho trouble almost became chronic several months I ChnmberIlaInRemedy and I bog to assure you that I w is most agreeably star 7 prised to find after taking two doses remedy that I was of the disease that OfJthO mo 80 much trouble and I am thankful to not suffered iron It Gayldfb DOES ANYONE KNOW THEM We give below a notice asking Information about the Colt heirs Read the card and respond if you know about them Houston Texas Nov 23 1900 Dear SirI am looking for the heirs of Mary A Harriett am Emily A Colt They came to your State with their brother Daniel P Colt before 1835 He marridd arc went to Texas in 1835 leaving his sisters in your State Any informa tion will be received with thanks Yours truly- HENRY MALINGREN r SPLENDID ADDRESS Mr John L Amsdenof Versailles delivered splendid address at the Y M C A on Sunday afternoon His theme was Will It Pay tc Walk With God tend How Can Wi Walk With Him He handled the subject in a masterly manner II was strongyet tender and pathetic and was greatly enjoyed by a large number of gentlemen SNOW When our citizens awoke on Monday morning they found about two inch of snow covering the face of this ground and a keen wind blow jug It soon cleared off however and the snow vanished as quickly after the sun came out- ORGANIZED The now Democratic County Committee met on Monday morning last at the courthouse and organ ized by the election of Mr Fred L Gordonjjas Chairman and Mr Pat Newman sr Secretary JOE MULHATTON The celebrated J00 Mullmtton the most universally known and most unmitigated pervaricatofj has been sent to the Colorado insane asylum He had recently sold a gold mine which ho had owned some time for a largo sum He had been paid n largo proportion of time money and was wildly spending it DR HOLMBOE Has arrived in the oltinnd taken charge of tho Leon ard the dentist during hisxillnoss Dr Holmboo is from Maine and will be pleased fo meet all of Dr Leonards customers and guar antees satisfaction mall work he dOOR Call and seo him 1000 WORTH OF GOOD A H Thurness of Wills Creek Coal Co Buffalo 0 writes I have boon afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for yours passing gravel or stones with exorutlating pain Other medicines only gave relief After tacking Foleys Iviuney Cure time result was surprising A few doses started tho brick dust like fine stones etc and now I have no pain cross my kidneys and I fool like a now man Foleys Kidney Cure has done me 1000 worth of good Take no substitute South Long oor W McKee Hur die KIPLING TO WRITE FOR PUSSYS PURR One of Kiplings new I JustSo Stories which heis now writing for the Ladles Home Journal will ell How Pussy Got Her Purr th the same humorous vein the famous author will toll of another feline peculiarity How the Tiger Got His Stripes Kipling loves to write about animals and to interest children in his stories j but fond as he is of children he will lot write down to them Ho despises time twaddle which fills ao many books intended for their ntertalnmont and keeps fur away Join it in everything ho does with his pen consequently his stories nterest men anti women as well an delight children EDWIN ABBEYS PICTURE FOR AMERICANS Edwin Abbey has accepted n commission to draw a cover for the Ladles Home Journal Four ox Five years ago Mr Abbey filled a similar engagement and his pic ture was the admiration of the illustrators in this country and Europe Ho has promised hlmsol to excel even that effort in the comIpJimcntMr Abbeys pictures are so much in demand that it is difficult to got him to lay aside his brush for his pencil and most too it ratty be addedIMany perience of Mr Peter Sermon of North Stratford N H who says For years I suffered torture from chronic indigestion but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure amde a well man of me It digests what you eat and is a certain cure for dyspopsia and every form of stomach trouble It gives relief at once even in the worst cases and cant but do YOU good South Longirioor Iclee Hardie WI A NOVELETTE ON VIRGINIA LIFE BEFORE THE WAR Laura Spencer Porter a gifted Southern wlrtor has Just completed a serial in which she portrays girl lifo in the Old Dominion of the antebellum days Into her story she bits woven the social and domestic life of the Virginia entry pictured their fetes festivals courtships and marriages giving most interesting glimpses of the descendants of those patrician pioneers who settled on the James The serial has been secured by the Ladies Home Journal It will have early publication under the name ofIThose Days in Old VirginiaNow the time when croup and lung troubles rapidly fatal The only harmless remedy that porduces immediate results is One Cough Cure It is very pleasant to take and can be relied upon to quickly cure coughs colds and all lung diseases It will pro vent consumption South Long moor W McKee HnrdleIMISS MERING ZATION OF CRANFORD Marguerite Merington the well kfQw1 dramatist hits converted the famous Cranford story of Mrs Gaskells lntoa play for The Ladies Home Journal In the evolution she has boon remarkably successful in preserving the atmos phere of Cranford and of most convincingly reproducing the quiet life and the individual harmless peculiarities of the malden ladies und thn charms of their courtesy Hie play is for amateur presonta tion When time stomach is tired out it must have a rest but we cant liewithout food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat so that you can eat all the good food yon want while it Is restoring tho llgestivp organs to health It is time only preparation that digests ill kinds of food South Long moor W McKee Hardie- REELECTED At tho recent State Convention of the Bapitst Young Peoples Un- Ion hold at Lexington last week Rev M B Adam pastor of the- irst Baptist Church of this city was reelected President for the third time A well deserved enI lorsemontiThe person who disturbed longregation last Sunday by theI ng Is requested to call on W McKee Hardie and nmlllnrProf SL Froggo of this city managerforhich moots at Richmond Va ocembor 28 20 80 This is a compliment worthily b9stowed 7 WV Pjt J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL SAFFELLS i Staple and Fancy Groceries r China and Glassware Fine Wines and Whiskies t fir r We ask our city and country friends to ca11at 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods M Saffell SonL6 i bo Ellendale Commercial CollegeNar ng School for Boys and Young Men who wish to study Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short- Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic The college is located in one of the most honlthfnl and refined neighborhoods in Daviess cqunty remote from all temptations and distractions of city or s town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Reopens rf September 10 1900 J E Gardiner A M PresJaly 21smgCURDSVZLLE KY j rh ilf I 7f PERSONALS tfJrridayt Hon tam Ht Stone of Louis vile was horo this week 4MrToo LeCopmt i of Lotflngton spent Sunday ih this city Col Jas L Anspaugh of Belle i vuo was in the city this week Mr Goorgo L Shelby vile was in tho cityMils week Mr F Upton of Rochester N Y was a visitor hero this week Mr Chas E Tnlyor of Cincinnati was a visitor hero this week M9niMiss Mndg Bonnie of Louisville is tho guest of Miss Susie McHenry Rev P E Kavanaugh of Pols grove was here Thanksgiving Day i 17 S Senator Wm Lindsay left Sunday night for Washington City Miss lIar Hondrick Swigert is visiting Miss DoLong in Lexington Mr John L Ariisclen and wife 4p of Versailles spent Sunday in this city t Mr Jas TV Bailey and yifo of 0 Versailles spent Sunday in this city f andt1treside Misses Be nico and AJda Scottow t Thunksgfving lr Mrs M L Campbell returned 1 Friday from a visit to friends in Lexington fZMr J H Stuart visited his sis Mrs F S Tipton in Rich mond Sunday f Rev Wm Crowe jr is conducts lug a meeting at Washington Mason county Attorneys Bart Belcher jr and W H of Pikeville wore here this week Miss Nora Miller of this office spent Thanksgiving Day in George town and Lexington Mr George A Lewis of thfs office made a business trip to Southeast Kentucky this week t Rev Walter Vreeland of Florida WAS the guest of his brother Mr Hubert Vreeland Wednesday Mrs JasM Fetter of Louisivlle s who has been the guest of friends homerMrs Sam Settle ahd child of Louisville spent Thanksgiving with Mr J B Dryden and wifor r Mr Trevor H Whayno of the Louisville Trust and Safety Vault Co was a visitor hero this week Mrs Alma Zahner of Louisville who has been the guest of Mr E Carl Wolff and wife has returned home Col ltd H Elliptt commercial tourist ipr Cincinnati Cordage and i Paper Cf was in the city Wednesday Miss due Stone of Stamping Groun is the guest of Misses lla and Pattle Thomjison h Side rsJ Gray McLean and daugh Wi5or Miss Mareuerlto were guests of MB G L Willis in Shelbyville Thanksgiving Day Judge B L D Guffey and family will occupy the residence of Judge Holt corner Washington and Wrfp ping streets next week Mr Cabell B Bullock who has been assisting the Insurance Bureau for some months leaves for his home in Lexington today Mrs J S Crutchneld nee Pilk ington of Pittsburg Penn Is guest of her parents Mr A thoI ington and wife Shelby street Master Alex T Lwels Thanksgiving Day with his Broth er Master T Lewis at tho J30eCh1mtntMr Willoughby Bodamn of Lou Angeles Gal h s boon visiting his father Col Tom Rodman t rfor several weeks returned home on Monday Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshall and ChurJpp n returned Sat urday from a visit to hor parents Mr A K Marshall and wife in f Mason county Mr H Naxor who hits boon conducting n photograph ralldry on Main street has removed to Oar ttlino Ill and will make that vInce his home in future y T M Bnrboo of Southern Presbyterian Seminary at Louisville for Rev Wm Oorwe at the Southern Presbyterian Church Messrs Russell Baker Clarence MpDaniel John Meaghor1 Sum Hulott Misses Natalia M Daniel Ophelia Thomason spent Thanksgiving with Miss Mao Stone near Stamping Ground AT THE PEN i Tho Christian Endoi vorers of the State held a service at the local penitentiary Thanksgiving Day The exorcises wore and largely a verYinter08ungI oners wore given which they enjoyed hugely r SOHOOL NOTES Miss Wjtiltdhaad we are glad to see isipitUlc again at htnpbst of dutyMisti Wlard was sick two days during November First miss in lifeThe public school children of FnVnkfort cannot be excelled for gcnorosity They raised by pen nieB a few weeks agO liS17fol a llttlb sick boy Wednesday they brought basket full after basket full of good things as a thanksgiving Offering to poor little ones of our city God bless fchp school chit drone Wednesday in the High School the rending of the class journals took place with quite a dumber of visitors present The first years secoud years and third years or seniors each had quite a creditable journal While little jokes peculiar to such papers wore dealt in and enjoyed yet thought showing advancement was seen on every rage We ought to bo proud of our schools and visit them more Re member as you visit them how ever that you will see character iii all stages of development from the kindergarten through the grades to the senior class In the High School When you enter a manufacturing willjunder the fashioning hands of a skilled workman So each one bringIloned piece of timber and ask the to put the finishing touch on it at once without it going through all the preparatory steps to make it a useful article of furniture So it is just as unwise to ask your Superintendent or teacher to advance your child beyond its grade Every wide awake teacher is eagerly watching the childs development and will be too glad to prdperICURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn DIs youttoelllshumcdDo scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickljng Pain in the PainsIRun Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are impuritieslandB B Botunlca Blood Balm which makes the blood pure und rich B B B will cuuse the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 80 years Renders of the ROUNDAHOUT are advised to give B B a trial For sue druiTKisls ut 1 per large bottle six bottles full 5 Complete treatmentdirections bottle So sufferers wily test It trial bottle given away Write for It Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Gn Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given fiSJTFor Bale by McKee Hnrdl- e48iy 2 HOARSEN SS- IFORlpnl Ingerson of Hutton Ind SUNS ho not spoken a word above a whisper for months and mo bottle of Folcys Honey and Tar restored his voice It is used largely by speakers and singers Take no substitute South Lorig moor McKee Hiwdle YM C A Attorney Frank Chinn will give tho address to men at tho Y C A tomorrow afternoon at 880 oclock All who know Mr Chlnn know of his ability to say tho right thing at the right time land way Every man shpuld hour him tomorrow afternoon WANTEDTwo reliable traveling Bailsmen in each State permanent position salary and expenses ox perience not absolutely Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 2Omlq FOR SALE A splendid opportunity first class drugstore doing u good business1 a complete stock 8000 including Ixturqs and soda fountain Address 83 E Main strootv C E Hoborbart Madison Ind 21t Putnam Fadeless Dyfc Yollow is Absolutely fadeless to either sun light washing or bleaching and colors about twice as much goods as others 100 por package Sold by South Lqngmoor fih i The New Corset CORSETS The W B Erect Form Corset removes all pros sure from the chest and abdo men and throws the shoulders back into a fine military atti fortthecostumes The Erect Form is hygienic easy and shapely It is suitable for all figures and comes in all siz- esErect Formstyle 701 with 13 inch extra heavy front steel made of white and drab jean and black satin Full gored and bias cut with 13 inch front steel and made of imported diamond satin in all sizes Price 150 We also carry many otherI tyles and shapes Our are reasonable iGKagin Bro 41 ST CLAIR BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICEI No 41 at 9 in from St Louis fqr Kansas City and entire North west to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from Chicago and PeoriauThe Pacific ExBurlingtonNorthern pressFor Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains daily from St Louis or Chicago For St Paul Minneapolis line Northwest several trains daily from Chicago and St LouisIHrhe Finest Trains in the World11 Chicago tp St Paul and Minneapolis To Omaha Kansas City St Joseph two trains daily from St Louis or Chicago California excursions in through tourist sleepers personally con ducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday ovoningjalso from Chicago every Monday oyonjng the route is via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City The best line the best equipped trains in the Wost Write for matter descriptive of any contemplated journey through the West W M SHAW D P A 400 Vine St- Clnoinnati O L W WAKELEY Gon qss Agent St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager t tf St Louis Mo MJSTL33TOE BOUGH AND FARCE rTho ladies of Ascension Church Guild will give a rendition of the Mistl6too Bough about tho middle of January 1001 for tho benefit oVtho chapel fund It is hoped that there may bo at large attendance the exact date will be given later td Lwj 1 Go STAX 1 BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware I Paints Oils Glass Lime CerneJrft Meat Cutlets LosifcW Shells k Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove v Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Irprt hoofingrBarbed Wire Etc L Stagg f Street Dress eK Boots One of the handsomest and most desirable of the 1 Q special styles women this season is the PAT fJ ENT KID DRESS BOOT herewith shown The vamp foxing are of the Patent Kid most i t beautiful leather possible The sole of boot is of good walnug with fashionable wideo tc c iaworn Dressy Young Women p II PRICE 1ONE THE MANY STYLES I Ideal Patent Kid I II Heavy Hand Welt Sole- Extension Edge R IC Son SOL AGENTS I I r +KENTUCKYS GREATESTNEWSPAPER 4 of A N Heel YI Months I Kind Bears of at Prices k HOQE J vij e j for for and new the the tthe by if Low j i SEE THAT THIS IS II i t OU cant do It when it only you at the j rate of CENT A 4 J Great of the A for from the Child to the the to the 10 to 20 Pages Paper South RATES BY MAIL Year 300 lOne 200 D OF CASTOR A For Infants and Children You Havo Always Bought the- plgnatnro MILLINERY CUT SALEOur Stock MHIlaery Oreatly Reduced JOHNSON Bacon ue ualitynI I tl 30019P4VERY ltiSWELL MARKI I J McClure Iwithout especially costs ONE DAY THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST The Department iiPaper South Department Everybody Lawyerfrom Laborer Banker DailyBiggest lathe ONLYfThree Months fff I One Month 125I f rjlwill1I The N Thoroughbred jersey Cow For Sale f pIJ OFFER n thoroughbred Joraoy cow years F tI old with third calf fresh now for Perfectly gontlo uhild can milk Apply toIt IUOHAKD ING PIANO TUNING AND REPAIR Give your piano and organ work to JohnG Anus ho one of our citizens as any in the State Orders should with Dr Averlll Nov 2Jlm r J k J pJ Crt f t 111 vi ftiJ1 I J rJi r 4 Itrf1l L 1 fLr a FMd wfli mMJlJJ h6l L r jV M f SPECIAL SALE i j Cloaks Suits and tt fOf1 1 t I Separate Skirts at j V i r prices muck below the x y r 1regular figures 11 j ii 4 4 t I J i S O JOIlIISOI1 10 t Y o t t I11c I Vi w r c h r DEATHS J t trf LYLEAt the home of ho us bandon Saturday morning Mrs t Margaret R Lyle wife of Mr Joel Tt ILlye of Fayette county Mrs Lye was 71 years of age Her ttIiIt maiden name was Rowland cousin ofMr Russell Railey1 of Woodford fi county She was twice married her first husband being Mr Robert fFBass Some ten years since she l married to Mr Joel I Lyle k1i3 1 She was a life long member of the 9 Methodist Church 4She leaves a loving and devoted Vt husband four stepsons and a large relationship to mourn her death iI The funeral services were con ducted on Sunday afternoon by 11Rev J S Sims of the Hill Street rd Church Loxingtbu and the tremalns wore interred in the Lex tiAf ineton cemetery th1 fl t MATRIMONIAL J VREELAND CRUTCHER At- tt1t the home of the brides mother r r Mrs Lafe Orutcher in Woodford f1 county on Wednesday Mr Graham Ys Vreeland and Miss Annie Crutoher Were married by Rev Walter Vree land brother of the groom OUSHINGCOLEMAN A t the iJ Church of the Good Shepherd onIWednesday morning Mr Gushing jr of Louisville and Miss Mary Coleman were married by MajorPSPARKS0 nUT 0 HEn Au- f j nouncement has been made of the if marriage of Mr Wesley Sparks of Bourbon cuunty and Miss Birdie Crutchor daughter of Mr Y P l Crutoher of this county The hap f event will occur on Wednesday Srnt Dec 6th at 2 oclock p in at the home of the bride j Ic LEi flJS4XAre apt to overdo their strength The I rivalries of the road the com pauionship the exhilaration of the swift movement on the machine all tend to make a woman unconsciously overtax fit herself The results are often serious F and may affect the whole future of wife hood and motherhood woman who is conscious of fromratTain or any other cause S at once the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It promptly corrects all it female irregularity the drama r which are so and tones the nerYcius system It makes weak women strong and sick women well Iliad falling of in ternal organs and had to go to bed month had irregular monthly periods which some times last ten or twelve days writes Mrs L Hol mesor Coolspring St Uniontown Pa Had also Indigestion so bad that I could not eat anything hardly Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery cured me I took bottles of the Favorite Pre scri tion and one or the Golden Medical are coacitltDr fret All corre poedcnce private e Dr ft Pierce Buffalo NY The Seat of LifeIs in the nervous system the most delicate and important of the whole body When the nerves become weakened or diseased the headaches the circulation is retarded and the digestion is deranged Little things irritate the temper and worry the mind which only aggravates the disease until the whole sys tem breaks down and nervous prostration is followed by insanity or death Strengthen and buildup the rrerves and stop this downwardcourse before it is too late had a serious nervous affection which troubleher for a long time Her arms and leas would get numb and a peculiar stinging sensation would appear in her hands and fingers a great dealtas nothing the doctors gave seemed to do her anv the first few doses of Dr Mljes Nervine brought relief and in a few weeks she was as well and strong as ever J H RITCIIIE Oherryval Kans Dr Miles Nervinestrengthens the weakened nerves rests the tired brain giwts zest to the appetite and puts new vim and vigor into the whole system today to get new life Sold by druggists on guarantee DR MILES MEDICAL Co Elkhart Ind RUPERT OF HENTZAU In selecting Anthony Hopes thrilling romantic drama Rupert of Hentzaii for Mr Howard Goulds annual starring tour his manager Wallace Munro has chosen a vehicle particularly suited to the capabilities of this popular young actor IntiThe Prisonerspf Zonda Mr Gould achieved a reputation which put him in the front rank of romantic actors and vindi cated Mr Daniel Frohmans Judg ment in selecting him as Mr Southerns successor In the role This second Zenda romance offers oven opportunity for his un questionable sterling talents so those who have seen the first play will be especially anxious to witness his portrayal of the same char actor in Its sequel The production is the original one from Mr Daniel FrohmanH Lyceum Theatre and is up to the Frohman standard as to scenery costumes accessories and supporting company It will be soon at the Capital Theatre on Thursday Dee 0 and the inquiry for seats in advance indicates the interest aroused in Mr Goulds ap pearance in this stirring drama SERIOUS CUTTING On Wednesday afternoon a difficulty occurred in Craw between John Lumpkins hotter known as Doughbelly colored and William Quire a young white man in which Lumpkins cut Quire in the back making an ugly wound Lumpkins an exconvict who killed another colored boy and was sent up but pardoned by Gov Blown Quire was txMiave bean married Wednesday night bitt fcho wedding was postponed SUPERVISORS Judgo Dan Moore has appointed Jos L Rodman sr J noUttel baok Wash T Crutchor L G PennEzra Allison and Sam Cogges well as the County Board of Super visors They will meet at the courty house on the first Monday in tua jiry 1001 MUSICAL Some of the pupils belonging to the music class of Miss Giltner gave a recital on Wednesday after noon at the residence of Mr J C Mastin on which occasion the following program vas rendered- a Butterflies Win Fink- b Trust in AbsenceBaufelder- Miss Aubyn Ghinn a The Shepherds DroarnHelns- b Polonaise Lichnei Miss Maria Trabuey a Valse E flat Chopin- b Valse D flat Chopin Miss Annie Redd Polacca 1 I uhlan Miss Lucy Chinn a Song Without Words Mondelesohn b Sonata Mozart Miss Marie Mastin Valse Caprice Newland Miss Edith Simpson FOR PNEUMONIA Dr C J Bishop Agnew Mich says II have used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every case There is nothing so good South Longmoor W Mo IC eo a LECTURE The current events section of the Womans Club have a treat in store for the Frankfort people It is a lecture on Forest Reservations in Kentucky by Mrs Maury of Louis ville As chairman of the Arbor limo Committee of the High School Alumni Mrs Maury has done won ders for her native city anti at this time when the crying need for the preservation of our forost trees is so apparent her lecture will doubtless appeal to every one In our communityIt given at the chapel of Ascension Church on Monday December 10th r1 eight oclock null admission is roo- FOR RENT I otter for rent my farm containing about 200 acres located near well watered 50 acres pORseHliiongiven MRS HOLLER E THOMAS 12lm THE ROUNDABOUT z- i i ItiL d r1t THE PEOPLES PAPERv rfIIE ERyBODY TAKES IT k i EVERYBODY READS IT rt J f Subscription Only 1 Per Yea f t h Ll I un JoBDE 8 A 1 EN1Pf a BINDERY t Bilk Bwfci tl ill tods fotttu itp k MgnA iijlJ- ie art Old Btoki and Mono fcoai 11T WKk t tl W17iaM1IitiW r T1faiitoEtIouiaboU1 Entered at the pcwtofilce at Frankfort Ken- tuckyt secondclass mailablc matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub e FRANKFORT DE1 1900 j APIARY EXPERIMENTS It sometimes happens that in the spring there is nice weather for flight of bees but there is nothing from which they can gather nectar or pollen At such times it is the practice of some beekeepers to feed i some substitute for pollen Bees will work eagerly upon such substi tute so long as no natural pollen is to be had but when the genuine article is to be had the substitute will be utterly neglected Prof Gillette made experiments to see what substitute was preferred by the bees putting out a number of articles at the same time As nearly as could be determined i their preference was in the follow- ing1 order Ground whole kernels e of oats corn und wheat wheat bran ground over so as to be fine waste dust and chaff as taken from cleaners at flouring mill cottonseed meal wheat bran pea meal wheat flour rye flour bean meal barley meal They would hardly touch the last three so long as they could got the others The practical conclusion of all this is that which has heretofore been taught in these columns the beekeeper may take what substi tute is most convenient for him which in most cases will be the ground feed he is using for his horses or cows That can be used without any waste for when the bees have used out the fine parti cles the remainder cnn be fed to the four footed stock 1 STRENGTHENING TR ESIi Where a tree of with a largp top is sot out the roots are very liable to bo prevented from taking hold of tho ground in consequence of the working of the tree from side to side by the wind This can in a great measure be prevented by stablng the tree down To do this fit a leather collar around the trunk of the tree four or five feet above the ground go that the wires which are to be Rheumatism l Nobody knov all about it andnothing now known will 1S always cure it Doctors try Scotts Emul f enrthey think lm perfect 9jgestino food 1 You can do the same It mayor may not be caused if DV the failure of stomach and- Y bowels to do their work If it ij you will cure it ifnot vou will do noharm The way tp cure a disease is to stop its cause and help the body get back to its habit TvWhen Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does that it If cures when it dont it don- trcure It never does harm The genuine has this picture n it take rifother IfyOU have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise you aQoTx BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl iStK NYY SOC and shoo all druggists rd fastened to the tree will not in anyway hurt tiro bark At a distance of three or four foot from the linrto of tile tree drive the stakes lean lug at an angel from the tree Tore should be from four to six of the stakes set in a circle around carrythetighteningthem tension on each side A healthy tree that makes a good growth will not require any support after the second sensonJ L Irwin inJAgricultural Epitomist Help is needed at once when a neglectedcome serious and should be stopped at once One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures coughs colds and the worst oases of croup bron nndlungMcKee Hurdle Death is but a kind and welcome servant who unlocks with noise less hand lifes flowered circled door to show us to those we love Mourn not the living dead they who have passed from this to one of higher actiivty They who walk with us away from the sordid cares to things that perish ont they are not dead but they are dead whose aimless souls reflect no glory on their path Our Father waits to greet us beyond the sea of death where the waves break on the shore eternal He will come to bear us in his arms safQ to our home Dont use any of the counterfeits of DeWits Witch Hazel Salve Most of them are worthless or lia orlglnnlDeWittscertain cure for piles eczema cuts scalds burns sores and skin diseases South Longmoor McKee Hardie WI J1LECrRIC MOTOR CYCLE Germany gets the credit for the first bicycle fitted with an electric motor and It Is said to be partially selfcharging Motor Age describes the now machine as follows Supported within the front frame of the bicycle is a small electric oonIncctedof the seat msat tube On the same shaft is a small sprocket wheel over which runs a chain connect ing with a sprocket on the rear wheel hub There is also the usual bicycle sprocket and chain connecting between pedal shaft and rear wheel A Mover underneath the saddle allows the rider to throw the motor driven pulley on the seat mast In and out of engagement with the sprocket on the same shaft A storage battery hanging from the upper reach tube of the frame is furnished with the proper wire connections to the motor Descending hills therider throws the motor gear into engage most and the revolution of tlip motor armatur now being driven by the bicycle nets as a brake against the momentum of the machine and also causes the storage battery to bo charged with lively electromo tive power When the bottom of the hill is reached and theascent of the next grade begun the storage battery parts with Its accumulated energy the motor armature is whirled round and round and bicy ole and rider go merrily skimming up the incline So says the inven tor and he ought to know He lees not however The automobile and motor cycle have become important adjuncts to tho theatrical profession for adver tising purposes Advance agents are beginning to travel tho country on motor cycles and several barn storming companies have gaudily decorated machines which parade through the streets of the town the morning of the show and capture the natives One such machine owned by a jugglor has 1600 worth of silver filigree on it Tho most effective little liver EarlIRisersLongmoor W McKee Hardie An old maid has just died at Brockville Ind at the age of 85 who for 60 years kept herself en tirely apart from the world in pur suance of a resolution when sho was crossed in love Poor girl perhaps twas better thus She may have sawed herself a lifetime of trouble with a drunken husabnd and a house full of unruly children As St Paul WILE wont to remark they tliatmitrry do woll but they that imjrry tot do better 1 In the whole circle of clothingbusiness handled such perfectly made and such correctly tailored l Overcoats From the lining of the pockets to the cover of the velvet colar all and every thing shows the work o- fExpoilenood r WorklllB 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 we 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 50- 0HUDSONS r Corner Main and 51 jilair I0Vtr y CorkIAYLOk WHISKEYOf BOTTLED IN BOND THE I2YEKAQE WHISKEYS IS OF TUB PROopANNaa AS SACREDLY UAItANTEEO AS THE COIN OF THE REALM Of tlOIJ REPRESENTEDI P0R1LLUSTRATeD E H TAYLOR JR t SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY LEXINGTON BREWING CO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which in Quality and Flavor Are EQUAL TO ANY BEERMA6E IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort t Sept 2ly i JE1L i iIPatronize Home Institutions i THE J E M MILLING CO J Y s J N MILES Sec Treas b Aug 18ly f SS9S9SG SW3iS3S I Thos K Robb I nlture Piano and FurI Q and Done 1w ModCPhone No Sept 8am Cuv 1v w eeeeeee e0 GLAD HE WASNT HOME Though the Teuton loves his fatherland he Is sometimes very glad to be out of It as tho following story which I heard tho other day bears witness to The other clay n young Gorman a well known operatic singer mooting some com patriots In a west end cafe made a few dtsparanglng remarks about the Raiser Later ho sought quar ters In a hotel Early In the morn Ing he awoke and for the notice was puzzled as to his latitude Ho remembered that he hud said some thing uncharitable resppctlng Em perol William and got Into a condition of blue funk as IIP thought he was In for a year or two of Im prisonment for the offense of lose mnjoste Suddenly he heard the meeow of the milkman and ho jubilantly oxolalmed to himself Titanic Hln nSl I am snteI am in London Donnorwottor I fan cied I was in Berlinr THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD Is Banner Salvo It is made from n prescription by a widely known and positively Is the burnsisores and ILI1 skin diseases Thoro is nothing wI See r I How To is a recon the or gans It lathe latest aut tonic No other can it in It if dcures a Sour Nausea rA Sick all other results of n upon Residence Travel And Oc Paid lip Ualues uSIl I r5IE SEEkGer Kodol tt Dyspepsia J Itartiiciallydigestethefoodandatdsi strengthening Lstructlng exhausted digestive dlscovercddlgesv and preparation approach efficiency stantly relieves and permanently Flatulence Indigestion Headache imperfect digestion IsmallsizeBookallaboutdyspepsiamatledfr1e LONGMCOU HARPIR 18 lloEimitations patlonI PayabieiuUold Insurance 4I fANTE 1ANTe Cure GastralglaOrampsand ISOTfH important features t OF jIiUNION mutton tPolicies t iIOF LIFE INSURANCE IHCONTESTABILlTYX from ate of issue lII Grace int I Payments Ifdash Ualsts 4 Loan UllMtS 1IEvery one of these privileges is definite And clear Just how And ptalnlytoldexist as lo oles for misunderstanding but everything is explicitly set forth in vneoufvocal anJlCfSge A IIPOUOll8Pay Premiums tho MAINE NON FORFEITUIIE LAW without Lotion of tho JiPoUcyoholdnlicontlnu In the insuranco fora r i iIMnnnerl Docs it Pay to Buy Cheap IIA cheat remedy liar ooujrhsnnd colds is nil right hut vtul want seine thing that will relieve and cure the fmore severe und dangerous results of throat and lung troubles 1Yhat shall you do Go ton warmer and more r regular climate Yes if possible II ff i not possible for you then In either I case take the PNLY remedy that has jbeen introduced in all dvilhw coun tries with successinsevorothroatund llung German Syrup It not only heals and stim gerindiseasecauses easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try Jive bottle Becom many years by nil druggist9sin the world sale B r Holmes 4ly I tf tqi1 i i u ACCOMMODATING THE CROWDS Every largo city in which an Ex position is hold has Its own pocu liar problems to solvo in the way bl x caring for the vnstnumber of peo pIe who come to attend it To f house comfortably the great num ber of guests told afford them the t accommodations they need at prices F reasonable and just and to trans t port them to and from the grounds whore the Exposition is hold means a tremendous amount of study and r preparation The city of Buffalo where the a great iPan Amorioan Exposition is t to be hold next summer has been engaged for many months in the consideration of those problems in jhq various phases which they tmanifest The attendance at the 4 Exposition bids fair j to be nearly if not quite aslarge as that of the Worlds Fair at Chi cago for within a radius of fiOO fmilos of Buffalo there is a popula 1 tion of some 40000000 and if the Exposition is the brilliant success that it promises to be the greate portion of this population will want sixym to progress large number of conventions of var t ious societies areto meet in Buffalo between May 1st and November 1st of 1001 so that the e conventions off themselves will afford an attend ance at the Exposition of no small extent The various steam transJ portation lines and the Interna ji tional Traction Company which controls the trolley lines of Buffalo t and its vicinity are making exten- sived r preparations to handle tho great traffic and the people of V Buffalo are busily at work on the lc problem of accommodating the guests who may be expected during the summer and fall of 1901 The International Traction Company is expending 8000000 in tho im- provementJ and extension of its lines The railroads are also show tr ing energy In the matter of addin to their torimnal facilities c 4number of large hotels are bein- r erected in Buffalo in anticipation i thet increased demalHkfor hotel l accommodations can season Several large apart ment houses are to be transformed into hotels for the Exposition season In some cases otllce build ings are to be used also Tho famous Hotel Iroquois has added three stories to its height and made other extensive Improvements All t TREACHBW A persis tent cough is I at first a Ifriend for it gives warn ing of the ap proach of a deadly ene my Heed the warning before it is too late be yourlungs come in flamed be i fore the Consumptlon signal first appears help nature with j AYQT4ei V orayourlungs deepindeadlyblowyour cough today reliefAcure complete coldSicecomtlcAl for older cues Pebtoralthe affeotlonsIcertainly beats them alt LuMNEyDeoNY WrHe tlte D4s4rr cmnpialntwhateverand doetertreelyply AddrenDn Mail over the city proprietors of boarding houses and private househohlprs are increasing the accommodations of their houses and homes so as to be able to take obarders and lodgers during the Exposition season and thus increase the accommodations capable of being provided in this way by many thousands of rooms Speaking of the problem which Buffalo has on its hands the Re view of that city says Betides tho rooms provided InI the regular hotels besides the accommodations of the boarding houses and private homes where FanAmerican guests will be enter tamed for n consideration there must be temporary structures to serve the purposes of hotels or buildings remodeled for that purpose To have enough of these and not too many is tho problem To have too many would be to leave useless property in tha market after the Eposltion is over and this would tend to create the very con dition of things it is desirable to avoid a condition which has some times followed the holding of expo sitions but which Buffalo hopes to escape The Review notes with satisfaction in this connection tho state ment that certain structures which have been used for business purposes but which have been to a large extent untenanted for some time are to be fitted up for hotel purposes during the Exposition After the Exposition is over can be used for business purposesI again In this way it stems to us lies the solution of this problem In this way accommodations may be provided for the overflow from the existing hotels without large investment of capital investments which might or might not be Justi EXIpositionbuildings of this kind in Buffalo ternIpornry ifgAfcom forts They can do without the frills and in an exposition year they will scarc3ly expect them but they will demand the comforts and conveniences of the hotel and ex pect to pay for them Buffalo should endeavor to meet this demand to the fullest possible degree Although the problem of handling the crowds will of course be an exceedingly difficult one the pros poets are that it will be satisfactorily solved Persons who con template attending need not fear that there will be any special dUn empty in their obtaining accommo datlons during their stay which will bo comfortable and convenient atprices within this roach of their means and Reasonable and just in view of the extraordinary demand for such accommodations A POWDER MILL EXPLOSION Removes everything in sight so do drastic mineral pills but both are mighty dangerous Dont dynamite the plicate machinery of your body with calomel croton oil or aloes pills when Dr Kings Now Life Pills which are gentle as a summer breeze do the work per oonstipatlondrug store Rupert of Hontzau1 a sequel to Anthony Hopes famed Prisoner of Zenda will be seen here short ly presented by a company of care fully selected players headed by that popular romantic star Mr Howard Gould The production will bo identical in every detail with the original Now York suc cess at Daniel FrohmaVs Lyceum Theatre This In itself should moan a guarantee of excellence SALESMEN WANTED Traveling salesmen wanted for next year Experience not abso lutely necessary Good permanent position For full particulars ad dress Pocahontas Tobacco Works Co Bedford City Virginia 121n THE BEST PLASTER- A ploco of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame back or pains in to side or chest give it u trial and sire certain to be more than pleased with he prompt relief which it Pain Balm also cures rhoumUtlsni One applica lion gives relief For sale by Jl WGayle druggist l 1I J IIJ r FINE COURSE OF LECTURES The ladies of tho Improvement Committee of the Methodist Church have secured three of the finest lecturers now on tho platform who will lecture in this city at the fol lowing times and on the themes given below Hon Alf Taylor exCongress man brpther of exGov Bob on Monday evening December 8d sub ject Poetry and Pearls These lecture will be given in the Ball Room of the Capital Hotel Ticket for reserved seats 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 entertainmenthelping a good cause td Mr Howard Gould known for his success in Anthony Hopes great dramatization of The Prisoner of Zenda will shortly be seen here in another Hope play Rupert Hentzau Mr Goulds impersonation of the dual role of Rudolf and the king is a perform ance remarkable for artistic concep tion and rendition For scenic environment costuming and detail the production is up to the high standard of all Daniel Frohmans previous successes and the cast Is said to be one of exceptional merit IYou cant afford to risk your life by allowing a trough or cold to develop into pneumonia or con sumption One Minute Cough Cure will cure throat and lung troubles prepnrationknown specific for lagrippo It is an infal ChildrenlikeSouth Longmoor W McKee Har die LOCATES HERE Mr Howard Marrs of Danville a graduate of the Louisville College of Pharmacy has accpeted a posi tion with the LeCopmteGaylo Drug Co of this city We welcome the young man among us A cold cough or la grippe can be nipped in the bud with a dose LongmoorTarBewareW McKee Hardie IThe scenic embellishment of dramatic productions has- been carried to an extreme that would iseem extravagant were it not that the public has grown to demand such perfection of detail In time production of Rupert of Hentzau which is to be seen in this city during the present season this scenic extravagance Is given striking illustration The closing particularjistion and striking in effect Mr Howard Gould as Rudolph and jRassendyll duplicates his phenomo- nul hitof The Prisoner of Zenda ICAS8 Xy Bean Slguaturo bTts GIVE HORSES TIME TO EAT Horses should havo at least 75 minutes for each meal If they finish eating in less time as they probably will nothing will bo lost by giving them a few moments quiet rest and digestion will be bitter It it is well under way be fjro the animals begin work Fif teen or twenty minutes longer given the horses at meals will be more than made up by quicker and more vigorous action in tho field The horse that has 75 minutes for meals can and will do mores workI than the horso that has minutes Rural World IfrBtItiCOUGH SYRUP CoughsSore GrIppe Pneumonia and nil severe lung affections consumption Take warn ng Act at once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup ft doctors prescription used over 60 years only 20 cents Insist on having it Dont be im posed upon Refuse the dealers not as good as DrBulls Salvation cures Rheumatism Aches and Pains Q3 tta SOUTHERN RfllUfty IN KENTUCKY Cendinitd Sobedile tIt ray 20 1100 NO NO 6 N r745pmArAr Larencebg Ocoam C28pm 045pm pmArNo 0 NO 2 tLv Lexington 730am 436pm 615am Ar Versailles 766am LOZpm 633am Ar Larcncebg 820am 580pnl 563am Ar Snelbyvllle 010am tmepm O3Oata Ar Loulsvllla io40am 740pm 760am XA8TBOUND WXSTBOUIfD NO 13 No 111 U toopm 746atn v 62Bpm 1000am Lv TATINOI2INO 715pm 1048am T30pmlOS6 Ar usrHowro waraoUND No 15tNo67i STATION Na IflLltNo 1400pm 745am Lr Loulsvll Ar loom 740pm 815paat47pea710pm 1110am Lv 790am 840pm 740pm 1150am Ar Qeorgtn Lv 700am 310pm VZSTBOUKD NoCtNo e rrrATrozs Non 0 tNo i746am 400pm Lousvi Ar 1040am 740pm 50Zp1lOOam1158pm 830pm Ar Rlenmnd Lv 006am 810pm 106pm Ar Irvine Lv 165pm STATIONS Nat No i 74f1pnaArAr Knoxvlllo 700pm 745am 11OpDlArAr Jacksonville 95am Lv Chattanooga tlOItpm 65am- Ar Atlanta 10apm 1lIOam Ar Macon 1255am 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am 1000pm Lv Chattanooga tl10pm a4Sam Ar Birmingham IdOSpra 1145am 030pmArNo through sleeping car Louisville to nlr ngham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 free observation chaircar LouUvllla LexIngtonNo observation chair car Lexington U Louisville No eleepin csr Birmingham to Loulivllle via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Burgln dally Between Versailles and Georgetown No II and dally Nos elandd8dallyexceptSunday- Between Versailles NIcholasvillo Richmond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally rSG ANNON3d VPfcOM J M COIPT M Washington D Q Washington DQ- wAjraiiKapA WMHTATIOBAG Washington D a Louisville Ky C A 0 TIME TABLE 1SOUTH IINo PM 1L816 620 911 619 Sbelbyville 1001 7011 Ar Loalsvllle 1100 8JC NORTH NO22J M M Louisville 880aSheloyvllla 928 700 Frankfort 1018 740 inLexingtou 1116 84C L N trains to Louisville aud way stations 550 a m L 1 trains to Louisville and way stations 037 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 304 pm 0 O trains to Louisville 909 a mO O trains to Louisville 613 p mL N trains to Lexington and way stations 950 a m L N trains to Lexington and way stations 437 p m Louisville Frankfort Accommo dation arrives 642 p m C O trains east 1018 a m 0 C trains east 740 p m A V RITE Agent li ri TIME TABLE SOUTH No19 A31 Iv Lexington r 00 Midway a SB 300 Frankfort 304 9d7 650 Chrlstluusburg 340 1017 632 Kinlmuctv 358 luaS 641 Lagrange 125 1105 710 rbolsgr 458 ai 745 ir Louisville 525 1206 810 011TH NOIGj IAM 1jAM iLouisville 2 f0 720 410 Anciionigw 237 765 444 Luijraiuw 314 820 523 Eminence 340 853 547 Cllrtstlllll burg 1402 912 606 yronuiurt 4S5 90 641 jinway 1507 1025 r Lexington 5rfO 1059 Wholesale and Retail I have opened up the largest stock of groc eries in the city which I will sell at rock bot tom prices Give me a call before buying 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SCOTTOW DNuaata v and W klskeyliabiU cured at bora without vain Book of r IIII Iir4 p mr1KMYlLlrlltWJLJMYIOIIutO lYco61t THE FAVORITE LINE FROM 1 jyLOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining Cars und 1IWagner Palace Drawing Room ro Sleepers For tickets rates nnd gen call information by prospective pas t sengers to all the vast including CALIFORNIA Frnnk J Reed G P A C H Rockwell Traffic Mgr r W H MDoel P G M i AddressE H Bacon D P A Louisville K- yBur1ingtonBoute BEST TRAINS TO KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACIFIC s COAST UTAH WASH d INGTON OMAHA ST PAUL NEBRASKA BLACK HILLS VIA ST LOUIS OR CHICAGO t Vestibuled Trains Sleepers Dining Cars Chair Cars Seals Free ft t11M F M BUGO Tray Passr Agt St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOIl Pnss3AgtigStLLouisMei L W ofThe Henderson Route 1 BEST LINE BETWEEN fLouisville Evansville St Louis r And all Points West Northwest Jt arid Southwest double dailY hrutii1ng threoTho only line with highdtrains to without change nnd parlor car The directcoachesback doublo dally tu ins Louis runningto St and Pu1NNJef ff I Ii informtlon ttcall on A dress B L BRYANT T PAL J 1t J IRWIN G P A Lonlsvillo K j tXIN TON EASTERN RY 14 LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1290 i riiEASTMILES Dally Ex Sun Daily ixo4 I 1Po Ly Lexington 6 Montroso 2 Avon 2 50 F 8 I Wyandotte F 2 67 F81T t 20 Wlnchtfoter n 8 80T j2l Mistlutpe FU15 8 L B Junction 8 22 845f80 Indian Melds F883 F 9 Clay city 8 60 0 18 4i Stanton W 9 25 Rotwlyn a F4 F 0 50 FilHon 4 F 9 86 Dundee 480 F 9 47 Bridge F a 0 54 58 Gloncalrn F OC8 62 Torrent 49 08 6i Fincastle F P10 i0 Junction 5 29 BeattyvlUe Lv 50 00 B G t Ar 5 iPFlggi- U n LvSt Helens 5 Tnllega F 5 F10 8 Athol 643 Oak nlo F560F1103 ro Elkntnwa 07F11 ZS Ar Jackson 615 1180 WEST BOUND IMiIE8 Ex Sun Daily M Lv Jnclcson 025 2 Elkntnwn 083F283 Onkdalo F040F249 82 Athol 60 117 M F 8 tSHolons 71S F 818 i0 Bent Junction 26 8 Boottyvillo B Lv 700 SOt O Ar 7 60 540 Lv incnst1oWF183F88962 Qloncliiirn F757F860 57 Natural Bridge P 8 03 401 65 Dundee 8 50 Fiteon 8 1410iRosslyn F820F425 8 80 Cay City 8 80 83 Indian Fields 859F454 L E Junction 0 10 6 08 Mistletoe 923F516 Winchester 9 5 20 Wyandotte EII 49 F I 83 Avon 949F540 0 Montroso F968F660 0 Ar Lexington 8 05 Royal Flouring Mills MANUFACTURERS lou al Shipjstuff orii r Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 26ly s ik in RELIOl ASCENSION EPISCOPALCHURCH Rev R L MoBeady rectorHoly Communion and sermon at a m- Mprning prayer at 9 a m I prayer and sermon at 780 p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible at 945 n m- Wednesday evening prayer and Lesson at 780 To all these services the puqllc Are cordially Invited Seats freeI BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M 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 a 045 a m Special classes for Young men Young Peoples Sooiety will met At 680p m in the chapel Seats free and all ar cordially in Ylted CHRISIIURCH Rev Geo the actor having re- turnotlrfrom Lextngtbnwill preach atvti a m and 780 p m Christian Endeavor 646leaderI meetMn the chapel at Robert Giunm Topic Spending Time and Taking Pains for Junior Endeavor Society mpets at 880 Iw the chapel Pragermeeting Wednesday night- at What Must I do to be aThe wetpublic will be cordially comed to these pecially strangers in cityees THE FREE CHRISTIAN CHAP ELWEST SIDEPreaching every Sunday evening by some one of the Sundayschool at 280 Prayermeeting Thursday evening at 780 CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 7 On m High mass 10 a in Vespers Jit 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McClusky 4 D D the pastor hay ing returned from Germany will preachQt 11 a m and 780 p m school afc 945 a m t Young oles Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets In the Sunday school room at 645 p m t Prayermeeting Wednesday oven at 780 Annual Thanksgiving service at Hilm on Thursday The pulbic cordially invited rMETHODIST CHURCH Rev aJ B Savage the pastor will nt 11 a m and 780 p m r 1 Sundayschool meets at 980 a mIEpworth League In m- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 7 iThet public cordially invited to att- endt yd SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor being away conducting a there will be no services Sundayschool at UOO a in Protracted will continue throughout tho week at 780 p m each evening fx Peoples Society of ChrIs tian Endeavor meets at 645 pm To all these meetings the public IB cordially Invited i Mr Darsles meeting at the Broadway Christian Ltx closed Thursday night after continuing a little over two weeks fl between forty and fifty Additions to the membershipj d GQP Gene s in Variety Its a pleasure to show goods when theres lots of them to show- S lberts store has a goods that can not be equalled for quantity choiceness in variety best quality latest style goods If you do notbuy from us you can not know of the advantages we offer nor the completeness of our stock If you are looking for a Watch a Diamond or anything in Jewelry Sil verware Qr Cut Glass it will be a good time to try us Your needs for the next few weeks for Holiday and Wedding Presents we haVe a stock which will supply your every wantI HI FL SELtBET RELIABLE JEWELERS IP SWe are showing a nay pattern in Sterling Silver aThe Newlimry i i s fr i CONCER1OFTHE GIVEN JANUARY 24 1901 Subscription for tidkets have already commenced and it is hoped that nil Frankfort pebple will sub scribe to the enteprrise There will be two artists at this concert as well as an entirely new and popular program by the orchestra The price has been fixed at 50c all over the house gallery 25o which places it within reach of all to take in the pvent which cannot help materially to uplift the musical standard and ftvsto of our city Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health because they thought their kidney disease KidneyCurecoirat ed and disconsolate Take no other South Longmoor W MceeK Hardie DEATH OF COMMISSIONER WILSON It was a sad surprise to those who knew him as we did to learn that Col Qeo W Wilson U S Revenueion ton City Col Wilson was only some 57 years of ago and was a stalwart gentlemnnI he tho en civil war earning a commission by bin gallentry in action He entered the revenue serivce as a gauger and made a splendid officer being promoted first to Deputy Collector Revenue Agent Deputy Commissioner and finally Commissioner of Internal Revenue Ho was so highly thought of and his knowledge of revenue law and matters pertaining to it that ho was retained as Deputy Commissioner all through President Clevelands second term although a strong Re pulbican He was a w irmhearted and gun ial gentleman winning friends where ever ho was known The funeral took place on Wed nesday aTTd the remains were taken to Hamilton Ohio his old home for Interment He left a wife but no children to mourn his untimely death When you need a soothing anti healing antiseptic application for any mirposo use the original De WitfcH Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and skit diseases It heals sores without leaviiigi scar Beware of counter feits Longmoor W Mc Keo Hardlo STATESMAN DEAD U S Senator Cushmiin K Davis of Minnesota died on Tuesday at his home in St Paul He was mah of fine ability and great legal attainments He was chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations and was peculiarly fitted for the position by his vast knowledge of diplomatic affairs Cold and cough + Les are num erous abut the one that leads all others In merit Is Foleys Honey and Tar which is in great WIMcKee I tv PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCE MENT KENTUCKY EDUCA TIONAL ASSOCIATION Office of the President Newport October 15 1900 Dear friendThe Kentucky Edu cational Association will hold Its next meeting inthe city of Louis ivlle Dec 26 27 28 1000 The K E A represents all of the educational forces of the State ami should have the cooperation of the friends of education evgrywhere 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 speoial road and hotel rates will be made laterPlease announce the meeting at educational gatherings and elsewhere and arrange to be with us Lgt us work together for the good of the youth of Kentucky Very truly J MS DOWNES Pros ALFRED LIVINGSTON Secy Somerset Kentucky THE ALF TAYLOR LECTURE Those who braved the elements Tuesday night and heard Hon Alfred R Taylor lecture at the Merrill Institute wore well repaid for isjbrother of Gov Bob Taylor but ho needs no such refernces Many consider him as brilliant a man as his distinguished brother and certainly ho is highly entertaining He has an easy flow of language and paints some word pictures as pretty as any ever listened toPlne Bluff Commercial H Goon Christmas Suggestion One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christmas gift is the latest Cyco Bearing Bissell sweeper How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic lire and what a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfactionR erS Sons dec 1ly i J1 When you fecit tIlt life is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone up f your liver and regulate your bowels making you feel like a new man For sale by J W Gayle For Sale A first class byeicle 09 model Rambler Is offered for sale Apply at this office tl t Gas Stoves For Sale Two BtpvcH suitable for bath rooms or other smnllapartmenteforsale cheap Apply at office Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Everything for orchard lawn and garden Trees million fruit fcrest and ornamental vines small fruits and everything needed about the home coun or No agents and rocli bottom to the planter Catalogue application 10H P HirhENMKYKii LEXINGTON Ky CERTIFICATES LOST SPRING STATION Sept 8th To Whom It Concern Having lost certificate No reprcsentin shares of stock and ci rtlflcnt No WH representing threo shares of stock in the Fn Kentucky on oa before two month from I shall stk salt bunk to issue me new certificates for saia stock lost and I call on nil persons to n ow cause whjeuch certificates slxnll not be isnnnu 22m A J ALEXANDER Question Answered Yes August Flower still hns the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers HPH your grand mothers never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or- hlllousneii Doctors were scnrr and they seldom heard of appendicitis nervous prostration or heart failure etc They used AuJtu Flower to clean out the system mind stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stim ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and had with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothlnir serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4 ly A VILLAGE BLACKSMITH SAVED HIS LITTLESONS LIFE Mr H H Black the wellknown village blncksmithnt Grahamsville Sullivan county N Y says Our little son five years old has always been subject to croup and tad have tho attacks been that we have 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 tho 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 ifi no danger in giving this remedy for 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 DeWitts Little Early Risers are dainty little pills but they never to cleanse the liver remove ob syeItem J For Sale A new style doublesent and 4vitine younir horse for sale cheap tApply at this till p r The COAST LlNb to MACKINAW J TAKE THE if Y ftTOMACKINAO i r 2NewSteeJPassengcrSteamera The Greatest Perfection attained In B at IPumlahlCOflFORT SPEED AND SAFETY BOWIIN Toledo Detroit and Mackinac PETOSKEY THEsoo MARQUETTE J LOW RATES to 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Cure time only hnvmloaa t remedy that produces Immediate Jresults It Is for coughs tcolds croup and all throat and y lung troubles It will prevent con pj1foKDr Cadys CoHdltfeR Fewtierg are just what a horse needs when in bad fpondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food Itmedicine the best in use to ahorse in primo condition Price M cents per package For sale by J W Gayle ands LeCompte 8f Gayle Co Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digaits what you sit n J 1 1 i r it J n 1i w ILi f b t l t1 l It iJ 1t nnW HI fritjl1 r f HON E H TAYLOR JHrI qtIXra candidate f Sate Senator from this District subject to 1 k the action 0 of the DemocratIc party rt thoRoundttlbut ELECTION STATISTICS The results of the N6vemberelee tlon In Franklin county show some Interesting foots as compared with the census returns the election of last year The election compart son Is iintle on the vote for Gover yearS1890 shows a total r population in tho county and city 4combined of 21407 nhd in 1000 a total population of 201862a de crease In tent years of 416 Tho total vote In tho city and r County in the Presidential election Iof 1802the largest polled from 189C to 1892 was 8477 and this year it J was 4704 Whilst the population J Of the county has therefore de creased 415 the vote has increased l8li In 1D00 the total vote in the city of Frankfort was 1884 and in Frank lin county outside thin city it was i 2960 The population of the city is 8487 and of the county outside the City Is 11805 The ratio of votes in the city according to the population was GU7 therefore in the city one vote for ttYefy population and In the county outside tho city the I ratio was 883 The accepted ratio 4rof a legitimate vote under ordinary conditions is one for overy five ojf population there0 The next comparison may indi cate where the responsibility may Trost as to tho remarkablo increase of votes as compared with population No proper comparison can be made ra J 0Of the Republican city voto of this r t year with last year because except t in the Courthouse and Capital Hotel arid Bellopoint precincts no gener J al reception of the Republican vote t vafl had In Voglers prWinot 2G IJ votes wore uncounted in Gas Souse 50 in the bridge 42 ballots wore burned and inGainos Stable preoinot the doors wore closed jvnd j the hopper ground out its grist iVo finny add however that the ck vote in tho city this year only exceeded that of last year by 62 votes x r The following is the Democratic veto ln Franklin county for Governor outside the city for the tj r years 188U nl1llOOth Precincts lSOO iDOO 3 Crutchers Scho61housoh2 14S Forks Elkhorn 188 128 Swlteer 122 147 143Mnd Ylfeworkis1iaidworkwithoutGo1dDttsJ r I i Wisking Willow Furniture and f Wicker Clnir rJJ IY Wicker chair soon become tolled but they be cleaned to look like new with i l Gold Dust Was ng Powder M4 ware water UM a scrubbing brush when wabr becwnes A letot tolled get Imht follow dr1Icaa Milked but must be wiped dry quickly V abort tree UOUUWORltfzMoQhqll K PAWJUNK Mr l at hobo- t BloomingtonT6 r 91 Peaks Mill 115 150 Swallowfleld 88 9- 0Elmvlllo 91 114 Benson 08 125 Har eland 93 12- FlntCreek J07 142 Bald Knob 9412iJ Baileys Mill A7 155 Bridgeport 182 200 Cedar Run 74 05 XJtterbacks 00 61 83 f Totals v 1078 2Q72 The increaso in the Democratic vote is as follows Cru toilers 20 Swltzer 25 Thorn Hill 81 Bloom ington 21 Peaks Mill 44 Swallow field 8 Elmville 23 Benson 27 Harvieland20 Flat Creek 85 Bald Knob 29 Baileys Mill 68 Bridgeport 24 Cedar Run 21 Utterbacks 22 Total 41- 4Decrease In the Democratic vote Forks Elkhorn 15 The following was the Republican vote for Governor in 1899 and 1900 in the county precincts outside the city Precincts18W 1000 Crutchers Schoolhouse 171 160 Forkll Elkhorn 67 85 Switzer 8 48 Thorn Hill 162 80 Bloomington f 20 88 Peaks Mill 63 Swallowfleld 81 86 ElmVllle 60 62 Benson GSI Harvieland 26 88 Flat Creek 23 80 Bald Knob 0 10 Baileys Mill 2 1 Bridgeport v 00 45 49 Cedar Run 71 67 Utterbacks 27 40 Total 782 888 It may be seen at a glance that the large increase in the Democratic vote cannot come from Republican losses as there is a slight gain in the Republican vote in almost every The deciding vote in each pre cinct as to the reception of voles was of course Democratic A most remarkable and unpre ceden ted fact was the return from Swltor precinct under turo of the officers of a full precinct vote for Hall and ORear as Appel lato Judges when no such vote was cast undo this county not being in the 7th Appellate district no such names wore on tho ballots I At Peaks Mill precinct ono judge and the clerk loft tho polling phico and went to the house of a sick Democrat to receive his vote At Baileys Mill a voters ballot lens opened to see as alleged how lie had voted VINPEX idlAPITAti THEATRE OBOHE TEA CONCERTv Th6 concert given by the CIpltnll Tlioatre Orchestra on Mondr night was firstclass ontertiiii ment in every way The singing of Miss Klnrer and Mr VanDorvei was exquisite and heartily onjoyc by every ono presont We regret exceedingly to lonrn that tho attendance was insull clont to pay the expenses Thoontortalnhtent was so fine that It deserved n fall house Thei aro certainly enqugli musiclovln people in this city to make a pood concert such ns this was a ilnar cial as well as a musical success THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leap Louisville 746 am daily archLexington 10BO a in Chattanooga 5fiO p in nrrive Atlanta 1025 p in arrive Joel sonvillo 880 a in Equally n8 good schedule returning train leaving Louisville 745 p m has through connections and sleeping ear service arriving Jack sonville 10 p in next evening Southern Railway In ponnectio with the Queen Crescent Houte- is the only line with 24 hour ule between Louisville and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jacksor points In South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florid and the States also to and Porto Rico via Southern Railway- Information 230 Fourth Avenue Louisville A Whedon Passenge AgentW A TURK Gen Pass Agent- Washington D C WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky- MUSTERED OUT The Acting Governor has ordered through his Adjutant General the Louisville Legion or First Regiment Kentucky National Guard mustered out of tho service Lieut Co Jouett Henry of Hopkinsvlll- es appointed the mustering officer Thus the great city of Louisville Is to be left without military protection and for what THANKSGIVING DAY Thanksgiving day was generally bserved In this city The banks mblic offices and business house were closed the latter In the afternoon Union services were held by th Christian Baptist Methodist am Southern Presbyterian congrega Mona at the First Baptist Church Rev George Darsio preaching the sermon toa large congregation lervlces wore also held lit the Cath oUc Eplsopal and First Presbyeto Ian Churches at which there were gOod audiences Everybody thou rep lred to their thanksgiving dinners of turkey etc Collections were taken up for the poor at all the services SERIOUS CUTTING Two boys Carr white and Win pliomas colored were playlij narbles on Thanksgiving day whoa they disagreed and Carr cut lhomns with a knifciinrtho brews and stomach the gash being some six or eight inches long It Is eared Thomas will die DISCHARGE FOUND Qn Thursday morning discharge rom the United States Army for George Horton musician was found ut the postofllco in this city The owner cap have same by call lug at ho drug store 01Drl W Jaylo corner Ann nnd being Identified Goo A Points Upper Snnd sky Ohio writes I have beon using ploys Honey aiid Tar for hcmrso nOSH and flhd it is tho best remedy It stopped thQ cough Immediately Illd relieved all soreness South Longinqor W McKee Harcllo OUT AGAIN We wore glad to see our old and slued friend County Assessor W H Hawkins in our ofllocbon Wed esday Billy is getting I around Icoly notwithstanding his recent nngorous Illness Everybody likes 1m and will be glad to learn of his recoyeryj wINCHESTFACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS RIL tJ t ile- mPeisdnttota1ce i Laxative r fY I SfrupJ t r I f w J NATURES CURE FOR GON flPA TIONt1 AskjYour Doctor tr1 ii And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels when minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines rLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in will bring- about a complete cure ridding you of such symptomsas Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousnessn Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do n e it better than any other you have triedPALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf rII1II IIIJ BE3T 14ti GRU ERIES AND LIUUORS AT LOWEST IC SiJOHNEROLL T t1 J J VISIT NOAHS RK- vi i f tt1 iAnd let us supply your wants inccqlJ d TIP 6hiuai6Iasswarcf v Toysi c i1 From an entirely new stock Lowest priqes f consistent with goods of t J BEST QUfiLITB 1I Je At tr189 Ann Street t Next Door C GlIyles 1 ti i Drug Store ti J fi Jo f 4 f fi AJ I rI i rii rco toi cIiJ J igf t L WT i J J tr fContinuedDIARY OF JUDGE LYSANDER HORD Wednesday Jrn 29 i Slept a little late wrote a paper membersjburn to represent Kentucky before House Committee on Commerce As I went up to Wlllards mot Gen John S Williams S natorele t from Kentucky to next Co ngress and R C Wintorsrnlth Told Williams my business Ho said he was with me Vlntersmith said I must cqme to Ebbett House to see himtiI took paper I had written to Capital not finding Turner or Blackburn in their scats sent in my card to Durham Ho came out showed him the paper said ho lid not like to take thelend that Turn er ought to lead it and I told him Turner was by the paper one of the Committee appointed and there fore did not like to go around soliciting names of other members Still Durham declined then to sign 5 Saw Blackburn showed him tho paper He said tielrig Chairman of two important committees he had not time to act on committee pf Kentucky delegation At his stance his name tf rlice i out and I suggested Boone whose name he inserted in place of his own 0t1histo get other names At night wont to Willards saw Turner who said he had gotten the names of all our members whom he had seen Searched the register of all the hotels in Washington to find put Where Gen Williams was Found him at Riggs House told him of all my troubles with Kentucky delegation He expressed his surprise He agreed to give ma all theaid in his power agreed to go with me to see Reagan Wrote long letters to my wife and W J Chinn today telling all my troubles went to bed slept but little- Thursday January 80 Got up early wont to Bigg house to sop Williams found him unwell and in bed had still further talc with him about getting our delegation to aid me Intended toI t him to go with me to see Reagan but he was not ready to go then Got a CourierJournal of January 29 The editorial on Ken i tucky rivet improvements and the duty of our delogatlqn to push it gaye me great comfortand encour ftjenionfc being a response to my letter to Watterson of 25th Went to Capital saw Blackburn He wrote a note to Reagan asking if he could give us a hearing tomorrow morn Ing Stood In gallery of House awhile and went to Senate Sent imy card In to McCreery He came out told him I wanted an Introduction to Senator Wilson of Mln f nesota He went in brought him out and introduced me to him I told him lie was one of the men I v wanted to see before I went home I told him my business Showed him article in CourierJournal as to resources of Kentucky river y Said it was a matter of importance and he would do what he could I complimented his speech of last session on waterways and asked him for copies Ho said the edition was exhausted Wrote to J P thankingShim Th3 afternoon of this day was un profitable After supper went up to fWillards to see Turner before t ting there heard the firing of cannon and a band of music Was told it was in honor of the arrival of Matt CarponterSenatorcleot from Wisconsin He had stopped at Wll lards and an immense crowd stood In thq street in front of hotel Carp an ter appeared upon the balcony which was covered with the 44S national flag was addressed by ant old greyheaded man named Clapp a zealous Republican who had for many years the profltalbe Job of printing the Congressional Globe and Record Clapp spoke on behalf of the citizens of Washington and time Republican p irty Made a Very fulsome and senseless address in which he expressed great gratification that Carpenter had r announced himself for the great t military President Grant as the Republican candidate in 1880 Car penter responded with no great eloquence or force as I thought 1 He made no allusion to Grant I thought his silence significant Failed to find Turner Went to Riggs House to see Williams he 2was not there Went to 711 I street to find Blackburn He was not in Returned to Willards to find Turner did not find him Re turned to my room having walked I suppose 2 miles and being much fatiguedFriday January 81 A good days work J think Got up and breakfasted and left hotel at 815 went up to National Hotel sent to Reagans room ho not being upj a note to know when his committee would hear us about Ky river He sent back note that at 10 oclock that morning we should te heard Went on up to Willards to notify Turner ho not up sent note informing him of hearing at 10 and requesting him to notify Willis and Boone Went on up to Riggs House to notify Williams he not up sent my card requesting to see him at once As soon as dressed ho came down J told him of meeting he said he would go came on back to Wil lards saw Turner He told ine Willis boarded at Riggs House Didnt know this before Went back to Biggs and Turner started to Boones boarding house Willis not in Came back to Wiilafcfsv Turner had noti fied Boone We went down to Na ImrtleslTumerised como Boone came and heITurner anti myself got on street and went to Capital and into com mittee room Found Hubbell of Michigan on committee I was intro uced to him Reagan came inland afterwards Ray of Missouri Also introduced to him After BlnckIbnrnthen Beck We had a talk among ourselves agreed to ask 500000 and take what we could get Beck spoke first somewhat by his former course embarrassedI ment appropriation committee concluded to go on he asked for Kentucky what she was entitled to Blackburn spoke next speaking generally of our contribu tions by taxes and our asking noth ing Turner wont more into details as to appropriations our taxes and resoursos of Kentucky river saying we ought to have a million but spokeIcoal iron salt and lumber to be developed by the improvement Blackburn came to me after his remarks and excused himself as ho had to bo in Potter Comitteo but said ho would stay if I said so I told him it was not necessary Beck left after his remarks Turner Williams Boone and myself bowed out of room ami left I returned to my room by 12 oclock and wrote letter to Craddock Then went to Capital hoping opportunity of resting and seeing pro ceedings of Congress On getting on floor of House in the hall met Turner who requested me to have box of cannel coal sent from Ken tucky as specimen Carried from library in basement where he branded it by mistake t and distri buted 1 bushel to each member of House Committee on Commerce who are boarding in different parts of city A considerable Job He gave me a card to Librarian and said the coal was In basement under Senate Chamber Wont into basement and found coal and librarian He told me to geB express company who brought it there to move it tolling me where their offieo was J went to express office and after a tsonsiderable taUt he lot me know they could not handle it as they had made ono delivery of it Re furred to a private oxprassoalled Knoxs Express and gave me its location went there and left order for Its being brought to that office Pennsyljvaniamight not be able to move it- today Went to Capital again at 280 p m Saw nothing going on to interest me came back and wrote to Craddock giving a mOTe oiicour aging outlook Wrote to Col Berry thanking him for editorial in Cin flggsHouHcfind him Came back to Willards and sent up for Turner Showed Iflm Craddocks letter Wqnt back to Riggs House aVid showed Wil liams scone letter WJllJnms has worked hard for us since ho come I am also under many obligations to John Chiles of Mt Stolringwho its an experienced lobbyist has given mo much practical common sense advice in management of our members By his advicowont and saw Durhanyand Clark found them built 19 yield and prom It I ising to assist Came back at 1045 wrote letter to my wire saying I could not start home before Monday Saturday February 1st Went to Willards 880 a in did not see Turner had not come down went to Rig s House sent my card to room of Willis reported not in had dining room examined was not found had my card put on his plate at breakfast table did not get to see him Found Williams eating breakfast when done he theIand Clark was much gratified Wo talked of contest between Hays and Conkling He agreed with me that as Hays was in the right it was the duty of the Democrats to support him Came by Knox Express Office found can nel coal there did not find Turner at Willards us I returned Came onto my room wrote long letter to Craddock acknowledging receipt of his letter of 27th to Beck and of 28th and 29th to me and fully explaining situation Went to Capital called out Durham told him I saw in the Post of this morning that subcom mittee of Commerce would report the river mind harbor bill to full committee on Monday Showed vizlsee our appropriation put in the bill He excused himself saying he was busy etc Sent in my card to Turner and Clark neither in tho House Hunted up Williams told him about Durham He said Dur ham hud that morning told him he had had talk with Clark and Mc Kenzie thought them all right and would be no difficulty Came back to Washington House Williams with me wrote to Watterson that Williams and I thought there would bo no trouble if our members dIp what they promised urged him to continue his attack on our mem bers About 6 went to postofflce and thence to Willards after some time saw Turner ha said he thought t we could do nothing that Reagan was right but Kenna and Hubbell were wrong Konna he said was fearful that if anything was given Kentucky it would be taken from West Virginia that Hubbell was a Republican from Michigan and did not want south to have anything That Informa tion made me very sad Went to Ebbett House saw Williams toldI him whitt Turner said Williams thought Turner did not know Went to see Clarke he was not in came to my room feeling verybadlyCon eluded In tho morning to see Judge Harlan anti tell him my troubles and try get him to operate on Hub bell through Judge Miller of Iowa of U S Supreme Court Sunday February 2dcMorning bright and clear with a sharp wosjtwlnd At 740 went to Riggs to consult Williams He was not there Loft my card saying I would be buck at 9 oclock Went to Ebbott House to see if he was not there not there scat my card to R C Wintorsmith who was utI breakfast Williams npt there and he had not seen him this morning Determinacy to go to Judge Hun lans was Invited into his study told hint I was in trouble and want ed his aid Stated the whole case und my difficulty as follows viz That Subcommittee of House Com mittee on Commeroe who had the preparing of river and harbor bill was composed of Reagan of Texas as Chairman of whole committee Hubbell of Michigan and Kenna of West Virginia That Reagan and Kenna wore Democrats and Hubbell a Republican That we had no trouble with Reagan but it was said Kenna would oppose ap propriation to Kentucky river as it would be taken he feared from his six West Virginia rivers that had herotofote received near two millions pf dollars while Kentucky had received notihng He said he did not think he knew Hubbell I suggested that Judge Miller of U S Supreme Court from Iowa and to whom he had previously introduced me might operate on Hubbell as Miller once lived in Kentucky on Kentucky irver He replied Miller had just gone with some of his family to Texas I presented in strong terms tho emergency that this subcommittee It was announced would report to full committee tomorrow Monday and trio Umo far notion was Jihqrt KenItuokinn I t Frankfort Cincinnati RailwayiTHE MIDLAND ROUTE LOOAL TIME TABLE In Effect October Sth 1B99 II NoP34txd PlusIINo1 Dally Exceut 1I1I1y1 FrankfortA Arl 1120 710 I9ill f Lyiiio StedmuritOjVn t t 1107 658 135 401 710 fl49 340 155 410 720 stainpIrndtlround 1060 689MIl i3 205 416 726 Duvall 1043 a32 810 t 215 45H 731 626 tRt23U 428 740 Geontetorvn1432 620 300 433 08 n 1028 617 760 i = 448 a07 NewiovTii 963 603 = r 5655In510 ass ArPurlsOJv 930 C40 connects with L NIconnects with iconnects with Ky centrnL J Between Frankfort and Cincinnati tPM PM H l 7109no585 760 thAriom 616 4 660 720 1005 ArClnclnnlltl 400IJA WE HAYEJust received sprhe of the best grades of Kanawha Coal for domestic purposes and would be pleased to take orders from any one desiring to lay in their r winter supply nowwl1jle it is fresh and clean and dry V J We send you nothing but the very best we can buy 1ayingentire satisfaction in every particular Main office Black Hoges old stand Telephones East Ten nessee No 7 Frankfort Exchange No7 Branch FrankfortTelephone wheatinwheat to sell will do well to see us before sellingJ Hoge Coal and Feed Company Black Hoges Old Stand W r Frankfort and the deep Interest all his kindred and friends in Frankfort eltin tho improvement of Kentucky river and begged his assistance We got the Con gressional Directory I gave him names of members of Commerce Committee He looked over them said he knew Hunter of Indiana and might have been introduced to Hubbell He said liewould make it his business to see Hubbell and Hunter this evening This greatly encouraged me I Introduced the matter of difficulty between Senator Conlking and President Hays Told him Hays was right that Arthur and his subordinates in custom house at Now York were a set scoundrels and Hays had sent to Senate a manly message to Con and wanted honesty and fidelity In the custom house und every Democrat ought to sustain him That I had a conversation with our Senatorelect Williams d was t J find him all fight bn that CJues1 tloa He said our Senators face and JJcCreory had been sustaining Hays In his fight with ConklIng I left him well pleased with my ReturnIingJournal and Cincinnati Enquirer of yesterday Russ Richardson of Chicago came to Washington House and I had a talk with him Had met him at Willards last night About 4 oclock went up to Riggfc House to consult with Wil liams told wlnit I had done with Judge Halran Willaims told mel he was out when I had called this morning that he had by invitation breakfasted with Beck op Capital hill and had a full talk with Beck who laid about made up his mind to- go in and get what he could for Kentucky and give up his opposl tidh to river and harbor bills Wil liams and I had a long talk about State and National affairs We are both for Blackburn for Governor and think J 0 Underwood a very wean man Both think Jo Black burn getting much spoiled and that it would be bettor to elect Ewing of Ohio for Speaker than to have Kelly of Pennsylvania wjjo was a Republican but would got vote of Greenback members over any Democrat unless it wits a roan like Ewing for whom they Were willing to vote as the Green backers would hold time balance of power in the House Came back by Willards Turner not In Saw John Chiles who told mo not to bo discouraged by any thing Turner AxNo2 Pass r No4 Puss said but to keep pushing our dele ThatKennatacky members for their opposition heretoforecold Chiles is a man of practical sense and good judge of human nature He said if I left here the whole thing would drop While at Wilhtrds sent my card to Miller i saw him for first time he being out on two preivous calls Had a- very satisfactory talk with hitou He Is all right and promised tq see1 some of members of committee To bo continued I BEAUTIFUL ExKENTUOKY t GIRL WEDS JI We clip tho following from ai Ii Kansas City piper of recd lt date 1 The young lady who was married Is a Srrnn of tho m11rcounty She is a cousin of Mr R K McClure Mrs J N Orutoher and of the editor of this paper A pretty wedding of last week LBohnnnon atIA D Madeira of Independence Mo performed the ceremony bride was in almond Ilhe traveling gown of brown t and carried an pinkyrosesofAmerican t chrysanthemums and palms Only near relatives and a few intimatewere present After the serving of refreshments cbouquetfor an extended trip toChlcngoI WwIlltho first of December Idt a 1 PNEUMONIA PREVENTED Among the tons of tliousands ChamborlainsCough la glrppe during tho past tow year j to our knowledgenot a singlecuiso has in flies uiventieClmioago 1speakimmg Reinedfornot only gives prompt aria oompleteIrecovery but so any tendency of la grippe to result iff pneuomnin t or by J wiGayle druggist it r ti j