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TIlE BAMFORT ROUNDABOUT Ij i OTO ALEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEYOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdvanW ffl MIt ity Te fbMmvlntf extract Is fl from a letter written by W HI 1I Dad mug on n the 10th U Infantry a former Iontucklnrt nand twell known In Frankfort his former home stationed at Tugnr r gras Philippine Islands to his frl old friend Rev Jmm s Vernon of Nkholnsville Knowing you fondues for the roil and pun I have more flian once wfshed for yoW fir lightf it ain J pfttiitip hip In some Ofmy pjpivsuroi ably exploits In then pagjtine LvV Aruy t inacU ai titip Joe tlifcl Caraliulln MoimVvina about 85 milo from the suriOT 1 w 1nti Eelrttrue rivhrgrlum Cf to qu li quauilom fend AgnlntiUUn n ingono nfteniooi is we rodo along orofobfEl1counted 42 door frljrVorncl from their ilftMTOon riosmtstmy our pres ence Now If HmtiriHnv weroJ5een ant counted when not hunting for thorn yen m r y bo justified In forming an elul omto opinion of wha1 could bfl found sshould ono hunt them efttfpfnlly I killed fiomV very fine backon the trip but only vlrit was wanted for our men Irnee unbred n very dangerous a customer In a Oaraboji bull who after bring wounded Instmd of going oli qjvnxo stralirhtj for mo If you have never had amadand wounded bull as wild as nature grows them with head down bol lotvin like thunder shaking his lurid anti those prettt yardlike horns comlngstralght foryotiand n j place to oiter refuge aghln his anor nothing for protection save the instrument that first caused hU rage I need hardly attempt a description of the seem Tho only companion I hue forsook me jit tho eleventh hour leaving me to my own skill and the tender mercy of God which thelattor I can proudly say has never forsaken me how ever lark some hours have beEn I waited until he was within ten feet of me a I knew full w4l amiss for me meant a hit for him and taking the best aim I could let drive 1hn fall missed his head but plowed a furrow down his neck almost as wide as my hand and shattered the shoulder throwing him on the wounded side at my feef where another slot mare for 1 innately placed finished his career f He must have tipped the beam at between lCCO nnd 2CCO pounds and V had Horns that would put to shame the largest Texas steer They are symmetrical beautifully so fully three and onehalf feet each sUck and almost black Wild buars wolves and smaller game are here in abundance the mountain streams offer wh11eI sport with rod and reel shooting a95 model rifle and think it is the best rifle mach shoots tnT okeless powder f e tier cuposnicklo or soft lead ball and uses thi KragJorgeiison army cartridge It has a I Jt velocity of 2000 feet per second nI point blank range 0850 yarcls is without elovi tion of time leaf sight will penetrate inches of wood at 16 feet from the muzzle or onehalf inch solid stool plato at 200 cuproniodeIis fully three miles and the danger fond scarcely loss so you can see it is a powerfal weapon I After the fight at San Ildofonso i fell back of the company with unarmed hospital corps looking for the wounded J Ojl suddenly set upon by six i vyho lull hidden lirm oovoiWl Van thill while our force passod on jpand after they had passed out ofI sight I happening along an Idea shuck them no doubt It would hon good joke toe gobble mo up and I slip out time book way but they reckoned without their host I Jiad Iktumbled the loadorovor with a shot h at nearly lifted his entire skull t then I felt tho wind of a ball 7i the rhrht arm of a second This took the wind out of their sails and they throw down their rifles crying Viva Americano and I marched thom ahead and turned thqm over to thocomamnd ing officer As a token of apprecia tion for my act he gave mo the rifle of the one J hud killed which I have and shall keep asit trophy and slight compensation for the big end of my heart I bit off when I first saw the condition thcon fronted menot n pleasant quo I lean assure yon for to wyoborin taken prisoner under1 the rctl1js- tanceS meant to he put to mentli n never carry my rifle whenever I left the post with ja single exception and that wjis 9teiHQdJJhothe 10th of last August Wo wont up in the aihbulancc nnd as wo were going to a chinoh celebration we curried only lour revolvers foolish fellows and on our way back were ambushed while y mI Ug the Angofrlvgr Wo jummWotU into the water waist deon ai mado for them four officers witn pistols against twenty naked savages armed with Mauser nnd Ron Ington rifles But our grit and charge took tho spunk out of thorn and when within two foot of their tiouoh they fled Not Cll1Qof us was hit nor under the circum stances do I think any of Jhom wore Had I my rifle I could easily have killed one for every car tridge In the magazinesix- To show that tho goqd Godls still my protector one big fellow a big burly black savage stood up and as I was the leader he singled me out and three separate and dis tinct times leveled his rifle fairly at my chest but each time it snapped He was in command and no doubt with tho noise that prevailed and In his excitement thought his gang was firing j at not being able to split me asunder he must have thought I bore a ohnrm d life as I kept coming and the strain became so great they decided it best to leave those parts In their ignorance they believe In charmed lives and I know almost for a certainty that this fellow thought I bore Unit jir6B5ctIcTncTf tho charmed eirolo 6f the Church of Borne or Rome other as great I am determined to never leave my rifle al home again for proIa coward from tin assault Had wo adopted any other means of defense than we did of goIng straight at them it would have meant death for all of us Last week theeomamndingofficcjr delpnrtmentmaking tour of iij speotlon The natives determined thoIQolook in the morning Wednes day One of our spies gavenis tho tip and at midnight the command ing officer moved out of his house About daylight they came about three hundred of them though not over onethird of them were armed We had posted a guard of about twenty men within a hedge twenty yards from the house The natives made ti rush for the house and onco in our men opened up on the house As our rifles will shoot through a stone house this ripshack made no defense or protection Wo had such a small garrison that yo wore not able to surround the house or we would have captured the whole outfit When the smoke cleared away nod we counted losses we found 41 dead and nearly a hun fired woundod besides those that yero carried away and able to gob themselves It was such di8 moj failure they would not attack for love or money I wish you could send me your measure to me to have some white duckWits made to ordqr I wear jK i i town for 8 pensuit It only costs fivecci1ts to have them laundried so one can afford to put on a clean slit every morning Shoes for and hats for the same pride jl have abut that I prize very highly It is what is called aYhatmade from the finest bamboo and resqmbllng much the genuine panama Th are made at only one placeon the Island a little town called BaMariy ahd cost 30or 10 posocs dqtial to about 15 or20 Ingold It takes fully three months to make one They will not weigh over an ounce r and tan be folded and put In your vest pot kot and last forever iThe one I havti is avery fine oneIand was presented to Agulnaldo by some admlrlngfrlond at Uallany It was captured from him last fall by Capt Wl E Dnme of the 84th U S Vol at the same thno Dame captured his wife son mind all their household effects At the same time he captured the dies and some of time stumps used by the Filipino Government As these dies vere destroyed und hence no more stumps can bo made these I havq a111 OJlt jla bpQpmo veif val iftj oXInrhpUUpnt0 jienf I have a number of relics that will particularly Interest you and when Iconic homo I am going to have you see them if I have to comp to NIcholasvlllo to show them I send you a picture of some of tho savages we has o4to deal with These firs the very worst they are headhunters deriving their nom de plume from the fact that they behead every victim they kill bear his head to their chief as a reward for which he gives them tho right to marry or if mar nod to take unto thomfcqlves another wife Ifsodisposed The more wives one has the richer he Is considered and roally is as the poor wife is thQ beast of all burdens While her lord and master spends his time in hunting fishing loafing or looking formore victims You will notice two U S Army officers in the picture The front inohesltheld tmters are not very tall up and down but very tall wide out as the German puts it At rightyouknives are something like a cornj 1helbladeinches and 2 to 2fr feet long The total weight of handle blade and all will often renph five or six pound thus giving the weapon weight one good stroke of which will sever a leg or an arm bdne ahd ajl Their dther weapons are bows and arr9ys which they can shoot with suffi cient force to pass through an ox They use a steel pointed lance also a grdat deal and can do wonderful exequtlon with it 1000 WORTH OF GOODI A H Thurness of Wills Creek Coal Co Buffalo 0 wrJtesu I have boon afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing gravel or stones with excrutiating pain Other medicines only gave relief After taking Foleys Kidney Cure the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones etc ahd now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man Foleys Kidney Cure hits done me 1000 worth of good Take hq substitute South LongmoorW McKee Har die WATCH OUT I1110re are finoak thieves around now who are visiting coal houses to obtain tel On Friday night a nogrq man entered the coal house of Mr Thos J Jott Third street and was arranging to carry off a supply of coal when a member of the family heard him and started to investigate when tho darkey abandoned his plunder and fled andklomtdKodol psis CpreIDlMits what you ft SAFFELLSJ Staple and FaIncy Groceries- r China and Glassware Fine Wines andjtt tt Wliiskies If = W We ask our city and country friends tp call at 212 t f 1Ann Street and inspect bur goo lsI fern h JM SaffolISonR 1 gat 11 ArlJiOfAi ir AFA n6e r rvr Ellendale Corn mere al 10 CoHegeNar ng School for Boys and Young Men 11 who wish to study iIBookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic r The college is located in one of tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods in Daviesa county Vcmoto from all temptations and distractions of orrtown Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free Re opens September 10 1900 11 J E Gardiner A M PreS July 2lCm CURDSVILLE KY STOP I Come In and see our stock of House Furnishings Beds 150 and up Iron Beds 275 and up Sideboards 950 and up C Tables 100 and up Ext Tables 350 and up Gee ft Stehlin Furniture and Carpets MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KV PERSONALS t s 4 Mr A Club 4th ulHnlPiil Scar trry or the local YM O A1 nrtfJrpfiKpQ thn Lrx Ingtnn Y M C A on Similar s Mrs W P Twin ands n nrr visiting rtlntlvo nt Stfimhml Coin on Lrpn1VmodrerfTtteroguests Turtirn A TCnlllnp Biirnnin rntiuwfl nRlohmondMrs Goo W Long of Lltohflphl Was tnw cupat of b sister Mrs W WLoim moor this week Mr TSihvl Tvnpln who nt n llnp the Thpnloirlnl inlnnrv nt Dnnvlllp same home for Thnnksjrlvlnir Tiny and Tnndo nn nnpmprlnte and pointed nddress at the Y Mr C A on Sunday afternoon Mips Franns Wolff spent Sunday with relatives In Lexington Jndgrt GPO DuRpllR tyentx Thanks ivng Diy at Louisville Miss H1pn MoOlre who has hppn HodgesinMrs H W Alexander of Fnyptte county was the oupst nf her father Mr 17 T Hughes this week dnuJthterMls8guests of Mrs Martha French Steele street this week a Mrs B M Buckniastor ot Lexington BugkroasterLittle Miss Clara OConner visited friends in Lexington on Sunday HubertVeerlatt county Sunday WBBIlereMr John H McKenzie of Versailles was here Monday thecityofVerUleBJCofatt of Fresno Cal In the city Monday Mrs S L FroKge who has been in returnedhOlfIoMr Jas A Murray wife and children f wlektorside in the future vIsitedtrtnInjependentTobnoco on Monday looking after the interests of his house CovlngtonMr W H Newholl jr of Louisville withhtheIi Miss Nellie Fellmer spent this week with friends in Louisville Mr Stewart Bent of New York who has been visiting his cousin Mr F W Keyes In this city left yesterday for home Mrs Frank H Johnson of Shelby street will give a reception in honor of Mrs Manry or Louisville on Monday night Mrs Maury will lecture before the Womans Club at the Parrish House of the Ascension Church Mr John 0 Mayse has one to New York City to make his home for the future Mr N B Hays of Pinevlllp was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals tbls week Mrs C FuRnzzl has returned from a two weeks visit to friends in Cincinnati Mr Geo H Stohlln and wife attended the wedding of a brother of Mrs Stohlln In Louisville on Wednesday Govr W O Bradley was in the 4lty on Wednesday and called to see us Miss Freddie WfllRenhurgh who was the guest of Mrs Wm Rennlok In Lex ington last week has returned home Mrs Win Lindsay and Mrs S J Holmes left Wednesday for Washington City Mr Frank Chirm left Wednesday night for New York City on legalbusiness- Tulle T H Pnynter and wife visited their duiightHr Mrs M K Yonts in Greenville last week Miss Battle Taylor and Mrs McEwan returned Tuesday from Louisville Mr J B Chpnanlt and family have returned from Maysville and Bops to housekeeping in the bouse of Mr C P cI Cbenault South Side Miss Janle Dehoney has returned from a visit to friends in Meson county J MlsffRosP Crlttenden visited friends in Lexington Saturday Mr Geo A Lewis of this office mute n Business trip to Mt Sterling on Thurs day Hon W J Hendrick former Attorney General but now of New York City was hero Thusdoy 1Mr Price Taylor Louis Mo was the guest of his mother Mrs H B Taylor this week Mr J B Vernon wife and son of LouUvllle who have bOOn guests of Mr W H Jeffries and wife returned home on Saturday Mr Rht A Hambloton of Buffalo NY was n visitor here this week Messrs W C Lutkemler and Jere Cor bett nuvo returned from French Llok SpringsjMr D R Shlpp jailer of Woodford county was city Monday for the first time in twenty years Mrs J S Crutobfleld nee Pilkington of Plttuburg Penn who has been the guest of her Mr A Pilkington and has returned home Mr W H made a business to Louisville on ThursdayIMiss Esther Burnam in the guest of Miss Annfl Wallace In Vor allles Miss Lou Pattlo was called to Rich mend yesterday hy death of her iBeph wi Oldhnm fx t Ji entertfirslutrnWOII1Qnisenerry Finest InyiT figs only lOc pound LnngdonOrnt BEAU Tl FUJr 30tSXL Y Wlirn passing down St Clair stroot recently our attention was attracted to ttio splendid lisp sy of holiday goods at Jowolry store of M A Selbort On going Insido we found the glowinhwithsteel beautifully carved pilvenvare diamonds watches clocks um brellas in factjilmost every thing that you could call for in such an establishment was there in attrite the display Selberts are uptodate merchants and they know how to what suits their trade and to set ouiftheir stock attractively Whey sell as lw as any flrstclass house can do and are thoroughly reliable with it allGive them a call before their stock is picked over Mammys baking powder pound cnn 4c Saturday Dec 8 at LangdonCreasy Co 18lt PEA RIDGE Pea Ridge school closes next everybodyknowsscholars are in an agony of doubt whether to attend the ast day or go to inauguration Miss Etta Allison our popular young teacher has taught a most gainedthepupils We tfee her leave the dis trict with much regret The people of Choateville and vicinity have formed a very pretty guild and are working to gether for the benefit of the church They should be encouraged by all the older church members for they are c artainly better thus than in running to dances etcIMr Ben Wilson gavo a bush whacking which vas well attended justicedoneMr Barney Lacefield was the guest Lacefleld Satur day night and SundayrThe infant son of Mr Oran Clip per as been quite sick Mr Frank Stoops and wife were the guests of Miss Winifred Edge Thanksgiving day On Wednesday November 28 Mr Willie Quire and Miss Florence Aubrey were married from the resi of the brides father Mr John Aubrey We wish them all the happiness possible to mortals DIedOn Thanksgiving morning Mrs Cynthia Stucker the loved wife of Mr Joseph Stucker and daughter of Mr Lewis Tracy She leaves two little children to mourn their irreparable loss Frankfort is always interesting This is especially true on countyI court day A certain visited what is known as Jockey Row last Monday nosy realizes the impressive language and truth of the poet fortThe hide full of bones that they sold him Was aI hose that was soundI wnrraltedI It was lies every word told him And that he very soon found SCRIBE SCRABBLE All who have had samllpox are able to be about We are glad to report that there are no new cases and hope there will not be There are three new book argent In this community Frank Stivers T D WoodRand Mr Woodard We wish all with success The funeral of Mr J C Moore was preached at Lebanon last Sun day A large crowd attended He was a man who is missed by all Mr J B Moore and son were in town Monday last on business Mr Morgan Moore and his son Forrest wore In town Saturday night and Sunday the guests of Mr Joe Moore of that pJnceIThe Shelby county primary elec tion over and some of the worst beat candidates you ever saw Never mind there is Franklin behir1dMrville last Saturday Mr Sheloy of Oldlam county was in this community buying calves Does any body know where ho could be accommodated as there are no calves for sale here ECHO Now raisins only lOo per Saturday Doc 8 at Lang don Cronsy I It i fh ie j1n b JtJli CORSETS The W B Erect Form Corsetremoves all pres sure from the chest men and throws the shouldersi back into a fine military atti t tude It is a proper model for the new straight front styles in costumes The Erect Form is hygienic easy arid 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 satine Erect Form style 702 Full gored and cut with 13 inch front steel and made of imported diamond satine in all sizes Price 150 We also carry many other styles and shapes Our prices are reasonable CKagInBra 41 ST CLAIR BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 0 tom from St Louis for Kansas city and entire North west to Pugot Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from Chicago and PeoriaThe BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains orChJcagoFor Northwest several trains daily from Chicago and St LouisIThe Finest Trains in the World Chi cage to St Paul and Minneapolis To Om a ha Kansas City St Joe eph two trains daily from St Louis or ChicagoICalifornia excursions in through tourist sleepers personally conducted from St Louis and every Wednesday evenlngnlso from Chicago every Monday evening the route is via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City The best line the best equipped trains in the West Write for matter descriptive of any contemplated journey through the West W Af SHAW V DJ A 400 Vine St- Cincinnati O i2 w WAKELEY pen Pass Agent StLouls Mo HOWARD ELLIOT I Gen Manager ift St Louis Mo FOR SALE A splendid opportunity first class drug store doing a good business a complete stock 8000 including fixtures and soda fountain Address 88 E Main street C E Hoborbart Madison Ind 12lta Putnam Fadeless Dye Yellow is absolutely fadeless to cither sun light washing or bleaching and colors about twice as much goods as others lOg per package Sold by South Longmoor f J Go tOui Iflit STAGG BACON rl Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Pall HardwareH Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded Shells Powder Shor Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc 1 Stagg A N D Bacon i SPEDIHL HNNOUNCEJIIENT iilf BY THEa 4 H y t f + LeCOMPTE GAYLE co f 1 rik 3DEIOT3GH2BTS EOVTI eto FRANXFOR r PI tT t Dec am l t Days before Christmas A short time in which to make 11selection of goods suitable for giftmaking All our goods arc wile priced This is i good time for Inspec Jtion the line Is unbroken Iu addition to some daintly little novelties speciallylselected wo invite attention to our very complete stdok Of4Istaple cud useful articles which afford a large range of selection for intending purchasers Kodaks and Kodak supplies Rochester Lamps Picture Frames Card Cases and Pocket Books Fine Perfumes Velvet BellstFMGraphaphones and Supplies Triple Mirrors Nunnallys Velvet Molasses it Candy panoramic Views of Frnkrort1 r r It PLYMOUTH AND PITTSBURH COAL s ttl- rJ Ifr i am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushnls of Lifreshly minted Plymouth Lumpami Pittshurg Coal of tthe best quality Leave your orders while it is large of arid clean and they shall have my personal nttentiol1t 4 f r lrl Hoge Cdal and Feed Comp niikIw H HOaE Proprietor Telephone No7 1 +KENTUCKYS GREATEST NEWSPAPER + E I 10 20 BY MAIL ONLY IOneMonths Year The Evening Post has an equipped Washington Will cover the ot completely the Associated cws Report complete All the All the Dropa Postal for Sample Copy PIANO AND Give piano and organ work to John G Angus ho Is one of our citizens ufl as any in the State Orders be with Dr 24im- WANTEDTWO reliable in State salary and not essential Piedmont Tobacco Works N C 2Omlq Kodql Dyspepsia Digests what tit 7I fOU cant do without It when It only costs you at turate of ONE CENT A DAY P Lt THE LOUISVILLE I EVENING POST lThe Great Department Paper of the South IItheto Pages DailyBiggest in the South IRATES300I IIOneadmirably Bureau doings Congress and News Card whichI THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE TUNING REPAIRING your and should left Avorlll Nov traveling permanent position experience absolutely Greensboro Cure you tspcclally t Paper Blur Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Everything for orchard lawn and garden tae million fruit foroHt mars mental Aeparaquxgrape Vlmw small fruits and the homo coun or in town No agents employed and rock bottom to the nctual planter Catalogue on application to Oct H F HiMKNMKTrn LEXtCUTON NT lr CeBdltfea Iowders are jubt what a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood ipuriflor and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 24 cents per package For sale by J W Gayl and LeCompte GayleCo tAIl d 3feEK v 3Jw iny a 3rt i fil i f Jrl SPEC I A l 8ALE r irII 1 t- C i l CoOf Cloakss l Separ a t e Skirts at f t I rY prices much below the f f d t 1 t regular lguresz Jt P q ft f 8 D JoIliisoit Go t t i I t 1 t 1 DEATHS- bBOMWELLAt the home of he- rthusband near Jotts this county on Thursday morning Dec 6 at 10 v oclock Mrs Emily J Cromwell wife of Mr Jit H Groin well jiged yenrslCromwell WrtsMfruly a good 1t woman in every acceptation of the r term and was a member of the J Christian burah at Grassy Springs Sheryaty xlevoted wifo c mother and friend Gentle mod est kindly and true her va ant chair in the frttijily1 circle1 of wtiipli1 shewas the lovely penter and her cplace as neighbor ever ready with words of sympathy and a helping hand In time of trouble fever be filled She leaves a heart broken husband kto whom she had been matried 50 I years fivesons and two daughters besides a large circle of relatives lleitfSheLewis and Miss Belle Giltner and Mr Wm Cromwell of this city and of Mrs E P Denton of this county The funeral will take place this J morning at 11 oclock from the beingJafter which the remains will be In terred in our cemetery ftBAR R E TJOHNSON Invita tipns have been issued by Mrs W l jS Johnson to the marriage of her daughter Miss Ellen Woodruff Johnson to Mr William Francis Barret which will occur at the Methodist Church in this city on- Wednesday Dee l at 5 oclock- p m Miss Johnson is one of our pret Just a chance meet ing in the rain and so many things to talk about That means wet feet an4a neglected cold Then comes the coughand the doctor looks sriousand talks of pine woods or mountain air That is the time when Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery proves its ray Value It has cured hundreds of cases ofi I weak lungs obstinate lingering it4bronchitis spitting of blood and over which if neglected or umskillfully treated lead to consumptionI 1 About eight I had a aadboaraeueuwrltesMraIdaPEdwardaofbterling of e but any at lutI tried DrPlercea Golden Dlarnv cry of which I have taken four bottles and my laugh Is entirely cured Sick people are invited to consult trPierce oy free All corres oid Mice private Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y tiestand sweetest girls Mr Bar ret is a son of the late Hon Wm F Barret and is a popplar and handsome yt uig man MATRIMONIAL Jd HUNTERGAINE8 Announce jnent is njade of the marriagerof Rev liobb J Hunter and Miss Annie Russell Gullies The happy event will occura1 the bome of the bricfo i CrescentHilii Jefferson county Dec llth promisiuat jtehdlngitihe Seminary in Louisl vile Miss Gaines is the handsome OulllesIjO r y of county Miss Gaines has visited here frequently v CONWXYHtiGECards are out annonndjng the marriage f1tIh Lysander B Conway of Danville Va arid Miss nldred Merrill liege daughter of Col Chas E Hoge Mr Conway is a promising young business man Miss Hoge is one of the prettiest most amiable and highly cultured young ladies in our county The wedding will take untryhomeJanuary next- DeWifcts Little Early Risers dainty little pills but they areI fail to cleanse the liver remove systemKee Hardie NEW FLORIST I1rohn Kraehenbuehl has taken onIand asks a share of public pat ronage Ho makes a specialty of cut flowers His phone is No 202 Frankfort telephone BAD FALL Wm Smith the colored janitor of the Mason Hoge building corner Main and St Clair streets was attacked with dizziness on Thursday morning and lost his balance in the upper hall falling over the railing to the hall floor below bruising and cutting his head and Jarring him to a considerable ex tent Surgical attention was at once rendered HORSES BY WHOLESALE Some export thief or thieves vis ited the farm of Mrs Lafe Crutchor sonic 7 miles from this city on the Versailles pike on Tuesday night and stole four horses und a pony from the pasture lot making a clean swoop leaving the family not a single horse This is going into the horse bus ness by wholesale No traces of the thieves as yet 4 SLICK SCOUNDREL Mr H B Wiley came to town on Monday lust riding a nice young mare When he reached jockey alloy ho was accosted by a slick citizen who examined her closely finally asking Mr Wiley to allow him to try her Mr Wiley die mounted and handed the follow his riding whip The rascal than calmly rodd away and that is the last Mr Wiley iris soon of his mare a now saddle find bridle and tho whip I ivingtndiscussion with his wife ending lily with the usual rozzer episode womans throat being cut Burns was arrested and lodged In Jail Cold and cough cures are num erous but the one that leads all others in merit is Foleys Honey and Tar which is in great demand these lave South Longmoor W McKee Hardie m S SMALL FARM FOR SALE IffBentleysale It is located just over the Henry county liner He says it is a good farm well located New Leghorn citron only 15q pound Dec 8 at onCr asy Co131tREAD The LeCompte Gayle Co has an advertisement r holiday goods in todays paper They ajlways have the nicest and mosbdainty goods to be obtained Go and see them e Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health because they thought their kidney disease KidneyCurecouraged and disconsolate Take noother SoutH Longmoor W MceeK Hardie r-AN ADDRESS Maj A T Wood of Mt Sterling will deliver an address before the pupils of the Colored State Normal School on Friday Dec 14 His sub ject will be Liberty and Law The public are cordially invited to attend The seats trill bo free Maj Wood is an interesting and instructive speaker 118 pounds best granulated sugar LangdonCreasey THE ELECTION COMMISSION The State Board of Election Commissioners motion Monday and adjourned until Tuesday When they Tuesday they proceeded to elect Mr Chas H Duty a Republican of Montgomery county as the third member of the Board to fill the vacancy cl1l Yonts by the resignation of Mr M 8edI Mr Allen E Smith of ville wet elected Secretary to sue ceo Mr C P vlloro signed on account of ill health FORHOARSENESS BonJ Ingorson of Hutton Ind lie had not spoken a word above a whisper for months and one bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar restored his voice It is used singersrakemoor W McKee Hardio iiliRNI lotto for rout my farm containing about 20n acres located near well yatored acres in timothy meadaw possession January let Jf Apply ab ltoundaobutoiilco ox at the farm MRS MOtiKlE rfnOMAS f 12lmi S tt Nerves Wear Out JAnd grow weak andexhausted when not properly naur ished just as an engine loses its power when the fuel runs low r The loss of netvous power is seen in the failing health and therwastingform It is the aching head the throbbing heart indigestion restlessness and loss of sleep Refbuild the WOfA ut nerves rest the tired brain and add new fuel to the vital resrwkittkc best of all tonics Dr Miles Nervine t 1 4 l I was sick with typhoid and malarial fever for three months and after I recovered from that I was left so weak and nervous that I could not work I fairly shook steadySine and received immediate benefits Three bottles of it cured me T F RICHJLBDBON Elton Ills D Miles Nervine r Is food for the wornout nerves and the weary brain Itis a food for the overtaxed and weak digestion Ittfnourishes fortifies and refreshes the whole system Sold by druggists on guarantee DB Mnaa XXDXCAX Co EUchart IML COUNTY COURT DAY Mondvy last was county court day There was a tremendous crowd in the city Owing to there being so much politics and so many candidates on hand there was but little attention paid to the stock offered for sale of which there was a considerable supplyThe scenes upon our streets that day were enough to bring the blush of shame to the every decent citi zen of the county Hundreds of drunkenmen wont staggering and whooping about the streets creating a perfect pande monium It is asserted that there were over five barrels of whisky given out From any more such exhibitions may the good Lord deliver us Geo A Points Upper Sandusky Ohio writes I have been using Foleys Honey and Tarfor hoarse ness and find it is the best remedy It stopped the cough immediately and relieved all soreness tt South Longmoor W McKee Hardlo We are notified from Dalys The atre New Yorjc that one of Daniel Frohmans special companies will shortly appear hero totplay At the White House Tavern Mr Froh man states that this play is one of the most delightful and charming love stories that ho has ever pro duced It ran for over one hundred nights in Berlin and it had along run at Wallacks Theatre New York and is now presented on its third season on the road It is a story of tho Alpine Mountains and reagrded as a play of It clean and wholesome flavor Capital Theatre Thursday Dec 18 FOR PNEUMONIA Dr C J Bishop Agnew Mich says have used Foleys Honey and Tar In three very severe oases of pneumonia with good results in every ouReIt Thoro is nothing so good South Longmoor W MUI Koo Hardio ENGRAVED OA1 DS Leave Orders for enjjravod cards etc at LeCoinpto Oayle CQH lust t OFFICIAL VOTE The State Board of Election Con missioners completed the official count of the votes east at tire November election on Wednesday lastrThe following are the figures FirstWheeler D 25384 Keys1 j R 16809 Pile 201 Second Allen D28410 Lynch R 19788 Holmes 203 ThirdRhea D 19500 MOSS Rd 19844 Glenn 148kFourthSmith D 24920 Jolly R21942 Fifth Gregory D 21874 Irw4n R25085 Sixth Gooch D 22572 Slaw R 16857 Seeds 897 Seventh Trimble D 20825 Stoll R 16810 EighthGilbert D 17646 Wil Hams R 16602rPugfiRIopkinsEleventhSmith D 162S1jI Boerlng R 84500 Seventh Appellate District Hall D 26044 ORear R 80508 The total vote in the Governors race is us follows Beokham 233 052 Yerkes 229803 Beoklmras plurality H689 John D White Pro 2269Cardin Pop 1666 Roberts 450 Doyfg 408 John Young Brown 154 Jack Chinn 1 W S Donly W C P Breckin RpBucknerlug a total of 167874 voltes cast in o this race For President Bryan 234899 r McKinley 226j801 l BISMARKS IRON NERVE 41healthmemlouH energy are not foundfwhoro Htmuuh liver khhl0 S bowels are out of order If you want those qualities old tho sue KingsNowool power of brain and firstoreIOATO A iilgnatura of J liars iiirays r Tnu Frankfort OUR111IO1U I Entered at the postofllcc at Frankfort Kentucky ns secondclass mailable maJter QEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT DEO 8 1900 DEATH OF DR THOS H HOOD 1 Wo were greatly saddened on Sat urday morning when we learned that our friend Dr Thos H Hood of Cynthiana had died suddenly of appoplexy at his home In that city on Friday night He was 61 years of age Dr Hood was well known In this city where he WItS a frequent vis itor when his uncle Col D How and Smith was State Auditor Ho married Miss Kate Gunning = ham who was a sister of the late Mrs Jas G Dudley of this city They had no children Dr Hood was a genial whole 1 ouled gentleman who made friends r L11erever ho went Ho was com fortably well off and had retired from active business Ho was seemingly as well as usu al onThursday and was about the streets but Friday was not fwell and remained In bed all dnyd Tint evening a physician was 1gtored until the end The funeral took place on Sunday morning and the remains wore ta ken to Lexington for Interment by his brethren of Cynthiaiw Com inandory Knights Templar assisted by Lexington Coin man dery K T The many friends of Dr Hon l in this city will be grieved to hear of his untimely death Thoperson who disturbed the oughIihgLongmoor W and get a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar It always gives roljpf y IBoA NKFO ItT ORCHESTRA t inauguralIinusie JP A ther ton direct or of the Capital Theatre Orchestra He will furnish military band for the great parade and other occasions during the day and a full orchestra for the grand pity and Beauty4 The most beautiful thing in the world is the babyall dimples and joy Tie most r pitiful thing is that same baby thin and in pain And the mother does not know that a little fat makes all the differ cnceDimples and joy have gone and left hollows and fear the IIb fat that was comfort and color and curveall but pity and loveis gone I The little one gets no fat from her food There is some r thingwrongitis either her food Ror foodmill She has had no fat for weeks is living on what gj she had stored in that plump j little body of hers and that is r gone She is starving for fat it quickScotts of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take it will save her ptctureonItIf von have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise you BOWNEChemists 409 Pearl St Y 600 and SlOO all druggists Inaugural burl In the evening at tho Capital Hotel The fact that Frankfort is able to contribute such assistance on such occasions places her several notches higher in the nrMsflo as well as social scale Tho Capital Thoalro Orchestra furnished the music at the exercis es and hop at the college in Winch ester Monday lastDec 3d Our musicians are becoming pop theirJllghtful entertainment to all IHelp Is needed tit once when a life Is in danger A neg beIquickly cures coughs and colds und the worst eases of croup bron chitis grippe und other throat and LongmoorW r tLOCATES HERE j Mr T H Slauhgtor tho well ofIbe In Frankfort at thpstu dlo of Mr Frank P Atherton on Thursday of each week i Hours frOm 1080 a m to 0 p All desiring to begin or continue their vocal work please call or address as above IW 182t countorfeitsofMost of them lire worthless or lia originalfeWltts ontsIdiseases South Longmoor W McKee Hardio WORTHY COLPRED MAN DIES Joseph Williams a worthy color ed mill an employe of Messrs E H Taylor jr Sons for some twnnty years died Saturday night land was burled on Sundny rlheI funeral services wore condupteil by his brethren of the Knights of indust1JouHIknow him r The most effective little liver ills made are DoWitts Llttlo Early Risers They never griped South Longmoor W aIcJ ee Hardio THAT GOO Our friend Mr M L Lawrence who Is a candidate for reelection RobinsonIItsprimary made tho hit of the earn paign on Monday county court day Ho had prepared and ready to dispense to the hungry crowd of voters throe immenao iron kettles full of splendid burgoo which was served out hot with plenty of light bread to every one who chose to call on him tin the jail yard To say that It took with the rrholoIwas appeased The raw and chilly atmosphere made the burgoo pecu liarly aeceptalbe Martin knew how to do tho thing overyIono a HOW TO CURE OROUPi Mr R Gray who lives near Antonia N Y says Chamberlains Rpm eely Is the best medicine I have over used It Is a fine childrens remedy for croup and never fails to cure When given as soon np the child becomes hoarse or oven after the croupy cough has developed it will prpvent the attack This should be borne in mind and a boti tie of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as uppenrForl DEXTER LODGE NO 54 K OF P Elected tho following mbors as ofllcers for the term beglnlng Janu nry 1901 viz I E S Petty 0 O L A Trumbo V C James H Polsgrovo Prelate Thos A Joyce M of W C E Ellwnnger M of Ex John Fuhs M of F- Lee A Owen K of B S S C Carter MatA I Many persons have1 lead the ox perience of Mr Peter Sermnn of North Stratford N H who says fromJpepsin Cure amdo a well mull of andIevery form of stomach trouble Itgives relief at onco oven in tho worst cases and cant help but do WMeRoo II In the whole circle of hingbusIness handled such perfectly made and such correctly tailored Overcoatas From the lining of the pockets to the cover of the velvet colar all and every thing sliows the work of EXpoIioBGeff OIlmen 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- 0IUDSON S- Corner Main and St 1 air t r fjr tli1d11J1ii a LDTAYtOI WHISKEYOf i BOTTLED IN BOND Of SVERAOK IS MATURE PRRUOIANB AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM uotDTAYLORSIONATUREISFORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR t SONS DISTILLERS INCORPORATED FRANKFORT KY l LEirNG ofBRHWING coJ BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which in Quality anJ Flavor ArE ANY BEERMAD1L EQUALTO THE LAND CALL PUll IT THE rilO 11UU1 Uh A KentuckyIndustry D 0 RO IJINSDN FirmikfoM tlBejtt 2ly l 4 G +o + 4 4o JI E r IdF- LOURI Is The Finest Mado iJ Patronize Home Institutions + s J E M MILLING CO iTHE J N 1ES Sec Treas iAug 181 y + 44 4N a oavyee00r6Pi iIi i ii i iit Thos K Robb I Piano and Fur jniture MoverePackingnnd Crating Carefully Demo by Experienced Men Good Ser1co Mod f eratu prlce4 dl Lowis Streoc Locul Phone No Hept 8 i iiiIi A Good Farm For Sale Containing 90 Acres norm of tonojo laud 25 tiaras ofj wool tune limber 2 dwelling thatij when thus full apple orohanlp Sprln that nrver no dry d3s miles from thw Kentnoky river goo n Hd to the river My farm lion nn tilt dirt road one half mile front Frankfort pike Ihlu farm ellI he honght clitip Onehalf iiiilo from Harpprn Ferry postolllco IosHea sion given at oant Address DUMONl BENTLEY Hnrperu Ferry Henry county ICy 18lt ANQIIr1110 ladies of Ascension Churoh Guild will give n rendition of tho Mlstletoo Bough about the inld die of January 1901 for the benefit of the chapel fund It IH hoped tlTiit there may be u largo attendance tile exact late will bo given later td THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD Is Bannc e It is made from prescription by a widely known specialist and positively tho most healing salve for piles burns scalds ulcers running sores and nothingInn111oo1oBardie SIS AiTEEL Kt dtDyspepsia Curt tDigests what you eat Itartiilciallydigeststbofoodandalds yaR Nature In strengthening recon structing the exhausted digestive or galls It is the latest discovereddlgust taut and tonic No other can approach It In etllclency IL scantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgla all oiher results digestion 1f PrlceSOc contains 3Hr times small BookaUnbgutdyspepslamiiUcdfrce Prepared by DeWITT Cblcago SOUTH liONGMOOB W McKEE HARDIE ftnO Limitations upon Residence TrA cJefad Oc paiion IPagableintioldPaid4Ip Insurance Ualties TRAM SEE I 0 jIU I r preparation t j Indigestion to Crampsand oflmperfect size E C AGO Importantf OF- dlnio mMtMal Policies OF ItLIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY 2 from date qf Issuer Premium Grace in 1iPayments gash Ualxes loan faitHst Jt make ext IhyEvery one of these privileges is definite And clear Just furw and plainlytoldexist as la toles for misunderstanding but everything is explicitly set forth in uneoufoocal language A IPoUchHLay Yromtulns t10IMAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW contlnuIngO BRODIIC nndTofforKpnBtrootN Fnmkfort Ivy cwnRSdemm arxtmuunervssomrsaas ru toes It Jiy to Buy Cheap 4lcolc1thin that will relievo and cute the Imor severe and dangerous results of it and lung troubles Whitt shall yo do Go to n warmer and mote reprplar climate Yes if pofwihie II no pos lble for you then in either IHISibejbnes siucesa lung trouhlesu Ba ehees German Syrup It not only heals anti sUm trermdjseuse aIpatient Try onO bottle Recom many years by oil druggists SnIi 5 1 JOT THE MONEY Some ono obtained entrance to the saloon of Qua Lafontalne on Saturday night broke open the cash register and took out a considerable suns of money Tho thief left Ir through the back door an loft it 1 open He must have been concealed In the place when it was closed that i night k t live years ago I was troubled with catarrh of the lower bowel fiaysC T Chisholm 484 Dearborn Avenue Chicago and eminent4 181101ito in tiny way relieve mo and the trouble almost became chronic 1 After suffering several months I d one day concluded to try Chamber laln8 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea 4 Hemedy and I beg to assure you that 3 was most agreeably stir prised to find after taking two JjjQ doses of the remedy that I wns completely relieved of the disease j cost me so much trouble 4i ijunuiiu ijue I luu thankful to ji oay atlmt I liavo not suffered from it r I Sln For sale by J W Gayle druggist p t 1l i B1jY AHt5ME J5 i1t Will S Farmer the hustling l young Farmdale merchant who J w Nvillpronipye to this city and occupy MainIJ chased some time ago about the JudgnorsJI1lrstot January has purchased the Oonway and Second streets It will be an exceedingly comfortable 50001tThe only harmless remedy that porduces Immediate results Is One Iintlto Cough Cure It is vory plensant to take and can bo relied upon to quickly cure coughs colds and all lung diseases It will pro Longmoor lIN A FIX SIJfnrslmlto Lexington before U S stoner RUl charged with oom11ls1 I bezzlors of the U S t were admitted to bail in 1600 each rMr J D McClintock ono of the W bondsmen of Postmaster Bosloy was placed in charge of the post office 2 Hacking There is noth ing so bad for a coughing teudermembrane of the throat and lungs and the wounds thusmade attract the germs of con sumption Stop yqur cough by using the family remedy that hac been curingcoughs and colds rof every kind for over sixty years You cant afford 10 be with out it t fr eeIIIIloosens the grasp of your cough The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed all inflamma tion is subdued and the awayThree one dollar size is the cheap est to keep on hand the SOc size for coughs you have had for some time the 25c size for an ordinary cold badCoughI a true caso coruumtlon Then I tried Ayers abottleF MAIUON IJLLEJ cot r Y anycomplaint DoctorrreliiaJ d SERIOUS ACCIDENT On TuosjtRy morning a colored mun wits driving a team ripldly up Mero street when a colored wo man named Jane Brown not notic ing the wagon started across the street and was run over and badly hurt Surgical attention wits at once rendered Both the man and woman stated that they neither ono saw the other When the stomach Is tired out It must have A rest but we cant live DyspepsiaCurethat you can eat all the good food you want while It Is restoring the digestive organs to health It is the only preparation that digests all kinds of food South Long moor W McKee Hardie- PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCE EDUCtTIONAL Office of the President Newport October 15 1900 Dear friend The Kentucky Edfo catlonal Association will hold its nbxt meeting In the city of Louls Ivlle Dec 20 27 28 tfXX The K E A represents all of the educational forces of the State anal Jiould have the cooperation of the friends of education everywhere to make It a great living moving force A strong program for the noxt mcetilgls being prepared the leading school men and women of the State will be present arid the meeting will bo an Inspiration to all Announcement of special railroad t and hotel rates will be made laterPlease announce the meeting ati educational gatherings and else whore and arrange to be with us Let us work together for the good of the youth of Kentucky Very truly J M N DOWNES Pros ALFRED LIVINQSTON Socyi Souiorsek Kentuckyf UPHELD Tho Supremo Court of the United States handed down a decision on Monday affirming the decision of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky upholding tho separate coach law It was known as tho C O Bail road Co v Kentucky Railroad dfstsentodstate cpmmerco When you need a soothing and healing antiseptic application for any purpose use the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve a well known nitro for piles and skin diseases It heals sores without leaving a scar Beware of counterfeits South Ijqngmoor W Mc Kee Hardie THE GOOD OLD TIMES OF THE LONG AGO This is the title of a neat little pamphlet containing a low poetic gems from tho pen of Col Thos Ford lho work is dedicated to Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller tho po etess Tho Colonel is a warmhearted man and ho touches a tender chord In every heart in the openingplece iFINE LECTURE The lecture of Hon Alf A Taylor for the benefit of tho Church Im provement Fund of tho Methodist Church was delivered at the Capi tal Hotel ball room on Tuesday night The lecture was firstclass In attendedsworelearn that tho attendance was not Ins largo as tho merits of the address warranted THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrive Chattanooga 550 p in arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive sonville 880 a m good returning JUCkI train leaving Louisville 745 has through connections sleeping car service arriving Jack sonvillo 10 p in next evening Southern In connection HoutelIsschedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperipr at Jackson yule for In South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States Havana Nassau and Porto via Southern Railway RlcoII reformation A Whedon Passenger AgoiitW A TURK Gen Pass Agout- j Washington C TO H TAYLOE A G P A hi Louisville Ky FREE LECTURE The current events section of the Womans Club have a treat in store for the Frankfort people It is a lecture on Forest Reserva tions in Kentucky by Mrs Maury of Louisville As chairman of the Arbortune Committee of tho High School Alumni Mrs Maury has done wonders for her native city undOot this time when the crying need for the pre sorvutionof our forest trees is so apparent her lecture will doubt less appeal toevery one in our community chapelofday December 10th at night oclock and admission is free i YOU cant afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or cold to develop into pneumonia or cost sumption One Minute Cough Curo will cure throat and lung troubles quicker than any other preparation known Many doctors use It as a specific for lagrippo It Is an Infal Ible remedy for croup Children like it and mothers endorse It South Longmoor W MoKee Har die IA MAN OF PROMISE To the editor of the Mt Sterling Advocate On the day before the valiant Wolfe lost his life on the plains of Abraham he remarked to some comrades that he would rather be the author of The Elegy In a Country Church Yard than to theII a young glnian delivered one of the most eloquent sermons it bus over been my good fortune to hear As I listened to this young Ambassador for Christ I thought I had rather deliver a message like that than to bnttloIodious voice uttering that glorious message so full of divine philosophy methought hero Is one glorJousIn your glorious career Kentucky will this son from the Old DominionIThe above was written for the Mt Sterling Sentinel in regard to tho Rev W J Mahonoy tho elo quent young preach or who married Miss Virgie Stanton daughter of Major H T Stanton anti who is now pastor of time Pleasuroivlle Baptist Church IT SAVED HIS LEG LaGrangeGamonths with ji frightful running sore on his but writes that Buoklpns Arnica Salvo wholly UloorslwoundSworld Curo guaranteed Only 25c Sold by J W Gayle druggist SALESMEN WANTED Traveling salesmen wanted for next year Experience not abso lutelyhecessary Good permanent position For full particulars ad dress Pocahontas Tobacco Works Co Bedford City Virginia 12m A cold cough or la grippe can bo nipped in the bud with a dose oiv two of Foleys Honey and Tar Beware on substitutes South Longmoor W McKee Himlio WILL REMOVE Messrs J L Rodman Son will remove till dry goods store about the 15th of this month to the storeroom In the Williams block Brldgo street South Side formerly occu pied by Mr J W Slmckolford Do you- iCOaghcure a Cough or Cold at once Conquers Cough and Measle praiseIttie Hoarseness Grippe Pneumonia and Consumption It gives quick sure results Price 25cts Refuse tho dealers substitute i it is not as g- oodOLBu1IS SyrupAlways Dr Bulls Pills cure Constipation and Llvet TrowblM 10 pHi to cU Trial box 5 eta SOUTHERN RfllLWfly IN KENTUCKY tadinnd Schedule feat Nay 20 ASTBoamx Na l No6 No1 v ulsville 745am 400pm 7ifPii- Ar M 005pmLarcncobff laoipmLexingtonWESTBOUND No4 No 2 No Lv Lexington 73Oam 486pm 615am Ar Versailles 7B6am iOCpBi 635am Ar Larenceb 830am 630pm 563am Ar Shelbyvllle 010am 15pm 30am Ar Louisville lono m 740pm 760aa EASTBOUnD W TBOUND No IMNa fNe IZINa 400pm iLouavl lAr 740pm 1a40a 026pm 10roam LV LarnobreAr 630pm 810 715pm 1043am ArllarodsbgLv 440pm 720am 71OaaU8TBNo lSltNo071 STATIONS INa llltNo 740pm632pm847pm 1025am Lr Venues Ar m 503pm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 340pm 740pm n50am Ar Georges LT 310pm ASTBODHD tNa TtNo 51 ItNo II ltNo E 745am 400pm Lv Loulsvil A ia40am 740pm 1022am ftsopm Lv Verslles Ar 750am 502pm- 1102am 733pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 858am 405pm 310pmLCSpmSTATIONS Na Na a 74JipmArAr Knoxville 700pm 745n mOpArAr Jacksonville 025am Lv Chattanooga 805pm 6S5um Ar Atlanta 1025pm ir60am H 2VipArJacksodville Lv Chattanooga AlOpm 645am Ar Birmingham 1003pm IMxim Ar Meridian 2 s am 030pm Ar New Orleans 830am No through sleeping car Loulsvllle to Bir mingham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na 5 free observation chaircar LouUvllla LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington LouIsTllle Na sleeping car Birmingham to Loulxvlllo via LxIrigton- AU rains between LoutHvlllo Lexington and Burgtn natty D itwccn Versailles and Georgetown No and dully Nos67and08dailyexceptSunday- Between Versailles Nicholasville Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains daily FSOANNON3d VPAOM JM COIPT M Washington DC Washington DC- wAT iiKuriA WMHTATIOKAG i Wnahluuton D C Louisville L Itli CI 0 TIME TSRIE ISOUTD J No 2- 1itll 1Lor Sin 61 5 29 Sbelbrviiie 70 Ar Louisville 110111 8tx NORTH No 3t Lv Louisville ItJSO 601 Stteloyvllle 7fK Frankfort 710 ir Lexington 11018 811 L N trains to Louisville aud way stations 550 a m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 9378 m L N trains to Louisville and way stations 304 p m 0 O trains to Louisville 909 a m O 0 trains to Louisville 813 p m L N trains to Lexington and Jway stations 950 a mIL N trains to Lexington andl way stations 437 p m Louisville Frankfort Accommodation arrives 642 p m C O trains east 1018 a m 0 O trains east 740 p m AVHiTB Agent k 1 TUtU IABLE 1SO Lexington Midway frankfort 304 97 550 6Jhiiiliieiee 745 1- 0lhII 525 810 aru J IIPMI Nolfi M IP INO171 y 20018S Uirlsilimburg 340110t7 641- lnlnlOr 4t 481141 r No1P 72114101AncllofaKtuoraiikOi Eminence 34US 862 KT2Curlstlarisburg 912 606 rallk1Ull IHJ5 642 allay 1025 txln ton j1it11 1059 Wholesale and PetaiIh 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 PMAtlanea P i tr t a4Wh11ksy Habits ror d al hosts with ijltoaIanM U4 Vwtk rye M ti lYUt7ttN RYCOKa Y THE FAVORITE LINE FROM LOUISVILLE = CHICAGO Elegant train equipment of luxurious Parlor and Dining Cars und Modem Vt1 ncr Palace Drawing Room gentfiengers to all the vast Northwest including CALIFORNIA+ u Frank J Reed G P A C H Rockwell Traffic Mgr W H MDoel P G M Addr 4ELouiaviiie Ky Burlington R ute BEST TRAINS TO i KANSAS CITY MONTANA COLORADO PACITIG1 J x COAST UTAH WASH q- INOTON OMAHA STfPAUL NEBRASKA BLACK HILLS VIA ST q LOUIS OR CHICAGO c + Vestibuled Trains CarskDining Cars Chair teats Free M F M RUGO Tray Passr Agt St Louis Mb h lHOWARD ELLIOTT Gon Mltr St Louis Mo L W WAKELEY Gen Pass Agt St Louis Mo The Henderson Route f BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis And twesttrainshoto Evansville without hack conches and parlor car The direct lino to St Louis running two double daily ralnscwith back seat coaches and Pullman Bleepers through wIthout change Tickets on sale nt N cb this city etcVtion as to rates routo sleoplng Ur berths L N R or adcull on A V wte agent dressB L BRYANT ThPA- L J IRWIN G P A Louisville Ky Ur tXIN TON EASTERN RY IltLOCAL TIME lnLEiEFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND It plTLEq STATIONS Daily Ex =jDaUrP AM 0 Lv 2 25 6II MontrosuF240 P800r2 F 8 10 Wyandotte F 2 8 17 4 tFMT VfrlncJieoter n 8 80 MlstlotOO 18 Iii 850 r L E Junction 84S Indian Holds F a S F o 00 t Oluy City 8 9 18 44II Stanton 4 9 25 Koslyn P P 0 60 on P 9 88 it 55II Dundee S F 9 Natural Bridge F 4 9 liSII Glencairn F 9 68 g ft Torrent 08 fOlJ Fincastlo P703P1023 1 iOII Junction 6 29 r BeattyviUo Lv 50 00 BOG JAr 45 4LvrSt Helens 5 FIO TnlloKO F535F1051 il Athol IiaS 69 Oakdale P3 60P11 00I 23D IWEST BOUND IJIL No1 DallyEx NO8 Daib 1t tI Lv Jackson 6 2 00II Elkatnwa 683F283 Oakdnlo F 6 F 2 49 8II Athol 6 2 56 roII Tnlloga P704F8Wu St Helens 710 8 170 Benttyvillo OLBJunction 7 8 Lv Fincastlo P783F8B8 62II Torrent 7 8 47 rGlonclnirn F F 868 57 Natural Bridge F 803 55II Dundee 808F408 d0 Filson 810 419 Boaslyn F820F425 41II Stanton 8 480 40II Clay City 40 83 i Indian Fields 8 F 4511iZiII L E Junction 9 5 08 28 Mistletoe 023F615 26 Wlnahaster9 29 520 14aa Wyandotto F 9 F I 8l 11II Avon t 949P640 6II Mon troIo F96aP560 o Ar Lexington t 6 06 Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS ITlou t Slilpsfeuff orn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 25lriv We have some mighty goodthings in Sterling Silver forladies r Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Brushesy Mirrors r Combs and useful things in j Cut Glass j bagszhave exactly you need wise is it here you know what buying Aside from 1I glad show goods to buy or r 1 P SWe wish your attention Clocks some t la Ii RELIGIQUS McCreadyrettop ASCENSION EPISCOPAL Itoly Communion at 9 amMorning prayer and sermon at 11 it m Evening prayer and at 780 p m- Sundayschool and at 945 a m Wednesday evening prayer and ible Lesion at 780 oclock To all services the puqlic are cordially invited free BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor preach at 11 a m and 780 p nv Prayermeeting Wednesday night at oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at fit 945 a m Special classes for young Young Peoples Society Will 1 At 680p m and all are cordially in vite J CHRISTIAN CHURCH Mr Darsle preaches his 23d anniversary at 11 a m and specially desires the presence of all At he preaches on thinye of Christ or I Believe Christ to be Divine I Christian Endeavor Society will meet in chapel at 645 Leader TplcHJw to Listen Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday HI 380 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday night tat 780 ToplcuW1ut Must I to Save The public will bo cordially welcomed to all services and es pecially strangers in the city r CATHOLIC CHURCH conductedfkv pastor mass at 780 a m High mass 10 ji m Vespers at 780 p m f FIRST PRESBYTERIAN- i McCluskyBlaynpy preach ut 11 a m p m school at m Young uples Society of Christian Endeavor in Sunday school room lit 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 Annual Thanksgiving service at 11 a m on Thursday l 3 The cordially Invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev JR Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 in Epworth League in Sundayschool room at p In- Prayermeetingi Wednesday night at 75 y The public cordially invited to attend r SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN orOHURCHRev Wm Crowe Jr iPnstor will preach at 11 a in and m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Society of tian Endeavor moots at 645 pm l = N- f 4tyaircil7OUR AIM and want for Holidays Our showing for 1900 Season is ever before 1 IFOR GENTLEMEN LocketsChains IFobs ShavingS ts in silver IUmrellas We goods and way rig then will you you are not I M A SELBERT Reliable Jeweleralso cull fine line and cases ii+ riiiiisimii + sermon adult Bible class these Seats shill men Seats sermon the bprs What Why the Ye1gcrI these The Low meets the meets the Chris PUbliCI1s more REV R L j A6YI Frankfort Noy141800 We the undersigned representa tives of the various organizations connected with the Church of the Ascension having been greatly distressed bX possible losing of our beloved rector the Rev RI LMc Crendydesire to express to him our eitviceshedered us during the years of ministrations and heartfelt that both duly and pleasure nifty constrain him to remain with us for many years to come We wish to assure him of our warm affection for him and to pledge ourselves should he consent to to extend to him our heartiest cooperation and ipnort in all matters connected with the Parish The Vestry and Trustees of The Mary K Williams Home for Orhpans T F ries Senior Warden F V Gray Junior Warden A W Overton Sec rotary L B Marshall Fayette Hewitt DW Lindsey W Rodman R M Aldridge A D Blanton Olic rs and Teachers of the Sun dayschool By L B Marshall Su perintendentOfficers Teachers of the Industrial SchoolBy Mrs F V Gray President Miss Jouett Sec retary and Treasurer The Brotherhood of St Andrew By T F Humphries Director The Ladies GuIldBy Mrs W M Snffell Presiddnt Mrs R M Al dridge Treasurer Miss Florence Barrett Secretary Saint Catherines GuildBy Miss Marie Lindsey President Miss Cordelia Kendall Secretary pro Eibdrd of Visitors of the M K W Home for OrphansBy Miss M E Harrison President Mrs F H Johnson Mrs F W Keyes Treasurer The Womans Auxiliary By Miss Eliza H Overton President Miss Lucy V Burnley and Treasurer The Junior AuxiliaryBy Lilian Lindsey President Miss Caroline Ar Selbert Treasurer The Missionary SocietyBY Mrs Sallie D Greenhow Secretary and Treasurer IMPROMPTU DANCE Tuesday evening Dec 11 the M I win entertain friend with an impromptu dance at hall in this city No invitations been sent out but all who re ceived invitations to the Thanksgiv ing dance are invited Admission gents 50c ladies free Music by Frankfort Ocrhestrii The commIt- tee respectfully request all Frankfort young men desiring to attend to come accompanied by a young lady so that the young men will not outnumber the bites five to one as on previous occasions f t ttF jr T i Is to keep up the reputation this house has enjoyed for many yearsf7past to make it so lasting that it shall remalll us tor t1 years to come By the verdict of the who trade with us we lare satisfied to abide In this seasons we have everything in jFine Jewelry Watches Diamonds Silverware etc that you may J the the Holiday than remain DIAMONDS AND WATCHES It is our pleasure to announce buyers who have recently our stock of Diamonds and Watches have complimented son its excellence abundance and completeness LEATHER GOODS In leather Goods we have the newest and best in purses and card cases the the to come you are this we always to our whetherare our in iron f meet free raep Annie do the 945a 0h the his the wish John tom Secretary Secretary Miss their their have n that RoudaboutI Sbe bowed her head on her jeweled hand And her soft twitched and qufveredi JO would I could flee From the mdmory Of the wanton Yfi that my life has spanned With my Naples soul Bitter the curse that is on me now And she dropped by the kneeling IAnd the pale moon shone On her face of moan And the blew on her fevered brow As it came from the river stealing it- Oh strange that it never came tome The sting of my thoughtless pleasure Till he looked me through And I felt and knew For my heart grew sick in its misery And grief fur a wasted treasure Too I love him so And her tears Sell thick and burning And her bbsoms swell As it rose an- ts fell Bespoke the tide of a hearts oer flow fiI1JFrom the well of a deathless yearning Why did we not meet oh why oh why Ere my life had knjawn tills For his eyes have prpved That I am beloved With love thats not of the passerby But dreams of the great Tomorrow 0 God forgive me therps naught else now And she stood in the window reeling And the pale moon shone On her face of moan And the blew on her fevered Brow ic came from the river stealing NOM D PLUME cntaloguoItIts hummer A record breaker for low prices Go 181 CASTORIAFor Till Kind You Havo Always Bears the- Signaturo of J f r j jt people J extensive examined general i y a a Ladies and Gents Umbrellas Gold and Silver from 400to 1500 Any of the following articles in Sterling Silver from 25c up t Hook File Cuticle Knife Wail J sry OpenerEraser J i Cologne Bottle x twn1i Gold Pens Gold Spectacles + precisely ready i to to of specials black wood t pulblc Humph Treasurer many delivered window nightwind latetoolateand sorrowI nightwind As LangdonCreasy Bought UMBRELLAS mounted 1M C A Rev W W McLaughlin of Louis I guile vill arrive in the city this af ternoon and will give an address at the Y1f C A hall toiribrro at 880 ocloqk The meeting will bb for men onlyand is fred fe6meppaw vial music will also bo u feature Question Answered Yes August Flower still huh the largest sale of any medicine In the civilized world Xuur mothers url your grandmothers never of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctorswere scams rtpendkfailure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stim ulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is alt they took when feeling dull and had with headaches and other aches You only need a tow dots of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satiflHltheie is nothing serious the matter with you forsale by S B Holmes 4ly For Sale A first clan byHelp 99 model ApplyatGas Stoves For Sale Two stoves nnitablo for bath rooms or other small apartments tor sale cheap Apply ut this office fl Goon Christmas suggestion I One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ mas gift is the latest improved ellsweepIer would add to the domestic life and what a relief from the worrysome old broom Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction ga Rogers Sony dec 1iy For Sale A new style tlnub1tssCut trapancl It line young hors6 for s l1p 5Y Apply ut this office tJ TbeCOASr LINT to MACKiNAC TAKE THE + i iTO IDETROIT CHICAGO PETOSKEY l Jj ZNewSteel Passenger Steamers The Greatest Perfection vet attained la Beat rI ArtisticFurnishingthe highest degree of tCOflFQRT SPEED AND SAFETY l 1ll Toledo Detroit and Mackinaw Ja MARQUETTE IAND DULUTH fl YReturnfCleveland trelt 41350 xEVERYBetween Detroit and Cleveland Connecting at Cleveland with Earliest Yralaa for all points East South and Southwest and atfor all points North and Northwest SwteayTrla June Augast and Sisttwkif Myv f BETWEENICleveland jfi Toledo Scad for Illustrated Pamphlet Address 8OHANTZ e f OITRSIT nlletrllt I Claraia Itealill CIIt So YEAR 41 EXPERIENCE J TRADE MARKS lsending a sketch and delcrJpUol1111a j quickly ascertain our opinion tree whetheri 1sentPatenta taken through Muoa the Co teM peefal without charge to Jimerieaneweekly I arse olsw r ViIAhandsOmelyJ1lustrate journal Terms M a brail newsdealer jINew Yuri Branch Office F fit WublugtomPY SOW 6ow Peas IOo1FOR 11otber8 dsment LOUISVILLE KY i i FOX SALE itA sliding window awning New t3a tnndJn pond condition C tyApply at this omcea s ifFtMJHngK of safety pqivude Uetthat uses One Minute Cough Cure the only hnrmlQsBor remedy that produces reH It Is infalible for coughs fcolds croup and all unc lung troubles It will prevent eon sumption LnngmoorWl Mckee Hnrdio I w W 1 lrff c 1M1 trHt JI ii p 1 7 liiil FHON E H TAYLOR JR J JtfY rlsfl candidate for Slate Senator from this District subject to v the action of the Democratic party EVENUEASSIGNMENTS The following are the assignments of revenue officers in this division ofifhe 7th dls rlot as made by Gol ci lector Roberts for the month of De L cember I Storekeepers W H Sneed to Ky River Distil 1ery No2 W D Blanding to Ky JBlve r Distillery No2 f Augustus B Plpnr to W A Gaines Co No4 A W NB70r to W A Gaines f 13o No 4 warehouse H Smoot to W A Gaines isCo tfo 4 warehouse Z J Phelps to W A Gaines Do No 4 bottling Ji P Rogers to S J Greenbaum No9 R H Davenport Si J Green baum No9 warehouse J D Bash to S J Greenbaum iNo 9 Warehouse i r S P Willis to S J Greenbaum No9 mealroom 0 H Wtlkerson to S J Green baum No 9 night Jas T Brook to John Cochran Co No 87 E F Darnaby to John Coohran 4s Co No 87 warehouse 1 l W A Hamilton to Labrot Graham No 52 John M Jameson to Labrot Graham No 52 mealroqm f r W B Anderson to E H Taylor 1 3r Sons No 58 ij 01 H Morgan to E H Taylor jr i It Sons No 53 warehouse t t JohnT Berry to E HTaylor jr yj Sons No 58 bottling r S A Powell to E H Taylor Jr r SonsNo 58 bottling S P Owen to E H Taylor jr YSons No 58 night J M Withrow to WA Gaines fc iis rio No 100 s David Harp to W A Gaines J Co No 196 warehouse 1 Henry Nevsom to W A Gaines hiii A Co No 100vwarehouse ThoK J Craig to W A Gaines fWI Co No 100 mealroom J M Stevenson to W A Gaines CoNo night B S Drake to W A Gaines r OOM No 100 bottling Johir A Logan to E H Taylor iJrCo No 118 warehousQ Thos E Oldhnm to E HTaylor 4r Co No 118 bottling H S Sinclair to E HTaylor jr r Jo No 118 Gangers leo G Bryan to S J Green bnulnrNo 0 withdrawals J Willow Furniture and Wicker Chairs become soiled but they uw be etmri to look like new with r Gold Dm Washing Powder MAW but mutt be wl ed dry quickly C tLtn bom oar JOOLHlf BULla ton iN1 Ulllcar Utoa Iw T Crosthwait to John Coch ran Co No 87 E H Taylor Jr- Co No 118 H F Given to W A Gaines C6 No 100 E H Taylor jr Sons No Letchor Lusby to W A Gaines Co No4 Ky River Distillery No2 J P Williams rept S D Pinkerton to W A Gaines Co NplOOentriesStorekeeperGaugers H T Gaines to Lavel Mayse No 11IA G Whitehouse to W J Fra zier No 50 P G Powell to Glen Spring Dis tillery Co No 57 D B Waloutt to J J M Saffell No 91 W M Saffell to J N Blakemore No 96 CHRISTMAS BUYERS iWill save money buying at Soot tows My stook is largo and varied When you buy you get them at lowest prices Decorated lamps shade or globe day clock warranted 2 years 8 80 hour clocks 90 cents photo medalious 25c and 50o vases 6c 100 and 150 Also a large variety of useful and fancy articles for Christmas Watches clocks and jewelry repaired W J SCOT POOV The Grocer 236 Ann St TOBACCO MARKET The following is the report of sales of tobacco at the Independent Warehouse Louisville Best prices for new leaf 1060 10 990 980 940 many others selling from 8 to 9 dents leaf 7 to 8 cents Common loafB to 734 cents Short leaf 6 to 6 cents Best lugs 7 4 to 8 cents Medium lugs 6 to 7 cents Common lugs 5 to 6 cents Best bright trasH 6 to 7 Cents Com bright trash 5 to 6 cents Mixed and worm ent8fto 4M cents Kodo Cure IMfleijts what you eat 1 HORRIBLE ACCIDENT We regret to learn that little Daw son Oldham a grandchild of the late Mr Coley D Pattie and a great nephew of Miss Lucy Pattie was accidently poisoned and killed by his trjdn d nurse on Tuesday last at the homo of his parents in Richmond The nurse gave him noid by miRtnltoI 1 ii rHousworkishadwoikwitliotitGoMDusf 4ti Vr71Wtckerebdraeooa whenwaterdryWitte YPANYMkale suitable Medium Dyspepsia carbollo AT THE VHJTE HORSE TIC KEN There art many sides to the utoi of At tho Whtto Horse Tavtrn tho successful comedy which Dan Jel and Charles Frohman present nt tho Capital Theatre Wedimday Del 12 yet sill are so artistically blend od that they form a dollghtft pIctures expressing the gamut o Hon tlltont love interest comod and farce In tho original Gorman entitled Im Weissen RoessV tho piece scored an enormous hit 1n Berlin The Empefor of German and his family saw it several times and it was voted as the laughing success of tho decade New Yorl fully endorsed Berlins apprecia tion It is said to be a piece so clean df motive so exhilarating and so refined that it appeals to every part of the theatre the gallery being as equally delighted ns the stalls The fun is abundant yet its basis is not farcical At the White Horse Tavern means the doorway of a small smmne hotel in the Austrian Alps said to be as prettily1 picturesque a seen as was ever sot on a sti ge Here every body seems to be at cross purposes in affairs of the heart The head walter loves the landlady who loves a young lawyer wljf loves an opposing litigants daugh tor who Is promised by her father to a friends son who loves another girl and this other having been assigned to marry a fellow with different intentions of his own Here we have a complication that is made to yield a quick and ingen ious succession of incidents that are sure to be inimitably entertain ing The adventures that befall a patty of Alpine tourists fill a large share of the story One of the tourists is a Berlin manufacturer vulgar wealthy and goodhearted Another is an old tutor compelled to drink water instead of beer that he may take his daughter for an outing every fourth summer The study of this gentle old man is con sidered the most delightful in the play and his daughter is another charming picture a girl who lisps so that to strangers she only says yes andno There is the attractive hostess of the mountain inn her supercilious and patroniz ing head waiter and a plentiful supply of youthful lovers There are four distinct love affairs and each is quite sincere and earnest and has moments of deep feeling In some passages we are told the laughter is stopped as quick as a flash by a sudden transition from nonsense to tenderness The Frohmans have seldom given such a powerful combination of artists in an individual production before Nearly thirty people are required for the proper rendition of II At the White Horse Tavern It is to be played hero as New York and other large cities saw it The advance sale of seats at Bar retts is very pjg the curiosity to see this English version of the greatest German success in years seeming to have caught the public Among the principals in the cast are Frederic Bond Ada Curry Mrs J Elberts Charlotte Crane Charles Hanfprd Fred Summer field Louis Allbon Della Clarke George Friend David Elmer Alma Ayers Duncan Harris Estnbrooko Galloway Charles H Booth and Cora Arden JOHN GRIFFITH The produotion of the great For est and McCullough version of Spartacus the Gladiator which Mr John Grifllth will make at Franfkort on Friday Dec 14 Is by far the most elaborate ever attempted of tho play The scenic environment with which he is surround ed and tho company in Support of him have occupied the untiring of forts of his manager Mr Under wood for mouths Messrs Buehler Lanphear of Chicago have palmed and dosign rd a series of jweulu pictures which uro said to excel anything of the kind over displayed on this conti lent It is historically correct the Arena tho Campania and the views In and around Rome being intro duced with absolute fidelity to tyro best authorities of what those fa mous places must at that time have appeared And so with everything presented Tapestries draperies armors and costumes are sill from designs drawn from exist- Ing monuments and most reliable liistorlcal data In addition to the oom leteness of stage production Mr Griffiths manager as surround 31 him with one of host com pauies over called out to the support a tragic star i 1 tiI w i INCHETERFACTORY No block powder shells on the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In formity and strong shooting qualities bura fire and waterproof Get the genuine UJIWINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO New Haven t am ii PleasantiotaKfe Y Laxative q r S rDp 2JttiP i NATURES CUBE FOR CONSTIPATONI h t AsklYour Doctor J llJtheLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etctYour money will be returned if you do n J e it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf w T E EST GRU BRIHS AND LIQUORS fJ LOWEST PRICES JOHN DRISCOLLSl VISIT NOAHS ARKi And let us supply your wants in Tin China Glassware Toys e1 It t From an entirely new stock t3 consistent with goods oft r BEST QUALITY i t J 339 Ann Street Next Door to Gayles Drug Store l a j4jj44- J1oIi r L I 1 Ioci l J f I 4 Continued IJlfiy OF JUDGE LYSANBEB HOBD Monday February 8 Morning a little cloudy but more calm and a little milder At 780 started out went to postofflce no k letter Went to Blackburns ho not up loft my card Went to upssee Reagan this morning and know if his subcommittee wojild report to full committee toaayand if so whether they would report an ap propriation to Kentucky river Messenger returned answer that Williams said ho would attend to it Went to Clarks room found him hehadhe would be for us Returned to J RIggs House saw Williams He roturnedIBIIf me he sate Hubbell If rdyesterday and had a talk with jh talkedfavprabiybut gettoBee ntheF L Cleveland towhom I hud membNClnrl r mrletter VIIeengun Reagnnhe withWillisstirred up Said he had this inorn ing boon trying to see Konna but he was not in his sent Williams and Chiles seemed to bo in good spirits After supper went up to National Hotel and saw Reagan who Informed me that his subcom mittee had taken no vote or action on our appropriation that it would come before the whole committee I asked him when the whole cMxnlttee would meet ho staid f oclock tomorrow morning I tpld 4 rp1qeiIi whn we appeared before them fie said that was a question for the qommitteo to decide I immediate V ly went to Blackburns and finding him absent at Democratic caucus I wrote and lefton his table a note In substance telling him what Reagan had said to me reminding him that we hud been heard by but four of Ihe committee and that the whole committee was to meet to morrow morning at 10 arid that I desired him to go before committee and got for us a hearing before full committee That I wanted him r and Beck to state our case before the committee and I regretted I bad not been able to 509 him And as all the Kentucky members were at caucus tonight I had no oppor tunity to see them So I returned to my room I wrote to my wife that as some of the friends thought I ought to stay and see it through I would not be able Ito leave for a few more days i Tuesday February 4 f Started early this morning on the rounds to notify members of meet- ingj of committee at 10 Went first to Durhams found him Just fin ishing his breakfast told him of meeting and what Reagan said t Asked him to be there said he could not that he had a committee i meeting at 10 Said ho had talked with Konna was afraid we could do nothing Went thenqo to Black i burns met him and Stoddard Johnson Just coming out of his house He said ho had seen my card and would be there but again discouraged me saying we could get nothing this session but wmld go to committee at 10 I then started to Becks No 204 Pennsyl t vania avenue east near two miles front Blackburns When nearly there met him told him of what Reagan had said and that committee met at 10 Asked him to go Ha excused himself saying he was then on his way to moot Carlisle by appointment on some legal busi ness I think Before going tff flecks I had boon to Riggs House and tpld Williams of meeting He said he would come A little after io got to committee room got in order for two copies of Fitzhughs survey and went down to docu ment room and got them went back into committee room In a lit tIe time Reagan and Blackburn came in and some uthors of com mittee Blackburn said to Reagan he wanted committee to give Shaler c a hearing on Friday of 1 or 2 hours and we would trouble them no farther Reagan said he would lay request before committee and let us know As Blackburn and myself chine from committee room we mot Hubbell of Michigan ono of subcommitteev who had previously heard us in committee Blackburn told Hubbell of the request he had made of Reagan I remarked that I thought Ken tucky river was entitled to something Hubbell replied that Jio it as much entitled to an appropriation as Kanawha This1 me ome hope Saw Turner at Capital Ho said committee would hear us on Friday at 10 oclock Iwent with him to tele graph office in Capital and he tele graphed Shaler to bo here Thurs day that committee would hear him Friday morning Returned to my room and wrote to Craddock I Wednesday February fi This has been the first idle day I have hail A little after day snow coirimenced falling and then sleet and rain it very sloppy awWilliams at Riggs House this nfl iiri He said he thought ho hailotTiCaldwell up to the point but Caldwoll had seemed to be tak- Ing no interact and knew very little about the subject Wroth to W J Chitin r would draw oh him for 25 as friends have Advised nip tore main longer This money to bo raised by contributions of friends in Frankfort At wrote to T E Harvlo mfbrieflobterns tb what I had done Thursday February 6 Wont to postofflce and thence to Riggs House saw Williams Who told me he had talked to McKenzie and thought he was getting right and would come to committee room in the morning Williams said ho thoughtCarlislo was tbou right had promised to be at committee also Saw Turner at Wljlards he gave mo a letter from J P Pryor also copy of Yeoman ofTuasday Went up 1tSCnp1Mlni1t1cii1Je fbnit Willis Boonoy Qhtrita and Durham also Beck and MdCreery all promised to exceptCreery MQ committee After supper tiventup- to Wif lards to sqe if Shaler hail come did not find his name on register and did not find Turner while there in conversation with John OhilesiWllliRnis came android nte Shaler was a Riggs H ns Went up there Immediately and saw him Williams in a short time came up and we bad a very full andfreetgik with Shaler arranged to meet him at Wlllards at O86 in the morning and proceed thence to Capital Friday February 7 Morning bright and auspicious Wont =up to Willards at 825 saw Turner got 4th Volume Geological Survey Went on to Riggs House found Shaler had not stopped there Saw Williams came buck to ViII lards saw Turner At 930 came He Turner and myself walked up to committee room in capital None of committee or our members there First came Dur ham then Blackburn and Col Johnston then Cnld well then Beck and Carlisle then Willis In the meantime members of committee came in viz Reagan Felton Rob erts Dunnell Hubbell Bliss Ovor ton and Kenna Eight out of eleven Shaler Turner and myself had arranged by points written down by Shaler the branches of the subject td be discussed by Shaler Reagan called committee to order Turner introduced Shinier to committee as a body who then in a limo lecture of tyiyBO to 50 min utes discussed the Improvement of Kentucky river relatively to tho manufactures and commerce of tho Ohio anti Mississippi valleys Upon his conclusion we all bowed to committee and retired Before Slimier commenced Col Johnston took his seat beside me holding in his hand the Yeoman of Tuesday and asked mo who had written the communication about Carlisle and Kentucky river im provement I said I did not know He called my attention to that part of it which said that except Turner none of flip Kentucky delegates had done any thing for the river remarking that he did not intend his paper to be a medium of giving Turner al the credit of what had been dome and doing injustice to Jo Blackburn I said to him I know all about what Turner ard Bjackburn had done and I did not intend tiny Injustice done to anybody I remarked that Blackburn had greatly discouraged too in all the interviews I had with him saying we could got nothing etc The Colonel seemed unnecessarily excited I thought Ho said ho did not want to have any antagonism with me but he intended to set the matter right I told him that I wanted no antagonism with him or any of the Kentucky delegation tint above all things I wanted harmony und cooperation with them After we retired from the Committee room I went down into House and itnot having met and seeing a vacant chair by Carlisle I tooka seat by him We soon en tered into a discussion of Kentucky river and his intention in regard to it He said he was not opposed to Kentucky river Ho thought un der his construction of power of Congress Kentucky river could and hadIsmall unimportant streams had been male Wo had a very friendly discussion bf the subject In which I told him what I thought our delegates ought to do They ought not to stand back and see our money taken and used to Improve other rivers without making an effort to get something for ourselves etc Being anxious to heir the ofIfoundLolllysation with a gentleman not mem her qf committee I spoke to and took a seat by Col Washington litrk11e said he supposed I wanted to know what committee hull done Of course I isles llefavorable converIIHe replied they had agreed to give us 10Q000 for which I bowed Washington after Reagan wont out told me that was doing rqmarkably well under the eiraumstaricos that lIt would be followed by nppropria tions from year to year until we got enough to finish the work I spoke of the large amount we had paid governmpnt since the war and the little we had received He said the reason of that wits that our delega tion had been invariably opposing all appropriations and bills for other improvements and asking nothing for Kentucky and of course she had got nothing I went down to telegraph office In capital and telegraphed W J Chinn that committee had agreed to give us 100000 I returned to room mind thence to office of Pennsylvania Central andbought ticket lflGO for Frankfort to come at 740 tonight ReceIved telegram from W J Chinn to check on him for 25 Went to Capital to see Turner not in house sent my card to Willis ho came out showed him telegram and asked a note to some bank or banker saying I was all right He did pot know any bankmon gave me 26 which I am to return to him on my arrival in Frankfort Came back got my dinner went to book store and bought Lord Bacons Works 5 for myself and Camp bolls poems for my granddaughter Anna Brown Went to Ponys corner 9th street and Penn sylvania avenue and bought a cashmere dress for my wife 10 yards for 10 partially packed up for leaving Paid my hotel bill 2080 from 22d January to 7th ofI February inclusive Concludedj PNEU1tONIA PREVENTED Among the tens of thousands who have used Chamberlains Remedy for colds and la girppe during tho past few years to our Knowledge not a single case has resulted in pneuomnia Thos Whitfield Co 240 Wabash avenue Chicago one of tho most prominent retail druggists in that city in of this We recom mend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe In many cases as t not only gives prompt and complete recovery but also counteracts any tendency of la grippe to result in pneuomnia For sale by J W Gaylo druggist INTERNAL REVENUE COL LECTIONS Deputy Collector Jacob Swigert has collected Internal revenue taxed iq1lotusgallons 11018585 aomunt of tux I Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE l jI LOGAL TIMETABLE dnP No111 ulxd if No 8- 1PMI No1 Pins IDalb Except Sunday = 100 940 660 LvFn1l1crorc Arl ilio 710 015tillmf t 8tetlnwntovl1 f lMtl56702 Ehctrtrn 1107 1185 401 710 1100 649 840 155 un 726 5tampIngiromtd loflO 82J- r 203 416 726 DuvuU 1043 6Sl 810 216 4J 791 Jobnson 1087 626 800 280 428 740 Georgetown 10IU 6 7M 900 484 750 C Depot 028 617 760 = 448 807 Newtown 958 =466 81u Centervllte 945 566t510 Elizabeth 940 550 610 890 ArParls1v 980 uA connects with L t NjYB connects with connects With Ky central j Between Frankfort and 11 AM AN Pf J1o 940 Lv FrankfortAr 1l20 710 185 746 Ar GeorgtlownLv lU23 617 r 5H3 700 Lv 000 townAr 10276501 720 1005 Ar itnc nmttl Lv 4 t Ay ChrIstmas NQvelties We opened this week our line of noveltes for Christmas and have by flu the largest and most attractive display of these goods wo have ever shown The richest and most Varied line of Medallions Ever shown in Frankfort These range in price from 25c especiallydesirable ent or wedding present We display a few of them in our windows v We Also Have Games Books Toy Books Knives Pocket Books Umbrellas Calenders Neckties and hfufllrsin great varietyI It will be to your interest to make an early inspection of our stock while you can make your selections in leisure and have the choice of the most attrac tive articles R K MCCLURE t SONI212 and 214 ST CLAIR ST j RATS EXPENSIVE Mr W J Scottow time Ann street merchant had a shot brig containing 8450 carried off by rats on Friday night After a close search hofound the bug Inn rat hole and recovered 72 of the money Rats are quite an expensive luxury PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely Info oration given Mrs Long of New Staitsville Ohio prevented a dreadful tragedy and two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many remedies doctors but steadily grow worse until urged to try Dr Icings Now Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and silo writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of pneumonia Such cures are nositivo proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for cur ing all throat chest and lung troubles Only 50o and Every bot tle guaranteed Trial bottles free at J W drug store CHANGE OF TIME We are advised by time receipt of a new time table of a change of time for the morning train No 41 on the Henderson Route to 810 a m for leaving Louisville This change will enable passengers from this section who desire to go over that road to points west St Louis etc to leave here on tho 550 train and reach Louisville InHine to go straightthrough U7 jNo4 1 Ai t tN w311x1 640ht Cincinnati P + ift SAD SUICIDE X ttMr Thurston Cohorts son of Mr f George Cohorn of Switzer this titcounty comimttod suicide at his boarding house in Lpuisivlle onf J rtakonTuesday last Young Cohorn was well known here where he had beenr iemployed by the Frankfort Su burban Railway and also by the t Frankfort CiniohnatijjBailway 3 STORY OF A SLAVE To be bound hand and foot for J Iyears by the chains of disease Is + the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester t tells how such a sloyo was mucle free He saysIIMy wife loss been jcouldJfemnle 1 ousness sleeplessness melancholy r headache backache fainting and r dizzy spells This miracle working 1 medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down peopleEvory a bottle guaranteed cents r r Sold by J W Oaylot druggist itDRAWING PLANS t havingplans ffto be erected on the burnt distrjofry corner of Broadway aril St JCair streets ifir Leo LO erwmtlhJuJ lustling young theimlmtns and specifications v l t 1 r ji