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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i TEE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT t GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance VOLT XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 22 1900 NO I5 h COUNTYri The following Is the official vote of Franklin county as cast for Pros z ident Governor and Congressman at the November election 1900 which we have just been able to get I PREQIliCTSI Bryan MoKinley Bwkhnin Ytrkcs Trimble Btoll l tr2OITciIOjuilhoiixo nt3 U3 rGupitttl WI lain tublo4 Ibli 1421 7 iii llI 2I 1IBellufnlut II 07 1172J tOI tiOOr ftiff A u74 08H 1I- ofjl J If KenMIimnwiorltv j 117it J20 COUNYTY VOTE lTti+ YorltJot Trimble r Crutc rA ahoOILouso i HtClitij Forki Ikhorn rlIM lrHwit7Pl 43 Thorn Hill W luJ 87Pllkl4Elmville J2 Ut ItSwullow1ltJld lit 121 rJ 1i ill 3Flnt48CtdlrJOEulloYH t Utterbiiykg 8 us 83 k2 t aiTotal pii t 2072 2060 Sq w Dutaocratio majority a11i 1184 il8a soTotal lty 1834 Total county vote 2001 t 2900 Totnl city and county 1050It904 111aIJI Democratic majority 1070 THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY The Democratic primary electron Ifwas held on Tuesday last and closed one of the bitterest and most shameful campaigns ever conducted In this county Whisky and monoy flowed as freely as water nnd as high as 40 was pn f a BJnale vote The price ji1srRtlit P ivt I each in the mor1Ih1 tj rtljj ually up until it reached tiio abpve The money was paid for thdso ilolfPe tnsiopanly and brazenly ais If there were no11t5 lIBiahjl sucbI thingsrOviid wctJuesB It wont fc or state ofatftilPPitttl14gpg as even better of citizens cbnfloriCf slioh conduct Or trdat it as- a matter of oours The is the votels 1SUi1ll11od up between the diiFoTaiit AIrJWowl1UGeoPdlIgtlolb pItlflllt IJ i f County Clerk k N 33fSlnftll H n B f iH6vnrd Johnson 1Q18 Sinifchs majority r JBB Sheriff t A G7 Joffers 1007- Lv tTWiey Be1 L lIlqfihnlk Joffors plurality r iountyAbtgrn JatfT J ford v 1422 vi C Marshall St1 Fritrik M Dailey 412 T Biter Crockett Y 25- 2t f Uuf ord IK plurality r rr 0 2- 1Il I 11Lllo1r iiVI L Lawrence 7591 I R t Crutohei x1846 LIWI Bees majority r 250 Assiis or- Ambrose Quarlds 1800 Duvallc1QUIrJos plurality 450 fa County Suporlntondont w Ilss Ruby Pattio 1287 JL D Stuck r 109- lS R O JouottI 48- 3j Pattles plurality 108 ofC r nul John R Graham 1210 Fi G Hutchison U20 majority mH s Grahams ySuivoyor r T K Jott 01 LU34 State Senator JB H Taylor jr 1623 Wm Cromwell 1187 t Taylors majority 441 Representative ipr J 0 UoblnHon170 wM Franklin 890 iRoblnsQnsjnajorlty D08 I t Magistrate Jity Goo B Thompson 438 John S Harrod 885 Thompsons majority 188 Oonstable pity Bob Crockett iH Davis Harrod 251 18iJas Eplor 2oa Robt Button DixThonmson l I JPyJll1rl lib J l5i Constable 2d strict 8ti7Iflgi Iq lJJs fi ttIH QSJ3WmChllluunq 179 J Drnos 17- 1CirlihalYsIYlurnlty 6 I f a JLffJi ttiit t t W S McDaniol 100 Tandy Leo X76 Luoslnajavltw x16-S uw Magiitrat0lth jDlgtrjot J A Moore n 105 Jos Allison 175 Jeff Peters 85 Birdie Harrod 205 HarVddS pltualtiprI T Constable 4th DlitrJct J B DhncanI v llM 3271OMagistrate ill District eIJ D Parker S Nr11sloyr 177 Parkers majority r 89 Constable 5th District Ed Duncan 289 There were several surprises for the knowing ones especially in the vitae for County Superintendent jaifor magistrate and constable FRANKFORT BOY GETS JIIEUEIBy a City of wo that our young friend Dr Samuel finyroI Rodman of this cijy has pointed assistant surgeon in the regular army by President MoKin Joy Another illustration of the filet that Frankfort boys always get to the front We congratulate him upon his preferment IT SAVED HIS LEG LaChang4Gamonths with a frightful running sore on his leg but that Uuoklons Arnica Salvo wholly cured it in ton days For Ulcers Wounds Burns Boils Pair Piles Its the best salvo In world Cure guaranteed 2orI Sold by J W Gnyle druggista- F I I j tlig Roundabout IFor VBNS GIFT It was Christmas eve Ina hovel cold She sat In her poverty And her oyes were red As her fingers sped The needle on through the silken fold Of the garment held on herldriee And the bleak wind blow gainst the crocking door And In where the glass was gone In the cold and damp By the smutty lamp And the sifted snow on the naked floor She shivered lind toiled on Ou a narrow had in the corner lay The man of her first esteem And hid drunken snore Sinote her hearts deep coroIWith theniofnpry of a bygpne day And the wreck of her lifes great dream There ills threadbare coit and his jWereAnd the muddy ooze On his soleloss shoes The path of Ills wayward feet be trayed frlh5 tale of a wife s despair She finished the garment und laid it by A gown for a scene of mirthWith lier thin hantls pressed To her shrunken breast And her head bowed low with a tleopdrawhsighS She gazed on tho cheerless hearth She thought of hdr youth in the I farm house old The joyof her wadding morn Of the cozy home In the twilight gloom lnclUlO lhnd lane whore his love wii5 told IAlid the thrill of a life newborn fiwlti Aril 1W iouJll inIlllll Aiid a love that doubly warms 4nKbo felt tYie clasp of her hobo nJqh Atnt Uolose to hot Breast ifpympyndJnground Rqse 1lriqlPlm wltli thy help T Je s r f Tai i t ij4llothors hqart kriows t II Io r S1tjoughtr bf the lily nvhen theii home was sold tire Tojaayoir anothers debts W they cane to town With their he1t bowed down An storyvBiiu ort il y t tlie world forgets rSlid slowlyTtros from her chair and- Went i Alnd stood hythe narrow had And her heart once more yitlvtho love pf yore Swelled full ln her hronst as a stream longpent And the pang of her sorrows fled swimtthe lamps dim light IUnt d It pale find white clasped her hands with a HI her feet again Thou she caught him close in n wild embrace Oh God can it surely bo But his brow was cold With a clammy mould And his lips moved not on her stroaniing face Nor answered hm1 hearts de pair And time bleak wind blow ainst tho crooking docu1 And in whore tho glass was gone dumpIAnd the snow on the naked floor Sho sat till the Christmas d wn I NOM D PLUME ll I t f r Vtl M SAFFELLi C W SAIpLI J SAFFELLS Staple and Fancy Groceries J China and Glassware Fine Wines and ty Whiskies f r ff 3 We ask our cityand country friends to callat 212 l f Apn Street and inspect our goods y M1 affe Sonit PLYMOUTH ANDPITTSBURI lam jroueivin and unloading now 75000 buslwls ofIfleshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsbiirg Goal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is JalJeIand clean aiw l they shun have my personal attention Hoge Goal and Feed Company 1t W li HOGS Proprietor Telephone No 7 Ah Good Xmas Presents Fancy Rockers Fancy Chairs Book Cases Ladies Desks China Closets Sideboards Folding Beds Chiffoniers EaselsI Screens We have the above in large assortments and at prices lower than any houset1in the city GEORGE H STEHLIN Furniture and Carpets i j I ti1ERSOi ALS I thisnlllesAMr W J Ttnvi of WooXflukpwn I1n the tiny Sqturdny MllYfleldflt vlllo was hero Saturday reIiitI LibortvwasMere Mrs A Rollins Burnam was tho guest of relatives at Richmond this week StampingGroundt week toStdays Mr H Clay 71110 was the guest of relatives here this week visitedtrlendsand Sunday Mrs O Wondall Long nee Har relativeshereMr Frank Chinn who made a business trip to Now York City has returned home Prof Lucien Waggener of Dan- Ville is the guest of his uncle Mr J L Waggoner KnpxvilleTennwedding this week Mr O H Pollard of Jackson was here on business with the gPrpfI ithis morning for Russell Yille to spend the holidays Mr W O Davis county attorney onJebralI Rev W L Warts was here t attend the his father Mr M R Wayts on Tuesday Mr Marcus H Cromwell of this LoxJngtonRichmondKyaattonded s the guest of Mr T J Jett LouisranMrwere in tho city on Tuesday Dr R P Buckmaster and Mr Hubert Vreeland visited friends in 1 Woodford county on Tuesday r State Senator John Barret of Louisville attended the woddin of his brother on WednesdayS Miss Coralie was the guest of her brotherinlaw Mr Vtfa Cromwell this week EGeorgeare visiting friends in Louisville Mrs J B Eastinof Louisville is the truest of her parents t C W Merchant and wife in this city Miss Lilla Clugston of Fayette county Is visiting Miss May Cromwell near Jetts Station this coun ty MStampingr 0DlacktheZoulsvIi1eCampbell was here on Wednesday might 1tiss Sarah Alexander of Pleas mreville who has been the guest of friends at Woodlake has returned 7 rhome m Msrs Sam E James who has been EHaynefir s ed home of 1 T 1d n McClure of Hopkins MrsHelenSouth Sideht Dr W H Averill attended a Lexingtonf l ihiiroh work Hltheir aunt Miss Eliza Overtoil have returned home Ifvisited ed inauguration and reception of Governor and Mrs BecJdmms1 MaJ A TJ Wood of Mt Sterling delivered an address pu elVI Mr Sam XShaokelford and wife j tITudrooms at the Capital HotoldlJudge E C Oreartho now Appnl late Judge has rented tho hand some residence of Dr Hume and will take possession January 1st ui invey thtMr E Watson Taylor who has 4 bson living in Cincinnati has rb tltons rjj1 4 I J l RODMAN SON i I I IIa11I No 45 Bridge St South Side q i t i CarpetsRugscordially invite pur 1 J i Old Friends and New To visit us in our new quarters All S Goods Cheap At Cost and less than CostIg IJ r h L RODMAN SON 14Irai fi Mr Harry Graham of Greon ville Miss was called here bY the- o death of his mother Mrs Margaret Graham and retunied homo Wednesday Mr Thos L Clark of Louisville relnt1veshere inhealthMisses AnnSarah son daughters of AdmlrnllCrit havengone to Washington City beentheW Daniel and wife has gone to Chicago Ills to join her husband and make that city her future home Prof G F Winston has rented the big dwelling of Mrs Lula B Long moor corner Shelby and Second and will move the Winston chool to larger quarters January 1stCol Geo B Harper General Su perintendent of the Frankfort and Cincinnati Railway has rented the sidence of Mr Geo F Berry on Shelby street and will bring his mother to this city and go to house keepingMr M Taylor General Ticket Agent Union Station St Louis Mo who has been visiting cityforplaceMrs risen from an obscure position year ago to General Ticket for the Terminal Asso elation Union Station Pure candy all flavors LangdonLrcasy FIRST LECTURE Sterlingdelivered dentsof the State Normal School Kentucky Friday night Doc Law 14th on the subject Liberty and From time immemorial he 8u1d countrieshnvenot only liberty of body bu t lib1 arty of thought as well Ho said that the right to freedom of notion and thought presupposed govern ment and the protection of ones limofwas first organized are not known The time is but place by most historians is beI UoIIbeuntiful lawgiverMosesdents the study of this illustrious oflgoyerl11nent wrenchedtMugnuClmrtncharter with the common law is tho greatest boon that has come to peopleHo Amer for liberty from British and of the liberty bought by e blood of both the north and tho for the colored people of this country He remarked that liberty and license sago not one and the sumo and noted the difference be qon them- Ho pufdj tribute to tho courts of Kentucky and declared them to lfbertiesregardIliberty the highest respect for law the full recognition of a benign and overruling Providence HavensGeneralE Hume mndebySoft gum drops only 5rfc per pound at LangdonCreasey Co 15lty Y MVC A RUMMAGE tSALE Tho Y M C A at their next meeting next week will probably arrange for the Rum mage Sale1t postponed some weeks ago Coated tonlueIsThen you have a bad taste In your mouth every ippetlteIstresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres old and retliable cure PiillDont take a cathartic dose and then stop Bet ter take a laxative dose each night just enough to cause one good free move ment the day following theevery yourdyspepsia I headaches pass away your tongue clears up your liver acts well and yotir bowejs no longer give you trouble Price 23 cents All druggists III shave taken nils for 35 years and I consider them the best JtOOdUnnhuvo javtr tried Mrs N B TAIIIOT A Martin Arrlngton Kara 7GOlOSTAGG BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fall Hardware f f T 0c Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement izMeat Cutters Leaded ShellsfI 1 Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove tPipe Lanterns Matches FamilyI RoofingBarbed fA i Stagg h IjJ BY THE LeCOMPTE GAYLE CO cecrcGJSTS socrTI STaE FEAtfXFO r 3Dnys before dhristmas A short time in which to make a of goods suitable for giftranking All our goods moderately priced This is a good time for inspec while the line la unbroken In addition to some daintly little novelties specially seleoted we invite attention to our very complete stock of tistaple and useful articles which large fH uge of pnhchaaersKodaks RochesterI Lamps Picture Frames Card Cases and t Pocket Books Fine Perfumes Velvet Balls Graphaphones and Supplies Triple Mir K r rors Nunnallys Confections Velvet MoIlasses Candy Panoramic Views of Fran kfortDec t4 vff t i 1 OR School for Boys and Young Men who wish to study tr1 Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short i Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic J i The college in located in one of tho most healthful and refined neighborhoods in Daviess county remote from all temptations and diatraotiona of or town Not one of our graduates has failed to suonrc8Igood position Catalogues free Reopens September 10 1900 J E Gardiner A M Pres I j July216m CURDSVILLE IC- Yla ttjJ TO TOAST THE GRAND MASTER For some years it has been the custom of tho Knights Templar all over the United States to assemble at the sumo hour Christmas morning for the purpose of drinking health and offering a sentiment o the Grand Master of the Grand Encampment of the United States and in conformity to that custom the Sir Knights of Frankfort Com mandery No4 will meet at their Asylum in Masonic Temple at 11 oclock Tuesday morning for the purpose of observing this ceremony Every member of the Commandery not the hour 11 a m HIS LIFE WAS SAVED Mr J E ft prominent citi zen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a fright saysINothing helped me I expected soon die of consumption when heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave grout relief I continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest ours in tho world for Regulartles free at J W Gayles drugstore overy bottle guaranteed The biggest produc tion of the season will be Sherlock Holmes Dec 26 1rw i1 Bacon iJ SPECIHL HNNDUN EIDENTI t = Ellendale Commercal College tNar on FratersI Myjto 1 t rln Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 gardenTroedbygrape vines small fruits and everything needed about the home coun 4 t rookbOttomapplication Oct toxLEXINGTON Kr Dr Caiyft CtnuuifoB rowtfersi areijust a horse needs When In bad i condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They areJ10t food but 0 medicine and the best use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25jcents per package ftLeCompteu PIANO TUNING AND REPAIR ING JkJ r Give your piano and organ work to John G Angus he is one of our 4 citizens and as good as any in thel 1State Orders should Dr Averlll Nov 24lm i J WANTEDTwo reliable traveling M salesmen in each State permanent position salary and expenses ex perienco not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works k 1 Greensboro N C 26mlq J Mixed nuts Jumbos and sound LangdonCreasy r ENGRAVED CARD S tIItLeave orders for engraved cards etc at LoOompte Gaylo Cos ii 188t i FOR HOARSENESS Beni Ingorson of Hutton Ind says he had not spoken a word above a whisper for months and ono bottle of Honey and Tar restored his voice It is used j lfTacomoor W MqKeo Hardio i f i lrpt 1 Ii i tt i r 4lt a Li Fopthe Christl11as TradeI f tI ri9 r ttl Tpys Just then thin Jf please the children Baskets in great variety li m Hamburg and Vienna rrv Lather Novelties i jr Purses I Card Cass V v Ip r Mirrors Cc j arilti2 r J DdOBNSON COtP1b 3111V1al11 tt jri r 7 DEATHS ii W A Y T S In Georgetown on i Tuesday Mr i 1i aged about 70 years Mrj Wayts iii was n former citt en of this city removing to Georgetown after the ImilltMHe leaves n widow twoson Bev Willis L Wayts of West Virginia rfRQd Mr Wm Waytfe of Louisville Ltand one daughter Mrs T Bronston a Ray of Nashville Tenn and a iilarge circle of friends to mourn his tity were here o1rtoi GWINAt the home of her sister i Mrs Maria Carroll in Bllglmmp1tanNrL1oct20 Mrs SOwin widow of the W Gwln of this city Mrs Gwln was well known and loved by her friends In this city where she had lived so long She leaves two sisters Mrs Maria Carroll of Blnghampton N Y and Mrs Catherine Rogers of Winona Minn and one brother Southcf cago Ills to mourn her death1 kAYANAUGH At his home in LeComptes Bottom Henry county on Monday Dec 10 Rev Peter E Kavanaugh aged 68 years of pneu monia Mr Kavanaugh was a son of Revh W B Kavanaugh and a nephew of the late Bishop Hubbard H Kavanaugh of the Methodist et OhurchIMethodist Church and was beloved for his many fine qualities He 4wits a brother of Rev H H Kava naugh Jr who wits Chaplain of the Kentucky penitentiary lntil his f DR PIERCES Sf ioden Mel ice l Discovery 1rtIhad suffered from indigestion t6 and only those who have suffered S from it know what it really is 1613EastN YtlI had severe attacks of Ti headache and dizziness with cold i hands land feet everything I ate distressed me bowels were consti 1ypated and I was growing very thin and nervous I cannot half express the bad feelings I had when I commenced taking Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I took rt nine bottles of the Discovery and several bottles of the Pellets I commenced feeling better with the mprovingIr health my friends often speak of it I most heartily recommend those medicines to all suffering as I was for diseases of tlAeStomacIv Mrp 131000 Nerve and Lu 195r i I Remnant Sale of Silks and Dress Goods stillon All go at half price- Handkerchiefs for your Sisters and yourJ Cousins and your Aunts All prices v Kid Gloves at Special Prices fop Christmas death He was also an uncle of Mr Frank H Kavanaugh present As sistant State Librarian Some two weeks since ho was in thls city and in his usual health which however had not been robust for some time A few days after his return home lie was taken down with pneu monia but rallied and was consid ered out of danger when a relapse set in on the day he died and he sankrapidly until 11 oclock at night when his spirit winged its flight to its eternal home The funeral services were con ducted at his home by Rev W B Godbey on Wednesday Dec 12 and the remains were interred in the family burying ground on the old LeCompte farm he having married a Miss LeCompte HOW TO CURE CROUP rearAlnOniasays Chamberlains Bem edy is the best medicine I have overused It is a fine childrens remedy for croup and never fails to cure tt When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has developed it will prevent the attack This should be borne in mind and a bottle of tho Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for use as appearForMATRIMONIAL SHYG A I N E SIn this city Shyrried by Rev R L MoCready- Mr Shy is a son of the late Mr W T Shy and is a handsome and manly young felloV He is manager of the Old Crow Distillery Miss Gaines Is the second daughter of Mr John W Gaines and is a petite and popular girl SANDERS CHUBCHrOn De cember 10th at the homo of her father Mr T M Church In Oak ville Texas Miss Clara Belle Church was married to Mr William Leo Sanders of Phoenix Arizona Mrs Sanders Is a granddaughter of the late Mr John F Churc- hNORTONCARPENTERAt the residence of Mr John H Trlplett in this city on Wednesday Dec 10 Mr Jack Norton and Miss Ella Carpenter of Waddy Shelby county were married by Rev George Darsle About five years ago I was troubled with catarrh of the lower bowel says C T Chlsholm 44 Dearborn Avenue Chicago and although I conRiiltod several eminent physicians who proscribed for me I found remedies failed to in any way relieve mo andtho trouble almost became chronic After suffering several months I one day concluded to try Chamber lain g Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea youthntprised to find after taking two doses of tho remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that had cost me so much trouble and annoyance I urn thankful to say that I have not guttered from it Gayledrurg1ft1070 CHICAGO NDRETURN The Motion Route will sell tickets to Chicago and return from Louis ville at 1070 and other points in Indiana and Illinois as onaand onethird faro on December 22 23 24 26 81 and January 1st good re turning until January 2d For time folders and further information IIM dross E H Bacon D P A Mo nonRouto Louisville Ky l The New York Evening Sun said of the production of Sherlock Holmes There are hits and hits but the hit which Sherlock Holmes scored last night at the Garriok Theatre can only be described as unusual Hero Is a play partly melodrama and at the same tim one of the most original pieces o stage craft which an America- dramatist n has produced a pla that is bound to lay the whole city and the whole country for matter under its spell The plc as a whole is practically a newj Sherlock Holmes story with which Dr Doyle himself has had very lit tle td do Mr Gillette furnishing plot incident and almost all in the play except the idea of the world famous and ideal detective Jt bristles from encl to end with Gillettes own points It will thrill anyone who still possesses a spinal column To its very last moment it keeps you in suspense From the rise of the first curtain to the fall of the final one there is not a second when the aotionjiags At Capital Theatre Dec 26 24 hours Cincinnati to Jackson vllle and New Orleans Queen Crescent Route and Southern By PAINFUL ACCIDENT Mrs John riioy night operato- for the East Tennessee Telephone Co met with a painful accident on Wednesday morning She tripped and fell in the exchange and broke her left arm in two places at the wrist Surgical attention was rendered and she Is doing as well as could be expected Got your tickets early for the next Big Orchestral Concert 2t HOLIDAY RATES ON SOUTH ERN RAILWAY Fare and a third round trip be tween all stations Tickets on Rule December 22 28 24 and 25also on December 80 and 81 and January final limit of till tickets January 4 presentation of certificates signed by superintendent principal or president students of schools and colleges ban secure the above rates December 15 to 21 1000 limit ed to January 8 1001 Southern Railway has three trains dally and Louis ville Further information given by any agent Southern Whe don Pass Agent 280 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky ST Swift City Ticket Agent Main street Lexing ton Ky Wm H Tuvloo Assistant Gen Pass Agent JJouisvllle Ky Croseent Molldtvy Rates faro and onethird for the round trip from points on the Queen E Crescent December 32d 23d 24th 25th and Hist und January 1st Spe cial hates for sale to college stu dents returning homo for the holl days Auk ticket agents for partic ulnrsIW C RINEARSON General Passenger Agent Queen Crescent Southern Ry and shortest Cincinnati to Florida t ICutC lass and China in Beautiful designs t for Christmas a n d Wedding Presents X The NewostJ Frames and other Pidturetf Frames in a number of styles Posters and Plaster Casts t lr j Cough FORKS OF EL1 HORN IMr John Holton and wife of Shelby county spent part of this week with Miss Mary Holton Mr Morris Brock of Friars Point Miss will arrive home this evening to spend the holidays Mr Ed Jouett and wife were thei guests of Mrs John C Bridges in Frankfort this week Mr Ed Warren of Bath county was the guest of Mr Costigan last weekMiss Elizabeth Adkins has re turned from Georgetown to spent the Xmas holidays at home BornTo Mr Dare Metz and wife a sonElection is over and many disap pointed men left visitedtMr R L French wife and chil 1slissyThe mull from Georgetown to irregularysome one ought to report to Uncle Sam Rev Harvle of Georgetown Col lege has been called ut Buck Run Church where he will preach every first and third Sunday A KID 8K days Cincinnati to Paolfio Coast Queen Crescent Now Or leansand the Suns it Limited PROF FROGGES ADDRESS Proto S L Frogge Superlnten dent of City Schools made A short talk at the Y M C A on Sunday afternoon It had for its theme Have a Purpose and was appropriate and forceful It was such a talk as always does good It was greatly enjoyed by all present popularrfor the orchestra concert on Jan 24 2t REMOVED TO NEW QUARTERS The Winston School closed on yesterday for the Christmas lOU days and will open again on the second day of January in elegant new quarters Prof Winston has secured the handsome Turner place on Second street now owned by Mrs Longmoor and will take pos session January 1st The Winston school has outgrown the building it now occupies Boys Look Out The Mayor has issued orders to the police to arrest aid prosecute any one caught fining giant crackers or pistols The Mayor will enforce the ordi nance and the boys andmen should have n care and keep out of the clutches of the law for Mayor Dehoney is determin ed to put astop to the dnngerous missies this Christmas The boys will be showed to shoot the small crackers Roman can dles and sky rockets 4 Now service Queen Crescent28 hours Cincinnati to Shrove PullmanSlgepers t a ANNUAL MEETINGr Thursday next Is the anniversary of St John the Baptist and the 1t annual meeting of Hiram Lodge No4 A Y M for the election of J officers will be held at thu Lodge room in Masonic Temple at 730 oclock Every member is urged tpP be present t VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS ff t Are grand but skin eruptions rob life of Joy Bucklens Arnica Salve nndfever fi corns warts cuts bruises burns scalds chapped hands chillblains best pile cure on earth Drives out pains and aches Only 25 cents iJ 1Y4J J A GOOD THING COMING r t Jthethe engagement of Sherlock J1 Holmes at the Capital Theatre Dec 26 The Blanton Bros have worked hard to build up the repur M tation of our theatre and should beI complimented on obtaining this magnificent production We hope rej every one will show their appreoia tion of the Messrs Blantons efforts fjl and reward them with a crowded tf house Putnam Fadeless Dye Purple iV the brightest and fastest known 3 purple and is quite fast Qn Wool pcIg Silk but like all purple is not fast 4JjbyCrtfer Observation and Parlor CarsA trnlnpIQueenand Plant System COUBIEBJOUBNAL SUED I Rev John W3 l miiclf Gjjtfrgev town brought suit in the Jefferson circuit court against the Couriert Journal on Wednesday asking 25000 for slander It will he re membered that Mr Stamper was ii witness In the Powers case at Georgetown for tho defense in iwhich he exposed Wharton Golden s his brotherinlaw The Courier Journal made him the subject of several slanderous articles In keep- Ing with tho way things were con ducted during that trial kCol W C Owens and Judge R C Kinkend are the attorneys for Mr Stamper and in the potltlOl1t set out the articles complained of t youCough f aCoughCronpWhoopingCough and Measle without faiL Mothers praise andBronchitisOonsumptIon It gives quIck sure results Price 25 eta Refuse the dealers substitute j it is not as good EBulls SyrupAlways LlveTre r J Ir IAiW Tfia Frankfort Qojfio Entered at the postolllce at Frankfort Kentucky ns secondclass mnilnblc matter Tr GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT DEC 22 1900 A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING One of the prettiest weddings of the season twos that of Mr Win Frank Garret and Miss Ellen Wood ruff Johnson which was solomn l5d at the Motljodist Church on Wednesday afternoon at 5 oclock by Rev J II Savage pastor of the- Ch oh- The church bountifully doc orated with pihnX and was filled with the friends Of the contracting V partiesMr t Is tho youngest son of the late Hon Win F mid Mm Margarotta Brown Barret and is a handsome and popular young man Ho is also a half brother of Hon Tack Barret State Senator from Louisville He Is employed In the Civil Engineer department of the Kentucky river under the U S r Governmentf- i Miss Johnson is onoof Frankforts prettiest nnd sweetest young girl tho laughter of ho late Mr W SUvpleton tend Mrs Kato C John Non anti a nloooof Hon Ef H Pay t 4pr Jr They are both groat favorites in our bust social circles I Miss Rebecca Johnson was maid of honor lulu Mr Mason Brown Barret best man The bridesmaids wcfrp Misses Anita Berry of Anita Springs Elizabeth Haxelrigg of Frankfort Mury Lylo of Louisville and Mary Hondrick Swigort of Frankfort The groomsmen were MessiMj John Mason Scott of Louis ville John M G Watt Henry F Lindsoy and Mason Preston Brown of Frankfort Little Miss Elizabeth Rankin Taylor and Buford Hen thick jr were flower girl and boy There was n reception at time homo of tho brides mother after the wed ding and later Mr and Mrs Barret loft on tho C 0 train for Louis ville and will take quite an ex tended bridal trip to tho eastern cities Tho presents wore very numerous find exquisitely beautiful in the latest designs of eat glass and silver After the return of the happy = + IN rmttt I Thai cough tI i Hangs On I I allk1 I dies but it does not 1 1 yield it is too deep II seated It may wear i T itself out in time butt fit is more liable to I = produce la grippe 1 pneumonia or a seri Ious throat affection j I You need something I f that will give you I strength and build f f up the body f I SCOTTS t EMULSION j everythingI 1 about it It nourishesj 4 c I strengthens mak s the body strong and = healthy not only to throw Ioff this hard cough but to againstII run down or emaciated you i I should certainly take this 1nourishing food medicine i = IM iKtfiMilliinislM i5CQTT UOWNB Chemists York l L mttttttttts young folks they will tilled rooms with Mr Frank G Stag r anti wife on Second street puth Side The heartiest congratulations are ten d rod DoWitts Little Early IMsers are neverfallsystemKee Hardiu SAD DEATH On Saturday morning last at an early hour Dr Alvin Duvall jr was found dnclln his rodm at tho homo of Is mother on Steele street South Side He was n genial talented and accomplished physician He had filled tho position of Assistant Phy sician at the Eastern Lunatic Asy lum and for several terms that of City Physician Hotiwas about 88 years of ago and unmarried He was a son of the late Judge Alvin Duvall His health had been poor for some time and hlbx death was not a surprise to those who know him best The funeral ceremonies were meted from thofamily conIMonday morning still the were placed in the family our cemetery When yQti need n soothing and healing antiseptic application for any purpose use the original De Witfs Witch Hazel Salve a well known euro for piles and skin diseases It heals sores without leaving n scar Beware of counter 1IcKeeOLD TIAI PLAYSi An effort is being made to havo some of the oldtime plays as per formed by Frankfort actors with Frankfort costumes reintroducod at the Opera House with such of tho actors us are alive in their orig inal cast I Mr J B Dryden in Bombastes Furloso and in his rendition of Ten Nights in a Bar Room were wont to draw crowded houseo The play of Wm Tell was performed in a stable with Dr Phy thlan as Toll The boy vas re quired to dodge to make the apple fall as the archer was not an xpert l The Tell company cleared enough to declare a dividend of 25 cents all round except as to ono man and as Mr Tom Ford was usually dilatory in attending rehearsals ho was expelled so as to make the 25 cents go around even Mr Drydons famous electrical shock to tho dead man in Ten Nights was a decided success and as Mr Noble Lindsoy says was considered a great joke in those days When the stcmnch is tired out i must have a rest but we cant live without food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you oat so that you can eat all the good food you ant 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 Hurdle BADLY HURTi As she was returning home on Tuesday afternoon Miss Lucy Pat Ac Superintendent ofI County tother out of her buggy There was a long gash cut on her head requir ing thirteen stitches to close up Dr John P Stewart was called and rendered surgical attention It is a great wonder that she was not Instantly killed SALESMEN WANTED Traveling salesmen wanted for next year Experience not absolutely necessary Good permanent position For full particulars ad dross Pocahontas Tobacco Works Co Bedford City Virginia 12m BILL PASSED The bill to divide Kentucky Into two U S District Courts passed the lower House of Congress Monday by a more than twothirds majority It had been reported favorably by the Judiciary Com It will now go to the Sen ate and thoro is but little doubt but that It will pass This longdolayod justice will done our State and people Help is needed at once when a persons life is in hanger A neglected or cold may soon he comu serious and tdiould he stopped at once Ono Minute Cough Cure quickly cures coughs and colds and time worst onHos of oroup ron chitis grippo und throat axial Longmpoorv In the whole circle of experience in the clothing business wo never before handled such perfectly made and such correctly tailored Overeoat From the lining of the pockets to the cover of the velvet colar all find every thing shows the work of Experienced Workmen r Mens Strictly All Wool Overcoats 750 1000 1200 1500 and 2000 Boys want stylish well made clothing as well as men to come to our store because they know we have the correct b yles for boys Because Wl have better J boys doming than the other stores dont think that our price are higher Boys Suits ttl50 to 500 18ltr IJU5nNS Corner Main and St JaIe if U9 Stalln- pOvrCrrk billTAYto y9 WHISKEYEXCELLKB BOTTLED IN BOND THE WHISKEYS IS TiiRCORKTHe GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAYLORIS FORILLUSTRATEC E H TAYLOR JR SONS DISTILLERS TED FRANKFORT ICY LR NGrOURH WING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbjfibin Quality and Flavor Are ANY BEERMADE QUATO THE LAND GALL PItOIHUC1 KentuckyIndustry P 0 ROBINSON FIullkrJt Alt Sept 2ly a 44 4 F 1 JEM i i FLOUR i 2 The Finest Made Anywhere Patronize Home Institutionse m THE J E M MILLING CO s 1 J N MILES Sec Treas iAug 18ly 4 4 4 + ++ Oris1Ma BUgBfS r Will save money buying at Scot tows My stock largo and varied When you buy you got them at lowest prices Decorated lamps shade or globe 1 day clock warranted 2 years 13 80 hour clocks 00 cents photo medalious 25c and 60c vases 6c jOe end Ifio Also a large variety of useful and fancy articles suitable fo Christinas Watches clocks anl jewelry repaired 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand 1WJ SC OTTOW Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Sliipstuif corn Oats jind Lily 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 MISTLETOE BOUGH AND FARCEImho ladies of Ascension Church Guild wiir give a rendition of tho Mistletoe Bough about tho mid dIe of January 1001 for tho benefit of tho chapel fund- It is hoped that thoro may ho a largo attendance Who exact date will bo given later td- THE BEST SALVE tN THE WORLD IIs Banner Salve It is nmdo from a roscri tlon by a widely known thoIscalds ulcers running sores tan tl all skin djseasoB is nnthinu 80 d Longmoor I W MoKoJlonUe I l ISEE 1 ANTEEI fIIT yi KodolDyspepsia CureV Digests wht you eat It artificially digests the toad and aids Nature in strengthening aud reconstructing rthe exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest aut and tonic Ho other preparation can it in efficiency t stantly relievesand permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache Qastralgla Cramps and all other results Imperfect digestion k PTICeSOCand1 Largeslzecofitata82l4times small size ookoll ab Prepared by E C DeWITT 6 CO CblcaQO i SOUTH IONGMCOB W McKEE HARDIE ui IloEimiinlions upon Residence pation Travel and Oc IPayable lit 60ld PaldUp Insurance Ualucs SEE 11now Important ftatur OF- Union j mntsala Policies tOF LIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY from date of issue Urace In iPayments Qasb Ualsts- Loan Jabs t Extension of Insurance- By terms of the 111ainc nonT0rfciinre Law c A Every one of these privileges is definite and clear how and tatnlytoldexist as lo oles for misunder standing but everything is explicitly set Vn tmeovrvocat an fllt FTER Three years UNION MUTUAL IPolicies do not become void by Failure to PaY Promlunun the MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW comitlnuingthelnsurancoforaspoctfi andTpffurtionTOIIN R TODDzAgcmtj v Does it Pay to Buy Cheap jA cheap remedy for rouirlis and r colds is right hut you wnntlClJrithliiK that will relieve and cuiothe t oft t you do Go to a warmer and muroIregular climate Yes if possible it not poaslble for you then in either r take the ONLY remedy that hUH jleen introduced in nil IJJJ f1 rounIwith snewa in soverethroat jluiur troubles Boschces German ItyrIJp It not only heals and stim the tissues to destroy the disease hut allays inflammation 6Icauses hast expectoration gives a good nights rest und ourea the patient Try uno bottle Hecom mnny year by till druggists BIIlolmes i if qkJ y i KENTUCKY CROP REPORT S DEC 11noo charion 20th and after by heavy rains tt which unused the streams to over flow their banks and by which 41 much loss orcorn on low bottoms was occasioned The timber and log mon In tho mountains lost heav lly also of logs tics staves etc Theraln was a blessing to ninny fti farmers as It revived the suffering wheat Holds and furnished much peed cd stock water In many places 8 Nearly all the correspondents say rY fthnt the early part of the month i vas too dry for tho wheat crop and that the rain which followed was spfi t greatly needed On the whole this xirop Is below the tonyear iCvorage in condition the figure being 899 Twenty percent of reports mon kv tlon damage more or less by Hes t P shin fly This pest seems to have gained a foothold this fall which tiN antsy prove serious in the spring In seine counties the crop was so bad 1lowedJttrand meanffrt7 if there is no great development o she pest in spring The late fall hast r boon beneflcialto late sown wheat EVwwhich will escape tho winter brood fly and has the best chance r ito escape damage Mn spring Al r j pr08jipeotishgo wheat crop in the State nex IV enlIW irThe condition of live stock is en r ouraging though quite a number r cholerfita t blackleg among cattle Jt seems 1t that we are never quite free from Ytlielie affpotions of livestock bu- 11 t there seems to bo no malignant firm of these diseases and tho out breaks are confined to limited r tro- nstOur Knott county correspondent reports that farmers are trying win fter oats quite extensively and are pleased with the outlook a The substitution of stock peas an Soja or soy beans for clover is be Coming so common as to cause com ment in many portions of the State From Henderson county comes the following The clover crop of bftr county is getting to bo a thin of the past Pie farmers are goiu- r f wild over stock peas which are tick V Ing tho place of clover both for hay pears Jyear p Anothom report from same countyo yaII An Immense loV6f pen VV r planted I like the N pens they take the Bogs to the X Butcher A A number of reports of stock peas Ijeing sOwn from Caldwell Shelby AVarcori and other countie1 tThe condition of the crop of lover represented by 78 per cent as boinrnrod with average cause farmer to look elsewhere for soiling crgpii tobacco crop has cured in the VJ barns Without more damage than Is t6Ult It will be noticed that 1P per ki Cent damage from house burn is 0 reported Of this the greatest dam f nge 18 per cent is in the Third Di Istonetnbraoing the Burley die trict where the crop was large and necessitated crowding in tho barns L The crop was lighter in the dark fc district and it yU be noted that damage from this gnus e is reporte only 6 pQr CQnt The quality of tobacco uropJf nqt quite up to tho 4iveragd Corn is not turning hit so good Fund sound as was oxpoctqd It Is mld to bo chaffy in many sections u6l rotting more than usual in others Correspondents reduce estimates Wasting Willow Furniture and f Wicker Chairs Gold Dust Washing Powder and warm water Use a scrubbing brush when wafer becomes lent tolled get fresh follow method but mutt be wiped dry quickly abola taro or tin booklt K MtriANK OAIato It LiuU Nw YrOlon of condition somewhat A stl1 further reduction in made In the number of feeding hogs from 848 November 1st to 78 December 1st No more reports will bo made un til March 1st 1 B NALL Commissioner A cold cough or la gripp6 can be ff nipped in tho bud with a dose or two Of Hono and Tar Bewaro on substitutes South Longmoor W McKeo Hardie- RELTOIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALCHURCH Rev B L McOready rectorHoly ComiTunionJifc 9 a m Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a In Evening prayer and sermon at 780 p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 045 a in Wednesday evening prayer and Bible Lesson at 780 oclock- 1o all those services tho puqlic are cordially invited Seats tree BAPTIST CHURCHRev1 B Adams the pastor will preach at U a m and 730 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool in the chapel at Young Peoples Society will moot at 680 p in chapel Seats free and all are cordially in vited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rov Goo Darsie tho pastor will preach 11 a m arid 780 m Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 Eliza Marshall S joplcUfhc Glory of Christ Junior Endeavor Society meets Frfday uc 880 in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 f The public will bo cordially wel corned to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH T t usual services tomorrow conducte- by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 a m High FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J McCluskv Blayney D D the pastor will preach vt 11 a m and 780 p m Sunda school at 945 n m Young pIes Society of Chris Prayermeeting Wednesday even- Ing at 780 The pulblp cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will preach at 1i n m and 780 p m Sundayschool meets at 980 a 1m Epworth League iri Sundayschool room at 645 py m- Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 76ITho public cordially invited to at tend I SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m Sundayschool at 9oO a m Society of Chris tan Endeavor meets at pm To all these meetings the public is cordially invited You cant afford to risk your life by allowing It cough or cold to develop into pneumonia or con sumption One Minute Cough Cure 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 iblo remedy for croup Children it and mothers endorse it dSouth Longmoor W McKee Har die Every patron of th Capital Theatre will enjoy Sherlock Holmes Intensely thrill V tity I Housework is hail work without GoMDust theyIdryWhite uousewoirawt forf tlibt otptSundayg details SPLENDID OUTLOOK It Is a cause for profound congrat ulation that the outlook for the business world In this country is of the very brightest We give below as illustrating this an extract from the New York Evening Post which in its market review says fllmt the general position of American finance is extraordinarily favorable the simplest summitry of current phenomena will show Almost unprecedented prosperity In the south witnessed by this weeks 50 per cent incrjitse In Now Or leans bank exohin83 revival of active and profitable business in the Iron table proved by last months decrease of IS per cent In vlslblo supplies titter 12 per cent Increase In weekly output a huge voluma of mercantile Industry in progress railway earning increas ing over 1899 In spite of the short spring wheat crop and tho fact that comparison is now being made with the period after last years advance in freight rates nil theso indices are now HS strikingly In evidence as at the close of 1893 On top of all and Impressing the average imag in vtion more than all other Inci dents of the day is the astonishing exhibit sot forth with each successive month of the countrys foreign tradethe practical bearing of which Is necessarily to place the nations Industry where no perma nent and serious reverse is possible so long as tills huge miss of American capital remains available on tho foreign markets rThe journal quoted belongs to the querulous and captious class but peon it Is unable to see anything whatever calculated to give alarm Dont forg t Sherlock Holmes Dec 26 TO THE PUBLIC rushdservo the public and give better satisfaction to every one we ask that the few instructions named below be followed as closely as possible toNtheyare properly wrapped in strong heavy paper and tied well with strong twine All glassware must in straw or some good pacing and placed in secure boxes plain1ymarked inoyeryInstnllcohouse All bqxes should be plainly marked with brush 8d Do not forgot ono cent for revenue stamp on receipt which must be given If these instructions are carefully toiy COIA Charming Entertainment In the ball room of the Capital 81Iof Frankfort ti euchre dnnce Progressive euchre will be played until eleven thirty when refresh ments will be served and lifter this the room will be oleared and dancing will finish the evenings entertainment Beautiful prizes hove been secured for time winners and a full orchestra will furnish inusio for the dancers Fifty cents will be the price ofadmission The game will be culled promptly at 880 Following are the com mittees appointed from the chap ter DishesMisseMrs Ed Samue- lRefreshmentsMrs + 11 J Dud ley Mrs S D Johnsou Mrs D Aldridgo PrintingMrs John H Stuart LuayleIMcLeanIMrs Sere Cards Miss Henrietta Blackburn Miss Patty Burnley Miss Luoyle Lillard Cards and Music Mrs L B Longmoor Mrs K S Grant Milk and Cream Mrs Alice Blnnton Mrs Susnn H Pooro Mrs Cassandra Lewis Mrs Robert Wilson Mrs Burbridgo Blackburn Mrs Stephen Black Mrs Thog Stsolo Miss Bossie Lewis Miss Fannie Lewis Miss Lena Bonton Miss Virginia Fogg Prizes Mrs S D Johnson Mrs JGray McLean Mrs John H Stuart Miss Henriotta Blackburn nooeptinJhe members of the Tos H Lewis chapter i W I INCH ESTER1 NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Ujleformlty Pleasant totaKeN LaxativeS NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipa ion as they bring about a a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete euro ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nuot like it better than w any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS25o AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf TBE E3E3J1 GRUOERIES AND LIQUORS T LOWEST PRICES JDHIDRISCOLLS I VISIT NOAHS ARK And let us supply your wants in Tin Ohira Glassware f Toys c1 From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of BEST QUALITY O o i 339 Ann Street Next Door to Ga ales 1 kr t Drug Store V 4tiIy j ifr i I What Time Is It ct tine Crud We have you need wise to come right you what you are from this we to show you our you are buy or not 4 X i + P S also wish call our fine line some in wood and iron cases a DONE f With n heart full of sorrow we announce the death of Col Thomas Bodinan sr aged 77 years Col Rodman wins the second of Col John and Mrs Patsy Rod man and was born at New Castle Henry county where he grew to manhood By Industry and frugal i ity he rose steadily and became a prosperous and merchant 18C3 ho removed to this city and In with his brother 3tlr Jos L Rodman established the dry goods house of Rodman Bro They did a fine Some twenty years ago Col Rod man was elected President of the Farmers Bank and at its head until that institution went into liquidation Some ten years i ago finding that his duties as Pres of the bnnk required his uh divided attention he sold his in in the dry goods business to Kfs Foe thirty years he served as a member of the City Council of this city But hotter t than all he had been u devoted and member of the Baptist Church for half a century He was known throughout the State beloved and honored for earnest to his faith and untiring zeal in behalf of its interests His heart and hand were even open for the relief of the poor and the distressed and no worthy one was ever turned away empty handed from his door He was a model son husband father brother and friend He was the mainstay and bulwark of the First Baptist Church of this city a constant attendant upon services and until sickness inter vened never failed to be in his place as a in the Sunday school Some months his health gave way afSd he was compelled to confine himself to his home He gradually away until 4 oclock on yesterday when the r tired hands were folded the weary eyes closed and his redeemed spirit went over to greet the loved ones Son the other shore The State the city and his church has a loss He leaves one son four daugh r ters u large number of grand children two brothers and a vast of relatives and friends to mourn his death He was our friend when we needed a friend und remained as such through all viejlssitddes and we lay this slight tribute of uileerion upon his bier take place on 2 clock from the First Church and the re 1 mains will be interred in the family 4fpt in our cemetery Fire works at olli sale price at EiangdonCJreatfoy Co lG1 l fJ Itt0 u t i tt i+ 11 11 I lit is the Right Time Now of our stock This will a good time to get acquainted with these advantages Oar ulid +I has been more than ever before and we are w havrj lh most perfect assortment I1 of Watches Diamonds Jewelry Silverware Cut Glass c ever shown Frankfort r Sterling Silver Novelties Desk and Manicure Articles 25r SOCJ 75c 100 125 Hook File Cuticle Knife Nail Brush Tooth Brush Letter Opener ldtter Eraser Pencil SalveBox logne Bottle 250 Sterling Handle Bonnet Dusters 509 Sterjlmgi3ak Hat Brush75c i t Holiday Jliocks Gold Clocks Porcelain Iron J3ronze Opera Glasses Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses Gold and Silver Handle Umbrellas Fountain Pens Tea Sets Water Sets Dessert SetsForks Knives and Spoons in Silver plated that wear advantages completeness thoughtfully Ladies ftiISohdfjmovement the goods and the way herethen know precisely bilyn gAside l are always glad goods yhether ready to f MA SELBERT Reliable JewelerwrtWe to your attention to Clocks specials black i 1 LIFES LABOR popular conjunction business continued ident Iterestbrother GeorgetownC working adherence teacher faded morning sustained great throng Sundayafternoonwill Baptist 1 J confident Clocks Clocks Clocks Silverware CHRISTMAS SERVICES The special Christmas Eve muss cal serivce which was so largely ate tended and so greatly enjoyed last year at the Church pf the Ascension Episcopal will be repeated on Monday evening next at 780 oclock A prominent feature will ho the solo of Mr J MVanDerveer in A0anig 0 Holy Night ImmOtlhivtel- yfollowing this service will be held the Christmastree for the Sunday school The only service on Crist day will be at 11 oclock a m when the music will again be a special feature under the leadership of Mrs Z J Montgomery the organist and choir director St Catherines Guild has decorated the Church more elaborately and beautifully than ever before and a cor dial invitation is extended to all to attend both services The musical programmes are as follows r Christmas Eve Monday 780 m Processional Hymn 60 = Angelf from the Realms of GloryJas Montgomery Anthem= The Wondrous Story Adams MagniflcatHawleyNune OffertoryO Holy NIght Adams Sevenfold Amen Stainer Retrocessional Hymn 660Ho usanna we slngHodgesC- hristmas Dyll a m ProcessionalHymn 490Come all ye faithful Oakley To Deum FestivalDudley Buck JubilateSlluey Anthem= The Sacred Story Adams Offertory Hark the Herald Angels SingAnclentS Sevenfold Amen Stainer Retrocessional Hymn Mont gomery Our line of Xmas candles cant be equaled in price and quality Candy for and poor Go to 2oc per pound at LangdonCrensey Co 15lt NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS The woman who is lovely in face form suit temper will always have friends but ono who would be attractive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all down she will be nervous and irrl tajjje If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions anu a wretched com Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regu late stomach liver and kidneys and to purify UIA blood It gives strong nerves smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a goodlooking charming woman of a ru Only 60 cents at W Gaylos drug store BIRTHS SIMCOX In this oty on Wednes day to Col Jos L Simcox and wifn son ii tl FRANKINEWS FROM THE FORT Y A C A- New Years day will be a special social occasion at the Young Mens adding in this city Open House and a social good time will be the program for the afternoon At night a public reception will be held both ladies and men being cordially invited The Ladies Committee will serve refreshments The free social Saturday night lunch established last Saturday will be repeated tonight and every Saturday night hereafter The feature was highly enjoyed The members with their men friends are cordially requested to take advantage of this pleasant means of social development The gymnasium and bath rooms have been unusually quiet this wcqk Ion account of the boilers being oJt repair It is hoped that the Roller will be in readiness byto night but it is quite uncertain its it has not returned from Chicago yet The Literary Club Is growing In interest The Merchant of Venice will be discussed on next Friday evening The sessions are open to vlsitorj State Secretary Rosevear of Louisville spent n paof Wednes day in the city looking after the in terests of the general work rind reminding the friend of the State Convention to In Louisville In February A largo delegation is expected to go from Frankfort An examination in Bible study was a feature of last nights Bible class Mr T H Slaiilter Is one of the soloists engaged the artist concert of the Cap Theatre Orchesi tra Jan 24 2t Question Aiswered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thought of using anything else indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scars and they seldom heard of appendicitis nervous prostration or lwarf failure etcThey used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested rood regulate the action of the liver sUm ulate the nervous und organic action of the systet nnd that te all they took when feeling dull and bail headaches and other aches You only need fa few doses of Greens August Ffower in liquid form to make yousatisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by SB Holmes 4ly Queen livos extra fancy only SOc bottlr at LangdonCreasoy Co 1 61 Many have oast confidence and hope art well as health because they thought their kidney disease wile Foleys Kidney pure lw a positive cure for the QOUrf1Jt and disconsolate Take 1lcooftJ t 4 + + 4 ITo buy your Christmas Presents If you i 1 have never boajjht from us you do not j F know of the we offer nor the be prepared in 1847 Rogers Bros Knives ftndFoks QO per set r rBaby Bracelets Sterling Joe Diamonds and Watches Ve have in all trades of S fi Goldand Gold Filled for Ladiissand Gentlemen j Silver Chatelaine Watches 400 k 1250 r x 1 exactly is will of son In his its since lifes mas p run J for dis d IN rEMORIAMI Mrs Margaret E Graham President of Baptist Ladies Aid Society died Dee 121900 Died how strangely sad Oft times the coining events cast no shadow before them A few weeks since and Aunt Mag was the delight of II devoted family of children grand children and friends without num ber the faithful of a church and the joy of her associates But ere one month had run its round she sick ened and died She has gone num bered with the dead clad inthe habiliments of the grave she lies cold and lifeless in deaths narrow house We will not wish her bad again since God has seen fit te transplant our sister to his throne we not murmur nor complains While we grieve for her absence our joy shall be that U earth hath one sufferer loss Heaven an Angel more Resolutionspf Respect At n meeting of the Baptist Ladies Aid Society on utter noon Dec 14 1900 the following preamble and resolutions wen adoptedWhereas It has pleased the Ruler of the Universe to call from her earthly labors to the eternal refreshment on high our sister win has been long endeared to us as a most zealous friend and falthfu l President of our little band of Christian workers therefore Resolved That in the solemn bereavement we are admonished anti taught the great Importance 01 preparing to meet her in the Heav where we trust and believe she has been admitted Resolved That eye will over cherish a deep sense of her many virtues and endeavor to imitate them Resolved That in her death a pil lar of strength to our Church and Aid Society has fallen the community has lost a valuable citizen and her family a kind and affec tionate mother anti to them we extend our deepest sympathy in this their great Resolved these resolutions be transmitted to her family recorded In our minutes and pub lished In the city papers MRS M L CAMPBELL MISS GEORGIA TODD MRS A GARRETT Committee Feelings of safety pervade the household that uses One Minute Cough Cure the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results It Is for coughs colds croup und all throat and troubles It will prevent consumption South Longmoor W McKee Now is the time when croup and ung troubes prove rapidly fatal The harmless remedy that OneMinutepleasant to take and can be relied upon to qulcldYoure coughs colds and all It will pre vent consumption South Long moor W McKeo Hardie CASTORIAFor Tki Kind Yen Hays Always Bweht Bears the Signature of t f nt rbt- 4tr GREAT THE lIt HINDIPORESTOREf VITALITY Well Mn- i of I f i Ifa RENCH REMEDY producra the above re in 30 days rrutytrvourDebilily jntporraqS 11Jsscs I fjhooda man for business or marriage Easily carried lit 6lrozesfayby ixvtiltcn guarantee OR J Ii h4fll For Sale f tr doAlliinbler H offered for tt4APPlY y titthi office r SOW Peas Madea tIFOI WE nAVE LARGE TOCKS of these and aiL other Seasonable Seeds such as German Pearl nHteti Seta sad Velvet beans Seed CerasTeettatc Sorghum Etc Write for prices and laterestiugcatatogtes WOOD STUBBS Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY Fresh crackers only lie per pound at LangdooCreasey Co lb1tA Christmas a suggestion One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a ChrIst mas gift is the latest improved sweeplerm and what a relief from that worrysome old broomlOnly Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction J R Rogers Sons dee llytI t J JflrtfJ Rlley Plo 1ontlGeo Denny ViceProsident J A Et yi Secretary and Treasurer W P Pnrrlsh Accountant 27th Distribution of the 1EXIN0TON INVESTMENT C p NOVEMBER eat 1000 I f r Qr4fi88PAYDOUTCQupdns Cancelled by J A Edge W P Parrish prOUR GROWTHt Amounts Paid Certificate Holders io September 1H1 8 l 4581 80 October 18 8 16G9 44 November 1808 50H 11 December 1808 7nll 68 January 18Uf t o895li 8U February 18SI9 11768 74 March Ibmt 147HB 11 April 18M 17510 79 May 1800 20642 88 Juno 180U iY 24282 79 July 2G6U 89 l August 1899 o88116 yiSeptember180U 88642 96 j 116601 8fj tt r LEXINGTON An tPd In AmtReod George Denny f83 00 SW 10 60 3- 1Aooumulator 44 80 182 Mrs P H Bedenger 60 84 60 Mary S r 91 00 68 00 George Denny 8460 IlyW t mesa Harris 4 20 12 60 080LnoD Shepherd 10 50 81 50 50Io Mrs Jennie Hutsell 2 10 80 P Mrs Elizabeth Sutton 080 18 00 Mary A McCloskey 2 10 680 J Annette Swlacrt 23 00 69 00 Mary Mllword 28 00 09 00 r F G Sparks 4 20 13 60 t2 Margaret ODay 420 12 60 V j Bowes 4 IB 60 Irs Kato Bell 3 10 0 80 Annie F Taylor 420 1260 Margaret Eeyes 3 00 6 00 S V Fry 800 24 00 120i00 00 0t80 00 Lena Gamble Tvj 210 080 Irs Q Zimmerman 49 00 126 Emmn B Rowe 310 Lr4 Sara 310 6 00rM E Lambert 80 00 90 00 Evitee C Herndon 1000 8000 Jail Burk 2000 60 00 s AL Paris 400 12 00 Mary A Lancnster 10 tO 8000 rs Ann Nloholl 600 1800 IB M 440 18 20 Hiram Kelsey JO 00 00 MIss 0 Overstreet 10 00 80 00 00tRlohard James 2 00 6 1 Mrs L L Trolly 4 00 13 Annie 300 6 Belle Rice 300 600 t3bas Tolbert 1060 8160 rMnry C Robison 880 690 I Butcher 10 60 8160 Henry 0 Smiths 10 60 SIM Julia Murohan 9 306 00 Marlah Smalls 2 10 6 80 Lannle Sbowes 210 680 Sarah A Banks 210 680 Emma Johnson 310 680 12den60 10 John 0 Ballard 2100 6300 Glary J Furneyl 210 680 4r8 E D Potts 1600 4600 Mary D Denny gOO 70 M Booth 460 I860 A M Miller 4 60 1850 M Bacon 180 640 J 0 Bally 4 l 1360 Joe Allen 4 I860 I860MatthewCarrie Brown 460 18 50 John J Riley 380 840 J A Edge 3100 6310 00r7 George F Copeland o 14 00 4200 00SimnrarettaJoe NolllS n 1400 43 00 U B Shepherd 7 00 2100 INDEPENDENCE F Katie Slmms 380 690 50AG 1160 8460 80Sr tIt Voss 11 00 saoo jr H Fohney 1160 84 60 TALLEGAJW T Congleton 121 00 63 00 WINCHESTER 680fIXlula S Winn2 70 8 10 1 JACKSON 1GL Mrs Emlleo Holstolm 11060 fSl 60 KASr00 03OO 1iJflr680Vrv 310 6 80 f CINCINNATI O Jftrt Cv VliraJ FRANKFORT r Irft L Green 660 1070 Ery RICHWlOND COPr000Vjjfv PARIS Oharlotto Frank 13 00 0 00 if To ophlneOlnpton 000 18 00 E f enry 0 00 18 00 t M Turner 4 00 18 00 iJLI10Y Stnoott 10 00 80 00G w SOMERSET K WH1o October 1899 86601 November 1899 Y 40H6D December 1809 4585l 45 January 1900 lOa 6 64 February 1900 65722 76 March 1900 60982 April 1900 68142 9W May 1900 77109 June 1900 84207 Jnlj 1900 90946 71 August 1900 97254 70 September 1900 lOB lOG 6fi October 1900 109110 02 MIDWAY Millie Lewis 10 00 8000 FALMOUTHgj 00 12 00 LOUISVILLE OClarn00Loul300ARnes 20A300WmJohn Palmer 100 800 AMyra 8H0 Adler 100 800 6C360Charlotte 00Chu800W0080VnjJessie TaylorM 100 80Q 18NameSara Gibson 250 1660 80George80Diyrn00 00 80Diinnie00 60 650O860S110 830 George W Brown 100 8 00 Wlnn 100 800 8Mary00 00 MDiaryAlice Black 600 18 00 9Dire00 00 8Fanny 00 00 D Roach 600 1800 800GeorleWhlte fJohn IAW G Martin 550 1650 IJoe IJL A Snauldin b 50 1650 50Janafl90JM18R60 W T Hawkins 560 1850 A Addams 11 00 83 00 lbA00 00 MOliverB P Doom 1000 80 00 15001NameBOYD Moore 12 80 690 ROBINSON 2580g1090HenrySPRINGFIELD fMissATWOOD F Stephens f2 80 890 HRStephen 380 600 COVINGTON SWFred Klaiber 700 gOrenoCrlglernnd Crlgler SZ 21 00 63 00 S 140 4 20 Weaver sI 40 4 20 Aunn Tones 140 420 E Deglow 140 420 20Henry viEaB Homer 300 10 80 Ada Long 40 4 CRAB ORCHARD KBurohg1JohnF Story 460 13 I MvenW Sebastian 460 1860 D h 1Yilde1 460 11 FnFtIWitt 10bJ II EaiUH 50 10 H JJtiin barren 00 D WoiB 80 5 40 H Ketnor 4M 10 60 M DDanlels 460 18 60IS1J PS ONE H S Pltlnger e4 13 50 MT STERLING JH Stevenson 460 1800 MIDLAND W O Plerco 50 18 60 KILGORE Dh T Hurdles 450 50 FRANKIO1tTPName piW H Posey 100 820WName withheld 300 820 F S Haff 8I0 4 80 A L Coleman fd 100 R B Willis 800 480 W Longmoor 400 6 40 J 00 60BBWm D NIcol 80 48 J W Nlool Jr 45 72 Polly Smith 15 t 4 Geo D Slander 45 72 S H HoBglns 76 120 Miss Pauline Hard In 76 Miss Mn Cammaok 15 Martha Thomas 15 Horlne Havens Ill Name withheld 75 Name withheld 80 48 Name withheld 80 48 HARRODSBURG Henrietta A Grain 15 Florence Graves 16 24 Annie Marshall 15 24 Sara E Thomas 16 24 B UeJonpu 15 24 Bettle Jackson 45 24 NnnnleOaksy 15 24 15 2 Martha Nloolls 16 24 Polly Howard 15 24 Mary E Scott 15 Annie I Scott 15 24Jano America Davis 15 29 lice Jenkins 15 eorgia A Clay 15 24 AnnaB Fife 15 2 Mary Adams if 24 Sarah Meaux 15 24 Sonnle Means 15 24 Alex MoQoe 16 24 Addle Clay 15 24 Jas Williams 0 15 24 J BuohnLow Harris 15 24 Iverson Wilson 15 4 Jennie Witherspoon 15 jM and H Williams 16 Mary E Hardin tt Charity Butler 16 16 24 Telethla Howard Ib 24 Lee Howard 15 4 Ella V Brown 15 Joan Miller Ifi alPnily Goo W Calvin 16 4 Luoretia Wilson 15 24 Martha Clay 15 a4 Sara Maze 15 24 Emily Grain 16 24 Martha Morgan 15 p4 G A Burns lbMaMartha B Agler MAndy Edwards 15 Frank Edwards 16 24Joe Bertha M Kenton 15 24 Hettie Hatton 16 artha Kondrlok 24 B BaUm 16 24 Elevlne Hudson 15 A Nettle M Ingram 5 24 0 and J Ingram 15 Howard Ingram 5 IElizaLaura Turner 15 24 Mary White 16 15o 2 6o6CaMoCowan 15 a Gordon 80 Morgan 16 W and A L Tyler 15 29tiVTn Ingurson W Graves 16 24 14blaAlice Cowan If 24 24MarrySusan Ann Dunn t 80t 48 24 Mary Logan JanD 24 Cowan lb 24 Mary T Nelson Frfnny Camper IF 24 NannleHelmf 16 24 4JamesSallie Anderson 5 24 as Anderson 115MSimpson iJennie Fry II 24 Saml Rice 15 24 Ellsa James Jobn Crutoher 16 Anderson Jones i5 14 Jewett Harlan 5 d Sidney Jones 16 DANVIILESO pSusan fKatiefAnnie94Willie24EllenNelson 15 24 VAGeorgia SjLauraASallie24RohelqnWashingtonlia A Carter 15 24 Jane gjLizzieMrEmnmTalbot Mary tfuHarriet03JanejjClaroncoHendorsonSoloman 15 24 Rosa ArFannyGOElileRodo Mary Carter li u Rnp n1 Wands v 1HiUisle Honker 14 Beiij Durham 24rllLouisa Meadowe iS 24 M1VLucy K Nelson 15 M 24HummhLaura Graham in 2 21VhmMLesfe24Ellzu24Pattie24MhrNplson 34 41Luoy14Ll7zleGeo Wood 15 24 21lL Bv Huber 16 34 24Delphln24Marlnn 24Ro 15 24 24 24 24GooAnna Boll LeWis 15 24 24Mahala24Belen14LuolndaPARIS 24PUna24NancySmall 00 00 24LlnnloFlVeman40Charlotte NorrIs 4n IDQi11e Love 20 a 3 GEORGETOWN 24LouIMLowlDan Pettit 40 64 IGo081yrn Taylor 20 24 Weldon 20 82 Freddie Craft i 20 82 Emily Davis 6 24 Ellen Rankin 16 24 24Eddie Ran 24VERSAILLES Sallie McCowan 15 n4 Marin Lewis 24 Margaret Taylor 6 24 Wood Coleman 15 Harris If 24J uhta II 24 Horace Hollker 15 24 Fanny Gill 15 24 Will Balrtey 15 24 Will Todd O 4s Florence Lee 6 94 Harrington 16 24 Roblson n Iii 24 Katie Fields D Robinson a4and Lampkins J5 Geo Ann Harris 5 24 Mahbla Long 16 24 Fanny Barlow 16 24 W Nurner 16 24 Sophia CasBldy 100 li- Mallnda Campbell 16 24 Cassell 16 24 Cassell 4- 21LouMamie Harris 15 24 Harris 16 94 roline Williams II Wanay Garnett II 9i- 24FrnnkSummers 24 24I24LouIRBettle 24 24 Willie L Smith 24 24JllntMnokAnnie Marshall ll 24 24Mattie of 34llyS9BottleLMaude L Mitchell 29 LAWRENCE KAN W RBrosfleld- Llllle B Smith t 98 INDEPENDENCE John J 80 i4 iNICHOLASVILL1i t Rachel 64 Lovenla West 49 M Mottle 64 Mary J Hardin Emily Dalton 40 64 Ellen Dennis 40 64 IIn Williams 4 04 Burnsldes 40 04 Burnsides 40 84 oYess Bell 40 64 T Miller 40 64 Georgia A Miller 64 Henry error 40 64 Emma Jnokson 40 M 4rton Hope well 40 64 of Walker Bradhurst 40 04 Patton 40 64 Bell 40 64 CiEffleClayborne 40 61 Woods 40 tl4 Gregory 40 04 Reed 40 04 Mary Mack 40 04 Susie Fields 40 04 nBirdieGray 60 06 Broaddus 20 Ann Johnson 40 S Korrlok 40 64 Heed 20 82 NMaudv3nlett 40 04 0 Grimes 40 JJjMP Jones 80 128 B Jarnmn 300 8 20 na Green 40 64 Morton 40 64 Weeks 3 00 8 Dodgo1 100 60 t Mrs Jonnlo Hutselll 100 I f0 10o Ayres 100 Isaac Graves 80 48 Mrs E F OJn 80 2 8S 111 Denny i 180 2 8 E Denny 40 01 Hester Taylor 80 M Donny 40 J EldrldKO 40 4 rs M J Durhajii 60 2 N F Penu 80 E W Herr 80 28 Geo W Dunlnp 180 2 89 Geo W Dunlop 2 8d 44t E C Caden 15 24iJohn Tones 15 Jane Smith 20 82 ary A Gormley 180 288 Walker r 400 040 t k K Walker t 00 000 fEE Smith rWKate pCIIVCIAATdR F Potts 80 28 f BROOKLYN N Y r trPain R Church 80 2 88 tMIDWAY t V titCEllen layers 40 84 Sam Cowan 40 Annie Cowan 40 04rLaura Olllves 40 U JPoUyF A tH 4ftJ4 84 84 11K Mol E Woshlnjrton 40 64 J Annie TbompFon 64 0 t IOscar AVhltehead 40 84 1lIUJI IiTRHARPSBURdi SaGeorpJane Fields 20 flanriiih Tones 20 BIiFanny JUnes 20 3a GOOD WORK BY CAPT NOEL 4GAINES Recently Cupt Noel GiiiUQS of the 80th U S V Infantry mode A told Upon the Philipinos capturing a lot of prisoners cattle o for which action he was commended as shown by the following orders s U S Signal Corps Curerpo de Senalea do Los E A Hdqrs i89th Infantry Sto Tomas Oot 81st A G Dopt Sou Luzoni y Minila A G 2 T Dist D Calamba On the 26th Inst Capt Gaines nInetynineb1efoners war and twentytwo dollars purSortlngnumber of certificates by revolu tionists in Mindoro Island with i others undoubtely establishing fact that were for sale and proceeds to be applieu to use of Insurgents on cattle and other information seized obtained undoubtedly conneot with parties in SUB peoted of this very to get cattle from insurgents to Manila market investigation and J11adelmmedlatelyI DepartmentHeadquarters Signed BULLARD 89th Infantry deSenales JlOOOLt Col Crane 89th Infantry methecattleyouselzed showthat t the bunch was scattered Native gotwordhad seized his cattle there Name tsome of the persons figuring in Nec8ssl0Reyoeone Pallcio C V Demeyugs Noberto Demayuga and on oneCabreraMlrlanoGainesagainst them Signed BULLARD Col 89th Infantry U S Slgnnl Corps Cuerpo de StoromnsThe man in charge of cattle olaimstoAiddehas confessed it a counterfeit and dollursforgery Ho had on person when arrested a big bundle of papers such as notes addressed to Satoro native of Imus also certlfl signed by officials of Filipino IindoroInYmanNobcrtoareholdlngthesoSigned PITCHER r r 64Maj 8th Infy Com PostE XINovomberRespectfully returned to the Ad jutant 89th Infy heartily congrat Copt on Attontloninvited withInvontorready for notion atLipn ARKERMaJ Christmas I ffoyelties yJUwill find no trouble in getting suitedat our store Our line of HOLIDAY Goods are prettier this season than any before especially in the 21 cent articles Our stock con sists of Dolls Pictures and Saucers 41 ST CLAIR THE OUR NEW SENATOR We clip tho following from the Louisville Thnesof Vednesdayi The machine was said to 16 against Ool E H Taylor in the Franklin Senatorial primary but ri n no way tof beating that good old grayhound has bpen discovered Holdfast is tv good dog but Runfast is a better Franklin never had a better Representative than Col Taylor vas and the Anderson FranklinMorcer district never had a better Senator than Jolt Taylor willbe11 V Will be WeJle think that Aris good Col Taylor has boon Senj before as the Times ought to know and made a good one as hp does qvory thin else he under takes The Cplonel carried 20 out of the 23 precincts in the county And the than that beats him for anything he wants hitsto git up early in de marlin and keep on gitton Many persons have had tho ex perlence of Air Peter Serman of North Stratford N H who says For I suffered torturo from chronic indigestion but Kodol Dys i pepsin Cure nmde a well man of me It digests what you eat and gives relief at once even in tho worst cases and cant help but do you good South LongmoorW McKee Hardie A BEAUTIFUL WORK We desire to tender our sincere congratulations to the management i of the Lxeington Herald upon the success of their beautiful 40page edition of Sunday last It was a beauty in both design and execution and does credit to any publishing house no matter t where located Sherlock Holmes is playing to crowded houses in every city And should do so here s DONNY BROOK FAIR The candidates for tliH several Offices before tho Democratic pri mary election had a regular Donny Brook Fair of a time at tluoGourt house light in this city on Monday f There was a honey of time I mob It was a regular circus with extra trimmings The most effective little liver ills made are Little I LI Vases Alburns Fancy Boxes Ink Stands Collar and Cuff Boxes Leather Umbrellas soc to 500 each Handkerchiefs of every style and quality andmany other goods presentsC STAT BRIDGE andI producjtion UIwere SouthddLoilgmoor largeline IFOR THE LITTLE ONES I1he severalchurches of the city as is the usual custom will glue Christmas entertainments for the children of their Sundl schools as follows The Methodists will have a Christmas tree at 780 oclock on Monday evening in the Sunday= school room 1ho Christian Chucrh will give a tree in tho Chapel at 4 oclockoil Monday afternoon The First Baptist Church will have a true in tho Chapel on Monday evening from 5 to 8 oclock The Southern Presbyterians will havp a fhb pond on Monday after noon at 4 oclock The First Presbyterian Chuorh theirIroom at 3 oclock Monday afternoon onI For tho Mission Sundayschool of the same church there will bo ani entertainment on Tuesday Christ mas lily In the Chapel at lieestown at oclock The Episcopal Church will have a Christmas tree In Parish House On Monday atocioclc There is no doubt but thatft tye lit andIIFOR PNEUMONIA rr Dr C J Bishop Agn w Mich says I 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 McKee Hardie 1TO BUILD NEW STORES IMr Henry Ringold is having tho plans made fop the erection of four new stoie rooms on the lot whore tho Old Dominion restaurant form ClairIDuvall the lot owned by hur next to his property for 1600 and will have his now buildings to cover that also Mr Leo L Obenvarth the talented young architect is drawing the plans and it is needless to say that they will be complete and modern in all appliances The cost is esti mated to be about 15OOQ A FRIGHTFUL BOUNDER barnIscali worldIourq on earth gtlarabtoedgIst f 9r WHERE TO ADVERTISE Some weeks ago on court day a gentleman tithe to this city anti went to Jockey alloy on a nice young bay mare A man asked him to allow him try the animal with a view of purchasing The gentle inan consented and tho fellow rode off with the niare a new saddlp and bridlo rho gentleman hail handbills struck and sent them out all oor the county but did not hoar any thing of his maro A fow days after the disappear ance of tho inure one awu1ng that description was found by Mr A F Kirtley in his lot on Hohrios street minus saddle and bridle Mri Kirt Joy put a notice of the fal tIn cur wholivedhere identified and got his mare Moral Advertise in the Rounda bout if you want tho people tQ stfe iit Secure your seats early for Sherlock biggesthouse great this performance THANKS We are placed under obligations to Mr J E Canfleld Secretory Of the Y M C A at Nyaok N Y for a copy of tho Christmas number of the Nyaok Star which is a beau tiful piece of work From notices in the paper we see that our friend is doing well and succeeding in the Y M C A work at his now home Cole and cough cures are num erous but the one that leads all others in merit is Fqloys Honey and Tar which is in great demand these days South Longmoor W MoKee Hardie SEND FOR HIM If you have a piano or organ which needs tuning road the ad of Mr W J Grunwald in todays paper und then send for him to attend to your instruments l 1000 WORTH OF GOOD A H Thurness of Wills Greek Goal Co Buffalo Q wrf s I have been afflicted with kid y and bladder trouble for years assing tlnt1ngiminoFoley Kidney Cure the result was surprising A few doses started brick lust like fine stones etc and now I 1ddnoysIKidney Cure has done mo 1000 worth good Take no substitute South Longmoor McKee Her die t Yr Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLEI- n Effect October 5th 1B39 II NO5j c PUl8I No1 === = IDIII Except Sui lay IuI lit LyiW ArSteilmiiitivii Etkhtrn 11j135 40 710 165 410 720 u 5talnpItc1rounil lln 205 416 720 Duvall 215 422 7S1 Johnson 2ail 428 740 Jeonwtown 1033 6ID 751 300 4SS 7511It 817 760 = 448 tW7II Newtowii 953 6oi =u al51K510 8SO ArParl Olv 930 5A0 connects with L N connects with AC connects with Ky Central === = I Between Frankfort and Cincinnati rMP AiLR100 840 LvFrarlkforttu HVQ 710 r 300 488 746 lU28 617 808 635 750 LvOeorgetownAr 1on tU6 550 7ID 1006 C1nclnnntlLv a30 409 r ChristmasNoveltiesWe S of noveltes for Christmas and have by far the largest and most attractive displayof these goods we have ever shown The richest and most varied line oftMedallions Ever shown in Frankfort These range in price from 25c espt3ciallydesirable ent or wedding present We display a few of them in our windows We Also Have Games Books Toy Books Knives Pocket Books Umbrella Calenders Ndckties and Mufflers in great It will be to inter6styto make an early inspection of our stock while you cast make your selections in leisure ahd have the choice of the most attrac tive articles R K McCLURE fc f f SONIn212 and 214 ST CLAIR ST FR JjJ J j PREVENTED A TRAGEDY Timely information given Mrw George Long of New StaitSvllle Ohio prevented a dreadful and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried ninny remedies and doctors but steadily grow worse until urged to try Dr rings New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of pneumonia Such cures are positive of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for cur ing all throat chest and lung troubles Only 50o and Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at J W GayleH drug store Attention- To prepare your sons fora tynsy life in this busy world send theta to EllHidale Commercial ColliFge near Curdsviile Ky The college is sit uated in a healthful and refined neighborhood Davies county remote rom the distractions anti t of or town Only instructoNllreemplnyedWithout are holding good positions Board tuition furnished room etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address J E GARDINER A M Pres Om TYEARS JiXlEIUK- NCKWfJ GRUNWALD Profotwlonul Finho and Organ Tuner antIIttr unlrer will visit Krnnkftrt every Leave orders GEORGE H XTEHLIN Dtp 2lye =IIxld 11 NOTICE W 4 CQUII8gpllronfa I ll N DefendantsAlporsols ostjts uof Sophronln Risk nre hereby n tl 1to appear before mo and e claim by luw present ihwn to me properly provenJon or before January 5th 1001 By o court 1 k POSErDoe0 NOTilCE Ti i FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Sidney Harrodd Admr Plaintiff I r John Harrodc Defendants IHarrod4lawthedtyofIranlcfortKyandprovetht amu on or January iDlCDO YOU WANT To sell your real estate timber or coal stook or goods Do you want to buy or exchange forany kind of pro lurty Write me with nil the Ad9rlsx1FOR SALEhVM OtFER for xutent a bargldtt twunts flvs eeonat flenaon Station on the L N railroadJh Fratiklin cQuiity For tennH and iScott1401 ELIZABETH McNAMARAfc l IIt 4r cured at boaswill out paa of +r KIRW 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