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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7- j TEE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT G10 A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdYttO j s i YOL XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKYN0 18 tMINERALS AT THE PAN J1t AMERICAN EXPOSITION firMines and Mining will be repre vented nt the PanAmerican in n l manner intended to illustrate th e importance and great progress o 4 fs this ulj Modern improve menus In Metallurgy and the tt science of mining have advanced jsoropidly and have attained such that the task is not jfIv an easy on p ij The Mines Building is one ofo group of three handsome liuild ings which have been arranged the general form of a horse inI 1 The Mines Building occupies v position of n heel calk in the crroun It is connected with the Horticulture Building which would correspond to the toe calk by means of one of the two hand I some conservatories that flank the Horticulture Building north and south The Mines Building is 150 feet square having four paviTlions inch reaching cornerI height of 100 feet Material for the mining exhibit will be drawn from nil parts of the United Stntee null from every country of South and Central 4America Canada Mpxico and the the sea While the ex hibits wild bd under the auspices of the various governments many individuals and mining companies will be represented bv individual displays representing their special interests The lit of minerals represented will be a large one comprising every production both useful and ornamental which is procured from beneath the surface of the earth Ores and their treatment showing the products derived from what will appear to the uninitiated very commonplace nlanipui1fenture of more than Specimens of large and important beds of valuable substances will be shown together Itwith data representing the extent and value of the deposits Some asitbeyveloped that is little thought ofI and impossible to a thorough representation of their extent and importance For instance in Southern California J there is a bed of asphaltum of su prior quality the quantity of which is estimated to be sufficient for the paving 6f every important street in every city of the United States Other deposits of great value such as coal and its allied mineral connections building stone marble and a great variety of precious stones such as onyx agate jasper Ptc deposits of grihding and polishing substances corundum and certain cloys other deposits including asbestos graph ite mica kaolin lime cement gypsum sulphur a variety of saltf fertilizers manganese aluminum clays etc Machinery for quarrying cutting and carving stone tunneling and lifting machinery together with a great variety of appliances for underground work suchas boring drilling blasting lighting telephoning etc including many things to which the casual visitor has never had his attention calledThere are few things in theI mining list that are not produced in abundance in some of the Americas Even tin ores are now found in California of more than ordinary richness which no doubt will be developed in the near future Statistics which are ordinarily dry enough will be inter eating as represented in the mining exhibit They will show that the United States and Mexico are at present the two greatest silver producing countries They will also point to the value of the iron industry of Canada A great many other items of interest will bo shown but the main feature will bo the illustration of the great advantages that the Amer r over the rest of the world nthe wealth oltheir minerals in I connection with climate con d tions as affecting their accessibility facility with which tho necessary combinations of ties cokIand valuable lPersons who suffer from indiges can not expect to live long because they can not eat the food required to nourish the body the products of the uncII foods they do eat poison the jit is important to cure indi 1methodpreparation known as Kodol Dys pepsia Cure It digests what you eat and restores all the digestive organs to perfect health South Longmoor and W McKee Har die For the ROHKOAIIOUT l THE ORIGIN OF NAMES IThey come from the points oft the compass for who has not heard of Mr North Mr South Mr East and Mr West They come from the seasons as Mr Summer Mr witnessI Fall and Mr Spring Colors also originate them for the Blacks the Whites the Grays the Greene the Garnetts the Blues the Browrs and the Redds are abundant And fruits furnish a share in the Berry Plums Mulberrys and others Vegetables cone Along with Peppers Reddishes Beans and Peas Cereals do their duty in the Wheats Oats Rices and CornsI Land animals follow witha goodly number of Foxes Lyons Bears Wolfs Coons Hoggs Kidds Catts Lambs Crows Bulls Martins and Beavers Water animals supply the Basses Pickerells Pikes Fishes sand Leeches Human titles give us the Kings Queens Earls Peers KnightF Lords Dupes Barrens Elders Popes Priests Bishops Deans Mayors Majors and Judges The human anatomy has be queathed us the Harts the Bloods the Heads the Bohns the Ohinns the Cheeks the Beards the Hares and the Hydes From various buildings we get Mr House Mr Barnes Mr Church Mr Hall and Mr Lodge Fram divers occupations coins the Smiths Sawyers Shoemaker TayMorsByers Sellers Stewarts Tanners Butlers Bakers Millers Dyers Miners Weavers Merchants Grooms Hunters Fishers Painters and Buttermaus Different countries give us English Welsli Scott Ireland French Holland German Musical instruments give us Mrt Fife and Mr Drum Deadly weapons have made us familiar with the Cannons Spears aunns Swords Blades and Eatohitts The rooms we inhabit suggest the Walls Floores Looks and Keys Long measure has enriched us with the Mileses Yards Footes mil Ells Cold weather accounts for Mr f Snow Mr Freeze and Mr Frost Summer flowers adorn us with Roses Lilys Violets Poseys Dnisya and Blossoms Seaships furnish Hull alo and Helm Wfvf 1 1The finny tribes provide Scales and Gills Physical attributes furnish the Strings the Weeks the Littles the Songs the Laws the Shorts and the Broads Mental attributes the Wises the Smarts the Sharpes and Brights MeeksILakes Branches and Brooks Topography sees that we have Hills Vails Fields Bottoms DalesVarious material things have originated the Stones Woods Clays Steels Horns Glasses Coles Hays and Straws Different seasonings are respou Bible for the Vinegars the Salts the Sweets dud the Sowers The four queerest neuter the writer of this ever heard were Lizzie Goose Emma Turnipseeil Thomas Catt and Abel Tsohopik A DEEP MYSTERY iIt is a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Ner vousness Sleeplessness Melan choly Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles I suffered for years with kidney trouble writes- MrsmPboobe Cherley of Peterson la and a ladle back pained me so I could not dress myself but Electric Bitters wholly cured me and although 78 years old Inow am able to tlo all my housework It overcomes Constipation im proves Appetite gives perfect health Only 50c at J W Gayles drug store 1m JFi E CONCERT- oThe Artist Concert given by the Capital Theatre Orohc stra will he given on January 80th instead of the 24thas announced before This is done on account of the Columbia Opera Co occupying the theatre the week of the 21st Seats will be on sale at Barretts on Monday a m January 28th Previous subscribers to tickets may have their tickets chocked on Saturday January 26th IMr Thos H Slaughter the renowned tenor will sing the famous Torcerdor song from Cannen at the Capital Theatre Orchwstra Concert January 80tb 18 It iRCOLLECTIONS OF REVENUE TAXES f Deputy Collector Jacob Swigert collected internal revenue taxes for the month of December as fol nvs 2548 barrels 98090010 tux gallons 10790059 amount of tax A fine Estey Organ for sale Address Miss Mary Rodgers Frankfort Ky181m COMMISSIONED AT LAST On Tuesday lost it was definitely settled that Judge J H Tiusley who received over 10000 votes for the position of circuit judge in the 27th judicial district in November was GJI titled to be commissioned and a commission was coord ngly ordered issued to him This is as it should be Patronize your home orchestra which is equal to any in the State Their third Artist Concert will be given at the Opera House January JOth 18lt I I77ZV W 3Ity4f 1 iI JsM SAFFELL C W SA- FFELLSAFFELLS Jj Staple and Fancy GroceriesC- hina Iand Glassware Fine Wines and i 11 5 Whiskies r We ask our city and country friends to call at 212 Ann Street and inspect our goo- dsJ1lM SaffeBI SonA PLYMOUTH AND PITTSilURG GOAL I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump anti Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is largekand clean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Company W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 d O JtLJc IiFflittJnd Grpe5o FRANKFORT KY PERSONALSthis ti WIk ek4ri 118 ft fr ads N c Mr W W Louyaioor Is vi ftiiia reIn art tlves nt Oyntlilnna ti Mr Pntil Welt201 tof Leexin toes st O1it Sufiiilny hEM i t Hon C H Strip of LHxingtou svgs here uu MontlnyJ- Ttidao Trios F Hiu ls of Louisville Woslltruthhhweuka Mr Jus A Wnrliun of Jipu8vil was in tbucliy Monday Caps 0 C Calhoun pf Ltirigtot vlIS lu the oily this week Rev John IL Burdin of Mt Edou was hero on Monday Rev 1 B Gwnclchi of Louisville Wli- the ulty this week Miss Katie Overt Is visiting Miss Reed In Louisville t a Judge A E Richards of Louisville was hero tho first of the week Mr Thompson S Burunm of Silver Creek wns here on Monday rMrTosoph Tyler of Indianapolis led is visiting relatives in this elty Mr Will Hall and bride nee Holt have returned front their bridal trip Mr J A Dean of Otverisboro urns In attendance upon the courts this week Mr Clint Griffith has returned from Owensbom where lie spent tho holidays Mr Wm yeoman of Versailles was here Monday and made us a pleasant call r Mr Henry E Rosevnr State Secretary of the YlJ C A was horo on Monday Miss Neva Blakemnre of Fariudale was tho guest of the Misses Overton this i week Mrs Geo A Lewis visited her sister Mrs N M Crutohir at flankers this week Misa Lena Kirtlry returned Sunday night from a visit to friends in Scott r county Mrs Ira S Shy Is lilting her brother inlaw Mr W A Shy In Harrison county Mrs Cornelia Bush has returned from a visit to her son Mr Snm L Bush of LouisvilleCol W Farlelgh of Louisville we in attendance upon the courts in this oft this week Mr Helm Bruce of Louisville was attendance upon the Court of this week Mr Gen A Lewis of this office made a business trip to Cincinnati and Louts viHe this week Miss Alice Trabue of Louisville bus been the guest of the family of Col C E Hoge this week t Mr Ben Selby Jr of Lawrengeburg US Special Gnu er was In the city the first of the week Mss Jennie Leo and Miss Nora Miller spent Sunday with Miss Victoria Major at Alton Station Mrs J N Blakemora of Farmdalo was the guest of her sister Mrs W S Farmer this week Miss Birdie Anderson of Lexington Is the guest of Mrs Georgia H Lucas nigh street this week t Miss May Long of Leltohfleld who has been the guest of Mrs W W Longmoor has gone to Cynthlana Mr Henry C Treys and family of Greenville Miss attended the Couway Hoge wedding this week Dr CoK Wallace has moved to the Chilies house Second street formerly used as the Winston School Mr Edwin Dryflen who has been in Columbus 0 for several weeks re turned homo Saturday night Mr C W Kenney of Owenton wh tho guost of hiij brother Mr O C Ken fey Todd street this week 1Mlss Patterson Gough and Miss Annie Bird Gough of Georgetown were guest- of Miss Janle Deboney this week Mr Dan J Newman of Jaoksboro Texas arrived here Saturday night and we regret to leant that ho Is in very poor health Mr Lee J Dudley and family who have keen visiting his mother Mrs M J Dudley In this city have returned to Chicago Ills Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshall and Chas Dudley returned Friday nigh f om a visit to her parents Mr A K countytDr Frank W Keyes hiss rented the res dence of Mr BenT Farmer on Third street and will move in as soon as Mr Farmer moves to the Duncan house which he recently purchased Mrs C W Sale of Tacoma 1Vns formerly of Louisville Ky has re 1moved to this oity nnd will make b homo with her son in laty Mr G Her bert Boone No Campbell street Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DIgests what you eat a tJi O MAr lSN oj y II 0I Mav e moved their stqgkof Carpets and Dry Goods tpti T 11PwaMw LN MVRN a MA No 45 Bridge Stet South Side CarpetsRugscordially invite our Old Friends and New To visit us in our new quarters All Goods Cheap At Cost and less than Cost JIL ROOMAN SON H1m Sore nnd swollen joints sharp shooting pains torturing muscles no rest no sleep That means rheumatism It ia stubborn disease to fight but Chamber loins Pain Balm has conquered i thousands of time It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it OneappJication relieves the pain For sale by J W Gnyle Druggist 1m STAMPING GROUND Lusbyyyears und of honors respected by tills Mr Joe Hailer well known as the proprietor of our hotel died this week Dr E H Black has gone to Frankfort to reside with his daughter Mrs Helen McClure Miss Lena Kirtle of Frank fort who has been visiting Miss Mattie Kelly returned home Sunday afternoon Mr J M Honaker und wife of Harmony Owen county were guests of Mr Jrr Wash and wife Saturday and Sunday Mr J S Randolph and wife of Fayette county were guests of Mr R S Sprnke and family this week Mr Zack Robertsna daughter Miss Emma were guests of Mrs R C Head this week Mr Will Roberts and wife of El Reno Okla who went west thirteen years ago were guests of Mr W H Gatewood and wife last A wAekItide ett wife of Mr Geo Lockett on Saturday She had only been married a few months She is still in a critical condition No cause is known BMIT T Reynolds has sold his handsome home in the east end of town to Mrs Frances Bond for 8000 He also sold the place known as the Sebree place containing 60 acres to Mr G W Sharp at 8250 per acre Mr Reynolds has gone to Cynthiana to engage in business lllists f 5 years of typhoid fever She wa ouir town Pepsin preparations often fail to relieve indigestion because they foodshThere is one t aned that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I cures the worst cases indiges tion and gives instant relief for it digests what you eat South Longmocr and W McKee Hardie Attention To prepare your sons fora busy life in this busy world send theta to Ellcndnle Commercial Colleen near Curdsville Ky The college is sit refinedtremote from the distraction until temptations of city or town Only experienced instruptwsnreemployed one exception our graduates positionsl3 room etc only S80 for 20 weeks For catalogue and particulars address E GARDINER A M 6m PresI EXECUTORS NOTICE exooaglv notice to nil persons indobt lto the estate forwardprosnptlyandsettleestate notified to present the same to me proper y proven as required by law JONESlNOTICE FRANKLIN OIROUIT COURT Marion Harrods Admr Plaintiff Sallie Harrod c Defendants All having claims against the estate of Marion deceased are hereby noti fled to before me and prove claims orprosentthem to me properly proven on or boforo January 29 By order of court W H POSEY Commissioner Franklin Circuit Court lHJt Executors Notice Notice hereby given to nil persons having claims against tho estate of Col Thos to present them to us pi operly provon for pay on or before February Isf GOYBARRBTT ELIZABETH RODMAN 18lfo Executors NOTICE T have rented out my place on Fourth Ave to Judge ORear iny family will go to New York but I am not going I may be found at my office rooms in the Hume building day or night I have both Phones and they are No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel E E HUME 173m BEAT OUT OP AN INCREASE OF HIS PENSION A Mexican war veteran ands prominent editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico in 47 and 48 I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every renewal n dose of it- t restores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by J W Gayle Druggist 1m Go to SfKGGJlcr I1COs Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street 2 For Your Pall Hardwarei WfPr v Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutter Lnded Shells 4PowderShot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire EtcI dll Stagg A N D Bacon +Elleodalo Cornrnerc aI Boys nna Young men to study Telegraphy Short refined Arithmetic neighborhoods in distractions of city or to secure a CollegeNorthWestern Re Pres VI LIvE KY Limited Electric = Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and Minneapolis Leaves Chicago 630 p m every day Dayligot Train leaves Chicago 900 a m daily Night Express 1O15 p m daily Duluth and St Paul Fast Mail 10 pm D- ailyOtd All Agents Sell Tickets Via J 1 CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN RI I The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis J and Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P Tk Chicago iifj N TIME TABLE NO17111o1eSOUTH i Lexington iOO 885 I 25W Jw Frankfort 65i 341111017 Oak SUKrnnsenoUoiHKH ttr Louisville 525112UoI Hill Ko16 NolH Nott nu1uPM A3L PM IT Louisville Uol 72U 410 AnciioraB 257 75R 444 tutraiinf S 814 f Bus Eminence 852j 617- Crlstlausburg 14dr2 616 Frankfort 960 6- 421wayir l t 0 TIME TAKLK No NoI surTxA FM Lv filhhShelbyvillt 1001 701- Lontsvllle 1100 8iI Ne221lioNORTH M Lv Loulsvlll tISO Bheloyrllle 9O8 701 Frankfort 1018 740 ir Lexington 1116 84C MISTLETOE BOUGH AND FARCE The ladies of Ascension Church Guild will give a rendition of the Mistletoe Bough at the Opera House Tuesday Jtmnary 26 Tickets No eztra charge for reserved seats It is hoped that there may be a large attendance The exact date will be given later td n fi Hr Cad s Condition roTracrs are fjust what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and ermifnge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a fcentsFor sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co rTHROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrive Chattanooga 5f0 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p arrive Jackrsonville 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning Also f train leaving Louisville 745 p m through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jack sonville 10 p m next evening 1withISuperiorville for all points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of FloridaoJand the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Southern Railway- Information 280 Fourth Avenue PassengerAgent Gen Pass Agent Washington D 0 WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky oIiJ P1UM and W1kIkI7 Iiitacu a t horn with r fiUoulan I UIlw IN Xr Pryer atI if1 1f tY RS 7r d jI Nl 1 t f rit ii 3 flr nwaw it Clearance Sale of Cloaks Suits Skirts f r rmavtwav asoaytitartlae mm0u aamrsa t r3 500 Jackets now 250I600 Jackets now = 750 lackeys now 3 98 f 1000 Jackets now 598 200 Jackets now 698 f6co Jackets now 898i- J5l2CO2Oco Jackets now 2500 Jackets now 1600 FAY STOCKINGS stayTry1 garters no supporters needed ID rOEJNSON COtEll 311 LvEaiaur lC1N77a04iXlhPatt2iHAd =I- m DEATHS HOCKEN3MITIJ Near Peaks i willon Tuesday 8nmhI Hockensmith wife of Mr Jo in 5 M Hockensmith aged 85 years of neuralgia of the heart I POWERIn this city on Mon EdLPower aged 5 years fi The funeral took place Tues day morning from the Church of f the Good Shepherd The sym pathy of every one is extended t t the stricken parents v MARRIAGES the Sacra House Tuesday January 8 1901 by Rev George Darsie t Mr James Sorrell and Miss Birdie Baldwin both tif Peaks Min Ky Attendants Mr Jesse Bald win and Miss Cordie Newtons I S GRAHAM QUARLES An apkproaching marriage of Mr Edgar Graham of Louisville but for P merly of this city to Miss Jose phine Quarles of Helena Ark Mr Graham is the only child of Mr J Will Graham for so long connected with the Adams Express Go and is a popular young man WEDDINGyt On Wednesday evening at 0 oclock at the home of the brides parents Col Chas E Hoge und Be loves Me The dainty flower oracle may tell her true or false but someday the prince will come and shell dream the dear dream of home life and motherhood In that dream she will see herself always happy always with a smile for the hus band and a kiss for the baby What pity to wake from such a dreamto almost loathe her husbandand hate her child because cruel pain has blighted her body and warped her mind How many a woman has had this sad awakening from her dreams of home and love Theres help and healing for every women who suffers from womanly dis cases caused by girlish ignorance wifely neglect or the strain of maternity Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription makes wean women strong and sick women well It heals diseases of the delicate organs practically does away with the paws of ma mitt and ives the nursing mpther vig r andvitality Two years ago writes Mra Kaltie Auliker orp Street Alliance Ohio I used bpttles of Favorite Prescription and in April a nice was born doctor came I was not very sick Baby Is now fourteen months old and weighs in mnnnrie Before- commencing Dr Favorite prcscrirtloll f I had to every but medicine from spoonful that I took I stopped vomiting It is a for women t When a laxative is needed use Dr P prces Pleasant Pellets with Favorite P crlption rt 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1860 Suits nowr 1098 2000 Suits now 1298 2500 Suits now 1698 3000 Suits now 1898 4000 Suits now 2500 5000 Suits now 3298I Underwear at greatly reduced pricesi J Mrs wife the marriage of Mr Lysan der Broadus Conway of Danville Va and Miss Mildred Merrill Hoge was solemnized in the pres ence of a large Gull fashionable crowd of our first people The elegant home of Col Hoge was beautifully decorated with palms cut flowers quad smilax and was a blaze of light from eel tar to garret The solemn words that bound these young people were pro IVicCluskyoBlaney pastor of the First Pres byterian Ghuroh of this city of which the bride was a member- A delightful repast was served consisting of all the delicacies of the season immediately after the ceremony The happy pair were then driven to Jetts Station where they hoarded the eastbound C 0 train at 8 oclock for their bridal trip to ttie eastern cities after which they will make their home in Danville Va where Mr Con way Assistant Cashier of a Na tional Bank Miss Hoge is one of the hand somest sweetest most amiable and cultivated girls ever raised in this county She has endeared herself to every one who knew her by her unselfish and happy char after She is a bride that any man might be proud of having wonThe best wishes of a host of at tached friends go with her to her new home The bridal gifts were numerous anti exquisitely beautiful and very valuable After the bride and groom had departed the young people en deIlightfulmusic furnished by the Capital Theatre Orchestra The de igbtsd guests departed to their homes by 11 oclock voting the whole affair one of the pretti est weddings and most charming entertainments ever enjoyedI FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Millie Steadman part of the veok in ra1l1 orbIMisses Pearl Moore and Glass have returned to Georgew town alter a two weeks Miss Adkins Miss Mayme Gnllahuelwho has been quite ill IOwenWe are sorry to learn that two of Dr Gwins little girls have dip thoria Miss Fay Redds marriage was quite a surprise to her friends at our village We wish her u long and happy life Mrs Dr Patterson of Oyntiii Jnun has returuel home after a weeks stay with Mrs M B Lucas Mesdames Carter Jones and Suter of Switzer were the guests of Mrs John Sitter on Tuesday last Mrs Jouett of Frankfort is the guest of her son Mr Ed Jouett and wife Mr R S Nichols of Lexington was in our village Tuesday lastMrs Pruscilla Stone of Frank fort called to our village by the illness of her daughter Mrs Toe Holton Storm parties seem quite the fad this winter- A debating society will be organized here soon Mr Stuart Lu cas acting as President Miss Sallie Eppler entertained Wednesday night The young people enjoyed themselves hugely Mrs James H Polsgrove of Frankfort spent Wednesday with her sister Mrs Joe HoltonA KID Chapped hands cracked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly by Banner Salve the most healing ointment in the world W Mc Keo Hardie and South Long moor LETTERSA DVERTISED Tho following is n list of advertised letters for the week ending January 12 1001 Beeler John- Blaokbnrn William Bile Miss Mamie Brnnhan JoeIBrasher J B Broach 0 A Cal Miss Luoy May Cash J Clay Anna Cook Miss Lee Cnllen James Dennis Miss Jaoo Frazier Miss Mantle Gardner Henry Gibson Sarah Granon Miss B Harod Mrs America Harp L Harris Miss Estella Howard Thomas Hughes W IJ Tohnson Lorenzo Dow Judy Dr G D Lacks John Meadow Miss Lizzie Montgomery J L Moore Miss Ellen Nance E F Neal SP Xeely Richard Nelson Mrs Thus Ragstlale W S Robinson Willie JI Sampson Miss Allis Sax L O Snyder Charlie Stahol Miss Julia Tandy T L Tandy Herbert Turner Miss Jennie Putt Joo Putt MIss Mattie a Vleok J B IIVun Bryant u calling d for these letters please say S B HOLMES P M The most soothing healing and antiseptic application over devised is DeNVittV Witch Hazel Salvo It relieves at once and cures piles sures eczema and skin diseases Beware of imitations South Longmoor uIid W MoKoo Hardio 4 275 Skirt now 198 I 498 Skirt now 398 tk r 600 Skirt now 98 S 800 Skirt now 498i900 Skirt now s 98 1000 Skirt now 675 P J2oo Skirt now 798 1500 Skirt now 8g8rIDress Goods Ont lot Black and Color Dress G lolls at just half the origi nat price m Etowo on SORRELLBALDWINAt Pat two the is was G H 3 rta ROUNDABOUT f THE PEOPLES PAPER EVERYBODY TAKES IT- EVERVEODY READS ITtik Subscription OnIy1 Per Year fs OUR JOB DEPARTMENT BINDERY Blank HOOD of all kinds gotten up IB figs l1st style 01 lie art Old Books and Mmtio bound at iMttfc raiaa Job iToxk if illlii tiiaiuuitad t p 1I a di tt Tno frankfort BounaahnB t Entcreil at the feostofflee at Frankfort Ken tuckns secondclass innilublc matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 121901 ACTION OF FISQAL COURT On Saturday lust the fiscal court of this county met at 1180 oclock A petition from citizens and taxpayers was presented by r Mr Ben Marshall asking that the county clerk he required to pub lish the financial statement of the a condition of the county and the number and amount of nil out r standing warrants unpaid j that the sheriff be required to settle with the county treasurer and pt y over all moneys as required by law every two months that the sheriff IJQ required to comply with the law compelling him to tender a tax receipt to all taxpayers be fore selling property for taxes that he be forbidden to take up county warrants for taxes that the county trtsimirer alone be au thorized to pay off county war rants and that ho he compelled to pry said warrants consecu tivejvIwas hour or to There were several speeches undo and Marshall was very aggressive and emphatic in his demand for the enforcement of the law in regard to these mat ters The court finally ordered the clerk to publish his report showing the condition of the county next July But by a divided vote of three to three the other matters were ignored Some of the justices took the strange ground that they did think they ought to receive the petition because there were so rsunny Republican names attached to it We always thought here tofore that it made no difference what a mans politics were whether Democrat Populist Re i Help NatureI Babies and children need I I proper food rarely ever medi Clue II they do not thrive f I on their food something is 5 I wrong They need a little I i help to get their digestive ii machinery working properly f nU or I LIVER 01 L- WTINYP0PH0SPJIITESofLIME SODA correct this I I diFficultytI If you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful = i 1 in baby s bottlethre or four times a day you will soon see 1 il a marked improvement For I i larger children from half to j a teaspoonful according to a i age dissolved in their milk 1 I if you so desire will very I I soon show its great nourish 1 ing power If the mothers i J milk does not nourish the 1 baby she needs the emulsion 1 i It will show an effect I at once both mother = r jiySCOTT BOWNE L ttttttttttt publican or what not that he had just the same rights as any other ninn and that the courts es recognizeI IAFTER La GRIPPEWHAT- Usually a racking cough end n general fmlinir of wenknwH FoLEY8 HONEY and TAR is Rnarxntced to cure tim grippe cough mid mnkn you strong and well South Lougmoor McKee Hnrdie CIRCUIT URT The Franklin Circuit Court net for the January term on Monday Judge Oantrill presiding The grand jury was empaunolcd and IIforemunj HIMorrisHoover Alonzo L Greenwell P C Sower and Dan Lynoh Tie petit juries were not em pannelled until Tuesday and were as folowsI RICM L Smith John Sanders W 011WA Parish Zach Church W L lithe Thos M Bedford W C Lutkemier John C Penn Asa Robinson Thos E Daily 1VI Thompson J C Fitzgerald and Robt Brnttou h Tile Capital Theatre Orchestra is preparing to furnish competent combinations for weddings recep parties etc Strictly first olas and uptodate Call upon or address Frank P Atherton Director Studio over Khibers South Side 18lm FEDERAL COURT JURIES District Judge Evans of the Federal Court for Kentucky opened court on Monday morning with the following gentlemen as grand jurors John B Price Lnwrenceburg Robert Hahn Sparrows A B Branch Frankfort A G Morris Frankfort R D Armstrong Frankfort Jacob Joseph Lancaster Ballard Bar ton Bethlehem L C Drake Nicholasville JW Smith Rich mond W A Williams Redman Geo W Miller Harrodsburg W Henry Mastin Versailles j Jesse Pendleton North Pleasureville John T Buckley Frankfort John B Hunley Willis Alton j J H Easley comIposedbott J R A Frank G Stagg N F Richard son R K McClure J C Napier Samuel Cochran John B Bourne J H Pusey C D Powell W AI Browning C B Carpenter J A Vince C C Ruthford H H Linney I Shelby Irvine J E Baldwin T S Burnam W A Arbuckle Sr W H Reed Phil lip Smith B E Ford W T Mc Gunnell C B Sullivan Court adjourned on Tuesday evening The Orchestral program to he rendered at the Artist Concert January 80th will be entirely new and will contain popular numbers as well as those of the higher order 18lt LEGAL TENDER A Burlington man got mad and paid his tailor bill with 5000 cop per cents The question was raised as to wheher the tailor was obliged to take payment in that denomination This brought out information that will be now to many One cent two cents and three cents and nickels are legal tender to the amount of 2 Sil ver dollars are legal tender to the amount of 10 Silver halfdim s and three cent pieces are legal ten taer to the amouilt of 490tonly Jt r tr In the whole circle of clothingbusiness handled such perfectly correctlytailored Overcoatsa From the lining of the pockets to the cover of the velvet colar all and every thing shows the work of ExpeitencediorKmL 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 500 HUUSUNS Corner Main and St Glai ovrctbiD r BOTTLED IN BOND BEST IS THECORK GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAYLOR SIGNATUREIS FORILLUSTRATED E H JR a SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY LllXION BREWING GOi BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbiftb in Quality and Flavor Art QATO ANY THE LAND CALL FOR IT TilE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D ROBINSON Frankfort Agt Sept 2ly 0 1NOSO 9M 1A lN4t i J EPM41 i i + z FLOUR i- Ii The Finest Made Anywhere Patronize Home Institutions 4r THE J E M MILLING CO i + J N MILES Sec Treas 4 Aug 41NlooNO lSly I Cflris1as Dugors Will savo money buying at Scot ndIday clock warranted 2 years 8 80 hour clocks 00 cents photo medalioiiB 25c und 50c vases 5c lOc und Jfie Also a largo variety of useful and fancy articles suitable for Christmas Watches clocks and jewelry repaired 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SCOTTOW Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 2ir MISTLETOE BOUGH AND IFARCE Ohu1chIGuild will give a Mistletoe Bough at the Opera House Tuesday Jannary29 Tickets 60c No extra charge for reserved seats It is hoped that thqro may be a largo attendance The exact date will bo given latertLr Ths Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears tho- SignatureII of JiiitriT TAYIJOft WHISKEY TAYLOR INCORPORATEDt BEERMADE CASTORIAFor rolTltH SEtI 1IT KodolDyspepsia 1i Digests what you eat artificially digests the food and aids Nature strengthening and recon t riant and tonic No other preparation can approach efficiency stuntly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion GastralgiaCrampsaadl small Book Prepared DeWITT AGO Chicago SOUTH LONHMC oc McKEE HABOIK I8 110upon Residency patlon JPaabkln6old PaldUp Insurance Ualucs iHOWoeT IT yr It in t it in size by E C a V 1 important features OF- Union mutual Policies orU- FEINSURANCE Grace in- Premium Payments tgasft UaltlILoan Ualws 1Extension of Insurance- By I J terms of the Maine nonTorftiture taw Every one of these privileges is definite and clear Just how and Plainlytoldexist as to miscm er standing but everything Is explicitly set forth in uneoutvocal wnotiaoe A Ll1AuIPoliciesrJoy Premiums tho MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW without Action of the Pollcyholdor continu ing tho liuaranvo Tor a specified loncm of time BRODIE6rnBlor and orMon KyJOHN Agent Fran tort KY Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A che remedy for colds is nil right but you VntHoine thing that will relieve ande the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles Wlflit shall you do Go to a warmer anu more iiIhasIbeenlung troubles u Boschces German Syrup It not only heals umUfltlmS ulates the tissues to destroy ie iq disease but allays inflammlTtlpnV causes easy expectoration Jvp a goad nights rest and cures the tpatient Tjyone bottle Recom r mended years by all dry gists in the Xvorld For Yale B J3olm s a OAPSIEWHITE t Scmie time since n Mr Mulhol land who lives on Col L P Tan tons farm arranged to move out y f the tenant house ho was occupy vng and CoK Tarlton had engaged 1t tU colored man to tnke the house By an arrangement with Mnlhol lf laud the man was permitted to I imove in while ftlulhollands f iiiture was in some of the trIO On Saturday night a band Hyhitccuppers went to the house wild notified the negro that theyI would give him three days in which to vacate as they did not intend to have niggers moving Into white peoples houses and that if ho did not vacate in that 1 time they would come hackand t lynch him- These fellows should be taught n 1e sun They forget that they are violating a statute of the United States and that there is Como law even for the protection f of a negro in the U S Courts We would advise these chaps to 4ego slow Uncle Sam has a long arm and a Very retentive memory- Il tti end kulduxing or whitecoping which are the same is sure to hear punished by him Quality old not quantity makes DeWitts Little Early Risers such Valuable little liver pills South J v jLongmoor and W MoKee Har ai j CONTINUED As was well known beforehand when tho cases of W H Culton Wharton F GoldenflldGreen Golden were called ill the circuit conItinuedtjourt Bench warrants were orderediV issued for Gov W S Taylor and Hon Chaff Finley at the same I time IF BANNER SALVE doesnt pure your piles yc u d tmoney returned It is the r healing medicine W Me W Longattjio door 4j THANKS tf We are placed under obligations t to Mr E W Zoeller for a bottle i of the celebrated mineral water k Restora manufactured at Louisville and for which Mr f Zneller is agent It is almost a specific for indigestion dyspepsia and a number of kindred diseases We desire to return our thanks for the same a Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ALL A MISTAKE The report has been circulated v that Dr E E Hume was about t jato or had left this city This is1 a mistake The many friends of this good mon and physician ref joice that he will remain here His daughter is much improved we are glad to say Mrs Hume and the dear little girl will go to 4 Florida soonI r Washing Willow Furniture and Wicker Chairs become soiled but they 1sa ho cleaned to look like new with Gold Dust WIShing Powder ad warm watt Use a scrubbing brush water becomes the least lolled let fresh follow met od but must bo wiped dry quickly TbeLct pkea tr boottt- uoLnet nutw Toa ueusswotur- Mat fee lquu MT- HI NK rAlr4 e161oep Lwle New ek fyNon- ls SERIOUS AND PAINFUL AC CIDENT While helping in running a shredder on the farm of Mr John Hanloy near Hogo Station on Monday Bill Kennedya colored man put hip left hand in trio ear department which was not being operated to take n ensof corn of the machine his was caught and the arm in nlHl so badly mangled that amputation was rendered necessary But for the presence of mind of Mr Thos K Jett who oyned and was operating the machine in throwing oil the Jolt and thus topping the machine Kennedy would tundoubtedly have been killed He is an industrious and worthy man and his accident is much deplored by his neighbors Save doctors hills by giving Foleyq Honey nod Tar to iufnntifI and children in time to vjfnt pneumonia or croup whidh are fatal to so many tho blinds of babies W McKee Hardie and South Longmobr THE NEW DOMINION Tile play The New Domin ion typifies the highest conception of inanhodd and womanhood anti casts about the interpreter y Clement a peculiar lustre Years have not dimmed the poetic beauty and marvelous fascination of Baron Von Hohenstauffen and his lines still fall upon grateful and friendly enrs when the phil osophical nobleman first stumblesI over English difficulties intensifiedactor Clay Clement develops himself with a characterization that first drew attention ty the pioturesqueness of its manner That quality is still apparent but behind it all is the glowing burn ing feeling dominating every in stinct There is all the old honor for woman the respect for truthI the vindication of justice Mr Clement has only matured his art and his Baron is a masterpiece of character There is the carefully studied walk the accent thntIimpresses one most is the beautiful sincerity the symbolism of noble life Capital Theatre January 12 LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH G Vaoher 157 Odgood St Chicago says My wife had a very severs case of In grippe and it left her with avery bad cough She tried a bottlo of FOLEY8 HONEY and TAR crud it gave immediate relief A 50c bottle oared her cough en tirely Price 25o and too South Longmoor W McKee Hardie =MEETING DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY ChaptertJnited eracy will meet with Mrs E L Samuel on Saturday January 19 the birthday Gn R J Lee from 8 to 6 oclock p m reIquested to attend MRS JOHN H STUART 182t Secretary 1 Houscworkis ham wollwithout tdDUSt iiltckerchstrssoon drywhito AWARDED CONTRACT Ii Messrs W Leslie Collins and Richard Tobin were awarded the contract to furnish fresh meat at the penitentiary for the next year The contract was awarded on Saturday It will amount ton very considerable sum NOTICE Dr H1 Leonard wishes to state that he has recovered from his illness and will attend to his dental practice next week iSlt BIRTHS VERIIiLOn Friday January 4 in this city to Mr Thos P Averill and wife a sonThose JrLA GRIPPE coughs often continue months and sometimes lend to fatal results after the patient is supposed FogeysMONEYand security from these COOGHS South Longmoor W McKee Hardie NEW OFFICERS Y M I On Sunday afternoon tithe fol lowing gentlemen were installed as officers of Lambert Young Council No 161 Y M for the ensuing year Chaplain T S Major lIst Vice Pres Jas Gibbons 2d Vice Pres ChalsVeitzel Rec Sec Win Olbermau Fin Sec Frank Weit7el Treas John A Brislan Cor Sec John A Dolan Marshal 1V Lutkemeier Jr Inside Sentinel 0 Whitehead Outside Sentinel Wm Maud ehrExecutive Committee Wm Gorman Chairman 0 E Collins 0 Fugazzi UNDER FULL HEADWAY The Home Steam Laundry cor ner Broadway and Wilkinson Sts is now under full headway and judging from the class of work my foreman turned out this week I can confidently promise first class work Hope to have your patronage E P DENTON 17lm I IS THIS A JOKE Gov Beokham continues to turn down petitions for pardons This is in accordance with a promise made to the people Georgetown TimesDid Bro Bell intend this for a piece of karkasm If he did not it is another illustration of the fact that you have to go away from home to learn the news as it is known here that the pardon mill has been running on full time so the executive journal says notwithstanding anteelection promises as illustration the Shelbyville Fair Co and others Fine Oat feed for horses and cattle cheapest feed to be had only 1 per 100 pounds at Lang donCreasey Co 18lt ORGANIZED AND MUSTERED The new oompany of State Guardshas been mustered in and organized by tho election of Fred L Gordon as Captain Julian Kersey as FirstLieutenant and Wm Lutkemier as SecondLieu tenant There are fortysix men Dn tho muster rolls 9 All tickets for January 24th ire good for the concert at the- lopem House January 80th Sub may get their seats reserved January 20th at Barretts 18lt SWAPPED Capital Policeman Taylor Daily and City Policeman Wingate homsou have swapped positions Mr Daily having resigned his lace Tuesday for the pilrppse qf laking the change j ly wINCHEST FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Ii IllNewRlval ILeder and Repeafer Initst upon baring them take no others and you will get the best ihells that money can buy t ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM Pleasant to take Laxative 1 Syrup m i NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION it Ask Your Doctor 1 Lc ItheLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly table Compound ant if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness r Bloated Feeling etc Tour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLES 4tfaZII1 9- GROOJIESAB lIUUORS I L LOWEST PRICES GlOSING OUT self IT JOHN llRIS OLLSj I NOAHS ARK And let us supply your wants in Tip China Glassware l iIW 1 1 I oys YIJi B I From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of 1 tiayIz REST QU ALITY rf 339 Ann Street Next Door to Gayles h ojDrUg Store I19OI RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL McCreadyreHoly Communion at 9 a in Morning prayer and sermon at 11 ft mEvening prayer and sermon at 7 80 p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible at 945a m Wednesday evening prayer and lo Tiep on at 780 publicareBAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m The is preaching a series of Sunday night sermons onliTho r of toe City The second of at subjectPheSundayschool in the chapel at iS45 a m Special classes for Vonng men Young Peoples Society will meet at 680 p m In the chapel Seats free and all are cordially in Vlted CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor will preach 11 a m and 780 p m Christian Endeavor Society will toeet in the chapel at 645 Leader Nellie HockensmithITopic Youthful Consecration nighttTopic An Inward Look meetsFridaypastor is preaching a ten sermons on the life and character of Joseph for his Sunday even sermons The second of the series Will be given tomorrow night Jan 18 and will have for its theme EnvyThe wel v S corned to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city eir Rev Father Thomas S Major the pastor Low mass at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at780 p tn ty CHURCH FIRST Rev PRESBYTERIANI Blayney D D renchQt 11 a m and 780 p m Sunda whool at 945 a m Young oles Society of Chris Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even at 7 80 1The pulbic cordially invited i METHODIST CHURCH Rev J n Savage the pastor will preach at 11 s m and 780 p m Sunday will bo Epworth Leajue day nmi will be observed by suitable services in the league at 645 The pastor will also preach in the morning a special sermon to young people r Special prayer services will be luring the at 780 each inga meets at 980 a Y The cordially invited to at te dISOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowojrthe astor will preach at 11 a m and 480 p m The pastor has begun a series of four sermons at the afternoon sor vice on the relations of the church to the Now Century the City the 1 Young Men and the Home The 2d of those will be given Sunday after noon and will bo from the theme IIrfho Church told the City Sundayschool at 9bO a m Young Peoples Society of Christi in Endeavor meets at 046 To all these meetings tho public t Is cordially invited Finest Northern Potatoes only 15c per pock Saturday Jan 12 at LangdonOrensey Go 18 U THE SEASONS GREETINGS i TO OUR MANY FRIENDSi f Old and new who have so loyally supported us wring the year just passed We are sure our business proven of mutual ad lvantage and we promise our hearty cooperation for 1901 i Asking a continuance of your good will and hoping to have a call iI from yon we are most cordially f MA SELBERTThe tf 1+ r 1 r1sirs r+ + + 4 4 11 SUSAN M GAYLE The subject of this sketch was DeIyear e SusanLBrndloyBradley eye of the early settlers of this county In early life she united with the Buck Run Baptist Church She remained a member of this body until the Providence Church at Woodlake was organized when she withdrew from the Buck Run Church and became one of the charter members of the new or ganization In 1854 she was united in mar riage to Dr R C Gayle and shortly afterward having moved into the neighborhood of the North Fork Baptist Church at Switzer she united with this hotly and remained with it a faithful member until her deatbIThe writer has been intimately acquainted with her for more than twenty years and he can truth fully say he never knew a more beautiful Christian character Her life was indeed Hid with Christ in God She leaves two brothers Robert Brl1d1JeyJames of Idaho Casper L of Butte Mont Orlando B of Fal mouth Ky and J W of Frank fort two daughters Mrs Lizzie Carter of Bloomington Ill and Mrs Alma Talbott of Switzer The funeral services were con ducted by the Rev E F Wright of Woodlake in the presence of a sorrowingfriends to rest our cemetery by theI side of her beloved husband who had preceded her by only ten months A aboutISwitzer Ky Jan 8 1901 LnngdonIICrel1sey 1IMr IV H Posey as Commissioner of the MasterI Court has an advertisement days paper Read it FQR RENT 1brickences Main street second door from Washington Possession given February Apply to MRS GEO W CHINN 88fc eo THE MOTHERS FAVORITE Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite ant and safe for children to take and always cures It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine made for these diseases There is nut the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given us confidently to a babe as to AH GayleIi 1IAIAn AIthe Methodist Church will deliver an address to men at the Y M C A tomorrow afternoon at 880 oclock Subject The Doubt That Leads to Faith All nen shoujd hear him Mr Williams of Cincinnati will sing and Mr Louis Harris of this city will render a violin selection The Male Quartette will sing also IThe Y M C A bath rooms are cessnryIthem in good condition for use IIT GIRDLES THE GLOBE The fame of Bucklens Arnica Salve as the best in the world extends round the earth Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons Aches Pains and all Skin Eruptions Only in tallible Pile cure 25c a box at J W Gayles 1m BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 0 a m from St Louis for Kansas City and entire Northwest to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb PeoriaThoIpressFor Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains daily from St Louis or Chicago For St Paul Minneapolis and Northwest daily from Chicago and St Louis The Finest Trains In the World Chi cago to St Paul and Minneapolis To Omaha Kansas City St Jos eph two trains daily from St ChicagoCalifornia In through tourist sleepers personally conducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday eveningalso 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 x W M SHAW DP A 406 Vine St- Cincinnati 0 L W WAKELEY Gen AgentStLouis io HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager tf St Louis Mo TRIED FIVE DOCrORSI MisIHourisevere kidney trouble for years had tried five doctors without ben efit but three bottles of Foloys Kidn y Cure cured me W Mc Kee Horclio and South Long moor This season there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung troubles Prompt action will save the little ones from these terrible diseases We know of nothing so certain to give instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure It can also be relied upon in and all throat and lung troublesof adults Pleasant to take S nth Longmoor and W MoKoe Hardie lS1 ar Lv rF r 1s CZEAiA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES cQRED BY B B B Bottle Fre to Sufferers Does your skin itlh and burn Dis tressing Eruptions onHhe skin so you feel ashamed to be seersn company Do scabs or scales form 1in the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked ruVh form on the Skin Prickling Pain H the Boils Pimples Bone Pu ns Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old SoreiV fireIB B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 3D years Readers of the BOUNDAIHUT are advNed to bydruggistsbottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given TFor Bftle by W McKee Hardie 481y 2 Theoiierited reputation for cur ing piles sores and skin diseases acquired by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has led to the making of worthless counterfeits Be sure to get only De Witts Salve South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie n BET- WEENLouisville AND Chicago BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E B CON D P A N W Cor 4 tli and Mnrkot Ste I ouUvlll DtBullscouch SYRUP CoughsSore Grippe Pneumonia an all severe lung affections consumption Tnke mn ng Act nt once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prescription used over 60 years only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont be im posed Refuse the dealers substitute it is not as good na Dr julls Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism Aches end Pains 1525cts rr Question Answered thelargestcivilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or t biliousness Doctors were seam iand they seldom heanl of I ifnllurpFlower to clean out the system and 4stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stim tulato the nervous and organic action Wf the system marl that is all they twithheahwehesonly heed a few doses of Greens August Mower In liquid form to make ynjfituinfied there is nothing serious the jnattcr with you For sale by S B Iolmes 4ly YEARS PKntENCE I W J GKUWALDt Professional Plano and OrgonTuncr nndHo 80daysGEORGE H STEH1V Dec 22ly DO YOU WAN tTo soil your real estate timber or coal stoeltof goods Do you wnnt to or exchange totkind of property Write me with all thoIparticulars as may bo able to help you dose J M N Charleston W Va Box 47k Dec 16ly i1 For Sale 7 1S xj mndelRumblerat this office tf WANTED Two salesmen in each State permanentiposition salary and perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 26mlq A fl Good Christmas Suggestion One of tho most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest nsa Christ mas gift is the latest improved Cyeo Bearing Bissell sweeper How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic life and what a relief from the worrysomo old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction R Rogers Sons deo I7ly IAt i can we of we a our f 1 d 41 fwun ST ST AT 1 tl oI MI l Jt a f OF RESPECT At n meeting of the First Bap fist Church held night December 13 1900 a committee t5 was appointed who reported the i following preamble and resolu fcione Whereas Our Heavenly Father Chois seen fit to remove from our midst the oldest member of our church Sister Margaret E Gra It iam in the eightysecond year of bern e therefore Resolved That in the death of j our beloved sister the church has f BU tahied arc loss r Jl For sixtyfour years she was a consistent member of this church t In prosperity and in adversity she was the Stuns cheerful sand hope- fulChristian She was ever mindful of the sorro and distressed orphans having feareda large number of orphan children besides her own large z j That as a wife t mother sister and friend she was model of tender and loving care earnest and true Resolved That we tender to her rthiSIjft The father Gone for the doctor The mother Alone with her suffer ing child come When there is croup in the house you cant get the doe tor quick Its too dangerous to wait Dont make such a mis take again it may cost- a life Always keep on hand a dollar bottle of YQT4 PtelorallIt cures the croup at once Then when any one in the family comes down with a hard cold or cough a few doses of the Pectoral will cut short the attack at once A 25 cent bottle will cure a miserable cold the SOc size is better for a cold that has been hanging on Kecpxbe dollar she M kind cured with Ayers Cherry Binco wnlen tlmo I have Kept Ayers medicines in the house and rooom mend them to all friends C D LLT EW80N Jan Bristol Vt Write the Doctor If you fro any complaint whatever and the Dr J 0 Ann Lowell Mans IZZilU Fancies In Dress GoodstA You want the best to be had for the money This is not the only line of dry goods in the town it is the best Our 4 specialty is the newest ideas in goods and prices all quarters we hear many flattering comments on our methods and business enterprise We suit the people and suit you Altthough have sold lots dress goods in the past few weeks still have s great many nice goods to select from See line before buying elsewhere il 1 CLAIR BRIDGE RESOLUTIONS Wednesday irreparable ospeeialythe familyResolved Watchful t Vlillthedoetor enough 1 Ileardylrig doctortreo17 but the lowest From bereft sons our sincere sympathy as a church we will try to emulate her example love each other more and serve the Master better that tine may meet her in that glorious land where there will be no more sorrow no entire parting Resolved That these resolu tions be sprAnd upon the records of our church and copy sent to the family JULIA B McCLURE ELIZABETH RODMAN ADA GARRETT J B LEWIS Committee =A PROMINENT CHICAGO WOMAN SPEAKS Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago VicePresident Illinois Womans Alliance in speaking of Chamber lains Cough Remedy says I suffered with a severe cold this winter which threatened to run differentIstomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and it relieved mo at once I am now entirely recovered saved a doctors bill time and suffering and I will never be without this splendid medicine again For sale by J W Ggyle Druggist1m CHANGE OF DATE The date of the concert to be given by the Capital City Orches tra has been changed from Thurs day January 31st to Wednesday January 30th All lovers of good music should remember this changeFOR SALE OR RENT The late residence of Col Thosi Rodman containing eleven rooms is offered for sale or rent Large yard and garden attached Apply on premises to MISS ELIZABETH RODMAN 18lt Crushed oyster shells will make your hens lay only lo per pound at LangdonCieasoy Co 18lt DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE The late residence of Col Tom Rodman corner Steel and Second streetsn very desirable piece of property is offered for sale in to days paper The executors also call on all persons having claims against the estate to present same proven as required by law for payment BLOWN TO ATOMS The old idea that the body sometimes needs a powerful drastic purgative pill has been ex ploded for Dr Kings New Life Pills which are perfectly harm less gently and bowels to expel poisonous matter cleanse the system and absolutely laurA Constipation and Sick Head 11ohe Only 25c at J W Qayles dVjg store lint F C KAGIN BRO I I V1 1 2I J r IFur the Roundnbout TIS SWEET TO HOLD CONVERSE- AT EVE Tis sweet to hold converse at eve With one whose spirit meets our own With one whose genial brenst will heave Tho be our mood of joy or moan The rabble and the world to flee The brooding care that life entails- A stormtossed bark that quits the sea And In some haven furls Its satin No truer blessing earth can give Than this a soul to soul consume Tis then we find It worth to live That life holds yet a gracious boon H H F A few more of those rugs only 98o at LangdoriCroasey Co 18lt MOVED TO NEW QUARTERS Owing to the large increase in his clientage Dr R P Buckmas ter the hustling young Osteop athist has been compelled to move into larger quarters He has rented the four large lower rooms in the residence of Mr John E Miles No 113 St Clair street and has had them handsolnoly fitted up and furnished with all the latest conveniences He has also employed as lady assistant Dr Nettie Eurrow of Kirksville Mo who is an accomplished lady is a graduate of Kirksville College of Osteopathy and has large experience The work done by Dr Buckmas tel in this city and county has been eminently satisfactory and successful When threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble prompt relief is necessary as it is dangerous to delay We would suggest b81tnkencures quickly and its early use prevents consumption South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie APPELLATE COURT CHANGES On Mowlay last Chief Justice Hazel rigg sat as a judge of the Court of Appeals for the last time and that simply to sign up the orders of the September term of courtIJudge Ed C ORear elected to succeed Judge Hazelrigg pre sented his commission was sworn ipby Deputy Clerk R L Greene and took his seat on the bench By an agreement between the two judges holding the oldest commission Judges Guffy and Paynter Judge Paynter will act as Chief Justice for the year 1901 and Judge Guffy for 1902 Judge White will retire after this year but he was elected to fill the Vacancy caused by the death of Judge J R Grace The election of subordinate officers will be made shortly Good Sugar Corn as long aait lasts only op per can at Langdou Crehlloy Go 18- 1tjjL jj SOUTHERN RfllUflY IN KENTUCKY e ndin id SohidaU la Hint Mel 20 Plot XA3TBOUND No L No 5 No1- LT Louisville 745am 400pm 745pm- 010amAr Shelby vllle 905pm- 860amAr Larencebg 325pm 945pm lo0pmArWESTBOUND No II N No Lv Lexington 730am 496pm lliaal Ar Versailles 755am 502pm 535am Ar Larencebg 820am 53Opm 653am Ar Shelbyvllle 910am llBpm 630am Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 750am EASTBOUND WESTBOUND 74OpmI104Oaa25pm 730pm 1D55am Ar Burgin Lv 430pm 7lOaq EASTBOUND WESTBOUND No 15 INo 16ltNo61 400pm tNo011STATIONSAr 1040am 740pm 632pm Ar 910am 615pm 647pm Ar 760am 502pm 340pm740pmEASTBOUND WESTBOUND tNo lltNo 51 STATIONS tNo tNoZ 745am 400pm Lv Loulsvll AI 1040am 740pm 5OJpmlIream1158pm 830pm Ar Rlcnmnd Lv 605am 310pm 105pm Ar Irvine Lv 155pm STATIONS No TNO1 745pmArAr Knoxville 700pm 745am lOpmArAr Jacksonville 925am Lv Chattanooga 605pm 625am Ar Atlanta 1025pm 1150am Ar Macon 1265am 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830am 1000pm Lv Chattanooga 610pm 045am Ar Birmingham 1005pm lt45am 93OpmArNo 3 through sleeping car Louisville to Blri mlngham via Lexington and Chattanooga- No 5 tree observation chaircar LouUvllla LexingtonNo observation abaft oar Lexington U Louisville No sleepingcar Birmingham to Louisville via Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington and Durgin d BstwcenVersailles and OeorgetownNos and ISduily os and ea dal1yexc pt Sunday Between Versailles Nlcholasvllle Rich mond and Irvine dally except Sundry tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSOANNON3d VpAOM J tt CnLPT Washington D C Washington DQ V7ATUUKUPA WMHTATIOBAU 1A Washluuton D C Louisville Ivj BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills- VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS StCHilRRUGG PASSR IlT fHOWARD ELLIOTT QENL or L W WAKELEY OENL PASSR AQTST WANTEDAt Once Tra veI- ling salesmen with or without exuel1sesVritePeerless Tobacco Works Bedford City Virginia ISlra The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis i And all Points West North west and Southwest r The only lino running three double daily highhnnkto St Louis running two double daily trains with high tack seat couches and Pullman Sleepers through without change Tickets on sale at L N office this city For informs tion as to rntes route BlcepinRcar berthi etc pil on A V Hite agent R tr ad dressBLBRYAOTTPA 1cL J IRWIN G1 A Louisville tXIN TON EASTERN RYy e LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900t EAST BOUND 4MIL1SEx Sun r P A Lv Lexington 2g llontrosu F 2 F 00 t Avon 2 F 8 F257 F817M Winchester 810 880 23 Mistletoe F815 L E Junction 3 8 j 80 Indian Fields F S F 9 00 Clay City 3 M 0 Stnnton 00 9 25 Rosslyn F F 9 on F 9 86 Dundee 4JMF94T Natural Brlll o F if 9 84 58 OlencairnF4 39 958 62 Torrent 4 08 Jj Fincastk F 7 03 F10 83 BeattyvUlo Junction 511 10 20 Benttyville Lv 460 00 B Ar 5 1045 LvSt Helens 5 F10 89 I 79 Tnllega s F 5 85 F10 82 5431089 S4II Onkdnlo F5 50F1100 so Elkntawa Fll Zi Ar Jackson 0 80 WESTBOUND r 8IDLESEx Sun Lv Tnok jon 6 2 25 Elkatuwn 683F289 Onkdalo F 40 F 2 49 e2 Athol 050 2 60 O Tnllogn F704F304 St Holons 710F810 lBcnttyvillo Junction 7 23 t LtW6s F757F860 Si Natural Bridge F 03 t5 Dundee 803F408 FilBOH 8 4 4i Rosulyn F82HF4 25 Stanton r 8 83 Clay City 8 Indian Fields 8 59 F 2i L 8 E Junction 9 5 2t MLstlotoo 8 fJFg20 Winchester Wyandotte F 9 F lIAvon 9 49P5 o Montroso F 9 58 F o Ar Lexington 6 EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS 4 1 TRADE MARKS if ifCOPYRIGHTSAnyonosendingaketchanddescrtptlonmay our Communttsl- one Invention Is probably Ilandbookon Pateu5 tent free Oldest locunnffpai tenta Patents taken through Munn tt Co recelT4 tPtcial notie without charge lathe Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Iartto eolation of any iclentino Journal Terms a year four months t Bold by all newadealonu t 1UNN Co361sroadway New DtBranch Office F St Washington Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed LETTER FROM PHILLIP PINES Abulag Province of Cagayan Island of Luzon P I Nov 20 1900 Editor Roundabout Since coming to this place the hadta splendid opportunity to observe some of the social customs of the people but owing to my very de Sfloient knowledge of Spanish there are many things about which I am pot well informed While Span ish is not the natural tongue of the Philippine each tribe having a separate language nearly all the better educated natives spea more or less Spanish Provinces are divided into diItricts called pueblos which correspond to our counties and th chief native ruler ofa pueblo is tho Presidente The final e i pronounced The name of the pueblo is the same as that of the Aj principal town in which the Presi deute resides The smaller towns in the pueblo are called Barrios of i the principal place and each of these has one or more officials called Cabasas These Cabasas tore subject to the orders of the Prosidente who is a powerful official and not supposed to be t ts j scrupulously honest unless 1atohed and not necessarily then reSSaeivesj thirtyfive pesos equal to sevenj teen dollars and fifty cents ofour money per month but it is 1USI sible for him to get a good deal more out of it in different ways os considerable business passes through his hands It has been the custom of the country where an official employs a man to do work for others for the official to keep or receive part of the pay of the man who does the work The commanding officer of our forces Sr here has found it almost impos sible to get work done promptly by natives without going to the Presidente unless he should use forcible means which is not always deemed advisable You anyZdozen chickens to renting a house f The man who supplies the chickens hetThe individual members of the native police force here are on duty about twelve days per month The sergeant of the force receives four pesos per month a corporal ii three and private one and a half t They are armed with daggers wear Uniforms and can make a nice ap pearance when they try I The people are hospitable like- S a to have a good time and are fond ofshow ceremonies and feasts The larger towns have what they call Fiesta and people attend from for and near At these fiestas they eat drink gamble smoke and dance attended one some time ago at which they had some outdoor sports One num ber on the program was the climb ing of ono or two greased poles another was a riding tournament in which the rider would attempt to run a stick through a small ring attached to a piece of ribbon li The prize was a watch The next number was rather barbarous Three or four chickens wereLsuq i pended by their legs from a rope and as the horseback riders passed I under they would reach up and f try to null off the head of chicken After the first few 0I tempts the rider was in danger g3tting his clothes soiled as one aor two of the chickens suffered from nausea There was a fiesta at this place ito September which was supposed last two days but in reality it lasted about three I do not know what the first thing on the program was but it was probably something at the church Ther- is a Catholic church in every town ofany consequence About 0 0 10 ocock in the morning of the first day the American army officers went to the house of the Presidente where there was a re ception Soon after we arrived we were served with a light meal I do not remember of what that individual meal consisted but for example will say a cup of choco late crackers of onefbr two kinds bread and liquors There was another and larger meal abort noon but I will not enter into de forkgotten about it and have one more vividly in mind Vliile the fiesta was in progress bendein attendance besides the home 01st music At the Presideutes that lilY the guests were entertained by music dancing smoking and gambling The gambling table was in one corner of the room used for dancing The second day of the feast wa on the birthday of the priest an his house was the chief scene of the festivities that day until night when a ball was givena t the Presidente as soon as I arrived some one brought meJ some beer or some such beverage which declined and a little later tne priest cants around and asked if I would have chocolate I told him I would and he soon had me served with a delightful cup of chocolate and ladyfingers in the room where the gambling was progress ioI At these entertainments are usuailytwo or three varieties of alcoholic drinks but it is oreI to see a native thoroughly under the influence of them Smoking material such as cigar or cigart ettes perhaps both are always supplied and you are supposed to help yourself to them without waiting for an invitation Both men and wonien smoke I have seen women on the streets of a nearby town smoking cigars an inch thick and eight or ten inches long At this place gambling is ap parently not discouraged or looked down on It is done openly At the entertain lents the gambling table is patronized principally byl the women who playa game with cards called boro The menji gamble too but theydo the most of theirs out of doors betting on cockfights Pock fighting is the national sport and takes place RtI regular place every Sunday afternoon The town has a cook ijit just as our towns have i houses I do not know whetherI the fights are now a source of municipal revenue or not but they were at one time and were regu lated bylaw the same as the transI fer of property or any fundamental law of the land They have a judge of the fights who is paid- out of municipal funds gild thei Presidents or VicePresidente sides over the betting AccordingI to the old law the Presidento and judge of tho fights were not allowed to participate in tho betting ij At these tights each chickens r armed with a gaff There is no endof occasions on which enter tainments be given Some time ago I attended one given in honor of the birthday of nson Soon after that the head of the house died and we attended the funeral which was early in tho morning We accompanied the remains from the house to the church and each of us carried a lighted candle about four foot long but before we left the house we were served with ohocolate Aa and after their customContrib utedsomething to the widow- e toward the funeral expenses I rwas invited to be present again about nine days after but I had to be out of town that day and do not know what took place Last week I attended a dinner every day for three consecutive days then missed a day and attended the fourth one for that week At the first and last of these entertainments I also took breakfast with them I do not know the name of the host or hostess in but one instance The first of these entertainments was anniversaryrthe Insurrectos The next was in commemoration of the sixth anniversary of the death of the hus band of the hostess and the third was in commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the death cf one of the grandparents of either the host or hostess Dancing was theln1Thelastmentioned entertainment was the wasdserved oiia long table capable of seating twentytwo people Major Hinds the Commanding Officer theheadright and SenorJuan Segilig the Presidente of the pueblo set at his left Next to thePresidentej thoISenor Pedro Perez Most of the ladies who ate at the first table tobJrIis the Spanish custom to stack as many plates up in front of the seat as one is supposed to need during the meal and in the case of an American official there is usually some one waiting to take his plate as soon as he is through with it and to refill his glass when it is already onehalf or twothirds full I do not knowI where the custom is derived P but with some of the natives a glass of water on the table is for the use of as many as cal to it I was at an entertainment useI oeutly where the glasses were scarce and I got hold of lone and used it and then put it by my plate but soon noticed that the little girls on myright had gotten it used it and then placed Lieujtenontanything of the kind around the room1 when some one consumes only a portion of the contents of glass it is refilled and passed on At the third of the series of three entertainments mentioned above there were nine plates stacked at the Majors place and twelve at mine and I think three at each of the tbontI the did not ticsueach place and perhaps did not t gItines as lavishly as they did us I do not know why there were more plates at my place than there Nero at the Majors unless they were put there by mistake Twelve plates wore more than Irhad ever encountered before and when I flab down I did not know whether we were going to have that iriauy courses or not but when I left the table I still had three unused plates to my credit There wore two dishes hat I did not try so if I hid eaton these I might have had only pno plate left I do not remember th exaot order in which the dj toner inert served but there was a Bard roll by each plate and the ifirsb course wasa good B01 pprQ all rSPa getti Next came pork ohiokeno j i 1fFrankfortOincinnatiRailway THE MIDLAND ROUTE oiInIIN 51 AM PassDally Except SunderNoa Pass 10M iVr X 702 Elkhorn 1L07 135 401 710 Swltzer 1100 7165 UU 720 StainpInOround 1060 649184D203 416 726 Duvall IOf3 215 422 731 Johnson 1037 f Ijf 280 4 740 Gflonwtown 1082 fI300 43S 760 CS Depot un 1028 617 7SB = 448 R07 Newtown 963 608 = 1460 81tCentervlUe 945 665 5IX R20 Elizabeth 940 660 510 aso Ar 4 a connects with L N w connects with iitconnects with Ky Central l Between Frankfort and Cincinnati PM PM PM ino 340 6ro rvFrankfort M Ilfl 7fIo 438 745 Ar CrorgetownLv 1028 617i t r I KENTOOm NEWSPAPER a Y OU A for from the Child to the the Laborer to the Banker 10 to 20 Pag s Paper in the South 1 RATES BY MAIL ONLY Year 300 IOneMonths 200 The Evening roost has an admirably equipped Washington Bureau which will covert doings of Congress completely has the full Associated PrsaReport complete accurate All the News All Drop Postal Card for Sample Copy THE POST KY r and intestines of some kind all on the same plate I took some of gottvithoutcame rice lour giblets Rice isr their standard article food gild tIbe eaten any time during the meal along with the other dishes When there are no strangers around the natives eat rice from their fingers After the rice and giblets came meat which at the time we took wild thick wont of some pro pared in another way omelet baked fish with dressing deviled crabs small fowls or birds I dont iknowwhioh nm They do not seem to be very great eaters of sweets The fish crabs and meat which we supposed was venison were splendid I did pots taste the omelet and last moat course I think there were two varieties of liquor on tho table do not think we received soh II invitations because they ore cinlly fond of ug personally probably invite us because hey think it villndd to the grandeur of the entertainment to have it Attended by American army officers and some perhaps because the feel that they are called upon to do 1 think that it ur officers generally that as a the natives are at heart all opposed to the Americans NEVIL M GARR13TT THREAT ENErD C Unfcer 212 Maple Sn Campaign 111 writes I was with a hacking cough and I thought I had the consump tinn I tried a great many rem edies and was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys arid Tar It cured mo and not been troubled since McKee Hardie and South Long moor J IJrX Nom i1No6UJxd 916t ttI610i0 GREATEST cant do without It when It only costs especiallyI rate of ONE CENT A LOUISVILLE EVENING POST The Great d Paper of the South Department Everybody Lawyerfrom DailyBiggest 1I I I and thcTlsa a EVENING LOUISVILLE of at cIII aoIS CONSUMPTION troubledI Honeyj THE Department 125I THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE Every year a large number of = sufferers whose lungs are sore recited with coughs are urged to go to another climate Butiis costly and not always sure KingsNew will cure you at home Its the rr must infallible medicine for r sloughs Colds and all Throat and tJIcures result from persistent use i CrnyletsPrice IWhy gnolonWed1m GOOD REASONS I every respectable thinking man should swear just ae often acid as hard as he can 1 iIBecaulQ it is such an elegant 1 Iway of expressing ones thoughts 2 Because it issuohn conchs linR 1ve proof of taste and good bJeehttAJ 8 Because it is such a sure nyJ C of making ones self agreeable tIr is friendst r 7r 4 Because it isa positive evi ci deuce of acquaintance with good t literature 15 Beqauso it furnishes such ai good example anti training for t ttbays3Because Imnn88 Because it is such a good way of increasing duos seifre Bpect 1 9 Because it is such a help tolimanhood trod virtue in many t ways 1I10= Because it is such an ihfal v J lible way of improving ones Ift chances in tho hereafter Such little pills as DeWitts Little Early Risers are very easily taken and they ere wonderfully effective in cleansing cud bowels South Longmoor audi W MoKqe Hardie Gar