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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT J 1YOLsHONEYSUCKLE j tobacco shipping is in full blast r The prices realized are very fair t Mrs Fannie Mitchell who ha t been very muoh indisposed for the r past week we tire glad to sway is c improvingI Rumor says we are soon to have a telephone line running through from Bagdad to Frankfort winch will add much to our community r Mr Harry Rodgers arid family have moved to Lexington Mr is at work in tno L it X tRodJers Hurry is a clover fellow wish him tiiicccss in his of labor Well electioneering is over for a time and we hope that some of our hard working politicians will reallythinkgreat carrying extreme loads of tanglefoot and encouraging their candidates by wagering their lust dollar At last iieiHon precmct was extended over Jacksonville Bagdad and clmfr over in Indiana If boys wore1pug pants they were considered a legal voter A try jag campaign it was Mr James Whitman and wife left Monday for a visit to reln tives and friends in Lexington Mrs J H Sudduth of Lees f town is very ill at this writing Misses Etta Allison and Naomi Clark are attending school at Frankfort Mrs Pearl Mitchell is visiting relatives on Stonoy Creek Mr Sam Hujettd and wife haye gone to housekeeping in the home formerly occupied by Mr Hulette We wish them every success pos sible all along the voyage of Jibs rugged sea GDuring the present term of the truly hope that some fieffo1t may be made to punish attend socialwho gatherings yes even religions worship t for the sole purpose of disturbing or committing some lowlived deed to the congregation At an entertainment which was given n few weeks ago there were all sorts of misdemeanors Horses were deprived of mane und tail buggy robes out to pieces one was stolen improper Jungjage was used and one horse so badly treated that he died from the J effects Now friends and fellow t citizens can you tell of anything much worse that has taken place in the mountains amongst much dotested people If there is any form of law there at all it is as much enforced as here inI Franklin couutv Shame and disgrace is hovering over our land from north to south by reason of the lack of prtteition by the officeholders I am no officeseeker particularbutfor the man that would slot doj d justice to his fellow man UI how could we expect justice for ourselves when Ire had done him self the injustice of accepting an office to which he had not been justly elected Awake thou that sleepest and arouse from your lethargy and God will give thee lightMessrs Floyd and Leslie Young l made a business trip to Louisville last Tuesday n Mr Tom Hulette has added much to the appearance of his dwelling by a new coat of boxing Mr Warren Pulliam is erecting a new house on his premises which will soon be complete the Semonious Bros contractors Mr Allen Sti ors of Switzert paid his respeot to Miss Etta Allison Saturday night and Sunday Allen is a handsome young while Miss Etta is a most accomplished lady Oh what a cbuple they would makeJKlliert Goins one of ourI Ifottlr mg and rosporous young ears he e Jnu8 his wagon t f4eL l and team far more than all the pretty girls Thats where you are Elbort Your business is making you money while the expensesJohn LeCorapte has re IMr from Oklahoma where he been prospecting for a loca tionWell dear readers I trust you will exousemistakes and blunders as this is my first attempt As my dear old Uncle Zeko always enjoyed writing to the Round about I thought how proud he would feel if perchance he should read this to know that his niecn was following in his footsteps and trying to live a useful life like her old uncle So wishing our editor a happy now year I am ever MOLLIE YOOUM Remember we tiny in large quan tities wo sell fast therefore you get fresh qleun pure wholesome goods from us at pricns which as LnngdonCrenser KNEW HIS BUSINESS A verdant youth dropped into a jewelers and after gazing at some fraternity pins in the snow case said to the proprietor Thems mighty nice breast- pins you got Char mister What kind of a pin would you like to look at How muoh is this one with a pair o compasses and a squar Pointing to a innsonio pin Five dollars Five dollars eh You havut got one with any handsaw on it have you Im just outer my SObUPjn8 so folks would know what I was doin Well Ill take it though Id like one with a handsaw but I guess mebbe thats plain enough The compass is to mark out yer workand the square is to measure it when marked out and any durn fool knows that G stands for gimlet Standard Granulated Sugar 16 pounds for 1 at LandgonCroasey Co 1 Ult NEW MANAGER Mr Robt A Hancock has been appointed manager of the Lang donCreasey Cos big grocery store in this city to succeed Mr Ira S Shy who has been promoted to a estalJ1ishment oughly reliable gentleman and good businessman The company he represents sell goods as low as can be done We trust Mr Han cook will be successful in his new work Such little pills as DeWitts Little Earll Risers are very easily taken and they are wonderfully effective in cleansing the liver and bowels South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie WEEK OF COMIC OPERA The Columbia Comic Opera Company will be the attraction- at the Capital Theatre for one week with Wednesday and Satur day matinee commencing Monday January 21st presenting for that night the ever welcome La Mascotte Not only does this or ganization come to us as a success the field of musical attractions but it is offered with the assurance that the renditions of the many operas in their repertoire will i demonstrate tho artistic merits not only of the ensemble work but of the principal soloists InI catering to the lovers of music with this company the manage ment thereof have notbeenunmind dressIiugthe eye of tho auditor and lends much attraction to the sweet music which is food for the ear This company hoastsof two good comedians who interpret the company in an exhilarating way that is refreshing to those who admire clean and whpleaome comedy Tho Columbia Co will present during their engagement in Frank fort a popular repertoire of light operas at popular prices which should be appreciated by the musical public On Monday night ladies Will be admitted free accompanied by a paid thirty five cent ticket which must be secured at the place of advance sale before Op m of that day Prices Gallery lOc balcony 20c lower floor 85c Pumpkin pies like mother used to make out of our GoldenPump LangdonCreasey FORKS OF EKLHORN Mr John Holtonof ShelbyvillelE was called here this week by the death of Mrs Joe L Holton Miss Alice French went to Louisville Tuesday last where sho will stay several weeks Miss Daisy Hookensmith is the guest ofMiss Florence Easily at Stamping Ground Miss Ella Yates of Georgetown attended the funeral of Mrs Joe L HoltolTuesday Suter s last week at Switzer with Miss Fannie Jones Mr Ervin Moore and wife made a flying trip to Georgetown this weekMr R L French of Monterey spent part of this week the guest of his brother Mr Will French Miss Mattie Lucas of Mcnterey is the guest of her mother and father Mr M B Lucas and wife Messrs Walter and Harry Jef fers gave a social near Steadman town Tuesday night last Mrs Joe L Holton died Mon day morning at 8 oclock after an illness of only a week of pneu surprisetovas a member of Buck Run Church a dutiful daughter lov ing wife and fond mother She leaves four smell children and a brokenhearted husband mother two sisters Mrs J H Polsgrove Miss Ida Stone and two brothers Mr Te Stone of the F 0 Railroad and Mr Richard Stone of Missouri besides a host of relations and friends who mourn her loss but her memory will live with all that knew her as she was one of those sweet characters thnfr had a pleasant smile and kind word for all Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday after noon by Rev E F Wright at Buck Run Church after which the remains were placed in the cemetery The afflicted family have the heartfelt sympathy of all the community A KID HUNG JURY The jury in the not9J ions lori neon murder case were unable to agree and were discharged Wednesday afternoon It is rumored that they stood ten for conviction and two for acquittal A carload of that fine sugar corn wont last long at 5e per can LangdonCreasey Co 19lt A Evx J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL SAFFELLS and Fancy Groceries IStaple rr and Glassware I Fine Wines and Whiskies t == We ask our cityandcountry friends to call at 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods J M Saffell Son7 rL1A M I PLYMOUTH AND PITTSBURG COAL I am receiving atfd unloading now 75000 bushnls of freshly mined Plymouth Lump anti Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is largo and ilean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Company W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 tIroRclWit JJr 223 225 MAIN ST fRANNFOHTY PERSONALS Eon I PJckonotrItIs was hero n Tuesday a wasywetl Mrs Bourne Owstay visited relatives at Midway last week Hon W O Davis of Versailles was here on Thursday Miss Flora Foote of LoxJiigtonNis visit Ing Miss Jennie Lee Mr 0 E Sominers of Ellzabethtowr was here this week t J InLMr H M Stanley of Louisville was a visitor here this week Hon J B MoOhesney of Richmond Was hero on Thursday Hon K C Burns of CatlefctsburR was in the ofty Thursday Miss Lewanna Martin is on a months visit to relatives in Danville toKnoslsoIdhouHStamping 1Miss Innn Labiot has returned from a to friends in Covlngtpn Miss Bonnie Hookensmith leavos next weelrfor Texas to visit relatives Miss Katie Lindsey is visiting Mis Charlie Jones at Ponsacola Fin MIss May Long of Leitohfleld Is tleJguest of Mrs Clara Buckley Chew Mr Dlok VanDerveer has returned from a trip to Clncibuati and Columbus O Miss Laura Theobald of Louisville is the guest of Mrs W F Grayot this week Rev Jos S Felix of Louisville was the guest of Rev M B Adams on Mon day daughterSand Griseldn Scott of Lexington was thisrMrs W M Saffell and daughter Miss Todd were visitors in Louisville this week Col W C Owens was in the city on Thursday and made tan argument in the Howard case Hon Chas II Stoll of Lexington was here as nn attorney before the Circuit Court this week Mr Frank McKee of Woodford county was tho guest of Dr R P Buckmaster on Wednesday Dr E E Humo returned Wednesday from a visit to his sister at Taylorsville Spencer county Mr J Cralk Jackson who lies been TisitiiiR at Ashevlllo N C returned home on Wednesday night Mr Will Ely of Portus Falls hisiMrs It B Spencer of Detroit Mich who has been the guest of Mrs C R Tauiblyn has returned home Miss Josle Hughes of Woodlake was the guest of Mrs J Albert Posoy Main street South Side this week JMlss Burgess of Mtiysvllle who has boon the guest of her sister Mrs John C Chenault have returned home rMrs R P Popper and daughter Miss Elizabeth were guests of Mrs C H Jlatohltt at Kuwtowi last weokf Mrs Courtland Pr Chenault returned groin Asheville N C on Thursday vrhoro the has been visiting her husband 1Sir C W Kenney of Owen ton who Ibas bec n tho guest of his brother Mr J Kenney returned home on Saturday Dr P H FitzhiiRh of New York CItyf distinguished physician and surgeon ohSir H W Alexander and wife of Fay otie county who have been guests of her father Mr W J Hughes have returned home IMrs J Rr McKee and daughter Miss e Bjttkul Wocdford county werothegtitBiS t of MtsIJ B Lewis Third street on Wednesday Mrs R 11 Bergman of Irvine who haS been visiting hw parents Capt I T weSt and wife for several weeks has re tj turned home Mr Thos B Rodman wife and daugh S tar who have been Visiting relatives in Alt Sterling for two weeks returned home on Wednesday Col John G Craddook of tho Paris KentuckianCItizen was a lookeron at tho meeting of the Democrat c State Con tral Commlteo meeting on Thursday Mr Lysander B Conway and wife neo Hogo have returned from their wedding trip and will spend several days wJth her father Col Chas E logo and family e Miss Nettle S Furrow of Kirksvllle Mo assistant to Dr R P Buckmaster 1 Osteopathlst arrived in this city on Thursday and has taken rooms with Mrp Sam Stoele 4 Miss Esther Burnam gave a delightful r H J i rl J FOIl IIT SOUTH LONOMOOB LisCOMPTE GAYLE BARRETT =german to a largo number of our young society people on Wednesday night It was one of the most enjoyable entertainments of tbu and the dancing vii II kept up until 3 oclock on Thursday morning There neVer line been a wholly PanAmerican Exposition aifd ono which opens at Buffalo May 1st 1901 may he the only ne At nil events nothing of e kind in its century is likely to surpass it Sore and swollen shorn shooting pains torturingjnusoloB no rest no sleep That mean rheumatism lt is ri stubborn disease to fight but Chamber glue Pain Balm has conquered it thousands of timo It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it Ono npplicatiut relieves the pain rod solo J W Gayle Druggist 1m The worldfamed cataract of the Niagara is so conveniently non r the site of this PanAmerican Ex position that it may fairly be in cluded in the list of its attrac tions IF BANNER SALVE doesnt cure your piles your money will be returned It is the most healing medioiiie W Me Kee Hard e and South Long p1r ji tt To get a really goodcup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you berryhermetically of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES inducedIother coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can g- etArbucklei Roasted Coffee for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesideS being better flavored more satis fying You will find a list of useful arti cles in each package of Arbuckles Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yours when you buy the coffee The one you select from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY CO GUY SVLBNDBRi02m season by sure The Empire State stands as one of the sponsors for tho Ian Amer loan Exposition at Buffalo hav 800000tl1oreI iiient building of white marble When threatened by pneumonia promptIthat One Minute Cough Cure betaken as soon as indications of having taken cold are noticed It usesLongmoor and W MoKee Hardie If you dont know just where to go next summer you cant make any mistake ingoing to the Pan morican Exposition Quality find not quantity makes poWitts Little Early Risers auch valuable little liver pills South Longmoor and W McKee Har die It takes 85Q arcos to hold the PanAmerican Exposition at Buf Palo and that is a mighty big farm 4 Reasonable prices in everything from food to features will be the PanAmericans policy and Bin fjilo will gllow suit Go to I 1 STAGG 6 BACON y Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street i For Your Fall Hardware Paints Oils Glass Lime Cerrient i Meat Cutters Loaded Shells Powder Shor Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc Stagg A N D Bacon Ellendale Commercali Il College Nor DR School for Boys and Young Men who wish to study k Bookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short t1iI Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic Tho college is located in one of the most healthful and refined neighborhoods in county remote from all temptations and distractions of city or 1 town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a jI good position Catalogues free Re opens September 10 1900 11 l JY E Gardiner A M Pres f Y July 216m CURDSVILLE ICY j r THE NorlhWestern Limited iiif Electric = Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and Minneapolis j Leaves Chicago 630 p m every day l Dayligbt Train leaves Chicago 900 a m 4i fdailyfNight Express 1015 p m daily Duluth and St Paul Fast Mail 10 pnJ Daily i O J1W All Agents Sell Tickets Via CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN RY 1l1 The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis 1iAand Duluth i jI Address W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago Jf1t A PROMINENT CHICAGO WOMAN SPEAKS Prof Roxayler of Chicago VicePresident Illinois Womans1 chamberIlnill8 ltH11iptoworse and tho medicine upset my stomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to takeand it relieved me at once Tam 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 Gayle Druggist 1m The Columbia Comic Opera Co all week commencing lIondayI January 21 Prices Ladies free opening night ifac companied by paid coupon ticket Feed your horses and cattle on Vim Oat Feed atLangdbnCreasey Co 10lt MISlLErrOEBOUG7fAND FARCE The ladles of Ascension Church Guild will give a rendition of the Mistletoe Bough at tho Opera House Tuesday Jannary29 Tickets 500 No eztra charge for reserved seats It is hoped there may be a largo attendance FJi fI c o = I 3r CmlyB Condition rowleru are l fJ1 just what a horcQ needs when in bud Atcondition Tonic blood purifier and t tThey are not food butttimedicine and the best in use to put a z horpe in prime condition Price 26 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and l I 1jLcCompte Gayle Co lfIji THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TOE rrJJACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave SiLojilsvillo 745 n m daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrive i Chattanooga 550 p m arrive 1025 p m arrive Jaok sonvll1 880 a in Equally us t good schedule returning Alsorf fn train leaving Louisville 745 p in m 1sleeping l Southern Railway in connection with the Queen Crescent Route rXI is the only line with 24 hour t 1f schedule between Louisville and J1 JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson ville for all points in South Florida Ir Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida N and the Southern States also torHavana Nassau and Porto Rlco via Southern RailwayS tv Information 230 Fourth Avenue t rLouisville A Whet on r Agent DWoGen PasH Agent c IWM H YfAGP r Louisville Ky kI7Iuau OPIU 1tI L WHutE N iN I r I1 rr ItI i CLEARANCE SALE OF CLOAS J SUITS 7 AND SKIRTS I 500 Jackets now 250 600 Jackets now 300I750 Jackets nov J gg t p fiooo Jackets now 598 6g8SO898j2000 now 1200 1600tX FAY STOCKINGS f For Ladies and Children Up to stay Jr Try them and you will always Guy them No 1 garters no supporters needed 8 o JOP3HSTSO1 COtr 111 IMEaia Witt u e tit DEATHS f1Jr k OhTONAt Ierbometn FolieHof Elkhoru on Monday morning Mrs Beulnh V Hqlton Iwjfe of Mr Joe Holton aged 80 years of pneumonia Mrs Holton was a beuutiful- laccomplishedand young woman whose friends wore bounded by her aoquaintance She was a faithful and earnest Christian a member of Buck Run Baptist Church She leaves a de and heartbroken husband ofvotedlittle children the younges of whom is a babe of ten months two brothers and two sisters bo1 side a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her untimely death I She Was Only sick a few short days but the dread disease did its work quickly Her faith failed not although naturally she was anxious abou- the l future of her loved bats The funeral services took place from Buck Riin Church on Tuts day afternoon at 2 oclock Rev E Wright of Voodlakel officiating after which nails were interred in the family lot in our cemetery HORD In Versailles otf Wednesday Mr George T Hord aged about 74 years of pneumonia Mr Hord was aj one time a banker in Versailles but of late years had retired and gave his IrfitVANTTG CATCH rises Go fishing where fish have been others want be r cured take the medicine which has GoldenMedicalthe stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition cures many diseases which seem remote from the stoinacltinorigin forthree0 heart shortness breath and low sprits Collctonreally thought I would soon die Had a I thetimenot feed myself My aunt Induced to Discoverywhich eUDuringphysicians sethe HAS CURED 9dPER CENT OIr THOS WHO HAVE USED ITi IsF rp 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1800 Suits nowj 1098 20 oo Suits now 1298 2500 Suits now 1698 3000 Suits now i 8g8 4000 Suits nOw 2500 5000 Suits now 3298 Underwear at greatly reduced prices l tin tImauaginghis farm and investments He was a genial and educated gentleman of the old school 1 He married adaughter fthe late Judge W J Steele and she is left to mourn his death and is herself very ill They had no children The funeral took place on Thursday and the remains were brought here for burial- RICHARDSON In this city on Tuesday morning Mrs Ma venertable mother of City pneumoniaIThe funeral services were con afternoonItery MATRIMONIALt TJIOMASON MINOR 4 Qards have been received in this announcing the approaching IUnr1 riage of Mr Chas Taylor Thom ason to Miss Elma Will Minor of Ensley Ala- Oharlie is well known and pop ular in this city whore he lived BirminKhnmlAIn negs MoCURDY HOVE At the county clerks office on Wednesday Mr Edward McCurdy and Miss Lillie Howe of Woodford county were married by Judge Dan Moore GOES UP HIGHER Mr Ira Shy who has had charge of the LangdonGreasey Cos grocery store in this city fort a year has been transferred to the big wholesale house of the corn pany in Cincinnati 0 Mr Shy is a thorough business man and clever gentleman and we are glad to know of his promotion but sorry to give him up fronhour citys business life We commend him to the busi ness community of his new home The Columbia Comic Opera Co open Monday night with The Mascot Prices 102085 freo if accompanied by paidyou pon ticket sUNDAY ADDRESS Mr W 0 Davis of Versailles will deliver a special address at the Y M A tomorrow after noon at 880 This will he a roleI bration of State Day and an interesting service is assured Special Quartette mind solo music has boor arranged l tfd rotr LATHE COLUMBIA COMIC OPERA pricesITheatre for ono week with Wed nesday and Saturday matinee January121st It is always interesting to note the success of olean wholesome and wellplayed operas such the Columbia company will pre sent And for this reason the markable greeting accorded them wherever they have played must- Occasion special satisfaction Whatever may be true elsewhere this country invariably prefers operas that are without taint of suggestive immorality and while there are enough degenerates who swill patronize vicious perform ances the highclass offerings when possessing a happy theme with inspiring music and scintil lating comedy are always vastly more prosperous The Columbia company consists of thirty artists with a goodlnoking chorus that comediansI to be magnificent On Monday night ladies will be admitted free if accompanied by a thirtyfive socuredIp of that day Prices Gallery 106 balcony 20o lower floor 85o CONSUMPTION THREATENED Unger 212 Maple St Cam paign Ill writes I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year oonsumpItionedies and was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Fuleys Honey and Tar It cured me and I have not been troubled since W MoKee Hardie and South Long moorGOV MOUNT DIES SUDDENLY Gov Jas1 A Mount of Indiana whose term of offic expired this week died in ten minutes after attacked with apoplexy on Wed nesday He was an able man and Christian gentleman LIQUID AIR DEMONSTRA TIONSNOVEL ENTERTAIN MENT AT LOCAL Y M The Y M of the city has arranged for the Qperahoiise for a spectacular demonstration of the powers of liquid air The ex periments will bo given by Prof Roberts under the management of the Sutton Lyceum Bureau of Chicago The date arranged is February 18th Seats are already bung engaged at the Y M rooms 275 Skirt now 198 J 498 Skirt now 398 1 l 5oo Skirt now 9 ii 800 Skirt now 491 icir 900 Skirt now 98 roooSkirtnow 675 fI r2oo kirt row 798 i 15 oo Skirt now 898 Dress Goods One lot Black and Color 1 ed Woolen Dress Goods at just half the origi nal price ft h L F re If ou to It of me I so J S 0 i as re C m C C A C A 0 A p 3 5 T HE ROUNDABOUT t t j3 APERjTHE PEOPLES p c I f r titIEVERYBODY TAKES IT A EVERYBODYg i ii r Sub cr ptionOnly 1 Per Year 1 0 t OUR JOB DEPARTMENt i 1i 71 BINDERY w Blank Books of all kinds gotten up m ttt ptIt atyloI tr lie art Old Books and Miuio bound Hi iMMt rats Jtk Workof illaoite i l I M TnB Frankfort Bounda ont Entered at the postofficc at Frankfort tucky assccondclnss mailnblc KcnII GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 19 1901 STARTLING FACTS Rev M B Adams pastor of the First Baptist Church of this pity is preaching n series of ser- moos on the Perils of the City every Sunday night Last Sun day night his theme was the Perils of the Saloon In it he aVe some startling facts and eta tistics He stated that tljere were fiftytwo licensed saloons o- rjiPlaces where liquors could t by the small This cit inhabitants as shown census or one paloon for 188 inhabitants that he 4was reliably informed that no saloon could pay expenses which did not take in 10 per day or a total of 3000 each per year at the lowest calculation making a total of 156000 paid out for f liquid damnation That there are fiftyseven dens of infamy which at the smallest estimate must have cost 25000 to run them As for gambling which was always an accompanying evil t of the other two he thought 25 000 would be a small estimate for the amount spent The preacher might safely have doubled it and then not gone high enough as there are eight gambling hells and r they handle not less than 100 000 per annum Editor The amazing total of 200000 the preacher stated was expended in the poor city of Frankfort and for what evilaud evil alone He stated that there were ten saytwas raised for religious purposes pr annum making a total of 25000showing the asto- undingGetting ThinI 4 Is all right if you are too fat and all wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There are many causes of get ting too thin they all come under these two heads over work andunderdigestion Stop overwork if you can r but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live Q on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of 45your doing no work you cant long be well and strongwithout o some sort of activity he genuine has thispicture on it take no If you have not jtried it send for free sample its a f greeable taste will a surprise scorr BOWNE- Chemists 4 s 409 Pearl Street c 1 New York 50c and 106 all druggists rr foot that 175000 snore Mont y was paid for promoting vice than for purposes thifable s Cross called upon the goodpoople of this city and he said thore were some as good had saintly ones here as God ever mode to arouse to the great work of win ning men and women away from those cancer spots ami to draw them to Christ and his salvntmn as the only hope of n dying world There was a vary large congre gation present especially of young men and womehnnd the plain and earnest words of the man of God held them as still as death while lie spoke in clarion tones of the danger and death that lurks in these abodes of sin GRIPPEWHATyn con n feeling of weakness FOLESTB HONEY and TAR is guaranteed to cure the grippe cough Bud make you strong and well South k Lougmoor McKee Hardie y PRESIDENJI IIn common parlance McKinley and Roosevelt were elected Presi dent and VicePresident last November though as an actual fact they were not elected until Monday 18th inst The electors who cast the votes for their respective NovemberIe varIOUS capitals Monday and performed the duty foi which they were electedThe electors who cast the vote of the people of Kentucky are J Smith Hays Morton K Yenta N B Hays Ward Headley A 0 Stanley J P OMeara Dan Brook H M Froman Victor F Bradley W J Price J D Felix A H Stamper and J W Collier The greatest care is take that there shall bp neither mistake nor fraud and the entire process of electing a President after the as sembling of the electors is as fol lowsAt noon each member of the college casts a ballot for the presi dpntial and vice presidential can didate he was chosen to elect The ballots are then counted When this ceremony is completed three statements are drawn up Each statement is a duplicate of the others These statements cer tify that tho votes of the electors have been cast according to law and the will of the people They also state the number of votes given each candidate The statements are sealed in envelopes One is sent byina51 to the Secretary of State at Washington Another is placed in the hands of a specialinessenger who is directed to proceed by the shortest and most expeditious route to Washington and deliver it to the President of the United States Senate The third is placed in the hands of the judge of the die trict in which the electors convene In this way loss of tlie statement or failure of it to reach Washington according to law is avoided When the fortyfive special mes sengers have reached Washington and delivered their documents to the President of the Senate he looks the papers ill a little irons fe Meanwhile to gl1ur against any errors Secretary of State Hay will receive by mail from the Governors of the fortyfive States another certificate of the official balloting of the electors and these will be locked up and especially guarded The Senate safe is watched night and day until its contents are removed and it is also guarded by electrical alarms At noon February 18 1901 the President of the Senate will summon the doorkeeper of that body and opening the safe will deliver to him the forty five sealed envel I l i open The doorkeeper will place them in two new cherrywooil boxes nnd carry them into the Senate chambers The members of the Senate will form themselves into a procession and march under police escort to the House of Representatives There the House will officially receive tho Senate and the business of counting the official returns will begin When tho result is known the President of the Senate will an tiiounoe to the assembled Congress u William McICin Icy has beon duly elected President of these United States and Theodore Roosevelt VicePresident for four years beginning March 4 1901 Vi THOUSANDS EXILE SENT INTOI oflpOOlthis is costly and not always sure KingsNewwill cure you at home Its the most infallible medicine for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung diseases on earth The first dose brings relief Astonishing cures result from persistent use GnyleEIPriceguaranteed 1m A CONVENTION OF SlEN Tho forthcoming Twentieth Annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associa tions of Kentucky in Louisville t February 2124 has been appro priately designated as A Convel tion of Men to Consider Problems in Mons Lives A strong and attractive program has been arranged by the State Executive Committee Tlie varied depart meats of the Associations activity will be presented by competent leaders of State and national repu tation Among the speakers will be Messrs John R Mott General Secretary of the Worlds Student Christian Federation New York Richard C Morse and Fred B Smith Secretaries of the International Committee S D Gor don Cleveland 0 W M Wood Chicago 111 Frank H Burt St Louis Mo and Bishop C B Gal loway Jackson Miss beside many of the representative work ers from the State Three hundred delegates from the city railroad student and county organizations are expected There will also be a considerable delegation of young men and busi ness men from several points in the State where associations are not yet organized The railroads will grant reduced rates and tle rtain91nnses spa ojous Warren Memorial Presby terian Church Full particulars programs credentials etc may be obtained from the nearest Association Secretary or from Henry E Rosevear State Secretary Fourth and Broadway Louisville When threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble prompt relief is necessary as it is danger suggestthattaken as soon as indications of taken cold are noticed It uselpreventsLongmoor and W McKee Hardie WEATHERVANEFALLS The arrow weathervane on the government weather signal pole at the St Clair street bridge fell on Wednesday night andsome person carried it a way Deputy Col lector Swig rt Custodian of the Public Building requests the finder to return it to him at his offices Istamp er cfrk EQUAL L bLD TAYLOR WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN BOND naVERAQE IS THECORK AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM dly OLDTAYLOR SIONATUIBISFORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Whiab in Quality and Flavor Art TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND TALL PUOIDUC1 KentuckyIndustry D o ROBINSON Frankfort 1tISept 2ly 0 iJe E M i i FLOUR i The Finest Made AnywherE Patronize Home Institutions THE J E M MILLING CO o Treasso + Cnristmas Buyers Win save money buying at Scot tows My stock is largo and gottliematDecorated lamps shade or globe yenrsilOc and Ific Also a large variety of useful and fancy articles suitable Christmas Watches clocks Ifor Jewelry repaired Ann St Powers Old Stand W J SCOTTOW If ATIMETABLF v L NO11INoII1HIUTH Frankfort 937 fi6i 11IrhltJulI burlC 840 1017 G22 Lndirtlcr 358 1U35 041 tgrnnA 425 710 t 4158 1181 746 1Idnulitae 525 iaOG t10I No10 No1B IIKrH P MI Iv M No20I Lotnviiie lOO 720 IIClOnlgO iyj 144 814 B25t 623 411CJtIISUIt r1 ftlnetnn iiwaj I 540 507 10591I UNDER FULL HEADWAY The Home Steam Laundry corner Broadway find Wilkinson Sts Iis now under full headway and lipyjcan confidently promise first class work Hope to have your patron age E P DE l rfuNI i IrJ s alfOWTO IT I f adatfT n- Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids tNature in strengthening and recon strutting the exhausted digestive orygans It lathe latest discovereddigest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efllclency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GaatralgiaCrampsand all other results of imperfect digestion PrlceSOc and St Largo size contains times ifsmall size Book all about dyspepsia mu iledfrte Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Cllcagoj 4- SOUH iO oon it W iMcKEB IIAR 1II i 8no Limitations l upon Residence pafion Traveland Oc JPayablelnGoldPaiddlp Insurance Ualucs SEe SEe Important IJ features OF Union mutual J Policies01Qp LIFE INSURANCE JNCONTESTABIUl1t from date of issue Grace In- Prenfium Payments gasft Uatoei Loan Ualwc f IIextenslon ofInsurance of the re Caw rt IEVer one of these privileges Is definite arid clear Just hOW and 2 w ptalnlytoldexist as to oles for misunder I standing ut everything is explicitly set fprtlt in uneoulvocal 1TER Three Years UNION ulUlJAu toPayPremlumsMiNE NON FORFEITUIIE LAW without Action of tho Policyholder continu iing tho insurance for a specified lonut h of time ifManngoltn ICy AgentI hfDoes it Pay to Buy Cheap 1- A for j leap remedy coughs and colds s right but you want some thin that will relieve and cure the I roar severe and dangerous results of thro t and lung troubles What shall you io Go to a warmer and more i retru ir climate Yes if possible ii p saible for you then in either f lease like the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized coun tries Avith success In severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not only heals and stlm eeriedistusecauses easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all druggists in the world For sale by S Bojgal est yIt t CLUMBER AND TIMBER r Forestry and Mines were orig itially grouped together in the PanAmerican plan A liberal allowance was made for their nOi jommodntion but the growth of the Exposition has been suoh as to require a revision of early lib ernlviews The original building has been given up entirely to mining exhibits and plans made properlytofLtirnber interests Many and varied interests will be housed therein representing all branches of Forestry and its connection wifih the manufacturing interests of the country Something new in the building dine is difficult to imagine as- about every contrivance to shield Smmanity from wind and rain that could be constructed has been utilized at one time or another However if such a structure as I L the Forestry building at the Pan t American has dver been thought of before no record of it is ap parent The general plan is that of a floor enclosed with a rail fence though the elaborations and dimensions at once eliminate all commonplace suggestions Stake f and rider will not form a feature iir though the locked ends and fence corners which are formed by the worm will lend themselves to the f formation of artistic lodges and comfortable seats As logs of considerable length will be Used J instead of rails and the projections are in proportion these primitve Teception rooms assume consider able proportions Hickory doing a representative American wood will be shown as an exhibit ina manner to illus Irate why American carriages are preferred to all others in any country where they are known Early shipments of American made cnrl ages to Europe could not be sold because of their light ridingiover lelr po IS Ie ron sur aces 4 in a carriage with freight wagon yp wheels refused to risk their lives with an inch spoke and a hub not visible to the naked eye That was however before they understood thevalue of a thor t ughlywellmnde hickory wheel ii having a diminutive elm hub fit flj ted under pressure with steel or It malleable flanges several sizes too smallIPetrifledwood from Arizona will form a contrast to suchexhibits of commercial value Utility and ornamentation go hand in hand cand there is good reason in neigh toorly proximity in a great Exposi tion Big trets from California repre seating the oldest living will be shown as being historic as well aq n valuable A plank of redwood t six inches thick and six feet wide without a flaw will form u part redGil so large as the Big Tree Sequoia l it belongs to thesame family Many interesting things wilHbe represented in a iIgreat many branches of forestry representing every country of both jlr Northand South America u ter Willow Furniture and Wicker Chairs Wicker chain soon becomo soiled but they w be cleaned to look like new with r Gold Dust Powder sad amiatc1 Uie a scrubbing brush when wtter becomes ha least tolled get freahj follow method but must be wiped dry quickly Thlbo Uktn oar booklI Ie rAICMNK tMMf SI LuU Nw York taton- vY jf il I SERIOUSLY HURT t On Sunday morning just before the hour for rising a large piece plastering weighing about one hundred pounds fell from the ceiling of her roots edgeways on Mrs M L Lawrence as she and her little child were lying in bedI together Mt Th blOw was a terrible one nndI MrsJLawrence was badly bruised und one rib broken the long way It was a narrow escape from instant death Dr 0 B Demaree her physician reports that she is doing SI well as possible Save doctors bills by giving Foleys Honey and Tar to infants and children in time to pneumonia or croup fatal to so many thousands of babies W McKee Hnrdie and South ACCIDENTAL DROWNING On Sunday morning Chas Booker the colored cookon the govern ment dredge boat went out on the guards to draw a bucket of water from the river where the boat is tied up at the foot of Murray streets The flooring was full of ice and frost Bookor lost his footing fell into the river and was drowned It is supposed that he struck his head and was ren dered as he did not come to the surface after falling in The river was dragged for sev eral hours but the body was not thing ab6ut this affair is that Charles is the fourth brother to meet death by drown ing LA GRIPPE COUGH G Yacher 157 Ongood Bt Chicago says My wife had a very severs case of In grippe and it left her with a very bad cough She tried a bottle of FOLEYS HONEY and TAR and it gave immediate relief A b0e bottle oared her coughen tirely Price 25o and 60o South d Longmoor W McKee Hnrdie AND SMASH UP yard a good slice of the fence down to the left of the west gate bruising and cutting the IF BANNER SALVE doesnt cure your piles your money will be returned It is the most healing nledioine W Mc Kee Hardie and South Long moor AGAIN Capt Noel Gaines of the 80th U S Volunteer Infantry now in the Philippines has been again promoted This time he is made First Assistant in charge of POIiC- iu Manila Capt Gaines ha beon made an Adjutant of tl e some time ago He well qualified from his experi once as Provost Marshal in the 2d Volunteers in the Span ish war and in other since his being in the Philippines 11 Housework is haid work witkotit GddDusf Washing Washing drywnouuwoariallhooatoQaat whichare Longmoor unconscious recoveredsingular LINGERING RUNAWAY deliveryt awnyTnesI knocking wngonlup PROMOTED Regiment Kentucky capacities CURIOUS ACCIDENT On Monday night last Mr Hubert Vreeland was standing by the cigar stand at the Capital Hotel when unthoUghtedly he put his hand on the cigar cutter and pressed the little finger on the spring when the knife sprung out cutting the finger to tIre bone and nearly severing the end of that member The blood spurted out and Mr Vreeland who is a delicate man after a moment or two fainted and would have fallen but for friends near He was taken to his rooms on the South Side in a carriage rfnd put to be- dL GRIPPE coughs often continue for raouthn nni Hometimea lead to fatal results after the patient is supposed to hnve passed the danger point Foleys HONEY and TAR affords positive protec tion nnd security from these COUGHS Sooth Longmoor W McKeo Hardie IUCONGRESSIONAL MEMBER 1 SHIP UNDER PRESENT AND NEW APPORTIONMENTS 58th 57th Cong Cong Alabama It It 9 9 Arkansas 7 6 California 8 7 Colorado l 8 2 Connecticut 5 4 Delaware X 1 Florida 8 2 Georgia 11 11 Idaho 1 1 Illinois 25 22 Indiana 18 18 Iowa itUKansas 8 R Kentucky e 11 11 Louisiana 7 6 Maine 4 4 Maryland 6 6 Massachusetts 4 14 18 Michigan 12 12 Minnesota 9 Mississippi4 7 Missouri It 16 15 Montana 1 1 Nebraska 6 6 Nevada 1 1 New Hampshire 2 2 New Jersey 10y8 New York 87 84 North Carolina 1 10 9 North Dakota 2 1 Ohio It 2l 21 Oregon 2 2 Pennsylvania 8i 80 Rhode Island 2 2 South Carolina 4 7 7 South Dakota 2 2 Tennessee 10 1- 0Texasr 16 18 Utah 1 1 Vermont 2 2 Virginia 10 10- Washington 8 2 West Virginia 5 4 Wisconsin 11 10 Wyoming 1 1 Total 886 857 States which make gains No change in representation of others Qunity and not quantity makes suchdLongmoor and W MoKee Har- die MEETING DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY IThe Jos H Lewis Chapter United Daughtersof the Confed eracy will meet with Mrs E L Samuelon Saturday January 19 the birthday Gen R E Lee from 8 to 6 oclock p m Every member is earnestly re to attend IMRS JOHN H STUART Secretary BLOWN TO ATOMS The old idea that the body sometimes needs a powerful drastic purgative pill hits been ex iloded for Dr Kings New Life Pills which are perfectly harmless gently stimulate liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter cleanse the system and absolutely cure Constipation and Sick Head ache Only 25c at J W 0ayles drug store 1m I mn WNDHES1ER It a No black powder shells on the market compare with the NEW RIVAL In uni formity and strong shooting qualities Surefire end waterproof Oct the enu hoiIWINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS New Haven Corip Pleasant to take f Laxative Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION1a Ask Your Doctor i And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts ari the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a r normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to tho intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vega table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf x PIIIi BEST GRO BRIES AND LIQUORS T ICLE 1JOHIBRIOLS1 CLOSING OUT SllE8T1 NOAHS ARK r I r And let us supply your wants in Tip GhinaGlasswaret Toys tIC1y- rt From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of BEST QUALITYJ t t 339 Ann Street Next Door to Gaylel flir J Drug Store 8 Jr jti V T TTT k 1901 ft tt IHHHHLHRELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALOHTJECH Rev R Jj McCready jMorning in sermon at 11 HmEvening prayer and sermon tit 780 p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible at 045 a m Wednesday evening prayer and Bible Lesson at 780 To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m The pastor is preaching a series of TlloPerilsthese will be preached Sunday night subjectTheCity a School of Crime Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men r Young Society will meet at chapelSeats invited =CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor will preach Ua m and 730 p m Christian Endeavor willSociety meet in the chapel at W C Marshall Topic Abiding Influence Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Topic The Heavenward Guide Junior Endeavor Society meets chapelThe Reries of Sunday night sermons entitled Twentieth Century Lessons from the Life of Joseph The 8d of the series will be given tomorrow night and wilj have for its theme Joseph A Slave in Egypt public will be cordially wel eoinetl to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city I CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted MajortheLow mass at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FI R S T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov J UcCIUf Iy Blayney D D the pastor will preach t 11 a m and 780 p m Sundiv inhopl at 945 a in YoungHalos Society of Chris tfan Endeavor moots in Sunday school room at 645 p 1- nPrayerheating Wednesday evening at 780 The pulbic cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Morning subject Tunes of Re freshing or a Revival Needed Evening subject 11he Early Apostolic Church fl Ep worth League meets at 645 In Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 760 oclock Subject Our Unanswerable Prayers Sundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rov Wm Crown jr the will preach at 11 a m and pastorp m t has a series of erIvicet4 to the New Century the City time Young Mon and thdHome The 3d Of these will bo given Sunday after noon and will be from tho theme The Church and the Young Men Sundayschool at 930 a in 2 Young Peoples Society of Chris j Endeavor meets at 645 pm To all tmoso meetings the public r 1 i1 cordially invitedi iM1 whyASELBERT The Leading Jeweler 5 J irJ SHOy TO BEI A GOOD ONE The ineeting of the general pos senger and ticket agents at Buf illIasc in store for the public when the gates of the PanAmerican Exposition in thut city are thrown open on May 1 1901 The exposition has a very warm friend in the person of General Passenger Agent Oallaway of the Soo road who is enthusiastic in his praise of the work which has already been completed In speaking of the exposition to The Minneapolis Times Mr Callaway said As a fitting finale to the most successful and enjoyable meeting which thn general passenger and ticket agents have ever held we wore piloted about the grounds and buildings of the Pnl1 American Exposition and what we saw surprised all of us We had no idea of the magnitude of the affair and never dreamed that so much had already been done on the con struction qf the buildings Four of the buildings are nearly com pletedaud if the rest of them are up to the standard of these the Worlds Fair at Chicago will be cast in the shade While this exposition wilj be on a sftaller scale than that at Chicago it will be far more uifique and attractive In the matter of electrical features the exposition Visurpass anything of the kind ever undertaken The ele tr city for the electrical fXI hibit will be generated at Niagara Falls and as the greatest eleo trical power plants in the world have been installed there the electrical display will be the feat ure of the exposition and will be well worth a trip across the con ti non t to seo even if there were nothing else to be seen Kodol Dyspepsia Curej Digests what you eatjThe relative location of theI buildings of the PnnAl11e1cnn Exposition is admirably convenient They are arranged around a system of courts comprising an area of thirtythree acres filaj known as the Plaza Court of Fountains Esplanade Court of Cypresses and Court of Lilies BLOWN TO ATOMS The old idea that the body sometimes needs a powerful dras tic purgative pill has been ex nloded for Dr Kings Now Life Pills which are perfectly harm less gently stimulate liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter cleanse the system and absolutely euro Constipation and Sick Headache Only 25c at J W Gayles drug store 1m iIT GIRDLES THE GLOBE The fame of Bncklens 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 infallible Pile cure 25c a box at J W Gayles 1m BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 afc 9 a m from St Louis for Kansas and entire North west to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from Chicago and Peofia The BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado tw fast trains daily from StLpuis or Chicago For St Paul Minneapolis und Northwest daily from Chicago and St Louis U The Finest Trains in the World Chicago to St Paul and Minneapolis To Omaha Kansas City St Joseph two trains daily from St ChicagoCalifornia in through tourist sleepers personally conducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday evening also from Chicago every Monday evening the route 1S Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lako City The best line the best equipped descriptive of WestIjourney through M SHAW D P A 406 Vine St 0tGen AgentS HOWARD ELLtOTT Gen Manager tf St Louis Mo TRIED FIVE DOCTORS t Mrs Frances L Sales of Mis sean Valley Ind writesHI had severe kidney trouble for years had tried five doctorswithout benefit but three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure cured me W Mc LongImesI week of January 21 Prices 2085 Ladies free opening if atjpompanied by one paid eouI pon ticket Thsiseason there is a large death rate among children from croup and lung troubles Prompt action will save the little ones from those terrible diseases We know of nothing so certain togive instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure It can also bo relied upon in grippe and all throat and lung troubles of adults Pleasant to take South Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie FATHER YOUNANS LEC = TURE Those who desire rich in leetoreChurch of the Good Sh3pherd on Thursday tight next January 24 Tickets are on sale at 85 cents Chapped hands cracked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly by Banner Salvo the rest healing ointment in the world W Mo Kee Bards and South Long moor I ittri t ECZEAiA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CUREP BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers IDOeR your skin itch and burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the skiti at you feel ashamed to he seen in company Do scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanlca Blood Balm which mikes the blood pure anti rich B B B will cause the pores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advied to give H B B a trial For sale by druggists at Si per large bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So suf ferns 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 ESfFor Hale by W McKee HardieI 481y 2 The merited reputation for cur ingpilee sores and skin diseases acquired by DeWitts Witch Hazel Solve has led to the making of worthless counterfeits Be sure to get only DeWitts Salve South Longmoor and W Mc Kee Hardie e H1 a RllYC9- I BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago BEST LINE T- OCALIFORNIA AND THEjVAST NORTHWEST UNION STATIONI DEARBORN LOUISVILLE STATION CHICAGO rsIDining and Parlor C Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P AINlyCar 4thandMarketSts Loulsvlllo Bo yo- uCoughDr Bulls Cough care a Cough or Cold at once Conquers Crou and Measle praiseittis Hoarseness Grippe Pneumonia and Oonsumpton It gnicli- euroresults Price25ct Refuse time t dealers substitute it is not as good DLBu11SyrupAlway Dr Bull Pills cure Constipation and LIvci TnwUetJo palls 10 eta Trial box s eta Question Answered thelargestcivilized world Your mothers and t your grandmothers never thought of x- else for indigestion orbiliousness Doctors were scaroe t and they seldom heard of appen i heartfailureFlower to clean out the s Btem anti Htop fermentation otulH1irested food regulate the action of the liver stim ulate the nervous and organic fiction theytank 1 headaches and other aches You GreensAugust l1snake you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For nale by S B Holmes 4lfc YEARS EXPKRlIiNVB W J GRMWALD Professional Pinno and Organ Tuner and Re 80daysGEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 22ly DO YOU WANT To well your real estate timber orconl stockof goods Do wnnt to or exchange forkinduof property Write me with flll the particulars as I may be able to hyou Ad 475Dec15ly15S1 For SaleJ t A first class bycicle 99 modes RamblerMs offered for sale ApplyYat this office tf WANTEDTivo reliable traveling salesmen in each State permanontz position salary und experience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 261nlqi IfGood Christmas Suggestion 7 One of the most useful f pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ improvedCyeo er How many pleasure hoursit wouldadd to the domestic life and what a relief frdm the worrysomo old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfactionR Sons dec 1ly Z 7A ORBA TREAT- y 1l The sjlvertougued Rev Father ISJTpunau delivered his lecture on 1I11lia at the opera house last night A large audience gave him 1 ti inost attentive hearing for over Itwo hours Though the time vas i in reality long it seemed winged JVt for beneath the witcheryof his Instructive and umns1ug fr a flew Father Youuon while a native J pf Nineveh has had 40 years of JI experience in the mystic Indian nduml his brain teems with 1 he lore and legends of tbnt won derful clime He delved into the inexhaustible fund of fact fictiou mvthology l and religion garnered in a genora tiou observation and gave of it- qtertuiningly to the throng that lad assembled to eagerly listen The gifted Assyrian American Tjvns introduced happily by Chan oellor MtjClain Father Youimn slid not plunge in medias res but devoted a few minutes to paying ti tribute to the educational ad yuntagesof Iowa City with its Treat State University and superb public school system Taking up his theme proper the able priest dwelt upon the jewelsItoms of dress and dining the language and religion etc etc and finally climaxed the opening rtion of his lecture with an elo Ip and thrilling description of a storm in the snowcapped cloud HimalayasI greeting this fervid burst of purest English had subsided the second part of the instructive entertainment name This was a series of stere optican views replete with in beautyFatherdian views is simply unequaled by 4anything of its kind we have over Cast upon the screen through the manipulation of such deft hands as those of B Shimek and Thos E Savage that part oft the display was beyond criticism The audience enjoyed these ele gant pictures exceptionally well The massiveness of jewel bodight scenerythepriestsand beggars the saints and criminals the natatorium the sacred spots and the accursed all were extremely interesting The tinted views showing the I 1 MEADAthEPain t r pressureiint I f They act directly on the liver They cuce constipation biliousness sick headache nausea and dyspepsia Take a t nightfirt have been the Standard Family Pills Dcuulatsilarly for six months Thoy havo andIy miles w jut tired or out of brer something I have not boon ab 8 E WALWOIIK MaasNWrUo the Domtmf- If desire loa I complaint advlco whatever- and doctorfreelyr piT AddreaiDa Mall snowy mountains beyond the clouds robed perpetually hr Snow and kissed by rising sun of gold and silvery moon were simply magnificent Again and again a burst of applause resounded The last view was a lifelike speaking likeness of the lecturer himself and the ovation given by the enthusiastic audience spoke with eloquence of the ad miration felt for the noble man whosejife is devoted to the salva tion of soulsIown City Daily Republican Pepsin preparations often fail to relieveindigestion because they our digest only foods There is one prepnration that digests all classes of and that is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It cures the worst cases of indit3s tion and gives instant relief for it digests what you eat South Longmocr andW McKee Hardie CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court convened again on Monday morning and resumed the Morrison murder trial The cnse was given to the jury and failing to agree they were discharged on Vednesdayevening The case of Leonard v KyDiet and Warehouse Co for damages as a result of the falling of an elevator at theJ JMSaffell Distillery was tried out and a verdict given for the company The case of Craigs admr v F C R R Co for 25000 damages for the killing of Craig was qn trial at the time we go to press The grand jury had brought in five indictments up to noon of yesterday They were as follows Jas Johnson and Jos Callery fort housebreaking Vm Kelly two indictments for shooting and shootIingParrish for murdering T Randolph Jett- MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC STATE COMMITTEE The Democratic State Central Committee met in this oity IIThursday to settle several rows in the camp over committeemen The committee vas called to order at 1 oclock at the Capital Hotel and adjourned in about ten minutes as a result of the caucusing which had boon going on all day without doing a tiling It wps found that matters were in such a shape that the more they were stirred the worse they beoauie and discretion was deemed the better part of valor and II hands oft was the result Great is the power of the poli tician who looks ahead WARM UP YOUR BUSINESS No difference what business you are engaged in it will not pay you tobe an old goslow fogy You have got to stir yourself and keep up with the push You may have just as good and great assort yourIworkman as any man in your trade but if you sit quietlyand sleepily in your place of business and have nQ regular gitupand git rules to govern you you will see the others continue aheadof you It will pay you to spend two or three hours of each day studying how to get yourselves into the good graces of the people und attract their patronage Some follows say they have no time to write an advertisement and have not learned that it win pay them to spend several hours ivory week writing an ad that will inject life into their business Here are somo nice points slipped from the Advertising World What do you think of them When you have a good thing push it Trade follows the good itdver 4S i fiXJ f tisement Get business by telling that you want business I Every good advertisement helps to make business and to keep busi nessTo get business and to keep business requires businesslike rid vertisingIt to advertise if the ad vertising is done in a businesslike wayOne touch of judicious advertis ing makes the whole con mercinl world kin To enterprise prospeotive buyers in a stock requires confidence in that stock The mistakes of others should protect every business man from similar blunders Set your advertising standard high and see that all your announcements are up to that standI ard Dont wait for times to improve if n wellplanned advertising cam paign can make them improve Take the first step yourself if you want to lead the business pro cession When started keep goingThe surest foundation for good advertising is a combination of good stock andbusiness judgment It isnt advertising that makes business so much as the business you put into advertising helps to get more business Say good things about a good stook and you get the attention of those who find an interest in firstclass values Many a new leaf turned over at the first of the year would be more permanently turned ifn good advertisement were placed on that new leaf IA great difficulty with much of newspaper space is it costs so little the business man doesnt see the necessity of putting thought into what he writes for that space because his time is more valuable than the space he has contracted to use The best way to advertise is just to advertises Get at it with a view to having the people what you most desire to sell knowI incidentally letting thorn that the specified items do not f represent your full stock Say If interestIing BEAT TOF AN INCREASE U OF HIS PENSION IA Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamberlains II Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico in 47 and 48 I contracted Mexican diarrhoea this remedy has kept me andI getting an increase in my t for on every renewal a dose of it restores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant laid safe to take For sale by J W Gayle DruggistI 1m TROOPS ORDERED OUT On application of Judge Thos Zt morrow the company of State Guards at Danville and the Gat ling Gun Battery of Lexington have been ordered to Corbin Whitley county under command of Cpl Roger D Williams to sup j ItgoingTHE Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is leas 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 i as coufidentlyto a babe as to fault For sale by J W anI Druggist im h tgt +KENTUCKYS GREATESTNEWSPAPER + ItheIIOneMonths Year 300I do of The has an admirably equipped Washington Bureau will the of Congress completely has the full Associated tit tiws Report complete and accurate All the All the Drop a Card Sample Copy e THE POST KY ADVERTISED LETTERS following Is the of advertised letters for the week ending Janimy Armlstead F Arnold R B Davis Charlie fDlnkensFleming Jane Gabard Mss Lizzie Gault R T Hampton Willie Hiatt B L Hosnok Clopton N Hughes Miss Nellie Jones Mary Kerr Dr 0 N McCann Clint McCasin W B McDonald Miss Florence Martin Miss Mollie Oliver Paster Miss Annie Peden Charlie Pierce William- RichardEon Smoot Miss Williams H E Wills C W 9 When calling these letters please say advertised S B HOLMES P M v Are You Prepared For the Cold- Weather We have a large stock Blankets Comforts and Underwear They must be sold order make room for the immense line Sprin Goods receiving daily All Wool 14 Blan kets for 325 per pair All Wool 14 Blan kets for 400 per pairI Extra Fine All Wool 1114 Blankets for 550 per pair- Cotton Blankets 14 I and 14 for 75c f 175 per pair- Comforts 100 225 each Ladies Undeiwear Vests and Pants good q quality for 25c each Childrens Union Snits 25c 50c per paiv Give us a callf C K ft GINg 4lStClalr cant without it especially YOU It costs you at J ONE CENT A DAY THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST The Great Department Paper of the South Three One Month Months 12SIEvening Post which cover doings PruNews Time Postal for EVENING LOUISVILLE The list Chas Mrs Mrs Mrs Dan John Ella far of in to of we are 10 11 10 11 to to I to the y NOTICE T have rented out my pi ice oa Fourth Ave to Judge ORear iny family wiil go to New York but I am not going I may be found at my office rooms in the Hume building day t or night I have both Phones and they are No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel E E HUME 173m Attention- To prepare your unyfora busy life in y world send them to Ellendule Commercial College near Gurdsville Ky The college is sitscuntpjl in n healthful and neighborhood in Davits countyv remote from the distractions anti t temptations rf city or town Only experienced instructorsareemployedr one exception our meluateaI f are holding good positl in- Board tuition furnished rtoln etc only 80 for 20 weeks For catalogue an l particulars nddresslaJ E GARDINER A M Pres 6m T fNOTICE Marion sfv14Sadie Defendants All personsitdvln g claims against the estate notifilorbo10i t Court18st t Executors Notice aA Notice hereby eIifiPrfflrporsoiiH having r4toment on or before Fphmarv lsp v SDMAN18It EXECUTORS NOTICE nHE undersigned has qualified as tho execandIvomoticotoot lul come promptly settle Anyno holding claim ngninst the IDailOlm Executor 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a akotch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion Invention la probably patentable CoromunicM Pateut4aOpspecial notice without cbareo In the Scientific American r A handsomely Illustrated Tarccsfc cis culatlon of any nclontmo journal Terms q 1 itorfdBBranch Try Capital Steam Laundry a homo enterprise Work guaranteed S tThe most soothing healing and iantiseptic application over devised i is DeWitts Witch Hazel f3alve It relieves at once and cures piles sores eczema and skin diseases Beware of imitations South Lougmoor and W McKee HardiQv 4iniw ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING t Albert Kaltenbrun tho 18year old eon 6f Dr V A Kul ten brun leas climbing over a fence in the yardof his uncle Mr L B Weis enburgh in this city on Monday afternoon with a 22 Flobert rifle in his bands when the gun was acoidently discharged the ball entering the boys bodyjust below the breast bone inflicting a dan gerous wound Surgicalattention was rendered at once by Dr C K Wallace t f A DEEP MYSTERY It is a mystery why women en dure Backache Headache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melan Spe1JswhenElectric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles I suffered for years with kidney troq lewrites Mrs Phoebe Oherley ofPetorson la and a lame back pained me BO I could not dress myself but LS Electric Bitters wholly cured me and although 78 years old I now am able to do all my housework It overcomes Constipation im proves Appetite gives Gaylesdrug BOYS MIND YOUR MANNERS It behooves every boy and girl to cultivate an easy graceful bear lug in the presence of strangers and a courteous pleasant frank manner of speech It puts me- quite out of patience to see a boy of perhaps 18 or 14 years opine into a room with a hurting drag ging step and to have him turn red as a beet and mumble out- some unintelligible reply if he is spoken to Hold up your heads boys Dont be brazen or cheeky about it but have some snap and 1spirit about you I dislike a prig as much as I do a stupid boy but there is a happy medium all of you might reach that would make you more agree able to your older friends and fit you for the duties you must in time take upon yourselves I sat the other day in the office ofa lawyer who had advertised foran office boy He had told all applicants to call at a certain hour and there were more than a dozen boys in waiting in a little anteroom when the hour came He told me to step into thejote room single out the most pfomis r ingrlooking boy and ask him to- N hestep into the main ffitSe I did so autisSlected a very tidy brightlooking boy and was sur I prised when he came shambling into the room and stood with downcast eyes twirling his hat in his hands How old are youasked my friend Huh said the boy How old are you cSOherailIm 14 0Do you go to school H What did you say I asked if you went to schQ- olOheroh yes Ive been going What have you been study ingv What l t What did you study at 5 7chobl l ROhoraildifferent things Have you ever beoifemployed 55in anoffico v Huh Have you ever worked in an office at any time fNo Always gone to school i l l YesNell he didnt get the place f The boy who did get it left his hat in the anteroom where there r Vas a rook for it He did not say VJEtuhT1 or Hey when he did not understand a question but rifeaid insteadI I beg your par dJ I l Neve InfluenceIs the subtle force which controls the different organs of the body It makes them strong or weak healthy or diseased according as the brain and nerves are strong andvigorous or weakand diseased Weak nerves cause headache nervousness neuralgia indigestion heart trouble and many other forms of chronic weakness Make the nerves strong the brain clear and active and the body will be healthy andvigorous When I first began the use of Dr Miles Nervine I was I headIheat of the day at all my kidneys were badly troubled and Ihad a breaking out a lover my body a few weeks the nervous troubles were all gone then the trouble wax cured and finally the eruptions all disappeared JOSIAH E BAKER Tatum S C Dr Miles Nervineoothes and rests the tired brain strengthens the nerves and supplies the nerve influence that is so necessary to build up health of body and vigor of mind Try it Sold by druggists on guarantee DR MILES MEDICAL Co Elkhart Inch don He said Yes sir an No sir Ho did not stand on one foot nor twist awkwardly around twirling the tail of his coat be Hitwas a homely ordinarylooking boy but he carried himself like a gentleman as all boys should spleAddressFrankfort Ky181m COWARDLY AND DIRTYBUSI NESS On Monday last Judge R M Buckley Judge of the Louisville City Court and a man by the name of Sum Simons went to th office of the Evening Post and in quired for Mr Richard W Knott editor of that paper They were told that Mr Kuott was not in but just then he walked into the office when Simons undertook to introduce Judge Buckley to Mr Knott Buckley evidently for getting where he was and that he was a sworn peace officer of the city said Mr Knott I came hereto tell you that you are a dcl- Har No sooner were the words out of his judgeships mouth than the oldfashioned Kentucky and Roberts blood in DickjKnott le- go his good right arm and the jeflge caught it kerchunk on the mug Simons as was evi dently arranged for caught Mr Knotts arms and attempted to hold him Freeing himself Knott caught Buckley by the throat and would have soon given him the dressing down he needed who BuokIleysto draw a gun but other persons had by this time been attracted to the scene and both men were hustled out of the building This is about as cowardly anil dirty a piece of business as we have heard of in a long time Two men deliberately undertake to bulldoze if not assault a brnv and fearless editor for doing his duty by his city and his State Shame where is thy blush Persons who suffer from indiges tion can not expect to live long because they can not eat the foo required to nourish the body an the products of the undigested foods they do eat poison the blood It is important to cure indigestion as soon as possible and the best method of doing this is to use preparation known us Kodol Dy pep in Cure tt digests what yo eat and restores all the digestive organs to perfect health South Longmoor and W McKee Hal die MISTLETOE BOUGH The Ladies Guild of Ascension Church will give a beautiful en tertainment on Tuesday evening January 29at the Capital Opera House entitled The Mistletoe Bough It has been Careful y arranged iu every detail and will dine doubt be a delightful success The musical portion of the pro gram has been prepared by Mm Z J Montgomery and that is an assurance of success in advance- S Tickets are only 50 cents wthout any extra charge for reserved seats They will be on sale at takenIas less ben large crowd 5 The Capital Theatre Orchestra have been engaged for the occasion Dr Wallace has opened a Pri KyforDiseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations such treats ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tf BUYS A HOME The Cumberland Telephone Co alias the East Tennessee on Tuesday last bought the dwelling house of Mrs Lucy F Duvall widow of Dr B F Duvallon Mai street between St Clair and Washington for 3500 equal to cash As soon as possession I obtained the Telephone Company- t will put in all the newest and most improved switch boards iu strumHrits etc and will have everything necessary to make their service more acceptable to their patronsThat clever fellow Mr J A Sullivan wistill remain in charge and we allknow that he 1will always strive as he has done iu the past to please the people SWITZER Mr Ireland and family of placelastthe blacksmith shop of Mr J H age patronHebeing an excellent workman Vilkersoileguest of Mr and Mrs B H Jones Saturday and Sunday last Mr R L Ellis and wife rf Thorn Hill have been in the corn immunity several days visiting their friends and relations Wildpastor McMillan to his regular ap poiutmeut Sunday Bro Elliston nightto Thesanutive one A number of the young people of the Stamping Ground vicinity gave oft entertainment Intro atur lay night for the benefit of the placeThe thimanagers door receipts wore very satisfactory Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatl 1i4h tXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND MttEB DaiIy PM 0 Lv Lexington 25 451 6 Montroso F2 F 00 Avon 2 60 F 8 F 2 57 F 817 20 winchoetcr 8 8 80 roZ1Indian Fields F 8 F 9 40 Clay City 8 916 Stanton 9 26 47 RosslynF412FB2160 FilHon F 0 80 55II Dundee 48011947 57II Natural Brldfo F 485 t54 58 G 063 02 TF1 49 Fincnatlo F 03 F10 22 70 N Benttyville Junction 511 29 ffr Beattyville i Lv 60 00 B 0 G Ry Ar 6 40 Lv Bt Helens 5 F10 89 79 F 6 F10 82 Athof 5 43 Oakdnle F5 roFll 08 00 Elkatawa 07F11 Ar Jackson 6 80 WESTBOUND SMILESEr suny Ly Jackson 25 2 2- 5083F28390 Elkntnwn Onkdalo F 6 49 F 2 82 Athol 060 266 J Tallegn F704F804J St Helens 8 70 Junction 728 8 Benttyvillo J Lv 8 B OG Ry Ar 750 I 6i Lv Fincostle F783F8B3 62 Torrent 8 58 Glenclairn F757F860 57II Natural Bridge F 8 03 55 808F408I 50 Filson 810 419 F825F4 i11 Stanton 883 Clay City 42 Indian Fields 80DF454I L Junction 916 603 151roWyandotte F F 6 83 949F540 6 Montrose F 9 58 F 5 50 o Ar Lexington 6 The Henderson Route BEST LINE BETWEENI Louisville Evansville St Louis And all Points West North west and Southwest dalytrains linenwith high tack seat conches and Pullman Sleepers through without change Tickets on sale nt 8 N office this city 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