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Digital page images are linked to the text file. udP p t rIE FR NKFORT ROUNDABOUTs t A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance tGEO tjt YOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1901 NO 20 V41wL f ff 4IR g t t tLfAI k t a r PWIiWt W I i1i W W1 W1W 1i1l1 1i1l1 i1i W W iW W tii W 1W iUIY HUDSON QUITSIZ 1 IJi ZfJ t- i j McClure gets 1500000 stock clothing at his own price McClure will sell it at his store for just about half price Itll be like finding money Kentucky never saw such a slashing sale No man is poor enough now to wear Shabby Clothes No sane man will let this chance slip by Every bit of the stock is new and fresh Not aSorap of Shoddy t Everybody knows that Hudson always sold the best only McClure dont want the clothes but HeOO S Nems r1ir r= The CeihSa- le r begins Saturday morning at 8 oclock There are thousands of rattling bargains Here is just a tasteII 69c 324 647 For Fancy Shirts sold for 100 the world over Monarch and Wilson Bros 2350 Childrens Suits three to sixteen years Worth 500 among brothers For Suits and Overcoats Dirt cheap at 1000 For magnificent madetoorder overcoats you never bought for less than 3500 w RK McCLURE SON I 212214 St Clair St Frankfort Ky ItJt Mr W P Hudson and Win ODonnell will Ibe with us during this sale ti PEA RIDGEI There wns n vory nice sociable atTMr John Hales one night last week Mr Thomas Turner of Lexin ton but formerly of Frankfort is n guest of his niece Mrs Hale Mr Walter Garr of LAxin ton is also the guest of Mr John Hale Messrs Frank and Will Stoops lave had a snw mill brought to f their field on Little Benson and are having some of their fine tim ber sawed into lumber Some of our neighbors have shipped their tobacco yisitingfrien flr Vnlter Tracy who has been sick in Louisville has arrived nome We hope he will soon Le quite well r Two yards of silk suitable fort making a ladies waist or fancy work fec Send ton cents So rend the ad Of course said the lady who answered the fdnnsent the dime I could have made the waist if I had anything to make it with No its not a swindle They sent me just what they advertised two yards of silk thread Those of our citizens who sent for a Divining Rod locate hidden treasures of goldI and silver take no pride in slComJ1nnionwho need a Divining Rod to go to the hardware store anti a picknxoIt Commenting on the Ctidahy kidnapping casoa Lexington says that quite a number of young disopIpenredpast week and it is supposed that they have been kidnapped The sheriff and grand jury are anxious ly inquiring for them The Boulevard road is badly in need of repairs SCRIBE THE MOTHERS FAVORITE Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleas ant and safe for children and always cures It is intendedI for colds IIIVfllflnger in giving it to children forIat contains no opium or injurious drug and may be given as confidently to n babe as to an adult For tale by J W Gayle Druggist 1m AWARDED 1000 In thesuit 6f Craigs Administrator v Frankfort Cincinnati Railroad Co growing out of the killing of Craig by n train on defendants road ata trestle the 10001lnmngos be appealed Thsi season there is a large ftdeftth rate among children from croup anti lung troubles Prompt notion will save the little ones J from those terrible diseases Wo know of nothing so certain to give instant relief as One Minute Cough Cure It can also be relied upon in grippe anti all throat and lung troubles of adults Pleasant to take South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie THE PRINCESS ALINE- DRAMATIZED A play has been made of Richard Harding Dn viss charm ing story of The Princess Aline Tl e dramatic adaptation has been submitted to Mr Davis who is t highly enthusiastic in its praise He likes the people of his romance bettar as real men and women on the stage than as inanimate beings in a book The Princess Aline will make her first appear ance in The Ladies Homo Journal LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH G Vacher 167 Orgood Bt Chicago iMv wife hud n vory severe case of In grippci anti it left her with n very bad coned She tried a bottle of FOLEYS HONEY and TAR nnd it gave immediate relief A boo bottle oared her cough tn 4ircly Price 25o nnd 50o South k Longmoor W McKee Hardie IonRAt ur 8 OAYLE C0JGUY BAKRETT HOWARD NOON AN W M KS HARDIE 0 ll SALENDER I 102m D L KEYPITTSBIIR PLYMOUTH AND GOAL Iant receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of iHshly miiifd Plymouth Lufiipimd Pittsburg Coal ofx tI1cbcst quality Leave your orders while it is large and clean and they shall hire my personal attention Rage Coal and Feed Company iv II HOLE Proprietor Telephone No7 J fl YL Y wW jJ M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL SAFFELLSI Staple and Fancy GroceriesI China and Glassware Fine Wines andjWhiskiesI We ask our city andcountry friends to nat 212IAnn Street and inspectour goods T J M Saffell Son J Such little pills as DeWitts Little Early Risorsare very easily taken and they are wonderfully effective in cleansing the liver and bowels South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie IF BANNER SALVE doesnt euro your piles your money will be returned Jt is the most healing medicine W Mc KeeHardie and South Long moor 2 P fIJJIj r rYOUSHOULD US- Emilesi J E m Flour j SECOND FIRST IIthon homo Ls t 11 Go to STAGG BACON 5i Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street J i t For Your Fall Hardware t Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded Shells V Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove Pipe Lanterns Matches Family Scales Buckets Iron Roofing Barbed Wire Etc u StaggN ft Bacon + 4 C Ellendale CommorcalkICo1legeNllr aRb l1rIrig Sohool for and Youn lien who wish to studycBookkeeping Typewriting Commercial Law Telegraphy Short Hand Office Practice Penmanship Business Arithmetic The college Is located in one of the moat hoaltbful and refined neighborhoods in 4Daviesa county remote from nil temptations and distractions of city or town Not one of our graduates has failed to secure a good position Catalogues free ReSopens September 10 1900 J E Gardiner A M Pres 1July 21Gm CURDS VILLEX KY S 4ik THE ccNorihWestern Limited iJ Electric = Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and Mlnneapohs1i Leaves Chicago 630 p m every day t Dayligbt Train leaves Chicago 900 a m daily L Night Express 1015 p m daily i Duluth and St- Paul Fast Mail 10 pm Dailyi ri- o All Agents Sell Tickets Via r CIIICAO NORTHWESTERN RY r T The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago jj rj A PROMINENT CHICAGO WOMAN SPEAKS Prof Roxayler of Chicago VicePresident Illinois Yomansl Alliance in speaking of Chamber lamas Cough Remedy says I suffered with n severe cold this winter whioh threatened to run into pneumonia I tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse nnd the medicine upset my stomach A friend advised mo to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and 1 found it wns pleasant to toke und it relieved mo at once I am now entirely recovered saved n doctors hill time and suffering and I will never bo without this splendid medicine again For sale byJ W Gayle Druggist 1m MISTLETOE BOUGH AND FAROE The ladies of Ascension Church Guild wIll give a rendition of the Mistletoe Bough at the Opera House TueSda January 29 Tickets 60c No extra charge for reserved seats It is hopgxl there may ben large attendance When threatened by pneumonia or any other Jung trouble prompt relief is necessary asit is danger one to delay Wo wouldsuggest that One Minute Cough Cure betaken as soon as indications of havijig taken cold are noticed It cure quickly and its early use prov tits consumption South Lou moor and W McKee Hardie S J rl I firjustcondition Tonic blood purifier and S4 venuifugo They are not food but jgS f tilhorseTHROUGH SLEEPING CAR tIrcJACKSONVILLE r Via Southern Railway Leave iJ Louisville 745 a m daily leave Lexington 1050 u m nrrivepChattanooga 5EO p m d iI Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jackrsonville 880 a m Equally as iJ good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p in r 6 a has through connections and t 1 Jl sleeping car service arriving Jack JSouthern 4isschedule Jacksonville between Louisville andJ fJSuperior connections at Jackson vile for all points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on Jf solo to principal resorts of Florida kp and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico f1tvia Southern Railway Information 230 Fourth Avenue Louisville A Agent tNGon Pass w Washington D 0 IiWM H TAYLOEr A G P A Louisville Ky 114 WJllIJter 1IUat host with 0 M JUou11 WOWLEY Aaaata 3K XHtk I7M1t r i CLEARANCE SALE OF CLOAS SUITS AND SKIRT 31 f5o Jackets now 0 r K25o 600 Jackets now f 300 750 Jackets now 3 98 1000 Jackets now 598 1200 Jackets now 698 Ir 1600 Jackets now 898 2000 Jackets now 1200 12500 Jackets now 1600 ti FAY STOCKINGS 1f For Ladies and Children Up to stay 8 Try them and you will always buy them No garters no supporters neededyaR i8 D rOENSON COL i 311 1VJain E3t I+ ft5fi S SENT FLOWERS FOR GOV MOUNTS GRAVEI In the notice of the funeral of Uov Mount the Louisville Com mercials reporter suys Noticeable nmong the floral tributes tit the bier of former Gay Mount n beautiful design with a cnrtUnttncliGcl follows From the ladies of Frankfort KyI While the card bore no names it was generally believed that it was from ladies in the Kentucky onpi tal who appreciated the justice of the action of the former Governor iu refusing to honor a requisition t for Gov Taylor and Mr Finley The design was often commented iipouKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat HONEYSUCKLE Miss Susie Pulliam of Indian apolis Ind who has been visiting near this point for several weeks has left for home Misses Dora and Cloo Moore of Antioch spent last week with their aunt Mrs Lizzie Goins of Hatton Mr Leslie Goins has rented the vacant house belonging to Mr Bill Moore and says lie means to keep bachelors hall but we are thinking that Less is only nuking believe Mr Jim Whitman anti wife J will in a few days remove to Lexington as Mr Whitman is i engaged in business at thq alove k named place I Mr George Hoover of Harp Young MOll Who preserve the charms of face and figure of an increasing family and the care of growing are always to be envied As a preservative of health and beauty Doctor Pierces Favor ite Prescription has been by women as a God send to their sex It gives the strength and health upon which happy motherhood depends It prac tically does away with the pains of maternity It enables the mother to nourish the infant life de pending on her and enjoy the hourly happi ness of watch ing the develop perfectly child x11 4 IHH1tlrs Orrin SUlesjof Downing Co Wls writes nI live been intending to write you ever since was born re tard to what your Favorite Prescription has none for me I cannot praise enough for I have not been as well for as I now am In July last I had a baby boy weight n pounds was only sick a short time I got up have not had one sick day I have not hadtany internal trouble since I got up I was myself but all my friends here are surprised to see me so welL a Dr Pierces Medical Adviser J t woman friend is sent free on receipt Ii onlySendper covers or 31 stamps in cloth bind l to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NY r M 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1800 Suits now 1098 2000 Suits now 1298 2500 Suits now 1698 3000 Suits now 1898 4060 Suits now 2500 5000 Suits now 3298 I Underwear at greatly reduced pricesi mIVcalled on Miss Mittie Mitchell last Sunday afternoon When the new telephone line running through from Bagdad to Frankfort is complete an office will be erected on the premises of Mr W C Bryant for communion tion on all the connecting lines Wo are sorry to say that our old friond Mr Roll Roberts is very low with consumption Miss Sarah Sudduth of Lees town came out oh Benson Saturday to visit her sister Mrs Ida HuletteThe party at Mr Ed Stephens Saturday night must have come near being a failure as there were only two girls present Misses Blanche and Goldie Sud duth visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs Lafayette Sudduth last Tuesday MOLLIE YOCUM CONSUMPTION THREATENED C Unger 212 Maple St Cam paign Ill writes I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had the consump tion I tried a great many rem edies and was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar It cured me and I have not been troubled since W McKee Hard ie and South Long mqor SWITZERI IfhAIe will be preaching at the North Fork Baptist Church next Sunday by the pastor Roy Win McMillan at 11 a m Evening service at 080 Sundayschool services at 10 a in There has been a very gratifying increuso in tho Sundayschool attendance since January 1st The handsome frame residence of Dr W B Dawson was burned to the ground last Sunday about noonAbout 75 persons were present within n few minutes after the fire was discovered and doing all they could to save the furniture However on account of the high wind which wade the Humes more rapid in its work of destruction not moro that hnlf the goods were saved nod these wore in nI damaged condition The loss isi about 1500 Insurance 1000 Agreat deal line been said re cently not only in this county but in others of the abominable use of money and whisky in electrons In the county of Owen during the last election we are reliably informed there wore no fewer than 100 barrels of whisky given away Our own dear county was riot far behind this judging from what wo saw and heard A prominent oitizon of Grant in forms us tha t conditions were no bettor in his county Our neighbor just over the line Scott has yet the trying ordeal to pass through this spring and even this early in the stage of action we understand some of her candi dated have boon compelled to withdraw from the race tho strain upon their purse strings being greater than they wero able to bear While those evils have boon t relinformed We are far from being pessimistic in our views On the contrary we believe that behind the clouds the sun is still shining Vo believe we have more good citizens than bad ones We believe there ore more of our people who deprecate the use of money and whisky in controlling elections than who favor their use What then is needed for the improve moat of these terrible these heartsickening conditions We answer organize precinct organization We dare say thoreI are few ifany precincts above named counties where there are more really bad men than there are moderately good ones What is most needed thou is to get all those who oppose these abominable practices and this class is largely in the majority pledged to vote for no man who uses either money or whisky in elections This plan will not fail if wellworked Let two or threo good men in each precinct obtain the signatures of say 20 per cent of the strength of the precinct and no candidate would dare act in defiance of their wishes In order to do this sue cessfully time must be taken by the forelock the organization must be perfect before the field is filed candidates and many of the voters have committed themselvesThis evilCI11 not be stopped by talk but it cnn be done by work Let us work We stake our reputation on getting the required number in our precinct to insure success We have faith in believing that others will do as well SWITZERITE Switzer Ky Jan 22 IflOl Mr Editor I am sure you will take pleasure in doing mo the justice to correct the error you wade in comment ing on my recent communication You spy the largest vote polled in the Democratic primary was for the candidates for county judge This is a mistake The vote in the aggregate for county judge in this precinct was 12Dj for sheriff 141 caiu idatos for sheriff lacked 0 votes of polling the full strength of the ticket snaking 147 votes in the procinot which agrees perfectly with my former statement Respectfully E R JONES Upon further examination of the facts we are satisfied that our correspondent was mistaken and Mr Jones is correctREditor CONFIRMED BY SENATE The U S Senate on Monday confirmed the nomination of Mr James S Jlarlau son of Judge John DL Hafllan as Attorney General of Porto Rico That body also confirmed at the same tim the nomination of Judge James Denton as Collector of the Eighth Internal JRoveuuo District to succeed Commissioner Yerkes 275 Skirt now 1987498 Skirt now 398 600 Skirt now 39i 800 Skirt now 498 900 Skirt now 5 98 1000 Skirt now 675 7 r2OD kirt now 798 F S 1500 Skirt now 898 Dress Goods One lot Black and Color ed Woolen Dress Gods at just half the origi 1nal price va bP1eisantthtaKe4xr t 1ItS SfJ2 r SyrupNAT- URES it t tt 7 CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONI Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are L tfthe best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and theirsaltsZIare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege Itable Compound and if used in Constipation WIll bring f a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as tSick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousnesst Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than AT any other you have tried t ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLES f 4tf it t CLOSING OUT sm AT NOAHS ARK 1 4iL And let us supply your wants in y Tip Ghina1 Glassware t Toys c1 From an entirely new stock Lowest pricesfconsistent with goods of BEST QUALITY 339 Ann Street Next Door fo GaW it Drug Store l Entered at the postoffipc at Frankfort Ken tucksassecolulelassmailablomatter OED A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 26 1901 DEATH OF QUEEN VICTORIA On Tuesday last at 680 oclock p in the soul of the best queen England ever had and ofa truly great and good woman in tho person of Victoria passed to her reward on high She had reigned t longer than any other monarch It can be truly said of her that her highest aim and constant en denvor was to elevate and bless her people and to advance the interest and kingdom of her Lord and 4MasteN rests Christ From first to last her history is one that ally English speaking people can take k pridde in At the time of her demise she viwas in her 81st year and up to last six months of that long life she had been in unusually robust health The worries and anxieties occasioned by the wars between England and the Boors and the South Africans were the cause of the breakdown at last She had always been a constant and worker and superIIisionvast dominion over which she was Umprsss Her voice anti influence were ever on the side of peace and tran quility and we us a nation owe her a debt of gratitude for her 4runfailing friendship for our country anti its people The grief of the great common people of her empire at this sad f event is genuine apd lieartfeltI nthjs country versal expression of sorrow And for the first time in our history the flag on the White House at lt4 Washington City was lowered to n RhLllh1atsm2Nobod and nothing now known will always cure it Doctors try Scotts Emul sion of Cod Li crOil whet J they think it is caused by imperfect digestion of food You can do the same It mayor may not be caused bv the failure of stomachand bowels to do their work If it iv you will cure it ifnot youVvyill do no harm the way to cure a disease- is toStop its cause and help the body get back to its habit of Health When Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does that it aures when it dont it dont IIl cure It never does harm The genuine has this picture on it take no other If you have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 5q and 100 i all druggists t l Y Jfr 444rr W 1t halfu ilsb inreaogiltloii ot bb grant loss which the great Etiglisl- speaking peoples have sustained 1rhc Prince of Wales has been installed as King Edward VII May his reign bo as beneficent in its effects as that of his noble mother ANOTHER FINE SERMON Rev M B Adams pastor o the First Baptist Church of thi city preached the third of his series of sermons on the 1 Perils of the City on Sunday night last to a packed house His theme was The Perils of Lawlessness or the City a School for Crime He madq a plain statement of the facts as Uei exist in this city and elsewhere showiiig the terrible strata of affairs caused by a failure in the execution of the laws and a like failure in public sentiment to backup the proper enforc9ment of those laws He denounced in scathing terms he cowardly practice of carrying concealed deadly weapons the practice of fixing j tries so as to ncquit murderers or have those juries to disagree and thus jonable criminals to obtain bail and continuances until tho publio fooling had become deadened and the result was a discharge of the accused Ho plead for aHmiversal observ tanoe of the laws an enforcement its ponalites upon transgressors land a general turning of the peo pie co the paihs of righteousness A deathlike stillness pervaded the large audience as the preachers words rung out in the clearest tones in warning and entreaty to the young men and women especially to walk in the ways of godliness and virtue For the Roundabout OUR HOME ORCHESTRA The phrase homo talent has a diversity of meanings not the least among which is the feeling- of terror or tho raising of the eyebrows when brought to the at tention of the hearer or reader Nevertheless there is always the underlying pride of any live town or city in her institutions which acts as a continuous incentive to tho greater and more successful development of those enterprises A community is judged by her neighbors and visitors according ris her home interest and facilities UfO nurtured or ignored and the mhl growth socially commer cially artistically religiously or politically play be gauged largely by the support given to those necessary branches of cosmopolitan life Our city of Frankfort is no ex ception but sad to say has been in a state of torpor as regards the development and encouragement of the artistic side of her lifoI The reason for this is not hard to account for there are numbers of our citizens of position and means who could and can do more if they had the support of tho community at largo Our noted musical cities have only become so through the coopera tion of the masses and tho moneyed element thud wo do not hesitate to say that Frankfort has no reasonable excuse for not being in line with any city of her sle in the country The Capital Theatre Orchestra was organized 7 months ago as a necessary adjunct of tho Capital TheatreThe managers of the Opera House were wideawako enough to realize the 11ocessi by ofn good working force in front of the ourtni as well as on the stage The results of work and perse verance are selfevident and the manner in which the public has ogratifying j liomor411ostrn isinot But more can he lotto null more stibstniitinlnd must bo given It is a recognized fact that the orchestra is not complete owing to luck of available material There is tho nucleus of a good mili tnry band hero andwith a few places filled with good exper findfproporsIf this is to bo done every bust ness mon should use every oppor tunity to place n new man in some one or more four industries and thereby assist in building up our oventunlJyia nn that they will bo proud of Mr Atherton the director of the orchestra has a recordof ex perience that cannot be belittled and with tho iuiditioiof a few good men to the already excellent organization he has evolved promises much for the uturei There are souse croakers whom you will always hear staying Hit dont do the town no good nphow Wo beg to differ It certainly does the town good to heep the monEY in tho town and the more enterprises there are on tho boom the more money is put into circa lation A few concerts have been in order to show encourlgeIment including the one next Wednesday night tho 30th We desire t prove that II home tnlentcnn b a source of true pride and con sidor it tho duty of everyone who is at all interested in local progress to support the concerts and undertakings of the home orchestra There will boa nnoxartist at eta concert anti as fast as new me can be brought horn the orchestra will be enlarged told thereby im proved Next fall a series of concerts will bo inaugurated and a season ticket issued Let us all put our shoulceiv to the wheel and help this thing to aj final and brilliant successIThe program for happy combination of popular and classic selections audK with assistance of Mr Slaughter the- tenor bids fair to outshine any thing yet given inFrankfort The next sale will open Monday 20th at Barretts and the price 50c brings it within reach ofn11 Canned goodsufnIl kinds lowest prices at LaltgdonCrrage Coe 201 t MISTLETOE BOUGH 1The Ladies Guild of Ascension Church will give a beautiful tertainment on Tuesday eveniit January 29 at the Capital Opera House entitled The Mistletoe Bough It has been carefully arranged in every detail and will no doubt be a delightful success The musical portion of the program has been prepared by Mrs Z J and that is an advnnce1Ticlwbs any extra charge for reserve seats They will bo on sale at Bnrrotts and should be taken early as there will doubtless be nI large crowd y The Capital Theatre Orchestra have boon engaged for tho occasion Furtlio Houmlnboufr THE WAYS OF HER Tho ways of her my fair coquette Hare suoh n mystery Thoy keep nie in n perfect sweat Of deep purplflxity Tis not with trlendl I am mot Tls not loves witchery- I only know vihateor I get Doth feed my misery H H F CASTO X L BeamathoTha Signature of f1 ryr IUUl oLDTAYLoR WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND inn WHISKEYS IS THE lrnREPlESENTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM fOLDTAYLORSIONATURBIS FORILLUSTRATI E H TAYLOR JR ft SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY LEINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF PINE BEERS Which in Ouality and Flavor Ara LANDoCALL FOR IT TILE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry ErllnlcforfAgtn ATTENTION DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY The members of Joseph H Lewis Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy will meet on Tues day aft rnoon January 20 at the AldridgeIlion ldnnce is desired MRS JOHN II STUART Secretary FOR BARGAINS IN Groceries Flour Meal LardYTir Stoneware Notions etc QO TO OWg1236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail A DEEP MYSTERY It is a mystery why women euI NerIvousnesscholy Fainting Dud Dizzy Spells thattwtredyears with kidney trouble writes Mrs Phoobe Charley of Petorson In cud n lame hack pained me I could not dress myself but Iso Bitters wholly cured me although 78 years old I now able to do all my honSeOlkI It overcomes Constipation improves Appetite gives perfect health Only 50c at J W Gayles drug store m Dr Wallace has opened a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for tho treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having oases requiring operations suoh treat mont as they have not tho time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallnco Frankfort 10tf 1 r rY1i IWN X f r fCl OU Iif ij SIi txI- T Is ANTED 1 1 a EE inow To car IT Ji k dot iI ii lI Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat f ItartificfallydigeststhefoodandalcisNature ff structing tho exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovereddigeat y ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand iall other results of imperfect digestion 1j Price and Large size contains times small size Book about dyspepsia mu Uod free Prepared by E C OcWITT AGO Chicago SOUTH lONGjVlOOK w McKEE HARDIE ftnO Limitations upon Residence Traveland Oc patro- nJPayabieIn6old PAId dap InsuranceUalues Important reaiuresIOF Union mutual Policies Orf2LIFE INSURANCE fIINCONTESTABILITY 1 from date of issue Grace in- Premium Payments gasft UalHC Coati Uaine Extension of Insurance 4 by terms of the jtr Maine nonforfeiture Caw i s Everyone of these privileges is definite and clear Just how and t I platnlytold I iexist as to oles for maunder o i standing but everything is explicitly set forth in aneovfoocal rduTtJALrlPay Premiums tho t MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW continuoingF 0 BRODIE nndJefferson fiJOHNFrankfort hySDocs it Pay to Buy Cheap A clipan remedy for roughs and colds Is rill risrht but you want some thing that will relieve and ruse the more Severn end dangerous results nf throat and lung troubles Whitehall you do Go to n warmer ami more regular climate Yes if possible If fIcasebeen introduced nil civilized coun ttries with success in severe throat and iyvrupulatea the tissues to destroy thu uenn disease but allays inflammation 1 pauses easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures theJpatient Try one bottle iiIntpJII J 4li l f tify J t l ji J d H Dress Goods fTIn nil of the ouding shades and w styles Our stock consists of Brondcloth renetianB Home spans Albatross Serge Henri j ettns Lustres Soliles Poplins 1Inull prices Cheviots We lend with low t RR 1 Umbrellas 1 r For Ladies Gents and Children i Good Quality Steel Rod Um brellas 50c each Good Quality Silk Umbrellas 100 Good Silk t Umbrellas Steel Rod Silver W Plated Handles 200 to 500 J White Goods 4J l8 Here is whore we can save you money Never before did we have Itsuch a large stock Over 4000 yards India Linens at 5 cents to i 25 cents per yard also a large Jt y stook of 1imitiesNai11800k Cross Bar etc JiL f also Long Cloths and Cambrics vtf r p J 7 r BOUGHT BIG STOCK By their ad in todays paper 1 it will bo seen that Messrs R K t McClure C Son have purchased r ftho big stock of clothing and gents furnishings of Mr W fy Hudson jr and have moved the came to their mammoth stores on tSt Clair street Having n big f stock originally this firm an nounces that they have not room for their new purchase and the g ods MUST be sold Those de siring bargains in their line should r call at McClures and secure them before the best are picked over Remember these goods must bed 1W sold t Hoyts A Milk White Flng remodeled and improved is one of the seasons offerings in the theatrical lino Much now life mostttpopuJur farce Hud its amusing J = Go1Dus11- I Washing Willow Furniture end 1 II Wicker Chairs YlckcrcblrllOOD becomo lolled but they su bo cleaned to look like new with Gold Dust Washing Powder ud warm water lire a scrubbing brush when water becomes tha least soiled Ice fresh follow rwith a soft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry iron beds cn also be washed by this tnsthod but must be wiped dry quickly laoLueNseat tegout to K PAIarANK III iIt Lul Nw Yak letn 1S u MtMA1f 1ir iNt I Corsets We carry a very large stock of corsets 50c to 200 each nnd therefore wo are in a position fit and suit most every lady VoIalso linvo the W B Erect the newest style out Try one Ribbons 1 Taffeta Satin Gros Grain Moire in all widths and nndI No1 at 2o per yd Other widths from 4c to 80o per yd Velvet Ribbons 5c to 50o per yd TaJle Linens cJ JJP GO inches wide all linen 50c per yd Mill Ends 2 yds for 150 Mill Ends 2t yds for 187 Mill Ends 8 yds for 225 Napkins bleached from 100 to 8 00 per doz Towels all linen from lOc to 50c each possibilities are not marred by anything that could offend the most fastidious critic The company is said to be fully up to the degree of excellence demanded by the public and is capable of furnishing three hours of jolly good fun in theway of singing dancing and novel specialties whichIHoso distributed in the performance as to not mar the unfolding of the plot nor the action of the play A military band and orchestra are a feature of the performance A Milk White Flag1 comes to Capital theatre Saturday Feb MArPRIMONIAL PHILLIPSALLISON Ben son on Thursday January 17 Mr Leslie Phillips and Mrs Lizzie Allison wore married by Rev W H Johnson u Housework is ham work WithOltt th 1 P F 4 Laces and- Embroideries Over 1000 pieces to select from Surely wo cat please you with such a vnripty- Embroideries for 4 cents per yd and upwards Linen Laces 4 cents per yd and upwards Val Laces It cents and upwards We just received a new lino of beautiful patte- rnsUnderwear IPantseach Blankets All Wool 104 only 825 per pair All Wool 14 only 400 per pair Extra Quality 114 only 550 par pair Cotton Blankets 104 Too to 175 per pair AGIN ERO JiLETTER LIST Advertised letters for the week ending January 20 1W1 Bacon Byron Baker Lindsay Borden Willis Buford 0 II Candle John Collins Eli 9 Comvny Leo Crosby W H Gowl Stoob Grove F E Hamilton W C Harris Ben L Hawkins Miss Lavinin- Hokudale S King Bilker BILemons W P Long J Bi Lyons F I Marshall Miss Kato Monroe T B Moore ins Morse J Mnssnlluni Abraham Ray J R 2 Riddle Jas T 2 Robinson Myrtle SomoiiH Slusher JohnISnead Mrs E P M Stuokor Jas- ThurmanElisha Tiller Mrs Mottle Whim calling for these loiters ploaso say advertised S B HOLMES PM Use Polar Bear Flourhighes- tpatent440 per bblnt Lang dunOreiiBoy Cos 20lt SPLENDID LECTURE The lecture delivered by Rev oflthoof the manners customs and pnoI plos of IncHnrrho steredptican lllandlargo audience that packed the church to the doorsI r Pori I d Mlot rijll Wifi 1r Dry Goods if jghnvopleasing our patrons with goorlM values and low prices We JMhavovalues at a fair prie and that is 1JL what you want Give us a call Domestics Apron Ginghams good quality 44oo r fjjjjfrGoodCotton 5c per yd H Blenched Cotton 5c to 8ic per yd ILace Curtains t 11 Good Lace Curtains 8 yds long i75c per pair Good Lace Curtains SAyds long 100 per pair Pretty Lace Curtains with patent overlocks each 8A yds long 150 Extra Quality Lace Curtains IBrussels pattern yds l-ong2C0rAlso better grades from 250 to 500 per p1rrqJJSJ Dress i iYeLiningsVe r9haveIyou WIi ic k= s UP TO DATE LAUNDRY The work done at the Home Steam Laundry a while before I bought itwns so inferior it led to sntisfnctoryIam now doing up to date work and your patronage would be highly appreciated Give me a trial speakforP DENTON IEOnly a few more cases of that delicious sugar corn left to be sold at 5 cents a can atLangdonOreasey Cos Buy today or you may miss it 20lt For the Roundabout VICTORIA a Victoria as woman known Victoria of Britains throne Thus will the coming ages hold Of ht r who nov sleeps jencofully As doth the hoary century + Op which her name is writ in gold v HHm NARROW ESCAPE tr On Tuesday night the heat of 11 lamp at the Institute for Feeble minded Children melted the i solder around the lamp and the hot metal fell on a couch setting ifire to it It was discovered and ldamngoI UllNCHfESTER HewRival 14 Leader andIIReneterfj r Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the but shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM T E BESTft NOOERIBSLOWESt TrPRICES LIQU Rs1 JOHNTBRISCOLLS e I Iti CLOCK THAT IS A WONDER One of the most marvelous bits onft It is the Gebhnrd Automatic Astronomical Art and World ClockThe clock is 12 feet high 12 feat Wide and 8 feet deep The ease consists of three parts The lower contains n complete calen 1a dariuin which gives the date r weekday month and year as well as the intercalary day of the leapr year the golden number the Epacts the Roman Indication the cycle of the sun the Domini cal letter and the moveable holi days as Easter Ten dials in the center of the second part show the time of the ton principal cities of the world The central dial has a third hand Sto which is attached a little disc f and shows the variations of the ff vBun time from the mean time for every day of the year To the t is dial showright a twentyhour ing the new division of time coming into vogue in Europe and America according to the decimal 7 stem To the left a twenty v fourhour dial gives accurately v the siderial time which time advances on the mean time every twentyfour hours three minutes and fiftysix and onehalf seconds The upper part of the right of fr center exhibits four figures repre Benting childhood youth man hood and old age which strike the quarters An angel protects with tv its right hand the first throe ages while it remains quiet nt the approach of old age As soon as Nwthis figure has struck the fourth Jf1 quarter another angel reverses an bihour glass intimating thereby endclltfe To the right of these figures can Klbo seen a dial showingsunriso and sunset for every day in tha year also showing distinctly the length duyJiAbovin her different phases of rotation with her exact daily increase or decrease To the left there is a planetarium which gives the heliocentric movements of the six principal planets Mercury pVenus Earth Mars Jirpiter and Saturn The plate upon which l the planets move contains also ltho signs of the Zodiac divided Winto 800 degrees a hand showing logteeslyear f To the right of the clock is a representing the earth Which revolves upon its own axis frpju West to East making one rlhQurs M A SELBERT t1 The Leading Jeweler ilia than all dials can be accurately set to their exact time On the opposite side is a globe representing the stars or heavenly constellation which revolves upon its own axis from East to West siderial time just the reverse of the earthshowing those stars directly shove us also those whichare rising and setting- In the center of the upper part of the clock the twelve disciples appear successively every noon hour Each disciple moves toward the Lord who stands in a niche receives the benediction and then disappears During the procession of the disciples an organ plays several sacred hymns and imme diately after the disciples have made their procession a cock crows three times At New Years eve as soon as the clock strikes 12 a little door opens and a trumpeter plays a bugle call THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE Every year a large number of poorsufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not always sure Dont be an exile when Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will cure you at home Its the most infallible medicine for Oougha Colds andall Throat and Lung diseases on earth The first dose brings relief Astonishing cures result from persistent use Trial bottles free at 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iIOne of the most useful ft pleasing and sensible articles rwe could suggest as a Christtaw improvedCyeoer rt- How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic life jIa and what n relief from the worrysorne old broomrOnly Bissell Sweepers ghffsatisfaction R RogersASons dec 1Xyrr tf f THESMART SET FOR FEB RUARY JJ f f1Rendors of The Smart Sot will i doubtless nqreo that the February J Slumber is the brightest issue of porioclitval The lending story is a r novelette entitled Rumors anda rx Runaway by Caroline Duer ff Trjiis is Miss Duers first long story The short stories thnt she c lifts published in The Smart Set I F during the past year met with f almost sensational success and iit gave her a great reputation for the piquancy and cleverness of her IrU work This longer story will prove 1 still greater sl I v 3eliciously smart it BiutiIlatesI v with humor it is fascinating to f the last line The characters arc the leaders of a Fashionable Malt ing set and the sconen country resort near New Yorkis easily recognizable There is a charm- log widow who rides to hounds 4 Vsuperbly there are a number off men who find lien diverting if t dangerous there is a beautiful i jRirl who in a fit of jealousy L becomes ridiculousy involved with i3 two men and resorts to flight There has not been printed for f many a day a more delightful story than Rumors and a Runaway Other features of the number byTheodosia that won the 250 prize in the magazines recent competition A The English View of Our Soy Oiety by Mrs Sherwood a Bright article showing how deep- rooted is Old World prejudice against New Yorks social preten sions II Lady Stars Apotheosis by Julien Gordon Mrs Van Rensseloar Cruger a story of an American woman who sought her way to social sovereignty in Eu glanduThe First Victim of Reform by Lloyd Osbourne a tale ofthe beginning and the end ofa society tendersjar on wicke- d4z bachelors of J It STTO a1 AIR it it a it are are are all The t is t1 E7 Doesyour hair split at the end Can you pullout a handfulby ning your fingers through Does seem dry and lifelessGive e your hair a 4fchance Feed not dead they weak because they starved thats best tr hairfood r Ayer Hi1 r- VigOr If you dont want your hair to die use tf Ayers Heir Vigor once a day It stopsfalling p druff alwaysj restores to gray or faded hair it never fails too a kettle All druggists 8 Ona bottlo of Aycrs Hair Vigor Btomicd my c am started to colytJULIUS March Canova 8 Dak Ayors Hair completely me from dandruff IwasRreattyafllictedThogrowthofA tnlngwonderful G GHEEKR April NewYorkNY- If do not obtain all the benoflti you expected from the uae of the Hair 1 Doctor about It Dn J AYER Lowell M Madge by Arabella Konealy story of Florida golf links and n conspiracy Daphne of the Inn possibles by Guy Somerville Singed Wings byJ H Twells Jr The Millionaire by Barrj Pain nndliTho Bride of Sal Lorenzo by Louise Winter Ii addition to the prize poem thor are verses by Charles G D Roberts Samuel Minturn Peck Clinton Scollard VJ Lamptor and many others In this issue ore announced the winners of the various prizes amounting to 5000 offered bj the magazine last year for poomi and stories I IPepsin preparations often fai to indigestion because they can digest only albuminous foods thaticures the worst cases of indigestion and gives instant relief for it digests what you eat South Longraocr and W McKee Hardie PANAMERICANSPORTS A grand carnival of sports mbrocing all of the most famous athletic games of the day planned on a scale to eclipse all previous efforts in this sphere will be one of the strong drawing cards of the PanAmerican Expo sition in Buffalo next summer For this purpose the largest and handsomest sporting arena ever erected in America covering nearly ten acres of ground and having a seating capacity of 12 000 has been built in a convenient part of the Exposition grounds This is a splendid but deserved recognition of the great popularity of outdoor sports The committee in charge of this feature of the Exposition is ar ranging an elaborate porgram of events The nature of the sports will be varied Amateur athletics will be strongly encouraged and col lego sports will be made a special feature Professional events will be appropriately featured and the foremost representatives will participate The character of the prizes that will be offered has not yet been definitely determined upon but assurance is given that they will be of value as lasting souvenirs of success at the Expo sition The national game of base ball which is quite as popular in Canada as in the United States will receive the consideration due it in arranging a carnival of sports There wiHbe professional and amateur college games between representative teams of North America The popular game of lawn tennis will be played in a tournament in which the leading exports in the United States and Europe will take part The Marathon Race which was the principal attraction at the Olympian games four years ago and again in 1900 at the Paris Exposition is planned the start mid finish to be in the Stadium The game of Lacrosse which is extremely popular in Canada and becoming so in the United States and elsewhere will be played by the strongest teams The celebrated Caledonian games will be been and the popu lar German diversion of turning will be a feature i In the fnl1there will be exciting foot ball matches participated in by the best college teams There will be cross country runs with finishes in the Stadium cycling basket ball roque shoot lug gymnastics military maneu vers cricket bowling and other sports Two days will be devoted to- N jrldSjOhampionships The Radium111 be mum eat- f place for holding the sport planned It has a quartermil track and a sufficiently largo space for anyof the athletic events In addition to the large mail entrance there are seven exits while the aisles are numerous in order to permit easy handling of great crowds The top row of seats is 60 feet above the ground and every seat will command n perfect view of the arena am trackThat the PanAmerican Stadium will bethe center of attr ctioi for athletics and all lovers ol athletic sports in 1901 is n fore gone conclusion for nowhere else on earth will there be prepared for their enjoyment such a program ofsporting events It will in truth be a continual round oi pleasure the whole summer long BEAT OUT OF AN INCREASE OF HIS PENSION A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamber lains Colic Cholera apd 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 a dose of it 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 im BUYS A HOME Mr J W Marksbury has pur chased the house of the Misses Robinson on Third street be tween Steele and Conway for 2100 cash IN MEMORIAM The Sundayschool the First Baptist Church appointed a committee on Sunday January 18 to report a suitable memorial page to be inserted in the Sundaysohonl records upon the death of Col Thos Rodman That committee made the following report on Sunday lastIMemorial Page to COL THOMAS RODMAN Born At New Castle Ky August 10 In Frankfort Ky Deccember 21 1900 Some times we gaze yearningly upon the low down heavenssearch iug for some glimpse of that bleu abode where our hearts abide and fancy hopefully folds its wings There in the dim shade or golden sunshine and the music angelic choirsters we love to place our dear ones where neither time nor death nor care nor sorrow can mar their peace There they are consecrated in that beautiful home of the immortals Only those who have lived blamelessly and lovingly finda refuge in that enchanted isle of Avallon mid in that home of the blest wo leave our loved and honored onr own Col Thomas Rodman patron of our Sundayschool staunchest supporter of our church bravest defender of our faith counsellor of the young the orphans friend an over present help in time of need the defender of virtue the soul of honor the champion of the oppressed the almoner of the poor anti the friend of all LENA KIRTLEY- J H STUART- J B LEWISCommittee Chapped hands cracked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly by Banner Salve the most healing ointment in the world W Mc Kee Hardie and South Long moort +KENTUCKYS GREATESTNEWSPAPER +A from Child Laborer to 10 to 20 Pages Paper in BY lOne Months Year THE POST f3tf ww i Are You Prepared t For the Cold- Weather have a large stock I of Blankets Comforts order the UnderwearI receiving daily All Wool 1014 BlanIfor per pair All Wool 11 14 Blan for per pair Extra Fine All Wool 11 14 Blankets for per pair- Cotton I Blankets 1014 11 14 for 75 c to c gComfortseach- Ladies i Underwear I Vests Pants good quality for 25c j Childrens Union g Suits 25c to 50c per g I gGave a Dili I 41 St ClairI= ONLY AMERICAN GIRL TO MARRY A But one American has ever married a King silo a New England now a i living in a royal palace in the countr of her adoption almost sisItersthis fascinating gifted American g irlj who won the and 3f a King one of the prettiest of love storieswill bo one of the features of the March Ladies Homo Journal 1 and swollen joints sharp hooting pains torturing muscles 10 rest no sleep heumatism It is n stubborn liseaso to fight but Chamber ainaJPain has conquered it thousands of It will do so vhenover the opportunity is offered it One application olieves the pain For sale by J V Gaylo Druggist 1m I a V 1cant do without it especially YOU It costs you at the of ONE A DAY 0 THE LOUISVILLE f EVENING The Great DepartmentI Paper of Department for Everybody the the Lawyerfrom the the DailyBiggest the toI 1RATES MAIL ONLY 200IItwillEVENING LOUISVILLE KY We and kets 325 kets 400 550 and 225 and each jtfTHE KING girl tuid woman widow hand heart Sore That moans Balm time Try 4N only CENT n NOTICE I have rented out my place on Fourth Ave to Judge OJElear my 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 Hoteltt E E HUME 173m Ie NUllfc Y l FRANKLIN 01KCUIT COURT Mario iHaivuu id iiuiuui Jva Santo Defendants All JC110niiuwlnS chums ugulnlt chi estate of Ma ion Harrod deceased aru hereby notii fled to appear before inonnd provo or pros rat thorn to me properly proven before January By n n W H clnlmlIICommiHSio1or188t Franklin ihcU1 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I V TRADE DESIGNS MARKS iilii OOPYRIGHTS dtt3 Anyone sending n sketch tnd dC1Crtptlonms7 Brent onlarrobnblppontentnb ooCrmnneaFtlons strictly ccmHclontlal on Patents aent free Oldest BeCUrinllJ Patents taken through Sturm Co AtenJfPenal noUee without charge in the eRmericah-A rt handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cit t cnlatltm of any BclentlUo Journal Terms f3 a t5i cart four months f Sold byall newsdealers mUNN CQ3818roadway New Yun lBranch Once F BU Washington D 0 Try Capital Steam Laundry ateS a home enterprise Work guaranteed The most soothing healing andrantiseptic application over dpvised- id DeWitts Witch Hazel It relieves at once and clues pilesrHires eczema and slain diseases Beware of imitations South iLongmoor and W McKee hurdle HEALTH OFFICER E S COX From a notice in a Galveston Texas pnper we see that Dr E S Cox son of our former county nuiii Mr C 0 Cox has been appointed health officer for the f county of Galveston and is rook i 11IDeWitts Little Early Risers such valuable little liver pills South iLonginoor and W MoKee Her tdie ORDINATION OF DEACONS j IMessrs IVrL Bull and Thos P Ayerill were ordained Deacons itin the First Presbyterian Churoht of this city on Sunday last 4 AFTER La GRIPPEWHAT rUsually a making cough and u general feeling of weakness POLEYS HQNEY TAR is guaranteed to o re grippe cough and make you jrona nndrfwell Longmoor MoKeQ Hardie f 4lar PERSONALSC 1 hns been tiho guest of Sirs J Buford Htyulrlok bns Returned homo Miss Wright is the guest of Miss Irma Labrot Main street Mrs E Hensley is visiting her dough ter Mrs C Colnhnn at Annapolis 1Ih11 Miss Shuok has returned from n Lebanon her old home Mre Wm Cromwell was called td Bowling Green on Thursday by the Illness of a relative Mr L Labrot loftS on a business trip Monday afternoon Mrs E E Hume and daughter little MIss Eleanor left Tuesday for New York City where the lIttlo lady will be under special treatment Dr P H Fitzhugh of Now York City Who has been the guest of Dr E E fiume returned to Ills homo on Tuesday Miss May Long of Leitchfleld who has been visiting relatives in this city has Returned homo Mrs Lulu B Longirioor has gone to Leitobfleld to visit her sister Mrs G W Sam H Stoop of Louisville former State Auditor was here this week r as a witness in circuit court Mr Geo A Lewis of this ofllne made n business trip to Lexington this week Mr John E Mlles and family have v moved to the house of Mrs G W Cbinu on Mtfin street i Miss Mary Baker of Eminence is th charming guest of Miss Julia Showaltcr South Col SideIformer Commonwealths Attorney of this district attended circuit court Sat urday Hon Cecil Pence Jr member of the Legislature in the famous 18950 session from the city of Covington was in at SaturdaytMiss Christine Bradley who was the guest of Miss Mary Gray Conway street this week returned home Wednesday night Mr A Umathon and family havo moved to the double house on Third Street which was formerly known as the Orphans Home Miss Slate of Bowling Green was the guest of Mrs Wm Cromwell Shelby T Louis Edelin has gone to Dan- Ville to visit Gov J Proctor Knott wh Is very ill Mrs F P Lewis has returned from a Visit to her sister Mrs Addle Hammock of Lexington who has been very ill but is much Improved at present t Mr Ghas L Graham of Louisville is Visiting relatives here Col A W Hamilton of Mt Sterlirpf Was In the city this week Mrs Thos P Grasty of Staunton Va Mrs Mary W Gary and Mrs S T Halley of Versailles were guests of Mrs r J B Lewis Third street on Thursday Our theatregoers will remember with n great deal of in tores the CoghlansndRptutioll DumasHThe Royal Box the news that it is to play an engagement at the Capital Theatre Mon day Feb 4 is good news Those who would take the trouble and Could examine the files of all tho f New York daily papers of Decem bet 22 3897 would find that never imfchelii story of the stage in that j oity tae a drama been so univer sally praised by the critics as was c4i The Royal Box produced the evening before at the Fifth Avenue Theatres It bore success in every feature dialogue situation costuming and stage setting all gave ovi q dence of its having been planned by a master mind for such Charles Ooghlan undoubtedly was Since then it has been given the same cordial welcome in other parts of the country and this spite the death of Charles Ooghlatl For a time during that actors illness Mr Andrew Robson played the parts the critics and the public believing that in his powerful s acting they were seeing thatof Ooghlnn himself Tho result of Mr Coghlans death naturally Voiced Mr Bbbson permanently iuto xthe part and he will have lUn Iot1 ed success here as ho has in all the atborlsltios in which he bas bo a s on in the role off Qlaroix tor ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM YOUNG MENS BUILDING The gymnasium lovers are preparing to put in some good work during the next two months Mr R E Kline who had charge of the physical department before the holidays is ready again to be on hood class evenings Satui day Tuesday and Thursday A number will be on the floor tonight Socially the Association is gain ing ground daily No one who visits the rooms occasionally will fail to note this fact The daily attendance at the rooms during January has averaged more than 125 young men and boys The Association is the only continuous counter attraction to the saloons and similar evil resorts of Frank fortNo one who attended the Informal Musical last Monday night failed toejijcjy it Th program for next Monday is eve better It will include instrumental and vocal music recite tions and other good things More men are needed to take Clubewhiohmoets Friday evenings at 815 The meetings are interest fug and helpful The Y M C A library is always open for book donations The books are pretty generally read now by the members and a new donation is appreciated b allThe Bible Class continues t meet on Friday nights at 780 The men in the study are evidently getting much help The special meetings tomorrow afternoon at 880 oclock will be open to both men and women A most attractive musiSal pro gram has been arranged which LouisoHarris a trio selection by the Misses Umithon and Mr BurlY Umithon The Association male quartette will also sing Rev P H McGnffey of Lexington will make a brief address All are invited After one year of the greatest possible success at the Empire Theatre Now York City Under The Red Robe with its great company and novel stage effects will bo porduced here Tuesday Feb 5 This now famous play may be taken as another indica tion showing the direction of the wind towards Romantic drama the book assures so much that is interesting before the play is seen It has of course been necessary as it always is to rearrange tho scenes of the book to a considera ble extent in making them into a play The play begins as the book does in batons gaming house and the scene which in the book takes place in the palace of Richelieu is transferred for strong dramatic reasons hither The second act takes place at the Chateau de Cocheforot where much of the story is vividly told Then there is the scene at the crossroads which is just as it is written ip the book indicating wonderful dramatic possibilities Here the courtyard of the inn on the way to Paris is shown The final act takes place in Richelieus palace on the day when nobody but Gil de Berault thought i worth while to see him Paul Gilmore tHe eminent romantic actor and Miss Frances Gaunt head an unusually strong coil pauy IF BANNED SALVE yousmost healing medicine W Mc Kee Hardie and South Long moor tll Time to Oil Up Like every other complex machine the human body has itsiI periods for repair Sleep is Natures time for rest when th wakinghoursnervousness lost appetite indigestion heart trouble or pain it runningwith a hot box Give the tired brain and wornout nerves a chance to rest Stop It is time to oil up I was troubled for a long time with a stomach disorder and terrible headaches could not rest or sleep and night after night would lie awake until three or four in the morning before I closed an eye Time doctors did not help me I began taking Dr Miles Nervine I could see an improvement the second day and in a few weeksImy head and stomach trouble were none A H SERF Astoria Ills Dr Miles Nervinefeeds and rests tho weary brain and weakened nerves It gives zest to tho appetite stimulates digestion Incases circulation and restores health to body and mind Sold by druggist on guarantee DR MILES MEDICAL Coi Elkhart Ind 1 ORCHESTRA CONCERT programnthe Capital Theatre Orchestra Mr F P Atherton Director Wednesday evening January 80 1901 Soloist Mr Thos H Slaughter Tenor Mr F P Atherton accompanist at 815 oclock 1OvertureErato Puernor a Ah Never DeumJ R Thomas- b For This DeKoven Slaughtery Southern AthertouoSong for Concert The Ever lasting LightWittMr W C Jones and Orchestra MaLohuHail to the Spirit of LibertySouslthis latest- a Sugar Dolly Gay nor b Jerusha Goynor- Ich liebe Dich Grog Mr Slaughter Introduction and Vals- eAbandonIValdteufal Dause Antique Witt Toreador Song Carmen Bizet Mr Slaughter MedleyThe Rage of N Y DewittMrs F P Atherton Orches tral Accompanist The last concert of the season will be given in May date to be announced later Sbloist Mr Karl Schmidt Cellist PROMOTED AAIN Capt Noel Gaines of the 89th U S Volunteer Infantry now in the Philippines has been again promoted This time beds made First Assistant in charge of Police in Manila Capt Gaines had been made an Adjutant of the Regiment some time ago He is well qualified from his experi once as Provost Marshal in the 2d Keiitucky Volunteers in the Spanish war and in other capacities since lila being in the Philippines APPEAL TAKEN Mr T L Edelin as attorney for Hon C J Pratt yesterday filed the necessary papers tJ take the cat e involving the right to the office of Atorney General to the Court of Appeals The pleas will cuvertthe whole ground and espe cii 1y as t the constitutionality of ho Goebel law in providing that the decision of the State Board of Election Commissioners is final totthe courts It is understood that this is he initiatory step looking to the opening up of the whole fight over the minor State offices The most soothing healing and antiseptic application over devised is DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve It relieves at nce and cures piles sores eczema and skin diseased Beware of imitations South LOll mool und W McKee Hardie i IREL1GIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPALCHURCH Kev R L McCready rectorWednesday evening prayer mid Bible Lesson at 780 oc To nil these services tho public are cordially invited Seats freeI Morning prayer and sermon at 9 n m Holy Communion 9 a in Evening prayer and sermon 780 p in atI Sundayschool and adult class at 945 a in The mid week service w111 be held on Thursday evening at 780 oclock instead of Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m The pastor is prenohing a series of Sunday night sermons on The Perils of tho City Tile fourth of subjectTlieSundayschool in tho chapel at 945 a m Special classes for vonUIr mono Young Society will meet at chapelSeats invited CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Goo Darsie the pastor will preach II a m and 780 p in Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 045 Loader MahoneyTopic Prayorlnet ting Wednesday at 780 nightI Topic The Junior Endeavor Society meetFriday tic 330 in tho ohapel1-The pastor is preaching a series of Sunday night sermons entitled Twentieth Century Lessons from1 tho Life of Joseph11 The 4th of the series will be given tomorrow night and will have for its theme TemptationThecomed to all these services and especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Theusual services tomorrow conducted MajortheLow mass at 780 a in High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J iloClusky Blaynoy D D the pastor will preach It 11 a in and 780 p in Sundh Iohool at 945 a m Young i pics Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 045 p in evenIIntrThe pulse cordially Invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will In 1Epworthat 760 oclock Subject Our Unanswerable Prayers Sundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 480 p in Tho pastor has begun a series of four sermons at tho afternoon ser vice on relations of tho church to tho Now Century City tho Young Men and the Home Time 4th of thoso will be given Sunday after noon and will be from time theme IHJhe Church anti the HomeISundayschool at Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 045 pm pubsisChapped hands crooked lips and roughness of the skin cured quickly Banner Salve the most healing ointment in the world Wlic Koo Bfardie and South Long moor i +SOUTHERN y RfILWtyiIN KENTUCKY eCudirmsvd lobedl Effttl Mtj t9 ISltl f j1IvAr Shclbyvllle 910am 32pm 00Sp Ar Lurcnccbg 050am fl25ptn Bibpto iSOipaArWSSTBOUND Noa NNo4- Lv 7I03m 4iipm 515ar Ar Versailles 766am 602pm 35aas Ar Lurcncebff 820am 5Slpm 5 ats Ar SUclbyvlllo DlOam 615pm 3Oart Ar Loulsvillo 1040am 740pm 1iOaa iiNo400pm 745am Lv Loulsvll Ar 740pin 1040aa 825pm 1000araLv LarnobrgAr 630pm 810a Oaaa73Opm If WMTBODHD J ol1jNo 15tNo67 STATIONS No 1 1 740p632pm rk7llrpm7 40pm 1160am Ar Gcorgtn Lv 700am A3TDODND WESTBOUND tt jft7i5iiSMp1102am 310j t STATio iNo S 5Arm 745am 7jlOam lIOpoi Ar 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McOhire d Son and will iretire from business Mr Hud tl son carries with him the rel1popft and confidence of our whole immunity We wish him success infwhatever new business he mRyiH JfIAll old soldiers and rnqmbors pti the G A R aro requested to m ctiiat the residence of Comrade Jani BJF Sower on WilJcurtoa street at t fI7NothertouLOUIS H FINNELL tCom A G Bacon Post No 88 rt Kodol Dyspepsia eats jDigests what you v 2H