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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUTs t iGEo A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance i IS YOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 19DI NO 22 r i rt 10 c1h 0Y i 35Ir1r llt fr6 Suits and- Overcoat s rr 4I t IIt eii a lo t r ew- 647 i 450 to want v your sljiare bargains HlMON STOCK you want f atfflt v date Thats i J rzs zs I fI Kr M LUREN JILJg a II 212 S14 Clair Kyt J1 Made measure Suits for If you to of the in the to come all 26 saop Mens Pantsfor C and St St e Childrens Suits for 3r Frankfort J7J t 4 2 0 t r r ii0 ITOPEN r Our Store is Now Open for Business with Seasonable Goods I MELttirlgS4YCome and See usI ww 8 AR1VLER I Corner Main and Lewis Streets Frankfort Ky i PERSONALS toCaliforniar Miss Katie Lindsey has returned from a trip to Florida Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington sppnt Sunday in this city Col W P Thome of Eminence was in the city on Thursday- Mr J M Roch of LexingtonIwas in the city on CovingtonMrWm Cromwell loftMonday to attend Circuit Court at Ashlancl- II Mr Will A Lewis of Huron Ind was a visitor here this week Mr Lister Witherspoon of Ver sallies was in the city on Monday Capt Deslm Breckinridge of Lexington was in the city Monday County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was in the city this week visitingfrimdsi fills Mrs D C Crutoher was the guest of relatives in Georgetown this week Capt Jesse Graddy and MrW L Graddy of Versailles wore here on Saturday Miss Lizzie Carter of Switzer is visiting Miss Lizzie Spicer of this city Mr Helm Bruce of Louisville was hero on legal business this week Mr Edgar F Suter of Louis V parentsjnMiss Nannie Clay of Paris is the guest of Misses Anne and Emily Thomas- MissosEmma and Grasham Payne are guests of Mrs Jos Minary in Versailles I Mrs Jas R Thompson and chil dren were guests of Mr T W Scott last week at Duckers Judge C B Simrallof Covington was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Thursday Mr C B Lowry of Lexington was called here hy the death of his uncle Judge W G Bullitt Judge Chas H Brpck of Rich mond was in attendace upon the Court of Appeals Thursday MissesAnnalyle and Mary Graves of Woodford county are guests of Mrs J P Hobson Shelby street Mr Frank McKee of Woodford county attended the German at p he Capital Hotel Friday night vv daughterMissLizzie Darnell last week at Duck ers Miss Christine Bradley of Lan q c ster who has been the guest of Miss Mary Gray has returned home r l Mr Hubert Vreeland Deputy t Commissioner of Agriculture left for a visit to his old home 5 jin Nelson county kdjfv Mr Will S Farmer wife son and daughter Cecil and Alice at Wi tended the CrutcherBlakflmore- wK wedding on Wednesday afternoon v Mrs Mollie E Thomas has ofa rented the residence of Qol Tom 1Rodman corner of Steele and Seoi ond and has moved her family into It Mr Moore Knox of Pine Bluff Ark who has been visiting his brothor Mr A Knox Secretary of M C A has gono home pitwhere he has accepted a place in a big drug store f I 1 The New York Life in 1900 in gnred 115000 men who paid for their policies a total of 32000 00Q of business the largest ever joouipauyithe228t H C WILSON tr k STAMPING GROUND Mr HowrfnlTriplett has an at tack of the grippe Mr J W Rtishville IndWfiS a visitor here last week Miss Bessie Haines of Cincin visitoherehome Messrs Adams Blanton have opined a big line of furniture and buggies in the storeroom in the old Christian Church on Malt street v The wheat has been consider ably damaged by the unfavorable weatherMr H Bond has returned From a prolonged stay in New Or leans La where he has been sell ing horses and mules Dr R H Sparks will move 1I March 1st to the McMillan property Mr J R Trundle will oc cupy the vacated property at th same time Mrs C H Duvall and children after a visit to relatives here haVe returned to their home in Chicago Ills Mr Geo E Duvall has sold hi house and lot on Main erect to Mr Nash Broaden for 1200 He will remove to Chicago Ills about the first of the month t make that city 1is home He baa good place as a druggist We regret to see him leave us Mr G A Goddard has bought the Poindexter property of the A N Harpers heirs for 1700 There are eight acres attached to the promises with two tenant houses on same Ten years ago that property brought 8500 YACOB Seventeen pounds of Standard Granulated Sugar for as Lang donCreasey Cos 221t ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will be found list of advertised letters for the week cn 1Iing February 9 1901jAbbott J W Butery Mitchell Clark Mrs Eliza Coffee Carrie Collins MComesCram Isaiah itCrockett Judge Wm A Curry Mrs Sadie Heathen Bill- Hltohcook G W MaryKincaid Lewis Matilda colored Leek Jno W 2 Loftus John- Mitohell B H Moore Miss Lizzie Morton Miss WinfleJd Parrlfl E T Rid Harry M W M Shelley Louis Shelley Lou Smith June colored Sofeiv Frank Spencer Thomas Steele Thomas Steele W- Stephens F A Tucker Miss M Ball Wright P letterWhen calling for these please say advertised 18 B HOLMES Postmaster Royal baking powder at fort Y cents per pound at LangdonCrea sey Cos 221t The Elks minstrel parade win occur at 8 oclock Friday after noon they Yill appear in uniform headed by a brass band tc v t e iIIin Large Mock to i Select From I R re e te e iPerhaps you could finli1C- e very you want r ef you looked over our v line We certainly have all that is best in r r l e Material for I e e Dress fItexamine our goods before c WeJt Ie 38 inch all wool serge Silot for 6Oc per yard 38 inch all wool home yardse 38 inch all wool verse fe e tiara for GOc per yard 52 inch broad cloth for 125 per yard 48 inch extra line verse tian for 150 per yd 52 inch black pebble te cloth for12Cperyd e I c mm i i e l Oj BrnJ f i 41 St Clair at the Bridge e iIii ierioIi eJ ysHoneysaysChasFa Nothing else as good South Longmoor and W McKeeHardie THE J E M FLOUR yhe following speaks for itself Asheville N C January 16th lOOT J E M Milling Co Frankfort Dear SirsI will most cheerfully add my testimonial to others as to the merits of your flour I will state that I have had the best re suits from it as a pastry flour have over used You can estimate lnv approointion when I tell you 3 oouldnpsSigned MISS MATTIE HARRIS BTJCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Has worldwide fame for murvol out cures It surpasses any othei salve lotion ointment or balm fd cuts corns burns boils sores felons ulcers tetter salt rheum fovej sores chapped hands skin erup tions Infallible for piles Curt WIGayles1 L I r- f4 Go t- oSTAGG S BACON Masonic Temple = 210 Ann Street For Your Fail Hardware Paints Oils Glass Lime Cement Meat Cutters Loaded Shells r r Powder Shot Sewer Pipe Stove it- Pipe Lanterns Matches RoofingBarbedJ StaggN Bacon 9 NorthWestern Limited Electric = Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and Minneapolis dayDayligotNight Express 1015 p m daily Duluth and St Paul Fast Mail 10 pm Daily of I All Agents Sell Tickets Via l caicko NORTHWESTERN flY The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P T A Chicago UI V 7 7 0i72 rl Mompte Gayle Co i DRUGGISTS South Side Frankfort Ky 4- Next week Window Display fi New Novelty Latest Fad J DO NOT FAIL TO S EITI t t w l 3TKrf MJ It CLEARANCE SALE OF CLOAS SUITS AND SKIRTS u 500 Jackets now 25o looo Jackets now = 300 750 Jackets now 398 iooo Jackets now 598 1200 Jackets now f i 600 Jackets now 4i898 2000 Jackets now 1200 2500 Jackets now 1600 SAY STOCKINGS 4 For Ladies and Children Up to stay Try them and you will always buy them No garters no supporters needed B T DAdOHNBON CO 311 lVLain E3t MATRIMONIAL GRIFFITHUPDIKE In the icounty clerks office on Tuesday Peter M Griffith and Mifes flMr A Updike were married by 44 Judge J Dui Moore I CfiUTOBER13rl KEMOUj residence Of tho brides 1mother Mrs Mary 1iL Blnkomare at Fnrmdnle Mr Lafayette Crutohor of fiunbington W VftJ and Miss Neva Blakon ore were married by Rev George Darsie of the Christian Church Mr Qrutclior is a splendid young businessman anilhiPbride is one of Franklin countysswegt- eat and loveliest girls They loft that evening over the Louisville Southern Railroad for their bridal tour Our hearty congratulations are tendered CRAIGBRO N At Carroll ton on Wednesday Mr Wui Gang of this city and Miss Nan Die Brown of that place were marriedMr is an employeNof the Frankfort and Suburban Railway Coland is a clever young fellow The happy couple returned on Thursday and will reside here in the future INNESPHYTHIAN At the residence of Mr T Mack Phyth ian in Louisville on Saturday February 2 1901 by Rev Mr Chums The young couple always together before marriage rarely keepup this happy intimacy as man They are not tired of each other but the young wife finds herself weak and languid with no inclination for exercise thus begins a division of pursuits and interests which often ends in divided lives The r use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong It i drains which undermine the strength cures female weakness nourishes the nerves and gives to the whole body There is neither opium cocaine or other narcotic intt Favorite Prescrif tion I suffered from female weakness about eigh ncheatite Prescription writes ol Danville Co Ky Thiqmedicine was- recommended to me other patients I have taken six bottles and I another Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 700 illustra tions is sent free on receipt ot stamps to cover expense of mailing only Send ai onecent stamps for the book in covers or 3r stamps for cloth binding JLddrt Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y v 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1866 Suits now = Jog 2060 Suits now 1298 25Oo Suits now 1698 3000 Suits now 1898 4000 Suits now 2500 5000 Suits now 3298 Underwear at greatly reduced prices Gowen Mr Tamos Innes and Mis jLyda Phythian both of this county DEARTH OJJYJQDGE W G BUL r irq LITT i Our city and county lIne sustained another heftvy lussin the donth of Judgo Win G Bullitt event occurred on yedIWhiclsnd last at 11 oclock He was 7S years of age Judge DullHt was a man of fine mir tf great attainments and oi the highest culture His infyg rityand honor were of the first class He knew no fear as man or soldier and was incapable of a dishonorable action He was born and raised at Shel byville but for many years had lived at Paducah and served ns Circuit Judge of his judicial die briot His Inst service bf a public character was as Representative ofMoCraoken county in the late Constitutional Convention At the close of his term he married Miss Kate Pilkiugton of this oitYrnnd moved his residence here He continued in the practice of his profession and in au thorship until attacked by an in curable disease For several months he had been confined to his room and bed but never lost his courage until theend He leaves a wife but no children and a large circle of friends to mourn his death The funeral will take place to day services being conducted by Rev W G McCready of the Episcopal Church after which the remains will be interred th our cemetery Crystal syrup attwentyfive cents per gallon at LangdonOfea sey Co so22ftT DETHSI STOLL At his home in Louisville on Thursday Hon Albert A Stoll in his 48th yent11r Stoll was well known in this city He was a lawyer and had been a Representative in the Legislature His wife was Miss Lucy Garrard of this city a daughter of Mrs IJi Garrard and sister of Mrs Florrie Rodman He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his death He was a member of Lutheran Church Y M 0 A NOTES The dally attendance of young men at the Association Building now average 150 This is a daily gain over the same days last year of 70 Can any one say this work for young men is not growing The one need is moue to properly care for the growing deeds There are dozens of men in Frankfort who should be using r f the excellent advantages of the Association The gymnasium glasses are Conducted regularly and alo growing All testify to grunt benefit The basket ball team has had 11 chixllange from tike Kentucky University whi hwill be ncII ceptod and a game arranged at a near date The musical last Monday oven ing proved as usual to be most interesting A gOQlcro d was in attendance The programme for next Monday will beonosb attractive Let every ope rfcfjjember that these musicals are absolutely frer Those who miss the marvelous experiments of liquid air at the Capital Theatre next Wednesday night will have cause for regret Seats will be put on sale at Bar retts this morning Reserve them early Good music and short talks will be the program for the Sun day Mens tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock All men arainvited Putnam Fadeless Dye Cardi nal is a very fast Beauitful Red with which it is alomst impossible to sppt your goods as the color goes on the goods very evenly 10 gents per package Sold by South Longmnoor WELL PLEASED Well pleased patrons is the Laun1Cl1Yhave had for many daysis the cheering word my driver hears r Let me please you tOUto 20tf E P Deuton BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE 41 at Oa m from St Louis INo und entire Northwest to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from Ohicn o and PeoriauThe Burlington1Vorthern Pacific Ex For Denver and the Pacific Const via Scenic Colorado two fast trains ChicngoFor dnilyfronFinest Trains in the world Ohi MinneapolisToeph two trains daily from St Louis or Chicago California excursions in through conISceneColoradoThe best line the best equipped trains in the West Write for matter descriptive of any contemplated Journey through the West W M SHAW D P A 400 Vine St- Cincinnati O L W WAKELEY Gen AgentSfc HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager tf St Louis Mo Fatal delays are caused oxper cough and edld cures preIa pneumonia South Lqngmoor and W McKee Hardie r t I r 275 Skirt now 198 r 498 Skirt now r 39S 600 Skirt now 39iy 1 r 800 Skirt now 4g8 900 Skirt now 59 5f j 1000 Skirt now 675ti i2oo Skirt now 798 15 oo Skirt now 898 Dress Goods Onelot Black and Color ed Woolen Dress Goods at just half the original r- price tl I 1P5 Laxative Syruip v I NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION S- Ask Your DoctoraAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring afcoufra t normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts y are irritating to the intestinestJIMIBII LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege bringI v Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you donnot like it better than any other you have tried lay4tff CLOSING nUT SALE AT NOAHS ARK And let us supply your wants in Tin Ghina Glassware Toys c1- From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of t BEST QUALITY 1 339 Ann Street Next Door to GaYJet Drug Store f l TfieFratttMaM IfJtacky us second class inniliiblc matter- S i GEO A LEWIS Editor and PubI FORT FEBRUARY 9 1901 tFRANi H ANOTHER FINE SERMON Rev 11 B Adams pastor of tl oFirst Baptist Church delivE f erect the fifth in the series of sermons he is preaching on The Perils of the City on night Notwithstanding the thullt derstorm and drenching rain there was a fine crowd out com posed principally of young men and women asyto say that the law of God and jrnnn required an equivalent for every thing that man had In other words that there must beb some service rendered for everyI dollar gained whether by laborer or the millonaire in order to make that gain honest and theJ gainer an honest man He de nounced in the strongest language any scheme which professed to return three dollars for every one invested as nothing more nor less than gambling and that in the outcome the last person in would be caught all invested All games ofchance he denomi tinted gambling and gambling M was just simply and plainly stealtl 1lug the one way or the othernHe stated that the citizens of Frankfort who were aware of the gambling and vice that were so prevalent and who raised rib voice or hand to suppress ant or ts punish were particeps cfimiuis with the criminnln Slinthirtysix inches for a yard weight in merchandise an honestJ iihours work for that hours pay honest and truthful legal adv- iceConsumption n a i to Is destruction of lung bya growing germ preciselyas mouldy cheese is destruction yr ofcheese by a growing germ y If you kill the germ you stop the consumption You can r cant according toc when you begin Y Take Scotts Emulsion of r Cod Liver Oil take a little at first LItfood it is the easiest food Seems not to be food makes yo hungryeating is comfortable YougrowstrongcThe genuine has Itathis picture no on it ereTake more not too much enough is asI much as you like and agrees j with you Satisfy hunger with usual food whatever you like and agrees with you A When you are stroi- iaainhave g recovered yo- usrengththe r germs are dead YOU have killed them lr kif you have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York 53c nc1100 all druggists faithful truthful and square dealing on tho part of physicians generally bringing the life the standard of tho golden rule He warned his audience that they would have to answer at tribunal where there could be n evasion of justice where unprin jciplecf lawyers could not pad juries suborn witnesses or bribe the judiciary It was an exceedingly solemn sermon and one that will be re membered by those who heard it The attention paid was surprising for the length of the discourse people seeming to be moved an unusual quietude Liko bad dollars all counterfeits aroIMcKee Hardie BITTEN BY MAD DOG On Sunday last a youth by the of Willie Kays was bitten a mad dohat his home near Knob He was brought to this city Monday in search of a stone Millions of people are familiar with DoWltts Little Early Risers and those who use them find them pilisNeverand W McKee Hardie COUNTY COURT DAY Notwithstanding the raw nil unpleasant weather there was a large crowd of people in town onday There was more than usual amount of stook on the Trading was however dull and slow STATE GUARD The enfucky National Guard active ihilitia is composed of 102 commissioned officer 257 noncoinmssioned officers 10 mu- icians and 1116 privatesa total 1889 The number of men sub ect to miltary duty is 410000 TO STOP A COLD After exposure or when you feel cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey Tar It never fails stop a cold if taken in time Take nothing else South Long moor and W MoKeo Hardie NOW A LAW The bill to divide the State of Kentucky into two U S Court Districts having passed both houses of Congress any being approved by the President is now a low It becomes effective July nextUnder that bill Frankfort be mes the headquarters of the district and the Judge will reside here Courts will be held a Frankfort Covington Richmond London It is rumored that Gov W 0 Bradley will be the new Judge Capt S G Sharp the Marshal and J H Tinsley the District Attorney W L fancy Paducah Ky casue KengI was induced to try Foleys Kidney The first bottle gave imme relief and throe bottles cured me permanently 1 gladly recom mend this remedy South S Longmoor and W McKee Hardie REVENUE COLLECTIONS Deputy Collector Jacob Swigert collected internal revenue taxes for the month of January ae follows 8408 barrels 128140910 gallons 14095499 The tots collections for th whole district amounted to about OOOOOnnd this shows that the collections hero came near being half of that amount DESK FOR SALE We have an office desk for sale cheap Apply lit Roundabout officj tf JOHNllARSHALL DAy r Monday last wns tho one hun dredth anniversary or the eleva tion of Hon John Marshall to the office of Chief Justice of the Su prone Court of the United States allothe most important cities of the factlthattion left for the character of tHat sterling upright andjbrilliant ju rist and constitutional lawyer Oh for more men of the Mar begpopuar briberysogold FROST BITES AND CHIL BLAINS Quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing remedy in the world Longmoor and W McKee Hardie- ARRESTED AND BROUGHT HERE Capt Garnett DY Ripleyof Henry county late commander of a company of National Guards under Gov Taylor was arrested on Saturday afternoon upon a bench warrant issued from the Franklin Circuit Court charging him with complicity in the mur der of Wni Goebel notwithstanding there were no political indict ments brought in by the grand jury He was brought here on Monday morning by the sheriff of Henry county and lodged in jail The sheriff and Capt Ripley had a narrow escape from death while enjroute from New Castle to Eminence as the buggy they were riding time upsetthrowing the sheriff dawn an embankment and Capt Ripley on the pike The sheriff was so badly hurt tbatJCapt Ripley had to help him in the buggy Capt Ripleys nose was skinned and bruised but otherwise he was unhurt A MISUNDERSTANDING Misunderstood symptoms of dis eases lead doctors to treat some thing else when the kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Curo will bring you health when other medicines have failed Take no substitute South Longmoor and- Y MoKeo Harde PHANTOM PARTY Little Miss Lida Edelen daughter of Judge T L Edelen gave a delightful Phantom Party to her friends of the younger set on Friday night last The young people were en masque and had a delightful time refreshments being served The company left loud in their praise of their charming entertainer ANOTHER GERMAN The Frankfort German Club gave another of their biweekly Germans at the Capital Hotel Ballroom on Friday night last It was largely attended by a bril liant and fashionable crowd Those events are looked forward to with great pleasure by our young folks KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids recantlatcstdlscovereddlgest preparationsstantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results of imperfect di Prlce5OC and Large pep1amuflottree sma11s1e Book ab u t Preparedby E C OtWITT AGO Cfclcago SOUTH LONGMOOR W McKEE HARDIE I 1Ivtr tfliAY1O1 WHISKEY e BOTTLED IN BOND Till Of All EVERAQB IS MEN TNECORKDOTrLE KErRESCltTEI AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM OLDTAYLORs TIllS IS DSTtCT PORILLUSTRATED E N TAYLOR JR S SONS DISTILLGnS FRANKFORT KY FOR BARGAINS INiGroceries Flour Meal Bacon and Lard Tin StonewareENo ClW236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring Mills D MANUFACTURER- SFlour Meat ShipstuiF corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 254 84r REDUCED RATES On account of the spring meeting of the New York Merchants Association the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets from Lexington at one and onethird fare on the certificate plan good oing February 18th to the 17th inclusive and March 1st to the 4th inclusive and goodg to return thirty days from date of sale Tickets will be good to at Washington Baltimore an Philadelphia If you have tnryt yet registered with the Seor of the New Association bet ter do so at once The C 0 Route is the only line from Lox ingtan and Central Kentucky with through sleepers and dining service without charge arlAny information desired fully or space served 11GEO Dr Wallace has opened a Private I Hospital at Frankfort Ky roniop1DIseases adjoining counties having oases requiring operations or suoh treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For term- address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tfTO SUBSCRIBER Your second remittance duly re thanksltlfor mild and gentle easy to take am in effect use Clamber lins Stomach and Liver TnbletsII Price 26 cents am1 Every box guaranteed For sale t J W Gayle will r fund your money if you are satisfied after using Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets The cure disorders of the stomach lei iousness constipation and head ache Price 25 cents Samples free TPiST1 i I rsell iTEIS L see ai r1 LIIXINGTON BREWING GO Ij BREWERS OF FINE BEERS ItWhir in Quality and Flavor An QUAL 5i TOANY BEERMADEt j IN THE LAND j15 FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A- Kentucky li t 0 Industry tl t 0 ROBINSON FrankfortAgt Hept211I t- t w ttoCimitations upon Residence OcdPayabIeInGoId PaidUp- Insurance Ualues importantr features OF Union mutual Policies OF LIFE INSURANCE INCONTESTABILITY from date of issue Grace in- Prqtnlum Payments gash UalHW Loan UaiwQsa Extension of Insurance by terms of the Maine nonforfeitHre taw j Every one of these privileges is definite and clear Just how And plainlytoldexist as lo oles for misunderstanding but everything is explicitly set in language MUTUALAPremiums tho MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW without Action of the Policyholder eontinir iIng the insnrnnce bra specified lengtn nf circa t fiManagerJefferson JOHN R TODD Agent f BIFrankfort Roes it Pay to Buy Cheap i A cheap remedy for coughs and colds right but you want soma thing that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of and lung troubles What shall do Go to a warmer and morerclimate YesIt for you then in either hoelwith success in severe throat and troubles Boschees German It not only heals and sUm germofdiseasecauses easy a A rrlmended many years by all druggists in the would For sale by S B aolmes 11y 7 IIEVf1VEAPH- ERSaturday n 4 IJj Sunday and Monday wjihad all sorts and kinds o wiather Late in the evening of r Saturday it began to snow furl t ouily until the ground was oov y ered to the depth of about two tj inches Then the wind changed and It began to sleet and then tor rain The ruin continued pretty t muchall Sunday carrying the t snow off and at 780 Sunday might we had a regular summer thunder storm with cyclonic ten t deticy accompanied by vividj i lightning and drenching r Later in the night the wind changed again to the northand blhwgreatguns most of the night Monday morning came raw and v cold with fitful snowfalls notI f however enough to cover ground J kNEkJMONIA CAN BE PRE- VENTEDr FThis disease always results from n cold or an attack of the grip may be prevented by the timelyandI if Cough That remedy was us oft1tcase X recover or that resulted in pneumo ilia which shows it to be a certain of that dangerous disease Chamberlains Cough Rem- edyta ij has gained a world repu il tatJon for its cures of colds and t ik grip For sale by J W Gayle k4BAD ACCIDENT iAs Lorenzo Hunter colored anj f employe of W A Gaines 0011 drwas riving a heavily loaded J a tillery wagon on the Glens creek on Thursday he was lookj 1ing after his wagon and did not 1ttti notice that Mr John Trumbo was direoIIWwagon i 4 Mr Trumbo out tearing off three ti andw7d otherwise playing smash with the buggy Luckily Mr Trumbo was unhurt Irfl w A Gaines Co promptly k took the matter in hand and paid Mr Trumbo the damages sue it tamed A FIREMANSCLOSE CALL 1Istuck to my engine although 14every joint ached and every nerve wits racked with pain writes C r w Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak innd pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to K give up bottle of Bitters andafter taking It ElectrioI well as I ever did in WjiTWoak sickly run down fW ways gain new life strength nndI w vigor irpm their use Try F Satisfaction guaranteed by J W j 50 cents t SENTENCED FOR LIFE IfX VQp Tuesday last Mr Henry E Youtsey who had been found guilty a Scott county jury of a com Ifnlicifcy in the murder of William loebel was taken from the Louis ifville jail to Georgetown and sen tenced to life imprisonment xHe fevvas asked if he had any thing to ijL say why sentence should not be t pronounced when he answered fit J have nothing to say except t that I am innocent and that my fi oonvictiou was accomplished only t by base and infamous subornation of perjury vHe wits then ordered sent to without Gad l WilkinS Willow Furniture ind Wicker Chairs ftekrebalneea M etled Me they w H ehd leek IIH 4wa Gold Dwt Wuluig Powder s Md m vmn UN a wnsHIai bruihj when tracer 0Mt aelti4 Itt tntt tallow dryWkINstbd but past be wiped dry quickly t kc4 ooLunt a roc aontattroarl sMfFNargowlloTeo rattt4wt4tatrpsy lat Now rek ant t 9 Prison for bis natural life He IB 28 years of age belongs to one of Kentuckyflike high family Her father is Judge 0 S French and has hun dreds of relatives here and all over this section For the weakness and prostration following jrrippo there is nothing prompt and effective as One MInute- Cough Cure This preparation highly endorsed as an unfailing remedy for all throat and lung troubles and its early use prevents consumption It was made to cure quickly South Jjongmoor and W McKee Hardie OF INTEREST TO FARMERS IBesides an ancient mowing ma by the original McCormick in 1851 numerous old fashoned implements of industry vehicles horses and other domes tic animals are utilized in staging The Dairy Farm At the Opera House Thursday February 14th IIVORKING OVERTIME are those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing indigestion biliousness constipation sick headache and all stomach liver Bud bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25 cents at J W Gayles A BEAUTIFUL CHARITY For a number of years the ohil dren of the city schools have been accustomed to contribute to the support of a cripple Mallory Spalding who until about a year ago was able to attend school Since that time however he has been confined to his home and in extremely cramped circumstances but the children have not forgotten him and have always cheer fully and gladly responded to any appeal which Was made in order that he might be made comfort able Knowing that another call was soon to be made the pupils of the high school acting upon the suggestion of members of the senior class determined to make public a private entertainment which they had contemplated and this was to be a benefit for this truly deserving charity The entertainment as first planned lie in honor of the poet Lohgfel low His Masque of Pandora an imitation of the Greek drama will be given as the first part and to be followed with tableaux from various works of the great Ameri can author Since the aniversary of the poets birth 27th of Feb ruary comes within the Lenten season the benefit will be given at the Opera House on the even ing of Saturday February 16th It is hoped that these pupils may receive the good will and financial support of all those who are charitably inclined Only the bare expense of renting and print ing will be deducted from any sum realized The remainder will be placed under the control of one who has previously performed the kind action of looking after the welfare of this boy and who has so helped to make more pleasant a life that might otherwise know the severest want and who e bod ily condition forbids that he make Houseworlds h1w m ust aes1W bMMm any effort to help himself A smalladmission fee only will be charged The work on this benefit is en tirely outside of school hours and will in no way interfere with class duties 4 MARDI GRAS excmrsionIone round trip via L N to New Orleans Mobile and Pensacola on February 12th to 18th inclusive good to return until March 7 1901 Through Sleepers and Coaches from Louisville and Evansville THE DAIRY FARM The Dairy Farm Eleanor Merrons successful domestic play will be produced in this city Feb ruary 14th The introduction of horses live stock farm imple ments and sleighs are effective bits of realism GETTING THINGS IN GOOD SHAPE The character of entertainments whiah the new lessees Messrs J B A D Blauton are giving at the Capital Theatre is to be highly commended They ate rapidly getting things back to the old time standard and the good peo ple of this city are beginning to appreciate the fact that they can see firstclass shows at our theatre again and that they are not re required to pay firstclass prices for bum shows as had so long been the case They have had a num ber of the best shows on the roadr recently especially those given this week We desire to return our thanks to these gentlemen in behalf of our citizens for their enterprise and energy in this regard FREQUENT COUGHING Inflames the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar stops the coughing and heals the lungs The ordinary cough medicines which are simply expec theykeeping off thu phlegm South Long moor and W MoKee Hardie GOY TAYLOR GOES INTO A RAILROAP CORPORATION Louisville Feb 4Tho long talked of New Albany and Paoli electric railroad is again being agitated and it is claimed that the Hon W S Taylor Governor of Kentucky is among the pro moters Reuben Miller formerly Corporation Clerk at Frankfort who is with GovTaylor in Indian apolis is also among the prVmot ers of the proposed elecbiio line Mr Miller was reared in Floyd county Ind a fwv Kiilea back of New Albany and the proposed line runs rivtfirliis fathers farm He bae10r some time been in correspondence with prominent men along the proposed line gathering information as to its utility the amount of aid that could be pro cured from the people along the line in the construction of their road and the prospects for getting a right of way It is believed that he and Gov Taylor together with some Indianapolis capitalists are interesting themselves in forming a company for the construction of the road MARDI GRAS r i Tickets on sale at nIl ticket offices of the Queen Crescent tripFebrunryturn till March 7th Pullman Palaoe Drawing Room Sleeping Oars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Chattanooga to Mobile Finest trains in the South are run via the Q C Write any of the Q 0 ticket agents for information or address W J MURPHY General Manager W C RINEARSON General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio nr Sr GAYLE CO GUY BARRETT IIronKENNEDY W McKEE HARDIE G SALENDEI i PLYMOUTH UD PITT BURG COAL y I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coalof the best quality Leave your orders while it is large andclean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Company W H HOLE Proprietor Telephone No7 O Ii W II d 1i it WWIJ M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL SAFFELLSVI Staple ands II Fancy Groceries r X China and Glassware 1Fine Wines and ISkles x We askour and country friends tocall at 212 Ann Street anInspect bur goods it RrJ M SaffelI Son 1 Sj f l 1 It r ifwcf J f ri T FjN i TBE BEST ROOERIFiz LOWES1T PRICES JOHrBRISCOLLSII t Frankfort Cincinnati Railway THE MIDLAND ROUTE i 1 LOCAL TIME TABLE V In effect October 5th 1899 AMo a1S xd Pass Pass Puss Puss Mlxd 340 650 Lv Frankfort A Ar 1120 710 015 Stedmantowni 1107 056ass 135 400 710 Ssvltzer 1L00 649 840i155 410 720 StamplngGround 1050 689 871 205 41G 726 Duvall 1043 632 810 r 215 4J2 781 1097 626 800 230 428 740 Georgetown j 1082 aao 751 300 433 750 08 Depot B 1628 617 750 == 448 ao7 Newtown 9iS aoa = =45G 815 entervlller 995 656 600 820 Elizabeth 940 650 510 890 Ar Paris CLr aso 640 connects with Lt N h B connects with C connects with Ky Central Between Frankfort and Cincinnati lHPHAIjAIIPH 1901 4d RELIGIOUSr ASCENSION E PjIS CO PAL CHURCHRev Rf L McCready vector Holy Comraunidn at d imMorning prayer and sermon a m Evening prayer and srfrmon at 7ROp miRoy Jno K Mason D D rqctoi of St Andrews Church i J will prwioh at Coths rvioosi vileI SjundayHehool ancL adult Glass at 945 a in Wednesday evening prayer and Bible Lesson at 780 oc oc1t To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats freq BAPTIST dHTRJH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p in music at serviceSpecial evening 1 h o pastor preaching a series of Sunday night sermons on The Perils of the City ThoVsiixJth of these will be preached Sunday night at 780 and has for its subject liThe Perils of Loafing- Sundayschool in the chapel at 945 a m Special classes fori Voting men Society will meet chapelF ini CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p in Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at eader Martha Abbott TopicU If Christ Should Come fir I TomorrowPrayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 Christian Steadfastness Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday at 380 in the chapel The pastor is preaching a series of- Sunday night sermons entitled Twentieth Century Lessons from the Life of Joseph The 6th of the series will be given tomorrow night and will have for its theme Josephs Work as Viceroy of Egypt public will be cordially wel comed to all these services and os pecially strangors in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The Usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Majpr the pastor Low mass at 780 a m High 1mass 10 a m Vespers at 730 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m ysolhool at 945 a m Young peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 645 p in Prayermeeting Wednesday even at 780- The pulbic cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p mIEp League meets at 645 p m y Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 760 oclock- Sundayschool meets at 980 a m fThe public cordially invited to at IItend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 7 80 p m The evening service will be held at 780 hereafter Sundayschool at 950 a in r Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 pm To all these meetings the public invitedrS l A box ticket in the Slew York r iLifewhich admits you any where on the globe and can not be con tested for any cause a legacy ini 13teadof a prospective law suit to EC WILSON 228t SELBERTThe cAPIThLTHEATER1WENE3AY Ii Air Experiments Under Management of Young Mena Christian Association Not Merely a Lecture But Actual Demonstra tions with 20 Gallons of Liquid Air Shipped From New York SU1EXTIFifi Reserved Seats on Sale at Barretts BENEFIT CONCERT The benefit ctfucert given by The Ideal Club on Thursday night was largely attended the chapel of the Parrish House of Ascension Church being picked full of people The whole thjn was a success from first to last The singing of Mr Slaughter Miss Newbruudt and ol1rfJvn Katie Gibbons were first class in every respect Financially it was even better thhn expectedIFour pounds of the best baking soda for five cents at Langdon Creasey Cos 221 1 STATE CONVENTION Y M C A OF KENTUCKY o24thCrescent ticket offices in Ken tucky at one and onethird fare for the round trip on the certificate plan for this convention Write or call on Q C ticket agents for further W C informntionI G P A Cough a OonquersOroup praiseIttis Hoarseness Grippe Pneumonia and Consumption It gives quick sure results Price 25 cts Refuse the dealers substitute it is not as to- odDzBulls Cough Syrup Always cures when others failI Dr Hulls Pills cure Constipation and giver Troubles go pills 10 eta Trial box 5 cts MA v Jeweler 5 J Liquid 1NDERFUL SPEGTRflULgg Doyou qOOD PLACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEY FOR SALE STOCKS AND BONDS 21 shares of Frankfort Water Company stock Temvlestooke15 Masonic Temple Bonds 108 HO Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks RyCoseach RyCoseach 65 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 80 allures Capital Gas Elec tric Light Cos stock REAL ESTATE 1 storeroom on Main street Frankfort 2 storerooms in the Williams Block South Frankfort Ky 800 feet of lots fronting on Shelby street South Frankfort Ky known as the J Stoddard Johnston prqperty livery stable in the Williams KyAbout But timers Hill outside of city limits with a good two story house on it nil in good grass it is a fine dairy farm Also one lot on Holmes street containing about 7 acres formerly owned by Church Bros Also a fine two story brick dwell ing on Main street adjoining the property of W S Dehoney and formerly owned by Church Bros Sales will be made upon reason able time For particulars apply toIJOHN W KODMAN or DR j s COLLINS Feb 9tf ECZEAiA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY BB B Bottle Free to Sufferers lines your skin itch und burn Dls tressivig Eruptions on tho skin so you feel ashamed to be seen In company Do scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sure and Cracked Rash form hn the Hldt Prickling Puin in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Foiling Huh All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores ure1ByI111toUl whilhllJuleB B will cause the sorts to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advied to give H B B a trial For sale by druggists at 1 per large bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given CSTFor Sale by W McKee Hardie 48ly 2 EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS TRADE DESIGNS MARKS COPYRIGHTS rc sending a sketch and description quickly ascertain our opinion mayI Invention la probably dons strictly Handbook on sent free Oldest eecurlnupatcnta- Patenta taken through JIunn s Co recelv tpeclal notice without charge In tho Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest clt eolation of eclcntlOo journal Terms a your four months Boidbyalluowadealeni 3616roadway New Yer Branch P BU Washington D Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE I was just abut gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs N C I had consumr tfon so bad that the best doctors said could not live more than a mont but I begun to uso IIrI King New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivaled lifesaver In consumption pneumonia la grippe and bron chitis for coughs colds asthma hay fever croup or whoop ing cough Guaranteed bottles cents Trial bottles free at J W Gaylos drug store Dr Cadys Condition Iowaers are just what a horao needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put n horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For stile by J W Gayle and LeCom to Gayle Co ry TO GEClUREIMiss May will lecture before the Womans Club on Monday February 11th at 3 p 111Oiub injmbqrs free the general public at Cbb small puce of 25 cents The subject is Folklore All who had the pleasure of hearing Miss T vis last year will be glad to have aother opportunity of lIsten Ing t no of her delightful talks WIQL jQuestion Answered thelargestcivilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers never thoncht of oriand they seldom heard of apperi diiUis nervous unwtratiou or lieart tFloweIstop fermentation of undigested regulate te action of the liver stiinitulnii the nervous aria orunnic action theytankhtadaches and other aches You only need a few does of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the mutter with you Forfsale byS B Holmes YEAH9 EXPERIENCE wej GRDNWALD Professional Pinno and Organ TUner and Re 1days1J GEORGE H STEHLINIDec 22ly V DO YOU WANT To sell your real estate timber or coal stockof good Da j ou want to 1JUt or exchange for oily kind of property Write rao With tho ddrPMHDee 15ly For Sale T A first Ilass byclcle 59 iriddrrt1 Rumble ii offered for sale Apply at this office tffWANTED4wo ivllablo tlaYelin salesmen in each Steps permanent position salary and exnenfioj ex perience not absolutely essential Address Pitclmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 26mlq rwawu wwrowwr nYrmswn w9wrr H Good GUristraas Suggestion I one of the most useful I pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christmas gIft is the latest 1mplOVea jBearing Bissell sweeps IOyco 1 many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic litey and what a relief fioin the worrysomo old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfactiony R Rogers Sons dee 1ly r Eexiifglon Herald L WON THE CONTEST Jiss Francos E Hamilton rep uting the Althea Society ton the intersocioty declamatory Silintest hold in Morrison Chnpel lait night There wore six corn ettore fourof them being young men Miss Hamiltons subject Vas The Swing She received a handsome sold medal The judges were Judge J Watts Parker J N Elliott and T T Forman A large attendance j was present and there was not a vacant seat on the Jower floor 3VIany persons were in the balcony Vocal and instrumental music was Tendered by Misses F Belle Al tlrich Ray McOurvey Mary Lou Baker Kate Baker slid Carrie and Messrs Earl McGarvey Walker William H Fie LIGolf J A Shishmanion The lady students ore much de lighted to see one of her number carry off the honors in the first c public contest in which they have pnrtI speakers were Cecropia Circus scone from t Quo VudisV Tames T Lawson Meridian Miss Phi lot hen Reminiscuiicies j iMilo Atkinson Harrisonivlle Mo 0 PhjJeus bin Seleotion from Hiawatha John Shislmmnian I Constantinople Turkey Cornelia Serve Reil Miss Anna Woods Lexington KIAlethen The Swing Miss Frau aces E Hamilton Frankfort Ky Periclea The Generals Client Otis J Batighn Hanley Ky California evaporated peaches strictly fancy seven cents per pound at LangdonCreasey Cos 22 It PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURA TION CEREMONIES Via Queen Crescent Route wuyfortions on the Q C Tickets on sale March 1st 2d 3rd good re turning until March 9th Lower rites are made for parties of twentyfive or more of organized military companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any Q 0 ticket agent who will give you further information if desired or- t address W C RINEARSON G P A Cincinnati Ohio r fAlLIN JDoes this illustrate wor Ulrforare soon to be bald Then cease worry ing help is at hand You need that will put life Into the bulbsq You needa fa 0 d- such asy you- rexpcri enceAnd you for something new AJQ- TMai rvas It brings health to the hair and the falling ceases It always restores color to gray hair You need not look at thirty as if you were grayhairall the dark rich color of youthI109abattle Alt drttgjlete I am a barber by trade end have yourhairwill do everything that you claim for it mo most complete satisfaction in my buai ness HENRY J GEORGE March 22 Kansas City Mo MMfe thmOerto j If you do not obtain all the benefits from the use ot the itiLowell Mau- f H BENS N VALLEY Great activity in visiting jjin this locality this week Mr George Mitchell and family visited Mr Samuel R Hulett anti- family last Sunday Mr Ira Hulett rf Frankfort called on Miss Jennie Pence last Sunday afternoon Miss Sarah Sudduth of Lees town accompanied by Mrs Ida Hulett and little daughterEthel of Benson made a flying trip to Christiansburg last Saturday to visit their brother Mr Lee Sud duthWe do wonder if Honest Old Dan is going to serve out his stewardship without giving us a common dirt road on the north side of Benson out of the railroads way and dangerous route Some time since there were three charming young gents of this neighborhood who made up their minds to cal on their sweethearts who lived a short distance down the rondoOu approaching the house the boys commenced thinking how dreadful it would be to meet those beautiful young ladies at the door and the more they thought about the matter the more embarrassed they became until they finally grew faint hearted At last they halted in trout of the building to which they were going and held a con versation after which they postponed their visit until some rainy day Remember boys faint heart never won fair lady Miss Blanche Sudduth was the charming guest of Miss Sarah Sudduth last Saturday night You can buy fresh crackers and fresh ginger snaps for five cents per at LongdonCreasey Jo s22itDiedAt the residence of Mr Geo Mitchell on Thursday night January 81st Mr Harrison Sud duth He was 78 years old He was known by many people to be a good honest and generous gentleman He owned much property His re name were laid to rest in the burying ground near his home called the old Sudduth graveyard He leaves two brothers one sister and a number of friends to mourn his deatty Mr Irvine Hall accompanied by Miss Katie Spalding came home from the singing at Mr Jesse Conways last Sunday evening In rememberance of Mr Walter Sudduth who died Monday January 28th aged 25 years Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tis hard so hard to speak the words Must we forever part Dearest loved one ve have laid thee In the peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will be cherished Till we see thy lovely face We miss thee from our home dear We miss thee from thy place A shadow oer our life is cast We miss the sunshine of thy face We miss thy kind and willing hand Thy fond andhonestcare Our home is dark without thee We miss thee every where- As we see our Jove decay And the hopes so fondlycherished frighten but to pass away One by one our hopes grow brighter As we near the shining shore For we know across the river Vait the loved ones gone before Jesus while our hearts are bleeding Oer the spoils that death has won We would at this solemn meet ing- Calmly say Thy will be done Though cast down were not for saken Though afflicted not alone Thou didst give and Thou has taken Blessed Lord Thy will be one LILY OF THE VALLEY Those large rugs have arrived They are beauties Only 98 cents LangdonCreasey Cos 22lt Good vinegar ut n centsper- allon nt Langdo sey Go s 22 lt Ij 7 r uc eSi famou- SRoastedCoffee ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City N Y t The low price at which Arbuckles famous roastedcoffee can be sold is mader possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations soldat a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article r Full information with each package p Save the signatures WHY SMITHLEFT HOMEI = At the Capita Theatre Monday night h Why Smith Loft Home George H Broad hursts latest and moat successful farce will be presented with a cast of unusual strength There is an abundant chance for humor and complica tions in the various circumstances that induce Smiths departure from his domicile nndn hearty enjoyment and concurrence by his audience that he does so The influence of relatives upon the recently married couple offer a wide field of interesting study in this farce and furnish a of very merry lessons on llumburI ject of how those the ties of kinship with the lately wedded pair manage to disturb their connubial bliss Of course- a play that is good itself is all the bettor for being interpreted bn company whose capabilities en able them to utlizo its chances and such ig the case in this in stance Persons who can not take ordi nary pills find it a pleasure to take DeWitts Little Early Risers They are the best little liver pills over made South Longmoor nnd W McKee Har ieIt COUNTY FIRE The country borne of Mr S Price Johnson near the Old Crow Distillery was destroyed by fire on Thursday night Every thing in the house except ttyreo feather beds was destoryed Loss 8000 Insurance 1000 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat r LLL L LLALLLLL INCHESTFACTORY NcwRival IILeader and Repeater Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM IVHOSE FAULT The lawyers of the State have been complaining for some time about the delay in issuing the Kentucky Reports Mr G C Turner is the official Reporter o the decisions On Thursday last Chief Justice Pnynter issued a rule against Mr Turner to show cause why this is soIMr Turner lay is with the Contractor for the IIPublic Printing Mr Geo ter Mr Fetter olahns that the fault lies with Turner and says septemIbelume So the Mr Fetter at the same time Reports show n greatly increased death rato from and lung troubles due to the prevalence of croup pneumonia and grippo Wo advise the use Minute Cure in all of these difficulties It his the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Children like it South d Longmoor and W McKee Hardie rDEMOCRATIC PRIMARY The Democratic City Committee has called a primary election to be held for the choice of caudi datesf or city offices It will be held on Tuesday April Oth rpa R1 THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE r Via Southern Railway LeaveILouisville 745 am daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrive arrivef isonvillo 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p has through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jrpk eveningSouthern with the Queen Crescent Route is the only line with 24 hour schedule between Louisville and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jackson FloridaIsale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to RlaoaviaInformation 280 Fourth Avenue PassengerAgentW A TURK AgentWashington 0 WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky anitWAaeket Dan 11 eortd hone with PI 9 1ouS paiD Boot of U p ffV tEffiKsassasiu FREE91i JNIrvtY ur CIet4 Xortfc ryer M FOR SALEly The rosidencn of the late Dr RN r C Gnyle at Switzer Well imV and ill condition rile224t 8 FIND OUT MONDAY NIGHT InU Why Smith Left Home George H Broadhurst has written a farce that is undeniably funny This will be seen at the Capital Theatre Monday tight February 1LIn its dialogue it isa distinct step in advancoover any thing he has done The fun of the play is extracted almost entirelv 1irom the complications into lwhiou Simthand his wife are hurled shortly after their marriage by fthearrival of four of Mrs Smiths tives to make a visit Cases of mistaken identity ensue and for a time Mrs Smith is made to believe that her husband is not true to her Every thing comes out right in the end however and it is not until then that Smith really does leave home IWhy Smith Left Home was produced at the Strand Theatre London and ran for months and t was pronounced the hit of last season at the Madison Square Theatre New York where an en kg gagement of four months was played to the capacity of that house DANGER OF COLDS AND LA GRIPPE The greatest from colds their resulting im pneumoniaIf reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains vv Cough Remedy taken all danger p will be avoided Among the tons of thousands who have yet to learn of ft single case having resulted in concluftJvely grippetqAnent It is pleasant and safe to- take For sale by J W Gayle i BROUGHT HERE p0n Wednesday last the sheriff pf Scott county brought Caleb 441 Powers and Henry E Youtsey to f this city over the 1120 a m F G Railway Youtsey was taken fitothe pen and donned the stripes FrankJSaw vof the Court of Appeals Powers Py looks very well except he is thin fe ner than when he left here in July itApowerful engine can not be run with a weak boiler and we cantkeep up the strain of an active life with a weak stomach neither can we stop the human machine to make repairs If the stomach can gl not digest enough food to keep the astused It digests what you eat and simply cant help but do you good South ii Longihoor and W McKee ELKS MINSTRELS Every body in this city is on the qui vive in regard to the min Mtrel performance to be given tiy ftie jolly Elks atthe Capital Thea eon Friday February 15th P f The boys who are to perform f dare holding rehearsals every little while and they propose to give Ej an entertainment that will be an eDt l ainment sure enough It Will be brim full of life and fun from start to finish r The souvenir programs are r handsomely gotten up and will j soon be out from the press of the 7 Geo A Lewis Publishing House f The very best of our lucal musi feri oal talent both vocal and iustru mental will be in the perform lafice The object for which this enter worthyrrlj pub and we know there will be a large and appreciative audience f fcq greet it IIIHOW TO CURE THE GRIP 2 Remain quietly at home and take Chamberlain s Cough Remdy as dI- a quick recovery is sure H to follow That remedy counteracts tony tendency of the grip to result pneumonia which is only the thelrever recoverror t trr P hamFlatulency sourness bad taste loss of appetite a sense of weight or fullness after eating together with uneasiness impatience irritability of temper nervousness anxiety lost energy depression of spirits sick headache bad dreams and sleepless ness come from weak and debilitated nerves That kind of nerves have to be braced up strengthened invigorated and helped if you ts ald have a sound stomach a keen appetite and a cheerful mind Dr Mites NervI1eBrings back appetite stimulates digestion to the tired brain ful to the nerve and tones up the whole system by all druggists oa a guarantee Dr Medical Co Hftaft Indu FRANKFORT CEMETERY RE PORT Frankfort Ky Jan 1901 To the Lot Owners of the Frank fort Cemetery Amountof indebtedness 000 To cash on hand v 797091 To amount invested 702846 1500537 Eightyfive acres of ground more or Jess in tfhe grounds Attest S C BULLSecretary E L SAMUEL President- PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION WASHINGTON D 0 MARCH 4190L Louisville Ky February 1 1901 To Coupon Ticket Agents L N R R On this account you may sell roundtrip to Washington D Ct atone fare on March 1st 2d and 3d and make final limit March 9th Use ironclad contin uous passage forms and mark U SpecialFor organized military Companies and Brass Bands in uniform accompanying them twentyfive 25 or more on one ticket rate of one cent per mile in each direction plus arbitraries may bo made Agents at Louisville ton Winchester and stations on St Louis Division will please note that rates for Military nies and Brass Bands applyonly for fifty 50 or more traveling- on one ticket from their stations Following are rates for Military Companies from special stations and others will be furnished upon 1325 Lexington 1155 Nashville 1570 Mem phis 18 90 Birmingham 1555 Montgomery 16 45 Pensacola 1970 Mobile 2005 New Or leans 2250 C STONE General Passenger Agent LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CURED In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe attack of what Is called la grippes ys F L Hewitt a prominet drug- gIst of Wlnflold III The only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like magic and have- ever since been troubled with la CoughRemedyupon to break up a cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneu monia It is pleasant to take too which makes it the most desirable and one of the most popular prepar ations in use for ailments For sale by J W Gayle HOWARD BROUGHT HERE Mr James Howard under life sentence for the murder of Wm Gpebel was brought to the jail of this county on Wednesday last by Sheriff Suter Howard was lookirig very well and seems to have gained flesh since incarcer ated in the Louisville jail- HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE A cottage of six rooms with gas and water on premises located at 581 Campbell street Also nice gas stove hat ruck sideboard couch and other household articles Apply to- MBS M A SQpFIELD 214t y It was headache all the time food did not digest could sleep but little became despondent and tired almost of life One night before going to bed I took a dose of of Dr Miles Nervine I slept soundly and in the morning felt rested and refreshed From that time on I never had a head ache Six bottles cured rayv stomach trouble completely and made mea well and happy man J B BYRONY Whatcom Wash r gives refreshing sleep health vitality centers Sold Mlle tickets Lexing alIIclassesdigested by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which absolutely what you eat As it is the only combination of all the natural ever devised the demand for it has become enormous It has never failed to cure the worst cases of indigestion and it gives instant relief South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie NOTICE T have rented out my place on Fourth Ave to Judge ORear my family will go to New Ybrk but I am not going I may be found at my office rooms in the Hume building day or night I have both Phones and they are No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel EE HUME 173m Y00 Should Use MILES J E M FLOUR FIRST the best FLOURin the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory ani home labor is prodThe J E M 1i11ill- go J N MILES Sec NOTICE To Companies Policy Holders in Old Line IBeware of the pious insurance agent wants to do you the favor of switching you from your company to his The proposition means 50 per cent gain for this kind agent and lOa per cent loss to the insured 228t H 0 WILSON There is danger in using- counterfeits of DeVittB Witch Hazel Salve The original is a safe and certain cure for piles It is a soothing and salve for sores an skin diseases South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie Uneeda biscuit four cents per package at LangdonOreasey Go s 22Itf EXIyCITON EASTERN RV LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST HOUND 4MILEEx Buny PM AY 0 Lv Lexington 0F8000 aiontrose F2 810d420 Wincheeter- 810 S80 Mistletoe F8 8 21II L E Junction 3 22 8 00II Indian FieldP888 F900 f Clay City 8 68 9 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