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THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT f GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance J iYOLI XXIVIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1901 NO1 23 Miss Mabel Montgomery as The Widow in Hoyts Irip to Chinatownt Monday February 18 I THE GUARANTEED SUCCESS 1JNext Monday evening nt the Capital Theatre will bo given a gala event the occasion being the appearance of Harry Gil foil Mable Montgomery Fleurette Pearl Hamlin Emily Gardner Clayton Kennedy Vill Philbriok and fifteen other clever comedians in the superb production of Chas BENSON VALLEY Weather fair for the farmers Mr Jim Pence will soon move to the farm owned by iris father Mr James Pence near Benson The farm is now occupied by Mr Jesse Smith Miss Carrie Sudduth the beau tiful young daughter of Mr J H Sudduth of Leestown is visiting at this week The singing at Mr Sam Huletts last Sunday night was quite a success There was a largo num 11 ber of persons present and the V singing was melodious Mr Lee Sudduuthof Christians burg visited his parents Mr Syl Sudduth and wife of Benson last t Saturdpy and Sunday Last Thursday was St Valentines day Trust there was no communityIthere was an expected dance to be given out on the St Johns pike So two nice young of this noighborhood wore present They passed through Mr Syl Sudduth place leaving a blue track behind them and the fences lit I Hoyts most popular comedy su cess A Trip to Chinatown pro sented in a most sumptuous manner with everything in the way of scenery8tage accessories music dances specialties and costuming new and fully up to data Of all the many comedies that have been presented hero under the name of Hoyt thero is none that has so strong nhold upon theatregoers as A Trip to Chi laying Hat on the grthind and the gates thrown wide open Now we think this an outrageous kind of business and must be stopped It took Mr Sudduth the whole of the lay following to repair fencing and put up gates that these smart alecks had destroyed the night be fore Boys do you think it a gentlemanly act Wo think it very cowardly act You know you would not venture to do the like in daylight It goes to prove what you are and what you will do in the dark Now this is not the first time Mr Sudduth has had his fence thrown down by this same party but it must be the last time If a man cant protect his own property I guess the law will protect it for him And the next time this thing occurs somebody will have it to pay for Now wo know you boys Wo have your names find if you think we dont mean just what wo Btiy try it again and you will find out to your sorrow Remember it lots not boon long since ono pf you non were fined 25 for miscon duct at the church Now wo think the best thing for you to do engogeIand that it will be accorded a royal welcome goes without say lug The sale of seats now in progress indicates that the standing room only sign on the night of his engagement will be brought into use would be to always shut the gates when you pass through and you yourIMr Albert Blanton is suffering very much from the effects of Valentines He receivedno loss than one dozen very comical ones We hope it is not an epidemic disease and that he will soon roIcoverMrs Lucia and Miss Sarah duth called on Mrs Hallie Sharp and Miss Ella Smoot last Tuesday afternoon Will some one be kind enough to inform us as to the whereabouts of Mr Willie Phythian Ho has not been seen for some time An one wishing tin up todato hnhout and floe shave please apply to Mr Harry Phillips the city barber W want to correct tho mistake that was made in last weeks let ter Ih was not Sudduth but Sut ties tho poetry was in memory of HeviHumphroy M Polsgrovo Oille Church Sunday at 8 oclock t LILY OF THE VALLEY i IIII4Y W lY W e2I Eclipsed I tPb All sales held heretofore in Frankfort have been totally eclipsed by our sale of the 1Tudson bargainse 4 60cllh They sold for 100 and 150 VP 69c g 647 h 150glJ jijancyChoice of all remaining Oxford Mufflers tThey sold at 100 and 160 LAny 1000 Suit in the Hudson tfIStock at this price J1h At this price you may have pick of any 250 Childs Suit in the house ij 3 to 16T jJiAges iI s 4fie A new shipment of Spring Styles of Ladies iIdeal Kid Shoes week Lace and j Button fJ Ptdee 3 50 sJI 8s- RI i e p if KN McClure Son t ti I 212214 ST CLAIR STREET rf i i 1iJt N m b- iW7f 7lI PW JiL t J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELI jIStaple and i tJ Fancy iroceries ifI Ie t7i I OhrnaandGlasswareFine J V f Whiskies ir 1l1 jj i 7 iWe ask our city and country friends to call f sat 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods t 1 I 1 h JMSaffellSon I Vrit r r wIft rs44sry 1 rVt rt1N iib4tiw l 4aa uJt4lll P i T- Our i tIt OPEN f Tew Store is Now Open for Business with Seasonable Goods iDry Goods Carpets 4E1ttitlgs Come and See us j w S FARJVJERCorner Main and Lewis Streets Frankfort KyI i PERSONALS rv Mr Hugh R Ayres of Louisville was hero on Saturday IMr Geo F Berry and wife have one to New York City to visit FriendsMrs H F Given of Lexington FrlIdayvisiting friends In Louisville has returned home Miss Bettie McKee of Woodford county was the guest of Miss Mar garet A Lewis week Mr Frank McKee of Woodford 7 was the guest of Dr R P Buckmaster on Tuesday Mr Win T Buhyan of Norborre Mo accompanied the remains of y his mother Mrs Mary Trayne Run yan to this city for burial Misses Anne Je and Katherine Graves of Woodford county who have been guests of Mrs J P Hobson have returned home Mr Robert Boyd Robertson wife and son of Shelbyville have come to this clt to reside and have taken ro01118with her sister Mrs J Gray McLean 1Mr Ed F Suter of Louisville was called here by tin illness of his motherreturned home on Saturday IrvineJT West and wife South Side Col w G Simpson is at Hunt ington W Va on a visit i Dr J W was called to In i Lft Mrs H W Alexander of Lexing ti40n was the guest of her parents W J Hughes and wife this week Miss Anna Lillard of Lawrence ln was the guest of Mrs W S Partner Second street this week Col Geo G Fetter of Louisville r I Was hero on Monday last Miss May me ener Crutcher who has been visiting her brother f Mr A H Crutcher in Los Angeles Cal for some six months hats and is now with her lather Judge J N Crutcher on the West Side Mrs C JXBerry and granddaugh ter MisBEleandr Cannon will- leavEMondilyfor New Orleans and Florida Miss Irnia Labrot is visiting friends in Lexington this week J Mr Sam D Johnson and wife are visiting Mr Sylvester Labrot and wife at Gautier Miss Miss Katie Gibbons has returned i to the Conservatory of Music in CincinnatiMrs Hatchitt of Newtown was the guest of her mother Mrs R P Pepper this week Mr Ed Farmer of Louisville was the guest of his cousin Mr trY S Furmer on Sunday Mrs Jas A Tott has returned from a visit td friends in Louis ville Miss Anita Berry of LaGrange is the guest of Mrs Frank Barret South Side t fclrs J C W Beokham is visiting lierjparents in Owensboro Mrs Simtb who has been the MrsL4J C W Beckham has returned to I her home in Owensboro l Miss Julia Hardy wlo has been visiting Mrs John Goodman in LbulRvillo has returned to her home on the West Side vv Mr Thomas Rodman jr of chiI Ills visited his this city this week Mr Jas H Polsgrovo was in Louisville this week i Mr Geo A Lewis of this office attended the funeral of his cousin Miss Mattie R Knott In Louis ville Tuesday Rev E E Bowmar of Rich omnd Va was the guest of Rev M B Adams this week Mr Jas F Ccoc of Harrodsbi rg tlmddruggist Thursday CarlisleMrs H S Keller has returned homeMr Lem Temple and Mr Lou s Atwood of Louisville attendeu the burial of Miss Mattie R Knott on Wednesday Rev J Kinsey Smith D D of Louisville attended the burial of Miss Mattio R Knott on Wednes dayMr Jas A Hodges wife and daughter Miss Bessie and Miss Lizzie B Hodges of Louisville at tended the funeral of their cousin Miss Mattie R Knott on Wednes day Miss Harriett B Todd of Louis ville attended the burial of her cousin Miss Mattie R Knott on WednesdayMr A Lewis has returned form Huron Ind and will remain here for several days Miss Victoria Major of Alton is visiting Miss Jennie Lee todayforMrs Ann Mary Knott Mr Richard W Knott wife daughter and son Mr Stuart R Knott Mr John R Knott and Mr Eugene Q Knott and Master Louis A Knott of Louisville came here on Wed nesday ith the remains of Miss Mattie R Knott Reports show a greatly increased death rate from throat and lung troubles due to the prevalence of croup pneumonia and grippe We CoughCureis the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Children like it South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie A CHARITY BENEFIT True charity which has as its aim a worthy object andwhere titHe is no gratification of self ish ambition is always com mendable and truly beautiful Never more so than when it relieves or comforts suffering companion Many people in this city ure aware that for a number of years pupils of the public schools have in various ways contributed to supply va rious necessities and comforts to a crippled boy formerly attend ant with them in school He has always accepted gratefully their efforts in his behalf They have always cheerfully contrib uted each one as he was able andwith that instructive love and pity which one so often sees blended iu the brightness and carelessness of youth For some time the boy has been con fined to his home and depend ent to a large extent upon out side aid Another appeal to the generosity of the children was to be made soon Learning this the senior class who contemplated a private entertainment for their friends upon the anni versary of the greatest of A mer ican poets Longfellow deter mined to make public their ex ercises with the aidof a large number of High School pupils and this to be a benefit for this truly deserving charity The character of this entertainment though varied is drawn entirely from the works of LongfellowPart theII Masque of Pandora an imitation of the r Greek Drams so lately revived in Eastern Colleges Part two is to be a series of tableaux interspersed with instrumental music FebruarythecomAS within the Lenten season this benefit will be given on the 16th tomorrow evening at the Capital Theatre Although thus hastened and though all work is done entirely outside of school hours the performance promises to be creditable Only a small admission will be charged On and after Thurs day tickets may be reserved at admisIsian20c gallery lOcoIt is hoped there will be a good attendance to further this kindly action FREQUENT COUGHING Inflames the lungs Foleys Honey and Tar stops the coughing and coughIthoykeeping off the phlegm South Long moor and W McKet Hardie STREET SUNK Owing to the breaking of the watermain at the corner of Main and St Clair streets on Wednesday night a big hole was made under the brick street before the water could be turned off The surplus water was carried off by the big sewer and workmen were at once put to repairing the street LETTER LIST Below will bo found the list of advertised letters for the week end ing February 10 1901 Bain Col G Calllery Miss MaggiecChapline Mrs Coleman Leo Coleman Hon Oscar Cunningham J E Deane Mrs Lucinda Delaney Miss Catherine Dennis Everet Dorton Brack Gvrafalo Calmene Hines A JIHopkins Mrs Perry Janson Mrs L B Johnson Mrs M E King Both Kuhns BQIIJ F Lay A J Major Willie HenryMoore Peppers Thomas Pryor Miss HattiewRobinson Mary Ellen Smoot Alma- Struiger Short Gant The German Consul Turner Miss Jennio WilliammWhen calling for these letters please say advertised S B HOLMES Postmaster MARDI GRAS Tickets on sale at all ticket offices of the Queen Crescent tripFebruaryturn till March 7th Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Chattanooga to Mobile Finest trains in the South are run via the Q 0 Write any of the Q C ticket agents for information or address W J MURPHY hiauagerwGeneral Passenger Cincinnati Ohio a TaE sEsrGRD OERIES AND LIQUORS I LOWEST PRICESA- T1 JOH- TBRTSCOLLSN o SALE EOC1H LONGMOOR LECOMPTE 8 GAYLE CO GUY BARRETT HOWARD NOONAN W MoKEE HARDIE G 8ALENDEB 192m D L KENNEDY NorthWestern Limited Electric = Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and Minneapolis = dayDayligbtNight Express 1015 p m daily bIDuluth and St Paul Fast Mail 10 pm Daily 0 All Agents Sell Tickets Via CHICAO NORTHWESTERN RY j t The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskeru G P T As Chicago r f LsCompte Gayle Co DRUGGISTS South Side Frankfort Kyrr OUR NEW NOVELTY JAPANESE GOLD FISH IN MINIATURE AQUARIUMS ALL SIZES ALL PRICESi Just the Thing to Please EverybQdy a 1 A 11 jI i CLEARANCE SALE OFCLOAS SUITS AND SKIRTS 7 500 Jackets now 250 600 Jackets now 300 750 Jackets now 398 1000 Jackets now 598 i 200 Jackets riowv f 698 1600 Jackets now5 = 898 2000 Jackets now 1260 f 2500 Jackets now 1600 FAY STOCKINGS For Ladies and Children Up to stay Try them and you will always buy them No garters no supporters needed A Ls o dOBNSON CO 3ii1 Maa E3t DEATHS RUNYAN At the home of her Norary 12 Mrs Mary Tray he nun yau aged 84 years The sad news came hero on Wed r nesday that this venerable and beloved mother in Israel had passed to the better land For more than 30 years she had pre- sided1 over the famous Greenwood Female Seminary of this city and the graduates from it upon whom the impress of the noble i life of this godly woman was indellibly placed are scattered all through this section of Kentucky Until the death of her husband Mrs Runyan resided here but afterwards returned to the home of her girlhood at New London N H where her only sister lived and remained there until the deathof that sister About a month ago she went to Norborne 0Mo to tha home of her son and met the great destroyer After a life of consecrated ser vice she has passed to her re- wardI full of honors and of love Jfheremains were brought here and interred in the fam ily lot in our cemetery ZOOKIn Louisville on Mon day February 11 Mr William yearsHe time i swith Brights disease which caused his death He was an old resident of Fran- kWoman I A Society Undergoes a greater strain than is gen erally and every woman is a society woman in her own circle The debts of society are many and must be paid or will come social bankruptcy audit is in the punctual payment of social debts re gardless of health or feelings that women often lay fortlate hours 4TheJ rich foods r common to soci ety gatherings soon or late de range the stom ach the liver becomes tIlUvolVed and the utter or is no medicine for the cure of diseases of the stomach andorgans of digestion and nutri tion which can 4 equal Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It heals the stomach purifies and enriches the blood Cleanses the clog ged liver nour ishes the nerves and gives face and form the radiant beautyof health Golden contains no alcohol and is absolutely free from opium cocaine and other narcotics CollingsworthMcom plaint and received more benefit from the use of Dr Piercea Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets than any I have ever tried Dr Pierces Pellets cure constipation P 1200 Suits now 698 1500 Suits now 898 1800 Suits now 1098 2000 Suits now 1298 2500 Suits now 1698 3000 Suits now 1898 4000 Suits now f 2500 5000 Suits now 3298 Underwear at greatly reduced prices I fort but has resided in Louisville for the past nine years He leaves two children a son and a daughter together with five sisters- Mrs Mary R Collison Mrs John Pierce Mrs Dave Miller Mrs Louis Oliver and Mrs Allen Reeves and one brother Mr James Zook to mourn his un ibmoly death with a large circle of friends His remains were brought to this city by his sister Mrs Col lison of Louisville and the funeral was conducted Wednes day afternoon at three oclock by Rev Mr Savage of the Methodist Church of which he was a mem ber and he was laid to rest tho side of his beloved byI Mr and Mrs Jack Zook have passed on before him HUGHES In this county at the home of Mr John Hallack Mr George Hughes aged 24 years He was a fine young man be loved by all who knew him He had only been married about a year apd a hdlf He was ready to go when the summons came and told his loved ones not to grieve after him that he was not afraid that he had placed himself in the LordI wife mother to mourn his death CISeventeen pounds of standard granulated sugar for 1 at Langdol UreiiHoy Cos MATRIMONIAL 23ltI RICHARDSLEROY A the residence of Rev Goo Darsie 104 ebruIaryards of Cleveland Ohio and Miss Margaret Leroy of Hills boro Ohio DEA KINSDA VISAt the idence of the officiating ministerI Rev Geo Darsie 104 Main streetIIon Thursday February 7 Mr John Deakins of and Miss Mary T Davis of Peaks Mill Ky- COUNTED AND DECLARED The Senate and House of Repre sentatives of Congress in joint assembly counted the votes of the several States as cast at the November election and declared Wm MoKinley of Ohio elected President and Theodore Roose velt of New York VicePresident for the term of four years from March 4th next Thus after nearly four months the voice ofI the people as recorded at the polls is officially announced Fatal delays are caused exper imenting with cough and cold cures and Tar will prevent w cold from resulting in pneumonia South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardle I f IMADE A GOOD SALE r IMr W G Florian who live lim V ood place near Wocdlake offtobuccoMidway for 7 cents round This is a firstclass price and saves warehouse fees in Louisville If any one beats Mr Florian they will have to arise in the morning and keep at itINew lot of beautiful In design and finish a treat bargain at 98 cents at Lung lonCreasey Cos 23lt HANDSOME WORK The souvenir program for the Elks Concert of last night is one of the handsomest pieces of work LewisIthe designers and executors in every way It is but a fair sample of what this first class house can do They execute work promptly on as reasonable terms as any laud in the State IWORKING OVERTIME are ignored by workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are aft work night and clay curing indigestion biliousness con stipation sick headache and all stomach liver and bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 26 cents at J W Gayles WELL PLEASED Vell pleased patrons is the record of the Home Steam Laun dry That is the nicest work I have had for many days is the cheering word my driver hears Let me please you too 20tf E P Denton BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 9 a in from St Louis for Kansas City and entire Northwest to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from Chicago and PeorlaTho BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains daily from St Louis or Chicago For St Paul and dallyiMinneapolisToeph two trains daily from St Louis or Chicago California excursions in through tourist sleepers personally con ducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday eveningalso Chicago Monday evening the route is via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City The best line the best equipped trains in the West Write for matter descriptive of any contemplated Journey through the West W M SHAW D P A 406 Vine St- Cincinnati O L W WAKELEY Gen Puss StJouis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT ManagerISugar corn string beaus choice each five cents per can at LangdoriOreasey COB 211 ie it IIM 275 Skirt now 198 n 498 Skirt now 398 r 600 Skirt now 3 9 800 Skirt now 498 r 900 Skirt now 598 rI + 1000 Skirt now 675 1200 Skirt now 7gyr 4 1500 Skirt now 898 Dress Goods One lot Black and Color ed Woolen Dress Goods at just half the origi4n- al price Yl r i every s P1aItaKe j Laxative SyrupiNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION I Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about m normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestinesiLYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf CLOSING OUT SALE IT NOAHS ABA ti 1t And let us supply your wants in Tin China Glassware i Toys c1 From an entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of i i BEST QUALITY L 339 Ann Street Next Door to Gaylesl f Drug Store4r TTftUtatort RouliLlab out Entered at the postolllco at Frankfort Ken t Lucky as secondclass mallnble matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 16 1901 THE PERIL OF IDLENESS IThe Peril of Idleness was tho a theme of Rev 11 B Adams sixth sermon in the series he is preaching as to The Perils of the City He handled the sub HeFsportsU the dead game sport t the society sport et id om- ngenuswho exist but to prey upon the substance of those who earn their living by hard work and yet are too weak to withstand the temptations of the city In passing he took a whack at the society woman and showed how little she knew or cared as toi the solemn duties of life and motherhood He said he had nothing but the tenderest sympathy for that man who was in enforced idleness because of inability to get work but at the same time he Held the loafer and idler by choice in the profoundest contempt as being unworthy to live in decent society and not fitted for death and the judgment He declared that u there was something radically wrong in that social system where Imillions can be rapidly piled up and millionaires while honest labor is deprived of its opportunity to earn an honest Y living by honest work He warned young men and I women of the pitfalls and dangers that encompass the paths of th- efideliberate idler and loafer And up his discourse by a beaui tiful quotation from rennysonIe r based upon the t Ten Virgins the concluding g I Thai H OijJil i Hangs II II I all I remellIit is too deep L jIfit more I produce la grippej1 pneumonia or I ous throat affection j I You need something I j that will give you j I strengthand buildup ii the body J I SCOTTS I f EMULSION j r I jII about it It nourishes T = i strengthens builds up and 1 i makes the body strong and j 5 healthy not only to throw I j off this hard cough but to = fortify the fytem against = I further attacks If you are f run down or emaciated you j should certainly take this I nourishing food medicine I ifottuii sentence being Too late yo can not enter now and a stirring np peal for all present to consecrate themselves by Gods grace to the service of the Master doclnr ing that there could bo no idler among true Christians There was a very large audience present who listened with pro toned attention The preacher announced for his subject next Sunday night Thus Shalt Not Kill or the theme of murder and earnestly invited every rose and boy in the city who carries a gun to be present at time but to leave the gun a homeA ErCLOSE CALL nlthonghIevery nerve CIof Burlington Iowa I was weak pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric and after taking it I felt as well as I ever did in my UfejWeak sickly run down ways gain new life strength and vigor front their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by J W Gayle Price 50 cents BEAUTIFUL LIFE BEAUTI FULLY ENDED The sad news came to this city on Monday night that Miss Martha Roberts Knott eldest daughter of the late Mr Richard Knott had died at the home of herI mother in Louisville at 680 In of pneumonia She was the sister of Mr R W Knott editor Evening Post of Mr Stuart R Knott President of the Kansas City Southern Railroad of Kan sas City Mo of Mr Win T Knott of New York City and Mr Eugene Knott of Louisivllo Hers was one of the purest most unselfish and ideal lives it has over been our privilege to come in contact with It had been a busy one filled to the ran with thoughtful kindness and love for others regardless of her own comfort and ease Early in life she consecrated her heart to the service of theI Master uniting with the Presbyterian Church and became a liv ing exemplification of the power of the religion of the Blessed Saivor to control and govern the labors of her hands Highly cultivated she delighted in the beauties of nature and art assisting in bringing out their refining and elevating influences in the home and the social circle Timid modest and retiring she was content with results accom exploitingII Irmemory will linger lung in usIimpoverished by her departure and the heavenly choir has gained a sweeter note of praise Knowing her as we did we admired and loved her for the many graces of mind pereon and heart that adorned her life Sadly we lay this tribute of affection upon her new made grave The funeral services took place in Louisville and the remains were brought here on Wednesday morning and placed in the family lot in our cemetery BUSINESS MENS CLUB The business men of this city met at the courthouse on Tues day night After considerable discussion it was resolved to organize a Business Mens Club nndI the following officers were eJectedI President Dr E E Hume Corresponding Secretary Wm Crom well Recording SocretaryJohn- H Cassell Treasurer J Buford Hon drick Members were on rolled to the number of 05 and the meeting adjourned until Thursday night t FOleysHoneyIt the best in the world save Chas Bender a newsdealer of Erie Pa Nothing else as good South Longmoor und W McKee Hurdle HONORS WORTHILY BE STOWED On Monday last President Mc Kiniey appointed Gen Jas H Wilson of Delaware and Gen Fitz Hugh Lee of Virginia who are now serving as Birgadier Gen erals in the Volunteers as Birg adiers in the Regular Army This wise action meets the hearty peopletman having been Major Generals in the civil war the first in the Federal and the last in the Confed erate Army FROST BITES AND CHILBLAINS Quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing remedy in the world South Longmoor and W McKee Hurdle STATE CONVENTION Y M C A OF KENTUCKY Louisville Ky February 21 to 24th IDOL at Queen Crescent ticket offices in Ken tucky at one and onethird fare for the round trip on the certifi cote plan for this Convention Write or call on Q C ticket agents for further information W C RINEARSON G P A Cincinnati Ohio Persons who can not take ordi narv pills find it u pleasure to take DeWitts Little Early Risers They are the best littlo liver pills ever made South dc Longmoor and W McKee Hardie GOOD PLACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEY FOR SALESTOCKS AND BONDS 21 shores of Frankfort Water Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Temple stockl15 Masonic Temple Bonds lOB 610 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks 4 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Cos 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 10 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Oos 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 65 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 80 shares Capital Gas Electric Light s REAL ESTATE 1 storeroom on Main street Frankfort 2 storerooms in the Williams Block South Frnnkfort Ky 300 feet of lots fronting on Shelby street South Frankfort Ky known as the J Stoddard Johnston property livery stable in the Williams Block South Frankfort Ky About 42 acres of land on But timers Hill outside of city limits with a good two story house on it all in good grass it is a fine dairy farm Also one lot ou Holmes street containing about 7 acres formerly owned by Church Bros Also a fine two story brick dwelling 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 to JOHN W RODMAN or DR J S COLLINS Feb 9tf KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificiallydigests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand all other results Imperfect digestion contains 2H tlme smallslzeBookaHaboutdyspepslanmlledfreePrepared SOUTH LONGMOOR W McKEE HARDIE It f SIEt OYBr Carle OCDTAYLog WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN POND Ins REST All WHISKEYS IS THECORKTilE Y GUARANTEED AS THE CONJ OF THE REALM OUTAYLORRESENT IS IS ADIS1 PORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR t SONS DISTILLERS INCORPORATED FRANKFORT KY FOR BARGAINS IN i GroceriesIBacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TOW J SOOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring Mills IFlouroats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 2h REDUCED RATES On account of the spring meet ing of the New York Merchants Association the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets from Lexington atone and onethird fare on the certificate plan good oju February 13th to the 17th inclusive and March 1st to the 4th inclusive and good to return thirty days from date of saleTickets will be good to stopover at Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia If you have not yet registered with the Secretary of the New York Association better do so at once The C 0 Route is the only line from LAx ingtan and Central Kentucky with through sleepers and dining service without charge Any information desired che cnrI fully given or sleeper space served on receipt of advice GEOW BARNEY Div Pass Agent- Lexington Ky Dr Wallace has opened n Pri vnte Hospital at Frankfort Ky for the treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations such treatlment as they have not the or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 10tf When YOU want a physic that is mild ana gentle easy to take awl In effect use Chamberlain s Stomach und Liver Tablets Price 25 cents free Every box guaranteed For sale by J W Gayle the druggist will re not slStomnchache Price 25 cents Samples free HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE A cottage of six rooms with gas1 Lain water on premises located gites and other Ap ply to MRS M A SCOFIELD 214t II Tile SEE hl t Iris ANTEEL SEE I LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF PINE BEERS Whinb Ouality and Flavor Are IEQUALlCALL FOR IT TILE PRODUCT I 0 FAtKentuckyIndustry I t ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Sept 2ly 8no Limitations upon Residence Travel and Oc pation Payablein8oldPaid4Ip Insurance Ualues seE in Important features OF- Union mwtKaI PoliciesI FEINSURANCEI Grace in- Premium Payments gasft Unities IILoan UalHes Extension of Insurance by terms of the J Maine nonTorfeittire taw R IsS i w plainlytoldexist as to tofes for maunder 5 standing but everything is explicitly it set forth in vneauivocal AFTER Three Years UNION MUTUAL do not become void by Failure totPay Premiums the MAINE NONFORFEITURE LAW without Action of the POllOYlOlderjcontlnu ug the insurance for a F O t Manager for KentuokylN W Cor 4thand 4 Jefferson Ky JOHN R TODDkfceniI f i Does it Pay lo Buy Cheap t A cheap remedy for coughs and colds right but you wont something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible ii not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in coun tries with succeaq in severe throat and lung troubles Boschces German syrup It not only heals and stun ulates the tissues to destroy the Ilerm- disease but allays Inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the 7 Try one bottle Recommended many years by nil druggists in the world For sale by S B Holmes 4ly t d of UNUSUAL SIGHT On Tuesday morning the un iisual sight of wagon load of movers went up Main street with a stove in full blast and the pipe extending through the top The wagon was rt fine large one with four horses hitched to it and seemed to be well fixed in every way A saddle horse was led by the side of the wagon- PNEUMONIA VENTED CAN BEPRE This disease always results from st cold or nn attack of the grip and may be prevented by the timely use RemedyThatduring the epldpmlcs of la grippe of past few years and not a has been that didcase reported 1 recover or that resulted in pneu notI nta which Shows It to a certain preventive of that dangerous disease Chamberlains Cough Rem reputatlonlrrlp For sale by J W Gayle SHES A BIRD The wife of a Methodist minis ter in an Iowa town has been married three times Her maiden name was Partridge her first hus band was named Robin the see end Sparorw and the present one II r Quayles There are two Robbins one Sparorw and three little Quayles and the family live on Jay street One might almost be forgiven for suggesting that the lady was a bird You can bet your last dollar she is a bird if she can run that brood without having a hpwl ing time of it 4A MISUNDERSTANDING h Misunderstood symptoms of diseases lend doctors to treat some thing else when the kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring health when other medicines have failed Take no substitute South Longmoor nnd W MoKoo Hardo BEAUTIFUL STORE The recently opened store of Mr W S Farmer corner of Main and Lewis streets is one of the fhandsomest in our oity ornamented The steel with embossed vines flowers and figures and the whole inner fix tures are such as to reflect great credit upon the taste and discre tion of its hustling proprieto- rIt is crowded with a beautiful and uptodate stock of spring and summer goods carpets rugs and By referenceto hisind in Ianother place our patrons will know where to go for firstclass ffgoods TO STOP A COLD f After exposure or when you feel n cold coming on take a dose of Foley Honey Tar It never fails to stop a if taken in time Take nothing else South Long ihnooL and W MoKeo Hardie JURY HUNG The jury in the famous barber Weaver case at Georgetown hung fast and tight on Friday and were L t dismissed They stood six and r six What little testimony it r takes to convict in some cases by ft Scott county jury and what a terrible lot in others Moral Always be sure who is on that jury f Wuking Willow Furniture and i Wicker Chairs J WItktr ckiln soon become tailed bet they tra kt Beamed to look like new with JjifGold Dust Wasfcfog Powder w4 warm water Vie crubblaf braibj when vtfer becomes ttui least tolled get fresh follow drylqulcklth nuLlS loato r9THI K r Ndp fit Louis New Yrlr bdon- Jno T EdgeSeoretttr29TH DISTRIBUTION LEXINGTON INVESTMENT CO JANUARY 26 1901 COUPON FUND 553180 PAID OUT 552800 Coupons Cancelled by J A Edge W P Parrish OUR GROWTH Amounts Paid Certificate Holders to September 18U8 681 80 October 1898 1669 44 November 1891 5024 11 December 1898 7811 68 January 1899 8955 86 February 1899 11768 74 March 1699 14788 19 April 1899 17610 79 May 1899 20042 88 Juno 1899 24282 79 July 26614 89 August 1899 80831 16 September 1899 83Gia 90 November 1900 115661 85 January 1901 126417 70 JANUARY SPECIAL REDEMPTION Total 5397 inc 54008 86 80 6814 inc 6820 61 65 5825 Ino 6870 275 00 6026 Inc 6070 231 25 6878 Inc 6920 850 60 6927 Inc 6970 183 60 6977 inc 6Q20 19360 5075 Inc 6105 212 80 6805 inc 860 144 00 865 inc 870 67 80 ASHLAND 26 Inc 30 11925 81 Ino 119 25 86 inc 1011025141i-no 48 71 65 VERSAILLESI Corda Whitesides 00 60 Will Todd 80 128 Eliza Cassell 40 Of Mary Cassell 25 40 2089i OptSLaura B Miller 25 40 20 83 911JAmanda Wilson Charity Owsley 25 40 L Mary Jane Durham 25 40 25 40 40jGeorge25 401 OMahalaHorace Rico Ellen Meadows 20 82 20 s 83 56JimmieElsie Hooker Durham 20 33 821PatsYLouisa Meadows Phoebe Rum 85 66 82Lucy85 61 Martha Moore Hannah Rice 85 66 Laura Graham r 80 50 S and 0 Graham 85 66 Vlna McGill 85 66 Harrison Shelby 20 83 Leslie Duncan 80 60 Elsie Run 20 83 Eliza Barbeo 20 82 Willie Welsh 20 32 Alice Cowan 25 40 Cowan I 25 40 Mary Hannah 25 40 Susan Ann Dunn 25 40 Mahala Christopher 25 40 Cornelia Donneghy 25 40 Mary Logan 25 40 Jane Cowan 25 40 Mary T Nelson 25 40 Fannie Camper 25 40 Mahala Christopher 25 40 Nandie Helm 25 JO Mrs N Mitchell 25 40 James H Bailey 25 40 Salllo Anderson 25 4- 0IJumesAuderson25 40 40 JennleFry 25 40 25 40 yfBURIED ON The funeral of Judge W GI Bullitt took place on Saturday morning at 11 oclock from the family residence on Wapping street It was laregly attended Rev R L McOroady of the Epis copal Church conducted the ser vices after which the remains were interred in the cemetery here Millions of people are familiar with DeWitts Little Earl RisersI and those who use them find them to be famous little liver pills Never gripe South Longmoor and W McKeo Hardie Housework is haul work without GoldDust 221NovemberDecember 1899 45851 45 Jnnnnrjr 1900 50346 64 February 1900 55722 76 March 1900 60982 34 April 1910 68142 94 May 1900 77109 28 June 1900 84207 Jolj 1900 90946 71 August 1900 97254 70 September 1900 108106 55 October 1900 10911602 December 1900 120886 84 IE11zaJamesf 25 25 9f 40 Anderson Jones 26 40 Jewett Harlan 26 40 Sidney Jones 25 40 Millie Estes 25 40 Goorplo Helm 25 40 Jennie Fry 26 40 WlllleEstes 25 90 Millie Nelson 20 82 Fanny Logan 25 40 Sallle Hubble j86 58 Essie Rows 85 56 Mary Carter 85 58 Eugene Woodsw 85 58 usan Batcher ss 56 Frank L Byrnes 20 82 Lou Donnegby z0 82 Minnie Hogun 20 Katie Floyd 20 82 Gertrude Miller 20 93 Annie Crawford 20 82 Othe DIshman 20 82 Willie Caldwell 20 82 Cornelia Splllman 20 82 Ellen Bailey 20 82 Nannlo Nelson 20 82 Pattle IIelletnsr 20 82 EuReno Woods 85 50 Nelson 20 F Caldwell 85 66 Lee 20 82 85 661Lizzie89Sallie321Rnohel82iVashingtonMooroJulia A Carter 25 40 Lucy D Baum 20 32 82LizzleAnna Floyd r 20 82I liOHarrietBottle Reed 20 f2 Harriett Rice 3 b0 Sam Owsley 82 Jane S Lee 20 89I Mary E Taylor 20 32 Clarence Henderson 85 66 D Solomon 20 lit George Woods 25 90 Peter Embry 25 40 Lizzie Embry 25 40 72jrhos72MaryMaria Longford 45 79 721RobertMary Harland 25 40 2CeliaCINCINNATI O 64GeoMiss Anna Meara 80 48 192i48NannieJane Small so JQDollioHARRODSBURG HarrIette McCowan 25 40 RESUMED OPERATIONS The J J M Saffell Ceda- Run distillery has resumed operations for the season It is the property of the Distilleries and Warehouse Co It is mashing 200 bushels per dnyIKyvritos e thbeste tuoky treated me without succsss KidneyCnrebate relief and three bottles cured me permanently 1 gladly recom wondorf remedy McKeHardieCORRECTION In the notice of the business done by the New York Life Insurance Co in 1900 a mistak- Was made It read 82000000 It shouti have read 282000000 DANGER OF COLDS AND LA GRIPPE The greatest danger from cold and la grippe their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is ChnmberlainsCough will be Among the tens of thousands who yet to learn o a single case having resulted in conolusivolof that dangerous malady Itcure a cold or an attack of In in loss time than any other treat ttalcs Honrlotto Short 25 W and A L Tyler 25 0 M and H Williams 25 o Mary Ellen Hard In 26 0 Charity Butler 25 Dora Butler 25 9 Martha Kendrick 25 Nettle M Ingram 25 0 G nnd J Gugram 25 40 Howard Ingram 25 40 Devltt Crittenden IS 21 Willie Williams 25 40 Gaither Kendrlok 25 40 Florence Graves 25 40 Nannie Oats 25 40 Louis Ingram 25 40 GEORGETOWN Susie Fields 80 48 Amanda Glass 80 48 Louisa Lewis 30 48 Dan Pettltt 80 48 Ben Welden 26 40 RICHMOND Katherine Trench 60 00 KatherIne Trench 80 48 Katherine Trench 80 Mrs Ella Chnefelter 86 00 10800 rSHARPSBURGiR 70 112 George Fields 80 48 Jane Fields 20 8 Jane Fields no 48 Hannah Jones 20 82 Hannah Jones 80 48 Fannie Jones 60 80 NICHOLASVILLE Henrietta Broaddus 80 48 Rachael Williams 80 48 481MattieMIDWAY Elnora Thomas 80 48 Mary E Washington 80 48 Annie 80 48 Oscar Whltfleld 80 4P Addle Owsley 80 Millie Hawkins 80 Emma Hall 80 4b T and R Robinson 80 48 Sam Robinson 80 48 C and A Robinson 80 4P Ellen Myers 80 Sam Cowen 80 48 Annie Cowen 80 48 Laura Olllver 80 48 Lydia Williams 80 48 Polly Colston 80 48 F A Thompson 80 48 Edith Thompson 80 48 J Thompson 80 so FRANKFORT KY J A MoEwan 80 128 Amanda Bennett NO 64 Eliza Thomas 20 0 Jennie Bailey 20 89 Eliza Butler 21 82 Mrs 100 160 Alice Burner 100 160 Martha Gray 40 64 Ned Huston 40 84 Sara Reed 40 64 Franklin Hinton 40 64 Julia Haley 40 6i Jackson Bennett 100 160 Annie Wallennan 40 64 Mary Cntnnouk 25 40 72IFlorine Havens 25 40 Jas N Taylor W 48 R C Nicol 14 79 23 53 Name withheld 48 76 80I iF S Raft 2550 4080 R L Green 21 80 34 08 RwO Nlcoll 36 80 58 Miss M I Foster 75 120 iSallle W Williams 80 48 W W Longraoor 240 W J MoKeuver 75 120 A L Coloman 150 240 Geo W Moore 15 24 Jas Moore 15 24 Mrs Alice Newman 75 20 240IRR C Nicoll 800 480 IFS Kaff 150 240 W W Longmoor 600 60 R B Willis 300 480- F S Haff 150 240 W J MoKeever 150 340 Withrow Haft 60 TMaggie Bush 25 40 Nicoll 60 80 W J Nicoll Jr 75 120 Polly Smith 25 40 S H Haggles 125 2 00 AGMorris 100 160 R C Nicoll 400 040 Mrs Kate Duvall 20 Mattie Wakefield 60 96IwName withheld 77 28 81 60 50IIAlice A Newman 75 120 i GRANTED A PENSIONI rAmong the Friday lust was one to Win J onI son of this oity for 8 monthILike bad dollars all counterfeits areIcures piles sores and all skin dis eases South Longmoor and W MoKeo Hurdle FOUND On Steele street near Campbell a Yale Lock Key No 2820 The owner can have same by paying for this notice A powerful engine can not be run with a weak boiler and we cant keep up the strain of an active life with a weak stomach neither can toecan not digest enough food to keep time body strong such a preparation as Dyspepsia Cure should be used It digests what you out and simply cant help but do you good South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardies BODY RECOVERED The body of Charles Booker frontfthe Government Dredge Boat in this oity about a month ago was 8owasohauled therer Carrlo Edwood 15 g4 Sidney Lyons 80 1S3xLewis Lyons 4S Henry Lyons lb S4 R D Willis T IW S 40 Frank Kavanaugh 106 108- J Annie M Sullivan 16 24 J P Hanley 75 1 20 Mrs M Thompson 75 1 20 J L Rerok 15 2t Geo W Rerck 15 84 C S Rending 75 120 Maria M Tribuo 16 94 Jeff McGruder 15 24 Cordelia Wallace 45 1lItThos W AbbottOf 75 Nellie M Fellmer If 94 Carrie Selbert 15 24 Emma White 15 84 Sophia Berberick 75 20 Mrs R A Thornton 45 Park Sage 45 Ii Mrs Ann Nicoll 42 00 126 A J Nicoll 800 480 C A Nicoll 800 4 8QrlAMNicoll 800 4 80 Mrs Ann Nicoll 800 4 80 Geo A Lewis 750 1800 LAWRENCE KAN 1SS Mrs W R BraBfleld 80 r Mrs Lillle B Smith 175 980IMrs Sallle B Smith 80 LEXINGTON KY y Miss 0 Overstreet 40 64 Mrs Mary Welser 80 21 Mrs A M Saffrons 40 M Mrs Mary C Carr 80 128 Mrs M E Lambert 440 7 ot Mrs M E Lambert 60 96 Margaret Fey 40 Mrs C Zimmerman 160 8 B6 Rosa Harkins 20 81 Emma Martin 16 84 Jasper and P Nool 80 48 PriBollla WnUamst 15 84 Mrs Kate Daniel 16 84 Maria Brown t 15 Si Miss B Mnrphy 46 71 Annn Green 48 Emma Morton r 30 48 Jane Smith 80 48 Fannie C Grimes 40 64 Asu Dodge 16 84 E C Caden 16 84 E C Cadeu 26 40 Margaret Ott 15 84 Margaret Ott 16 84 Tohn Jones 80 48 Morning Herald 460 720 Mrs E F Clay 2 70 482 E Wolkner 600 060 E Walkner 025 1000 M L Denny 270 4 82 E 00 96 99MJ Eldridgo 60 96 Mrs M r Durham 4 50 7 20 Dr N F Peril 120 102 E W Herr 120 192aR F Potts 120 G W Dunlap 270 489 Name withheld 370 489 KPJones 120 192 Geo DunlulJI 20 673 Rosa B Jarmun 260 4 00 Anna Green 48 Mary A Gormloy 270 480 W P Parrish 4900 126 C W Miller 000 9 6Q Mrs P H Bedlngor 3 00 4 80 Mrs J E Hutsell 180 2 88 Geo S Weeks 800 480 C E Smith l1i 00 2400 Asa Dodgo 150 2 40itThos S Lewis 150 2 40 Name withhold 460 720 Joe Ayers 150 340 B MoElroy 120 193 Willie Rowland 15 24 Robert Rowland 15 24 Lucy J Alford 15 24 Laura V Smith 75 1 0 t Marie L Smith 60 66 Lucinda Williams 25 40 LOUISVILLE Nancy Blake 16 84 Amanda Patton 16 24 WALNUT HILL Kate Fuller 80 48 BROOKYLN N Y Ella R Church 2 70 4 8R INDEPENDENCE J J Dunlap 420 878 LEBANON B T Conway 8120 9360 C R Caskey 29 40 70 20 L A Spauldlng t 80 29 40 Cecelia Harcourt 780 23 40 VOStEt W H Evans 81 20 9360 Carrie B Johnston 780 2340 COVING TON MeisBros 100 80 Ere 40 CHILESBURG Jas F Cook 80 48 STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION r MEETS The State Board of Equalization met on Monday last Mr Ben D Ringo of the Second Appellate District was elected President W H Fuqua of Owensboro Chief Clerk Jaa H Dale of Shelbyville First Assistant Clerk j IrP Thorne jr of Eminence Second Assistant Clerk TheIclerkships pay 5 per day each and about 200 days is about the length of time occupied each year FOR RENT I offer for rent the storeroom formerly occupied by me on Birdge street South Side Possession given at once 28tf N F RICHARDSON JOHNNY AIRS HIS WISDOMr Whats twins mammabasked fouryearold BessieHI Know exclaimed her small brother before the mother could answer Twins is two kids just the same age threes triplets fours quadrupeds and fives con tipodos Kodol Dyspepsia Care Digests what you eat 11901t i ltI RELiGIOUS r ASCENSION EPISCOPALOHUECH Eev R L McCready hec-toraMorning prayer at 0 a m Holy and sermon 11 L m Evening prayer and sermon at 780 m- Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 045 am Lenjen Services Ash Wednesday m and 780 p m Thursday 4and Saturday 480 p m Friday 780 p m- EveryI Wednesday evening there xWill be a Bible Lesson and on Fri days a lecture To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free 4BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Special music at evening service pastor is preaching a series of Sunday night sermons ontiThe Perilsof the City tt The 7th of these will be preached Sunday night at 780 and has for its subject Murder Sundayschool in the chapel at i45 a m Special classes for Young men Young Peoples Society will meet hlz at 680p m in the chapel free and all are cordially in ft toted CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev r Geo Darsie the pastor will preach I at 11 a m and 780 p m J Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 Leader H P MatternH Confessiue Christ x prayermeetingWednesday sionary Rally will be held Junior Endeavor Society meets z Friday at 880 in the pastor is preaching a series of Sunday night sermons entitled J Twentieth Century Lessons from r the Life of Joseph The 7th of the Merles will be given tomorrow night and will have for its theme liThe Coming of Josephs Bro here The public will be cordially wel homed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The P Usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 am High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p a mFIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev J tfoClusk Blayney D D the pastor will YI at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m iIYoung Society of Chris wtian Endeavor Sunday u room at 045 m Prayermeeting Wednesday even- ingt at 780 pulbic cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev i J R Savage the pastor will 4 each at 11 a m and 780 p m Epworth League meets at 645 p fi m j ii Prayermeeting Wednesday night tl at 760 I lSundayschool meets at 980 a t l m2he public cordially invited to at rtendISOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN Wm Crowejrthe at 11 a in and 7 80 p mJj will bo heldThe evening service at 780 hereafter Sundayschool at 9bO a 1- nLi ri Young Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 pm To all these meetings the public Is cordially invited For the weakness md prostration following ri there is nothing so prompt and effective as One Minute Cure This preparation is highly endorsed as an remedy for all throat and lung troubles and its early use prevents consumption It was made to quickly Longmoor oureI McKee Hardie f k w J Mi A SELBERT t r1 i The Leading Jeweler i INCH ESTER611 NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS I unlform t WINOHESTER REPEATING ARMS New Haven Conn American Steel Farm Fencing Cheaper than Barb Wire Let us Show it to you We Also Have Nails Hoes Paints Lanterns All Kinds Iron Rakes Bolts Screen Wire Buckets Spades Whips Freezers Matches Seed SOW l3 Brushes Mops Doughkneeders that Make Excellent Beaten Biscuits HARDWARE STAGG BACON MASONIC TEMPLE Y M C A Judge J P Hobson has been secured to give an address at 880 oclock tomorrow afternoon All who have heard Judge Hobson know him to be a most interesting speaker His subject for tomor row isrrhe Bible as a Miracle Good music will be furnished All men invited The State Convention to meet in Louisville next week promises to have a fine delegation from Frank fort Already some fifteen of the members have planned to go The railroads are giving reduced rates and free entertainments will be furnished all delegates OLD FAMILY SERVANT DEAD Jim Stanley colored a valued and old time family servant of Mr R C Steele died at his home ou Thursday morning DtBUIIsCOUGH 1cures Sore Lungsbronchitis Grippe anaIall severe lung affections Why then risk consump tion death Take warning Act at once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prescription used over 60 only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont be im posed Refuse the dealers substitute not as good as Dr hulls Salvation cures Rheumatism Aches and Pains 15 25 eta BIBLE SOCIETY 7th anniversary of the Frank ITho Bible Society will be the Parish House of the Church on Sunday Feb ruay 24th at 780 oclock Its work Is unseotarian The ben efactions of this society are not limited by any distinctions of property of social position of denom inational ties or of race but the responsibility resting upon the Board is to see that to the poor the Gospel is preached through the circulation of the written word There is always danger in using counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The original is a safe and certain cure for piles It is a soothing and healing salve for sores and all skin diseases South Longmoor and W MeKee Hardie VALENTINES If you dont think there were any valentines in use on Thursday ask Col Geo L Payne to show you one he received Polar bear flour highest patent 440 per barrel at LangdonCrea sey Cos 231 1 LA GRIPPE QUICKLY CURED In the winter of 1898 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called la grippe says F L Hewitt a nrominet druggist of Winflold HIurrhe only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It broke up the cold and stopped the soughing like magic and have never been troubled with la grippe Chamberlains Cough Remedy can always be depended upon to break up a cold and ward any threatened attack of pneumonia It is pleasant to take too which makes it desirable and one of the most popular reparations in use for these ailments For sale by J W Gayle f ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLE CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin Itch nnd burn Distressing Eruptions on the skin so you feel seen In company Do scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sure and Cracked Rash forrr on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling Hair Ai Run Down Skin Pule Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these nn symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take B B B Botanlca Blood Balm which BIBitching of eczema to stop forever theII skin to become clear and the sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor ou hly tested for 30 years Renders of the ROUNDABOUT are udvied to give B B a trial For sale by druggistsatl per large bottle six bottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So suf ferers may test it a trial bottle giver away Write for it Address BLOOD Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and fret personal medical advice given fiSTFor Sale by W McKee Hardie 481y 2 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGN COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may c ruin our opinion Cammnnica- Lions lonotfon la probably strtctlr confidential Handbook on PateaU sent free Oldest for securing patents- Patenta taken agency Munn tie Co rece epeaat settee without charge In Scientific jfoierican A handsomely Illustrated weekly Larger off cnlation of any aclentlOo Journal Terms ear four months fl Sold by all UNN CO36t9reaJnY New YdR Branch Office V Bt Washington D C Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE I was Just about gone tt writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs N C I had consuniF tion so bad that the best doctors said I could not live more than n month but I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivaled lifesaver in consumption pneumonia la grippe nnd bron chitis for coughs colds asthma hay fever croup or whoop ing cough Guaranteed bottles 50 dents and Trial bottles free at J W Gayles drug store- NOTICE All persons having claims against Mrs Ann Haly deceased are hereby notified- to present the same to me proven as quired by law on or before April 1901 and nil persona indebted to her are notified to settle such indebtedness with me her administrator at once JULIA HALY Admr of Ann Haly deceased 231 m u MARDI GRAS February 19 1901 excursion rickets will bo sold at one fare round trip via L R N to New rleans Mobile and Peneucola on February 12th to 18th inclusive good to return until Maroh 7 1901 Through Sleepers and Ooaohes from Louisville and Evansville IQuestion Answered iilA ttIltryour grandmothers never thought or orhiliousnes3and they seldom heard of a pen dicitis nervous prostration orliearV f failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system RndI if stop fermentation of undigested foodbiregulate the action of the liver sUm ulate the nervous and organic action theytook fheadaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens i itJmukeserious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4 ly if YEARS KXPKKIENOK W JI GRUNWALD Professional Piano and Organ Tuner and Be 80days jrDecDO YOU WANT fTa sell real estate timber or cool stock of goods Do you want to buy or exchange talany kind of property Write me with all the particulars I rosy be able to help you Ad dress J Dec TL1y 1 For Sale A first class bycicle 99 modem Rambler Is offered for sale Apply r at this office tf J WANTED Two reliable travelin salesmen in each State permanent position salary and expenses ex perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 26m1q H Goon c rbtffiasI Suggestion 1 One of the most useful t pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ J mas gift is the latest improved Cyco Bearing Bissell sweeper i- How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic life and what a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfactionR Sons deo 11yL jt From lIuniJlhTi mea Job 7 GOVERNMENT DECIDES TO DEPORT REBEL LEADERS TO GUAM ISLAND Eighteen Filipino Officers In oluclngthe Notorious Pio del Pilur and Eight Civil Officers I Insurgent Agents Sympathizers and Agitators Who Are Aiding the Insurrection to be Placed f Out of Harms Way This morning a general order funs rtiutLnfit Ayuntumiento 5annouiicing4ib1iong talked of dp poration of insurgent leaders Those included in the list are those incorrigible ones who have jatendfustlyrefused to take the oath United States and renounce their insurgent principles or those who having vorn the same oath have vio t lated a sacred confidence reposed in them as Christians and men of honor and become traitors stirring up sedition giving informa tion or plotting in aid of the in surrection The following in an official copy iof General Order No 41 January 7 In pursuance of authority ob tained from the War Department by cable under date of December 27 1900 the following named j persons whose overt acts have clearly revealed them as in aid of 4 or in sympathy with the insur rection and the irregular guerrilla warfare by which it is being main 1 tained and whose continued resi dence in these Islands is in every Ii y essential regard inimical to the pacification thereof will be de ported at the earliest practicable date to the Island of Guam there to be held under surveillance or in actual custody as circumstances mf y require during the further 4std progress of hostilities and until suob tjine as the restoration of t uormal peace conditions in the Philippines has resulted in a pub lio declaration of the termination Fofsuch hostilities i General Officers Artemio Ric CrouchingIn lurks like a crouching tiger the probabilities o f consumption S XThe throat and lungs become rough and in flamed from andIconsumption find an easy entrance Take no chances with the dan gerous foe l1 ror 60 years perfeetu ord Sixty years of cures AYer PQetoraIsoothec and heals the wounded throat and lungs You escape an attack of consumption with all its terrible suffering and uncertain results 4 nothingsobadfor as coughing 25c bottle will cure an ordinary cough hard tiercoughs will need aSOc size the dollar bottle is cheapest in the long run pittinghim Tim doctors t did him no good But one bottle of andfI 198 SDak J havoanycomplaintI DoctorDr J 0 AVER Lowell Mass dr arts Pio delPilar Maximo Hizon Mariano Llanera Francisco del os SantosColonels Macario de Ocampo Esteban Consorted Lucas Cam erino Julian Gerona Lieutenant Colonels Pedro Cubarrubias Mariano Barruga Herraogenes Plata Cornelio Re iquestas Major Fabian Villaruel S ibordiiiate Insurgent Officers Juan Learidrblllarino Jose Mata Ygmidio de Jesus Alipio Tecson Civil Officers Insurgent Agents Sympathizers and Agitators Ap olnario Mabini Pablo Ocampo Maximo Trias Simon Tecson Pio Varican Anastasio Carmonq Mariano Sevilla Manuel E Roxae By command of Major General Arthur MacArthur THOMAS H BARRY Brigadier General U S Volun teers Chief of Staff The deportation of the insur gent leaders has been hoped for by all for a long time Those perhaps to whom much credit for this step is due are the Manila Police Department who ihave steadfastly adovoated the removal from the islands of all such as the above order embraces The sentimentJcan perhaps feel the lic pulse best of all These have stated evidential facts and dem onstrated the advisability of removing the presence of such men from the islands At first it was suggested to place them in con finement on an island north of Manila and the visit of General Bell to Isla Grande in SubigBay was obviously for the purpose of inspecting a proposed locality The police however have main tained their point in urging that the men who have shown them selves unworthy of trust be ship ped to a point distant from the entire Archipelago and there kept under surveillance until the de dared cessation of hostilities The authority for this has now come from the War Department and there is no doubt that all con cerned are glad of such welcome authorizationThe of those published are sufficient to satisfy every body of the necessity of this stepthey- are those who have betrayed the confidence of the government and a sacred oath in some cases sev eral times over Pio del Filar is an example Captured perhnps willingly on his part at a place near San Felipe Neri lust June he was brought to Manilfm prisoned voluntarily swore the oath of allegiance and was liber ated He was found to bo corres ponding with insurgent chiefs re arrested in July and again liber ated only to be seized again by the police a month or so ngo with correspondence on him to rebel chiefs concerning arms and ammunition and supplying informa on Of such men as these the list of those to be deported is made with the exception of those who honest and brave steadfastly re fuse to swear an oath against their conscience which they can not keep The abcne was sent us by Caps Noel Gaines Assistant Chief of Police Manila We are glad to know that he is prospering Editor Roundabout PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURA Via TION CEREMONIESI March 4th H01Fare one way for the round trip from all sta tions on the Q C Tickets on sale March 1st 2d 8rd good re turning until March 9th Lower rates are made for parties of twentyfive or more of organized military companies or brass bands on one ticket Write any Q C ticket agent who give you further information if desired or address W 0 RINEARSON G P A Cincinnati Ohio hl Great Sale OF RemnantsShort Lengths and Soiled Ends Over 1000 of them Consisting J of SilksWoolen and Cotton Dress Goods n Dress Linings Outing Cloths n Table Linens SheetingsIndia Percales 5 Ginghams CottonCalico cfcc ALSO Ribbons Embroideries AN- DLaces This is your CHANCE to get REAL BARGAINS and thereby save MONEY We have MARKED thePRICES so LOW on these goods that they will SELL ON SIGHTYou find many of these REMNANT to run from i to 5 yards in DRESS GOODS 2 to vio yards in CALICOES i to 6 yards in OUTING CLOTHS to 10 yards in PERCALES EM BROIDERIES to 5 yards etc The SALE of these GOODS COMMENCES today SATURDAY and will LAST ONLY A FEW DAYSas the prices marked on them will not ALLOW them to S TAY here DONT MISS THE OPPORTUNI t Y to buy goods CHEAP It is ONLY ONCE in a GREAT WILE that you will meet with BAR GAINS such as we are offering for the next few daysDONT PUT it OFF but COME at ONCE G KFIEIINBro 41 St Clair at the Bridge i I No other package cof fee goes so far or gives such entires- atisfaction t as 1 ARBUCKLESROASTED l bettercolIee laetchP4ARBQCKLE BROS Notion Dept City NY PLYMOUTH AND PITTdUrlG GJALi I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushols of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittshurg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is large and denim and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Company W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 i I I iIE I Ie GeolgeSleMin lRIJ rrr r r yr re Chidrensh iAndCarriacis Ireceivedert Go Carts and Carria g e s W e have them from 435 up W OLD LANDMARK TORN DOWN The dwelling hoiiso formerly owned by the mother of the edi tors of this paper Mrs Mary J Lewis corner of Lewis and Clin ton streets has been torn down to make room for a livery stable It develops that it was one of the best built and most substantial frame houses ever erected in this city The studding is 4x8 inches whipsawed and they run the full length of the two stories The louse was what is known as i a brickframe having brick fill ing between the lathes and the f builtKlby the late MrJohn Vest father r of U S Senator Goo Graham Vest of Missouri Itshows him to have been a faithful and hon- est workman bearing this testi 1ll10ny long after Mr Vest h- adi gone the way of all the earth There are many tender mom t aries cherished in our hearts that undIwe were saddened when we 10tirn- ed1that it was being turn down HOW TO CURE THE GRIP tRkoOhnmblrluins stntos ultinreal serious danger Amon tlfb itforrooOorForSTAMPING GROUND r Rev T Warn Beagle pastor of the Baptist Church is down with oatarrhal fever Consequently BaptistOhurch The grip has got us tight and fast Among those down with it are Esq J S Lindsay and wife Uncle Ben Miller Mrs Catlin Mr Oscar JameRon and wife and Mrs Geo E Wilkerson The entertainment given here to successfully February 1st was reproduced at Switzer on Thurs tday evening to a good audience was a two act comedy entitled New Years in New York sorious1yinjured buggy overturned It seems that he was out on the Owenton pike when he met a portable engine His horse took fright and ran away throwing the doctor out on his head He was unconscious for dome time Medical attention notinternayinjured about again Misses Hattie Hambrickand r Mattie Hamon of Georgetown visited Miss Ella Yates last week Mr J T Reynolds will move his family to Cynthiana March t lit YACOB I COMMUNICATED Editor Roundabou- tI wish through the columns of your paper to thank the lady managers and nurses of the Kings Daughters Hospital for their kind and intelligent treatment of me while a patient of that institution No one could have receievd more kind and faithful attention on the nurses part on which depended to a large degree the suc oess of the physicians or surgeons skill than I This is the opoch of benevo lencethe period when man in the rightful recognition of his relations towards his fellow beings voluntarily assumes duties and responsibilities for the care of the unfortunate when the heart is being so trained and educated that its inner promptings compel those favored by fortune to extend th hand of beneficence to succor the distressed who otherwise would be doomed to misery and despair as I would have been To one and all my heartfelt 1than ks HOWARD H SOANLAND A Clear HeadThe successful outcome of any enter prise or the accomplishment or any labor depends first of all upon the possession of clear head The head that is dull dizzy nervous fretful melancholy easily con fused or that throbs aches and pains is not fit for service Not only is such a head lacking in mental capacity but it Actually weakens and destroys the nerve forces and lowers the vitality of every organ of the body Dr Miles syNervMestem every form trouble and gives the snap clearheadedness Try bottle for Sold all druggists on guarantee Miles Medical Elkfcart Indf LOUISVILLE PIKE Mrs James Hawkins and sons will move soon to their ugly home this community which they purchased some time ago from Mr Too Robinson but will not get possossioll until the first of March Mr Jamas Whitohouse living the wince now Mr Charles Darnell and family will soon lease our community We learn they are going to Col orado to reside Mr James Morris and family will move to Frankfort in a few daysMr John Dooloy will movoin a short time to Mrs Crock etts farm Mr Dan Thomas has rented part of Rev Arnolds house and will move in a few dnysI Mr James Whitehouse will move to Choateville Miss Sue Read visiting rel atives at Covington- Mr Clint Showalter spending several weeks with Mr Will Show alter and family in this vicinity Mr John Dooley was in our vicinity last Sunday Miss Todd Holder visited rel atives near Bridgeport last week Mr Glenn Arnold left last week for St Louis where he intends to practice law Mrs Julia Calvert is still sickat the home of her sister Miss Mil dred Hawkins Miss Ola Hawkins about like she was at the last writing Sho has our warmest sympathy she has been sick for sometime OLD BACHELOR PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURA TION WASHINGTON MARCH 1901 Louisville KyFebruary 1 To Coupon N On this account you may sell roundtrip tickets to Washington DO at one fare on March 1st 2d and 8d and make final limit March 9th Use contin uous passage forms and mark SpecialFor organized military Companies and Brass Bands in uniform accompanying them twentyfive 25 more on one ticket rate of one cent per mile in each direction plus arbitraries may bo made Agents at Louisville Lexington Winchester and stations on St Louis Division will please note that rates for Military Compa niesand Brass Bands applyonly for fifty 50 more traveling one ticket from their stations MilitarylCompanies and others will be furnished upon 1825 Lexington 1155 Nashville 1570 Mem phis 1890 Birmingham 1555 Montgomery 1045 Pensacola OreSTONE General Passenger Agent DESK FOR SALE We have an office desk for sale cheap Apply at Roundabout office r tf Notwithstanding treatment by our best physicians suffered for years from nerv ous and sick headaches and got so bad that was unfit to attend to my law practice four days out of six lost my appetite and flesh had no energy and could scarcely sleep at all bought a bottle of JrMiles Nervine and was relieved in twelve hours but continued the remedy and have scarcely had a touch of headache since T N L CUNNYNGHAM Dayton Tenn Relieves of head to that make a yourself by a Dr Co in is on R C T N is is is as D C 4 1901 L R R ironclad or or on C I I I I Recent experiments show that till QulpletelydigestedKodol Dyspepsia Cure which absolutely what ou ntAR it is the only combination of nil the natural digcstants ever dovisod the demand for it has become onor inous It hits never failed to cure the vorst oases of indigestion und it always gives instant relief South Longmoor anti W McKee Hnrdie- NOTICE f have rented out my place on Fourth Ave to Judge OReal my family will go to New York but I am not going I may be found at my office rooms in the time building day or night I have both Phones and they are iNo59 I am boarding at the Capital Rote E E HUME 173m You Should Use MILESJEM FLOUR FIRST Because it is the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory and home labor is production Tho J ET t i11ill- Do J N MILES Sec Dr Ca ys Condition rowders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 2J cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co A MaafWltIk7 of BI11- with pr 0PIU EE iI WOOLLEY u 0a 1M 1rOftk PTler H FOR SALE The residence of the late Dr R C Gayle at Switzer Well im proved and in good condition Apply to J 1V GAYLE 224t Frankfort tXINGTON EASTERN RY TIME TABLE ITOCIA MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUND NOl DniiyIr0 Lv Lexington 2 I12 F800 U Avon 2I5OF810 VvtnK F 2 F 8 winuheutor U10 8 aiistletoo Fit 8 50 2i L E Tunotion 8 80 Imlinn Fields F 8 S F 0 00 OlHyOity a 9 Stnnton 108 25 M RoclynF412F021F 9 Dundeo F 9 Natural Bridge F 9 S Gloncnirn F4H9 9 58 Torrent 08 Fincnstlo F 03 F10 Beattyvillo Tunction 5 29 Benttyville Lv 00 B Ry 1Ar b 1045 LvSt Helens 5 F10 89 F585F10B1 82 Athof 5 59 Oakdnlo F560F1108 Elkntnwa 07F11 Ar Jackson 015 WEST BOUND 8lIUESEx Hun Lv Tnokson 0 2- 5083P283tie ElkatAWa Si Oakdnlo V F049F249 82 Athol 6 60 Tnllega FT04F804 StHelens 710F810 Bcntty villo Junction 26 8 20 Beottyvillo Lv 7 00 8 aB OG Ry lAr 50 5 Lv Fincastle F783F883 Torrent 8 47 Olenclairn F F 856 Natural Bridge F 8 03 os Dundee 80SF403 6o Filsoni 4 Rosslyn F828F425 Stanton 8 80 Olay City 8 89 S Indian Fields 59F2i L E Junction 918 5 08 Mistletoe 923F516 Winchester 929 620 Wyandotte F 9 43F 6 83 Avon B49F640 Montrose F968F660 o Ar Lexington 6 TIIFBET- WEENLouisville ANDChicago BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th nod Market SU Louisville FOR RENT At Woodlako store room and gordenTOlmsMRS BETTIE BENTON 222t Woodlake Ky PILES OF PEOPLE Testify to the merits of Banner Salve In curing piles It is guaran toed South and W McKee HardieIjIff I tJI SOUTHERN RftILWfIY j IN KENTUCKY Cndanlld Schiduli U Effiot 20 IHLI XA8TDOUNDN NO CNET tLv Louisville 74bam i74iip BOSpArtaOJpmArWESTBOUND No 6 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Nos It and ItJduJly Nos and dallycxcept Sunday Between Versailles NlcholasvlJlo Rlob s mood and Irvine dolly except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSGANNON3d VPftOM J M CULPT M rIWA1UItKOPA l Wuhluuton D C Louisville K- AUEEi I t i BEST TRAINatTO If tiKansasColorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha h St Paul N braskat1t I Black Hills r VIA St Louis or Chicago Y VESTIBULED TINSJSLEEPERS DIMING CHAIR liARS FWE RUQQ PASSR 8T HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL ST MO i UW WAKELEY OENL PAU 8T Min L X TIME TABLE Non No SOUTHP1 AMuL f Lexington 200 883 rMidway i82 900 1 fCbrtstlnnEburgEminence 6iIILagrange 4816 Ajiclioriuje t 45M Si 74- BJ5r Louisville 1206 b10 r NolCNol8Noaft IiOflTi1R ltMI M P M U Louisville 20 730 4 t44VAnchorage ijtxianno 514825I 53S Rmlnence 340 8tfl3 CiirlBtlaniburg i 912 80 i Frankfort mi 960 042 Midway 5071026jir Texlucton 640 1009 J C U TIME TABLE 4 No21 No SOUTHp M LexIngton 815 2Frankfort 615- Sbelbyville 700 At LouIsville 1100 aoc NORTH No 22 No M PM Lv Louisville 880 Bheloyville 928 700 r4lt