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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i lVy r 7r z i rt I THE FRAMFOBT KOUMABOUT 4 1 G10 A LEWJS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Adva erVOL XXIY1FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH 9 1901 NO 26 iJ Manila American January 15 TRY AND KEEP THEM Since the recent proclamation was promulgated by the military governor the police department of the of Manila had an opportunity of doing excellent work Previous to the date of the proclamation the department had not been idle but the great Jieniehoy shown the insurgents by the authorities was most discour aging to tho police officials who daily Pnw men who had paused thimi1uch trouble in cap loose again upon th community Now it is muoh different Sue tained in their work by thei superiors knowing that every Ofguilty Filipino will be treated t a firm hand a great renewal of activity followed with the best results that could possibly be at rf tainecl I Diyntul night the officers have x been on the alert and there is not a corner of the city thAt is no If under surveillance Hundreds o insurgents have been taken in and murderers Jodrnnes and thieves of longstanding are hold down quarters that tfrey should have occupied twelve months ago The exposure of the Black saint humbug in Quiapo was per haps one of the biggest scoops that the department has made A system whereby the rebels re ceived 50000 per month for their support was broken up and many insurgents and their sympathizers were run down in consequence So thorough has been the work J of the officers of the department that they have gained the confi of the loyal residents of the 1city and it has been suggestod by leading merchants cf Manila that would be well in r choosing a chief for the metro- politanp police force to consider the men who have brought the efficiency1rcope with nny situation that may arise The authorities are even better informed upon the extent of their operations than the public for itI has not been the oliry of the police department to make public L Vifiir every move aLlet7the work accomplished we believe t in officers for thn metropolitan force that theyI f should not he forgotten pt Gaines the first assistant Wilder is directly in ICo of the operations an personalefforts have capture of many of the rebel elements in the city besides criminals galore and he keeps central station the mecca of the criminal classes and rebels It is daily crowded with prisoners Theyare held there pending final investigation by General Bell I and it has been remarked that very few of the prisoners sent up from central are liberated Captain Brazee lieutenant Gil xlespie and Lieutenant Mapes are three modest young officers whp are the terror of the rebel sympathizers and criminals of the capita These youtfg men have a wonderful iecord which will bear us out wheiwe soy that Manila never had a bettor combination of I d oloe officers or a more effectiv- police e f armIThe metropolitan police bill has opened up a wide field of conjec ture as to who the new officials of the force will be The officers who are now loing such effective service in the department ore all volunteers whose tints will shortly expire If they are fitted for the offices they fill under the present xjonditions it is natural to suppose that when peace is reestablished their ability and experience in dealing with the native character t Will beof the greatest value in the future Young volunteer officers who l r have given continued service fo two years are very anxious to re turn to the home land for a time and it would be well to offer some special inducements to those most needed to remain and aid the government iti the reconstruction of the islands Experienced and tried officers are needed and we believe the present police officers will provo most acceptable e loyal citizens and foreign residents of MaliJa THE FIGHTING THIRTY NINTH gallopethe Thirtyninth Infantry U S Whichrterested From the Manila American The Thirtyninth Infantry Volunteers was called into ser1vice on August 17 1899 battalions were recruited at Fort Crook Nebraska and one at Van agfbrawn never volunteered to serv the flag especially to plant it in the Orient as the vanguard of universal civilization They all Spartans 1270 strong The rankof the regiment was divided between the North and South its commander however being an Alabama man the gal lant Colonel Robert L Bullard of Opelika a graduate of West Point of the class of 1885 His service commenced in the West in the Tenth Infantry His ser vicesin the campaign against Geronimo were conspicuous fur gallantry and probably led t his first star Be that as it may when the tragedy of the Maine occurred which gave immediate cause for the Spanish American war he was made the Colonel of the Third Alabama Volunteers colored and the discipline of the regiment at Mobile and Anniston cities of his native State was such that his divsion and corps com manders gave him the meed of praise II well don- eThoThirtynjnth amalgamated at Portland Oregon on the last day of October 1899 and left for the Philippines on November 2d on the Pennsylvania and Olympia the second regiment filled and the first sailing of the net twelve The Pennsylvania was a safe ship but u great roller and although overcrowded and 1worse navigated she landed her cargo in Manila Deceni ber 8tfr a little over a month later She hardly inissed the rocks agrounddto cross the provinces of Caoaygan and Ilooos Norte at the northern said of the island But the land was safely made and one of the best regiments the United States furnished to quell the insurrec tion reported for duty There was surprise at its arrival and the in consequence was scattered to the four parts of the island Colonel Bullard alive to the needs of the hour secured a promise from GovernorGeneral Otis that his regiment should work together and on December 28th there was a happy reunion at ambo His commissioned walppssibles e were from the civil walks of lifef many were trained soldiers grod uate9 of Vest Point All been tried and none had hadI found wanting That this native may be unbroken I give the regimental commissions and organizationB Company nin John L Thorburn First Lieutenant A LieutenantIH Hilton First Lieutenant Ellis Cromwell Second Lieuten ant Charles W Bowdle 0 Company CuptainA F W MaoManus First Lieutenant- r Grant T Trent Second Lieuten snit Elmer B Gavett D Company Captain Andrew J Lieutenant George M Apple Second Lieutenant Charles S Frank E Company Captain Hiram a Baker Lieutenant Thos M Cobb Second Lieutenant Marcus Covell F Company Captain Wallace G Taylor First Lieutenant GfOI M Lee Second Lieutenant G H Williams G Company Captain Edward A Kreger First Lieutenant A LieutenantfP Gnugliey First Lieutenant Harry E Courtney Second Lieu tenant Frank M Polk I Company Captain Frank Maloney First Lieutenant Parrin L Smith Second Lieutenant W J Shelton K Company Captain George W Green First Lieutenant Ed ward H White Second Lieuten tint F S Burnet L Company Captain Frank S LeLawson Second Lieutenant Rob ert B McConnell eh1 Company Captain Mack Richardson First Lieutenant LieuteuySupplementing this Colonel Bullard may congratulate himself on having a field and staff infer ior to none in the Philippines or speaksforLieutenantColonel Enoch H Crowder Judge Advocate Divis ion of the Philippines Associate andoISpcretnry to the Military Gover Harry B Mulford Commanding the First Battalion Major Geqrge F Langhorne Commanding the Second Battal ion Major John II Parker Com raanding the Third Battalion Major Surgeon Seaton Norman Captain and Assistant Surgeon Edward G Beeson Captain and Adjutant Noel Gaines Captain and Quartermaster Thomas H Hftrdemau First Lieutenant and Commissary Fred Boyer First AdjutantLieutenant and Battalion Adju tant Howard K Bane and First AdjutantThe regimental band comes as one of the most attractive attach ments and I gladly say it ie Phi1iPPins1I praise and I pass to the truly marvelous work of the regiment Calamba Beseiged Colombo was regarded as a point of greatest strategetical im portance in Southern Luzon When Colonel Bullard relieved the regular garrison of 1500men he surveyed a beseiged city 8000 to 4000 of the enemy confront ing him commanded by Gen supposedinvinoibles ned his orders Hqld Calamba and there was little consolation atIItaokHis restless Southern spirit how ever backed by the eye and brain of the trained soldier led him to act practically upon his own re snansbility and he dill it upon lastII companies were sent to the Bahiu gnuiacross sky these companies fell upon the enemys flank and scattered the insurgents killing many It might be said in a word that the whole line smashed through the exemplifyhgSherman War is Hell Continued in next issuei 4 I e MM I Eclipsed c I 4rAll sales held heretofore in Frankfort have ff been totally eclipsed by our sale of the HUdsonjlt i stock The values are supreme and many bar k gains are yet left J M ii II60c 69c I 647 I 150 Choice of all Monarch and Wilson Bros Fancy StiffBosom Shirts remaining They sold for 100 and 150 I J Choice of all remaining Oxford Mufflers 7i 11They sold at 100 and 150 IAnyAt this price you may have pick of any 250 Childs Suit in the house 1 Ages 3 to 16 1r I HY E A new shipment of Spring Styles of Ladies Ideal Kid Shoes opened this week Lace and Button fit Pfiee 350 k vf1 UTSyI 212214 ST CLAIR STREET I i tC kIo I I IJ M S FFELLS W SAFFELL e SAFFELLSit J 4 r Staple and iIy J- I Fancy Groceries w ijt Wtf China and Glassware Fine Wines and f Whiskies r We ask our city and country friends to call f at 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods 1 ti I i JMSaffelISon t1 re el1t1o roil I f Ifj r OLIr 4twJtili t WI II iIMG1rI f L t arcaq901I t 1tItWfe will have bur f 1 f ive =SPRING OPENING = f aJnew we shall show Dry Goods Tailor Suits Carpets Rugs J iF- u W S FARMERl l PERSONALS f l Mrs Annie 1tlont all of Kansas City and Mrs Bottle Neal o Springfield Missouri are visiting Mrs James R Shaw at Jetts thi county lr Mrs Julia Beckham and grand r daughter Miss Julia Kniskern o Ohloajro Ills are guests of Mrs JS C W Beokham Mrs Wm Crowmell was a visitor in Louisville this week P Col Geo H Stehlen left for f Louisville Thursday afternoon J Miss Minnie Peterson has re t turned from a two weeks visit to her cousin Mrs Willis Greewell Oxford Ky ft Miss Nannie ORear of Mt Sterl ing is the guest of her brother fudge E C OBear of the Appel late Court Mr Chas R Williams of Louis villo the new Janitor of the Court of Appeals came here this week Mr TumoR M Saffell and Mr Frank G Stogg attended the inauguration at Washington City Mr Howell Scott left Sunday for New York City Miss Sue Adams and Miss Fannie Holden of Clarksburg WVa were guests of Rev M B Adams und V Campbell street South Side i this week Mrs B W Thompson of Ver- saillesf was a visitor here on Sun tlaytMr Ben T Head of Burgin wa the guest of his sister Mrs Will Combs on Sunday Mr Joel S Head jr of Jackson was the guest of his sister Mrs t Will Combs on Sunday laRev E F Wright and Mr J L Wasson of Woodlake wore visitors if here on Sunday Mr W S Farmer who has boon in New York City for several weeks purchasing his spring and Hummer stock of goods returned V home Saturday night Mias Lena Scott of this office spent Sunday with friends in Lex ington FtjMr Hubert Vreeland left Mon morning for Taylorsville Mr James E Henton of Wood county was hero Monday iJford Win H McClure of Stain ford ConnCl on ajviKit Saturdayy l Mr Wm Yeoman of Versailles twas hero Monday Miss Florence Kendall of Louis who was called here by the tillness and death of her uncle Mr F H G Banta has returned home- Mrs Nettie Hellenbush of Cin fr cinnati is the guest of Mrs John Southson Barrett Mr J Price Williams of Louis ville was a visitor here this week i attendedisKinley Mrs Claud Bowles is visltln friends in Washington City J Mr Edwards of 4the Henry county Local at New Cas I rte was city Tuesday and made us a pleasant call ComIIiri Louise ile this week select the Vials for the new Masonic Temple I Mr DenniB Lyifoh of rPlttsburg Penn who has vlsitibg liiiff parents in this city for several weeks returned home Monday iti2 I Miss Mae Stone of Stamping 1 Grqund is visiting friends in this Misses Lilian and Geneviove Lindsoy have returned from a visit to friends in Danville x Misses Paulino Hardin trod Susie McHenry have returned from New i Orleans La it Mrs Dr Buckner and children o paitt Ann street Miss Lucille Tobin Is visiting ref atives in Danville sisterMissin Louisville SpringBMrs Daniel Swigert Combs off MrsZPutnam Fadeless Dye Turkey brighestRed stockingsby South Longmoor Pure Northern ybite Seed Oats at LnngdonCreaseyCos261t BAPTIST REVIVAL The meetings herd by Rev T T Martin at the First Baptist Churchcontinue tow in Inter est and power The congregations have been large and the goleinnity has been marked There have been some additions and the outlook is for a fine meet ingMr Martin is n rapid speaker and preaches with great simplicity the oldfashioned gospel that bloodsthere is no remission of sin U Jesus the all and in all of salva tion Tomorrow afternoon at 8 oclock there will be a massing at which Mr Martin will speak on Two of the Four Great earnestlylaudience present Everybody is cordially invited to attend On Monday night he will preach on the Bible Doctrine as to Hell Let there be a full attendance at that time also For the Roundabout PROVOKING v If you love ine he wrote Wear a red rose tonight- If your love I have not t Let the color be white So she went to the play And he swore in despair At he huge yellow flower That was Ducked in her hair fI OH MY f We think the joke was ratherrash The latest one of Governor B Tp say Who steals my Pert trashg at Ed O Leigh TOLD AND POPULAR FAIR Announcement is made that the Anderson County Fair will be held as usual this year at Laeu ebprg commencing Tues day August 20 andcontinuing until and including Friday Au tad IThis is an old sihoiied fair and deseijyes and should receive the large patronage it always has had The officers are clever and reliable gentlemen GOING DOWN HILL kidneydiseasesfloss of vitality They should lose KidneyCureLonginoor and W McKee Har die i FAqr STAMPING GROUND The high winds of Sunday feucingI IDr W H Blanton and wife of were guests of Mr J G and family last week Mr Samuel Beagle who has been employed at the Frankfort Chair Co as stenographer is quite sick with typhoid fever He is at his fathers Rev T Warn Beagle There were many changes of base among the farming commu lJeingmoving DiedAt the residence of his father near Branhams Mill on Elkhorn March 1st Mr Robert Hawkins aged 25 years of con sumption The remains were taken to Versailles on Sunday for burial visitingfriendsYACOB AN HONEST MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W Waitt of South Gar diner Me I have had the worst coughcolt chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of Ho account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Rem edy is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grip have left me I congratulate the manufacturers of an honest medicine For sale by J W Gayle n i THEIRS TO CASE ESTATE =Mr Jason M Case and his sis ters Mrs Sam McEwqu and Mrs James W Hoffnor are heirs to the celebrated Leonard Case estate at Cleveland Ohio Case died in 1884 leaving an es tate of over 20000000 intestate and without immediate family The matter has been in litigation since then The heirs here are of close kin and think they will come in for a considerable share of the estate SEED OATS FOR SALE North White Seed Oats for sale RoyalMiHs2U1m Do you Cough a Cough or Cold at once Conquers 1IensleCoughit Doctors prescribe it for Bronchi tis Pneumonia and Consumption It gives quick sure reaults Price 25 Refuse the dealers substitute ibis not as ood DJBulls SyrupAlways Dr Bulls Pills euro Constipation and Live Troubles 50 plUs 10 eta Trial box 5 ctsi a 0Corner Main and Lewis Streets I fj THE BEST lGRO ERIES AND LIOUORSJ hT ILOWEST PRICES AT- i ii JOHN DRISCOLLS SATE nr til GAYLE 00 GUY BARRETT IFon IW McKEE HARDIE G B SALENDER IF 1 Norlh Western Limited j fElectric= Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and Minneapolis 1 dayDaylightdailyj t T Night Express 1015 p m daily I Duluth and SJ Paul Fast Mail 10 pm Daily O All Agents Sell Tickets ViaI I Iiill NORTHWESTERN Ry tli The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskern G P T A5 Chica dIiV V yY Y g 7 iY y Y y Y Y U Y U y q zqJ4 l i LeGompte GayleyOo Ii h DRUGGISTS South Side Frankfort Ki ttI 1 OUR NEW JAPANESE ltLTY FISH IN MINIATURE j AQUARIUMS ALL H SIZES ALL PRICES X Sole Agents for Bnckeye I Vapor Bath Cabinet f l A I t iy sl o rOHNSON COi1 311 Iraia t3t a Oif iI t L t t SPECIAL SALE jn fi Special sale Black and Colored Wove Dress ti Goods at just half price All Suits Jackets and Separate Skirts at i i half price to close out stock f J t SPECIAL SALE 1s t 3 2 loch wide French Scotch andsAranYr 7 Gfngham afr qC yardTh y arewo i zo and K25C per yard II L f 11 IIf rrC t IL tSAMI D JOHNSON CO 11 lr1X DEATHS JI K TRUMBOIn this city onSuu jw l uuy afternoon at 580 dclo ofbtwentyeight years of oonsump P it lion t Miss Trumbo was a lovable ti o l a member of the First w Presbyterian Church of this city pJ She leaves a mother four sisters r i Viand two brothers to mourn her placerfa onTuesdoy at 2 oclock and was conducted by Rev J Mc dusky Blayney DDafter which the remains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery MoEWANIn Pittsburg Penn LizzietL McEwan D D Mrs MoEwan was a lovfely woman in every way fc Tender is felt for her bereaved family ys Funeral will take place in tins I madeJj Pi4 r t n Fheaithyianeysf i jl MATRIMONIAL I REYNOLDSENGLISH 4At IFJshervillo Kypn Wednesday March 6th Dr H Gilbert Rey ii Jntilds and Miss Florence Reid j English were rliedIri j f Dr Reynolds was a former res- ident of this oity and is a hand I bme and popular young man The Marriage Problem How to be happy though married has s been entirely to the satisfaction of hundreds of thousands of women f There can be no happiness without health The general health of woman is dependent on the local health of the thererlalceration or female weakness happiness t in marriage is practically A host of that the secret of happiness in marriage is found in the use of Dr Favorite Pre scription It dries the drains heals ul oration and inflammation and cures fe stuale weakness It makes weakwomen strong sick women well Mrs Anna Michigan House North enjoyIngvaluable el I female weakness and other ailments for more adviceArteratz bottles each of Dr Fierce Favorite scription and Golden Medical Discovery I am aow a and happy women Women are invited to consult Dr Pierce privateAddr Manchester Chambrey Ginghams 32 inches wide while they last 12 r2cts yard SPECIAL SALE 100 2 clasp F W L Kid Gloves now 156 2 clasp new Our Own Kid Gloves flow 125 j 175 2 clasp Centemeri Kid Gloves now ff 158 200 i Button Fisk Clarke Flagg Kid Glove now 175 One lot Kid Gloves 35C slightly soiled LJtf t His bride is said to be a beautiful youngvyomah Hearty congratulations are ox tendedSEXTONBICKERS At the residence of Rev Geo Dnreie 104 Main street Thursday March 7 MissIInazellareuceburg Ky- HUKILLMASTERS At the residence of Rev Geo Darsie 104 Main street Thursday March 7 Mr Ralph Hukill and Miss Letha Bell Masters both of this cityWILSONHENDRICKAt the home of the brides father in New York City March 4th Mr Robert Burnes Wilson and Miss Ann Hen drick daughter of Gen W J Hondrick gardenCo are giving a regular 6c package of garden or flower seeds free with every 25c worth they sell Sales of sugar excepted 261t ARRESTED JBYD s MARSHAL JDeputy U S Marshal Con McCarty went to Owen county on Tuesday and arrested t a man by the name of 3il B Salin of Ep that county and brought him to this city Wednesday charged with obtaining a letter and pension check of Wm Cook for 86 fraudulently Saliri was brought before U S Commissioner W G Chapman and held over in 500 houd to the next term of the U S Court SWAPPING PARTIES At the pausions of foreign cities American travelers often have what is termed by them swap ping parties An evening is fixed upon by the guests of the house and each person who wishes to exchange a souvenir of which tho traveler has tired or by chance has bought a duplicate not cared for any longer All packages are placed upon a center table and exchanges are made by those con cerned Who knows but that the citizens of Frankfort at the coming Rummage Sale for the benefit of the Y M 0 A will not only benefit the Association by their patronage ut gain for themselves some much coveted garment shirt waist hat vase or overcoat of which the owner has become tired of and in a moment of generosity has donated FREE LECTURE There will be a free lecture at the courthouse on Wednesday night by Mr Frank A Cattern in the interest of the Chattubua ExpositionSjlb Iitin All are incited to at tend SLIGHTLY MISTAKEN Newspapers throughout the State are having lots of fun at Governor Beokhams expense be cause in his reasons for pardon ing gambler Alvey of Louisville he states that he believed in corn petition in the gambling business and that it was wrong in the Commonwealths Attorney to prosecute Alvey when his rival Wehmhoff had not been indicted Paris Gazette The point is pretty effectually whdnitAlveys rival HAS BEEN in dioted and his trial was only postponed until the April term of court at the earnest request of his attorney Mr Aaron Kohn because he was compelled to be absentCome Brother Stitt give the straight story in this matter Mrs 0 E Van Deusen of Kil bourn Wis was afflicted with stomach and constipation for a long time She says I have tried many preparations but none have done me the good that Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets have These tablets are for sale by J W Gayle Price 25c Sample free- BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE 11041 at 9 a m from St Louis City and entire Northwest to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb PeoriaTheB- urlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains OhicagoFor danyfromFinest Trains in the World tI Chi MinneapolisToeph two trains daily from St Louis or Chicago throughtouristducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday evening also from eveningtheColorado Salt Lake City equippedtrainsWrite for matter descriptive of throughtheW M SHAW- D P A 406 Vine St- Cincinnati O L W WAKELEY- Gen AgentSt HOWARD ELLIOTT Managertf A man named E Presson of Pressonville Kansas wrote a letter the other day saying the opinion of everybody in his town who had used Foleys Honey and Tar is that very best medicine for la grippe colds cough etc South Longmoor and W MoKee Hnrdie RELEASED Jailor Lawrence released four teen moonshiners this week who had served out their terms under sentence of the last term qf e U S Court I iU V H ISILKSi Wash Taffeta Silk 75c yard Wash Taffeta wider 100 yard 750 Taffeta Silks now 6oc yard i lot Taffeta Silks in waist lengths at just half price i i I Pleasant to take II I Laxative SyrupNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS 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 nuot like it better than any other you have tried y ALL DRUGGISTS 25a AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf CLOSING OUT SALE AT WfHIPC ARK t And let us supply your wants in If Tin Ghina Glassware1Afb w TOys CI t d From an entirely new stock Lowest prices tconsistent with goods of BEST 4 QUALIT Ittlw 3 19 Ann Street Next Door to Gayle Vf I Drug Store v irf ITneFrankfort 11ounda nt the postofllce at Frankfort tucks ns second clase mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and FRANKFORT MARCH 9 1901 FRANKFORT BOY PROMOTE- Commander l Todd U S Navy Chapman has keen rxy rooted by President McKinley be a full Captain in the 1Cnpt Todd is the second son the late Capt Harry I Todd is a brother of Mrs S B r f of this city He was to the Ndval Academy by grandfather Hon John J tenden Capt Todd displayed great lantry in the Spanish wart INAUGURATED On Monday the President VicePresidentelect were into office for the next term t the presence of vast crowd people Every thing passed off lCand without a hitch of any k In no other country but cotild a change df officers r tqrms in as high offices sr r plane with as little to disturb mess or with as little fuss over it tv f 4FIREMONDAY NIGHT- IAt 1110xm on Monday nlarhVfroin box 10 called the If boys to the old Nick Flynn on Todd street When the reached the house the whole of roof was ablaze and a stiff blowing By quick work the was subdued with about F damage The building was a house weather boarded andr 1oneof the oldest in the city is the property of Mr W Posey and was insured Vjt Helpt r fv t to cover the lossI I Babies and children need proper food rarely ever medi i tine If they do not thrive f on their food something is I wrong They need a little f Ifihelp to get their digestive f machinery working properly OFflfWT1IHYPOPHOSPIIITES 0FL I cS D x will generally correct this JIdifficulty If you will put from ones fourth to half a teaspoonful- i in babys bottle three or four times a day you will soon see i a marked improvement For j larger children from half to a a teaspoonful according to 1 i age dissolved in their milk f if you so desire will very i soon show its great nourish ing power If the mothers t I mint does not nourish the baby she needs the emul I sion It will show an effect f at once both upon mother land cluldiI Sodand 100 all druggists BOWNp Chemist New York lSCOTT ttttt Ir THE RUMMAGE SALE Let every body attend the Rummage Sale which begin- toMight and will continuo until tonight week It will be held at Hudsons old stand corner Main and St Clair At ee sItiis give under tho auspicesof the Nadia AIr everybody j THE BEST SALVE iN THE WORLD Is Banner Salve It is made from a prescription by a world wide known skin specialist and is positively the most healing salve for piles burns ulcers running sores and all skin dis eases South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie WILL ADDRESS Y M C A Mr John L Amsden of Ver sailles the wellknown ban ko and Sundayschool man will ad dress the mens meeting at th- Y e M C A on Sunday afternoon March 17th This address till b well worth hearing Mr Amsden is a forcible and earnest speaker and his heart is aroused to tho good work he is doing Dont forget it Sunday afternoon March 17th at 880 p m GOING DOWN HILL People suffering from kidney stendYIloss KidneyOure HardieBADLY HURT Little Carroll Parker Lang son of Mrs Carrie Lang was attempting to slide down the banisters at St Josephs Academy on Tues day when he lost his balaucn and foil to the pavement below out ting his forehead and jaw and spraining his right arm Dr H S Keller was called and attended to his injuries He is doing as well as could be expected See that you get the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve when you askfor it The genuine is a certain cure for piles sores and skin diseases South Long moor and W McKee Hardie UNUSUAL WEATHER Sunday opened with an unusual temperature and was su warm that overcoats and winter were discarded About 10 oclock however a high wind arose made things very uncomfortablo b for pedestrians At times it almost approached a hurricane blowing down fences bill boards chimney pots etc Towards night however it lulled again When you are billious use those famous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Risers to cleanse the liver and bowels They- never gripe South Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie ANOTHER KENTUCKIAN PRO MOTED The President has sent in the promotion of Commander Robt M Berry to be Captain in the Navy Capt Berry is a brother of the late Mrs S F J Trabue is well known here where lie has visited his sister and distinguished himself in Corea and in the Spanish war LonnconingMd raliga of the syomacha l indigos tion for years and after the doctors failed to cure him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and after taking- a few bottles of it he soyalilt has cured me entirely I cant say DyspepsiCureSouth Longmoor and SV MpKeo Hardie GOOD PLACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEY- s FOR SALE STOCKS AND BONDS 21 shares of Frankfort Water Company stock nipleistock15 Masonic Temple Bonds 108010 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks RyCO84each ByCoeeach 65 shares Kentucky Rjver Mills stock 80 shares Chpftal Gas Elec trio Light COs sttfok REAL ESTATE 2 storerooms in the Williams Block South Frankfort Ky 800 feet of lots fronting on Shelby street South Frankfort Stoddardr1 livery stable in the Williams KyAbout But limitsea story on it all 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 dwelling on Main street adjoining the property of W S Deboney 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 9tfB A HOME Mr Bacon Robb purchased at commissioners sale on Monday the five room cottage on Short sreet belonging to the estate of the late L W Glore for 410 This is a very comfortable house and has a nice lot It wns bought reasonably cheap Their promptness and their pleasant effects make peWitts Little Early Risesr most popular pills wherever they are known They are simply perfect for liver and bowel troubles South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie BUYS A HOME Mr Root W Noel has pur chased of Mr W W Longmoor the brick cottage known as the Harris Johnston place on the Secondsa nice cottage home liand the price is very reasonable oneThe District chapter offered to giftfrombut as it was the national society from whom it was requested objections were raised The point was debated upon as in fact everything in the entire proceed ings of the congress this year has been torn threadbare by discus decidedre BIRTHS ROBINSON In Woodford county on March 1st to Mr Clifford Robinson and wife nee Letha Duiinigan a s- onKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon strutting the exhausted digestive or gans the latest dl8covereddlge8tr siut ndis No other preparation can approach it in efficiency stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaGrampsand all other results of imperfect Price 50c contains 2 times small Doc bout dyspepslamutledfrce Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Cblcago SOUTH 10NG1VOO- RWlIcKEE HARDIE we lira BeoBivinn Daily EyeIu1 l tnino That is styiisn Dress Goods Silks- Tnrnrnins atf I x We can make you anything you may want in Tailor Made Dresses from the Cheapest to the Best Bargains in Wash Goods Embroideries and LaceseOur stock this spring will be the Largest and MbstgComplete we ever carried Prices and quality guaranteed 3m Weltzal I ODoQQell Ask for copy of Modes and Fabric Magazine Free B A A JUfc UIOver tI JJfAYLOg WHISKEYop BOTTLED IN BOND Vial REST Alt WHISKEYS IS Of TH rrnIlEPRESmfTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COW OF THE REALM OUTAVLORSNINATURisFOttILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR ft SONS DIBTULER8 INCORPORATED FRANKFORT KY Dr Wallace has opened aPri KyforDiseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations or such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tf REDUCED RATES Special redncd rates to California Queen Crescent Route great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and ex cellent train serivQe Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or ad dress vI 0 Rineareon G F4 A Cincimiiti for particulars I 11IM U S- J- J vISEn Ir rr FOR RENT t I offer for rent the storeroom formerly occupied by riioon Birdgo iv street South Side Possea4on- Igiven at once 28tf N F RICHARDSON LINGEJUNGJISLA GRIPPE COUGH G Vaolier 157 Osgood Stdhi cngo says My wife had a vory severe case of the la grippe and it left her with a very bad ooqgh tsHoneymediate relief A 500 bottle cured her cough entirely Pyioe il 250 and 50o a T 1ARSttf 0n Friday night n burglar or burglars viaifcetl the smokeV house ifrMr EtT Roberts on Campbell street South Side and stole a sde of bacon two guns and other arc articles and from thence visited Mr C W Whitelieads place and okaway a set of harness A dose of cold lead would about 4 rtixx the case i II J5 Stoke Olivor Twist children ask for more whenRiven One Minute J Cough Cure Mothers endorse it It antfitevery throat und lung trouble j It is u specific for grIppe andr asthma und has long been a well uown remedy for whooping cough South Longmoor and V Mc Kee HardiertI rri ATHItues Mrs Egbert Stephens left here 1 Monday en route to New York City Her father Mr William JoinedIHer at Ashland KyaJdwent with her to his eon Mr Omer I Wilsons in Washington Oity After leaving her father Mrs t Stephens wont to the train to con l tinue her journey to New York Just before the train left the sad riJk news came to her that her father hack died suddenly of heart die 1 ease The shock was awful Mrs Stephens at once returned to her- brothers and accompanied the remains back to Aberdeen where they were buried Many friends I1 sympathize with the bereft J Hall the poet and tpublisher says that one dose of restoredp1cued to prevent his lecture at Cen tral Music Hall Chicago Noth ling else as good South Long moor and W MoKee Hardie- rr 1FIDES There were two alarms of fire f vu Sunday during the high wind t Just before 12 oclock that morn rI ingun alarm from box 14 called the firemen to a cottage occupied 4by colored people on Second i et near Maroums sawmill f The roof was slightly damaged The second alarm was from box 17 at 8 oclock p m It was a small blaze on the roof of th house of Mr W H VanWinkle onC6nway street By quick ttorlc it was extinguished with small loss A LITTLE KNOWN FACT That the majority of serious cfjgejisea originate in disorder of the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure is1u nru intepdf yoWrViibb feeling well South Longtnoor and W MoKee Hardie j CLEVERMAN DiES Col R Wick Fenwick nigh I clerkat the Capital Hotel an- I everybodys friend died of a porn plication of diseases nt the Kings Daughters Hospital on Sunday r night at U 3O4 oclock aged 05 yellrsCo1 Fenwick as every- onef delighted to call him vas a WU i Willow Furahwrc tad 1S Wicker Ckiiri VhkwcblrtMM fccewao Mitetf kt the- yw fe tfMM4 to look like sex with Gold Dwt fuluag Powder Md Yeret watts Uei eerebblag brush when ttet w bwnss least selled get hnht follow drrWWeettoaj IMdd but must bo wlpsd dry quickly litN =mo9eexo to Slot w RMCMNK MMPANY at art wYrfc gitittn i bravo soldier of the lost cause and a gentle social and companionable gentleman The announcement of his death will parry sorrow to many hearts The funeral took place on Mon day morning from the Church of the Good Shepherd and the re mains were buried in our oeme tery A number of his comrades of the Confederate Army were poll bearers ITO CONNECTING LINES IThis is to advise that commenc J941dmileage locally over its Jine thus abrogating all instructions issued October last relative to the die continuance of the use of this mileage locally over the line such instructions permitting its Use only between St Louis and Evans yule and Louisville We have pleasure in further stating that all outstanding C P A mileage tickest will also be honored over our line locally whether theyc01it9tinrotl8etothis- effect or This is fcr your information and any Instructions you may deem necessary to issue in the matter Yours truly L i IRWIN General P rsenger Agent SMASHED BUGGy While the firemen wero respond ing to an alarm shortly before 12 oclock on Sunday morning the horse of Mr Gilbert H Mae tin which was hitched in front of the Baptist Church became frightened at the fire wagons and broke loose In its alarm it followed after the flying wagons In doing so it brought the carriage to which it was attached in collision with Dr U V Williams buggy and tore off the front wheel of the latter The frightened horse was captured at the end of Bridge street and brought back not having done any further damage The lingering cough following CoughIremedy that gives immediate re suIts Prevents consumption South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie BADLY HURT andeMessrs Win and Alonzo Wells contractors for the new improve ments wore moving the big window in the rear of the store of Messrs R K MolCure Son on Monday the win dp w slipped from the hands of Mr Vm Wells and broke up two long slivers of glass running into the left arm of Mr Dupuy nutting long gashes entirely to the bones Surgical aid was at once rendered by Dr 0 K Wallace and Mr Dupuy is do ing very well FOUNDdMr W H Hawkins our jolly county assessor while at work digging post holes for a fence on his place near the reservoir a short time since dug up an old fashioned flintlock hammer and 1lIomeworla hd work withoutGo1dDst ramow nIlof a gun an iron spancol and aSpnnishooinof the date 1726 the coin being of the value of 1214 cents The coin was only eigh teen inches below the surface while the others were some foot or more deeper in the soil How they came there is the question The stomach controls the situa tion Those who are hearty and strong are those who can eat and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Oure digests what you eat and allows you to eat all the good food want If you suffer from indigestion heartllUrn- belohing or any other stomach trouble this preparation cant help but do you good The most sensitive stomach can take it South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie Restorainvaluable for indigestion and kidney troubles 268t POCKET MAP OF CHINA Latest indexed map of Cbineae Empire with enlarged map of portion of China where difficulty exists and other valuable information relating to present crisis Copy mailed on receipt of two dents in postage by B Khis kern 22 Fifth Ave Chicago Ill j We Ba i Americas Leading Corsets We have over 700 of them in stock Allsizes and different shapes You will findno trouble in getting suited at our store The W B Erect Form Corset is the newest shape made They re tail for 100 We guar antee every corset we sell When you examine our line of Hosiery you will no doubt be convinced that wesell the best goods at the lowest prices We have a special value in Ladies Black Hose 2 pair for 25 cents Our 25 cent Hose are hard to beat 0 K GIN Bio St Clair St at the Bridge 41Ae II I 1 WriNcHESrEFACTORY II I I lit IO iI Rl IlIewRII GeoigeSIefthin Qtlfl EtB Child r t And Go nsI11 CarriagesrWe have just received 50 assort ed Go Carts andIECarriages have them from 435 ups To Quit J Bus uessl7I I offer my entire stock of China and Glass are Stoves and Tinware for Sale atj Oostl s For Cash OnlY No Goods Charged R JOHN T BUCKLEY A Ar A American Steel Farm nctsiCheaper 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 Sowers Brushes Mops Doughkneeders that Make Excellent Beaten Biscuits HARDWARE STAGG BACON MASONIC TEMPLE i Gn1d Filled Case Warranted rte 20 years I i i Cut Showing Back of Watch Open Face Only 1000 I i 1t Are hungry nerves nerves that are starved until they have no vitality left They have lost all power to regain their t natural strength and steadiness You who are restless nervous fidgety depressed inspirits worried wornout and sleepless should feed your nerves Build them up and give them new life and strength before they fail you entirely Now is the time to fi do it aid the best food you can use is Tj brainbuilder of speedy remedy everY Buy tatoini a RELIGIOUS t ASCENSION R L McCready rector F B Wentworth Assistant Holy Communion at 9 a m Sunday Morning prayer and ser mon 11 i m Evening and sermon 780 p m and adult Bible class at 945 a m Lenten services day Thursday and Saturday 480 m Wednesday with Bible Les son and Friday with lecture on church history at 780 m all these services the fare cordially invited Seats free I BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams pastor t a Denverm and 780 m At 8 oclock m there will bo a inasBmeetIng at which Mr Martin thecni ht Mr Martin will the1BibleTeachingsastoHell11A every afternoon at 880 and weekSundayschool chapel at a m Special classes for voung menIchapelSeats invited J CCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor will preach tt II a m and 780 p m subject Josephs Char acter Summed Up the last of the Iseries of ten sermons Christian Endeavor Society will meet in the chapel at 645 Leader Wm Dillon meets Friday ac 380 in the chapel on Wednesday at 780 Topic Renewal The public will be wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The Usual services conducted MajortheLow mass at 780 am High UoCluskyBlayupy preach at 11 a m and 73f11P m at 45 a a Young Peoples Society d Chris i J Watches at Cut PricesNew iOur aim is to increase our Watch Business Here is a special bargain that you should take advantageIof We are offering Elgin and Waltham movements that r V are accurate timekeepers in handsome gold filled cases h that are warranted tow twenty years Ir ff 4knows that and Waltham Watches are re1i bJeIf iv they are not we gIve them place In our stock I The watch here illustrated is a bargain in every sense of l J the worda good watch at much less than regular feYouwill go tar and look long finding to j f t them in value y 1 r r I i C Mt Reliable Jewelers tlI If you buy it at Selberts its good 4+ uIrr lrrrr r r+ r- rssTrembling NervesMy nervousness began in childhood grew worse at college and m the ministry some time I got so bad that the least noise or excitement would makek me tremble all over Iliad sour stomach much severe headache and was trembly most of the time Dr Miles cured my nervousness and made me stronger in every way REV B P La Grange Ga Dr Mites NervineIt is a and nerve strengthener remarkable power and a for r nervous troubles of description a bottle today old Iy sliDragg guarantee Dr Miles Co ESUuutIn EPISCOPALOHURCHRev prayer Sundayschool Tues p p To public p p evening Night CastawayJunior Prayermeeting night cordially tomorrow PImSundlyschool constantly arfor Everyone x shouldnot a price before anything approach A SELllEltT constipation Nervine SEAROY Medical Man Endeavor meets in the Sunday mI even ing at 780 The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 880 ar p m IVmPrayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclockISundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and at 780 p m Sl1ndayschoolatU80 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 To all these meetings then is cordially s Corn at5c per cab at LangdonCreosey Cos 201 CARD OF THANKS Bridgeport KyFeb 81A01 heartfeltImy loving husband in his last illnoss and to those who have kindly as sisted me since I want all to know I feel grateful for it all MRS DELLA JOHNSON A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK Of large sores on my little daughters head developed into a case of scald head writes 0 D Isbill of Morgantown Tenn hu Bucklins Arnica Salve complete- cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25 cents at J W Ghyles Y M 0 A On account of the massmeet tomorIMens Christian Association Kodol Dyspepsia Curie Pfceits what you cat0 IREGULAR BLIZZARD IOn Tuesday night about 7 oclock a regular blizzard struck this city and raged for only about half an hour The snow fell in blinding sheets driven by a fierce wind so that you could not dis tinguish a person across the street ana the eyes and noses of those unfortunate enough to be out were filled full of snow Luckily it soon passed away but it was a hummer while it lasted A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN DI have no hesitancy in recom mending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran a well known and popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping cough and it has always given porfect satisfaction It was com mended to me by n druggist as the best cough medicine far children as it contained no opium orj other harmful drug Sold by J W Gayle Reatora Water improves tho complexion by promoting healthy action of the kidneys and digestive apparatus 208t WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY Theres no rest for those tireless Newybusy curing Torpid Liver Jaundice Biliousness Fever and Ague They banish sink headache drive out malaria Never gripe or weaken Small taste nice work wonders Try them 25c at J W Gayles Headache often results from a disordered condition of the stom bowelsgStomach and Liver Tablets will 1rAItheGnyIej 6 tf ECZEMA 1CURED Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Dis tressing Eruptions on the skin so you companyDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the tikin Prickling Pain in the Skin Pains Swollen JQintsballing Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema nntl impurities and poisons in the blood Take B j B B Botanica Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 30 years Renders of the ROUNDABOUT are advised 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 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given USTFor Bale by W MoKee Hurdle 48ly 2 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anyone Bending s sketch and description nay aqInventiontlons strictly confldontfol Handbook on patenta aent free Oldest for lecurlngpateu Patenta taken through Munn co race peclalnottee without charge lntbo Scientific Hmericatt A handsomely Illustrated weekly Itmett eft eolation of eclcnUtlo Journ lTerml a year Nroit3 t Bold by N wdYea Brandt OtSce625 P St Washington D 0 Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed When yo want something to heal a burn or a sore or a out not Banner Salve wliioh is guaranteed the most healing ointment in the world Take no substitute South fe Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie NOTICE All persona having claims against Mrs Ann Haly deceased are hereby notified to present the same to me proven as re quired by law on or before April 1901 and all persons indebted to her are notified to settle such indebtedness with nre ac her administrator at once JULIA HALY Admr of Ann Haly deceased 28lm Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A remedy for coughs and c dsftJall right but you want some thing that will relieve and euro 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 If not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized coun tries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees Gqrman Syrup It not only heals and stim germdiseasecauses easy expectoration gives a good nights restnnd cures the patient Try one bottle Recom many years by All druggisfe to the world For sale by S B I Question Answered rY- es August Flower still has the J largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers nc fyour grandmothers never thought orIusing anything else for indigestion or r biliousness Doctors were scarce i appendicitis i AuguehFlowerstop fermentation of undigested foodv t 1ulateI of the system and that is all tho9 iIAugust Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly TEARS EXIEIUKHCB WeJ GRUNWALD k1J Professional Piano nnd Tunor and Roo J Frankfort every 80 r days Leave orders r GEORGE H STEHLIN i Dc221y I llDO YOU WAN 11otkind of property Write me with all the particulars as I may be able to help you Ad 475xDecFor Sale A first class bycicle 90 modeb Rambler is offered for sale Apply at this offic- eWANTEDTwo tf reliable traveling I salesmen in each State permanent position and expenses ex perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N 0 2Gmlq fl Good Christmas r Suggestion 1id Wpleasingwe could suggest as a Christ mas gift is the latest improved iJ Cyco Bearing Bissell sweep er How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic life and wheat a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction R Rogers Sons dec1ly v ONSORS O1r COAiND r14 TRIES AT GRAND OONi CLAVEI41 ar The following is the list of the young Indies whohavf bee Chosen as sponsors by tHe several Opmmanderies of Knight Tem I iPlnrs to serve at tho Grand Con oiave in Louisville to be held August Miss Grace Kirk Lebanon r salsa Carrie Rieke Paducah t Mis8 Lizzy Berry Sturgis ir MUs Martha Arnold Madison t 1IMiss Lizzetto Blanton Dickson r t1aris t Miss Lena E Hill Qwensboro iIiss Ethelene Wall Maysville Miss Annie Leathers Loiiis 1i Ivllle iMiss Katherine F Lindsey tt Miss Mary RobinsonCynthiana f Miss Lucy Grubbs Orndorff if1 Russellville t Miss Louise Talyor Bowling Crreen Miss Susie Mills Bartholomew Louisville Miss Jerrie A Weaver Ash nand f Miss Allye Collins FJemiugs burg Miss Julia Hume Higgins Riohmond Miss Susie Bell Cox Hopkins wine e llI w Miss Elizabeth Sarah Fisk Ii tY Coyington 1 Miss Gertrude M Vogt Louis t Ville i t i Miss Sue1 letcalf Lexington Miss Mayme Tipton Mt Ste IiI1A ltngIMiss Bessie Gray Duulp Dan villei Miss Elizabeth Julia Jefferson 1f1 Louisville Miss Sue Soapor Hendersont Miss Florence Sinclair Georg- town v VerIcsailles11 Miss Alice F Behrman New- portr IIrALTHY T T 1A with a of is a marked bigbald H AIR is not the mosttfitmany men in their twenties are This is absurd tand all unnecessary I Healthy shows f strength To build up the from 2the to prevent ana to cure bald ness use man thin head hair man But Too bald hair mans hair roots AWIZIN140 ti It always restores grayhairword always And it cures 190 bottle All drunlu Ily busIness calls me out among deal I would actually feel ashamed every time would take oft my hair spotsSr anIntolithey say It must be a wonderful YXAXLDec Ill andyrequest It do not obtain all the iou expected from the nee of boatftDB J 0 Haas J f D M L6 K While at work excavating for the foundaton of his nev livery stable at the corner of Lewis BowmannGaiues found an old iine jail look It was about six inches square and one inch thick Then port which went through the fastenings of the door was about threefourths of an inch thick The lock was covered with the rust of years It was no doubt a very fine one in its day Just across the alley from the stable lot is where the old juil formerly stood the lot being now occupied by St Johns A M E Ohurch It is not so much what tho newspapers say as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend that lies brought Chdin berlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy into such general use It is as natural for people to express their gratitude after using this remedy as it is for water to flow down hill It is the one rem edy that can always be depended upon whether a baby be sick with Cholera infantnm or a man with cholera morbus It is pleasant safe and reliable Have you a bottle of it in your home For sale by J W Gayle- VALUABLES RECOVERED By tho following dispatches which we clip from the Louisville Evening Post it will be seen that Col Hoge has at last recovered the silverware of which he was robbed some three years since Cincinnati March lEighty five pieces of silverware includ stglenriE Hoge a railroad contractor of Frankfort Ky were recovered in a woods near Batavia Junction Ohio tby four boys who vere hunting in that place The boya found the silverware buried ufao1 an old Two of them tbisecity brought and as tho result of an advertise mont Col Hoge came to this pity yesterday and identified the sil verware The recovered goods were valued highly by the family and Col Hogo had spent A large sum in endeavoring to trace thorn immediately after the robbery three years ago but failed The boys were rewarded TWICE PROVEN = From the Vindicator Ruther fordton N CojThe editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rheu matism in the shoulder from which ho suffered exgruoiating pain for ten days which was re lioved with two applications ofr Pain Balm 6 afflicted and realizing instant benefit andentire relief in a very short time Second in rheumatism in prostrntinghimrelieved by two applications rub= bing wth tle liniment on retiring at night and getting up pain For sale by J W Gayle f KENTUCKY Many hard things are said about Kentucky That is because all tho hard things got into the papers and the good things and the good people are seldom heard from It is thought of as a great whisky State and yet it is a that the State has fortyninq counties in which not a drop of whisky is sold there are men among Kentuckys poli tioiahs who have eY fIe rl1e the taste of the stuff We clip the above from the Indianapolis Ind1 College Av enue Herald edited by Rev W C Taylor D D it isas true as holy writ Earth does not hold truer brayer better people than live to day in old Kentucky God bless her glut atthe same time there are some that His Satanic Majesty might well refuse to allow to enter his dominions They would turn him outof office in less than six months 7 rl r DC es tri 1 famous t ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City N Y A the tow priceAat which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at 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 wbrld 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 J fIdefinite Notice of First Meeting of Creditors United States of America District of Ken tucky In the United States District Court In and for said district Referee District Nols In tho matter of Louis Garnett Choate bank rupt In Bankruptcy No To the creditors of Louis Gnrnett Choate of Frankfort in the county of Franklin fond district aforesaid d bankiupt ayofMarchOhoate was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first mooting of his creditors bo held at tho office of D W Llndoy1T1 tl elfof Frankfort Kentucky on day of March A D nt in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may ntend their claim appoint n trustee examine tho bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly meetingDMar 0lt Ref erep n Bankruptcy Too many people lose valuable time in experimenting with cough and cold cures They should take Foleys HOley and Tar befqre it is too lute South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie f NOTICE Housekeepers Please Rummage For benefit of Y M C A and rot anything you are tired of from a German favor to a tablefrom jj photograph to a shirt vraist7and send to the committee of ladies devoting their time to the good cause at corner Main and St Clair streets NIGHT WAS HER TERROR I would cough nearly all nightlong writes Mrs Ohns Apple gate of Alexandria Indandcould hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit bloOQbut when all other medicines failed throe 1 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its abso lutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 60o and free at jW Gaylesdragstore f t PLYMOUTH AND PITTSBURGH COAL I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal of y the best quality Leave your orders while it is large Rind clean and they shall have my personal attention r HogeCoal and Feed Company 1daN IW H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No7 Blue Grass miseries SPRING 1901 Frnlt and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Small Froth Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Prices right we pay no agents but sell direct to the planter General Nursery and Special Strawbery catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Mar 28m Phone 279 FOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesFlour Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TOW e Je SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Shipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 25iT NOTICE RlEmmafRobtAll persons having claims nia nst M D b r appearbeforethe same to me proven ns required by law oN r or before April 1st 1001JOHN S HARROD 12llm pedal Commissioner FOC NOTICEa COURTRvs Rose Thornton c Defendants All persons claims against the cetit nobofledor present the same to mo proven as require by law on or before April st POBRY2Hm 0 NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Edmouia Blacks Admr Plaintiff T8 SalUo Welsigor c Defendants All persons having claims against the estate of Edmonia Black deceased are hereby noM i Sod before me and provo btlayJOHN S HARROD 24lm Special Commissioner F 0 0 s fOUWEARA m If so lot mo fit you All kinds Guar4tnntlld Prices right GAYLE Druggist Cor Ann and Broadway FrankfortKytW rtff 1 = cQti1 IIL NEW ENGLAND CONSEflVA TORY OF MUSIC Boston Mss Feb 4 1001 My dear Editor WQ have been having such happy times here in the conserva tory that I feel as ifI would like for llof my friends to know I about them and I could think o no way in which I could reach so many of thorn as through the paperIrather than at the beginning last Monday as afternoon the Beneficent Society held its nrst annual meeting here he in Sleeper Hall This society was organized for the purppse of giv ing financial aid tu talented pupils who might need it It numbers among it members of Bos tons most prominent and inihi en tial people and has for its president Mrs Mary A Livermore She has just passed her eightieth birthday and though her power ful frame is somewhat bent wit the passage of the years which have been so full of effort for her and the beautiful wavy flair which lends the needed softness to her almost masculine features is quite white she was promptly in her place and presided with thetc qbirrigtitThe feature of the exercises was an address delivered by Miss Car ra olin Hazard the president o Wellesley College Miss Hazard is a large hand some woman of the brunette typedShe was dressed very almost plainly doubtless from of preference certainly not from on necessity since she is poseessed of quite a fortune Her paper on the benefits derived fr6m musical is training was full of good things expressed in the most elegant EnB gush and she won instant atten by her unusually sweet voice Ition unassuming manner After I exercises the ladies adjourned to the parlors and a number of us arrayed in our most becomin sere1i se V olate and cakes Among the rest1 ve noticed one little lady partie ularlyy She was such a short stout little lady with a kind face from which beamed two of the merriest black eyes aid she was robed withal in a black velvet gown which was undoubtedly elegant even if it was made long ft before the regular sleeve was tdreamed of On inquiry we fou- lpr d was the rich Mrs Whitou who had just given sixty thousand dollars to the new obser it f vatory for Wellesley which beam her name Our promptress Miss Ie Perkins of whom we are all s fond said she knew Mrs Whito- would be delighted to meet us tho of course we felt that the pleasure was all ours She intro a duped us by States which hays pened to be Kentucky Indiana Minnesota Louisiana which amused the little lady very much t t mild her eyes twinkle even more F Wo asked bor to tell ns something iaHout Miss Hazard which pleases g eatJy She said Miss Hazard was born and lived much of her JJt time in the little town cf Peace Maje Rhode Island where her 1ttI large manufacturing to 1f fr interests After completing her t1 eduoation which was ofcourse of the best Miss Hazard instead t ofgiving her life up to selfoul 1 tare turned her attention to help Ui irtg the poor girls whose lives were simply shut withiif the dingy walls is k fathers factory She or aFa gauized a kind of choral society t which grew and improved until V they were able to give oratories with the assistance of some mem hers of the Boston Symphony Or ChQ bro and such soloists a Gevilyn Miles Other manufac- Luring or r towns have followed Miss l tilt t Hazards example so she has rosily opened the door into a new life for this n large class of New Englands population Mrs Whiten told us many interesting things about Wellesley but I can not tell you about them now for want to tell you of another treat- f we have had this year of a differ ent character It was the visit of Victor Herbert and the Pitts Mr Herbert is popularly known the composer of the Singing Girl and other bright operas but is also known to the musical world as one of our leading sons ductors and a composer of better music They gave us a delightful concert with some of Mr Her berts clan compositions for en sores All of our illustrious face ulty came in n bodyand occupied the front rows which was a sight worthseeing and the girls ex prehdollar bunch of American beauties To show his delight ho broke off one perfect bud and put it on his button hole Of course it was just the proper thing to do but an involuntary sigh went up see all that beautiful stem a yard of it wasted but is life in the N E CIJust one more experience I have tofthe Symphony on a ticket that had been left at the box office for use of some conservatory stu ent The name on it was that a certain Pillsbury who lived Beacon street You may have heard of the Pillsbury flour and you must know that Beacon street one of the most aristocratic streets in all Bostons high toned Bay District which is saying a great deal On arriving at the soul indicated whom should find next to me but Mr Pills bury himself At least I was quite sure of it for he immediately congrvatory and I knowing just what manner of person he was or ought to be wearing such a name and living in such a placeanswerrid him quitexcivflly Tile conversa tion continued about music and various interesting things which proved my companion to be quite well informed about evjry tiling both here and abroad We were looking over the Symphony book and came to a composer whow was born iii 1805 I remarked that thattuns an eventful year in our history to which he repliedthat was a very successful one for the Yankees and I responded Yes and a disastrous ono for UB seenocouldnonly say Indeed After a few moments he continued Frbm which Southern State do you come may I ask I BaidUVby the one which is supposed to have the worst reputation in the Union j guess Then I held my breath until he saidWhyNorth Carolina You cant imagine how relieved I was and when he guessed South Carolina the second time I felt so much encouraged that I very promptly told him Kentucky Then he proceeded say many nice things about the dear old State also that he thought John G Carlisle and Chief Justine Harlan came very near being among the greatest 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