You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Frankfort Roundabout: n. Saturday, March 16, 1901. Frankfort Roundabout. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images George A. Lewis, Frankfort, KY 1901 fra1901031601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Frankfort Roundabout: n. Saturday, March 16, 1901. Frankfort Roundabout. George A. Lewis, Frankfort, KY 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J t ffI ttJtlt I i t 1fr if t THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Z GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advan111 S TOL XXIY FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH 16 19JL NO 27 lr t J PRIVATE JOHN ALLEN I The tour which tlvit really skr ling actQrMr CluirltR Hnnford is now filling with PO inch situ in is some respects the mofc remarkable of his earner Mr II nil ford has long been known wherever Shakespeare is admired and he I has charmed his audience both in heavy parts such as Marc Anthony moil in thoso which ft offered now and thou a shade of comedy In spite rf this vorsa tility there was no suspicion until ntelllforsnlnngt I1 stil tAd conversation of modern everyday folk This he has done in his new play Private John Allen written by Mr Lee I Arthur The prppnnt production is mad1 t on an elaborate and pjcnanpivH I scale und is the result of ininli 111Hanfordment in Washington D C Mtv no doubt in Mr Hanfords mil as to the merits of Private John AllenrThe play tells a etory of the Southnot a conventional melo dramatic story of a love affair between a man IInllj lIfliridyllic qualities Private John Allen is full of soulstirring sitoj nations The plot fa an intricate one and develops one situation JUPiclitYIIstruotipn Miss Marie Drofnah froeIB9 the lending feminine teen received with the TRY AND KEEP THEM J Concluded enemyibut for the ftfatepy of the Hank attack the A morion n arms must have suffered Two pieces of ar tiller helped to the grout route They dropped deadly shells at critical times and when tin vie tory was see uPj1n loaded field pike of the onenjiy WitS found with primer attached the terror t organIW Koeno McLpnnTylorHanford d Company TamesKidder Companynd Hanford A winsome jpor onaliby and extraordinary tal out eminently adapt her to the role she assumes in this production The company has been carefully selected with a view t securing a correct portrayal of the types introduced in the play which range from the comic to the heroic The cast is as fol luwer Juhn Allen familiarly known as Private John Allen Mr Charles B Hanford Hon Alexis Lemmee a Gandi- idate for Governor Mr Walter Montague MricinirleaCol Nut Stone Owner of Oaddo Parish Livery Stable Mr Daniel Murphy Phil Stone the Colonels son Candidate for District Attorney Mr Thomas Solon Billy Wusson a Country Justice of the Peace Mr John H Burnett Lem Blackmail a Lawyer Wm LnVellof Uncle Si Mr Allens Servant Mr John W Bankson Bessie Stokes Miss Helene Nel eonMiss Mildred Allen Daughter of John Allen Miss Eloiso May Covey Rai Wnd north Daughter of Major Wadsworth Miss Clara Baker Ruth Blackman SisterInLaw of Loin Blackmail Engaged to John Allen Miss Moire Drofnah Mr Hanfords ongagment in this city is announced for Monday night March 18 1901 stricken rebels having lacked the courage to touch it off Official records show that in this enooun tar tho insurgents lost 55 killed ninny wounded 150 prisoners wagons horses caraboas and can non Colonel Dullards casualties wore four wounded The inspiration for this attack Inns rest in tho fact that Colonel Builard had received information thai tho old votearn General tlllonghOnviteit essential that lie should have WI an open field to cooperate with him Albeit he secured the open field pursued the enemy eighteen miles scattered it as thoroughly as Wellington did the hosts of Bonaparte at Waterloo and in short he was monarch ofn11 he surveyed General Otis in official dis patch said You did right to attack but should not have pur sued him so far Just what the General meant by so far is not altogether clear because there has not been any considerable band of the enemy in that region of the country since This sortie and chafo gave the regiment a sobriquet it will weir in his torBu Hards American In dians and it will wear it as be comes all heroes of tho Philip pines Regimental Conquests Six severe fights followed in rapid succession San Cristobal River Carmona Viga Bridge San Diegointerspersed mishesfand brilliant dashes The months of January and February were replete with victories and captures 850 square miles of tropical territory having been traversed containing a population of over 100000 people all accom sixtydaysin the ranks of Filipino soldiery and in the capture of supplies arms ammunition horses cattle and transportation facilities Well may it be said that this engendered great hatred against the invading foreigner on tho part of resident natives both in arms and otherwise It was but natural indeed that this foreign peo regimuntIgradually melted away under the warm hearts of Col Builard and justicoThe marches intermitting the fights mentioned were of the most arduous character Many times the brave men of the regiment went on short rations and Gen Schwan was very felicitous in open expression to Col Builard and his men He said The regiment formed a part of the ex peditionary brigade under my command that the object of the column to which it belonged was the destruction of the enemy in parts of the provinces of Cavtte and Laguna and in the provinces of Batangas and Tayabas that the insurgent organizations of the territory were intact and had been loenforced by accessions from the northThe work of tho expedition was practically accomplished gratifyingcellent work of your regiment It involved long marches under a tropical sun the marches mostly over the roughest conceivable trails frequently interrupted by porformed f food which most of the time had to be carried on the persons of the men Your regiment participated in the capture of Lipa the skirmish incident thereto and the brilliant dash to Rosario also in the march to and capture of Batun igas the rapid march through hos tile country to Rosario and thence to San Pablo the engagement at San Diego Hill where Longhornes battalion formed part of tho ad vance guard and fought a stub born enemy intrenuhod in a com manding position for two hours winning the fight The capture of Uagcarlang Lilio and tho mountain stronghold of Majayjay capturedMnjayjny man by man by a rope into a loop cavern They pulled themselves up by vines on tho opposite side taking the enemy by surpriso in the Hank of the trenches and thence time long march by justly doomed impracticable trails fur Continued on page 8 t Eclipsed All sales held heretofdre in Frankfort have been totally eclipsed by our sale of the Hudson stock The values are supreme and many bar gains are yet left fL 60c They sold for 100 and 150 1h 69c 647 I 150 IFancyChoice of all remaining Oxford Mufflers t IThey sold at 100 and 150 Any 1000 Suit in the Hudson IStock at this price IanyIAges 3 to 16 l A now shipment of Spring Styles of Ladies Ideal Kid Shoes this week Lace and ButtonyPPlea 441 ct 350 1 Ha K1 McClure Son I i I 212214 ST CLAIR STREET I IL IiIC J Irtt m kf 0 r i 1fr I i ltil r J tr J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL i SAFFELLS t- S if Staple and Fancy Groceries 01- N 4 t 4- w China and Glasswarex Fine Wines and- Whiskies 4r 111 N w- Jt lp v rWe ask our city and country friends to callrwtr x at 212 Ann Street and inspect our goodsw ftrteMSaffeSiSon ir s f f Iatfl l Iz v = j lit or I r II tf Ii Dry Goods Dress Goods SilksifJTrimmingS Tailor Suits Carpets Mattings and Rugs in exclusive designs liK Best Goods Reasonable PricesIWe Invite Your Inspection i a i J jt t1r t st W S FARMERPERSONALS ofGeorg n Lawrence Miss Stella Wilmot visited friends in Louisvillo this week Mrs Mary L Blakemoro of Ve sallies was the guest of her siste- irrs W S Farmer week Mr Thos J Jett has moved to S the residence of Mrs A J Gra Lam on Shelby street Mrs A J Graham has moved to lier cottage on Second street tw doors from Murray Mrs Grant Green jr of Now York city is tho guest of her pa Tents Col John F and wife Ann street Mrs C F Dorsey of Crescent Rill was the guest of her sister Mrs J Gray McLean this week Mrs G L Willis of Shelbyville 2 was the guest of her sister Mrs J Gray McLean on Saturday Mrs J Gray McLean entertained on Friday evening in honor of her sister Mrs Robt Robinson One hundred and fifty guests were pros ont The colors were green an z goldMrs R B Pusoyi of Elizabethl town is the guest of Hobson Shelby street South Side Miss Nora Miller of this office i spent Sunday in Lexington the guest of relatives t Mr Leo L Oberwarth left for New York City Saturday to visi his mother Mr Richard C Head of Stamp ing Ground was the guost of his sister Mrs Will Combs on Sun- dayr Miss Margaret A Lewis was th- guest of her Mr Goo W pbewis Jr in Louisville this week Col W G Simpson visited at his old home in Owen county this week Mr Albert H McClure went to la Morgan county on business Monday Mrs Geo M Adams of Winchester is the guest of Mrs John F Davis Ann street 1 isMrs W C Bxfckner and cbij f dren of Shelbyville are guests her parents Col F Davis wife Ann s reet Mr Dudley Watson of Brooklyn N Y attended the burial of his sister Mrs Wm L McEwan on Sunday Miss Clara Crutchor of Duckers is visiting her aunt Mrs Goo A Lewis streetmMrs W L Cannon and child of Midway are the guests of her brother Mr Geo F Berry Miss Christine Bradleyof Lancas ter who has been the guest of Miss Mary Gray has returned home County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was here this week Mr J Andrew Cain and wife of Versailles attended the funeral of her brother Mr Hunt MoEwan on Monday Misses Jessie and Bertha Coke of Louisville visited friends and atives in this city and county th first of the week Miss Katie McCarty of Chicag- Ill was the guost of Miss Lena Scott this week Capt C C Calhoun of f ton was in tho city Thursday Col Jas A Scott and Mr jltoScott have rturned from New Mrs Cornelia Bush has returned from a visit to her son Mr Sum Bush at Beechmont Mr Frank Heoney has returned from New York City Miss Bottle Craig of Danville is t the guest of Mrs E L Samuel Mr Geo SWatson who is attending Center College was called hereby the death of his aunt Mrs W k L McEwan Mr Will T of Shell byville was in the city Thursday Mr Goo L Barnes who has Jbeen visiting relatives at Bowling y has returned Judge E C ORear was called to Mt Sterling by the death of his mother Mrs Sibba ORear on Wednesday Col W M Cravens of New Casitie was in the city Thursday Mr George Hieatt of Henry- r county was hero on Thursday- r Mr Carl Schmidt will play two of his greatest numbers at the of the Capital Theatre n t month Mr and Mrs F P Atherton attended the Theo Thomas concerto in Louisville on Tuesday evening Miss Grizelda Scottof Lexington is the guest of Miss Mary Hendrick Swigert Col Jas E Stone of Louisville was here this week Col Geo G Fetter Public Printer of Louisvillo was here Thursday Mr M R Hamlin and wife and daughtdr little Miss Virginia M of Mt Sterling visited the family of Mr James S Ledridgo this week Miss Gertrude B Ledridge has SteedMr Everett Gates who preaches the Christian Church tomorrow- is the soninlaw of Rev Dr B B Tyler formerly the beloved pastor of the Christian Church in this city e Prof Gates has been for several years a member of the Faculty of Chicago University tRestora Water insures healthy kidneys 208t BEAUTIFUL eThe spring opening of Mr W S Farmer at his now store Main and Lewis streets was a great success The beautiful store was crowded with customers from the early morning until late at night Tho goods shown were beautiful qualities superior and at very moderate prices The ladies were especially pleasedI LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH G Vaoher 157 Ofgood St Chicago says My wife hada very severe case of the la grippe and it left her with a very bad coughw aHoneymediate relief A 500 bottle eerCOMING HOMEce ceByGaines to his mother wo learn that by the 89th U S Volunteer Infantry will sail today from Manila on their way back to San Francisco Cal It will take about two months to reach home IDr Wallace has a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky Chroniceadjoining counties having cases treatgfacilities for giving can send them this institution For terms Dr Wallace Frankfort 1J tf- WANTEDPUPILS IN LATIN AND GREEK Will take a private class in Latin and Greek on reasonable terms Applyat Southern Presby terian Parsonage on Third street MISS ELIZABETH C CROW 27Bt FancyTablecents a can at LangdonCreasey Cos 27lt ADVERTISED LETTERS Below will be found the list of advertised letters for the week end March 23 1901 Alexander T W Allison Ezra Atwater Mabel Baker Oharlie- Barnett R W aBell Frank Camel Wm Miss Belle Chapline Mrs Amelia Clinds Richard Collins Jerry Combs Simon 2 Cranton Harry Crutohor Mr and Mrs Rybert Darnell Mrs Drue Ellis Mrs Anna M Empress Skirt Co Flynn B A Frazier H C Gibson J B Gregory Willie Grim th Miss Rassey Hulett Samuel Jones Mrs Allie V Kooly Wm LccIJohn W McDonald J E Mnritn Miss Winfred Minton Matt Mitchell Richard Mullinix John Neal Miss Emma North LQO Penn Miss Willie Pierce Wm Rorter E D Earners Miss Mont Powell John Quire Miss Lulie 2 Roberts J H Roibnson Lauar Ruth Geo M Sargent Scott Scan land Howard Spindler John Miss Florida Teacher District No1 The Calumbias Triplott Wm Venia Miss Lillian Wallace Mies Pearl Willis Ed H Wolf Miss Lillie When calling for those letters please say advertised- S B Holmes Postmaster AN HONEST MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W Waitt of South Gar diner Me says I have had the cough cold chills and grip nd have taken lots of trash of account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Rem is the only thing that has done good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills and grip have left me I ratulute the manufacturers of honest medicine For sale J W Gayle and South Lougmoor wSEED OATS FOR SALE North White Seed Oats for sale at 85 cents per bushel at Royal Mills2Ulm kullsCOUGH I cures Coughs Soro Bronchitis Grippe Pneumonia ana all 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 50 only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont be im Refuse tho dealers substitute 1 it Is not as good as Dr ulhs Salvation cures Rheumatism Aches and Pales 18 3rf ctIJ itp N Ii Corner Main and Lewis Streets jj GODND SPEGIDLSJlL J g1 Commencing Tuesday March 19thand continuing until Saturday March 23 inclusive a special sale of Dress Goods Silks Embrr cries Domestics and Prints will take place at Heeney Dry Goods Emporium BroadraySpecial t ion will be shown and the judicious and economical buyer will have an opportuf t nity to inspect and select rare values in high class at Greatly Reduced Prices A few Exceptionally Good Bargains I are tL 7aAll27 inch Black Taffeta Silk 79c former price IOO ti Fancy Taffeta bilks 65c former price cjoc and ioo tf Fancy Foulards 47c former price 65C Fancy Foulards 39C former price 50C 5 White Check Muslins 754c former price f IOCi r i Lonsdale and Masonville Cotton 7c Hope Cotton 6 34c Turkey Red and Indigo Blue Prints 473 r cfOur entire line of Mens Shirts must be closedout at 500 were 75c 100 and 125 We are showing the largest line 7 of Embroideries ever brought to Frankfort and will offer some rare bargains A large assortment of patterns to select from Special great value in 72 inch Damask Table Linen at 75c formerly was 100 All are cordially invited to attend this sale whether they wish to buy or not No trouble to show goods and polito and courteous attention to all Remember place rLPJaJLkdlway t Ta L E3ESTij- ROOERIIANFIIQUOhS LOWE81T PRICKh ii JOHIVBRISCOLLSi Jl NorthWestern Limited Electric = Lighted 20th Century Train For St Paul and MinneapolisL- eaves Chicago 630 p m every day Daylight Train leaves Chicago 900 a m daily Night Express 1015 p m daily Duluth and St Paul Fast Mail 10 pm Daily J All Agents Sell Tickets ViaICHICAGO r NORTHWESTERN rBY The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth Address W B Kniskern Q P TV Chicagoi um B D rbiiir di aa ITT MEaia fitynu SPECIAL SALE Soecial sale Black and Colored Wove Dress priceYAll S sits Jackets and Separate Skirts at hah po ce to close out stock- SPECIAL SALE 32 inchwide French Scotch and American Ginghams at 90 yard They are worth 20 and 25c per yard r AIVJD JOHNSON qb1=f ft DEATH- SPOLSGROVEOn the Weed Side on Tuesday morning Mr Henry grove aged 24 years of typhoid fever The funeral Servians werecon duoted at the residence of his cousin Mr 0 B Polsgrove onI Wednesday and the remains were buried at Antiooh rJAMESAt the home of her 4 mother Mrs Martha R George near Lees Summit Mo on Fri day March 8th Mrs Mary T James aged about 85 years Mrs James was the grand daughter of the late Mr Wm M ITodd and daughter of the late Mr Richard B George She leaves one daughter Her death t was due to la grippe She was a member of the Presbyterian Church The funeral and burial took place on Sunday ONANAt his home nenr Polsgrove this county on Tues day Mr Geo ONan aged about 55 years Mr ONan was a prominent and popular gentleman The funeral took place from the resi dence on Wednesday after which the remains were buried in the Campbell Steele burying ground McE WAN At the residence of Mr L Frank Johnson in this city on Sunday last Mr Hunt McEwttii son of the late Wm TON THE MM All the time eating irregularly sleeping irregularly exposed to every disease latent in bad cooking or poor food thats a summary of the traveling- mans life The is stomach trouble that gen eral term which covers various forms and stages of disease of the of di gestion and nutrition The traveling man cant J avoid the troubles which spring from his business 1 lIe can ravoGlstomach trouble J If Dr Pierces Golden J Medical Discovery is used when the early symptoms of de ran cment of the stomach manifest- themselvesthe cure siliMll will be quick and radical But even if the disease has become chronic the Discovery will cure ninety eightItimes out of every anffaithfullvMr Ned Nelson the ebrated Irish comedidn and mimic of 6k Camden N writes awe fulfilled an engagement of twelve weeks and the con taut traveling me a bad touch of that dreaded disease called dyspepsia I had tried everything possible o cure till last Dljoutheaterr DiscoveryIFree Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages 700 il lustrations is sent free on receipt of stamps to cover expense only Send 21 onecent stamps for stampsfordress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N iI1ql Manchester Chambrey Ginghams 32 inches wide whilethey last 12 i2cts yard SPECIAL SALE ico 2 clasp F W L I id Gloves now 890 150 2 clasp new Our Own Kid Gloves now 125 175 2 clasp Centemeri Kid Gloves now Xi58 200 i Button Fisk Clarke Flagg Kid Glove now 175 One lot Kid Gloves 35c slightly soiled MiEwan Esq aged about 40 years consumption Mr McEwan had not been confined to his bed but was out on the streets Saturday and the end unmarIIThe funeral services were oonI by Rev J R Savage of the Methodist Church on Monday morning and the remains were placed in the family lot in our cemeterySHEPARDAt her residence on Broadway this city on Mon day afternoon at 8 oclock Mrs Mary T Shepard wife of Mr Sam S Shepard aged 42 years of consumptionMrs was a beautiful amiable and earnest Christian having been a member of the Bap tist Church from her young womanhood Her maiden name was Gouge In early girlhood she was married to Mr Shepard and their union had been an ideally happy one each as devoted and thoughtful as though jtrst united Several children were born to them but only one Miss Flora Belle has been spared to them she being about 16 years of age just blooming into a lovely young womanhoodMrs had lived in this city quite a number of years Mr Shepard being a clerk in the Reg isters Office and afterwards in the Auditors Office under Auditor SweeneyFrail and delicate at all times her health had steadily failed for the last year confining her to her home the greater part of the timeBut though the flesh failed she knew in whom she had believed and when the grim summons came she met him with undaunted spirit ready to go hence and be at rest The funeral services were con ducted by her pastor Rev M B Adams from the First Baptist Church at 280 oclock on Wed nesday and the remains were carried to her old home at George town for interment on the 840 F 0 train We knew Mrs Shepard and admired hor for her gentlo and lovely character To the sadly bereft and broken hearted husband and orphan daughter we tender the sincerest sympathy MATRIMONIAL HARPERCROCKER InPitts burg Penn on Tuesday evening Col1t Geo B Harper General Superintendent of the Frankfort Cincinnati Railway and Miss Hallie Neal Crocker were married Idly Rev Dr Kumler of the East Liberty Presbyterian Church This happy event was noted by us in advance The bride is said to be as splendid a woman as I George Harper is a man and thate enough for any one to say They will be at homo on Shelby street after April 1st Mrs C 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 Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets have These tablets are for sale by J W Gayle Price 25o Sample free- BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 0 a m from St Louis for Kansas and entire North west to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from Chicago and PeoriauThe BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex press For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains ChicagoForNorthwest several trams daily from Chicago and St Louisurfhe Finest Trains in the World Chicago to St Paul and Minneapolis To Omaha Kansas City St Jos eph two trains daily from St Loiiis or Chicago throughtouristducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednesday eveningalso from Chicago every Monday evening the route is via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City equippedtrainsWrite for matter descriptive of throughtheW M SHAW DP A 406 Vine St- Cincinnati O L W WAKELEY Gen AgentStLouis HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager tf St Louis Mo HONORED PHYSICIAN DEAD Dr Stephen F Ganc one of the oldest and most highly hon ored and beloved physicians of Georgetown died at his home in that city on Tuesday aged nearly 94 years Dr Gano was an upright Chris tian gentleman of the old school When we were but a little boy he was enjoying a fine reputation for ability and conscientiousness a physician He represented Scott county in the Legislature while the war was in progress He died as he had lived a devoted Chris tian He had been a member of the Baptist Church about 75 years REDUCED RATES Special reducd rates to Califor nia Queen Crescent Route great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and ex Queentdress W 0 Rinearson G P A Cincinnati for particulars SILKS Wash Taffeta Silk 75C yard Wash Taffeta wider cwioo yard 75C Taffeta Silks now 6oc yard i lot Taffeta Silks in waist lengths at just half priceF In Pleasant to ktke1 Laxative rv Syrup INATURES 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 Sour money will bo 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 AT NOAIS ARKy I And let us supply your wants in Tin China Glassware Toys c1rFro- man entirely new stock Lowest prices consistent with goods of BEST H QUALITY k 339 Ann Street Next Door to Gayles r Drug Store b r jBFrankfort RoundaIJDut Entered at tho postoffice at Frankfort Ken tacky ns secondclass muilnblc muttorI two A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 16 1901 DEATH OF PAT McDONALD ESQrAfter months of great suffering kr11Ir Pat McDonald sr laid ThursdaytMcDonald was born r sed and l tspent his life of about 5 years inn r this city He was a printer by f trade having learned the business 4 tin tiho old Yeoainn Office under of the late Col S I M Major SFor many years he was a nag jt JBtratq iu this county and mader ir nine of tho most intelligent and faithful that ever the i Iboncht Ho was eminently a man of af Fairs and had acquired a compeI f tence his own unaided exer tionsJii l He hud while a magistrate tr3tudied law and wns admitted to jthe bar doing a very considerable tamount of business largely how 1over of office practice iY fIn Septembei 1886 he estab Wished tho Western Argus a weekly Democratic paper in this city and edited it with vigor and Bettingr ThinIs all right if you are too fat andall wrong if too thin already 41at enough for your habit 15I healthya little more or less is nogreat harm Too fat consult i a doctor too thin persistently r thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil- There are manycauses of gcf r tting too thin they all come under these two heads over work andunderdigestion Stopoverwork if you can s but whether you can or notj take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you j can Theres a limit however 3 youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for Ccant eat unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strong without some sort ofactivity The genuine has I this picture on it take no have not triedit send f- orlfree sample its a greeable taste will surprise u SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists11 409 Pearl Street New York t sOc and 100 all d gglst1 rar fiIl TUESDAY mARcH 19TH 1901 Our beautiful new Spring Stock is now ready for your inspec tion We respectfully invite you to call and look at our line of Dress Goods Silks Trimmings ctWeitze1 cYlDcxiaiielLo r ability His views were decided emphatic and he had the courage to advocate them at all times Ve have been associated with Mr McDonald since boyhood and our relations have always beer pleasant and cordial When a young man Mr McDonald was married to Miss Ann his boyhood sweetheart and their union has been a very happy and congenial one Two children were born to them Miss and Mr Pat McDonald jr and they together with his heartbroken wife are left to mourn an indulgent and loving husband and father Besides the immediate family- he leaven one brother Mr Johii McDonald jr of this city and one sister Mrs Ann Buckley oi Louisville The funeral services will be con ducted by Rev Father Tom Major at the Church of the Goud Shepherd at 2 oclock today and the remains buried in the fam ily lot in the Catholic Cemetery To the bereft we tender our sincerest condclonce THE STEWART HOME We are in receipt of a copy of the history and catalogue of the Stewart Home located near Farmdale formerly the noted Ky Military Institute a private institution for the care training and education of children who are backward and of feeble devel opment mentally as well as for the treatment of persons suffering with nervous diseases Dr John P Stewart is a thor oughly qualified physician abreast of the times in his science and was associated with his lamented father in this instituton until the tatters death There are quite a large number of persons now at this Home and it is very successful in its workThe catalogue is from the press of the Geo A Lewis publishing House and is a well executec piece of work SUCCESSFUL OPERATION On Sunday last Dr E E Hume assist 3d by Drs John South am A S Minnish operated upon r lad named Lester 0 Marshall ton of Mr Chas S Marshall of this county and removed two or three pieces from the left thigh bone which had become diseased with tubercular degeneration The little fellow was under anros thetios about half hour The operation was highly successful and the lad is doing splendidly rLOTS OF GOOD FISH As Benson was running out Sunday morning tho highwater forced a big lot of fish who were striving to get into clear water out to the banks and a great many fine ones were caught Sev eral bass weighing five pounds Ij and others of other kinds were landed The water ran across the river at least two feet higher than that in the river Porf Ivison of Louaconing Md suffered terribly from neu raliga of the stomach and indiges tion for thirteen years andafter 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 snys 1 Jt has cured me entirely I cant say DyspepsiaCure South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN Oil Saturday night Mr Dock Halmhuber of Farmdale came to town and hitched his horse on the street while he was attending to some business matters When he returned to the place at which he left his horse and buggy they were gone and Mr Halrahubdr has failed to find them Their promptness and their pleasant effects make DeWitts 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 Y M 0 A TOMORROW Mr J L Amsden of Versailles has again been secured to address the mens meeting at the Y M C A for tomorrow afternoon at 880 oclock Mr Amsden is a clear and forcible speaker All men like him lodolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or It is the latest dls t antandtouic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency stantly and permanently cures Flatulence Indigestion Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampsand all otherresults of imperfect PrlcoMc and size contains 2 times small size tall about dyspepsia ma Icdtr Prepared byE C DeWITT a co CblcaflO SOUTH LONGMCO i W McKEE HABDIE S vt IOver Lark Ith1AYLO WHISKEYOP p BOTTLED EN BOND Tna All WHISKEYS IS MATUKE THE TIm THE ITS riErfs GUARANTEED AS THE COiM OF THE REALM REP iS ILtijT trOR E H TAYLOR JR SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY 30TH DISTRIBUTION Tfie Lexington Real Estate and SayI iUgs Go FEBRUARY 26 19Ql COUPON FTjm 580883 nountofReserve Fob 10DL 1040215 50300 Coupons Cancelled jB3dgeAy Phrrill GROWTH Amounts Paid Certificate September 081 80 October 1669 44 November 1898 5024 JU December 1898 7811 68 January 1899 89fif 86 February 1899 11768 74 199 M7H8 19 1899 17510 79 May 1899 t 20642 83 Juno 1809 24232 79 July 20614 89 August 1899 80381 16 September 1899 83642 96 November 1900 11C661 January 1901 126417 70 SEE SES Iris HOW alr IT 1 Fund by JA 4P OUR Holders to 18U8 March April 85 October 1893 86691 22 November 1899 40869 5jDecember 1899 45851 45 January 1900 50846 64 February 1900 t 55722 76 March l900 60982 84 April 1900 68142 94 May 1900 77109 28 Juno 1900 84207 56 July 1900 909l6 71IAugust 1900 97254 70 September 1900 108106 55 October 1900 10911602 December 1900 120886 84 February 1901 1S1J720 58 I OFFICERS Jno J Riley President fleoDonny VicePresident J A Edge Secretary and Treas W P Parrish Accoullta t Lexington Address J A edge eoretaryi j wlnh SUNDAY NIGHTS GUTTING A colored man named Squire Todd of Shelbyville came here on Sunday night About 11 oclock he went into the saloon of Coun oilman Thos Griffy and called for beer Three colored men were present and made some remark to him to which lie replied drank his beer and went out The men followed him out and one of them struck him in the corner of the mouth with a knife cutting a gash running down into the neck Todd gathered a brick knocked one of them down and took to his heels Doming up town he found a policeman who had his wounds dressed Later a colored man named InnesOlorkwas arrested and put in the lockup charged with the cutting The other two men whom Todd says he could not identify were not arrested The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure For all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless that gives immediate re Prevents consumption suitsL Lougmoor and W McKee 7SALES OF PROPERTY The committee who have in i charge the liquidation of the Farmers Bank have sold real es tate as follows The twostory brick residence of Church Bros on Main street to Mrs L A Berry for 8500 The Minus Williams brick livery stable on Second street South Side for 8500 to Mr W H Posey Like Oliver Twist children ask for more when given One Minute Cough Cure Mothers endorse it Highly for oroup It quickly curesallcoughs and colds and every throat and lung trouble It is a specific for grippe and asthma and has long been a well known remedy for whooping cough South Longmoor and W McKee Hnrdie REMARKABLE CURE Some two or three weeks since Mrs Joel S Head of this city was writing a letter when sud denly her left side was paralyzed The usual remedies were used rty t without avail Upon suggestion Vf of friends she was placed under the care of Dr Richard P Buck master the Osteopathic physician 4 of this city Soon after he com menced treating Mrs Head she begun to improve steadily and has pow regained the use of her self almost entirely She requests us to give this item to the public The cure thus effected is little less than marvelous THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD I Is Banner Salve It is made r from a prescription by a world wide known skin specialist and is positively the most healing salved for piles burns scalds ulcers diS1oases jCCHoUStWork without andIWleawchalreooa become celled ht they wijPowder ksad want wa Uae corabblat brrebl when beemea h lent celled lit treebt follow drrSIron beds cos bo wubed by tbb trstbed but must be wpd dry qldckl ntrrDwkbooLnalfMe NqM TNtt w RANSANN YpNyt- N Nq at 4A Ner ywtr rtoa r T u SUNDAYSCHOOL TO BE CONDUCTED HERE Mr E A Fox General Secre tary of Kentucky Sundayschool Association is to be in Frank fort March 20th and 27th to meet with local Sundayschool work ers The sessions of the Institue will probably be hold at they M 0 A Building The program will be made up of strong ad dresses and papers which will prove of special interest and help to all Sundayschool workers The teachers and friends o Sundayschools outside of Frankfort am urged to come and take part in the sessions The pro gram will be announced next week Eugene J Hall the poet and publisher says that one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar restored his voice when hoarseness threatened to prevent his lecture at Cen tral Music Hall Chicago Nothing else as good South Long moor and W McKee Hardie THANKS The Ladies Committee of the- Y M 0 A desire to return thanks to the citizens and mer chants generally who have do nated so many of the articles sold by them and which made their Rummage Sale a success They have done so well that they con template holding another in the near future of which due notice will be given See that you get the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it The genuine is a certain cure for piles sores and skin diseases South Long moor and W McKee Hardio COMMISSIONERS FOR ST LOUIS EXPOSITION President MoKinley has ap pointed the following gentlemen as members of the Government of the St Louis Ex positionI Hon Wm Lindsay of Kentucky Hon Thos H Carter of Montana Hon John M Thurs ton of Nebraska Hon Geo W McBride oftOregon Hon Wm A Rodenburg of Illinois Hon John M Allen of Mississippi The position pays 5000 per an num and expenses of each When you are billions use those famous little pills known as De Vitts Little Early Risers to cleanse the liver and bowels They paver gripe South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie- RUMMAGE SALES The rummage sales under the auspices of the Ladies Committee of the Y M C A have been a success from the start Lots of odds and ends that WAre useful to some one even if not to the orig inal owners have been sold and the proceeds go to the Y M 0 A These sales will conclude toI night They have been heldat the former stand of Mr W P Hudson jr corner of Main and St Cluir streets is bani vom Gold Dust Wuking INSTITUTE Commission The stomach controls the situation Those who are hearty and strong are those who cnn eat and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and allows yon to oat all the good food you want If you suffer from indigestion heartburn belching or any other stomach trouble this preparation cant help but do you good The most sensitive stomach can take it South Longmoor and W McKee HardieiFORjRENT storeroomfme on street South Side Possession given at once 28tf N F RICHARDSON HAVE IT REPAIRED There is a space of about a yard square in the pavement on the east side of St Clair street at the north end of the bridge which has no brick on it They were taken up to repair the water pipe we believe and have never been replacd It is dangerous to pedestrians is the property of the city and should be repaired at once before there is a law suit on account of injuries to some one t W Be gI Americas a Corsets We have over 700 of them in stock All sizes and different shapes You will find no 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 we sell 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 cr K GIN BIO St Clair St at the Bridge 0o L L nr w NEW RIVAL FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS c IWINCHESTER REPEATINg ARMS Nsw Harm Cone The Whitley Ex erciser for the Lawyers Physi cians Ministers Merchants La dies BjO ers keep1 Clerks FOR EVERYONEPr- ices 00 300 400 450 Calland allow us to show it to you STAB BACON Hardware Masonic Temple I1Geoige IiI SteMlii1 r CHESTER unrformlty 2 o aChildrens 1 Go Carts AndCarria es r We have just received 50 assort ed Go Carts and J Carria g e s W e J have them from 435 up I W w W 1W iY Y VOf To Quit- Business rtI I offor my entire stock of China and Glassware Stoves and Tinware for Sale at CostFor Cash Only No Goods Charged JOHN T BUCKLEY IPo 0oIftn h 7 r 0at i1 AF 0 AtIl n r The Chafing Dish What memories it brings up In the hands of your inexperienced friend that evening for the first time it caused you perhaps an uneasy and restless yourSbit or who can sourceryou a variety from the Meriden Bri tannia Co with all the fixings that are convenient to use with themTrays SpoonsForks Skimmers Flagons etc The dishes are on cop per or nickelsilver carefullY finished i the lamp is particularly good giving a strongand steady name easily regu lated As a means of helping little social to be a success a chafing dish is unequalled Have one in your room and invite in yours friends A beautifully illustrated little book with full directions containing fifty reliable receipts with each dish 4 II Theres Health in4 f1 Strong nerves They are the fountain 9r front which flows all the energy all the i strength and all the vital powers of the body Strong nerves overcome the weak i tresses and disorders of the system and give to the step a springiness to the eye a brightness and to the mind a clearness that t fheycan get from no other source If you are tired and nervous irritable restless Y01mIt Worn nerves iDr Miles Nervne-r 3ft is a nerverestorer without an equal it nourishes fortifies refreshes both body mind as Now is the to Sold fey all druggists on a guarantee Medical Enart lad RELIGIOUSt ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev R L McCrendy rector F B Wentworth Assistantt Sunday Morning prayer at 9 a Hi Holy Communion and St rmon 11 a m prayer and sermon 780 3 p mSundayschool and adult Bible at 945 a m Lenten services Monday Tues day Thursday and Saturday 480 p 4in Wednesday Bible Les son and Friday with lecture on- t church history at 780 p m To all theso services the public are cordially invited Seats free e ltIlBver Colorado will at 11 a e m and 730 p 111IAt 8 oclock lOissmeetlng will take as his theme LastT 0011 I the Great Social Evils On MrMartin will preachMonday night on We May Know the Bible is Gods Word and A series of meetings will be held every afternoon at 830 and evening at 780 during the week Sundayschool in the chapel at 8 Mo a m Special classes for young men Young Peoples Society will meet at 080 p m chapel Seats free and all are cordially invited ProfII CHRISTIAN CHURCH Evrett Gates of Chicago sit will ac 11 amGob Dalsiothe pastor will preach at 780 p in subject Josephs actor Summed Up the last of the of ten sermons willimeotMrs Geo Cull Topic Christ Our High PriestIJunior Endeavor the chapel 4Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 fc Sowing the r The public will be cordially wel oSIIpeotal1y CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 am High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p in ar FIRST PRESBYTERIAN r 1VIy wife was down with nervous pros tration and general debility for years and nothing we could do for her seemed to do her any good When we heard of Dr Miles Nervine we dropped all other treat ment and began giving that medicine and the results were apparent from the start She improved so rapidly that in a few months she regained her oldtime health and energy and they returned to stay C W OLMSTED Kickapoo Okla brainfood and and and nothing else can time begin l Dr Miles Co Evening class with Four How That True Char Seed conducted her had and CHURCH Re J Mc01usky willipreachSundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor Sunday schonl room at 45pmice Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 730 The public cordlly invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 880 a p m PI1mSundayschool meets at 980 im The public cordially invited to at tendSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm Crowojrthe pastor will preach at 11 a m and at 730 p in mIChris- tian moots pm To all these meetings the public Is cordially invited IA HORRIBLE OUTBREAK- Of lnnjf sores on my little daughters head developed into a case of scald heed writes 0 D Isbill of Morgantown Tenn but Bucklins Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczom Totter Snit Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25 cents at J W Gayles BAPTIST REVIAL The protracted meeting conducted b Rev T T Mai tin at the BaptUt Church has grown in favor and solemnity as the days pass on Mr Martin has an entirely original way of putting things that is very attractive Notwithstanding the miserable weather there has boon a fine attendance at every service There have been a number of con versions At 8 oclock tomorrow afternoon there will bn a mass meeting at which Mr Martin will discuss tho latter half of the Four Social Evils On Monday night he will speak on Infidelity- StringBeanscan at LangdonCreasoy Co sL m A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN I have no hesitancy in recom mending Chamberlains Cough Remedy says F P Moran well known nnd popular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whooping givenIdren as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by J W Gayle South Longmoar For the Roundabout FROM YOUTH TO AGE From youth to age And side by side They sought the wage That life denied With groping hands And bended head The desert sands Of life were tread They sought for love Oh aching hearts In quiet grove And busy marts And yet to view Their paradise One look into Each others eyes H H F WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY Theres no rest for those tireless little workers Pr KHge Eels alwaysbusydice Biliousness Fever and Ague They banish sick headache drive out malaria Never gripe or weaken Small taste nice work wonders Try them 25c at J W Gayles Grout Big Prunos40 to time pound LangdonOreasoyCos Putnam Fadeless Dye Turkish red is the fastest and brightest Red Dye Stun known very doslr abel for carpets mittens stockings otoJOc per package Sold by South Lohgmpor When you ECZEAlA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Dis youflDo scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore und Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Pains Swollen JointsFalling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eating Sores Ulcers All these are symptoms of eczema and impurities and poisons in the blood Take BI B B Botanica Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich BIB B will cause the sores to itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear and the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 80 years Readers of tho ROUNDABOUT are advied to bydrugistsbottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Gu Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given 8For Sale by W McKee Hardie 481y 2 J 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Anyone sending a sketch and description may a9lurontlontlonSBtrlctJlconUdontinl Handbook on Patenta sent free Oldest for ecuringpntonti Polenta taken without through JurtoCo rocetvd- peetanotiee SdeRmerirafto-A handsomely lllnitrated weekly Large cnlatlon of eclontlUo journal Terms a newadealorrMUNNBranch Office F BU wasalncton D U Try Capital Steam Laundry- a home enterprise Work guaranteed When you want something to heal a burn or n sore or u cut why not try Banner Salve which is guaranteed the most healing ointment in the world Take no substitute South Lougmoor and W McKee HardieiDoes it Pay to Buy Cbeap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want some thing that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous throat and lung troubles What shnUI you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either cape take ONLY remedy been introduced in all civilized counI tries with success in severe throat and Jun j troubles Bosehees German Syrup It not only heals and stim ulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease hut allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recommended many years by all druggists In the world For sale by S B Holmes 4ly A man named E Presson of Prossonvi lIe Kansas wrote n letter the other day saying the opinion of everybody in his town who had used Honey and Tar is that it is the very best medicine for Ja grippe colds cough etc South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie Silver Plate that Wears IBuy Spoons f iknives forks etc buy reliable brands even if they do cost a little more They are worth the difference The prefix 1847 on any spoon orrork iusuresthe genuine Rogers quality famous for wear Full trademark 1847 Rogers Bros = II m IQuestion Answered Yes August Flower still tins tile u largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and your grandmothers of using anything else for indigestion or biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of appen circles nervous prostration or heart AugustFlowerstop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stun elate the nervous and organic actions of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of GreensXAugust Flower in liquid form tofmake you satisfied there is nothlo serious the matter with you For sale by S B Holmes 4ly VEAHS BXPEKIENOB l wsJi GRUHWALDj Professional Piano and Organ Tuner nnd Reo rdaysGEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 221yt DO YOU WANTT- osoil your real estate timber or coal stock of goods Do you want to buy or exchange for any kind of property Write mo with oil the particulars as I may bo able to help you Ad 71SDecFor Sale A first class bycicle 99 model Rambler is offered for sale Apply at this office tl WANTEDTwo reliablo travellri salesmen In each State permanent position salary and expenses ex perience not absolutely essential Address Piedmont Tobatco Works Greensboro N C 268m fl Gaul Glmstmast f SuBst1Dh1r One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ improvedCycor er 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 dec 1ly t EXPRESIDENT HARRISON DEAD One of the noblest mos upright end cleanest public iner of this country passed away on Wednesday afternoon when exPresident Benjamin Harrison entered into iest eternal He was n brilliant orator cool Beaded and judicialminded law tJti der an earnest fearless patriot and lover of his country and J1 bettor than all an humble Vvji Christian man General Harrison won his way r to the highest office in the world i by straightforward independent honest consistent devotion to the principles which he believed 0011 J served the best interests of the people and the glory of his ooun t tryHofliled the great office in a manner to win the confidence of i the earnest honest plain people of the country and left it with out the slightest whisper as to his integrityi ho had and grave ones but they were of the head and not the heart He carries with him thrdUeneilictions of the good and L true n1l leaves a Tich heritage tot is surviving family- A LITTLE KNOWN FACT That the majority of serious r diseases originate in disorder of the kidneys Foleys Kidney Cure 5s guaranteed Try it today if ure not feeling well South and W MoKee Hardie- BROUGHTfy HOME FOR BURIAL I The remains of Mrs Lizzie Watson MoEwan wife of Rev JDr Wing L McEwrin of Pitts Penn wore trough to her home in this city on Sunday for burial They came on a special train over the F 0 Ri od from Georgetown Owing to a wreck on the Q C the train did not reach this city until 2 oolook p m and the funeral services were conducted at the cem JITRAHtRy A persis tent cough is gat first d friend for it gives warn ing of the ap proach of a deadly ene my Heed the warning before it is too late be fore your lungs become in flamed b- efoye the 1It YQT23ehetrw I yourfdeepInenemy before the deadly CureiA few doses make the cure complete coldlSOceconomical tot older cues rI consider your Cherry Pectoral andIhave used It for 30 years and itcertainly boats them LUHNEY1D Y Will tile metrIf you have any complaint whatever doctorV etory by Rev Dr J MclOusky Blayney Mrs McEwan was the daughter of the late Mr John Watson fox so many years cashier of the Deposit Bank of this city and a sister of the late Mr H Howe Watson She was a lovely woman and leaves many warm friends and relatives in this city Besides a devoted husband she leaves three children to mourn her untimely death To our friend who has thus lost the loved wife of his youth and the dear orphaned children we tender the sincerest sympathy It is not so much what the newspapers say as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend to friend that has brought Chain 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 infantum 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 South Longmoor SENATORIAL NOMINATIONS The Republicans of the Chris tianHopkins Senatorial District met at Madisonvill6 on Monday and nominated Capt John Feland jr as their candidate for the Sen ate The district is now repre sented by Mr J H McConnell PopulistThe of the Clinton Wayne Senatorial District have nominated Hon John W Catron of Clinton county as their candi date for Senator Mr Catron is the present Representative from Clinton and Wayne counties He has twice represented that dis trict and is well qualified for the position TWICE PROVEN From the Vindicator Rutherford ton N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the fficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case First with rheu matism in the shoulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for ten days which was re lieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted and realizing instant ben efit and entire relief in a very short time Second in rheumatism in prostratinghimrelieved by two applications rub bing wth the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by J W Gayle South Longmoor SMALL FIRE One morning a week ago the roof of the residence of Mr W H Hawkins on the Louisville pike near the reservoir caught fire while the family were at break fast A lady passing by coming to town discovered the flames and notified Mr Hawkins Prompt action upon his part aided by his two boys saved the house from destruction The loss was covered by a policy in the Winchester In surance Company of New York and was promptly settled by Messrs W P Scott Co local agents of the company Putnam Fadeless Dye Turkey Red is the fastest and brighest Red Dye Stuff known very desirable for carpets mittens stock ings etc lOc per package Sold by South Lougmoor GOING DOWN HILL People suffering from kidney diseases feel u gradual but steady loss of vitality They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed South do Longmoor and W MoKee Har die THROUGH SLEEPING OAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leavf Lexington 1050 a m arrivt Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack sonville 880 a m Equally as good schedule returning train leaving Louisville 745 p m has through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jacksonville 10 p m next evening Southern Railway in connection with the Queen Crescent Route is the only lino with 24 hour schedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson ville for points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico via Southern Railway Information 230 Fourth Avenue Louisville A Whedon Passenger AgentW A TURK Gen Pass Agent- Washington D 0- WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky Three pounds of Standard Toma toes the finest ever put up 7c per can at LangdonCrensey Cos 37lt STRIKI b A RICH FIND I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all he med icines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says electric Bit ers are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and iqvigoratorfor weak run down women No other med icine can take its place in our family Try them Only 50o Satisfaction guaranteed by J W Gayle BOARD AND LODGING Two gentlemen or a husband and wife desiring firstclass board in large room with dress ing room attached can obtain it by calling at this office Three pounds of Standard Pie Peaches 7o per can at Langdon Creasey Cos 27lt I 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 Distric- tNoIS In tho matter of Louis OnrnPtt Choate bank rupt In Bankruptcy No To the creditors ot Louis Uurnett Choate of Frankfort in tho county of Franklin and dis trict aforesaid a bankrupt Is hereby given teat on the Oth day of March A D said Louts Garnett Ohoato was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his be held at the office of D W Llndsoy in the city of Frankfort Kentucky on 18th day of March A D at o clock in tho forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come heft ro said meeting D W LINDSEY Mar 0lt Referee in Bankruptcy Administrators Notice A8 administrator of Mrs Martha A Paxton deceased I hereby give notice to nil persons having claims said decedent that they must prove them as required by law and present them to me at once Those knowing themselves indebted to the estate will come forward and settle promptly Administrator PARKER 272t M A Pnxton Too many lose valuable time in experimenting with cough and cold cures They should take Foleys Honey and Tar before it is too late South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie Two pounds of Standard Sugar Corn 5o per can at Langdon Creasey Cos 27lt NIGHT WAS HER TERROR I would cough nearly all nightlong writes Mrs Chas 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 blood but when all other medicines failed three 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 50o and 1 Trial bottles free at J W Gayles drug store Headache often results from a disordered condition of the stom ach and constipation of the bowels A dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct these disorders and cure the headache Sold by J W Gtyle South Longmoor J fr No othert package cof fee goes so far or gives such entire satisfaction as ARBUCKLESCOFFEE bettercoffee11eachARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY PLYMOUTH AND PITTSBURGH COAL I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is large and clean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal and Feed Companyf W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No 7 Blue Grass Nuseiies SPRING 1901 Frnit rind Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small Fruit Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Prices right we pay no agents but sell direct to the planter General Nursery nnd Special Strawbery catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Mar 23m Phone 279 FOR BARGAINS IN GroceriesFlour Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TO W J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring MillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shil stuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 l1 NOTICE COURTtEmmavs Robt B Averill c Defendants DApreticnIJOHN S HARROD J 24lm VNOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT 4S R H 1NRose Thornton c Defendants llorIles to appear before mo and prove their claim tho mime to me proven as required bylaw on or before April W HPOSEY 24lrn Commissioner F 00 NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Edmonln Blacks Admr Plaintiff vs Sallie Welsigor c Defendants All persons having claims against the estate afledor present thorn to mo proven as required by lay on or before April 1st JOHN S HARROD 24lm Special Commissioner F O0 DO YOU WEAR A TRUSS If 80 let me fit All kinds nntecd Prices right r J W GAYLE Druggi51t- MarkethoUBo Oar Ann and Broady i Kr ly- Frankfor r LION COFFEE ALLYk LION vtALcn our next acivertisoment You want LION COFFEE because it is LION COFFEE highlypolishedJ xErELylf LION COFFEE were common ordinary staff coffee drinkers wouldnt insist hav thepricei In every package of r LION COFFEE you will find fully illustrated and descriptive articlewhichlimply cutting certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one may pound sealed m I which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold OHIOtd Continued from first page American soldiers and through mountain fastnesses qf the enemy to Lucabnn Maubaii down the const to Antetnonan thence to Tayobas All this constitues a record of marching fighting and yaurfrA sense of duty impels me and it affords me great pleasure to express to you and through you to the officers and men of thee J Thirtyninth Infantry my cere thanksfor their soldierly co rduct during this trying cam paigu Eptomizing the work of the Thirtyninth in importance re solves itself into the points in i context First movement north January let to Cabuyao South Rosa and Biuau iir Seoond movement south Jandnary 9th to Santo Tomns t ing a line from Laguna de Bay t- ofLake Taal i Third fight at San Diego Hill January 21st Fourth Langhornes march too the Pacific January 28th to Feb ruary 4thIIFifth operations about Majay i jay January 22d and 28d Sixth fight at San Francisco tI February 18th Seventh fight at Bay March t 10th Col Bullard was outnumbered ton ot one at many points where he met the enemy and on Jan 1 uary 1st and 2d the enemys fire 4pwas concentrated upon him two r or more times but in the verni ntilnr of the negro be was neveri beT1 Bomething in the old adage the good die young it found no ex I emplification as it might apply to tv the commander of the ThIrty r ninth However pressed his maxim was never turn back H and he never did His field sup C port Majors Langhorne Mulford yy and Parker were seemingly omni present Langhornn covered him O Belf with glory at San Diego Hill and Mulford at Majayjay Parker fwas equally successful at points the initial assaults Lang orrne was supported by Captains for Gaughey Kreger and car Mulford by Hilton Mucus rhorbnrne and Burt and Ikerby Captains Green and ig and Lieutenants Welch and connectionlaver compnnytIJlrall were and the connected Ptjntsgive judgment of what yid hen Gen Sohwan closed the fflRi i i a campaign in the South it was notI only victory but conquest andfCol Bullard commenced the work of pacification and civil govern ment in which he was equally successful Calamba Los Banos Santo Tomas Tannan and San Pablo give ample evidence of it Tagal suspicion gave way to con fidence and there are very few armed insurgents in all that seoI jiColcongratulations were show red upon him Gen Bates said Am with the couu1tryever found Gen Wheaton operatious orysIncidents of Gallantry Col Bollards American In ians are not all officers They are found in the ranks of the noncoms and high privates Corporal Evans of K Company while on a scouting expedition with a squad of men became isolated from the comrades while in a skirmish and he suddenly found himself confronted by eighty or more insurgents armed with Mausers Remingtons and SergeantVorrie Pressed hard he sought the shelE er of a canon or gulch nnd with his trusty krag and about a bun dred rounds of ammunition he turnedat hay For five days and nights without food without water save dews of heaven that yet the leaves killing large number of them When rescued eleven rounds of nmmu niton were all ho had left and although exhausted from hunger and fatigue his courage was still with him When questioned by nn officer as to what he intended to do ho snidwfan rounds were for the savages And the last myselfEvansson of Merrimac fame While a squad of Caseys men were on a scout out from Santo Tomas the men carne suddenly upon a band of seven insurgents ndvnncoInnd t They were in a single file line and his messenger of death crashed through their bodies and they wore dead a moment later The Culambhasa bIo shot of the insurrection When tho byways were cleared for entering Rosario Col Ballard If you went to buy a lion whelp you wouldnt accept a kitten as a substitute even if the dealer urges you Now dont accept a substi tute for COFFEE It is bound to turn out a com mon yellow cat with none of the strength of the lion on a out a t a called for volunteers for the dash nd although Col Anderson of the Thirtyeighth the ranking officer was in command he did gaUnntbnndprised Col Crane Major Long horne Capt Gaines Capt ReadI Lieutenants Frank and Doane BulIlardsand two other men It tyas informnIItionconfront them or as to the strength of the enemy Deathtraps and death was possible for The enemy had fled but the attacking party found and liber ated 75 to 100 Spanish prisoners a lot of men and women as happy and joyous as prisoners at Libby Belle Isle when Gen Lee his Hug at Appomattox The knowledge that these prisoners were in Rosairo may have induced Col Bullard to snake the bold venture and it may be said in this connection that the Thirty ninth was instrumental in liberating a large number of prison Spanishincaptured Odds and EndIThis regiment came to the Philippines 1270 strong Its roster today shows less than 800 men for duty a decimation approximately of 85 per cent Mausers and Reming tons made sad ravages in its ofexrest remnant is cheerful and ready to go where the old flag lendsIICol Bullurd has a good deal of satisfaction in knowing that the Third Alabama his old regiment furnished moro officers and men for the Philippines than any other volunteer regiment in the United States service during the SpanishAmerican war And all or nearly nil of them have dis tinguished themselves in quelling the insurrection here- With the story of those who fell in battle and the mortuary record the history of the Thirty ninth Col Bollards American Indians will have been written Four companies are now at Balayan two a Taal two at Passay and four at Exposition Barracks in Malate Officers and men are enjoying rest now so far as it is possible to obtain it in the United States Army Con cluding The American wishes them God speed wherever duty may call them and again I say Spartans all of thorn GOOD PLACES TO IN VEST YOUR MONEY FOR SALE STOCKS AND BONDS 21 shares of Frankfort Wat Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Temple stock 15 Masonic Temple Bonds 108 610 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks RyCo84each RyCosJ each 05 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 80 shares Capital Gas Elec trio Light Cos stock REAL ESTATE 2 storerooms in the Williams KyBOO o Shelby street South Frankfort Ky known as the J Stoddard Johnston property About 42 acres of land on Bu timersJHill 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 on Holmes street containing about 7 acres formerly owned by Church Bros Sales will be madeupon reason able time For particulars apply to JOHN W RODMAN or DR J S COLLINS Feb 9tf rNOTICE T have rented out my- place on Fourth Ave to Judge ORear iny family will go to New York but I am no going I may be found at my office rooms in the Hume building day or night I have both Phones and they are No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel E E HUME 173m TO CONNECTING LINES This is to advise that comment in Monday February 25 1901 this company will honor C P A mileage locally over its line thus abrogating all instructions issued in October last relative to the dis continuance of tho use of this mileage locally over the line such instructions permitting its use only between St Louis and Evansville and Louisville We have pleasure in furthe- stating that all outstanding C P A mileage tiokest will also b honored over our line locally whether they contain clause to this effect or not This is fcr your information and any instructions you may deem necessary to issue in the matter Yours truly- L I IRWIN General Passenger Agent TAKEN UP AS STRAY There was taken up by the undersigned at Switzer a chestnut sorrel mare about ten or twelve years old white spot in forehead scar on right fore foot Owner can have same by identifying and paying charges t GEORGE GREEN 27lt Switzer Ky SLIGHT BLAZE MONDAY At 550 ocpck on Monday after noon an alarm from box 10 called the department to a tenant house belonging to Mr John D Griffin on Steele street The blaze was a wasImend the efficiency and rapidity with whob the boys have responded to all alarms of late and gre losE has thus been averted Restora Water improves the complexion by promoting health action of the kidneys and digo- tive apparatus 208t Mcu r 1IIN KENTUCKY irertososotl Sohedolt li EAst t 20 IIE4t A8TBOOKD Na L Na 5 N rv Louisville 745am 400pm 745p Ar ShelbyvUle OIOam 682pm 906p 046piaArAr Lexington ia45am 715pm ia80p WKSTBOUNR No ft 0 l syB3MBArAr Louisville 1040am 740pm 760am WXSTBOUKIV No 13No eTArloxd Na12INO 14 4copm 745am Loutail Arf 740pm 1040ant 610aag716pm7SOpm 1065amAi BurglnLv 430pm 730aM KASTBOUITD wlmmoux No tNol1 tj522pm910am847pm 1025am Lv Verslles Ar 760am 602p 710pm 1110am Ar Midway Lv 730am 340pm 740pm 1150am Ar Qcorgtn Lv 700am 310pw WESTBOUND h tNolfNo STATIONS ItNo 6 tNo11745am 400pm Lv ufevll 1040am T44p1022am a50pm Lv Verslles Ar 750am 602ps1 j1158pmL05pm Ar Irvine Lv 166psa STATIONS No 1No L tvLouisville 745am 95pslor Lexington So45am Ar Knoxville Ar Ashovllle 510am 110 = 616aisAr 62aArAr Ar ttaJackeonv111oa30amLv Chattanooga 010pm 04AW Ar Birmingham laospre Iv45aa a0Ar rr No through sleeping oar Louisville to Bin nlnRham via Lexington and Chattanooga No 6 free observation ohalrcar Loulsvlllft to Lexington No freo observation chair oar Lexington H Loulsrllla l 0viaiDurltlniBetween Versailles and Georgetown Nolo lbyand Iftdally Nos and daily except Sund Between Versailles Nloholasville llolrti tnond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDaily except Sunday Other trains dally PSGAxxoNSdVPkOMJLCmtrTItWashington Ji WATnnKQPA WHHTATLOBAGPA tWaabington Do LoulsvlUt Ka YouMILES Should Use t JII3 M f FLOUR FIRSTBecause it is the best FLOUR in the market SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory isrpropeThe J Elia Millin j Co j J N MILES Sec J LEXINGTON BREWING GO lIIBREWERS OF FINE BEERS lI Which in Quality and Flavor IrA J EQUAL TO ANY BEERMADE IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE iPKO mKentucky Industry DOBOBiNSON Frankfort rtI 1 Sept 2ly 1tDr Caflys Condition Powders are what a horse needs when in bad Ivcents package i tFor sale by J VV Gayle garb r LeCompte GayleCo IandWklakoy Halite 1IA11 BM LLEi s IAusntA oo XNtk Irtrrt MJ