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T T7TTT 7 THEFRANIKFORT ROUND ABOUTI J GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advsh J fI iltfVOL XXIV1FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY MARCH 23 L90l NO 28 nj DEPARTMENT OP JUSTICE An Exhibit collected from it fat the PanAmerican Exposition t The Department of Justico of the United States Government contains much thnt isxjf interest to the general public and to law yers especially and therefore jt the announcement that a large exhibit taken from this valuable kc collection will be made at the PanAmerican Exposition will be received with great pleasure in many quarters This exhibit will include the portraits of all the Chief Justices of the United States from Jay to Melville W Fuller forming a group of highly intellectual men Notable among these are the faces of John Marshall Roger B Taney Salmon 6P Chase With these will beI shown a photographic view of Supreme Court Room which IB situated near the Senate wing OfI the United States Capitol The portraits of the Attorneys General of the United States Will t Vbe prominently displayed includ ing that of the gentlemen to be appointed the 4th of March who will of course when the Expo i Lion opens be the presiding officer of that department One great attraction of this ex hibit will be the collection of low books These include the opinions of the AttorneysGeneral th- UnitedStatutes at large of the States many volumes of colonial laws and some rare old law books which will be examined with es pecial interest and pleasure not q only by scholarly lawyers but by every one who has read his tory For example there are eleven volumes of State Trials for Heresy and High Treason by Francis Hargrave Esq pub lished in London in 1770 These Tolumes contain a verbatim report of all the great trials of Great Britain from the reign of Richard II to that of George III It is like turning over the pages of romance to read as the visitor- I to the Exposition will be able t do the trial of Mary Queen a Soots of Sir Walter Raleigh uf King Charles I of Archbishop Cranmer of Titus Oates the learned Jesuit Priest who plead his own cause of Captain Wil- Liam Kidd the noted pirate wh roamed up and down the Atlantic seaboard and infested the West t Indies before the great American Republic existed These are only afew that are included in the vol tines that will be brought to the Exposition Iri the same volume 1will be noted the rulings of Lord Chief Justice Coke and of the notorious Lord Chief Justic- Jeffries There are other old legal authorities that cannot fail to de light the antiquarian the schola- and the student Among these is the first edition of Blackstones printed on the 11Commentaries Continent in 1771 The seals of the United States and of the different departments of the government will also be shown in this exhibit The seal of the Department of Justice is fery hand comely painted and the origin of the motto has puzzle many good Latinists of the present day- Perhaps the most striking ob ject in this exhibit is a beautiful female figure ropresentingJustico- x which was designed from suggestions made by Major Fran k Strong She holds the traditional scales in one hand andan un sheathed sword in the other Major Strong in spite of the sterner duties of his profession is a fine artist and has with his own brush painted a number o beautiful pictures There Willie a collection of au tograph letters in the exhibit from former Presidents of the United States including some from Presi dent McKinley showing evidence of their clemency towards con victed persons Fine photographs of the prisons of the United States will be ex hibited The scope of the exhibit is nec essarily small but it is one of ab eorbing interest especially to the more cultured classes This exhibit has been collected genIIon the Government Board for the Pan American ion CHARLES EDWARD LLOYD sFOR SALE 8000 2 year old asparagus roots 10000 struwbery 6 of tho best varieties and allkinds of 8tn sea eon at AUG LEOIJEBES HillIKy ISCRABBLE Not many on the sick list Among the number is Mr John Stivers his wife and four chef dren all of whom have the grippe Mr Wilson Moore and his sou Mr Dan wore in town last weeks Morgan will move to town Fri day or Saturday Mr Isaac Moore sold his to bacco on the breaks last week with an average of between 7 and 8 cents Mrs Susan Moore has moved to Mr Geo Quires house form erly occupied by Mr Jake Harlow Mrs Sarah Moore was the familyfwere the guests of Messrs Lewis of Croppers Saturday and Sunday Messrs W B Moore J B Moore Arthur Moore Leonard inotown Monday I wonder what has become of our friend Catch Em The last I heard of him he was on Clear Creek I guess he has gone fish ing and fallen in the creek Well Close Observer you said you would like to hear from some of the Roundabouts correspond ents My name was one Well youeyour ing glass Oh I bad forgotten Have you found it If you havent findrit ECHO The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure For all throat and lung truubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Prevents consumption South Lougmoor and W McKep Hardie LOUISVILLE PIKE Miss Laura Hall froin near Bridgeport spent several days with Miss Lapflloy Read last week Miss Belle Clay of L8 is the guest of Miss Christine Reynolds at Flbotwood Mr John RedAiian ofSGraefon burg visited relatives in this vicinity last week Eloise Hall of Bridgeport IMiss several days with Miss Crutcher last week Miss Annie Lee Holder spent Jlast week with relatives near Bridgeport weekfseveral months Mr Alfred Read we are sorry to report is on the sicklist Mr Paul Crutohnr ofAnderson county was in our community on Monday last Mrs Stephens of Frankfort visited Mrs Nat F Richardson and family last week Miss Ola Hawkins we are sorry to say is still on the sick list Will the correspondent of Stringtown Long Tail Rabbit tell us why Miss Lyda Hodges is happy when she goes down the Iso We know her and would to hear about her beenfleak returned home Mr Black Hawkins Was out driving with one of his j girls last SundayMr Butler has moved to Mr Morgan Darnells farm near the pond We are glad as spring approohes for the Lily of the Valley comes forth again with her interesting roll of news items I know a girl who is struck on Bassit Richardson Now you had better watch your boy or you will lose him Mr Not LILY OF THE PIKE Eugene J Hall the poet and ofIFoleysened to prevent his lecture at Cen tral Music Hall Chicago Noth ing else as good South Long moor and W McKee Hardie FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Pattie South is visiting her aunt Mrs Mat Orum at Beards Station Mr Oscar Cannon and sister Miss Lena of Oxford have moved to our village AVe are glad to welcome our friend Oscar baokagain Miss Alice French who has been visiting jVIr R L French apd wife at Monterey has returned home Miss Daisy Hookensmith is visiting friends at Stamping Ground IMiss Ella Ready is quite ill at her home near this place Mr D Morris Brock who has been in Mississippi for the past year is at home on a vacation MisS Ida Stone of Frankfort visited Miss Mayme Gallahue this week Mrs Albert Hookensraith who has been quite ill has entirely recuperated Mr Oscar Suter is at Switzer receiving tobacco for Mr Ben F Suter Miss Mayme Gallahue who has- hewn quite ill with fever for the past two mouths is nble to be out againMiss Bettie Jones of Frank fort visited in our village last week The cottage recently occupied byDr Gwin is for rent Apply to Mrs R S Petty Miss Sallie Suter and brother Oscar entertained a few friends last evening where a society was formed to meet on Friday nights- A KID Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat i y fi Eclipsed I 31 E Ci All sales held heretofore in Frankfort been totally ecli sod by our sale of the haveI7l stock values are supreme and many gains are yet left f Ii60cThey sold for 100 and 150 I II69c I 647 II 150 1FancyChoice of all remaining Oxford Mufflers IThey sold at 100 and 150 fIStockAt this price you may have pick of Iany 250ChildJs Suit in the house Ages 3 to 16 A new shipment of Spring Styles of Ladies Ideal Kid Shoes opened this week Lace and Button Pmee 350 fj I Ri K1 McClure Son I I 212214 ST CLAIR STREET I N J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL 31ft i N SAFFELLS W Staple and Fancy Groceries fft China andGlassware Fine Wines and Whiskies f 4 I We ask our city and country friends to calla at 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods jf VIr rw apt JMSalfellSonxl-W sp t f 1 sfe 9 i o fp iff d tfijll i I fiVI r 1IIlIt p f ip1 t ff Dry Goods Dress Goods Silks Ttl ITrimmings Tailor Suits Carpets Mattings and Bugs iii exclusive designs ia J Best Goods Reasol1ablePrlcesv We Invite Your InspectionMil M s FARMER j PERSONALS t Mr Ed1I Dryden at Columbus this weOkIHon Robert S from Daviess county was a vIsItor hero this week Dr Frank Bosworth of Lexington spent Sunday in this pity the guest of relatives Mr A M Duvall and wife oi Peaks Mill attended the big Baptist meeting in this city Sunday Mr Howard Puvall of Peaks Mill was in the city Sunday Mr Geo Graham has accepted a position with the Adams Expres Co made vacant by the resign tion of Mr Arthur Branch Mr Albert H McOlure has re turned from a business trip to Mo gun county Dr Buford T Wood of Perry vine formorly n at the Institute for Feebleminded Children was a visitor here this week and made us a pleasant call He huts changed but little in twenty years Col Geo B Harper and bride have returned from their weddin trip and are comfortably fixed i their home on Shelby street Mr Clarence Jones left Saturday for Marietta Ohio where he win make his home in the future Mr Louis Harris is visiting l friends in Anderson Ind Mr A Logan McKee anti wife of Cincinnati were called here to attend the funeral of Miss Jennie A S Branch Wednesday R Miss Sue Dunn of Harrodsburg reporter for several newspapers was the guest of Mrs Wilder Dupuy this week and called a the jail and interviewed the prison ers there Wednesday Mrs W J Lewis and daughter Miss Bessie of Woodlako were guests of Mrs J B Lewis Third street on Tuesday Mr J Dudley Coleman of Louis- villet was a visitor here this week Mrs C P Chenault has gone to Asheville N C on a visit to her husband who is there for his health Col J D Powers of Owensboro was a visitor hero Thursday and made us a pleasant call Miss Mamie Stevenson of George town fs the of her cousIn Miss Flora Belle Shepard Mrs Fannie T Saffell and son James were the guests of Mrs I 8allie Bailey in Versailles last week Mrs Mort S Bailey of thi county was the er mother tr inlaw Mrs Isham Railey in Ver sailles this week Mr John L Amsden and wife i of Versailles were in the city Sun day the guests of Mr J Buford Hendrick andr I Mr Samuel Barrett and wife of Cincinnati Ohio were guests of his brother Mr Johnston Barrett and wife this week Mr Egbert Stephens and wife re turned from New York City Friday night vfopsrs EH and S Gutmanvof Cincinnati wore guests of Mr John oeibert Sunday Ps U1diamUYIwere to Louisville Sunday by the acci dent to his brotherinlaw Mr Jesse Moore Mr Chas J Clark of Louisville was the guest of his niece Mif Annie Herndon on Sunday returning home that evening 1Mr Ernest Ueltschi went t Louisville Sunday night Mr Hugh Merchant and wife who have been living in have returned to this LexingtonI r s VcrI8n111sMrs J J3 W of streetIern Bdptistrfheologlcul at green Church this county was the gues t of MrW S Farmer and wife 8U dayt Mr James OConnell the now CourtAppeals oi tc SecfieldiMrs F M Scofield has take MrMoUleMr Arthur Branch having ac Frankfortsition with the Adams Express Co iTho Premier tonic and table waterRe stora LETTER LIST orf ing March 28 1901 Adkins Herndon Adkius Wm H Banks S S Biffers Will Brooks Mrs Ann Boyd David F Brown Miss Hattie MaggieCanon WillienCollins John GeorgiaDaily erfield FoxallFlock James Fults Coven Grimes Jessie Halbut F J Harris W O Hopper Thomas J Hunter Thomas Johnson Mrs Luoy Johnson Mrs Rebecca Lewis Curg AtMarshall Mrs Delia rfMeadeMitchell Miss Mittie LucyParker Pehn W S Perkins K D Ray Mrs Emma Robb Wm M Ware Jesse Wickert Milton When calling for these letters please say advertised- S B HOLMES Postmaster Sunday School Institute To Be Held Here A Sunday School Institute nextsTuesday March 26 by Mr E A Fox of the Kentucky S S As sociation The sessions will beheld attheYM C A build ing All friends of Sunday School vrofk are urged to be present The following program have has been arranged FIRST SESSION 3000 um Devotional Ser vice i I 1030a m =TopicIC Th Sunday SchooJ Teachers Tool- and how to use thorn 115u mTopic The Graded Sunday School 1200 a m adjourned SECOND SESSION 0200Topic If Home Training for Pastors Superintendents and Teachers l 300 A Normal Lesson Taught Discussion EVENING SESSION 730 Song and Prayer Service 800 Topicf The worthof a Child r 900 Adjournment BAPTIST REVIVALj The protracted meeting nfc the First Baptist Ohucrh still con nplainIpractical gospel preacher his sermons are received with re markahly profound and solemn attention by the crowds who hear hun These meetings will close on Friday night March 29 There have been about 20 additions to the church up to the time we write Tomorrow at8 oclock p nvhe will preach a sermon at the mass = meeting especially to men in the presence of women It is earnestly requested that the men young and old of the city will be present ATS HONEST MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE George W Waitt of South Gardiner Me saysHI have had the worst cough cohl chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Reedy m is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have use one bottle of it and the chills cold and grip have left me congratulate the manufacturers an honest medicine For sale by J W Gayle and South k Longmoor Choice California dried four pounds fortwontyfive cen at LungdonCreasey Cos 28lt t oGOING DOWN HILL People suffering from kidney diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of vitality They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed Sout Longmoor and W McKee Ha die WANTED = PUPILS IN LATI AND GREEK Will take a private class Latin and Greek on reasonahl- terms Apply at SouthernPresby torian Parsonage on Third street MISS ELIZABETH C CROW 278t On next Tuesday and Wednes Iday March 20th and 27th you will find on display all the latest styles in Paris and New York pattern hats and bonnets at Mrs Sally Thomas 28 1 rc sDoi yo- uCoughDr Bulls cure a Cough or Cold at once Conquers Croup WhoopingCough and hleaslo- Cough without praise it Doctors prescribe it for Bronchi tis Hoarseness Grippt Pneumonia and Consumption It gives quick sure results Price 2Gcts th dealers substitute it is not as g- oodDLBu1I C SyrupAl- ways cures when others fail Dr Bulls Pills cure Constipation and Live Trouble ao pUlr W Trial box s cts 111r We Believe i jIi l After 6 years of successful merchandising in Frankfort we 1 are able to cater to the wants of the people and for this spring selling we have purchasedr the largest line of rj rt DRY GOODS r J And Notions we ever carried Prices quality and satisfaction r guaranteed Beautiful all wool Dress Goods at 5oc 6oc 75C j gintovalues 500 yards New Wash Silks at 390 and 5ocrlEverything new and stylish in Dress Trimmings aR Welizel ODonnell 1 Jt freerSPECIALL SALE t ri i tJrCommencing Saturday March 23 and continuing for eight t days we willsellh only fflrOut Best Indigo Blue Calico 5ct Best Light Blue Calico sc j r Best Red Calico 5c fIt rI f ifGood Gingham 50 Xi iIBest 6c HdBestGood Percale gc try t Best Gray Calico sc i fii 300 yards Outing Cloth sold for loc at 8c t 300 yards Outing Cloth sold for 8 13 atv6c tSee our 100 Counter in China Department l zJ We have just received 2 new patterns of Chinaware that we will sell in open stock Now is your chance to buy a c smallset for very little money 1 II W T READINGr Esta fished 844 315 a ROADWAYJM fm 8 o ioENSON CO I L 31 lVLain E3t I ti 4 SPECIAL SALE y Special sale Blackand Colored Wove Dress j Goods at just half price V All Suits Jackets and Separate Skirts at J half price to close out stock ICc 7 W SPECIAL SALE r y sizirichwide fmnch Scotchand American r Ginghams atqc yards They are worth 20 anvd rj 25c per yard J ilSAM D JOHNSON CO1DEATHS jJRAYAtthe home of her hus band iu Nushvillee Tonn on Monday Mrs Maude Wayts Ray wife Of Rev T Brrfnsjon Ray and daughter of Mr MerrifctR Wayts of Georgetown Mrs Ray was born and raised = in this city and was well uown and beloved She was a hand xsome and lovely young matron f ll devoted to her husband and the r churqh for which he so earnestly labors 1 The remains wpre buried at Nashville on r 1Mrs Ray VednesdnyI a devoted and heartbroken iVQung husband one child and ff two brothers Rev Willis L r Wayts of West Virginia and Mr t 4 vf Wm T Wayts of Louisville as well as a large cirolee of friends i to mourn her untimely death Our singf rest sympathy is ex teeuded to the bereaved onek ORRAt the home of her father Capt Ed Porter Thomp son on Wednesday morning Mrs J Martha EQrr wife of Mr Juhn T Orr aged about 85 years tr Mrs Orrs health failed several years since and her death was tv happy release from suffering She had been a member of the Baptist Church since early girlhood e She leaves a husband who is in very poor health and three chil J drew besides her father mother heWay- H That omen Works l l filll g ll it hill l ir I N Its enough to wear any one out first its washing in damp and draft Then its ironing with the hot stove and the hard work to endure And in between whiles meals to get house to clean and children to tend Its bad enough for a well woman but for a weak woman its slow torture Dr Pierces favorite Prescription cures the diseases ef the delicate organs which weaken Women It makes weak women strong f and sick women well AllPlerrcer correspondence strictly private Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y health is the belt now that it has been fcr four writes Mrs Phebe Morris ofIra Cayuga yearsN Y Box I have taken but- iwo bottles of medicine Favorite Pre and Golden Medical Discovery These medicines have done me more sroud than all that I have ever taken before Before I took your medicines I was sick in bed nearly half the lime I couldnt do my work only about half he and now I can work all the time for a t timer four My advice to lat are troub srwith female weakness is to Dr Pierces favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Dls most medicines in the = 2the Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets sweeten lie breath r J Manchester Chambrey Ginghams 32 inches widte while they last 12 i2cts yard SPECIAL SALE ica 2 clasp F W L Kid Gloves now SQC 150 2 clasp new Our Own Kid Gloves now1 Y 25ojr75 2 clasp Centemeri Kid Gloves now X158 zoo i Button Fisk Clarke Flagg Kid Glove now S175 One lot Kid Gloves 35c slightly soiled sister and one brother to mourn her deatlr Tlie funeral took place from the residence of the family on Shelby Street on Thursday morning at 10I oclock services being conducted by Rev M B Adams after which thq remains were interred in out cemetery The tenderest syinpathy is felt for those so greatly bereft A HORRIBLE OUTBREAK ittleIcase Isbill of Morgantown Term but Bucklius Arnica Salve qompletply cured her Its n cure for Eczema Totter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 25 content J W Gayles MATRIMONIAL BALDWINNEWTON the Sacra House Frankfort Kyon Monday March 20 1901 by the Rev George Darsie Mr Jesse Baldwin of Elmville and Miss Cordelia Newton of Switzer Ky Attendants Mr J 11 Hancock and Miss Dora Baldwin- GREGORYCLARK At the residence of the Rev George Dar the officiating minister 104 ISie street Jednesday evening March 20 1001 MrC W Greg ory and Miss May Clark both of Peaks Mill Ky Attendants Mr John G Hayden and Miss Cora Webster THE BEST SALVE IN THE WORLD Is Banner Salve It is made from a prescription by a world wide known skin and is positively the most healing salvo for piles burns soalda ulcers running sores and all skin dis eases South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie READ IT Mr W T Reading the Broad way street merchant offers extra inducements to customers for eight days commencing today Read hisad It is not so much what the newspapers say as what neighbor says to neighbor or friend tp friend that has brought Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy into such general use It is as natural for people to express their gratitude after using this remedy asit 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 JinfantumflJor a man with cholera morbus It is safe and reliable pleasantI bottle of it In your sale by J W Gayle Longmoor Lpose Muscatel Raisins the larg est 7 cents a pound at Lang donOreasey Co so 28lt i-i W ILECTUR D IRev George Darsie of the Hurrah Frankfort liverd a lecture before the der ore and students of the State mal School Friday night last on the subject An Essential to a Successful Life We are assured the lecture was greatly appreci ated and immense good derived from it- 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 TO TART BRICK YARD Dr J S Collins has bought the 7nord lot on Holmes street located where Mr R C Church had his training stable and will at once establish a brick yard which will give employment to a large number of hands Thats the right sort of enterprise Next Mrs C E Van Deusen of Kil bourn Vile was afflicted with stomach and constipation for 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 ore for sale by J W Gayle Price 25c Sample free Y M C A On account of Mass Meeeting at the Baptist Church tomorrow afternoon the regular Y 11 C A service will not be held Seed oats seed potatoes clover and timothy seed and garden seeds of all kinds at out prices at LaugdonCreasey Cos 28lt Augustus Thomas the Author of U Alabama and Arizona is at work on a play to be called Colorado It will be produced by Charle- Froliman REDUCED RATES Special reducd rates to Califor nix Queen Crescent Route great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast Quick schedules and excellent train serivce Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address W C R nearson CL P A Cincinnati for particulars r LINGERING LA GRIPPE ICOUGH G Vaoher 157 Opgood St Chi cago snyaUMy wife had a very severe case of the In grippe and it left her with a very bad cough FolaysI250 and 50o Table peaches large size only 10 cents a can at LangdouCreasey Cos 281t F SILKS Wash Taffeta Silk 75c yard Wash Taffeta wider 100 yard 75C Taffeta Silks now hoc yard i lot Taffeta Silks in waist lengths at just half price Pleasant to take ril Laxative ti Syrup NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoctorA- nd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation 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 usedin Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better thanyany other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c ANDv50c PER BOTTLE 4tf HEENEYS = a Broadway Dry Goods Emporium- Will have for the inspection of the ladies of Frankfort com mencing Tuesday March 26th all the LATEST NOVELTIES In Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings Laces Embroideries Lace Curtains Tailor Made Suits Walking Skirts Muslin r ImportedOrgandiesand the pric- esWILL SURPRISE YOU cordiallyinvitedgoods Polite and courteous attention to a- llHEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium Jc- Jat 11 Tie Frankfort RountlaDDut Entereclat the postoflko at Frankfort Ken tucks ns secondclass mailablo matter y GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub i 1901lWHY CERTAINLY START IT BY ALL MEANS A rumor has floated into this office to the effect that some en terprising individual has in con templation the establishment of n newspaper in this city and as a preliminary step has given circulation to the report that the Roundabout was about dead that its circulation has vanished and the paper amounted to but little 4Veare sorry to hear this as we had no idea it was quite so bad But we want to state a few facts for the information of the gentle man who is so anxious to fill the longfelt want towitThe Roundabout made its first appearance September 20 1877 and since 4that time has witnessed the pass ing of seventeen newspapers daily semiweekly weekly and monthly while it has never missed an issue Some of these papers wore started with the avowed purpose of running the Roundabout out of town preach ingits funeral etc They abused it and hired canvassers who went put into the county and tried to get its subscribers by misrepresen tation Well we are here yet but where are the other fellows It may be also mentioned as a fact that no paper hits ever been tstarted in Frankfort since the establishment of the Roundabout that is alive today which is not printed in the Roundabout office Some of the papers mentioned were established by old experienced newspaper men industrious news gatherers and got out good papers but they had not money to burn and went away sorrowful Now if our ambitious friend wants to sail in the way is open and the rathole yawning for his wealth Rheumatism Nobody knows all about it and nothing now known will always cure it Doctors try Scotts Emul sion of Cod Liver Oil when they think it is caused by im perfect digestion of food You can do the same It mayor may not be caused by the failure of stomach and t bowels to do their work If it is you will cure itiifnot you will do no harm The way to cure a disease is to stop its cause and help the body get back to its habit of health When Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does that it cures when it dont it dont cure It never does harm The genuine lia this picture on it take 110 otherIf baste no tried it send for fret sample its agreeable tate will surprise youSCOTT S BQWXE Chemists 4ogPear1 St N Y 5oc ant ioo all druggists HAS LEASED OCEAN VIEW HOTEL IThe wellknown Ocean View has been leased to Mr J Hull Davidson formerly proprie tor for ten years of the Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky where he was president of the Chamber of Commerce and mayor of the city as well He is a native of tex iu ton Mr Davidscn has lately re turned from Paris where he was in charge of the American Res taurant at the Exposition there He managed the official enter tainments given at the United States pavilion by Commissioner General Peck and other represen tatives of the United States Among these events were the re ceptions given by the States of New York and California the banquets to the American athletes a luncheon to the King of Bel gium and the lavish entertain ments of William Walsh The enterprising Mr R Lan caster Williams sees in Mr David son great chances for the increase of the patronage of Oceean View whose attractions are well known nud it is believed that with his high social standing in Kentucky he will bring numerous Western and Southern society people to Ocean View during the coming leeRson On next Tuesday and Wednesday March 26th and 27th you will find on display all the latest styles in Paris and New York pattern hats and bonnets at Mrs Sally Thomas 2St ALARM WEDNESDAY There was an alarm from box 18 at 085 on Wednesday even ing which was caused by the burning out of a chimney in a cottage on Second street occupied by colored people There was no damage done Like Oliver Twist children ask for more when given One Minute Cough Cure Mothers endorse it highly for croup It quickly cures nil coughs 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 Mc Kee Hardie NARROW ESCAPE While Copt John R Spiers and daughter were driving along the Devils Hollow pike Sunday after noon a jock rolled down the hill and frightened the horse which jumped over the bank throwing Capt Spiors and his daughter out Fortunately they were not seri ously injured The frightened animal dragging the wreck of the buggy then ran in Taylor Avenue and Second street to Bridge street It there ranon the pavement in front of Klebers confectionery where a colored man succeeded in catching and stopping it There was quite a crowd of peo ple passing and there waS a scampering into the drug stores and confectionery to get out of the way Go to Mrs Sally Thomas for swell ready to wear hats 282t ELIJAH WAS HUNG It wasjin an Episcopalian Sun dayschool thut a lady teacher was questioning her class and asked one little fellow if he ever heard of Elijah Yesum was the reply Well how did he die she asked vHe was hung Hung No child what in the world made you think so Why the preacher says so every Sunday He always says on these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets and Elijah wasp rophet iii IMIPiiI GOOD PLACES TO INVEST YOUR MONEY FOR SALE STOCKS AND BONDS 21 shares of Frankfort Water Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Triple stock 15 Masonic Temple Bonds 108010 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stooks 4 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Cos 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 10 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Cos 4 per cent bonds of 10000 each 65 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 80 shares Capital Gasjr Elec trio Light Cos stock REAL ESTATE 2 storerooms in the Williams Block South Frankfort Ky 800 feet of lots fronting on Shelby street South Frankfort Ky known us the J Stoddard Johnston property About 42 acres of land on But timers Hill outside of oily limits with a good two story house on it all in good grass it is a fine dairy farm Sales will be made upon reason able time For particulars apply to JOHNW RODMAN or DR J S COLLINS Feb 9tf w LOST AN ARM On Saturday night while Mr Jesse Moore formerly of this city was engaged in making n running coupling of cars of a freight train at La Grange he slipped and fell as he1 ran ahead of the cars His right arm fell across the rail and before he could get it out of the way thecar wheel ran over it and crushed the hand and wrist Mr Moore is a brother of Mrs J 11 Wakefield Mrs I T West and Mr N I MoDaniel of this city He was taken to Louisville where the arm was ampdtated be low the elbow Porf Ivison of Lonaconing Md suffered terribly from neu raliga of the stomach and indiges tion for thirteen years and after the doctors failed to cure him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Curo and after taking a few bottles of it he says U It has cured me entirely I cant say too much for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat South Lougmoor and W MoKee Hardie REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEETING Frankfort Ky March 20 1901 Pursuant to the authority invested in me by Hon Cling 0 Reynplds Chairman of the Repub lican District Committee for the Seventh Congressional District of Kentucky I hereby call a meeting of the Franklin County Republi can Committee to take place in the city of Frankfort Ky on Monday April 1st 1901 at 11 oclock a m for the purpose of taking all necessary steps for and the election of a new Chairman of the Republican County Oom mitteee of this county D B WALOUTT Secretary Franklin County Repub lican Committee KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Isthe latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Nausea Sick Headache QastralglaOrampsand all otherresults of Imperfect Prlco5OC and It size contains times small stse Book all ab utdyspepsla muUedfree Prepared by C DtWITT AGO Chicago SOUTH LONGMOOR W McKEE HARDIE- I S4erMI Ill ercrk 1 rit- hTAYIOR WHISKEYof BOTTLED IN POND REST Of Alt IS P50CORKW AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COW OF THE REALM OUTAYLORSNINATUREISFORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR ft SONS DISTILLERS INCOEPOIUTED FRANKFORT KY L ot 6f Feb 1901 W Paid 18UB 031 80 189 1669 44 1898 6024 1898 7811 68 1899 8956 86 February 1899 1699 19 1899 79 May 1899 Juno 1899 July 89 1899 1899 1901 Tile 1 sEt7 MON ir IIIv F To Quittr Business I offer my entire stock of IChina Glassware Stoves J Tinware for at 7 1 CostFor I 4 No Goods Charged JOHN T BUCKLEY r uwvulnruLr t 30TH DISTRIBUTION Tfio 18xington Real Estato ana saY Ings Go FEBRUARY 26 190lf COUPON FUND 580888 PAED OUT 580300 Amount Reserve 4049215 Coupons Cancelledby J A Edge E Parrish OUR GROWTH Amounts Certificate Holders to September October November 11 December Je January 1176874 March V 14788 April 1 17610 20642 88 24282 79 20614 August 80881 16 September 8364396 Noveuiber1900 116661 86 January 12641770 4W ANTUe aEr I and and Sale Fund October 1899 86691 22 November 1899 r 40869 Deeetrtber 1899 45851 45 January 1900 60846 64 February 1900 65722 76 March 1900 60982 84 April 1900 68142 94 May 1900 77109 28 Juno 1900 8420 56 July 1900 90j948 71 1000 97254 70 september1900 10810665 October 19QO 10911602 December 1900 1201886 84 February 1901 13i726 68 r OFFICERS Jab J Riley President Geo Denny Vice President J A Edge Secretiipy andJPreas W Po Parrish Accountant Lexington Address J A Edge Seoretaryrf Y SAD 1tA THIThe sad news came to this city Sunday that Miss Jennie S French had diod at Asheville N C earl that morning of that dread dis ease consumption Miss French was stenographer and typewriter for Mr C P Chenault and her health giving way she went to North Carolina in hopes of recup erating She was a bright and pretty iyoung girl beloved by nl1who J knew her for her gentle and re Pined character She was a sisterI of Mrs J Craik Jackson granddaughter of Mrs Wm French of this city She was 4 also the daughter of the late Mr Sidney French who served as City Attorney of this city for sev tioral years hefore his death Hearing of her serious illness her mother Mrs Helen R French and Mr T Craik Jackson had 1started to Georgetown to catch the Q C train for Asheville and the sad news was telephoned to ploceIThe remains were brought here and the funeral held on Wednes day afternoon after which they were interred in the family lot in our cemeteryI4Thetenderest sympathy of many friends and relatives is felt for the sorrowing ones 1ARRESTED Officers Williams and White head arrested Parker Purkius 001I redl on the 050 L N train on Tuesday on the authority of a telegram from LaGrange charged with stealing 70 He was lodged in jail to await officers from Old r ham county The man was dressed in a full suit of new clothing and had a new grip full of clothing He claimed to be en route to Nicholasville SUNDAYS RAZOR Two colored women med Dell Mosby and Ella Parker residents of Long Lane Alley became involved in a difficulty on Sunday afternoon The Mosby woman proceeded to carve the Parker woman with a razor cutting bad gash on her breast The Mbsby woman was locked upWhen you are billions use thos famous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Risers to cleanse the liver and bowels They never gripe South Longinoor and W McKee Hardie- SOMETHING UNUSUAL Sunday last was St Patricks day airly inthe mornin and what never happened here in the memory of the oldest inhabitant it was a bright clear and pleas ant day throughoutnot a dro of rain or a flake of snow fulling May there be many more such See that you get the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve whe you ask for it The genuine is a certain cure for piles sores and skin diseases South Long moor and W MoKee Hardie TO HELP THE OLOVERPORT SUFFERERS There was a meeting held at th courthouse on Tuesday night to arrange for raising funds to aid the fire sufferers at Cloverport The Elks were requested to repent their concert WILL CELEBRATE ITS CENTENNIAL The first Presbyterian Church of this city will celebrate its on hundredthanniversary on Sunday March 81st Exercises ap propriate to the day will be given and a history of the church read I L A OUT FOB SPRING Easter is the time when many Ladies make their appearance with New Spring Suits I 1Our theIline of DRESS GOODS has reached a point completeness Everything has be n selected with care and forethought Never in the history of this store has it been able to show such a variety ofchoice materials as now Call and inspect our stock and you t will be convinced of the superiority of our goods inIquality style and designs We have the new shades ALBATROSS such as Old Rose Castor Grays Blues Reseda Greens 1rtc at Sac per yard Prunella Cloths in the new shades 75c to 100 per yard htTamese Cloth beautiful goods for Spring Dresses 44 at 106 per yard Homespuns Venetians and Serges Sac per yard and upward rBlack Dress Goods in many styles Sac to 200 per yard J CKAGIN i BRO 41 St Olair St At the Bridge It is earnestly hoped that all the members will be present DoRev Dr J MoOlusky Blayney has been the pastor of this church for about 20 years THEIR OPENING lThe spring opening of Messrs Weitzel ODonnell was held on Tuesday lost March 10 and was a decided success All the latest styles and fabrics in dress goods- e and ladies lingerie were on exhi bitiou and their store was filled with busy shoppers all day long The stomach controls thesitua tion Those who are hearty and strong are those who can eat and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and allows you to eat All the good food you want If you suffer from indigestion heartburn belching or any other stomach trouble this preparation cant mostpcan South Longmoor and McKee Hardie v ZILPAHn March is here again with howl ing winds and driving storms Health good not many being listTFnrm work is in progress Mov ing is about over Visiting is the theemany Kokoma Ind who was here this week on business Mrs Sarah Moore returned from a visit of several days to her daughter Mrs Thomas Watkins Baileys Mill Mr John Graves of this place sold his farm to Mr Barnie Stivers Price paid 1200 tJohl1 Samples who sold his farm here to Mr Hayden and went to Indiana to locate has bought the same book of Mr Hay den and rented it to Mrs Jennie Bryant for this season Mr Eugene Bryant has rented from Mr George Demaree and will move soon placeisIndian Territory this spring Mr J K Moore and wife were at Shelbyville thisweek on busi ness CLOSE OBSERVER STAMPING GROUND Mr Richard C Head and wife visited his sister Mrs Will SundayMrstricken with paralysis is rapidly recovering under the treatment of Dr R P Buckmaster the Osteo pathistWSplendid rains have fallen in this section since my last letter improvedbyout splendidly and hopes are now entertained for a fair crop The many friends of Squire J S Lindsay sympathise with him in the sudden death of his brother Mr Anthony T Lindsay of Car roll county The host of friends of Dr H Gilbert Reynolds are congratulat ing him upon his success in his new home at Fisheryille but es suchIOur community was shocked when the news came that Mr French S Lair had been acci dentially drowned at Stones mill where he was employed It seems that he had gone out on the dam at the mill to raise some nets he had set there ahd when he started back he took a short out under the mill forgetting to stoop low enough he ran his head against a beam cutting a considerable gash in the top of his head and knocking him down In the fall his face struck a rook pro ducing unconsciousness In the fall his head went into the water and he was drowned He was a clever and popular man He lived with his widowed mother his sister and brother The re mains wore taken hack to his old home at Oynthiana for interment His life was insured for 2000 YACOB wINCHEST FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 16 Inset upon luring them take no others and you will get ALL DEALERS KEEP The Whitley Ex erciser for the Lawyers Physi cians Ministers Merchants La dies e r s Children Clerks FOR EVERYONE Prices 2 00 300 400 450 Calland allow us to show it to you STAGG BACON Hardware Masonic Temple RI I NewRivml Leader 3I1dtlIRepealrI Bookkeep u= cION W 1SI60 I II GEe M STEMLIN I Frankfort Cincinnati RailwayITHE MIDLAND ROUTE LOCAL TIME TABLE In Effect October Bth 1899 P 131 AM PM AM No5 No a No Dally Except Sunday No 2 No 4 No6 Mixd Pass Pass Pass Puss MUd 340 a60 Lv Frankfort A Ar 1120 710 915- Stcdmantownr r f f r ia6 362 702 Elkhorn 1107 a66 865 1S5 401 710 Switzer 1100 a49 a40 165 410 720 Stam Ground laso aS9 823 818211i230 428 740 Georgetown ia32 a20 761 300 438 760 C S Depot B 1028 617 76U = 448 a07 Newtown 963 603 =466 815 Centervllle 945 655 a20 Elizabeth 940 550 610 a80 ArPnrlsOJv 930 640 connects with L N connects with k Cfconnects with Kj Central Between Frankfort and Cincinnati PM PiiAM Alt PM 100 840 650 LvFrnuktortAr 1120 710 617a i660 720 1005 ArClnctnnat1Lv aso 400 t i The Chafing Dish 11 What memories it brings up In the Jhands of your inexperienced friend for the first time it causedt you perhaps an uneasy andrestlessj season ofseeing things in your dreams What was it a Welch Rare bit or who can tell But seriously the chafing dish is a source deal of We can show Briyoutannia Co are ryconvenient to use with themTrays t Spoons Forks Skimmers Flagons etc The dishes are heavily on cop or nickel silver carefully finished j lamp is particularly good giving a iper steady flame easily regu As a means of helping little to be a success a chafing dish is unequalled Have one yourrfifty reliable receipts with each dish Qo For Brail1 FaglLoss of mental energy lack of thought t power failing memory or inability to con centrate the mind on the work in hand r there is nothing so good as Dr Miles Nervine Its powerful influence in build ing up and strengthening the brokenrdown invalil ishes fortifies and refreshes the tired and wornout brain and gives new strength new life and new energy to the system j Drr Miles Nervioeputs a light gives firmness and mind Now time Sold by druggists a guarantee Dr Miles Co Rffrftnrl f ASCENSION EPISCOPALOHOBCH Rev R L McCreacly vector F B Wentworth Assistant Morning prayer at 9 ff In Holy Communion and sermon 11 a m Evening prayer and sermon 780 p m i Sundayschool and adult Bible class at 945 Lenten services Monday Tues Thursday and Saturday 480 p m Wednesday with Bible Friday with lecture on d church history at 780 p m these services public iare cordially invited Seats BAPTIST CHURCH M B Adams pastor D D of Colorado will preach at 11 a m and 780 p At 3 oclock p in there be It inissmsettnp at which Martin preach a sermon to In presence women A series of meetings will be every afternoon at3o30 and eyeningIweek Sundayschool in a m Special classes Rtiyoung mellIYoung Peoples Society meet xat 0801 m in VSeats free and cordially In CHRISTIAN CHURCH Darsio pastor pronoh at 11 in and 730 p m N subject RockMan aoter Summed Up last of series of sermons i Christian Endeavor Society wHl meet in chapel at 045 Loader Alta Rogers Topic What I Owe to Christ Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday ac 880 in chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday night ftt Topic The Path of Just- The public will be cordially welcomed tp these services and es pecially strangers In city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted Father Thomas S Major pastor jLow at 780 Iass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p II FIR S T PRESBYTERIAN OHUBCH J McClusky Blayney D D pnstor preach at 11 a m p m Sundz at a m- Ir Young Peoples Society of Chris ttan Endeavor meots In Sunday jsohool at 045 p m evenjMt r Excessive application studies and hard work ministry undermined health and affected brain and nerv system My memory failed my mind was dull my thoughts confused and I was so nervous restless that I could scarcely sleep After 1 began taking Miles Nervine this vas changed and a few months I was feeling better and stronger than I had before in years REV L Dacula Ga Adds renewed force to system new in the eye new to the step new life to the is the to try it all on Medical Ind RELIGIOUS Sunday aI am day Les son and To all the freer Kov Rev 71 Den ver will Mr will men the held the for will tho all are Rev Geo the will ht Tho fho the ten tho tho the the by Rev the mass am High Rev the will fi and 780 045 the room to my in the my my ous and Dr all ill W SINGLETON the TJaE BEST GRO BRIES AND LIQUORS AT LOWEST PRICES JOHNTDRISL LLSj The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Re1 J R Savage the pn tor will at 11 a in and 880 a m- Epworth League meets at C4o p uh Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to at tendSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Wm CroweJrtho pastor will preach at 11 a m and at 780 m- Sundayschool at U80 n m Yotn Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 pm To oil these meetings the public is cordially Invited Augustus Thomas great play Arizona is hooked for a date in April at the Capital Theatre Arizona has met with even a greater success than Alabama the champion piece by the same author Putnam fadeless Dye Navy blue is the fastest known blue with the exception of Indigo and it is impossible for you to do home dying with Indigo lOo per package Sold by South Longmoor BIRTH- SARGENTIn this county on Wednesday March 20 lfl01 to Mr Urban V Sargent and wife a son weight 10 pounds IFREE LECTURE Mrs Dr Wood of Washington City will lecture at the Y M C A gymnasium room on Friday SubjeottAAll are invited to come A GOOD COUGH MEDIOINE FOR CHILDREN I 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 pnrfect satisfaction It was coin mended to me by a druggist as the best cough medicine for chil dren as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by J W Gayla South Longmoar LangdonCreaseyCosbig bar gain counter is a great attraction Dont miss it 28lt WORKING 24 HOURS A DAY Theres no rest for those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always busy curing Torpid Liver Jaundice Biliousness Fever and Ague They banish sick headache drive out malaria Never gripe or weaken Small taste nice work wonders Try them 25o at J W Gayles r When you ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your fkin itch and burn Dis youfeelDo scabs or scales form on the Skin Hair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Failing Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores Eatintr Sores Ulcers All these tire symptoms of eczema and impurities anti poisons in the blood Take B 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 lust the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 30 years Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are udvied to bydruggistsbottles 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 4 14 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble und free personal medical advice given ESTFor Sale by W McKee hurdle 481y 2 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyono BendIng a sketch and description may nscert tIn our opinion free whether an liiTcntlon Is Commucai Lions strictly contidoutfal Handbook on Patents securlntrpatentaPatent tpecial notlee without charge In tho Scientific flmerfcaw A handsomel lllustnited weekly Largest clr cnlatlon of nclcntlUo Journal Terms a year four months Sold brail Co361Broadway New Yuri Branch sake P BU Washington D Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed When you want something to heal a hum or a sore or a cut why not try Banner Salve which is guaranteed the most healing ointment in the world Take no substitute South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie Does it Pay to Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs nnd colds right but you want some thing that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible ii not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY that been introduced in all llvilizEdcouni tries with success in severe throat and Germonigermdiseasecauses easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by nIl drug in the world For sale by S istBI Holmes 4ly 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 Honey and Tar is that it is the very host medicine for la grippe colds cough etc South Longmoor and W McKee Hardio Silver Plate that J Bay SpoonsF 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 or fork insures the Irgenuine Rogers quality famous for wear Full trademark 1847 Rogers Bros t f ffiJeii D IQucstl n Answered s Yes August Flower still has tb largest salt of any meriicmo in thescivilized world Your mothers rsyour grandmothers never thought of w using nn thinA else for indigestion or 1 biliousness Doctors were 8cnrn r appendfciils rfailure etc They used August 1JFlower to clean out the system and i stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stim ulnle the nervous and organic notion of the system and that is all they r took when feeling dull and bad headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you For smite by S B Holmes 4ly iYEAnS KXrEKtEXOE IJ GRDNIALD Professional Piano nod Organ Tuner Re patror will visit Frnnltort ovary 80 dayn Leave orders GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 22ly DO OU WANTJTo sell real estate timber or coal stools of goods Do you want to buy or exchange for any kind of property Write me with all the Address Decl5ly For Sale t A first viw hyeiele mndel- Rumbler Is ottered fur sale Apply ut this offlee tl WANTED Two reliable travelln salesmen in each State permanenrposition salary and expenses ex perience not absolutely essentialJAddress Piedmont Tobacco Works Greensboro N C 208mc fl Good cristmast Suggestion I One of the most useful pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest tsa Christ mas ift is the latest improved Cyco Bearing Bissell sweep 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 satisfaction R Rogers Sons dqc 1ly n ARIZONA A Hz nnthe sensational tri Ximph is reputed to be the great est success and most expensive I production thnt left Now York this season The play is a grand lingenntry of beautiful ptnge pic tires as it isthe recital of one ofs the must thrilling and exciting ejiiocles in the history of the world There are six acts and it tine tableaus encho picture of Artistic creation The locale oft the play is at Byzantium the cap ital of the Eastern Empire dur ing tho reign of Emperor Justin ian and Empress Theodora Theo r dora a child of the circus passed her early years in the environ in ant of low and degraded women i She runs away from her master I with a rich merchant forsakes liiin and marries Justinian who ubseqeuently ascends the throne and installs his wife as Empress Theodora soon tires of the pomp ft und ostentation of the palace In r company with a single attendant she seeks adventure and amuse anent among her people in guise I tf Myrta a young widow While r oti one of those escapades she meets a young and handsome Athenian with whom she becomes enamored Andreas is the leader of his people and plans the down fall of the empire A plan is laid tor the abduction of the Emperor t which fails inter Andreas con fided to Theodora his intention of rrkilling the Empress At the z arena he recognizes his Myrta and the Empress as the same per Ison and publicly denounces her in the vilest terms He is ar rested but Justinian declares that tifhe wins the race in which he is to participate as reprosentative off the people he may go free Know ing him to be too severely wound ed to withstand the strain of the wencounter Theodora to save her him secreted away and porfiting by her early training in the circus secures a costume like hisfr THIN I J HAIR One 1 Lots o f hair Per haps their hair per haps their 7 children have thin not make it necessary I Jfo them to have thin 1 1M thingyou mayrely upon 1I peoplehave parentshad doesI rrarr vigorr ft makes the hair healthy f and vigorous makes it grow thick and il long It cures dan M druff alsoIIt always restores hairlI fitofearly life There is no longer need o- fIyour looking old be your time l J 5100 a bottle All druggists fa t As remedy for restoring color to the Aors Hair Vigor has no equal It has always me nerCeat satisfaction In it very Airs A M STREHL 1 Aug Mnmmond8portNY I WrHm the Deeter TheHairbenefitsJr Addroll write AVER1jweU Masc IJ tunate falling iher hair on her shoulders she is detected by Jutinian who sentences her to ox eon tion Theodora escapes and hides in a vault beneath the hip podrome where Andreas lies wounded Hero Theodora en deavors to regain his I6ve He her advances In her desperation she gives him the contents of a vial of poison thinking a philter of love charm Andreas dies just at tho executioner enters by order of Justinian to behead the Empress- At the Capital ThetjtreJ Friday March 29 190- 1TWICE PROVEN From the Vindicator Ruther fordton N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the pfficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each sass First with rheumatism in the shoulder from which he suffered excruciating pain for ten 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 thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was relieved by two applications rubbing wth the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by J W Gayle South Longmoor MIRTH FROM THE MIDWAY Buffalo has already received a foretaste of the PanAmerican Midway A few uights ago the Concessional Association expended aobut 2000 in bringing together for one night only some of the novelties which will have a place in this gay quarter of the Exposition Each of the many concessionaires contribued a part for the programme The stage equipments were arranged in the gymnasium of the Buffalo Club and it was a night of full attend ance on the part of the members The programme opened with an Indian War Datice by genuine red skips who will participate in the Indian Congress one of the great est concessions off the Midway Wh representatives of forty twortribes will be presented A ragtime millionaire representing the IOld Plantation came next upon the scene Chiquiti the living doll aged thirtytwo no higher than a yard stick con versed with her attendant in the presence of the audience sang a dainty song and waltzed to the music of the orchestra native Mexicans in their peculia- costumes who will appear in theIIs theatre of the Strops of Mexico gave a cleverperfbrmahce of sing ing and dancing Gli Williams came up from Now Mexico to tell a few clever stories and sing a song or two ThQfanipus ill tl8 ionist RoItnir who m responsible for the iourjeUusioDoiytt- on tho Midway gavefo magia1 er formance of very unusual clover ness A Venetian serenade with mandolin guitar and flute accompaniment reminded the listeners of Venice in America Fatima of the Beautiful Orient per formed her famous dances The royal Japs of the Japanese Vil lage the dancing bear of tale Animal Show Hattie WelJsa noted dancer and three queens from tho Pacific possessions helped to draw out the ntltain nent to an unusiial length It was a rare occasion and gave promise of a Midway of unusual interest Inasmuch as each feature of the Midway will be a flue entertainment iifitself the aggregate cost of his magnificent collection reaching some 8000000 the reader may to some degree un lerstand the preparations making or this feature of the Exposition SEED OATS FOR SALE North White Seed Oats for sale nt 85 cents per bushel at Royal fills 20lm 1heMdIih Begins in theifP growing Anywhere the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the qualityspoiled by carelessness inexperience or scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchfulcare the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles- In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there la tilt of articles package In which the List Is found the purchaser has bought a of some article to be selected by or tom List subject only to the condition that the Big nature on tbo package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY Tomatoes largest size finest ever put up 7 cents a can nt Langdon Creasy Cos 281 1 J A LITTLE KNOWN FACT That the majority of serious ofrguaranteed Try itt to lay if youre not fooling well South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie Ailuiinisl rntois Notice- S administrator of Mrs Martha A Paxton pursonohavingmust prove thorn as by pro sent thorn to mo nt once Those knowing themselves indebted to tho estate will como forward and settle promptly J A PARKER 272t Administrator M A Paxton Too many people lose valuable time in experimenting with cough and cold cures They should tube Foleys Honey nun Tar before it is too late South Longmoor and W MoKee Hardie NIGHT WAS HER TERROR HI would cough nearly all night AppleIcould hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if 1I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when allother medicines failed three 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 50c 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 Gayle South Longmoor iiiii i olCood Cofleei 1 7imrtsul un f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee PL S COAL II am receivingand unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal Iffthe best quality Leave your orders while it is and clean and they shall have my personal attention it Hoge Coal and Feed Company IWf HOGrE Proprietor Telephone o7 Blue Grass Miseries SPRING 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Tree Shrubs Iloses Grapes Small Frnitc Asparagus OrchardJLawn theIStrawbery catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Mar 23m Phone 271 FOR BARGAINS IN Groceries Flour Meal B icon 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 Shipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 2- 6driiiui NOTICE COURTEmmaIVIIAvorille Defendants 1AverillprexenQtheof before April 1st JOHN 8 HARROD 24lm Special Commissioner F 00 NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT r R H Thorntons Admr Plaintiff l 5AUIOrHonJ Hio estate nott fled to appear before me andprove their clnlim or same to me proven aa required by law on or before April 1st W H POKEY 24lm Commissioner F 00 NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Edmonia Blacks Admr Plaintiff r vs Sulllo Weislger c Defendants All persons having claims agalnsb tho estate notfledbrlayJOHN S 24lm Special Commissioner V 00 c = rDO YOU WEAR A TRUSSI ttiIf so let mu lit you AU kinds Gnar nntccd Prices right J W GAYLErDruggist Mnrkethouso Oor Ann and Broodway 1 1Frnnkforly nn Bar Meeting I At a meeting of the Frankfort Bar held nt the Court House Fri day morning March 15 1901 out of respect to the memory of Pat fcDonnlddccensedIIonlra Julian was chosen chairman and SecretaryA of J B Lindsey L F Johnson and T P Tremere was appointed to report suitable resolutions The Committee reported the following resolutions viz The members of the Frankfort Bar with bowed heady and subdued spirits have assembled in their court room to deplore the loss of another associate and pay their last sad tribute to the mem ory of Put McDonaldwhose life less form now lies at his homo across the street Thoughrecently admitted to the bar he had already evinced unusual interest in the practice toand challenged our esteem by the same worthy ambition to succeed in our profession which gave him success as a business throughxityHis long and faithful service as Justice of the Peace and member of the Fiscal Court of Franklin county for years doubt less led him to become a mem s b professionIdentified the old Frankfort Yeoman and the Public Printing of the Common wealth his acquaintance with the public men of Kentucky was extensive and he was so often an important factor in politics that his name will long be re membered as part of the history politicalBut to those who are closest to Pat McDonald his domestic relations constituted his greatest virtue and as a husband father and neighbor the real tender ness of his nature and kindness of his heart was best exemplified We tender our sincere sympa thy tip his stricken family and benom cuit tJourt and a copy furnished to his family r r JNO B LINDSEY 1L F JOHNSON T P TREMERE After appropriate remarks were made by several members of the Bar said resolutions were f unanimously adopted A committee was appointed to provide suitable floral offering The meeting then adjourned Attest VII CROMWELL IRA JULIAN SecChmn FAST TIME TO DULUTH Chicago and NorthWestern The Duluth Limited and St Paull Fast Mail leaves Chicago everyday in the year 1000 p m ima Duluth 1080 a m the uextI morning Fastest time to the head of the lakes Drawingroom Sleeping Cars Observation Parlor Cars with Cafe and Free Reclin inK Chair Car The best of everything For tickets rates and full nearIeat Vuiiag Willow Furwtorc aad a Wicker Ckiiri I 1PIHw chatr noon btoomt MtM tat Aey w ba ekmmed to look like acv with W Gold Dust Wuting Powder u4 vira wattr Vie a scrubbing brutbt when water become the least tolled get fresh follow nutbod but must be wiped dry quickly Ih abr1lska f nt tnt t 1Cause at Lout Nw Yerketon THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leave Lexington 1050 a m arrlvt Chattanooga fi50 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack sonville 880 m Equally as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p mI has through connections and sleeping car service arriving Jack with the Queen Crescent Route is the only line with 24 hour schedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson ville for all 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 Avenue W A TURK C WM H TAYLOEA Louisville Ky All the latest novelties in mil linery at Mrs FOR RENT I offer forrent the storeroom formerly occupied by me on Birdge street South Side Possession given at once 28tf N F RICHARDSON A LAST TRIBUTE The burial of Eliza Rodes Watson wife of the Rev Win L McExvun pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church Pittsburgh Pa took place Sunday March 10th in the cemetery at Frankfort Ky To those who assembled at the little station to await the com ing of the train which bore the mortal remains of one who was known and loved of all in Frankfort the occasion was one of tonderest sorrow They did not meet to do honor to the wife of the faithful and beloved pastor to the devoted helpmate of Gods minister That sweet and touching tribute had been paid by those among whom she had spent the last years of her life whose thoughtful kindness and loving consideration had left undone not one thing which could have added to the comfort and brightness of her sickroom Here was a different note a sense of personal love and loss Those who bore her to the ter race overhanging the winding river Inhere sleep her own be loved dead were the elders of the Church where she had received the companions of her radiant girlhood the tried friends of her maturer years They were her mothers friends her fathers kindred her hus bands people and all these Inv eri her The simple services- were soon over There was a prayer frpm one who hud known her from girlhood whose voice was husky with emotion a pus sage from Gods word beautiful voices lifted in melody flouted up to Heaven on the wings of the wind and there under a bed of flowers whose fragrance was like her own sweet spirit with Gods sunlight chining over nil we left her to await the Resur rection mornF B Richmond Ky is hanlworhwithotGo1dflusJt rlr1YnovuwonxIsat eveningSouthern RailwayInformation PassengerAgent AgentWnshington SnUyfhomhs282t wereI I Housework YouShould Use MILESJ E M FLOURO IRSTBecause it isI the best FLOUR in the marketISECONDBecause it is allhomeant home labor is production Tho J Ei1th11ill Go J N MILES Sera EUROPEAN TOUR Mrs Daisy Fitzhugb Ayers well known socially and journalisti cally throughout the State and brightly identified for many years projjectsMediterranean and comprehensive European tour to cover eighty days and to include an immense amount of pleasure She will be accompanied by a merry company of friends from various parts of the State who will travel in first class accommodations on laud and sea and be at the least ex pense of any similar party of the year The itinerary beginning at Gibralttr and ending at Glas gow embraces all the principal countries and points of interest of both the continent and Great Britain with Alpine and Vesu vian climbs trips through the Black Forest and all the delightful and romantic things p ssibleI STRIKESTRIOHPIND 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 wife1 in excellent health for years She says electric Biters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try diem Only 50o Satisfaction guaranteed by J W Gayle BOARD AND LODGING Two gentlemen or a husband and wife desiring firstclass hoard in large room with dress ing room attached can obtain it by calling at this office TO CONNECTING LINES i This is to advise that commenc ing Monday February 25 1901 this company will honor 0 P A mileage locally over its line thus abrogating all instructions issued in October last relative to the discontinuance of the use of this mileage locally over the line such instructions permitting its use only between St Louis and Evans ville and Louisville We have pleasure in further stating that all outstanding C P A mileage tickest will also b honored over our line locally whether they contain clause to this effect or not This is for your information and any instructions you may deem necessary to issue in the matter Yours truly L I IRWIN General Passenger Agent Restora Vatimproves the complexion by promoting healthy action of the kidneys and diges tive apparatus 208t f i LEiTo Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Clack Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS BiKING OARS CHMR GARS FRETs RUGQ PASSR AOENT8T LOUS HOWARD ELLIOTT QENL ST kWWAKELEYQENLPASSRAOT ST IMDNDNRDUTEJ rho IwmillR9g Ie IETW- EENLouisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers jE H BAOON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Ste Loulavlllo GoingISouthIf so you secure many Advantages tyRO Ing via Cincinnati the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains pun etrate every part of the Central South hour schedule Cincinnati to Jacksonville and New Orleans 9 hours to Chattanooga a3 hours Shreveport hours to Port Tampa Observation parlor and cafe cars free clining chairsThrough Pullmans to all portant Southern cities i4rtnUre ortr roatti are seat sot wrlMuitkMtltt PAi OIMOINNT LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which in Quality and Flavor Ara EQUALTO ANY BEERMADE THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE jPItO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry IK 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Apt = t3Bpt21 Dr Cadys Condition Fowtiers are just a needs when in bad aneit medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 2P cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co DPI U MaadiWUlke7 FREE of Rattl vltb lA I I UM WOOLLtV ua oe IK xna Trycr h Kodofl Dyspepsia Cure Waesits what you eat r SOUTHeRFi RftlUflY IN KENTUCKY Santsnsd SohadJlt la tiftel IMA KABTBOOHD No L NO Not 74SpArShelbyvlllo B4BpmArAr Lexington 1045am 715pm 1050pm t WESTBOUND No a NO Z NO 4 MMMAPAr Larencebg asoam 5SOpmi 553oa1 Ar Shelbyville 010am MBpm flS6aa Ar Louisville 1040am 74Opm 7Waq lllNo STATIONS iNoT 12INO Uq400pm 745am Lv Loulsvil Ar 740pm 1040aas 626pm 1000am Lv LarnobrjfAr 580pm 720M6780pmKASTBOUW- WIlTBOIIND r tNo 8t STATIONS N IL tNoe 400pm 746am Lv Loulsvil Ar 1040am pr532pm 010am LT SholbvilAr 910am 16pa K7pm 1025am Lv Veralles Ar 760am 50t2pas 710pm II 10am Ar Midway Lv 780am 340p rtNoIiIO228m1102am 733pm Ar Nlohlvlll Ar 8 58am 406ptab S10p105pmSTATIONS No No a 746pArAr Knoxville 700pm 745asr fArLv CDnttanooea 605pm ttl5sea Ar Atlanta 1023pm llBOaai Ar Macon 1255am R25pas tt Ar Jeolesonvllle LSOam laoop Chattanooga 010pm eeaAr Birmingham 1005pm I14KM Ar Meridian 280am O1Apar x Ar New Orleans asoam No 3 through sleeping oar Louisville to BlM fNa1tNoLouise loft No Meeplngcar Blnctnghan to Loulavlll via Lexington All trains between Loulivllle Lexington aM Burgln dally- Between Versatile sad Qeorgetown Not II and lOdally NosC7andC3dallyexoeptSund ji Between Versailles Nloholaavllle Kiel send and Inrlne daily except Sunday IDally except Sunday Other trains dally fSOANifoifSd VPAOU J M Cut T K Washington D C Washington DQ- WATOUKOPA WMHTATLOHAQPA Washington D G LoulavlllB Kjk tXINaTON EASTERN RY I LOCAL TIMETABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 EAST BOUNDI t 4tMILESEx son AM o Lv Lexington 2 25 7 45 Montrose F 2 F800 Ayon 360 P810 M Wyandotte P267 P817 Wincheetor 810 88O 23 Mistletoe F815 86O L E Junction 8 2i 8 80 Indian Fields F 88 F 00 Clay City 863 018 Stanton 00 9 25 Kowjlyn F418 P981 Filson 410F956 1150 Dundee 480P94T Natural P485 DM J r Glcncnlrn F4C9 9E3 62 Torrent 10 08 Fincastle FTpspioaa 70 iBeattyrllle Junction fill 10 BcattTvlUe Lv 00 B 0 By Ar 6 10 45 f Lv St S P10 TanoaF5115F1051Athol 5 Oakdalo F660F1109 go Elkntnwa 0 07P11 W Ar Jackson 016 U80 WEST BOUND1i 8HILES8IEa sun gj Lv Jackson 025 2 25Ion Elkatawn 883F383 Oakdalo F049P340 82 Athol 0 60 3 60 79 F7WF804 St Helens 710P818 iO Beattyville Junction 726 8 OtB07 Lv Fincastlo F 1 sa F 888 62 Torrent 7 8 47 S Olenclairn F 15718 re Natural Bridge I8 08 401 55 808P4W 60 Filson 19 41t 47II Rosalyn F F 49r U n 8S3 48 l 8 4e 4M i0 Indian Fields 869P4M L E Junction 918 8 W Mistletoe 9 2BJJ 615ro Winchester 9 29 6 30 14f WyandotteF943F688Avon 949P54i 60oNOTICE T have rented out my + place on Fourth Ave to Judge ORear my family will go to New York but I am not going I may be found at my office rooms in 1 tyre Hume building day tf or night I have both Phones and they arerNo 59 I am boarding 1 at the Capital HotelIE E HUME 173m Jf ir