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THE FRANKFORT EOUNDABOUT l tiiLMO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advnnse IAIfVOL XXIVIFRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 6 I901NO 30 I rlOIROUIT COURT AllUIIUdjr waR the Bret day of that 5 April term of the circuit court 4 Judge Cnntrill came here on the V 11 80 a in F C train Court was called to order at 280 I oclock p in 1IThe following gentlemen were rr eip panneled and sworn ns the gijnnd jury W A Powers foreman J E MJnnfcrd David Lacefield Edward Price James Jones G C v Smitlief G F Knrsner S F Armstrong Albert Hockensmith James T Duvall J L Penn and Wm Gatewopd They w reijl etr citec1lby the judge and went to t All corporation cases were con tinued tOn Tuesday the ffallowing gen = tlemen Were soleated as petit jury i men for the term f V 0 W McQueen W D McChes If ney Sam A Parrent Jas W v Hughes W A Moore Forrest f J Harrod Jas W Winters R L f Kirk Allen Vaughan James San- fordt John Polsgrove Dane Hughes Jr T Larkin Jeff Minor h Adolpb Beck R E hewisR L r Redding Edgar Hardesty Vm Minor 19ITJie sheriff was ordered to summon five competent jurors J to complete the panel who are to report bn Tuesday morning next to which time all the jury men were excused The judge announced that he would give the time from nowI i until then to civil eases i guiring juries that the case of Capt Garnett D Ripley was the only criminal case that would be- tried at this term All the other criminal cases were continued until the September term HE KEPT HIS LEG Twelve years ago J W Sullivan of Hartford Conn scratched this leg with n rusty wire Infiain Nt mation and blood poison set in For twoyears he suffered intensely j Then the best doctors urged am putation but ho writes I used one bottle of Electric Bittern tand one and onehalf boxes of myfFor eruptions eczema tetter salt rheum sores and all blood disorders Electric Bitters hue no rival on earth Try them For sale by J W Gayle Will guar antee satisfaction or refund money V Only 50qIAs Mrs N M Crutoher and daughters were returning to their ho ue near Puckers on Monday afternoon a horse attached to a wagon ran away and ran into the buggy occupied by Mrs Crutoher and daughters breaking down one of the wheels and throwing the ladies out hut without serious in I jufY The accident occurred a luckilyclose to the residence of Mr B Todd Crutcher at Hoge Station Mr Crutoher procured another wheel for the buggy and t rthe ladies went on hometSpring coughs are specially dnnI gerons and unless cured at once serious results often follow One i Minute Cough Cure acts like f 4mngic It is not a common riiix ure but is a high grade remedy South Longmoor and W Mo Kee Hardio 8 pound cans of Bartlett pears IJnngdonMrensey s j A GOOD APPOINTMENT Posmaster S B Holmes has appointed Mr Walter Brewer as Substitute Letter Carrier to fill the vacancy caused by the promo tion of Mr Coley Crockett to be Regular Carrier Mr Brewer will make a good officer He was on the eligible list He is the son of Mr Jas A Brewer and has held a position with Mr R B Jillsou jr for several years perfecthenltheyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged DeWitts Little Early Risers cleanse the gripeSouthHardie REVENUE TAXES COLLECTED Deputy Collector Jacob Swigert made the following collections of internal revenue taxes for the month of March 2859 barrels 105881510 tax gallons 116 4146 amount of tax Thi8 indicates that the whisky market is getting preitty lively ULnst winter I was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on tie lungs Nothing gave me relief Finally my wife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure I can not speak too highly ofthnt excellent remedy Mr Manatawney Pa- KENTUCKIANS LANDED Captains A W Butt and K J Hampton who have been Quarter masters in the volunteer army have been appointed by the Pres ident to like positions in the reg ular army They are both Kentuckians Capt Butt was formerly Washing ton correspondent of the Evening Post Louisville Capt Hamp ton was from Winchester and was Secretary of the Republican State Committee in the Bradley campaign J IIJhnd piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve After using it once I forgot Lever had anything like pipsE 0 Boice Somers Point N Y Look out for imitations Be sure you ask for DeWitte South Long moor and W McKee Hardie FEAST OF THE PASSOVER Our fellowcitizens of Hebrew extraction observed the Feast of the Passover on Thursday last Tbeir places of business were closed from sundown of Wednesday afternoon until sundown of Thursday Fpr the Roundabout PITY TICKET Editor Roundabout I see that there have been sev end tickets suggested forth anti machine citizens of this city to vote for at the approaphing city election I would like to suggest the following For Mayor Jas H Graham City JudgeD W Lindsey jr City Prosequtor Hurry G Rod mUll City Marshal Win Wells City Council First Ward has C Furr J M Vandqrvoer V H Jeffries Second WardJohnW Milam J E Kirtley Henry Qraik 4 Third WardB C Milam L Labrot R L Grinstead Board of Education FirstWan T L Edelen Second WardR K McClure Third Ward Jno W Gayle This ticket could win hands down and there is not a man on it but what would discharge the duties of the position as it ought to be done and would do credit to the city CITIZEN FOR SALE 8000 2 year old anpnrngns roots 10000 strnwbery plnnt Cot the best varieties and all kinds of vegetable plants in season at AUG P 0 Frankfort Ky Mar 28lm THE ROMANCE OF A METRO POLITAN GIRL Ellizabeth Knight Tompkins whoseUnleBsoned Girl and Her Majesty found such universal favor with fiction lovers has just completed a new novel which she has called Aileen It is the romance of a metropol itan girl a singularly sweet invalid who wins her way to every heart The story will be begun serially in an early issue of The Ladies Home Journal THE INDIAN AND THE NORTH WEST IA handsomely illustrated book issued bound in clothand containing 115 pages of interesting historical data relating to the settlement of the great northwest with fine halftone engravings of Black Hawk Sitting Bull Red Cloud and other noted chiefs Custers hattle ground and ten colored map plates showing loca tion of the various tribes dating back tc 1600 A careful review of the book impresses one that it is a valued contribution to the history of these early pioneers and a copy should be in every library Price 50 cents per copy Mailed postage prepaid upon of this amount by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago Ill iJOHN C CALHOUNS ONLY LOVE LETTER The story of John C Calhouns courtship of his pretty cousin is the most formal and stately chapter in the love affairs of the great statesman His messages to his youthful sweetheart which shows a studied effort to guard against exuberance in confessing the gentle passion are embodied in letters to her mother all but one Just before their marriage Calhouns love seemingly Would brook no more such restraints and he wrote his dear Floride a tender avowal impatiently longing for tho wedding Jay and signed it your true lover This The Great Nullifiers first and only love letter has recently come to light and incorporated in an article on Calhouns wooing will appear in an early issue of The Ladies Home Journal THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER The blood is constantly being purified by the lungs liver and kidneys Keap these organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular mid you will have no need of a blood purifier For this pur toIone you more good than a dollar bot purifierjPirceJ W Gayloa and South Long- moorh drug atores yillVl J Ii The House With a Reputation For Houest Dealing We Are Ready In our new room with our new spring goods If you want whats up to date come to Mc CluresMerchant Tailoring Our cutter Mr W H Moran has already established reputation by the style and fit of his garments as the best ever in Frankfort We have a large assortment of the newest weaves both foreign and domestic of suitings Leave your measure with Mr Moran and you will have a suit you will beproud to wear 25 and u- pRedutoWedr Clothing We can show you in this department a line ofsuits that can not fail to please you All woolsuits from 750 to 20 and a perfect fit no matter what price IDAL KID SHOES We have more styles of these popular shoes than were ever before exhibited in Frankfort Mens Shoes and Oxfords 400 500 600 Ladies Shoes 3 00 and 350 Oxfords 250 300 and 350 nil K McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET J M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL SAFFELLS Staple and Fancy Groceries fChina and Glassware Fine Wines and- Whiskies We ask our city and country friends to call at 212 Ann Street and inspect our go- odsMSaffellJ C Son FEELTi J Ik M W FATXT I m JtI DO YOU WANT The newest style for your new Tailor Suit Taffeta Skirt Foulard Silk or any other kind of Dress or Dry Goods at lowest prices Then come to see us We cordially invite you to make yourself at home in our store ft Ii PERSONAL 1Miss Mnvme MoEwInc who hn rz been visiting her nunt Mrs M IHeffner in Louisville returne khome Saturday Mrs Lucy Rogers of Pleasure ville was the guest of relative here this week f Mrs Ida Nethertonof Long Run was the guest of relatives here this week Mr A R Donaldson of Men phis Tenn is the guest of his mother Mrs Geo Donaldsor South Side Mrs Jennie Carroll of lew Castle is the guest of Miss Luc t Pattie South Side MrsHenry T Stanton of Shelby vine is the quost of her daughtei Mrs Samuel B Robertson South SideMr J Gray McLean wife and guestbvie Mr H rman Taylor of Owens born visited Miss Lydia McDanie I on the West Side this week Capt Chapman Coleman Todd U S Navy was the guest of her Bister Mrs S B Holmes this week Mr Harvy L Focg stnnographei to Judge E C ORear visited his friends Mr Thos J Fogg and wife in Mt Sterling this week Judge Ed C OBoar and wife visited at their old home in Mt Sterling tbls week fl Mr D W Limlseyjr was called to Mt Sterling on Thursday by r legal business Miss Pearl Edwards of Wood ford county who has been visiting friends hero has returned homo 2 Mr S W Goin and wife of Wood ford county attended the funeral of Mi T J Jett on Monday Mr J W Shaw and wife of Mill Jville attended the funeral of Mr Jott on Monday Mr and Mrs Geo F Berry entertained on Thursday night at their home Juniper Hill a fw- Qf their musical friends to meet Miss Anita Muldoon of Louisville and Mr Frank Rogers tho cole brated Barytone of Boston Those present were Dr Burnam Mrs J R Burnam Mrs Geo Darsle Mr and Mrs Chas W Saudi Mr and Mrs E B Rod man Miss Margie Dudley Miss Mamio Scott Mr J MVanderveer Miss Mamie Bull Miss Anne Brown Mrs Coanelia Bush f Mr Geo A Lewis and wife and r Miss Belle Giltner attended the wedding of their niece Miss Clara Crutehor at Duokora on Wednes lily Judge W H Yost of Greenville 111 t was hero this week Roy J B Savage wife and wdnnghtor visited friends atSusanna Ky this week r4Airs H G Mattcrn was called to on Tuesday by the death r of her sister Col and Mrs Goo B Harper held the first of their April coop tions on Tuesday night last Mr Thos P Curtis of Louisville commercial tourist for J T S c Brown Son was in the city on Tuesday Rev J McClusky Blaynoy D D attended the conference of the trustees of Center College and of Central University on Monday Mr Geo A Lewis Grand Cap General of Knights Ternl par of Kentucky under orders off the Grand inspected Ver sallies Commandery No 8 on Wednesday night last Mr HurrY G Mattorn jr wpnt to Louisville Saturday afternoon Dr S O Finder wont to St Matthews Jefferson county to vI- sitChiS father on Saturday BowlingGreenatives Mr Rob Farmer went to Louisville Saturday to visit relatives Miss Nevie Lane visited Mrs S O Pinder at Forks of Elkhorn this week Rev T T Martin who has been conducting a four weeks meetIn- at the First Baptist Church left Bardstown on Saturday morning 101 began a meeting there on Sunday 5 Rev E F Wright of Woodlake went to Louisville Saturday morn ing to hear Rev F B Meyer the noted evangelist at Warren Memo rial Presbyterian Church Mr Wm Yeoman of Versailles was in the city on MOl1dayI Col W M Cravens of Now Cns Ite was here this week Capt R R Perry of the Win Chester Gateway Sentinel was heron Monday and made us a pens nt callMr L P Hulett of Louisville was mixing among his old friends in this city Monday Col Geo H Stehlin visited hit wife in Louisville on Sunday Misses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis of Wopdlako are guests ol Rev W H Whit ett D D and wife in Louisville Mr Edson Bradley of New Yorl was the guest of his brother Major W E Bradley the first of the week Mr S M Rice of the Kentucky Disltillerios and Warehouso Co New York was here this wool on a tour of inspection Judgo Jos T Oneal of Louisville was in attendance upon the circuit court here this week Mr C R Williams of the Court of Appeals visited friends at his old home in Louisville this week Mr J B Lewis of this office spent Sunday in Louisville the truest of his son Mr Goo W Lewis jr Gov W O Bradley and Gen Dan R Collier of Lancaster wore herd this week Gen John B Castleman of Louisville was hero Monday to see ifs friend and kinsman Capt Gar aett D Bipley Mr J Bruce Matthews of Wil iamsburg former Assistant Secre- taryt of State was in the city this weekCounty Attorney W O Davis was in the city on Tuesday Miss Mamie Stevenson of George town who has been the guest Miss Flora Belle Shepard for the past throe weeks returned home TuesdayMrs R Kollpr of Carlisle who has been the of her son Dr H S Keller for several days returned home on Tuesday sonsMarhallfor a two weeks visit to her parents Mr A IC Marshall and wife in Mason county Miss Lena Scott of this office and little Miss Clara OConnor spent last Sunday in Lexington Mrs Geo H Stehlin who has boon visiting relatives in Louisville for several weeks returned homo Sunday night Restora Water Liquid Health La Grippe coughs often continue for months and some times lend to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Honey and Tar affords positive protection und security from these coughs South Longinoor W McKee Bardie i THE SEASON i Is at hand for spring cleaning We make you lowest prices and show largest and most complete stock of newest styles in Car pets Mattings Rugs Curtains Portieres c i A R Bass of Morgantown Ind had to get up ten or twelv times in the night and had sever backache and pains in the kidneys Was cured by Foley Kidney Cure It is guaranteed South Longmoor W McKee Hardie John L Scott will sell his beau tiful Edgewood Home at publi auction at 8 p m Saturday Mny 4 1901 It fronts nearly 800 feet on East Main street and contain about 27 acres Half cash hal ance in 10 years at 5 per cent804t Skin troubles cuts burn scalds and chafing quickly lea by the use of DeWitts Witcl Hazel Salve It is imitated Bi sure you get DeVitts South d Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie A TESTIMONIAL FROM OLD ENGLAND I consider Chambrlains Cough Remedy the best in the world for bronchitis says Mr William Savory of Warrington England It has saved my wifes life she haying boon a martyr to bron for over six years heir most of the time confined to her bed She is npw quite well It is a great pleasure to the manu facturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be able to publish testimonials of this character They show that great good is being done pain and suffering relieved and valuable lives restored to health and happiness by this great remedy It is for sale by J W Gayle PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION Buffalo N Y U S A May to November 1901 Odd Fellows Days June 20 rind 27 Co all the Lodges of the 1 0 0 F Throughout the World Greeting You are hereby fru ernalry requested to unite with the vast army of Odd Fellows in raking Odd Fellows Days at the PanAmerican Exposition memorable in the annals of our beloved order and to that end we extend to the members of your lodge a cordial invitation to be present on this occasion On June 2027 we anticipate the pleasure of meeting and greeting Grand Sire Cable the Grand MRs ter and Grand Officers of each Jrand Lodge Jurisdiction through out tile world as well as many of the members of your lodge In order that every Odd Fellow and Rebekah may be informed of the good intentions of the Buffalo Odd Fellows we respectfully re- quet you to have this card and the inclosed letter printed in your laily and weekly newspapers Frutenrallly yours u 0 0 F PANAMERICAN COMMITTEE AFTER LAGRIPPE WHAT Usually a racking cough and a general fedlingof weakness noleys Honey and Tar is guaran eed to cure the grippe cough iqd make you strong and well South Longinoor and W MaKee Hardie j We Believe After 6 years of successful merchandising in Frankfort we are able to cater to the wants of the people and for this springselling we have purchased the largest line of DRY GOODS And Notions we ever carried Prices quality and satisfaction guaranteed Beautiful all wool Dress Goods at soc 66d75C and 100 all the very latest weaves and colorings 56 different shades of Taffeta Silks at 5oc 65c 75c extra values 500 yards New Wash Silks at 39c and soc J Everythingnew and stylish in Dress Trimmings Welizel ODonnell 3 Ask for Modes and Fabric Magazine Copies free The Whitley Ex erciser for he Lawyers Physi clans Ministers Merchants La dies BO ok eepf ers Children Clerks FOR EVERYONE Prices 2 00 3 00 X400 450 Calland allow us to show it to you STAGG BACON Elardware Masonic Temple I S D dOENSON aa- r it ppecia1rale for Easter J1 l KID GLOVES d 1 New Kid Gloves in all the Correct Shades 25ii NECKWEAR Fisk Clark 8J Flaggs Stocks arid Ties fi andt11 1 DEATHS JACOBIn this city on Mon day Mr Simon Jacobaged 78 k years father of Mr Ferd Jacob and Mrs Samuel Kings of this city The remains were taken to e Louisville for fchu funeral services t and burial Mr Jacob was a lmember of several Hebrew socie 1 ites SCOFIELD =Ab his homo near Hillaboro Texas on March 2H Dr John S Scofield aged 76 yearsDr Scofield was raised in this county and was a brother of Air Rose Scofield Jenkins of this city He removed to Texas many a years ago and acquired a comfortable fortune which he leaves to his large family of childre- nTAYLORIn Kansas City Mo March 28 Mary Lavinia Taylor for many years a citizen of the West Side this city She hud many friends in this city r MATRIMONIAL BEDFORDAYRES Announce appronohingfford son of Mr Sidney M Be i fordof White Sulphur and Mis Sidney J Ayres the daughte T1ihappy event will occur at the ttForks of Elkhorn Baptist P TUf R tl 5K- wMTA J FOR THOSE HIlTLOVE l ewshallmelodramatic and commonplace be whofacesstrangely selfforgetful The ex motherhoodblinds titheofto himself to see that his wife is in that condition of sound health which minimizes the risk both to mother I DrPierces and child Many husbands have cause it makes the pain of mother reducestheFive year wife wu In an almost Helpless condition suffering from female ofHagerman DrTiercesgavebirthShe is now sound and well and doing houiework Dr Pierced Medical Adviser 1008 stamptoonecent stamps for paperbound vol bindingto NEW SILKS Louisjnes Foulards Panne Foulards and TaffetasLatest ColoringsIALBATROS CLOTH All the stylish shades at 48 cents for this weekonly SAM DT JOHNSON CO 10thiyoung many friends Miss Ayres is a pretty and accomplished young lady- SMITHCRUTCHERA quiet wedding took place on Wednes day afternoon April 8d at the home of the brides parents MrI N M Crutcher and wife near Ducker Station this county Mr Fred Smith of Woodford county and Miss Clara Crutoher being HliBgroom a prosprous young Stationsneighborhood while the bride is a gentle sweet young lady mod 1est and retiring yet justly popular with all who know her and a prize the happy groom can well feel proud of as the queen of his heart and home Only the relatives and a few friends were present at the ceremony after which the young people wont immedi ately to the home he had prepared and commenced housekeeping in a sensible way May their wedded proveeone ness and all the blessings which bedupsnne rnnmng over It seems but as yesterday that the bride of today was a happy ourhown prattle and winning ways and it is hard to realize that time hnsII wafted her into another blessing and a helpmate in the battle of lifo God bless you little one and may the sun of prosperity ever shine upon your sunny head and never silver it with the frost of trouble and care TO ADDRESS NORMAL SCHOOL On next Friday night April i2I the Rev M B Adams will address the faculty and students of the State Normal School for colored persons All are in vited The subjectof lecture The Perils of Idleness ARIZONA eIArizona which has scored an immediate success throughout the Union will be seen at the Capital TheatreThis play has made an emphatic hit in every State in which it has been presented and it is conceded by the public and critics alike to he Mr Augustus Thomas premier beinglone at d Square r li Theatre in New York and would fillingiMessrs La Shelle and Hamlin to move the attraction which had Secured the later time at this theatre The characters depicted in Arizona are lifelike in every particular being taken from the present inhabitants of the Alkali plains and chalk hills surrounding the beautiful Aravaipa Valley in the State from which this play derives its name The scenic dis plays are from sketches being in the exact localities by Frederick Remington The costumes are also designed by Mr Remington which will be found to be very correct in every detail Early Rose and early Ohio seed potatoes 00 cents per bushel at LaugdonCreasey Cos 80lt DARING TRICKI While the buggyand fine mare of Dr E E Hume were standing in front of the drug store of Messrs South Longmoor on Wednesday night some daring thief jumped into the buggy and drove off out the Louisville pike nearly to ShelbyvHle About 5 oolosk on Thursday morning the mare and empty buggy came down- Conway street on ty the St Clair street bridge at a lively rate where the mare was stopped and taken to the South Side livery stable where a friend notified the doctor and he recovered his prop tortyThe singular part of the whole matter was that the mare had done no damage to the buggy in the long hours between its taking land the recovery Several per sons living on the pike telephoned the doctor that they had tried to stop the mare on her way home but were unsuccessful THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM Quick Relief From Pain All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr D N of Ohio Some time rheuImntismnumerous no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons Co druggists of this place to try Chamberlains Pain Balm They recommended it so highly that I bought a bottle Ins soon ret- ilieved of all pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with mo that it is the best remedy for muscular rheumatism in the market For sale by J W Gayle OATORJ4-Bears theThatilad Bignatnie 11 of iSiMAii 4APRON GINGHAM And Indigo Blue Calico for this week only 44 CJJ NOVELTIES r Unique Easter Novelties for Children 2 PfAfJSflnt to tilke I Laxative SyrupNATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And 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 Vegetable about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc It our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE 4tf I GEO H 155 = I i TUB Frankfort RounflaDout Entered at the postoftlce at Frankfort Ken tucky ns sccondclnss mailable matter CEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 6 1901 DEATH OF THOS J JETT ESQ Our whole community was shocked on Saturday afternoon when the news flew over the city that Mr Thns J Tett hnd died a very suddenly nt his home on the South Side Mr Jetb wns as well as usual that morning and had been over on the North Side as was his custom almost every dn He hnd returned home eaten his dinner shaved himself preparatory 1 to Sunday and turned to take his sent when his who had a t moment before cone into another rom heard htm fall and ran to his side only to find that the vital 3 spark had fled t Mr Jott was bout 78 years of 1iige and had sent the whole of his long and useful life in this county He had peen a deputy sheriff under Mr VFr Herndon 4i and under Mr m J Ghinn in the snIDe office and deputy U S rMarshal under his brother Mr G Hiram Jett before the civil war Something over a year ago the- infirmities of ago beginning to pi sa upon him he sold his farm nifar Jett Station and moved to Chis city to reside When a stalwart man he was i married to Miss Jennie Darnell ri a sister of Esq W W Darnell hof Woodford county and an aunt is Mr Jas S Darnell of this city The union was a blessed and happy one a large family of three sons nnd three daughters having grown up around them und their devotion and affection the one for the other is some thing beautiful to see in these tSordid days Gentle kindly nnd confiding in his nature Mr Jett carried with ihim through his long life the Esteem and confidence of allwho t knew him For many years he had beenI an humble Christian and a mem ber of Grassy Springs Christian Church Last summer his oldest son and the one to whom if anything he was most deeply attached was foulymurdered Mr Jett never recovered from the shook but visibly failed frpm that time although he tried to be cheerful for the sake of the dear wife and childrenThe services were con SCOTTS r EMULSION OF CODLIVER OIL WITH- HYPOPHOSPffiTES should always be kept in the house for the fol lowing reasons FIRST Because If any member of the family has a hard cold it will cure it X SECOND Because If the chil dren are delicate and sickly It will make them strong and well THIRDBecause If the father or i mother is losing flesh and becom ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and tr strength t FOURTH Because it is the i standard remedy In all throat and lung affections No household should be without It AIt can be taken in summer as well as In winter SOC and s1O0a druggists SCOTT DOWNS York dusted by Ilev J K P South from the family residence onI Shelby street South Side on Monday afternoon at 8 oclock after which the remains were i placed in the family lot in our cemetery Our friend from boyhood and our fathers friend she lay this tribute of affection upon his new made grave praying that the Got- whom he served may comfort the desolate widow and sorrowing children NavyIBlne undlitpe3ackage r moor SHOOTING AFFAIR On Monday night shortly after 6 oclock a shooting scrape oc curred between Hon James A Violett and Capital Policeman Wingate Thomson in which the later narrowly escaped death the powder burning his face and noseIt seems that Mr Violett is the attorney for Mrs Geo B Thomson in her suit for a divorce Mrs Thomsons husband is a ThomsonIbad as Mr Violett is prosecuting the case vigorously- At the time of tho shooting Mr Violett was standing on the St Clair street bridge talking to Mr John Hale whose wife is a wit ness for Mrs Thomson He had just informed Mr Violett that the policeman had stated to his wife that Violett was afraid to go to the place appointed for taking depositionsJust Thomson passed on a street car and after going a short distance got oft and came back to wherE the two men were standing with his hands in his pocketsAs as he came near enough Violett asked him if he had made the statement as related by Hale Thomson replied that he had not Violett remarked that Hale had informed him that he had Thomson then asked Hale if he had said that he Thomson had made the statement to him Hale said no but was going on to make a further statement when Thom son turnedand said to Violett that he had told a dd lie and knew it to be a dd lie This so incensed Violett that he at once drew a pistol and fired pointblank at Thomsons head Thom son dodged and the ball cut so close to Thomson that it burned his face and nose Violett was arrested by Policeman Larkin and taken to headquarters where he gave bond in 800 After the shot Thomson told Violett he could kill him if he wanted to hut that he was unarmed Violett then said that he would not shoot again and did not He claims however that from Thomson attitude that he had his hands on a pistol in his pocket NARROW ESCAPE Mr L W Howell has received a letter from his daughter who lives in Birmingham Ala giving aii account of the narrow escape which she and her family had during the recent cyclone in that city The stprm tore down soy oral houses immediately across the street from her home and then cut through the yard of he house only about ten feet from the house tearing up trees by the roots anti blowing all the outhouses to pieces The family were badly frightened but luckily escaped damage r BIUTHDAY PARTY Miss Minnie Williams Keyes entertained on her second birth day Thursday afternoon from two to four oclock She re ceived her guests with n genu line cordiality and was the grace ful recipient of many beautiful birthday gifts arta cross The decorations of ferns and jonquils formed a combination pleasing to look upon but the crowning beauty of the occasion was the dainty white robed cherubs with their manly little escorts seated around the festal board Minnie presiding at one end blowing out the two tapers which illuminated a beautiful cake of snowy whiteness and which she herself sliced guided by a stronger hand Her little guest Miss Lilian Meeds who shared the honor of the dims was opposite her cake bearing fdur tapers A large rabbit pie in in the center of the table afforded tho greatest pleasure of all Each guest drew therefrom aI rabbit filled with variegated dainties and a basket of Easter eggs on his back They did jus tice to the delightful refresh ments and when the hour for departure came many had to be urged by their attendants to leave Those present were Jas Saffell Geo Stagg Anita Chew Martha Stagg Anna Grayot Alice Williams Eliza beth Simpson Helen Warwick Lilian Meeds Hines Walcutt Chas Roberts Marshall Adams Joe Hobson Pauline Hendrick John E Frogge Julia Rodman Alex Gayle Walter Chapman Jno E Robertson All wished Miss Minnies future birthdays might be as brightand were willing by their presence to assist in making them so Dr Wallace has opened a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for the treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having cases requiring operations such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tf SOLD HIS FARM Mr Tames Tichenor has sold his farm about three miles from this city in the Cedar Run neigh borhood to Mr James D Parker and will remove to this city to re side he and Mr J B Figg hav ing rented the livery stable on the South Side formerly owned by Mr H R Williams arid will run the same in firstclass style Spring lake early June peas regular 10 cent cans down to 4 cents per can at LangdonGreasey Cos 801 1 fGOOD MAN GONE We regret to learn that Mr Rob ert Rowell the well known and beloved electrotyper of Louisville died at his home in that city on Monday aged 68 years Mr Rowell was the pioneer in this business in the Falls City He had been in poor health for a year or so Peace to his ashes KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or cans It is the latest discovereddigest aut and tonic No other preparation It In etilciency curesrFlatulence Indigestion Sour Nausea allotherresultsofimperfeptdigestionPriceSOcand1 small size Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Chicago SOUTH JIAIUUJ W McKEE I iOvIrCerlc JJTAYlOV RKEI WHISKEYOf UjBOTTLED IN BOND EEST All rWHISKEYS IS MATURE L fI C1TneITS PROOFSEU fop REPRESENTEDiAS SACREDLY AS THE COIN GUARANTEEDIiil IT T1 1 t JiTEo H TAYLOR JR I SONSSEe DISTILLERS INCORPOUATEDt 5Trtii FRANKFORT KY v OUT FOR SPRING IWtheir r Our line of DRESS GOODS has reached the point completeness Everything has ben selectedIwith care and forethought Never in the history of this store has it been able to show such a variety of choice f materials as now Calland inspect our stock and you will be convinced of the superiority of our goods in quality style and designs We have the new shades in ALBATROSSsuch as Old Rose Castor Grays Blues Reseda Greens Etc at Sac per yard Prunella Cloths in the new Shades 750 to 100 per yard Tamese Cloth beautiful goods for Spring Dresses 44 f inches wide at 100 per yard j Homespuns Venetians and Serges soc per yard and I upwardBlack Dress Goods in many styles Sac to 200 per yard Ca KA6IN BRO 41 St Clair St At the Bridge FOR NEXT S ASONI Mr J Bacon nesday morning for New York where he will book some of the finest attractions for the local Opera House which can be induced to come to a place of this size next season Itssafe to say that the amusementloving people of this city will have a chance to see some firstclass attractions next fall and winter as Messrs Blanton nothingbut r RAGING ROARING FLOOD IA Washed dotelegrnph line which C Ellis of Lisbon t Standingwaistdeep ri liflcough tftNebmiotliveKings New Discovery and Vas Positivloycolds and all throat and ping GayletSricel tt I FOR EASTER n WEAR t J We show the greatest line on earth 5qc all the latest rI novelties SpecHltysohnes 100 Monarch and Wilson Bros and Great bta- pleHOSIERY th- eWindow Display onnffrens SnitsI Selections Easter wearFor anduptodate i OUR CLOTHING FURNISHING SHOE DEPARTMENTS a- rtrhave on display and for an unparalleled assortment latest choic t est and beautiful styles in Shoes Furnishing Boys lt1SUits Shoes Furnishing Ladies Misses Shoes Trunks I ar brighIbluerserges an 750 to 2500 Watch the windows CI scCCS 1I- i k U as ccr CD D CJf LIVELY SCRAP 1 As Deputy Sheriff John Suter was on his way home on Tuesday afternoon he overtook a lot of ilt men who were traveling through the country iu wagons near the 4Sorug s gate They were engaged a heavy scrap among them veSt one another lata lively rate Deputy Suter ono Fred Oooper as the toughest of the gang brought him to town arid lodged him in jail Mr Sitter says there were four or five moro I that ought to hays been arrested r i but as ho was alone one was all f he could tackle The parties claimed to be from r 4 17 pounds of standard granu lat d sugar for 1 at Langddn Oreasoy Cos 801 1 t IT IS EASY TO FEEL GOOD Countless thousands have found blessing to the body in Dr New Life Pills which cure constipation sick headache dizziness jaundiceM fever and ague and liver and stomach troubles Purely Vegetable Never gripe or weaken Only 25 at J AV Gayle Fancy and I An immense line Prices 3 for 250 up to 750 per pair See A FULL MEETING The officers of Frankfort Lodge No 28 I 0 0 F earnestly re quest that all the members of the Lodge be present on Tuesday night next April 9th as there is a large amount of work to be done Visiting brethren welcomed Let those interested take due notice and govern them selves JOB OOULDNT HAVE STOOD IT If hed had the piles Theyre terribly annoying but Bucklens Arnica Salve wioure the worst case of piles on earth It has cured thousands For injuries pains or bodily eruptions its the best salve in the world Price guaranteedSold ELECTED NEW CHAIRMAN The Republican County Com mittee of this cunty met in this city on Monday County Court Day land elected Mr Ohas N Wiard as Chairman to succeed Mr John L Scott jr who had removed from tlie citylTurkish prunes great big only OA cents per pound ab I uug donQreasey Cos 801 1 qr Yi f I sags ana Boys and Suits all the latest styles 150 to 750 Dont fail to see the line before you make your selection the window COURT DAY SALES Mr D A Peters made the sales on last county court day 8 calves at 1915 each 1 bull 85 1 gray horse 48 1 bay mare 5 years old 9750 1 aged sorrel mare 1750 15 cattle at 2475 each 8 cattle at 2775 each lpair mules 4 years old 285 He also made In number of sales of wagons etc You will waste time if you try to cure or by That only makes it worse when you do eat You need plenty of good food Kodol Cure is the re sult of years of research for that would digest not only some of food but every kind And it is tho one that will do it South and V McKee Hardie SMALL FIRE just before 7 oclock an alarm was rung in that called the firemen to the Hill There was a small blaze in the top of the slop dry house The roof was burned off a loss of some 800 iI t Our Week embodyall the fashionable are constantly receivingnew shipments from the best mak ers so our stock is ever fresh 25c 5Oc 75c 100 and 150 We carry constantly a com plete of COLLARS AND in makes We have every new style as soon as it We illus trate the four most and collar AND HAT L sale of most Mens Suits Hats and Hats and and ca rIn JI arrested Kings malaria accordingly Childrenrs Watch now the hammering Lexington iiitpositively cqrdially auctioneer following ofstock Monday yearling yearling buggies spring indigestion dyspepsia starving yourself heartily always properly digested Dyspepsia scientific something elements remedy Longmoor SATURDAY Saturday evening Spring Distillery entirely involving of spring shapes andwe assortment CUFFS standard appears herewith popular neckwear shapes u Wo show this season tho greatest lino of Mens Ladies Misses find Childrens 141 Shoes in the history of our business Mens Shoes 140 to 600 Ladles Shoes 150 to 150 DL Shoes 100 to idsforH rA CRUTCHER COII j I To Quit Businessi ayeIChina and QlaSsvjare Stoves and Tinware for Sale a- tCQSty For Cash Only No Goods Charged F JOHN T BUcLKLEYJT cAAiALb fi fcWWl man y was sufferer temper restless which was on memory of was in was run k of care cheeks not c circles began all too of found f of sleep once cured forces today of- consume health JOHN sure t It relieves pain quiets wornout wasted Milesv on RELIGIOUS- ASCENSION CHURCH Rev R L McCready F B ARsistant services at the of Ascension promise to be beautiful and Rev R L Mc Oready will in the morning sacre Baptism in the after noon The will the following services At 11 in the morning and as fol ows 7th 1901 o Morning nnd Commun ion hProcessional Anthem II our i4 Burnap 12 in Hymnal p TecDeum Lniulamus r Jubilate Deo in Ab Hymn 116 1 Tibi 121 Immor Shepherd Sanctusf r 225 in arranged from T nunMior yetiBlessing Sevenfold 480 pm Childrens 112 Benedlc Mea Baptism i 116 i Address 1182 Mr M J will be the BAPTIST CHURCHRev M B the will preach 4 at 11 a m and 780 m for Baptism t of ars of Sundayschool in at 946 m Special men Society will m free and all are cordially vi CHURCH Rev Rev Ueo the will preach at 11 a in and 780 m Morning subject Life Through I ttNight subject Standing The I r Jl I J M A SELBERT20TH CENTURY DESIGNS for ladies gentlemen hair clasps purses bags silver full in gold Bracelets in sterl ing silver snakes and chain patterns Hat c STERLING We the best of cut glass in and it is the put on the market We just received new lot of sterling We provided for possible in and price STANDARD CANDLE lamp is adapted to fit any cande or candlelabrum holding a candle adjusting as it is cleaner the bare candle obviating or chance of fire Purcel shades Linings M tom SEI BERTRELIABLE JEWELER Any one can TellThe or woman with an irritableccM wife a constant from fidgety movements failnervous prostration brought ing and lack concentration is by She a very suffering from crippled nerves The bad condition and so completely lines the palid the down and nervous that she L flesh the dark under the eyes tellsleep night She I the worry the pain Dr Miles the loss and digestion A few bottles completely that break down the nervous and her and she the best the vital For and YJNZANTJ relief nothing equalsLakeCity Fla rr Miles Nerviner the the irritation strengthens the overtaxed and weak digestion und feeds the brain and the nerves Try a bottle today- Sold 1 all fflOa4 a ptsarantee Dr Medical Co ElklIUrt Ind EPISCOPAL rector Wentworth raster Church Rector andadmlnlsterthe inentof Holy vested choir render musical oclock morning prayer holy communion April Easter Prayer Holy Hymn 1112 Mozart Easter Christ Passover Psalter Proper Psalms 257111 Gloria PatriNo Lloyd AM Shuey Holy Service Gloria Hymn Sermon Alms Offertory Solo tality Iymncommunion Gloria Mozart Amen Reces 1121 At Service Processional Hymn 2 Psalter Glori Patri Anima fyHymn Recessional VanDerveer f Soloist- Adams pastor p night service Concessions Pedobaptlst Schol Origin Sprinkling chapel a classes for young Young Peoples meet at 680p chapel Seats Invited CHRISTIAN Dnrsio pastor p Easter Sermon Fobs and Berrettes and and sterling scale mesh and filled pins cuff links SILVER AND CUT GLASS carry line the city most have Gorham silverware have every need variety LAMPS This stick automatically itself consumed Safer and than drip and Mica protectors wasting could dayor taking plainly and relIefat disturbed impressive Communion DenthAn Brooches brilliant quality first of a series on Christian Ath letics Christian Endeavor Society will mt In thA chapel at 645 Leade Church Jones Topic Dead to SinAlive to God Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday nc 380 in the chapel Prayermeeting on Wednesday night at 780 TopiouThe Christian Soldier The public be cordially welcomed to all these services and especially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major pastorLow at 780 am High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr J McClusky Blaynoy the pastor Will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 045 n m Peo Society of Chris tian Endeavormeets in the Sunday school room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even ng at 780 The public cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor will at 11 a m and 780 p m Epworth League meets at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to at tendSOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev Wm Crowe Jr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and at 780 m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at 645 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday even intr at 780 p m To all these meetings the public is cordially invited TSPRING LAMB I have on sale nicely prepared spring lamb at my meat store Second street NEVILLE COLLINS 80lt SOUTHERN BAPTIST CON VENTION NEW ORLEANS Low rates one fare forjfthe l ttM j ground trip to New Orleans are an nounoed by the Queen Crescent Route for May 7th 8th and 9th account Baptist Convention as above Tickets will be on sale one fare for the round trip Finest trains in the South are at the service of Queen Crescent pat rons Ask ticket agents for par ticulars 80td PAINS IN THE BACK A B Farrington Constania N Y qnys I was troubled sev eral yours with kidney disease and suffered severe pains in the hack I used Foleys Kidney Cure and one bottle cured me I recommend it to my friends It has given perfect satisfaction Take no substitute South Longmoor and IV McKee Hardie United Slates of America District of Ken In the United States District Court in und for said Eistrict Referee District No18In matter cf Dora Ferguson Bankrupt In To the creditors 6t Dora Ferguson of Frank fort in the County of Franklin und District bl1nkruptNotice that on the 28th day of the wild Dora Ferguson was duly adjudicate bllnltruptiRnd that the first nwoUngother held nt my office in the City of Frankfort Kentucky on the 18th day ofApril A D at oclock in the forenoon at time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint n trustee examine the bankrupt such other business as may properly come be fore said meetingD W LINDSKY 80 It Referee in Bankruptcy n Do you- CoughDr cure a Cough or Cold at once Conquers WhoopingCongh and Measle Oough without praise it Doctors prescribe it for Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption It quick sure results Price 25 eta Refuse the dealers substitute it is not as good DEBulls Cough Syrup Always cures when others fail Dr Bulls Pills cure Constipation and Llvet Troubles so pills to cts Trial box S CAM r y i il TrIE BEST GRO ERIES AND iJQU HS1f LOWEST PRICES ii JUHNTnRISLllLLS ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Distressing Eruptions on the skin so you companyDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Hkin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Bone Pains Swollen Joints Falling 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 B B B Botanlca 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 just the remedy you have been looking for Thor oughly tested for 30 years Renders of the ROUNDABOUT are advised to bydruggistsbottles full treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 414 Mitchell St Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given CSTor Bale by Iv McKee Hardie 481y 2 BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 0 a m from St Louis for Kansas City and entire North west to Puget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from Chicago and Peorinurrhe BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex pressIFor Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains ChicagoForNorthwest several trains daily from Chicago and St Louis The Finest Trains in the World Chi cago to St Paul and Minneapolis To Omaha Kansas City St Jos eph two trains daily from St Louis or Chicago throughtouristducted from Stl Louis and Chicago every Wednesday evoningalso from eveningtheColorado Salt Lake City The best line the best equipped trains in the West Write for matter of throughtheW M SHAW D P A 406 Vine St- Cincinnati O L W WAKELEY Gon AgentSt HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager tf St Louis Mo O AS T O EIIAieiib theThe late W era of t t iliiaiiii YEARS EX1 EBIE5CB WIJe GRUTOLD lProfessional Piano and Organ Tuner And Re 80daysGEORGE H STEHLIN Dee 22ly DO YOU WANT To sell your real estate timber or coal stock of goods Do you want to or exchange forany kind of property Write me with all theparticulars nslmay be able to help you Ad 478Dec11ily t For Sale A firstclans bicycle offered for sale tApply at this office tf t WANTEDTwo reliable trMcl1ngisalesmen in each State permanent- position lsalary find expenses experience inot absolutely essentialJAddress Tobacco Greensboro N C WorksIflj A 0 Qoofl cnrlstmast ISuggestion I f fib One of the most usefulapleasing and sensible articles we coilld suggest as a Christ mas gift is the latest improved Cyco Bearing Bissell sweep j er- How many pleasure hours it would add to the domestic lifeIand what a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction R Rogers Sons- e c 1ly J Those famous little pills De Vitts Little Early Risers will re thove all impurities from your system clennse your bowels make bam rSouth Long moor and W McKeee Hardip R tior the BOuiulnbouT tHE ROBBINS 1 song today I heard Jwits butt a little birds J j jid yet my soul was stirred 118 by a magic wort l little redbreast sing jlfblntj is the voice of spring jjrid on thy Joyous wing childhoodback you bring told hopes I deemed were dead f And their lust shadows fled dame from their grave and led 1IC by the hand instead tOb life thou art not vain j Thy pleasures sweet with pain Each your come back again lUte daisies In the lane Slngl little redbreast sing b Thlno Is the voice of spring yF And on thy Joyous wing 4 My childhood Hack you bring H H F JVHAlTVO CENTS WILL DO It will bring relief to sufferers from asthma or consumption eveu the worst cases This is about what one ddse of Foleys Honey and Tar costs Isnt it worth A trial South Long imoor W MoKee Hardie ADVERTISED liETTEBS Below will be found the list of tf Advertised letters for the week end tug April 8 1001 Fred- Andersont J W Berryman Mrs Jas i Burleys Richard Curtis Elisha Dale James H1 AngelineOren Robert Goldsmith Herman S W H Hughes S B f McNenerny i1 roore EthelI1lfoororDr C B t Ketherton Frank Miss Minnie Shackolord Mrs Wm Smith Charley Tables J rl fWhite Dock atIt S P Miss Lucy frpleaso calling for these letters say advertised B HOLMES Postmaster J Many a school i girl is said to J be lazy an- dshiftlessIli Fwhen she deservelli She cant study easily falls asleep is nervous timeIipectP Her brain is being fed with impure blood and her whole system is i suffering from poisoning Such girls are wonder fully helped and greatly changed by taking AYQFZSr SafSftarillB Hundreds of thousands of schoolgirls have taken yearsManyhave homes of their own They remember what nowJcine to thelrown children You can afford to trust a Sarsaparilla that has been tested for half a century irurrbllIyour bowels are constipated take Ayers Pills You cant have good health unless thebowelsj Ono box of Ayers Pills cured my CAUDWILLy Y VIfDoctorIfdeilre the best medical dvlcocan jpoiilbly receive write the doctor ra1rM n r l CHEAPER FUELI E E Humo president of the Businos Frankfort Ky called lit the Louisville Board ftf Trade room Wednesday He Is in Loulsvllle for th purpose of securing If the co operation of not Board of rude but every citizen partloulnrJY1Dal1ufao turers who are intwe of cheap fnNl uma Is nbout to circulate n petition nddiesspd to the Congressmen ropro Retiring the district tbo sixth sovpntb Mglith ninth and ellwontb Kentucky rtlfltrfotfl as well as those trom Madison Ind and Cincinnati 0 to get their aid in having the next Congress to Inortawi the river appropriation Bl said the Kontuoky river was In need ot six additional locks to the nine already it lis By the additional looks he Bald coal from the Beattyvllle and White Ash mines could he on the market al 5 and 0 costs bushel and that to no oompllph tho placing of the additional locks meant a big for manufactt ing interests There in already of the old appropriations a sum sufficient to con struck two needed looks The Board of Trade will tike up thp matter at its next meeting Louisvll Commercial THE KENTUCKY RIVER IMPROVEMENT The extension of slack water navlg lion on the Kentucky river is a mutter ot great Importance not only to that portion of the State for whose minerals am other products it will furnish an unoh strutted outlet but to every portion ot the Ohio and Mississippi valley To Louisville the completion of the riyswm of looks and dams which will mikH the river navigable all the enr will be at great and in about the seam degree to Cincinnati which is nearly equidistant from the mouth of the Ken river Its value to all below the mouth even as far as New Orleans will be understood when it is reOeotea that coal can then be brought at all seasons in barges to the mouth seven hun dred miles nearer to the down stream market than Plttsburp Thence it wJ1l find sufficient water for transportatlc down the Ohio the greater p rt of the year and oonsumers will not be dependent upon the stage of water in the upper Ohio which is for full one half of the year nnnavlgablo from low water and ice In this view the project is wholly reliever of what mayapnear to mind to be a local one from the fact that the river is wholly within tho State But it is no more local than the slack water of the Monongahela or Kanawha which has been chiefly constructed and is operated by the Federal Government When these facts are considered the delay in the work which has been long protracted with promises of indefinite erates as a protection or bounty to the coal on the other by withholding from the market the competing Kentuol coal The history of this improvement In brief is as follows Sev ago tin State of Kentucky embarked in a great of internal Improvements whir embraced the building of a railroad from Lexington to Frankfort the leveling and damming of the Kentucky Green oat Licking rivers and tho construction of an extensive system of turnpikes It volved the expenditure of five or six million dollars which much to develop the State but the management of tin system was so unprofitable that one hy one the State sold its interests first In the railroad and terdlsposed of its looks and dams and turnpike stock until now It has but a small portion of the latter In turn the looks and dams became practically valueless for lack of repairs and were leased to private corporations but In 1870 the slack water improvements of the Kentucky river were ceded to the United States with the stipulation that they should be repaired and operated bl the government with no charge for look age and with the understanding not expressed by formal contract that the eye tern be extended to the Three Forks of the Kentucky river 261 mile from its mouth In 1888 cession was made of the Groan river improvements At that time there bad been completed five looks and dams the upper or No ti being fourteen miles above Frankfort Appropriations were made by Congress of from one to two hundred thousand a yeai which for many years was expended shlefly in repairing the old works Im irovni r the condition of the river and in building a fulling or bear trap darn at the Three Forks which proved a a jure Tho tardiness and wasteful ea thehundappropriations admitting of limited con raots were that up to Juno 1891 there had been expended 143112178 am only one new look No6 constructed The number of looks required to extend navigation to the Three Forks was fourteen leaving still eight more to be con strutted The same report for iron which the foregoing figures are taken estimated the cost of these new looks and dams at p1399000 Since then as shown by the report of the Chief of Engineers at Washington for the year ending June 80 1000 It appears that two more locks and dams have been onstruoted the last No 8 being at Little Hickman and extending navign Ion twettty two miles above leave something over 100 miles of the river still to be Improved which will require six more locks and dams Their construe ion Is estimated to cost 3845000 whlol Is more than twice as much as in 1894 was estimated for the construction of eight looks and dams The increase In cost of labor and material from the rise In prices as also the greater cost of trans ortatlon as the river is ascended aa dinrepnnofCaptcharge says If the funds were available for continue I work Ho also reports that as soon liS the season will permit work he will bean the construction of lock No 0 and that the expenditure now authorised by law will probably permit two chore besides thIs to be It will thus be soon how expensive and dilatory has been this improvement in whloh so great an area and so large a population are interested Summed up the case thus Tho United States Government has had charge of this provement twenty years or more When undertaken it was estimated that the work would cost about S3Ot0OCO It lens Iroady cost more than that sum with an itlmate of nearly W600000 for complo Lion By the rule of three if It takes twenty to build three looks it will take forty mow to build the other Fix mditlous being the same But there aught to bo some way to hasten this work and it might bo well for the Boards of Trade of Louisville and Cincinnati If can not by cooperation pedlto itCourler Journal Marion Kooke manager for T lThompson ft large importer of l r DC es famous r 1 i 2EThelow price at which famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article = Full information with each package jSavethe signatures IARnUCKLE BROS pt New York City N Y flue millinery at 1658 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago says During caughIawake at night and mademe unfit to attend my work during the day One of my milliners wus Coughlr so quickly that I bought sumo for myself It aoted like magic and I began to improve at once I am now entirely wail and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by T W Gayle TO CONNECTING LINES 4 This is to advise that commenc lug 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 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 tiokest will also be 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 LIIRWIN General Passenger Agent Do not leave home on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed and con not bo procured while you are on board the cars or steamship It is pleasant safe and reliable For sale by J W Gayle 8 pound cans of Bartlett pears it Ot cents per can at Langdon Creaser Cos 80 It flfh PflAT1rLlMuUlH receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of1 Iam 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 Company W H HOGB Proprietor Telephone No 7 n vtrs arr oartucieuMuwsaa y Blue Grass Nurseries = SPRING 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Tree Shrubs Roses Grapes Small Prnitf Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Prices right we pay no agents bnt sell direct to the planter General Nursery and Special Strawbery catalogue on application to ItI F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Mar 23m Phone 279 IFOR 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 Sliipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 25ir f n FOR RENT I offer for rent the storeroom formerly occupied by me on Birdge street South Side Possession given at once 28tf N F RICHARDSON r 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 Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed rDO YOU WEAR jATRUSS fit All kinds Gear Prices right W GAYLE Druggist 1MnrkothoWo Cor Ann and Broadway Frankfort Kjr 2Hy = = nn lg5 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dluests what you eat j LOUISVILLE PIKEc faroilyWilliam H Parrent and wife Mr Mervin Parrent of Frank fort was in our vicinity last week ofFraukfortspentuuday Milton Tracy Rev T N Arnold conducted services at Bridgeport on Sunday last iMiss Annie Holder visited rel atives in Frankfort last week Mr and Mrs James Flynn spentSundaywife Bridget1W H Hawkins last week Mrs Martha Read is on the sick list Several from our community Bridgeportlast conisfined to her bed She has our heartfelt sympathy for she has been sick so long We hope the helpherMr Taylor Parrent wife and daughter Miss Stella from near South Benson spent Sunday with relatives in this vicinity daughterMrs George F Berry last week t Mr Irvine Hall of Bridgeport r passed along our pike en route to TlitltslriladyRev T N Arnold went to Lex OonIXMiss Bush of Bowling Green is i of Mrs George F Berry 1Wol t some kind friend please write fb Ohoateville again und c please info itm us who is the pastor of Church now Is it Bro Polsgrbye or Bro Tom Lennox We ere quite anxious to know Miss Sudie Crutcher of Frank fort was the guest of Miss Mayme Or u toiler one day last week Was glad to hear from more of our correspondents last week knowe4Sble to write for us Como again Next Monday is the first day of April Girls let me tell you something If your best beau lends you an invItation to KO out s dOIbeto I know whereof I speak Mr Alfred Rend who has been on the sIck hst is better Mr Ernest Parrent of Bridge port spent Tuesday afternoon wIth relatives in this vicinity r LILY OF THE PIKE NOTED HEALER IN TOWN The greatest healer of modernI times is Banner Salve wounds sores piles and all skin disease It is guaranteed South Longmoor W McKee Hardie REDUCED RATES Special reducd rates to Califor r nia Queen Crescent Route great opportunity to visit the Pacific Coast schedules and ex ceJlent train serivce Ask Queen Crescent ticket agents or address W 0 Rinearson G P A Cincinnati for particulars hara t WaiLing Willow Furniture and Wicker Chairs Vfek chain soon become shad tat they turn be Biased to look like new wIth Gold Dust Waging Powder u warm water Uio crubblaf brush when inter become tha letit lOlled get fresh follow with oft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry WklM Iron beds can also be waahcd bjr this 1mathsd but must be wiped dry quickly mabTIa lakn tram oar tree bocilt UOViEWoxrlealK HANK Oa1aa St LyU New York anlon I THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE LOUISVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE Via Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 am daily leavr Lexington 1050 a m arrive Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack sonville 880 a m as good schedule returning Also train leaving 7 45 p m andIeveningI24 hour schedule between Louisville and JacksonvilleSuperior at Jackson for all points In South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and States also to RlooiInformation 230 Fourth Avenue PassengerAgentW A TURK AgentIC KyIGOOD PLACES TO INVEST YOUR MONEY FOR SALE STOCKS AND BONDS 21 shares of Frankfort Water Company stock 20 shares of Masonic Temple stock 15 Masonic Temple Bonds 108 610 shares Frankfort Cincinnati Ry stocks Ryqoeach 10 Frankfort Cincinnati Ry Co per cent bonds of 10000 enobI65 shares Kentucky River Mills stock 80 shares Capital Gas 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 as the J Stoddard Johnston property About 42 acres of land on But timers Hill outside of city limits with a good two story house on it all in good grass it is a fine dairy farm Sales will be made upon reason able time For particulars apply to JOHN W KODMAN or DR J S COLLINS Feb 9tf I have been troubled with in digestion for teu years have tried many things and spent much money to no purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken two bottles and gotten more relief from them than all other medicines taken I feel more liken boy than I have felt in twenty years Anderson Riggs of Sunny Lane Texas Thousands have testified as did Mr Riggs South Longmoor and W McKee Har die TO CONSOLIDATE After long consultation between the trustees of Center College Danville and Central University at Richmond terms of oonsolida tion have been arranged whereby these colleges as well as the Theo logical Seminaries of the two branches of the Presbyterian Church will be united This is a muchtobedesired result and will give to this de nomination a strong and well en dowed university I Housework is x woikyriuiotit GolaDusf r e a iiii C A 0 TIMETABLE lNoSOUTHMI PM 620rrakfolt UJO1fNoNORTHPM- 1v eoo8heloyville 740IrS TIMK TABLE No19SOUTHP AM Lexington u0835 MldwHf 232 906 fi5OChr1641Lagrange 6rNo16VolUNo20 oaTH PM MI PAt Loulevllle Jool 7a0 fIO Anchorage 444- tIiirange r1 825 629 67Chtl642etidwayr Lexington 640 1059 YOU Should Usel MILES j E JYL- FL j RI FIRST Because it is the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory ani home is production Th J EJrlillin 0oJ N MILES ecit REWARDED President McKinley has done the right thing again by appointing Brig Gun Fred Funstou to the same rank in the regular army as that he holds in the volun teers This was in recognition of bis daring and skill in the capture of Agoinaldo Just think of itl 5 cents buys a bottle of nice red tomato catsup at LangdonCreasey Co a 80lt TH- EQueen CrescentF and Its connecting rr lines to the PanAmerican Exposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excursion rates and special train service will bo announced later The Pan American tho greatest American Expos ition since tho Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway NIAGARAOnly minutes I FAILS ExpositionGrounds Froe Reclining r j Chairs JCnrait nljtl tnluIra tnln Tau rl eheulu In CiaetlnnitLIII w 81 ltlnsanrirr BESTTRAINSTO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast WashingtonOrnahaI Black VIA Hills St Louis or Chicago YESTIBULEDTRIIIIS SLEEPERS DIKING OARS CHAR liARSiTS RUQQ PASSR ST HOWARD ELLIOTT 8T LW WAKELEY OENI PASSR AOTST t IIr b BETWEEN LouisvilleAND CALIFORNIA AND THEIVAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A NWCor 4 tU and Market Sta Ixmlsvllle Going SouthIf so you secure many advantages by go lug via Cincinnati the Queen Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains pen etrate every part of the Central South hour schedule Cincinnati to New Orleans 9 hours to hours Shreveport ChAttanoogaaSI Observation parlor and cllnlne chaIrs Throuch portant Southern cities tn r n tdncUCM ortt route sod eat ths ukip Wbj wrluui lit e a p LEXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF PINE BEERS Which in Quality and Flavor ArA ANY BEERMADE EQUALTO THE LAND CALL FUR IT lHE PHO DUCT OF A KeIltuekyI Industry n ROBINSON PriinkforfcApt r l3ept21yDr Condition rowtfers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 20 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co 1 ndW tskeyl eltt cured at hem Mitt 0P out ffS er U a IM North wryer at Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you c- atjjjjjj tJhTO mLSOUTHEIUt r pGpItt1ILYf1Y UN KENTUCKY C4in4 Sohidil la Nip II IMfc hBTDOUlfiiN TNo6 N lLoulevUleg45em iii 746 906petArlaWrmArvrrsTDouNa No 6 No a M Ji LT Lexington 730am iii IMust C9BMAArAr Kbelbyylll 910am L15pm QtOnw wLaTnovzeDNo iliNo sTAttmaa No laiNe iT 400pm 74atn Lv IxraUvll Ar 740pm 1U40MI fl25pm 1000am Lv 080pm S10MB 715pm 1043am ArHarodsbgLrl 440pm Taoun 719siASTBOUNDNo tNat7 ITATlONL Na IL f4qppm 745am LT Loulsvll Ar ia40an IaU2pm 910am LT Shelbvil Ar GlDm 847pm lassam LT Venues AH 750am pm L4OpM74OpmEASTBOUND WESTBOUND Woo tNo6 IfNo iltNo I745am 400pm LT LoulsTll Ar 1040am N1022am 50pm LT Venues Ar 750am 1102am 735pm Ar NlohlTlll Ar 158am 40655 1158pm Ar Rlomnd LT n L64DaalRTATIONsLT Lou ville I mfiiii 10045amiArAr AKhevllle VIOaw tto LltiealArLv Chattanooga 6 05pEl 6KMB U5OIIaAr830amtLT1144etqArAr New Orleans 830am No 3 through sleeping oar Ixmtsvllle to B4n ingham via Lexington and Chattanooga 4Na 6 free observation ohalrcar LouUvtll Lexington No 0 free nbaervatlea okalr oar Lezlnrtoa M LouisvilleNa Blnclnj ham to LouUvlll via Lexington All trains between Loulivlllo Lexington M4 Burgin dally iandDally except Sunday Other trains dally rOAwnowM VPfcOM J M CnwT K Washington D 0 Washington DOk VTATmtKaPA WMHTAYIOBAQPA Washington D 0 liOuUrlllt x tXiNGTON EASTERN RV f LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 H EAST BOUND 1MILESEx Sun P U AM 0 Lv Lexington 2 1a6 IfMontrooe 112 PSOft it Avon P810Wynndotte P267 F 017 20 r 810 8 8O tJll 23 Mistletoe P816 860 J Jn47 Rosalyn P413 F9 IUiFilson 419 F 9 65 Dundee 480P84767 IfNatural F SlIDGlencnirn P480 969 62 Torrent 1048 Fincnatle P708P10 aBeattyville Junction 611 90 00B jILvSt Helens 5 P10 1TaUnga P685P1061 Athol 68 84II Oakdale F5 60P11 80 Elkatnwa 0 07F11 iii04 Ar Jackson 015 1180 WESTBOUND iMILES salEx Sun Lv Jackson 6 25 a 90 Elkatawa 8 Bal asfOakdale P 411Athol 0 68 2 6fr F704F804 StHclens TlOFOlfc70 Junction 7 26 8 2 aBLv Pincostle P 7 83 F 8 62 Torrent 7 8 41 58 Glcnclairn FT67F8M IINatural Bridge F 800 01 ItlRosslyn P 8 F 425i8 in 480 V40II1 Oloy City 8 489 1Z128 1 Mistletoe 023P615Winchester 0 5 row14 Wynndotto F 94F5 88 Avon SUOF64 60ONOTICE d J have rented out my t place on Fourth Avei to Judge ORear my family will go to New York but I am not A going I may be found at m j office rooms in the Hume building day or night I have both Phones and they areI No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hotel EEHUME 173m jti f