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THE FRANKFORT RouNDABouT kGE9 A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Adwit r j lhV L XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY APRIL 13 I90L NO 31 f COMMUNICATED Frankfort Ky Aprif 1901 Edtor Roundabout Iit The following appeal has reached meinthe form of n circular as perhaps it has como to others in Pour community Benefit of te Normal School- tt LibraryOnr library is small li d inadequate for our needs The Mfunds of thn school ore so limited us to adroit of ample expenditures for library purposes Our needs are so urgent that we send out to our friends this request for books which we trust will re ceive their favorable considern tion If the reader will sign the pledge below giving his or her address and will return it to somg member of the Faculty or to the student or friend who may send it forth we shall duly appreciate the favor Frankfort Ky The pledge referred to is as fol lowsI hereby promise to donate all charges prepaid at least one book to the Library of State Normal School for Colored Persons Frankfort Kyon or before Book f Day of the institution Friday April 20 1901 provided J am reminded of the promise about the time the gift is due Recently I have had my inter est in this institution much quick ened In a conversation with the President the school was men tioned incidentally and I made some inquiries concerning it I was pleased to find him holding such correct notions as to the mission of the school and to find him laboring so earnestly and intelligently for the accomplishment of ot mission for the welfare of his people and for the satisfaction of the white people He sees quite clearly the condition con fronting the two races and his plans and work will tell toward the righteous adjustment of this condition I shall respond to this appeaj I trust many of our people will do so if theyplense as they respond to onymissionory cause The cultivation of a closer acquaintances with this school with the character of the work done there the prominence given to industry and the care taken to instill right ideas of prudence dutes manners and integrity will assurredly increase our inter est in it On this Book Reception Day April 20th I am told a special and suitable program will bo rep dered in the afternoon and that Bishop L W Burton of the Epis copal Church is to speak to the school Can not some of us make this the occasion of a visit to the school and learn something off it It is possible that here at our doors is an enterprise that can be strengthened for the good and re lief of our homes as well as for the jJ advantage of the colored people Jr By a little more interest manifested therefore by a little en couragement given we shall be contributing to the wise and judicious relationship between the races and the peace and happiness of society at large I append here a few words ut tered by the president of the school a few weeks ago introduc ing to his faculty and school an eminent white citizen of the State who was to lecture before them o These words are taken from the Normal Advocate a small publi cation of the school W S DEHONEY Ladies Gentlemen Faculty and StudentsThe people of Kentucky in their attitude towards the negro have never been hostile or even unkindly disposed In time of slavery the menu cruel in human master was the exception in our State and to us as free men proofs quite ample of good will and fellowship have all along boon given Opportunity to earn sustenance protection before the at low words of advice and counsel as to business transactions ex pressions of encouragment in com mendable undertakings have been honestly and freely spoken And who of us has not been recip ient of favors at their hands In providing for our ordinary educa tion they grant to us as they ap propriate to themselves and they further tax themselves to afford ua the advantages of this our own State Normal School Nay more know not a church that we have built or a schoolhouse or a dwelling that does not record some gift or other kindly consideration at the hand of pome white friends History and Heaven are recording these considerations on the part of the white people of Kentucky and the inquiry arise in time and in eternity too as to how we received apd profited by them We must hasten and we must strive that kind offices bestowed upon us be not wasted that an inquiry will reveal the fact that not only have we been appreciative of all consideration but improved and profited mor ally industrially and mentally to the satisfaction of our benefactors The career of the lecturer of the is in full accord with KenttickyeonIin note to me when he says lectur ing is not my forte yet I feel that I ought not to decline Able tala without money and without price I take great pleasure in introduc lug to you the Hon A T Wood the subject of whose lecture is Liberty and Law FOR SALE 3000 2 year old asparagus roots 10000 atrnwbery plants 6 of the best varieties and all kinds of vegetable plants in sea son at AUG LE OLE RES Thorn Hill P 0 Frankfort Ky Mar 23lm taRS ZERELDA G WALLACE ON EQUAL RIGHTS Mrs Zerefda G Wallace pf Indiana whose recent death has regretIrights for women said I think the anitnus of this movement for womans freedom has been largely misuijdefsfadd through that it meant competition between woman and menromy thought it simply means cooper t ot in work of the world But it is objected women con not fight This is a mTstake Women can fight They have led inIstnncesby any army noI degreee necessary that woman should fight It is good to some element in haveI which does not fight element will help on time supremeoy of spiritual power over brute force and help usher in the of the beauitful vision renlizationI when a little child forces which will find better work othersIwill increase the tendency toward arbitration between nations and thus hasten the time when they shall learn war no more A gentleman once asked me almost sneeringly what have you women ever done for the State that it should give you the bnllot1 We were in a parlor with a puny and I did not care comII drawn into a discussion persisted till at lust I snidI Napoleau realized fully the value of women to the state when he said The great need of France is mothers If women do not fight sOlIdiers r t death every few years who gives up her henth her beauty her means of improvement her social pleasures that she may furnish certoinlydoes buysbrendYou entrust your dearest in terests to woman you confide to her keeping your honor your children the sacred interests of your home why fear to trust her with the ballot by which sHe can serve and defend all these You call her the of the home and so she is but without the ballot she is nn uncrowned queen and her scepter but a roken reef Call this the home of the free Su long as its women are classed with criminals idiots and paupers it n n never be free Oh my broth withIyou your wives and sisters to See them theIdecided by the votes of Tom Dick and Harry and Sambo to whom they offer coffee and cnkeit is all they can dobegging them to yourhomesas safe in their hands as in those of Tom Dick and Harry and could not you count on it as the bulwark of the home I tell you the time is coming when home that little stone which political builders have so long rejected shall becomes the head of the corner 210000000 BARRELS OF APPLES It is an established fact that the United States now holds the record for rapid development of growingand grapesAs a nation we eat more fruit than any other and grow considerably more than any other and grow considerably more than we eat Eighty millions of dollars A year is the figure for strawberries alone A hundred millions would scarcely cover the value of the grapes marketed Peaches we raise in astonishing cjuanities in orchards containing as many ae 800000 trees but our banner crop so far as fruit is con produceda single season and have sold as high as 8000000 barrels to En gland alone We curry in cold storage every winter any where- from 6000000 to 100000 bar rels of the crop of the season be fore in order to secure better prices Ships weigh anchor in New York three at a time in a single week bearing apples to Europe Indeed it is one of the greatest industries the country promisesIMills county and inded all the southwestern section of Iowa is truly a wonderful apple country importontI county alone there are over 900 lowestIof these trees are in one orchard The total output is close on to 8 1000000 barrels or enough to sup ply the present American stile to England New York has two counties much smaller than Wills which even do better than this and as a State it raises three times as many apples as Iowa The counties re ferred to are Niagara aul Orleans toIarea are holding 20000 80000 40000 and occasionally 100000 trees which in blossoming make the roadside a paradise r e 4j i1it 1t 111 i it 1 I ijge a 4S The House With a Reputation For Houest Dealln f We Are ReadyjI wft In our new room with our new spring goods tfyf If you want whats up to date come to Me- jjfe Clures 1 s Merchant Tailoring W alreadyI t MWweaves both foreign and domestic ofsuitings x Leave your measure with Mr Moran and you A Fwill have a suit you will be proud to wear 25 and up tReadutowear G1cthill1gWe can show you in this department a line taXof suits that can not fail to please you All rsuits from 750 to 20 and a perfect fit no matter what price n IDAL KID SHOES 1 IWe have more styles of these popular shoes Jwere ever before exhibited in Frankfort r Mens Shoes and Oxfords 400 500 600 WI Ladies Shoes 300 and 350 Oxfords 250 300 and RuKMWf McClure Son lE 212214 ST CLAIR STREET 1f 4 f 1fJ M SAFFELL C W SAFFELL 8 SAFFELLS E ul Staple and 01 Fancy Groceries Ie China and Glassware tFine Wines and- Whiskiesiv Jt lI1- lJ W wWe ask our city and country friends to call 212 Ann Street and inspect our goods t rli L 1 JMSaffellSon iif 1S I ffij I r iifiN tf i k y iii iV iiJ1 IV t I I wW- is FW Fl1VLEFl j00 YOU WANT The newest style for your new FouIlalDress or Dry Goods at lowest prices Then come to see us fWe cordially invite you to make l 4 r yourself at home in our store tPERSONAL- lMiss Lizzie C Weitzol has re turned from a trip to Louisville Mr Honry Kelly and wife visited k relatives in Lexington this week t Dr Nevill M Garrett U S A is now stationed at Presidio Cal Judge W H Yost of Greenville was here this week attending court Mrs Fred Hastings of Shelby yule visited relatives here this weekMr Henry Craik obeyed his load flstone and spent Sundny in Mnys Mr Richard Chiles of Lexing ton spent Sunday with relatives in this city r M M W Howard Circuit Clerk ft of pivrlan county was in the city on Monday Mr James L Newman returned 1tip from Blot Springs Ark on Mon day night HonA John S Smith former Com monwealths Attorney was here yesterday Miss Alice Taylor is visiting Mrs Sam Bennett of White Hall Mad ison county Mr Goo A Lewis of this ollice made a business trip to Louisville yesterdayMiss Thomas attended the ClavWallace wedding in Paris on WednesdayMiss j Johnson has re = turned from a visit to friends in P1 Louisville Judge L H Parrish and Mr Jos IA Cohen of Versailles were here on ThursdayGov Bradley of Lancas ter was here this week in attendance upon court Mr Walter G Chapman has re turned from a visit to his old home in Bowling Green III fttr M A Collins has gone to Huntsville Ala to make his home and go into business Hon E D Guff of Louisville was the guest of his father Hon B L D Guffy this week- I Hon John C Russell and wife of Louisville were guests of Miss Pattie Williams on Sunday I Mrs Thos A Cumins of Mays 1llIe is the guest of her son Dr f Currans in this city Mr Fred Kellner jr wife and guestsi1MfR Silas N Penn who has been very ill has so far recovered as to visit relatives in the country 1r Rev Win Crowe jr attended the sessions of Louisville Prosby ltory in Louisville this week Allen Hoffman of Louisville spent Sunday hero the guest of q his uncle Maj W E Bradley Mr Honry Groves of Pleisure yule was the guest of his friend Miss Catherine JDrydon on Sunday Mr Walter Good and sister of I Lexington spent Sunday last with the Doan on Taylor Avenue Mr C A Nelson attended the Grand Lodge of Maccabees and Knights of Honor in Louisville this weekMr Lafayette Crutchor and wife of Huntington West Virginia spent Monday in this city visitingr t friendsMr E Kennoy returned Wednesday from Eastern Kentucky where he has been buying logs jiMr Richard McConnell of St in the Thursday Mo was city r en route to his old homo at SwitzerMr Rogers of Waco OJexas was called here this week by the serious illness of his father Mr R Rogers f THE SEASON spring cleaning lowest prices and largest most complete newest styles Carpets Mattings Rugs Curtains Portieres c OUR LiINE Op CIlflSH GOODS f fCannot be duplicated in Styles and Prices We can show 500 no two alike consisting of Madras Cloth French iIand American Gingham Manchester and Mercerized Chambray Bates Ginghams Jn Muslins we have French Organdie Zephyr Batiste Andlora Silks Blue Bell and Violet Lawns Extra Values at 5c 8c IOC 120 and 15c WASH GOODS SPECIAL BARGAINSCommencing Monday April 15th and continuing one week we will give 10 per cent off on all Wool and Silk Dress Goods for CASH only Beautiful line of Lace and Muslin curtains All the very latest creation in Draperies Best ever offered in Lace Curtains at 100 150 200 and 250 pair Do not fail to see our line Agents for uttericks Pa- tternsWtzelODonnelL Mrsk Alber S cClurowho has beEn spending the winter with Mrs Walter Kelly in Hopkinsville has returned home granddaughterhave returned from their winter sojourn in Florida Miss Mae Stone of near Stamping Ground is Misses Ophelia and Pattie Thomasson on the South Side this week Mr Ralet Dora of Illinois who was called here by the dangerous illness of his sister Dora has returned home Mr C A Nelson of this city was elected Lieutenant Comman der of the Knights of Maccabees for the State the Louisville Conven tion of that order this week Mr L R Hilton of Woodbury N J representing the G G Green Drug Manufacturers of Boschees German Syrup and August Flower was in the city on Wednesday Mrs W S Farmer received a telephone from Lawrencoburg on Sunday evening telling her of the serious illness of her sister Miss Rachel Lillard Mrs Farmer went to Lawrenceburg Monday Mrs Goo H Watson and daugh ter Miss Nellie Orbison and Mrs W L Cannon of Woodford county were guests of Mr Geo F Berry and in their new home per Hill this week Mr Clay Bedford of tho Postal Telegraph Co attended the wedding of his cousin Mr Thos Bed ford and Miss Sidney J Ayres on Wednesday night Mr Clay Bedford was best mun A R Bass of Morgantown Ind had to got up ten or twelve times in the night and had severe backaolfe and pains in the kid neys Was oured by Foleys Kidney Cure It is guaranteed South Longmoor W McKee Hardio 17 pounds of standard granu lated sugar for 1 at Langdon Orensey Cos 81lt Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eats o Is at hand for r V v We make you show and stock of in h pieces Seersucker values visiting For the RoundaboutI COMME IL FA UTeIThey blushed at the call of her name And they passed her with quick eningpnceIFor it was said that the testof the flame Had left on her bosom its trace Had branded its ultimate trace They passed her Heiress and Count The millionaire gambler and bride But they paled when a Voice from the Mount II Go bid her to sit by thy side Thy sister to sit by thyfside H H F Blue Grass Nurseries SPRING 1901 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs AsparagusRhutmrb Lawn and Garden Prices right as we pay no agents but sell direct to the SpecialStrawbery H F ILLE MEYER LEXINGTON KY Mar 23in Phone 279 DaBullsCOUGH cures HlSoro Grippe Lungs BronchftiBa all severe lung affections consumption Take warn ng Act at once Buy a bottle of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a doctors prescription used over 60 years Price only 25 cents Insist on having it Dont be im posed upon Refuse the dealers is subsMtutebitnot as Salvation cures Rheumatism Aches and Pains 13 lc 25 eta The Whitley Ex erciser for he Lawyers Physi cians Ministers Merchants La dies Bookkeep e rs Childrei Clerks FOR EVERYONE Prices 2 00 3 00 400 450 Calland allow us to show it to you STAGG BACON Hardware Masonic Temple IpLYMOUTH ANn PITTSBURGH COAt tOI t i t j I nm receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal of r the best quality Leave your orders while it is large f and clean and they shall have my personal attention lfjj Hoge Coal and Feed Company W H HQGKE Proprietor Telephone No 7 ry i i Irth y MJ L S DrOENSON COSF f pecii1 t3a1e for Eter r J i KID GLOVES t New Kid Gloves in all the Correct Shades r4 IooworthI25 NECKWEAR Fisk Clark Flagg3s Stocks and Ties f Beautiful Creations in Lace Gnifloh A and- vv Novelties SAM D JOHNSON CO I flIIATRIlIIO IAL i- firI THORNEMATTHEWS At ir the homo of the brides mother in 4rNew Castle on Mofiday Mr Wm jr and Miss Mar guerite Gist Matthews daughter of Mrs Yeba Hewitt Matthews were married by Rev Mr Reubet of the Christian Church Mr Thorne is a handsome young man and a clerk to the State w Borad of Equalization Miss Matthews is a pretty and popular girl and well known here where she has often visited Her mothers was born and raised in this city BEDFORDAYRES At the Harmony Baptist Church Wood J ford county on Wednesday Mr S Thomas Bedford and Miss Sid ney J Ayres were married by Rev Mr Coleman pastor of the church Miss Ayres is the pretty and popular daughter of the late E M Ayres Esq and is universally beloved by all who know her Mr Bedford is the son of Mr Bedford and is a hustling and manly young farmer whose tfrtlJ friends are numbered by his ac d quaintance BIRTHS On Sunday to Mr Bowman i sonISunday to wifea- i daughter d JACOBSOn Saturday morn Mg Wife- IleCallIe Anxious There is cause for anxiety when a cough hangs on for a year and cant be shaken off The quickest way to relieve that anxiety is to begin at once the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery It is a cough remedy but it is also t a great deal more In far advanced stages of disease when hemorrhages have been frequent and there have been emaciation and weakness n Golden Med ical has produced a perfect ewe It Increases the supply of the life xidblood It cleanses the blood from i and sends a current of rich placesisThe is strictly a temper ace medicine nonalcoholic and non aarcotic pPor one year I wu troubled with a cough write Mr K Curtis of Sumner Breracr Co IowaBAs I continued to cough during the j Muomer my wife became anxious wrote to Dr R V Pierce for medical advice It seemed to us that we could not go to a better source for advice and so it proved as the Golden Medical was recommended proved just the medicine to effect a cure Dr ud his medicines are As good as wheat as the farmers used to say Bad taste in the mouth ia removed by Ming Dr Fier Pl aaant Pellets rwrKi r NEW SILKS Louisines Foulards Panne Foulards and Taffetas Latest Colorings ALBATROS CLOTH All the stylish shades at 348 cents for this weekonly I Sidney lug to Mr Ferd Jacobs and wife a daughterIto Mr Win T Lindsey andwife on Tuesday April 2 a daughter Mary ElyoDEATHS GILPINAt her home in Belle point West Side on Sunday morning at 1 oclock Mrs Cath erine Gilpin wife of Mr W A Gilpin of consumption- Mrs Gilpin was a faithful and consistent member of the Chris tian Church The funeral ser vices were conducted from the resi deuce on Monday afternoon and interment took place at Antiocfi Christian Churah burial ground PITTMAN In San Diego Cal on Tuesday April 9th Mrs Loulie B Pittman wife of Mr C B Pittman aged 88 years Mrs Pittman was a sister of Mr Wm Cromwell and Mrs E P Deuton of this city andof Mr John Cromwell of Cleveland Ohio She was a devout member of the Christian Church The remains leave California today en route for this city for burial in the family lot in our cemetery They will reach this city about Eriday of next week You can not enjuy perfect health rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged DeWitts Little Enrly Risers cleanse the whole system They never gripe South Lougmoor and W MoKee Hardie ARIZONA Mr August Thomas Arizona will be the attraction at the Cap ital Theatre April 15th Ari zona has been played in all of the larger cities of the United States and in every case it has been pronounced one of the great est plays of this decade At the Herald Square Theatre in New York this charming comedy drama scored its strongest hit opening on September 12th and playing oontinuously to January 5th to the largest houses this pop ular play house has over held Messrs La Shells and Hamlin have given to this piece a pro duotion which is not equalled by any attraction now traveling The cast is composed of special artists who have been selected especially for their d ptnbilityI to impersonate characters they assume A carload of scenery painted by the well known artists Waller Burridge and Chas H Ritter from sketches made on tho spot by Mr Fraderiok Remington accompanies this production and as the Aravaipa Valley where the notion of the piece is located is conceded to be as beaut irul and interesting a locality as there is iU the country it is easily seen that a series of passing pictures will greet the eye during its stay in this cityIa home enterprise Work guaranteed ro YOEARI IIIA TRUSS II If Ho4et me fit All kinds Guar anteed Prices right JW GAYLE Druggist Hnrkethouso Cor Ann and Broadway m Frankfort Ky 2411 wM tu FOR RENT I offer for rent the storeroom formerly occupied by me on Birdge street South Side Possession given nt once 28tf N F RICHARDSON AFTER LAGRIPPEWHAT- Usually a racking cough and a general feeling of weakness Foleys Honey and Tar is guaran teed to cure the grippe coughi and make you strong and well South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie 1iv APRON GINGHAM And fIndigo Blue Calico for this week only 434C t Ir NOVELTIES i Unique Easter Novelties for Children 11 D11J1IAnt to titktl tI Laxative 5 SyrupNATURES 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 used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE LIONCOFFEEA our next advertisement IWatch S The consumption of LION COFFEEhas 3isThe busydelivering You will find no stale LION COFFER on his shelvesit sells too fast to grow stale Why Because it is an absolutely pure coffee Our mottoStrength Purity and Flavoru Please bear in mind that I1cXiaCcx1ieeisegg mixtures or chemicals in order to give it a better appearance We do not need to resort imperfectionsto In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list No housekeeper in fact no woman man boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness cqmfort and convenience and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound seated packages which is the only form in whjch this excellent coffee is sold i WOOLSON SPICE CO TOLEDO OHIO t ifJ01 tt TnB Frankfort Baunaou1 I FrankfortKcntucky GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub i FRANKFORT APRIL 131901- DARING FORGER CAUGHT On Tuesday last a man went into the store of Mr John C Mas tin in this city ono represented i that he and his father had bought a farm between Georgetown and Stamping Ground that there was not a farming implement on the pugwagona1did not have the wagon in stoc but could order it for him The man was in and out several times during the day and had the total sum of his agreed pur chases footed up by Mr Mastin j He then left saying he would come in again and close the trade 4On Wednesday last the Seel baoh Hotel in Louisville was called up by telephone and in formed that one B A Taylor would stop there and the person talking represented that he was Mr Jno C Mastin of this city and that if the man presented a check bearing his name to take it as it was all right Shortly af er the man strolled n and registered as B A Taylor r and asked to have a check of Mr Mastins for 885 cashed Mr Seelback told him they would have to take time enough to get tne money out of the bank first The man then went to the Ken tutjky Wagon Works having first telephoned them representing thet one i elephoning as Mr Mastiu and that Taylor would call on them to get some goods which he Mastin did not have and that the man was all right He toldt the proprietors that he wanted broad tire waogn and was shown s one which he said suited as to price etc He then said he would pay them the cash ani produced a check purporting to be signed by Mr Mastin for 885 and asked for the difference in cash The proprietors asked him now he came by Mastins check for so much money He said that he had his fathers check for 800 and that he had bought goods of Mastin to the sum of 415 and L that Dustin had taken the 800 nx check und given him the smaller y check to cover the balance The parties then told him that r it was against their rules to take 1k Nerve diIf you have neuralgia Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil v will feed the nerve that is cry t ipg for foodit is hungry i and set your whole body going again in a way to satisfynerve foodYi That is cure If you are nervous and irri- tablek you may only needmore fat to cushion your nerves you are probably thinand Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil hill give you the fat to be ginwithR Mv goesYyou need from usual foodand Scotts Emulsion will help you to that sampleItsSCOTT NI Chemists 409415 Pearl York soc streetrNew I I til checks without knowing both par ties to the transaction but that they would ship the wagon toJ Mastin and he could pay liim The man also had a letter written on Mastins letter heads rec ommending him Taylor then left the wagon works and went back to Seelbachs h fohe was ar rested that gentleman having in the meantime communicated with the banks hero and they with Mastin finding oftt that the check and letter were both forgeries fBest Route to St Paul and Min neapolis RyTheChicogodnily everythingThree daily from Chicago also900a InkFor tickets rates and full information apply to your near est agent or address A F Cleve land 435 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio BENEFIT The lessees of the Capital Theatre are arranging a benefit for Prof F P Atherton in recognition of his efficient services in Connection with the Capital Theatre Orchestra The benefit will bo in the form of a grand OOH cert at which the full orchestra numbering sixteen pieces will perform Mr J H Slaughter Mr J M VauDerveer and others will sing The date has been set for Thursday April 25th- REOPENED The livery stable which was formerly occupied by the Thompson Bros and which was burned in February has been rebuilt by owner of the property Mies Carrie Weitzel and reopened for business by Mr Jas R Thompson He has a fine line of new and up to date vehicles and well and going horses This stable has been very popular in the past and will no doubt maintain its popularity under the new regime IT IS EASY TO FEEL GOOD Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings New Life Pills which positively cure constipation sick headache dizziness jaundice malaria fever and ague and liver and stomach troubles Purely vegetable Never gripe or weaken Only 25 at J W Gayle- BAPTIZED Rev M B Adams pastor of the First Baptist Church hay tized thirteen of those who united with the church during the recent revival on Sunday morning last and again he baptized twentyfour at the service on Wednesday night The total number baptized is 53 and those leceived by letter 90 grand total of 62 as the result of this great refreshing from on High There is one lady to be baptised yet who was sjok WILL NOT BE CLOSED It is authoritatively announced that the proposed closing of Lock Nos 1 2 and 8 on the Kentucky river will be postponed until July 15 This was accomplished by the protest sent to Oapt Hodges from the business men and shippdrs of Louisville and other points The busy season will be over by that time PAINFUL ACCIDENT Capt Fred L Gordon was attempting to spin cue of the new fashioned spinning tops in front of the engine house on- Thursday morning when the topstring hung on the top and it flew around the spike hitting him in the face and entering the cheek makingI IPUBLIC SPEAKING Likins Prohibition State Organizer will deliver an- n Idress to the citizens of this city at the courthouse on Wednesday evening next April 17 at 780 oclock peCiOYIt JOB COULDNT HAVE STOOD IT If hed had the piles Theyre terribly annoying but Buoklena Arnica Salve will cure 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 INSANE George Long colored who was confined in the asylum for insane some years ago and was thought to have been entirely cured be came violently insane again on Wednesday night and his friends were compelled to take him to jail about 4 oclock on Thursday morning a You will waste time if you try to cure indigestion or dyspepsia by starving yourself That only makes it worse when you do eat heartily You always need plenty of good food properly digested Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the re sult of years of scientific research for something that would digest not only some elements of food but every kind And it is the one remedy that will do it South Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie RESIGNED Hon Geo M Thomas Solicitor General of Internal Revenue has resigned his position It is stated that his soninlaw Hon Sam J Pugh ExCon ressman from the 9th District will be appointed to fill the vacancy thus created 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 or such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tf READ IT Attention is called to the adver tisement of Mr J A iolett offering the farm stock etc of Mr Danl Glanton for sale There is a chance for a good bar gain for some one who wishes to run a dairy and market garden ENTERS UPON DUTIES Hon Philander C Knox of Pittsburg Penn the new Attor neyGeneral of the United States entered upon his duties as such on Tuesday last and was present at the Cabinet meeting that day KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest discovereddlgest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in OtHflflnPV Ifc ID stantly relieves and permanently cUTes Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other resultaof imperfect digestion Prlce5Oc BoolcallaboutdyspepslmSUedfmroe small size Prepared by 5 C DeWlTT AGO Chicago I f WNCHESTER 1 uniformityWlNOHESTEft REPEATING ARMS Haycn ConnrI y ItIuIuIlmIumIIIIIImuIIIuuImuPuIIII t tj OthIAYIORSaOtrsr WHISKEYOP MARKY V BOTTLED IN BOND t REST Al b iTim ITS IfIiJREPRESENTEDAS SACREDLY GUARANTEEDANTEt AS THE COIN OF THE REALM tiuiTEEOris OWTAYLORRESENTS IS DISV1CT WRITE mEDISTILLERS INconPonA TEDilFRANKFORT KY V I GEO a 155 EHLINlff i A RAGING ROARING FLOOD Washed down a telegraph line which Chas C Ellis of Lisbon Ia had to repair Standing waist deep in icy water he writes gave me a terrible cold and cough It grew worse daily Fi nally the best doctors in Oakland Neb Sioux City and Omaha said Ihad consumption and could not live Then I began using Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Pos itivley guaranteed for coughs IUl1gtroublesPrice 50o EASTER EDITION The Easter edition of the Lexington Herald was another tri umph of the printers and litho garphers art It consisted oi 80 pages of original and selected matter and was as full of interest and information as could be madeItThe histories of the Lexington Churches gave a fund tion hard to obtain l 1We congratulate the manage ment upon their enterprise SOUTHERN BAPTIST CON VENTION NEW ORLEANS 1i ir 11 Low rates one fare for the ft round trip to New Orleans are alli i nounood by the Queen Crescent tSRoute for May 7th 8th and 9th account Baptist Convention as above Tickets will be on saleIone fare for the round trip Fin est trains in the South lie at the 1ronsticulars 80td t I Ir l X t FOR v SPRINGS WEAR r 1J 1 j We show the greatest line on earth5oc all the lates novelties Loc Monarch aid Wilson Bros and Great Nper t 1ty t50 lines HOSIERYAn th- eWindow Display eqSuitsi fJ CLOTHING FURNISHING SHOE DEPARTMENTS J for an unparalleled the choicest styles Furnishing Boys t Furnishing Ladies Misses Trunks c fAr Fancy Sack Suits We show many in nice snappy fabrics cut in laest and style Prices range from 600 to 2060 We also show an immense of blue and black serges black Thibet Oxford Vicunas Prices 750 to 2500 Watch windows ItDEMOCRATIC PRlMfcY rrf Democrats of this city their primary election for the nomination of candidates for city officers on Tuesday fol owing are the nominees Mayor ponies S Darnell City Judge W 0 Urn don AttorlicyFrank- bi Daily Marsha C S Whitehead f City Council First Ward J f W Marksbtiry George Sal tidnr ifl Jas W W Lon lDoor Second WU1dV J Opgl ton Pat Newman sr Ed BWeitzel f M Busam YardSoFl1hs F H 4Morse John H Triplett Fred Board Education First Yard JfM Williams Second Ward Henry Lutke meier Third WnrdS W Howell T had piles so bad I could getJ no rest nor find a cure until I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve After using it once I forgot I ever had anything like pilesEV Boles Somers Point N Y Lookout for imitations Be sure you for DeWitts Long moor and W McKee Hardie- s r Fany and Staple i 3 for up to pair See styles the the most line J Grays and i i The held last The 1 Hqeney ask 25c 75c per the IREOEPTtON We are requested to announce that the Young Womans Ail So ciety of the First Baptist Church will hold a reception in the chapel at that church on Tuesday evening April 16th from 7 to 10 oclock Everybody invited No admission fee charged THE INDIAN AND THE NORTH WEST A illustrated hook just issued hound in cloth and interestjfogsettlement of the grout northwest with fine halftone engravings Black Hawk Sitting Bull ofI Cloud and ether noted chiefs Ousters battle ground and ten colored 1ijapp plates showing loon tion of various tribes datimg back tc 1000 A careful review of the book impresses one that it is a valued contribution to the his tory of these early pioneers and libraryPricepostage prepaid upon receipt of this amount by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago Ill INCENDIARY FIRE AND BUR GLARY At 115 a in of Saturday an t tf Ji v i 11 r i tr IBODS and Boys and Childrens Suits all the latest styles 150 to 750 Dont fail to see the line before you make your selection Watch the window of brigh ilarm from box 27 called the fire boys to the saloon of Moore Bros on Broadway between St Clair and When the firemen broke open the front door of the room to get at the fire they found the shed room in the rear on fire and tho back door stand ing open the bar fastening it hay ing been takendown It took only about half an hour to put out the fire and about 200 damage was done Mr Moore found the cash drawer had been rifled of its con tents which was about 7 It is thought that a snoak thief concealed himself in the saloon until after it was closed and then rifled the cash drawer aud set fire to the room in order to hide the BEST BLOOD PURIFIER The blood is being purified by the lungs liver and kidneys Keep these organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular and you will have no need of a blood purifier For this pur LiverlrBbletsyou more good than a dollar bot tIe of the best blood purifier Pirce 25 cents Samples free at LongImoors wrea Our Selections of Easter Neck For the spring embodyall the fashionable shapes andwe are constantly shipments from the best mak ers so our stock is ever fresh and uptodate 25c 50c 75c 100 and 150 We carry constantly a com plete assortment of COLLARS AND CUFFS in standard makes We have every new style as soon as it appears We herewith illus trate the lour most popular neckwear and collar shapes have now on display and sale assortment latest r v most beautiful in Hats Shoes and Suits Hats Shoes and and Shoes HMens approved Jtt Prosecuting handsomely tiF41t Ynshington constantly wear receivingnew OUR AND HAT and Mens Suits lyL Sutterlinr 14 Wo show this season the greatest lino of Mens Ladies Misses nod ChildreaeI 11Mens350 Misses Shoes 100 to 250 Childrens Shoes 50c to 8l00 SH window for styles BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAIN SERVICE No 41 at 9 a moo from St Louis for Kansas Ci entire Northwest to Pugot found and Portland with connections at Lincoln Neb from and Peoria= Tho- BurlingtonNorthern Pacific Ex For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fast trains ChicagoFor dailyfromFinest Trains in the World Chi MinneapolisToeph two trains daily from St Louis or Chicago throughtouristducted from St Louis and Chicano every Wednesday eveningalso from eyeningthoColorado Salt Lake City equippedtrainsWrite for matter descriptive of throughthoW M SHAW StI0 L W WAKELEY Gen AgentSt HOWARD ELLIOTT Managortf Running sores ulcers boils byIsalve in the world No other just as good South Long moor and W MoKee Hardie TRUE AS GOSPEL Boys with hats on tho hack of ipgdownettes and smutty stories in theiramouths are cheaper than old itr worn out horses Nobody wants them at any price Men will not employ them and girls will not marry them They are not worthItheir keeping to any body and they will not keep themselves relldthislet him take a look at himself RaysisHE KEPT HIS LEG 7- TTwelve years ago J W Sulli scrntohedhisoration and blood poison set in intenselyThenputation hut he writes I usedone bottle of Electric Bitters boxesofBuoklensleg was sound and well as ever U l For eruptions eczema tetter blooddisordersrival on earth Try them For sale by J W Gayle Will guar moneyOu t rL IJ I i f A IIM A SII11A13ELT 20TH CENTURY DESIGNS Fobs for ladies and gentlemen Berrettes and hair clasps purses and bags sterling silver full scale mesh Brooches in gold and filled Bracelets in sterling silver snakes and chain patterns Hat pins cuff links c r STERLING SILVER AND OUT GLASS We carry the best line of cut glass in the city and it is the most brilliant put on the market We have just S received new lot of Gorham sterling silverware We have provided for every tI priceSTANDARD lamp is candle df stick or candlelabrum holding a candle automatically adjusting itself as it is rz consumed Safer and cleaner than the bare candle obviating drip or chance t i i of fire Purcel shades Linings and Mica protectors M A SELBERTI RELIABLE JEWELER t i I fX + 1 MI M Feeling NervousThats the way it begins Little things Worry and overwork brought on disturb you You are irritable restless nervous prostration and I got almost no andworry over trifles Your heart jumps sleep at all I became entirely unfitted for and palpitates at every sudden noise you business and traveled in hopes of finding cant concentrate your mind on your relief After visiting several sanitariumsI I work your memory fails and you do not and spending several thousand sleep well at night In the morning you vain search for health I returned home l feel weak and exhausted with no appe worse than ever Jt took only twenty tite for food and no ambition for exertion bottles of Dr Miles Nervine to brace me againrArk pre Miles NervineIIt It stops the nervousness soothes the irritation quickens the pulse stimulates he diges tion induces refreshing sleepand infuses snap energyand vigor into the whole system Sold fcy all druggists on a guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHUECH Rev R L McCrendy t sector F B Wentworth Assistant k Sunday Morning prayer at 9 In Holy Communion and sermon 11 a mEvening prayer and sermon 780 m = Sundayschool and adult Bible Class at 946 a m t C To all these services the public are cordially invited Seats free a Cf4BAPTIST CHURCHRev M the pastor will preach 11 a m and 780 p m Baptismr at 545 a m Special classes for young men Young Peoples Society will meet at 680 m in the chapel Prayermeeting Wednesday even ing at 780 p m l Seats free and all are cordiallYin vitedI IOHRISJ1IAN CHURCH Rev the pastor will preach at 11 a in tint 780 P in Subject WalkingThe second of the mChristianmeet in the chapel Mrs J B Polk Topic Foundations Junior Endeavor Society meets Friday at 880 in the chape- lPrayermeeting on Wednesday night at 7 The Divine Comforter The public will be cordially welcomed to these services and especially strangers In the city i t CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas S Major r toe oPwBmrass at 780 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 780 p stml 1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Dr J UoClusky Blayney the pastor will preach At 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m I Peo Society of Chris tian Endeavelmeet8 In the Sunday school room at 645 m Prayermeeting Wednesday even at 780- t The public cordially invited CHURCH Rev willrA series of re tomorrow A service for young people to II moi row afternoon at 8 oclock Ail young people invited 11 Services every evening next week at 780 oclock Public cor dially invited Epworth League meets at 646 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 oclock- Sundayschool meets at 980 a m The public cordially invited to attend SOUTHERN 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 meets at 646 pm Prayermeeting Wednesday evening at 780 p m To all these meetings the public Is cordially Invited WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO It will bring relief to sufferers from asthma or consumption even the worst cases This is about whnt one dose of Foleys Honey and Tar costs Isnt it worth a trial South Long moor W McKee Hardie BADLY HURT While several lads were engage in swinging in the lower part o the city on Thursday one o them by the name of Willi- Tracy swung so far that his leg came in contact with a beam and the small bone of the same was wasNcalled and attended to bis injuries Putnam Fadeless Dye Dark Blue produces the shade of Blue so popular in dress goods this season This color is fast to light and washing lOc per package Sold by South Longmoor NOWS YOUR CHANCE In todays paper Mr John T Buckley Advertises that he will sell off his big stock of goods at public auction Read his ad aiiDAY AT LeCOMPTE GUYLE CU 1 MONDAY APRIL 15 1901 To every 20th customer we will give a pair of Japanese Gold Flab in Bowl To every 12th customer we will give a box of Velvet Candy Your purchase may be or any moontfrom soup The number of sales made counts not the amount Dont target the day Monday ngxt April 16th Thn LnCOffiDt Gayin OOIDDany Druggists SOUTH SIDE FRANKFORT KY THE STG- ROOERIES N LIQUORS- 1iT ii LOW STA PRICES 41J HI JOHN IIRISCOLLS ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CURED BY B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Dis tressing on the skin so you companyaDoHair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Pains Swollen JointsFalling Hair All Run Down Skin Pale Old Sores aredand poisons in the blood Take B whichfhealeeczema 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 Readers of the ROUNDABOUT are advied 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 Mitchell St Atlanta Gn Describe your trouble and free personal medical advice given eFor Sale by W McKee Hurdle 481y 2 Skin troubles cuts burns scalds and chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be aure you get LoWitte South Lougmoor and W McKee Hnrdie FOR BARGAINS IN Groceries Flour Meal Bacon and Lard Tin Stoneware Notions etc GO TO W J SCOTTOW 236 Ann St Powers Old Stand Wholesale and Retail Royal Flouring TillsM- ANUFACTURERS Flour Meal Shipstuff corn Oats and Hay 523 and 525 Main Phone 84 26lr BOARD AND LODGING Two gentlemen or husband and wife desiring firstclass board in large room with dress ing room attached can obtain it by calling at this office TEAKS EXPEDIENCE WIJI GRUNWALD Prof nndBftpairerdays Leave orders with GEORGE H STEHLIN Dec 2211tDO YOU WANT To soil your real estato timber or coal stock theparticulars 4ThDecFor Sale saleApplyWANTEDTwo Ipoperienco not absolutely essentialAddress Pfed ont Tobacco W rs 6 Greensboro rs C268m C i 0 Goon onristmast Y suggestion Ii One of the most useful r pleasing and sensible articles we could suggest as a Christ mas gift is the latest improvedl JereHow many pleasure hours it 2 wouldadd to the domestic life and what a relief from the worrysome old broom Only Bissell Sweepers give satisfaction t R Rogers Sons r Dec 1ly ii V BRYANT TIONl Sunday last was Easter Of Bourse eggs fried and eggs boiled end of all colors were flying in our direction Mr Thornton Sudduth is hav inK his house painted Mr Scott Moore isthe contractor Miss Willie Mitchell entertained iJ quite a number of young folks 2 Saturday night in honor of her A i ousin Miss Ida Mitchell of fWdodford county f Miss Etta Allison has been too ff 7 t t to attend school for several fJ lays but we are glad to report fter much better at present Mr J A Bell fOr of 4nitton but now of Louisville le better known as Uncle Zeke IJs Ypcum spent several days in our community last week Mrs Ann Stigers who has been quite ill for somejtSme is improv writingt pastor of Mt Zion Church has tendered t his resignation and gone to labor in other fields Rev T M Rum fJJ mpns of Lewis county will fill the vacancy Mt Elbert Goins is preparing tir ground just in front of the station ISttSo heres to you old boy Mr Geo Moore of Eminence came up Saturday to spend Easter with his best girl So I suppose youfA Sundayschool was organized jar at Benson Sunday morning Mr t Jas Martin Superintendent t Miss Mattie Young of Eminence spent Saturday and Sunday m with her cousin Miss Mary Youngq Arch it was too bad for rlfyou to meet with such a mis as you did Sunday night remember that forbidden is always tempting and 11JoiBut makes the heart grow So the telephone company de Honeyjii keep up with the news by locating at Bryanttown So here I am charityto If you have it you know it You l1 know all about the t feelingin L11 formation of gas the rInausea sick headache and general weakness of rJ the whole body I You cant have it a week without your blood being impure and your snerves all exhausted Theres just one remedy for you fr3KSariaParillaj- y x Theres nothing new r about it Your grandparents took it Twas t an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparillas were known It made the word Sarsaparilla famous L J over the whole world Theres no other sarsa n parllla like it In age and o power to cure its The 1Ii leader of them all IS 100 a bottle All drcnUii constipationIto Sarsaparllla I IInduced bottles and now fell like I would advise all my t1 tor itJusatood creatures to tetestof medicine tlmo ana Ito curative power cannot be ex celled I D Jan 30 18YJowntoWD Va WrHe the Dector It youthe any complaint whatever and beat P doctorJply without DB J 0 AVER Lowell Man r lri tI i I AIj TLE HINT In our strleif climate with its sudden changes of temperature rain wind and sUnshine often in termingled in a single dayit is no wonder that our children friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglected colds Half the deaths re sulting directly from this cause A bottle of Boscheees German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use wHl prevent serious sickness a large musrnr8 hill and perhaps drouth by the use of three or fourYlnseg FOIL ouritig GonsumpiioirTHfniorrhageo Pneu monia Severe Coughs Croup or any disease of the Throat or Lungs its success is simply wonderful as yonr druggist will tell you Get a sample bottle from John W R Williams Co Frankfort Ky Regular size 75c Get Greens Prize Almanac 81ly STRANGE Gol Jack Chinn in his evidenc in the Ripley case stated that there were 800 or 400 men in the State house yard armed with Winchesters when Senator Goe bel was shot Every other witness has stated that there were not over 15 or 20 people in the yard a number far smaller than was usually the case up to that morn ingA strange discrepancy GEN THOS H TAYLOR DEAD The sad news was received in this city yesterday that Gen Thos H Taylor died that morn ing at his home in j Louisville at 485 oclock We will publish a sketch of His life in our next issueThe funeral will take place from the 485 p m train today with enterment in the family lot in our cemetery x Y M 0 A NOTES Rev R L McCready will de liver an address to men at the Young Hens Christian Association rooms tomorrow afternoon at 830 oclock The gymnasium classes are keeping up with increased attendance New members are coming in and all are having the advan physical work social committee is plan IIrhe special in the way an entertainment in the near future Watch for announcements The Mens Bible Study Club conducted by Rev M B Adams is proving of great interest Any man is welcome to join this club Mr Adams is making it espe cially helpful and interesting THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM Quick Relief From Pain All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are de lighted with the quick relief from pain which it affords When speaking of this Mr D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheu matism in my arm and shoulder I triednumorous remedies but got 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 I was soon re lieved of all pain I have since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with me that it istha best remedy for muscular rheumatism in the market For sale by J W Gayle RIPLEY TRIAL The trial of Capt Garnett D Ripley accused of complicity in the murder of Senator Goebelwas commenced in the circuit court on Tuesday A jury composed of the following persona were selected viz 0 V McQueen Jeff M Minor W A Moore W D MoOhesney Ira Armstrong John Polegrove A w Leitoh J W Crutoher John Ourrens J A Mo wan J A Glass P H Stookton The taking of testimony was commenced on Wednesday The greater part of the evidence was simply as to the fact of the killing of Goebel as had been given in the other trials It was proven by Gen Murray that Capt Ripley was authorized to raise his company January 24 organizodJanuary 27aud nnitered in the game dny Governor Brmllny and Judge Yost testified that Cllpt Ripley had told them in May that he had talked with Gov Taylor in January Taylor urging Riploy to have his company ready as he antici pated trouble and that Goebel would not live twentyfour hours thereafter Another witness testified that Ripley said in Henry county in January that Goebel ought to have been killed when he mur dered John Sanford There was much irrelevant testi mony and nothing to show any connection of Capt Ripley with the conspiracy up to the hour we write It is likely that the evidence will be pretty much in this week I Seed oat and seed potatoes at lowest prices at Langdon Creasey Cos 811 1 Marion Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large importer of fine millinery at 1058 Milwaukee Avenue Chicago saysI During the late severe weather I caught a dreadful cold which kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work during the day One of my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly that I bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to improve at once I am now entirely well and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by T W Gayle f Langdon Creaeey Company are still selling those extra fine JCali fornia evaporated peaches 4 for 25 cents 811 1 FORKS OF ELKHORN Miss Roberta Moore has been the guest of her aunt at George town for the past two weeks Mr Conley Elliott of Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday last with Mr D Morrice Brook Mrs Llewellyn Holton who has been quite illis much better Miss Lena Cannon and Little Misss Sue Harper visited in Georgetown last week Miss Corrine Egbert of Frank fort visited near our village last weekMrs Crait Hughes is in Frank fort under Dr Buokmasters treat ment Misses Barber and Elizabeth Adkins of Millville were in our burg last week and Miss Sallie Suter returned home with them Miss Carolyne Brock went to Georgetown today and will go from there to Lexington for a short stay Miss Carrie Viokers of Bridge port is visiting friends here Mrs Howard Black entertained the Kings Daughters with a recep tion last evening M ss Edna Bridges of Frank fort was the guest of Miss Lena Moore part of last week Mrs Clay Stone who has been quite ill is much improved A KID Do not leave home on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed and can not be procured while you are on board the cars or steamship It is pleasant safe and reliable For sale by J W Gayle Lard Compound 7 cents a pound at Langdon Creasey Cos 81lt 0 ViJiNo other ii package coffee J goes so i f14farsuch entire Jf satisfaction as ARBUCKLESli ROASTED COFFEECosta FJ Jffoneeach package IARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept 10 New York City NYc r I A7 yvyy wUq 2 AUCTIONNji Commencing SaturdaYIApriI13th f t I will auction off the balance of my stock auction hours from 200 p m to 500 pe m and from 730 p m to 1000 p m JOHN T BUCKLEY jxJzEzJ s7 oo J Dr Wallace has opened a Pri vate Hospital at Frankfort Ky for the treatment of Chronic Diseases Physicians in this and adjoining counties having eases requiring operations or such treat ment as they have not the time or facilities for giving can send them to this institution For terms address Dr Wallace Frankfort 19tf r r- t PAINS IN THE BACK A B Farrington Coustania N Y says I was troubledsev oral years with kidney disease and suffered severe pains in the Kidneyqure Ithas4Lou1 jjn1 SVITZERt Mr Nannie Stigors and Mrs B A Bristow celebrated their birttfdnys nt the hospitable home of Mrs Sti ers on Wednesday last April 10 Mrs Bristow was 64 and Mrs Stigers 45 years of ageThere were a number of friends of both of these splendid women present to do honor to them The dinner was splendid and consisted ofnIl the substantials r and delicacies of the season in eluding turkey and and wound up with cakes and ice cream These ladies made all their guests feel at hone and they departed wishing them many returns of the auspicious occasion- S H J I have been troubled with in 4digestion for ten years have tried muchrKodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken two bottles and gotten more y relief from them than all other medicines taken I feel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty SunnyLanetestified as did Mr Riggs South Longmoor and W McKee Har die EASTER SUNDAY Last Sunday was Easter Sun day and was about the bluest rawest and most uncomfortable Easter we have ever experienced While there was only a slight shower of rain during the dayand l i hat between 8 and 4 oclock in f the afternoon the heuvyraill of I Saturday and Sunday night had andta cold wind added to the discom foist of the day bile there were large crowds in attendance upon most if not ell the churches there were but fewifrho ventured to don the new a EasteV costumes and the few that did so looked chilly and uncom fortable Ai u r Spring coughs are specially dan gerous and unless cured at once serious repults often follow One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not a common mix ture but is a liigtJ grade remedy 1 South Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie CONFEDERATE VETERANS MEETING The annual meeting of the Con federate Veterans Association was 1X held at Lexington Saturday Rev H H rfneed of Georgetown r opened the meeting with prayer Dr John A Lewis anti Col A H Sinclair were appointed on the Committee to examine the con- stitutionc1 and bylaws with a view to seeing ifany changes were needed for the benefit of the organization In response to a call Dr Lewis made some brief remarks The Herald says Dr Lewis is always an attractive and j impressive speaker and his- speech though brief was full of feueling and was eleg nt DeLre move all impurities from your system cleanse your bowels make J them regular South Long moor and W McKeee Harelip r Willow Furniture and IUS WIRer chain toon become soiled bat they w cleaned to look like new with Gold Dust WIShing Powder aa4 Water ratan Use ecrnbblnj brash when f vttar bcoomea the lout tolled lei Ireibj fallow wltk a foft dry cheese cloth and wipe dry BMittn NqaMt to KOOMPANY t tL gasis New Yuk boson I Laces ARE OFFERED AT VERY LOW PRICES BY BRO 41 ST CLAIR AT BRIDGE GOOD SALE At the sale of the personalprop erty of the late Mr Geo Onan as made by his executor Mr Sam Martin on Saturday prices ruled exceedingly well Col D A Peters was the auctioneer and as usual kept things humming Five horses were sold at prices running from 40 to 12650 four cows three years old brought from 81 to 4850 household and kitchen furniture sold exceed ingly well Johu L Scott will sellhis beau tiful Edgewood Home at public auction at 8 p m Saturday May 4 1901 It fronts nearly 800 feet on East Main street and contains about 27 acres Half cash bal ance in 10 years at 5 per cent 804t SMALL FIRE An alarm on Monday after noon at 540 oclock called the fire boys to the grocery store and residence of Mr Time Bright well on Arlington Heights A stove pipe feel and started asmall blaze which was soon extin guished with only nominal dam ages Last winter I was confined to my bed with a very bad cold on the lungs Nothing gave me relief Filially my wife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure I can not speak too highly of that excellent remedy Mr T K Houseman lInuatawneYIPo La Grippe coughs often continue for months and some times lead to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Foleys Honey and Tar affords positive protection Bud security from these coughs South Longuioor W McKee Hardio r 9ewoisiiardUSr woAwithout GoMDust tWashing ChI t1lWt ThousandsOF WhiteGoods Embroideries CvKAGIN yShouldoil MILES J11MFLOUR FIRSTBecause it is the best FLOUR in the market- SECONDBecause it is the product of a home manufactory and home labor is production Tho J Et M Mling CO J N MILES Sec Public Sale of Farm Stock c ON account of ago nnd infirmity of Mr Glan I vlll sell for reserve nt public auction premises one and cne i from ot on the Lawrence burg on SATURDAY APRIL mH UOl all the real and personal property of Mr Dun Glnnton The farm contnlna scree most of which is in small grain clover e a nice vegetable or stock farm 40 cr7il8 which jlno tobacco or hemp acres of corn land is now broken up ready for planting 6 acres new land broken up and ready for tobacco melons or desired by purchaser I will sell all the household nnd kitchen furniture farming implements such im plows harrows c several head of cattle including n num ber of fresh milch cows two horses fine supply of poultry This is a desirable location convenient to market schools and churches Well watered and n healthy situation If the depircs tho growing crops will be appraised by disinterested if ac surrendered to thefarmTERMS For the real estate one third cash balance in one two md three interest bearing note at 6 per cent for deferred pay irientsllen retained For the personal property and under cash over 6 months credit with negotiable For cash sales mow p required before removal of property Sale berf MOOa m JAB A VIOLETT 81St Attorney for Dan Glanton Trustees NoticeI toAnotified to come forward and settle and all those having claims against the estate of said decedent are requested to the same to me properly proven settlement ANDREW OAIN April 13lro Versailles Ky For Sale conTcomplete equipment for making brick w a Also six building lots in Sonth Frankfort ApplY to 814t T BUOZLEY O4 T OH T A Sean theItBignature of NOTED HEALER IN TOWN The greatest healer of modern times is Banner Salve for outs wounds Eores piles and all skin diseases It ifl guaranteed South Longmoor W McKee Hardie THE QueenCrescent fix Route and Its connecting i lines to the PainAmeric1 fExposition BUFFALO May 1st to Nov 1st 1901 Excuralori rates and special train scrvico will be announced later The Pan American the greatest American Expos ition since the Worlds Fair Imposing architecture wonderful displays special features dazzling Midway IIFl3LeLSfrom Expoeition J Free Reclining Chairs ACn7atalthitnla riiUiu Dna mill Na4 nut xUtaki f 4eOHtp wilrlhNaanRanenoit i BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast OmahaSty Black Hills- VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIOULED TRAINS SLEEPERS OiliNG CARS CHAIR GARS WET a Ior RUGG PASSR ST MOie ItKi2 IiwmwR scwavI BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago OIBEST LINE CALIFORNIAAND VAST NI0RTIIWESTS UNION STATIONI LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers DPE H BACON A JTWCop 4 tli and Market SU Xxmlavill Going n 9SouthIf so you secure many advantages by ing via Cincinnati the Queen lit Crescent Route and Southern Ry Its fast trains etrate every part of the Central South 04 hour schedule Cincinnati to Jacksonville and New Orleans 9 hours to Chattanooga hours to Shreveport 36 hours to Port Observation parlor and cafe cars TampaI cllnlnc chaIrs Pullmnsto portant Southern clUesIulTcUct to etttrtfrrr rootti an Mat nt tt uklni Ml VTiMUktoatltT w NINtAIIONO LBXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Which in Quality and Flavor ArA ANY BEERMADE EQUALTO THE LAND GAIL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF AI KentuckyIndustr t D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Sept 2ly Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse necdo when in bud condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in to put a horse in prime condition Price 2f cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle Co at lainvttb DPIUMUIC1Wkhu1 N Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you e- atla1iL + J SOUTHERN BfllLHftY I tCodln 1LTAr Shelbyvllle DlOum 632pm 905p a t JArWKSTDOUKD No 6 No 2 No Lv Lexington 7Sam S3pm fall aaa Ar Versatile 7am 602pm Ar Lnrcncebg 620am 63pm 6B3a Ar Shelbyvlllo 910am 015pm Ar Louisville 40am 740pw TtOa WESTBOUND No 13No Uf STATIONS itto lilNa tii400pm 745am Lv Loui vii Ar 740pm 1a4Oa n Item715pmTSJpm 1055am Ar Margin Lv 430pm TlOtM i irEASTBOOItD WUTBOUNBk J oJ No tNo67rATi No IS 4NaO 6 f iqppml 745am Lv LouUvIl Ar ia40am 740Dw fltv ShelhvllAr 9IOam 615paa 047pm 1025am Lv VerBliKs Ar 760jm 40y1a j740pmABTBODNO WKSTUOUND k tNo ttNo 6t STATIONS ItNo eitNo i745iii 40Upm Lv Loulvll A lo4onm T4OpIe Fl0lptlIream116Bpm aaupin Ar Klcnmnd Lv 005am aiopa i1Loipm Ar Irvine Us 155psa STATIONS No l Ho vL Loulxvllle 74f am 74fipan fArrjArArJaoksonvillena OSSa Lv Chattanooga aospm Si3aa1 1150asaAr IAr JaoksondUe 30am1000 ffi1ArioRhara Via Lexington and Chattanooga r jt No 5 tree observation obatr to LexingtonuNo tree observation chair oar Lexington H Louisvllla No sleeping car Blnnlnf htm to LoulevlllR via Lxington fiAll rains between Louisville LexlnlOa aaA BurjfJn dally IF Between Vera me and Georgetown NGII M f fmondtDally except Sunday Other trains dsllytt l rSQANKOifM VPAOM J M CTTLTT H iF Washington D Washington DL WATOUKQPA WMBTATIABXQPJL- Waahluuton D 0 Loaiavllle KB 2 tI tXINGTON EASTERN RV fr LOCAL TIME TABLE t 4 EFFECTIVE MAY 20TH 1900 ir1 EAST BOUND i- il MILt9 STATIONS Dally1P04 tv FJ1P0 Lv Lexington 225 7 4li 6 Montrose F240 1800 Avon 260 K810Wyandotte F267 P81T Wlncheeter 810 8 23 Mistletoe F815 8 50tzr L Junction 822 84680 09ClayStanton 00 BW 47 F 4111 F 921 Filson 410P9M65 Dundee 480P84767 Natural Bridge F M 68 Glencalrn F M 62 Torrent 49 Fincastle F 708 FIG Beattyville Junction b IUIIBeattyville Lv 60 B u Ar 6 40 74 LvSt Helens 521 F10 70 Tans a F b 85 82It AthoJ I 48 l 84It Oakdale F560FUM if 90 ItElkatnwa e 07F11 W Ar Jackson 616 M WEST BOUNDj tjjm sTATIO19sDeil y Mil ftILES 18L Bun W Lv Jackson IOj 49A2roIt Elkatawa BMoeavaw t i9It Tnllega F 7 F 04 j 74tI St Helens 710FU18 J i0 Beattyville Junction 7 26 8 28 t x 806BLv Fineastle F t as F 8 IITorrent 7 84r J1Qlenclnlrn P7 67857tI Natural F 8 4 ItDundee 8 081 01fro tIFilson 4 Rosalyn F 816 4 8 88 4W 40tI City 8 4M f 83tI Indian Fields 859F4M ntI L d B Junction 016 yn14It F048F683 ItAon l6 Montrose o Ar Lexington 0 NOTICEAI1oi1if I have rented out my place on Fourth Ave ttto Judge ORear mY tfamily will go to New 1f 1 York but I am not going I may be found f1 j at mv office rooms ini the Hume building day or night I have both Phones and they are JOf No 59 I am boarding at the Capital Hote- lEEHUME 173m rFy J