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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1N THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 42GEO A LEWIS Publisher jr OL XXIY t Wr A SAD EVENT aP The news which fiashedover tie k wires on Tuesday that Mrs LvSoTrth Belle Tanner Taylor wife t of Gov W H Taylor had died at i it fjthQ home of her husband in In ti I nnpQhs Ind carried sorrow to Sinany hearts besides those Of her CjJMni mediate family fortyfeyears gaiitown Butler county She was fi s handsome modest retiring and Atrue hearted Christian woman iPeYoted to her husband and children she had little time to the fashionable world about filler In that home she was a Kentucky mother in its truest tfslues sior years she had been afflicted rwitQ heart disease and it was ag frtfv ted and made more distressing by the political troubles and excitements through which the family ire called to pass I Bravj hearted and true she stood firmly and fearlessly by her buabalJdf and was ready to share 2 every burden which he was called to bear The funeral and burial took rplaoent Indianapolis on Thursday last She leaves a devoted husband six daughters and one son to nxourti her death To her grief stricken family the synpathy of 250000 Kentucky hearts are extended SHE DIDNT WEAR A MASK i 1 oQmpletelyIpimples till she used Bucklons Arnica Salve Then they van- ishedt aa will all Eruptions Fever X Sores Boils Ulcers Carbuncles Jand Felons from its use Infall irible for Cuts Corns Burns Scalds and PJesCure guaranteed 25 cents at J W Gayles V Kodol Dyspepsia Cure V v Digests what you eat ki rANTIGOEBEL TICKET IN y SCOTT COUNTY ik r The Republicans ajod anti Goe- f countyheldnomination ofa county ticket to f livoted for in November at Georgetown on Saturday last iThe following ticket was 11om 2 Dated V N f r County Judge GlajH Hato- Sett s County Clerk John De nd- sgr County Attorney Judge JB inollAssessorJ T fj T Rosy S Superintendent of Schools jProk Henry Hill- ReproseutativoDrv S T llnw inge 1 t SheriffH S Anderson Surveyor JN Bradley SmithtJailerJ The nominee for county judge t Mr Clay Harlau Hatohettr is a former Frankfort boy son of the teDr J G Hatohett and piiejihew of Judge John M Haran iiJQf the S Supreme Court The ticket is a good one and Twill make a strong race A t saute and bruises are healed by ChnmberlaID Pain Balm in- rbout onethird the time other treatment would require because + qfnts antiseptic qualities which SJrD n e the parts to heal without maturation For sate by J W Salye and SoiitlTI pnguipQrJ f ij J I A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 13 1901 BACK HOME AGAIN Our young friend Mr Will R Shelton who for a long time traveled for a St Louis Mo house and since then has been advertising solicitor for the Columbia Tenn Herald has accepted a position as traveling salesman for the J E M Milling Co of this city Like many others Will comes back to hifl old home here as headquarters We give the following commend atory article from the Herald of June 25th MrW R Shelton who for the last eighteen montlip has been tho advertising solicitor for the Her ald has accepted a position as traveling salesman fflr the J E Co of Frankfort Ky and will leave for his hew field of work the first of July Mr Shel ton has been a very valuable man to the Herald and we regret to give him up Our relations per wayhaveand nothing but a better salary than we can afford takes him from Columbia and the Herald He came here eighteen months ago a perfect stranger he leaves now a city full of friends to wish him health happiness and pros journeyThe it can find to take his place WHITE MAN TURNED YEL LOW bytheLexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow His skin slowly changed color also his eyes and be suffered terribly His malady was Yellow Jaundice He was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he uas advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and he writes After taking two bottles Iwas wholly matchlossand Kidney troubles Only 50c Sold by JV Gayle ELECTED SUPPLY TEACHER Through the inadvertence of our informant the name of Miss Julia W Johnson was omitted from the list of supply teachers elected by the Board of Education for service in the city schools for the n jxt session Miss Johnson graduated from the High School in June last She is a handsome young lady and well qualified for theposition to which she has been elected It is easier to keep well than get Enr1yRisers perfectorderan gentle action South it Longmoor and W MoKee Her flip v APPOINTED The Governor in accordance with the law on Monday ap pointed Mr Jas 0 Wright of Newportas the Republican member of the State Board of Elec tion Commissioners and Mr Chas BPoyntz of Maysville as the Democratic member of the Board It will be remembered that in case of disagreement in the Board the Clerk of the Court Shackelfprdbocomeathe FOR SALE An Upright Kurtzman Piano 881FInnelli SpecialSale WASHGOODS For One Week You cannot afford to miss this great oppor tunity to buy these goods at far below their regular prices Beautiful Lawns in light and dark colors our lOc quality only 7c per yd Beautiful Lawns and Dimi- ties in all shades in stripes and figures our 15c quality only Kc per yd Fine Lawns in pink and light blue stripe our 20o quality ydIiPine Apple Tissue 25o only 19c quaI Mercerized Crepe de Lyons 20p grade only 16c Egyptian Tissue 25c quality only 19c Also a large line of Lawns- and Dimities pnt up in 10 yd lengths the regu jar price is 150 this week we will sell them tit 97c Another lot 10 yd lengths the regular price 100 this week only 79c Come enrly to get first choice C1KAGIN- t BRO 41 St Clair Street At the Bridge r TERMS 100 In AdYano p NO 44 1 The House With a Reputation For Houest De- alingWeAreReady goodsIfClures Merchant 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 ofsuitingsLeavewill have a suit you will be proud to wear 25 andup dead towear Clothing We can show you in this department a Brie of suits that can not Fail to please you All wool suits 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 R K McClure Son 212214 ST CLAIR STREET SAFFELLSAre Frank Fehrs Cele brated Beer for tarn ily and table use Delivered in any part of the city t TPERSONALSj Miss Ruby Fugazzi Is the guost of platives in Cincinnati Ohio Judge Ira Julian Is at Dronnbn Springs recuperating Mr Rob Farmer visited friends iifc Paynes Depot this week Mr John P Hanloy spent Sun day in Purls tho ghost of friends Miss Pattie Burnley Is visiting relatives in Balltmoro Md Miss Bertha Talobtt is visiting ISirJonds in Scott county p Mrs A Rolling Burnam visitor Telativos in Illinois last week VMrs C K Wallace visited rely t tivos in Lexington this week Ilr Ohas R Williams spent Sunday in Lexington ifMoj W 0 Owens of Louisville Saturday afternoon rlIr John Selbort has gone on a r vvisit to the eastern cities fli Miss Leila Oalhoun of Owens i boro was in tho city this week V Miss Ann Mary Grittenden has 4 one to Pewee Valley to visit he- r brother Mr Harry T crt ttenden- f r Judge J P Hobson and famil iV have gone to Virginia to spend th vacation t tlaughJs tf atives in Shelby county I Miss Christine Reynolds has re I turned from a visit to relatives in i1 North Carolina 11 Miss Maria Lindsoy is theguest of her brother Mr T Lindsey SiftPryon N C vPorf WnylnndGraham is the IInrriGraham in Greenville Miss J V4 Mr John S McKondrick and wife of Sholbyvllle wore guests of Mr W J Hughes this week Mr E R Black wife and chit dren wore guests of Mr H H Roberts South Side this week Miss Angelina Fngazzi of Cin cinnati is the guest of Mrs C Fugazzl Broadway street FayettrKaltenbrun last week Miss Doborah Parkor was thep guest of her sister Mrs P B LillIs last week Mrs Geo W Chinn mid Mrs Julia Hopple have gone to Waukesha Wisconsin Dr Maurice Davis of Cincinnati was the guest of his father Mr I Davis this wool Mr Jas S Darnell and bride returned on Thursday from Buffalo- N Y- Iirs J Will Graham and daugh ter Margaret have gone to Old PoInt Comfort W H Holt U S District j trudge for Porto Rico is in Ken tuckj on a months vacation l heriIrvine Mrs Maria L Campbell left Sat J urday for Covington to visit her j sister Mrs Sarah McKee Mrs E Haynes Taylor and son of Atlanta Ga were guests of Dr S E James and wife this week Mrs John Young Rout and daugh ter of Versailles visited Mrs Geo P Winston this week Miss Maggie Wells of Louisville returned home Sunday night with her aunt Mrs Eliza Wells Mrs Hiram Berry who has been r t tt Wilkosbarre Penn has return qjlhoine Mrs James Roy and son James i visited relatives in Indiana this weekLittle Miss Eliza Newton who has been visiting relatives in Mer cer county has returned home Mr R K McClure and son Rich ard have gone to Buffalo Niagara Falls e for a two weeks visit Prof Geo C Downing has gone- t Detroit Mich to attend the National Educational Conventlon Mr F H Kavanaugh who has been visitinrelatives at Little Rock home Miss Julia Jacobs of Switzer Adaix Mr James E Henton of Wood ford county was In tho city Mon t tdayMr Chas R Williams Janitor of the Court of left for M Louisville on Tuesday morning to spend his vacation Miss Katie Jouett and niece Miss Edna Bridges are guests of Mr I Ed Jouett near the Forks of Elk 4hornMrs John B Veach of Lexington came here to the funeral of Mr Robert L TJiomp son on Monday Mrs Stephen Keller of Cincin daughtersitlSelbert rL7 r Mrs Eliza Wells spent the fourth with her son in Louisville who is attending the Bryant Stratton Business College Mrs L B Marshall and daugh ters Misses Nellie and Virginia tiavo returned from French Lick 419prhlg9 J the20thE held In Cincinnati this veek Mr A B Howard of Clay coun ty was in the city Saturday on a BHownrdMrs Alice Kendriek of ToxasI Edl3urday Rev J E Gwatkin of Louisville was the guost of Mr W S rhursdatoBufInloNowYorkreturnedfrom WillyrMrs Chas Ellwauger who has GerardAlexanderturned home Rev R L McCready assisted at PerIInsafternoonMiss Stoll of Louisville Dirsestreet Hoppardtheir sister Mrs Curry near Mon terey Mr R W Mastiri and wife of ThursdaytoPayne returnedfromphis He had a most enjoyable thtilVdulIes husbeonJonnio Jett and brothers having boon a former teacher at Excelsior Mr Fred L Grinstead of Rich mond spent Sunday hero the guest of Ilia parents Capt R L Girns toad and wife West Side Mrs Frank H Johnson who has been at the bedside of her mother in Baltimore Md for seven weeks returned home on Sunday evening Mrs J Eaton Peek sister of Dr T T Eaton Louisville Spoilt Saturday and Sunday with Geo F Winston Mr Sam Klass who has been in Louisville for some time to be operated upon for an injury to his shoulder has returned homo Dr H M Koller will not go out of tho city until July loth and not then unless his patents are in such shape as to permit it I1r C A Nelson returned Friday night from Eastern Kentucky hisrdaughter Miss Loula Mr N Lindsay South and sister Miss Spicie BelleSouth have re turned from attendance upon the Conservatory of Music in Boston Mass Mr Geo A Lewis of this office made a business trip to Southern Kentucky this the Interest KentuokyLaw Mr James Gray of Harrison county spent Wednesday of this week with the families of Mrs Samuel McEwlng and Mr Jason M CaseMr Drane one of the edi torial staff of the New York Her ald who has been visiting his mother Mrs Geo C Drane and sister Mrs Virgil Hewitt in this city has returned home Master Alexander T Lewis left Sunday for a weeks visit to his grandmother Mrs J C Thornton- In Versailles and to other rela tives Miss Nettie S Furrow D 0 who was called to Kirksville Mo returnedpost with Dr R P Buokmaster the Osteopathlo Physician A camping party composed of Messrs Henry F LIndsey Geo L Barnes Paul Sawyler John Scott John R Walters Stuart WoodI and Rico Rosson left Saturday afternoon for a two weeks trip up theI river near Valley View They had two house boats and werodrawn b two yachts the Emily and Pearl- and hud every thing in shape for a fine time IS BUILDING Mr Clay Wilson has already com menced the construction of his new home on the Edgewood lot pur chased from Col John L Scott last week The house will bo a two story cottago of the latest style mid sitting back of those large pop ulars witH a circular driveway In front will show up magnificently Those famous little pills De Witta Little Early Risers com pel your liver and bowels to do Itheirduty thus giving you pulse jourbodygripe South Loogmoor and W MoKee diej v SEASHORE EXCURSIONS VIA THE C 0 RAILWAY To Old Point and Ocean View Va On July ICth tho Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run its annual excursions to Old Point hntl Odean View Vn leaving Lexing ton on the regular express trains nt ll20 n m and 845 p m reaching Old Point at noon and respectivelyRound trip tickets will be sold for 18 good returning until August 4th Sleeping car berths will be 850 through in each di rection and will accommodate two persons at same role Mr J Hull Davidson for years properietor of PhoonixI Hotel nt Lexington is in charge of the hotel at Ocean View and has made a special rate of 250 perday and 1400 per week for 0 0 excursionists Ocean View is one of themost popular resorts on the coast in full view of the ocean nnd has n fine smooth beach GityOn August 15th the C 0 will sell round trip tickets to Atlantic City nt 1400 good returning twelve dnys Stop over privileges will be allowed nt WashingtonTickets be good on regular trains Sleeping car berths will bo 4 in each direction Arrange your vacation for one of these trips The C 0oan offer a div rsity of scenery unsur passed by any other line to tho eastSend in your name for sleeping cnr accommodations Do not wait until the last few lays Ascertain what train you will go on noon or night train and To New York and ndviseITheO 0 will tickets to New York daily nt 8270 going and returning via Washington at 84 45 going and returning via Old and the Old Dominion Steamer or going via Washington and returning vin Old Pointor vice versa or returning via the Now York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets includingdate VnshingtonBaltjmoro BuffaloWrite for full information GEO W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent Lexing ton Ky 8 TO CHICAGO AND RETURN VIA MONON ROUTE The Monon Route will sell tick ets from Louisville to Chicago and return account B Y P U Con vention on July 2425 and 20 at 8 They will be good returning until July 80th and on payment of 50o at Chicago the limit will he extended to August 24 Call for tickets via Louisville nnd daylightlargest and finest coaches ever built Trains leave Louisville 780 a mrand also 820 p in HORSE SHOW AND CARNIVAL GEORGETOWN JULY 2827 One fare for tho round trip dailyduringpoints Junction City to Walton inclusive Special traip to Walton July 25th 26th and 27th leaves Georgetown at 10BOpm Grent attractions programAskticket ticulnrs W 0 RINEARSON General Passenger Agent k K T13JE TABLE eOIlTH PMIN 1i No ul iion7 2001 836 900JFrankfort 9S7 645 ChrlBtiunsburg r 340 1017 Ooa Eminence 358 1U35 641 Lagrange 425 1105 710 Ancliontge 458 113 745 it Louisville 5 25 1206 810 IntTi1 PMI 1No20 PM 11Y444 528 547 410 CnristlansboTg 4KB 912 601- 1MFrankfort 980 042 Midway r II it Lexington 1ISOI WM CASH We give rebate checks on all t cash purchases thereby allow ing you 4 per cent and making L jI you a partner in our business Why not buy from 11S7 Our prices are the lowest and goods Iof the best quality and yve carry li everything to be found In a first i class Hardware Storej j J STAG BACON 7 MASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT KY ti1l foilrise Jo fit uf August 12 831415JJ J 6 and 137 1901 I 4 1 I 30000 t i t I II I p A IU RSE REMIUM s SSOOOO GI TROTTINGr4Na MOLE tiGRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 ftI LIVE stclt AND ART eHIBI ipr 50000 GRAND MUSEMENT TTRACTION INCLUDING AND THE MOST S5OOOO SUPERS ITo II ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised for the ENTERTAINMENT OF W EXCURSION RATES RAILROADS SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG s 1tl + m I MANKIND I ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN Secy KY U i L ELKS MIDSUMMER FAIR fiit r HORSE SHOW AND CARNIVAL L1 JULY 23 2425 2627 fi GEORGETOWN KY t Liberal Preminms A Splendid Midway Three Great Free At7 Jtractions V Music by Weibers Celebrated Baud of Ciiiciiinati 4 Ni For 442taCatalogue or Information address T 0 BELL Secretary f 1 Frankfort do Cincinnati Railway 4 J THE MIDLAND ROUTE I LOCAL TIME TABLE In Effect October 5th 1899 rfB PassI No A ii1 Dally Except Sunday 1 LEXINGTON PUISI ti ri- 9 II r ei t Ll Loo 841 650 LvFrnnktortA Ar 1120 710 9U r r rIt Stedmuntown t t t rI120 a52 702 Elkhorn 1107 666 ass 185 400 710 1100 649 840 166 410 120II StampIngGround 1050 689 aZ2 IY203 416 720 Duvall a32 800r216 422 791 JobnsonII lois 026 230 428 740 Geo etownIt 1082 620 7 300 438 750 S Depot B 1028 617 760x= 448 807II 963 603 =456 816 045 655 000 820 Elizabeth 040 550 510 830 ArParlsCLv 030 640 connects with L 4 N a t tII GC II if t I1 InBetween Frankfort arid Cincinnati Iih JJrq Ir P XI P XI1f JHpxII t too 8to 650 LvFraukfortAr lL20 710J ici soo 488 746 M OeorgetownLv 1028 617 IIIJ 750 Ar 1027 610sg660 1006 ArClnc1nnatLv 880 400 f Ih t ir L iI O JOHNSON COSJ1t Special Summer Sale 11 FROM j fxontday July 15 to Saturday July 27 ifitl Every article in the house at cut price during this sale t j X Irerms Cash All goods charged at regular prices 7 B D TQIbTBO1T CC o i t The White Store 311 Main Streett l t ME BARSIES It CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORII f II Throe r Missionary Watch t Words was discussed by the Rev t t fieorgo Dnrsierof this city in part J t insfoUows w have done nnd i ff are doing ompnred with what we t rrjight do We have sept out men but we could have sent ten where we have sent one We have given theirF a drink bill of the United States is Wa billion dollars yearly Its to bacco bill is six hundred millions ti Its gaudy bill is seventyfive mil 1lhons but its bill for worldwide missions is a pitiful five minions YY It is time for a great advance The day has passed when w should be satisfied with digging trenches defending breastworks holding forts Has not the chura- dawdled and dallied long euoug over the duty of worldwide eyan gelization Let its advance be presumptuouslybut humbly trustingly prayer fully L ii i V A POORMILLIONAIRE ittfj Lately starved in London be cause he could not digest hIs lj food Early use of Dr King New Life Pills would have savo II him They strengthen the stom aJsimje 25o Money back if not satisfied GayleJTALL CORN doesnt come by accident A cultivation heavyearsYet the farmer who under ahealthyfeedIng and weeding seems ahealthybodyIsby the assimilation of the several chemical elements on which vitality depends And corndiseases thebodrsary supply from the tltebodyand ill nourished The digestion and- assimilation of food is a pri Byheafnach and organs of digestion and GoldenMedicalthe digestive and assimilative powers stimulates the action of the blood making glands thebodyblood on which physical vigor and vitality depend DoctorPierces writesClarenettown Ioudoun Co Va It did didnttakeanything now lam so well howtoorlhlngsthere was a gentleman told me about your how it had cured I thought I would gladthatwould have done if it had not MedIcalDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate the bowels and cure t stlpatiea Its w tFNE ARTS AT THE PAN AMERICAN In order that there may be no misunderstanding about the way in w lich the exhibition of Fine Arts at the PanAmerican i being made up the following statement is made by the director of Fine Arts Mr Win A Coffin In accordance with the plans outlined in November the exhibi tion is being mado up very largely by direct invitation to the most prominent American artistsboth at home and abroad In order to give an opportunity to all those who might not have boon invited to offer their works for the exhibi tion juries were appointed in the four groups of the Fine Arts classification The response from the best American artists at home and abroad has been so enthusiastic representaeIs assured Two depots for the re exhjuries mot in Now York on March 27 28 and 20 Between 760 and 800 pictures were offered there and passed upon by the jury with the result that 88 were accepted Out of about 100 pieces of sculpture offered fifteen were accepted A dozen drawings were accepted out of nearly 100 offered In Buffalo the juries met in the Fine Arts Academy on April 6 Out of about acdwere offered and none accepted The jury in group 1 also accepted in Buffalo two miniatures No architecture was submitted to the juries in New York or Buffalo Tho architectural exhibit has boon arranged for byrtbe Jury on architecture solely by invita tion Prominent architects were invited to send in works to repre sent them an lowing to the lim ited space in the Fine Arts build ing it was determined two months ago by the Architectural jury not to go outside of the invited list for contributions Tho shipment of pictures from American artists residing In Lon don and the shipment from Paris of pictures and sculpture from tho8erofildlng in France have both arrived in ths country and will bn stored pending the completion of the Art Building All over the country ill various cities works ncceptotl for the exhibition are either ready for shipment or being packed THE LIST OF WOUNDED Who have beeuhealed by Ban ner Salve is very large It heals all wounds or sores and leaves no scar Take no substitute South Loli moor and W MoKee Hardie FRENCH LICK SPRINGS MONON ROUTE The greatest mineral waters on earth Fine accommodations andI excellent fare Natures own an tidote for stomach liver andI kidney troubles Pamphlets free byaddressing E H Baoon D Route Louisville icy s Gtteat Shift Waist Sale I a 68 cents for Waists worth1x00 89 cents for Waists worth 125r 100 for Waists worth 150 125 for Waists worth 200 175 for Waists worth 250 200 for Waists worth 300 250 for Waists worth 40Q 300 for Waists worth 500 u r Front OHOATEVILLLE IMrs W W Chambers and family of Lexington are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John DennisMrs Suddlith efntertained a few young people the glorious Fourth in honor of her grandson Murray Sargent of Louisville The young people played games and were served with dainty refresh ments and voted the affair a per fect success in every respect IMisses Emma Dennis and Jessie are visiting Mrs Ernest Collins in Frankfort Little Ellen Nickles is in Frankfort for a weeks stay A son was born to Mr James Whitehouse July 8th Mother and son doing nicely The wheat in this vicinity has been about all cut The whistle of the thresher will be heard next Miss Martha Moore had a crowd of friends to call on her last Sun day night Mrs Alexander Sargent and son Murray of Louisville are spending the summer with Mrs George Sudduth Mr Alex Sargent made a fly ing visit to his family at Mrs oldIing face in their midst once more Fried chickens are very scarce in this neighborhood consequently it is a poor place for preachers to come to IMisses Blanche and Goldie Sud youngfriendslightful eveningDANDY SANDYI If you are sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one your kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure energySouthKoe Hardie One of the novelties promised by John Philip Sousa The March King II for the PanAmorlcan Ex position Band Concerts is the new Sousa March Hail to the Spirit of Liberty which he composed for the dedication of the Lafayette Monument in Paris last Fourth of July THE BEST REMEDY FOR STOMACH AND BOWEL TROUBLES I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says OW Wake field of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of fnmilya1l1Ihundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfac tion It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No fam keptitsale by J W Gayle and South Longmooru Pleasant to take r r Trida btuk LaxativeS Y a NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your DoclorrAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a 1t normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts tare irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring 91i about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc S our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND boo PER BOTTLE CURES BLOOD TROUBLES BLOOD POISON CANCER ECZEMA ETC COSTS NOTHING TO TRY Old obstinate deepseated cases permanently cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B If your blood is tainted producing offensive eruptions aching bones and joints ulcers fulling hair mucous patches sore mouth und throat scabs or scales per sistent pimples eating sores swellings sore lip dry sore dull aching lancing phooting pains then you have blood poison or the beginnings of deadly cancer Dont experiment but take Botanic Blood Balm B BrB made especially to cure all malignant blood troubles like those named ecIzemaetc Heals every sore and stops all aches and pains Try it Costs but at druggists Treatment sent free by writing to Dr Gil lam 200 Mitchell Street At lanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical adviqo given Med joine and free medical advice sent at once prepaid B B B origi nated by Dr Gillam over 80 years ago Thousands have been cured many after doctors and patent medicines had utterly failed Botanic Blood Balm B B B gives life vigor and strength to the blood making it pure and rich 41ly DOYOUWANTTo ot goodS Do you want to or exchange for kind of property write me with aU the- particulars as I may ho able to hep Address N Chnrlwton W Vo Box Dec 151y f cE1ATXrxABears the n 1 BETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIA 4 AND THE- y VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sta LoulavlU Dr Catfys Condition powders are just what a horso needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bit medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle an LcCompte Gayle Co TfieFianitrortRounilalioiit I lientucks 4rOEO LEWIS Editor and Pub t FRANKFORT JULY 131901 iP f ENFORCE THE LAW P There has grown up lately a dis position upon the part of a lot 01 hoodlums to think that they this town and that they can do as tthey please after night The con sequence is that they have made night hideous on several occas ions by their yells cursing and swearing and by firing off their annoykEspecially was this the case last Sunday night about 12 oclock or later when a gang came across the railroad bridge shooting their guns yelling at the top of their voices and using languagp too vile and obscene to be hoard in any civilized community They pro L ecoeded to enliven things in classic uCrnwto a turn The good people inthe West becllmingtired ing as to why the laws are not enforced and these disturbers of K the peace quit and good order of the community are not arrested tiAnd punished as they should be do not know who these fellows are neither do we care but it is high time to know who they are and why they are allowed to disgrace themsleves and disturb the community by thqir antics f If they have a pUH it is time that pull was broken and they 1 taught a lesson that the law abid a ing people winot stand or sub snit to these things always Enforce the law DELIGHTFUL CHANGE On Saturday morning the weath dr which had been almost unendurably t hot for two weeks took i on a decided change for the better r and continued to improve all that i day and when Sunday came it ti was a perfect summer day The f i wind continuued to blow from the north Sunday night mak ing heavy covering desirable lt thertJmometer had reached 00 degrees i atid every body and everything agreeableyBUYS A FARM r fCh following clipping from the Nvoodford Sun gives an item of interest to the relatives of Mr Minary in this city and county OH Wednesday Joseph So Min ary purchased from J W San p dusky his farm of 400 acres on the Mundays Ferry turnpike SIX miles south of Versailles Ky for 24000 Mr Minary is a brother of Thomas J Minary President of the Louisville City Railroad Company and was him flelf divisidn manager of the r Southern Srteet Railway at St Louis unifcl last year when he resigned and moved to Woodford county to live Mr Minary married Miss Lizzie Jott daughter of the late Mr M E Jett of this city DONT WAIT A If you knew how SCOTTS EMULSION would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and put you in condition for next winter you would begin to take it now Send for free sample afid try it SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4tSlearl Street 1ew York IIsoc Jioo all druggists 4c1I S n I TRIBUTE TO HENRY CLAY We give below the remarks ofIDr John 0 Scott when lou ing an address upon the orators of Kentucky speaking of Henry Clay To tell the people pfall th Kentuckyithe land of soulstirring rapturous eloquence would be like counting the glittering donstelln tions of the starry firmament like gathering the myriad shells resoundingI madenearlyural born public speaker endowed with the rapturous impulses of heavenborn oratory Almost every boy in every country school house is endowed nature with the gift of eloquence It comes as natural to him as the eagle to sweep the skies with his half plumed wings On this occasion we rejoice to enjoy the distinguinhed honor to memoralize some of the orators of Kentucky whose eloquence the applause of listening senates tocommendIt proud Romans boast to be born in an empire whose victorious banners floated in majestic triumph from the gates of Hercules to the faroff Orient where the blushing Venus star decked with a gorgeous halo of crimson light arises from the early depths of Omars green waters With no less patriotic pride we rejoice to declare that we bail from the heathery hills around the Capital of Kentucky the land renowned for beautiful women fine horses the land oforators the land of heroes In the hazy hours of the early morning when the crimson rays of the rising sun longlineCapital City of the State from our country home afar can be seen glistening in the bright sunshine a lofty column of marble dedi risinginsunlit clouds A few miles away across the velvety blue grass pastures almost in sight there is another lofty architectural de sign erected by the admiring and loving people of Kentucky to Clay the most illustrious statesman and most eloquent orator that ever crossed the threshold of our National Capitol Thus breathing this classic atmos phthre and spending our youth almost in sight of these grand Cenotaphs to Kentuckys renowned dead our heart was ever full of admiration for the illustrious Keutuckians whom today we enjoy the distinguished honor to memoralizeIn beard Mr Clay at Lexington make his famous speech on the Mexican Var John 0 Breokinridpje the rising star of Kentucky introduced him to the audience Turning from that vast surging crowd of eager listeners to the young orator with the grace of Apollo and Godlike grandeur he said When a poor boy from the slashes of Hanover I came to Loxingtop thy distinguished father took my hand and led me through the thorny path way of life He was my honored friend in youth and mane ood Now in memory of thy illustrious father in gratitude for unpaid kindness upon thy broad brow beaming with the genius of thy race I place my hand in holy blessing May the spotless Toga of thy noble sire grace thy young shoulders May it be a glory to thy country an honor to thy family May it be a blessing from thy God The Apollolike form of Mr Clay his magestio gestures his articulation from lips ly moulded to coin golden words of wreathed eloquence his piercing eagle eye beneath the broad brow of the statesman orator his musical voice as charming as the syren song his majestic form his magnetic grace his lofty mein beaming with thu fire of eloquence that was burning in his breast all combined to hold the vast audience spellbound as the magnetic wand of the necro mancer or some enchantment of rarelyhequeuthed heaven to mortal man IThe brush of Reubens or Midb 1A cbael Angelo have not equalled the masterpiece of painting nt Wash mngnifilcentFmrroUl satellites With Webster on one side and Calhoun on the other is delivering that classic oration for the Constitu Intellectualeloquence has not been surpassed since the days of Demosthenes on the Acropolis at Athens RIVER TO BE CLOSED On Monday next July 15tli the Kentucky riv rwilJ be closed to navigation in the pools of locks Nos1 2 and 8 in order to enable the government to repair the look gates and the pits Itis supposed that it will take some two months to do the necessary work The water will be drawn ont of the pools indicated in order to get at the work It is said that the Falls City will remain above lock No 4 and continue to ply from this city ito Valley View IT DAZZLES THE WORLD No discovery in medicine has ever created one quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Its severest tests have been on hopeless victims of Consumption Pneumonia Hem orrhage Pleurisy and Bronchitis thousands of whom it has restored OoughstOoIds Coughitthe world It is sold by r W Gayle who guarantees satisfac tion or refund money Large bottles 500 and 1 Trial bottles free VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL ENTERTAINMENT AND RECITAL Mr N Lindsay South and sis ter Miss Spioio Belle South will give a vocal and instrumental musical and literary recital at Excelsor Institute Jetts this county on Tuesday next July 10 commencing at 7 oclock Mr and Miss South have just returned from attendance upon the Conservatory of Music in Bos ton Muss and are thoroughly qualified to give a firstclass entertainment They merit and should receive a large attendance upon the entertainment ELECTRIC LINE TO VER SAILLES AND LEXINGTON The Board of Directors of the Blue Grass Interurban Railway Co met some Pittsburg capital ists on Monday in Lexington when arrangements were almost completed for the building ofan electric railway from this cityto Versailles and Lexington When you want a modern upto date physio try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25c Samples free at J W Gayle and South Long moors drug stores You can never cure dyspepsia by dieting What your body properlydigested DyspepsiaCure natural digustants hence must digest every class of food and so prepare it that nature can use it in nourishing the body and re placing the wasted tissues thus giving Ijfe health strength am goodJlOalthyappetite moor and W MoKee Bardie Pianos and organs Boforo urchasing a Plano or organ Gallon HIBaldwinup and old Pianos cheap Now Qrgana 16600 Y1mentsonPionos 1 rL iFIII CARtVia Southern Railway Leave Louisville 745 a m daily leave Lexington 1050 a in arrive Chattanooga Br0 p in arrive Atlanta 1025 p in arrive Jack sonville 880 a mEqunlly as good schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p in has through connections sleeping car service arriving eveningIJaokI hour schedule between Louisville and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jackson yule for all points in South Florida Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale to resorts of Florida mid the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rico RailwayInformation Avenue Louisville A Whedon Passenger Agent W A TURK Gen Pass Agent Washington D 0 WMH TAYLOR A G P A Louisville Ky For two years Ira Wi Kelley of Mansfield Pa was in poorhealth- on account of kidney trouble He consul ted 6evernl physicians und spent considerable money for medicines without ohtaining relief until he tried Foleys Kidney Cure acid iiow writes I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause oftaiding others South Longmoor and W McKee Hardie The most delicious soda water cherry ice ice cold and refreshing drinks will be found at the confection ery of Luther F Violett at Todds old stand Gall and give him a trial 40tf Daily trains leave Louisville 100 p m 815 a m Cincin nati 480 p mot 880 a m for Buffalo over L NPeunsyl vaniaErie Lines The Akron Route Round trip tickets may be obtained over it to Chautnuqua Lake Buffalo Niagara Falls and Canadian resorts Ask C H tiagerty D P AgtM Louisville Ky or Geo E Rockwell A G P AgtM Cincinnati Ohio for in formation about fares etc Low Rates North To Dells and Dales of Wisconsin On ono day only Tuesday July 10th the Mouoii Route will sell tickets from Louisville to various resorts in Wisconsin at very low ratesThey will be good going only on above dote and returning for 15 days therepfter See listof prices in ad vertisement For further information address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky FAST TRAINS NORTH Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leave Chicago daily for Mil waukee Madison Greon Bay Fond du Lao Oshkosh Esoanabia Ishpeming Marquette Ashland St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth and all points in Wisconsin and the Copper Country Quickest time Service The best of everything For tickets rates and apply to your nearest ticket agent or address A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio Call at J W Galeys and South Longmoors drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are an elegant physic They also improve the appetite strengthen the digestion und regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Dyspepsia Cure Digests w- hatKodol you eat It digests the food and aids Natara in strengthening and recon structing the organs tis the latest discoveredaigest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency atantly and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Headache GastralglaCrampsand- allotherresulteofImperfect Prlceti0oandt Laraesiiecantalee2 tlalea- rsiallIlie Book 5lfrer Jlftrcllty JCDtWITT Go clips BEST TRAINS t Kansas CityTOhMontana Colorado Pacific Coast tf Utah Washington Omaha f W4rysillBlack Hills jY ViA St louis or Chicago M ticSLEEPERSCHAIR CARS ySEATS rtFIE I 4b4 RUQQ PASSR ST tiHOWARD ELLIOTT oeMu ST MA3rL iJ L W WAKELEY OEHUPASSR AQT8T Best Route to St Paul and M nL neapolis r Chicago NorthWestern IttylThe NorthWestern Limited Chicagodaily i equaled The best of everything Three other firstclass fasttrains i iiiDJFast Mail 1015 p ni Night Ex Prose For tickets rates And fnlllinformation apply to your near t est agent or address A F Clevekland Ohio 435 Vine street Cincinnati iCURE FOR CHOLERA J FAN 4 TDM NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL j 3 itr During last May an nfankobild of our neighbor was sufferingEfrom cholera infautum The fdoctors had given up all hopes of recovery T took abottle of Chain i berlans Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remed to he house ddMgoodif i two days time the child bad fully recovered The child ia now vigorous and healthy I have reodm mended this remedy frequently and have never kuow itto fa kMrs Curtis BaKerBo Ohio For sale Ty J W Gayloyand Sojuth Longmoor r fj LOW RATE EXCURSIONS TQ g r 2 1JTAHEVERY L 4 f ii Via Burlington Route com men ing June 18th continuing through the summer These will 1 be the lowest rate summer exour t a ions ever made to the Rooky Mountain Region The ggdentlU basis is only one fare plus 2 for the round trip but on certain wi dates for instance from July Jlifcv f to 9th inclusive lower than half f rates are offeredvThe Burlington Route is the v best line the main traveled line to Colorado This is a rare chance to get jn i 1t outing in this magnificent sceuio and delightful summer region i The general scheme of excursion rates is so extensive and varied that inquiries for details should bt made of the nearest ticket agent or of the undersigned Do us this favor to write for information 1 printed matter etc To CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for II the as YoUns Epwort t hLeaguers Less than rateirV 0 Get berths early in the tons special through tourist sleep ers to Son Francisco unujr t jv July Oth to 18h inclusive from D fSt Louis at night from Kansas City in the morning via DenverrRio Grande System through x ii 1 Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City California excursions Wed Ijthroroute as above Send for descip5 7 tive folderr tIW M SHAAV N JI f J D P A 400 VineStroetx 11 1LGen nt r 0 3HOWARDrfZ r General Sitina9S 9 fit r r J t K PE t JT3LfZ L I1E 1 jreducedr Prices New I 1 GoodsljnLawns Dimities Swisses at l ft 5c 7i2e fOe and 15c Greatly r Redue Jt IL l ed Prices Buy a Cool Dress Now J tI WiSPARMER-t b Eo LJ LJ7 IAAo nlh tlq EIL o jA f iF RELEASED ON BONDI ri Mr jV Ed cpJaoed in jail charged with shoot M Mr Richard KIrk some two Itlixk8 since had his examining R trail on Saturday and was held Moyex to the circuit court in the jpugi of 1500 bail which he gave noVwas released from custody WBJJv HELD OVER 7 Will Evans the negro boy Jlov stabbed and killed Will e on Saturday night week Jwa8 given his Examining trialon jStfturdny last and was held over r 0 oithe cixcuit court without bail J t SAD SUICIDE ii iw 1iJ pOrl Tuesday last Mr Wm M 1c CJrqtoher of Waddy Shelby JitcQunty committed sUICIde nV ishooting himself through the tl vi f eadBud health it iesu sod L unsettled his mind and brought bout the terrible tragedy Mr Outbner was a brother of Cola i f feJJ rutcher of this city who i now at Battle Creek TSIichvin- t iedrobof health rf P 3LEOTED SECOND LIEUTEN ANT irGeorge l+ bet was elected if Second Lieutenant of Capt Gor dins Company of State Guard son Saturday night Lieutenant t rEgbort bus had considerable i4 perience as t soldier luwingb longed to several of the companies vho have served In this city CALLJ 7 Wile on a raft attempting to fpass over the falls Louisville 4on Friday last Aha Gum AVm Dean S T Jonway Win Kin keRdtGhas Mitchell Geo Albey 1t 7andBuokoye Bransom came near w4r being Had it not been for the lifesaving crew who went J t to their rescue they would have v been lost 7t1c iJ Many thousands have been reo happinesBbyIIt anyMoat benlt t treatment years tv yielded to this remedy und perfect thatlI of famous health resorts failed to permanentlyourod tthat every bottle is warranted and uifc does not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you 4 For sule by J W Gayle and South + Longmoor ff fIf you want the best pur- ehies cretin made of purer call on Ii F Violett ku the old Todd Stttlll oar the bridge 407 RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS 1Ata meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Mary Kv Williams Home for Orphans held at Frankfort Ky July 8 3901 the fllowing resolution was adopted viz Resolved That the Board of Trustees of the Mary K Williams Home for Orphans at Frankfort profoundDiamond Coal Co of Altamont Ky to Mr Wm and e miners and employes of the same and all others contributing to the splendid oar of coal so gen erously donated the Home by them also tQ the Louisville Nashville R R Co and to A D BlantonEsq of this city for free transportation and delivery of the same and to the Rev W G Mc Cready of Winchester Ky for his interested kindness in the matterResolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the II Diocesan Nqws and the local press with request for publication A test F V GRAY Secretary HELP THE CHILDREN We have been handed the fol lowing which wo commend to the attention of our farmers Cincinnati 0 July 8 Dear Sir Your name hue been given as one likely to aid the Post and Fresh Air Fund in arranging an outing foe many poor worthy children in a few weeks is much suffering among the poorer people during the hot weather Down in the crowded districts the light is fading from the little ones eyes and they look tired and wan A few days of fresh fir a romp among the trees and flowers and the taste of wholesome food will bring roses to their cheeks and flesh to their limbs In some cases it may save their lives A number of farmers in a radius of 100 miles of Cincinnati hayef agreed to take in one or more tie ones for a week or two without charge AretIiere not some good people among those with whom you labor who would be glad to do likewise bringing sunshine anti health to little darkened lives The Posh sends the children paying their transportation one way They aro from 8 to 14 years old and thus require little attention They are not invalids will be unless we can help butI It is a glorious work which ap peals to every one irrespective of creed or political opinion The humauityTheof having done good where sorely needed byfindinglittle ones At least do what you can and let us hear from that we nay know on what to county Sincerely FRESH AIR EDITOR Cincinnati Post purifiedhealth while the kidneys are wrong Foleys Kidney Cure will pureblood jvj V l KY n QUESTIONS ANSWERED Yes August Flower still had the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or billiousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom head of appendicitis ner vows prostration or heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fer mentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you Get Greens Prize Almanac J W Williams Co 421y THE NEW SCHOOL We call attention to the ad of Prof J B Gnssiday in todays paper He succeeds Prof Winston His circulars will be ready for distribution hi short time Let th3 citizens of Frankfort give Prof Cassiday their earnest slip t WOMANS RIGHT Many women suffer all sorts of so called female weaknesses just because their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know Foleys Kidney Cure is just what is needed by most ailing LongmoorandV SCHOOL PER CAPITA The school per capita for the common schools of Kentucky has been fixed at 250 per scholar for the years 19012 ORGANIZED fThe Republican State Cam paign Committee met at Louisville on Tuesday night and organ ized by the election of Hon Rich ard P Ernst of Covington as Chairman and Mr Sam S Shepard of this city as Secretary r I am indebted to One Minute goodheulth lungtroubleOne Minute Cough Cure and re covered my health Mr E H Madison Ga South Longmoor andW MoKee Hardie Itsa Biscuit 5o per pack age at Co44it The piles that annoy you so will bo quickly and permanently healed if you use Hazel Salve Beware of worthless counterfeits South Lon moor and- Y McKee Hardie FORTALE We have for sale a second hand Williams typewriter Apply at this office 41tf Shirt Waists Special reduced prices on our ele line of Nobby Shirt Waists Now is the time to buyt themS rt Cor Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT portI LaugdouCreasey gant Eczema salt rheum tetter chafing ivy poisoning andn11 skin tortures are quickly cured SalveIrho WASHINGTON AND IDAHOt largeimmigrntion should take advantage oj the op portunites and the greatly re oounItryand illustrated in a new bookJ with a large map which will be mailed to any address upon re ceipt of six cents in W B Kniskern 22 Fifthavenue Chicago THE BEST REMEDY FOR STOMACH AND BOWEL TROUBLES I have been in the drug bus iness for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says OW Wake field of Columbus Ga This remedy dared two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family and I have recommended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfac tin It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No fam keptitsale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Dl cuts what you eatH tTO ASTHMAlJUFFERERS Lawson Elvidge of Barrington Ill says he was cured of asthma of long ohronioI Foleys Honey and Tar positive relief in all cases of Asthma so this disease when not completely oared is robbed ofall its terrors by this great remedy South Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie New Fast TrainT- OColorado II UTAH ITIlE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May The neW trniua will Icnvo St Louts 000 a m dally The evening trains to same m daily sorvlco- ThrouGh sleeping cur service SnnFran otsco tickets now on sale For further information call on or address GMATTHIIWSTraYPass Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt 8c Louts MoA YouShould MILES JF I1 tIFIRST Because it is the best FLOUR mythe market SECONDBecauseitisthe f home manufactory an 1 home labor is y employed in its pro tduction The J iiiTi Millin- Go 4 J N MILES Sec +UTHERftI1tILWty IINKENTUCKY w It fut Icy M INS BAaxBOUim No L Nol5 Na 14iiiIArAr Larencelfg 860am 4Z6pta KXMH4ArWESTBOUND No I No 2 Ne 4 LT Lexington 730am 436pm L ltaa KHMBArAr Shelbyvllle BlOam LlSpm 9fe Ar Louisville 1040am 740pm 768 a BASTBOUND WUTBOCV- aKa IS No 111 8TATIOH8 No 1TIN 400pm 745am LT Louisvll Ar 740pss ia46wi IMMITlSpm750pm iaS6ftm Ar Burgle LT L80pm 7Iity uaTBOt7ND YMnoUJI NO 15 tNo trf BTAT10KS Ne ItltN r 400pm 745ain LT Louisrll Ar ia40am T40 132pm 010am Lv ShelbTll Ar 010am L1qC47pm 1025am LT Versllea Ar TBOam C9f 411L4OpmVBSTBOUBJk tNO lltNO 51 KTATXONS tNO 4ltN I745am 400pm Lv LoulsvU A ia40ara 7 1022am 50pm LT Verallea Ar 760am 1102am 785pm Ar NlohlTlll Ar 068am LJSTATIONS No Ne L LT Louisville 746am r Ar Lexington 1045am It 7iawArAr Savannah LliaiAr JacksonvilleS aOopmArLiiiUi s Ar Macon 1265am tMy 830m2lLvAr Birmingham 1005pm I14U Ar Meridian 280am 0iMAr New Orleans BSOaml Na through sleeping car LoulsTllle to Bin ingham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na 5 free observation chaircar LoulsviUQ to Lexington Nd 6 free observation chair oar Lexington x csr Binclncham to Loul vlll via LexingtonIAll trains between LouUvlllo Lexington a4Durgin dally- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nan H and Ifldally NosC7 and dallycxcept Sunday Between Versailles Nloholasvllle RItllt- Load and Irvine dally except SundayItDally except Sunday Other trains dlta raAMKoifsd vpikOM J M OUZJ T H Washington D O Washington Df WATOBKaPA W1tETAYLOaAOPA- Wuhingtos O a LouUTlll XA o o liM aM W Iskay IINitl- ear44 M haaae W1k t N1JL akKetara asst f11 R It WHlLE ttisu VAN 16Xr1L 31St r- Iir Jijf RELIGIOUS ASCENSION EPISCOPAL1 r OHUROH Rev R L McCready f AssistantSundayCommunion and sorinon at a m Evening prayer nt580p m Sundayschool and adult Bible1 at 946 a m Wednesday evening prayer at p m To all these services the public Fare cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST CHURCHRev Ir1 preaohatSundayschool in the chapel at a m Special classes for men Young People Sooiety will meet chapelPrayermeeting even Jn at 8OQ p m Seats free and all are cordially in tlted OHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor having re turned from Cincinnati to theGreatnight service WednesdaynightSeeking for Higher i Things The public will be cordially wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city l I CATHOLIC CHURCH The usual services tomorrow conducted MajorteHighYm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN UcCluskyBlayneyAt 11 a m- Sundayschool at 946 a m Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even 800Thepublio cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH Rev J H Savage the pastor will preach at 11 a m pastor has been granted a va cn Ion by his church for a month II On this recount there will bo no Services at the church except Sun day school and Prayermeeting during his absence Sundayschool meets at 980 a m Epworth League meets at 7 oclock in the Ladies Parlor Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 The public cordially invited to attend i SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN jHIJRCHRev Wm CroweJr the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 8 m t Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tl pmPrayermeeting trig at 780 p m To all these meetings the public Is cordially invited 1 GEORGETOWN ELKS FAIR Attention is called to the ad of the Georgetown Elks Fair Horse- Show and Carnival to be held in that hustling little city on Tues inclusivei day July 23 and continuing until andf4who have the matter in charge and surefthat the affair will be firstclass in 1 f rvery way edu eJ rates have 0 lm all railroads 1Ijftr II T to the is l- K fTt We satisfy you in respect to r comestoof Fahys Gold Filled Cases and Brooklyn themiThis is not all we are showing in new goods We have just opened another handsome line of FANCY CLOCKS CUT GLASS in new patterns and CHAFING DISHES M Arc Reliable JewelerUse Itahalia in your Alcohol July 1901 AFTER July 1901 STOCK TAKING WE IHANK93 through the coming year to receive a fair share of your patronage promising you courteous treatment and full value in merchandise for your money r Below we quote you some BARGAINS Large lot of Mens Cassimere Suits 500 some of I these worth more than double All are bargains Boys Knee Pants Suits in light colors were I 250 arid 2 co nov = Ask to see the job Shirt case I this lot of shirts are worth I from soc to 750 reduced to 40e 2 for 75c All Mens Tan Shoes ijO reduced to I 501 II All Mens Wan Shoes worth 350 and 400 reduced to I I GCRUTCHER CO W Va Frankfort Ky JOB WORK Right Time therightwish keep right time All the Time can seISELJBERT JampsI MIDSUMMER 1501 250 oN Huntiiigtoii The Promptly Executed at the Roundabout Office ttrJ ITEJE BEST ii f GROCERIES ABLIQUORS J J LOWEST PRICES JI JOH1BRJSCOLL ItDOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and danger ulgtroublesGo to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the only remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troublesIi Bosoheee German not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ dis ease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a goodnights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all drug gists in the world Get Greens Prize Almanac J W RVil hams dt Co 421y If you want individual ices for entertainments or special occasions Iiiither F Violett is prepared to furnish them on short notice He is prepared to furnish all kinds of ices of the most delicious kind at short notice Call up phone No 79 40tf LBXINGTON BREWING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS WMftb in Quality and Flavor Are EQUAL TO ANY BEER MADEI IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D 0 ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Local Phone 284 Sept 2ly rooyOU SUFFER I with hot IfootGayles Foot Powder It corrects uncomfortablo conditions and makes tight shoed easy Price 15c J W GAYLE Druggist Jfarkethbnso Cor Ann And Broadway Frankfort JCy 24- 1nn = J i TEAH8 EXPKIIIKNCB W J GRUNWALD J ii Professional Piano and Organ Tuner and Re 80rfayeGEORGE H STEHLIN Doc 22ly tl THE INDIAN AND THE i4NORTHWEST Ig A handsomely UJustratedbook just cloth and con taming 116 pages of interesting his settlementfine halftone engravings of Black a Hawk Sitting plead arid l ftgroundshowing location of the various ffulone that it is a valued contribution earlypioneersevery library Prize 50 cents k copy postage prepaldupon receipt of byW J3 22 lifth avenue Chi oago 11- 1ECZEMA t SKIN ERUP = TIONS f ecRem1oksPepB1l1 t1cure the most obstinate case A t fJohn W R Williams 88ly + t Dress Boxc 7 3 Couches IftVias 4f s Bed Lounges j s K Sofa Couches anmiIOhairs We are overstocked otf above andoffer specialvl inducements in than way of prices for they next 10 days A word to the wise is sufficient- f SonfDec jr aIISS DEATHS LEWIS At leer home in this county on Monday evening Mrs Sarah F Lowis widow of the late v Mh Robert B Lewis agtid about 68years Irs Lewis was a devout member of tho Christian Church She leaves several grown children to i 2 i inourn her death among them IV Mrs Ben Utterbaok of the South I MSjoV j Hi Chdfunoral took place on Wecl1 r nesduy morning at 880and theV v i interment took place in our conlI jPeBeiy j THOMPSONIu this city on Saturday evening at the residence t jtiv f his uncle 31iv James Brown Mr Robert L Thompson aged 21 years of copsumpfcion iXi Mr Thompson was the grand irS ion of the late Capt Henry a tBrown who was so foully mar 43ered some five or six years ago v twas a fine young man liked by nIl who knew him The funeral took place on Monday afternoon I services being conducted by Rev J R Savage and the remains were buried in the family lot in pifir cemetery Quite a number V of his friends and acquaintances iv Qftme here from Lexington to at tfe tepd the funeral f lSANFORD n Lexington on inPint gife t1o The little ono was brought here jn the morning train yesterday j bUrled in our cemetery at t Mr Sanford was formerly a res yIent of this city v v BIRTHS a oitykMrSan J hackelfdrd una wife a daughterweight 11 pounds ONE FARE TO DETROIT Tickets will be on sale from all stations via Queen Crescent tt Route July 28d25th good to return until August 2d account In run tionnlConvention Brother- hoodfj of St Andrew Ask ticket + i gents for particulars 77 GAMP MEETING AT HIGH i BRIDGE JULY2028 2 lt Reduced rates as usual fro- mvQueen Crescent points Sun- dayJ4 j excursions and special train service Great attractions nt High Bridge this year Ask ticket lj agents for particulars i VVO RINE ARSONt lr iv General Passenger Agent 7 vV ADVERTISED LETTERS r1Below will bo found the list of 1Y v advertised letters for the week tending July 11 1001 Bates Mrs Friuiqls Ellen Beard Miss Fannie Davis W B Barleyr Miss Saarh Editor of The Ledger Farnsley Alex T F Grimes Miss Mattie 7 Hail Miss Tizzie Hampton Willie Hedger H RS Henderson R L Hollin George Hunter Hon Godfrey Jackson Mrs Josie i James Mrs SarahrKazoll J WIMcPherson John E Mallow Dr K H i Manford Miss Anna IMar Gouldlng Mace Perkins Miss Annie Primm Green Pulljam Tommie Eamey John- Hedgeway Jessie PI H C s i Sebree Richard y Simmons Mrs Frank h Simpson Mrs Henrietta Wade Henry Warfleld Miss Sophinia LuoellI A When calling for these letters tpleltlQ say adve-rtisedgS B HOLMES y Postmaster 4 The best cakes rolls and bread will be found at Lu ther F Violetts stand Prompt attention given to all orders Phone 79 c 40t MATRIMONIAL GRIGGSMILLER In Louisville on Sunday Mr B Wade Griggs of the Frankfort Shoe Factory and Miss Clara Miller of Madison Ind wero married The young couple came imniedi ately to this city and have taken rooms with Mrs Anderson on Ann street PEAKS MILL Threshing is linger full headway drqps in this section are looking rHMiss Anna Belle Fogg returned home on Sunday last Messrs Zack Church sr ni dI jr were slightly indisposed week the effects of vaccination- Mr John Church spent Sunday at suckers Miss Dora Tyler left for home in Indiana on Tuesday last Mrs Hamptons Dude is stopping in Frankfort at present Mr Sutor Stafford entertained a number of friends at dinner on Sunday last Miss Anna Will Stafford who was visiting in Frankfort last Week returned home on Saturday last Capt John Green who has been confined to his bed by a wound caused by being horned by a cow is we are glad to say able to be out again irrdisposed and ruffed feelings Special for Duckers II Boots is 0 K John wears a perfect smile Bob is as mysterious as ever The Dr is looking up more sensations for the rubber nooks but poor Jim Wilson is broken hearted Moral The ways of the susceptibleare hard Bro Taylor of Lexington was in our midst on Sunday last Bro Henry Quinn will preach at the Peaks Mill Church on the evening of the 12th and Sunday morning and evening This is the last attempt to resurrect the dorm ntChristiall spirit in this sec tion The attendance at the church of late has been very slim hardly enough at a meeting to form a quorum If the meeting had been called to discuss a neigh boyhood scandal what a difference there would be in attendance The building would not coinrnenee to hold the crowd Why not try and change this in the future There may be less contention and hard feelings in the corn muniy Mr Goo Winters was the guest of his father Mr Jas Winters on Sunday lastSTILL A CORKER A MASS OF ELECTRICITY The most thrilling and daring performance witnessed in Jihe past decade is the Electric High Wire Act The wire is charged with 500 volts of electricity and the body oftha performer is a siz zling spattering mass of sparks the whole making the most brilliant and blinding illumination possible to imagine Many acro batic feats aril performed in con junction with this magnificent spectacle and it will be seen for the time first in the Soutluat the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 This feature absolutely free A bad complexion generally results from inaative liver and bovvejs In iffP such oases De AVitts Little Early Risers produce gratifying results South Long moor and W MoKee Hardie WHERE TOGO If you contemplate a visit to the Pan at Buf falo N Y road the ad of Dr R S Hambloton in todays paper Tile 010 Kontuoku J1Oll1 Minutes Walk of PanAmerlcnn- Exposition Bond for map ot Buffalo and rate- R SH4MBIJCTON Delaware Avon ormorlpotth4 old tovynr if4Jl2t The J xkt the between and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of grower until it reaches user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you Would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay much more than a cents worth of qualityand A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there la a list of articles With each package In which the List Is found the purchaser has bought a of somo article to be selected by or from the List subject only to the condition that the sig nature on tho Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Department NEW YORK CITY NY LEXINGTON EASTERN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 190J EAST BOUND Dully Ex Sun IDaily Leave Lexington 225 p m 740 n m Wincn 810 p m 825 a IlL LC E Junction 822 p m 887 n m Olay CIty 350 pm 9 l3am Stanton 4OOpru020am Natural Bridge 433 p m 051 a m Torrent 440 p mlO08n m Beattyville Junction 611 p ml020a m Arrive Gd5p inllUOn m WESTBOUND Lx buniai Leave Jackson 025 a in 225 pmBeattyville Junction 720 am 826 p m Torrent 741 a m 847 p m pmBtantonOlay City 887 am 480 pm L E Junction 910 a m 503 p m Winchester 023a m 520p m Arrive Lexington 1010 am 605 pm Nod JunotionMt Sterling and Ashland J B SCOTTGA 0 TIME TAULK BOUTH NORTH No21 LM P o1 620 11Ledn 7oo 618 it 8OC IolO221 NoI v Louisville 830 fiOJ Sheloyvllle 928 7W Frankfort 74P if Lexington 1J16 840 CURED BRONCHIAL TROUBLE Chas E Davis 1071 W Con gress street Chicago says I suffered for years with bronchial trouble und tried many kinds of medicines without relief until tbegan taking Foleys Honey and Tar which cured me South Hnrt u i j Md11n4fre 1 Begins in growing Anywhere the plantation the the the f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffeebu- ysstrength package Notion c u S StabI OYer Clflc LDTAYLO WHISKEY BOTTLED IN BOND BEST Of AIL IS Of THE AStREPRESENTED AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COW OF THE REALM OLDTAYLORSIONATUtt8IS FORILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR JR t SONS DISTILLERS INCORPORATED FRANKFORT KYr t SEE lr PLYMOUTII AND PITTSRUBGH C ALSf I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal oi pJthe best quality Leave your orders while it is large and clean and they shall have my personal attention r Hoge Coal and Feed Comp WH HOLE Proprietor Telephouc No bATH OF MRS SARAH ELIZ ABETH STEELE On Tuesday night last oneof- thet few of the old time citizens left was called to her reward in the person of Mrs Sarah Elizabeth i Steele wifo of Capt R Campbell i Steele aged 78 years Mrs Steele had spent the whole cf her long life in this city and county She wasrmarried to Gapt Steele in early life one daughter Miss Annie being the result of their union She was a handsome and com manding woman and was quite a belle in her youth retaining her beauty until the infirmities of age bore upon her She was a social fayorite full of life and wit and f enjoyed the pleasure of social in teroourse to the fullest extent I She had been in poor health for along time and her family and r friends knew that the end was not far away She was connected by birth and marriage with many of the prom inent families in this section of the StuteIMrs Steele was a member of the Baptist Church for many yearsShe leaves an aged husband one daughter and a host of warmly attached friends to mourn her departure The funeral took place from the residence on Washington street on Thursday afternoon services feeing conducted by Rev M B Adams after which the remains were placed in the family lot in our cemetery y SENT FLOWERS i l The lady friends of Gov and Mrs W S Taylor sent ft beauti ful and abundant supply of flow ers to Gov Taylor to be placed on the coffin of their lamented J friend Mason glass jars all sizes cheap t at LangdonCreasey Cos Z 44lt NOTED COLORED PREACHER Rev Peter Vinegar the noted colored preacher of Lexington will preach at the courthouse in this city on Sunday July 28th at 11 a m 8 p m and 780 p if jm The small charge of ten cents iwill be made at the door It is hoped that there will be a large crowd out to hear him It is said that he is a very able man and he 1 certainly has an original way of putting things 48t8 HEARTBURN T When the quantity of food taken T Sp iEttaplarge or the quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been by constipation Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let nix hours elapse between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eating indicating that you have eaten too much take one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by J W Gayle andJSouth Longmoor r Wig Willow Furjutire ud Wicker Chit letsskim sea tnEtww t IMM4 M lock like MVWM Geld Dwt Wuiia Powder ad meta ww Una a atrttbblai kwh whea tliu MeetB tea Meet MUt4 set froehl follow lac cwt vial iir vUkly laa- acwI 3t Ie MVAHT at leYle New rNt p4 l r STAMPING GROUND IMr T F Stone having resigned as fireman on the F C railroad has purchased an interest in the Stone mill near townWe to report that Mtf Sam Beagle who has been operated upon for appendicitis is not do ing well and is in a critical con dition Miss Mattie White visited friends in Pleasureville this week The Baptist parsonage has been nicely painted and its looks vastly improved Mr John Hambrick and wife were guests of relatives at Sparta last week Mrs Richard 0 Head has as her guest this week her sister Miss Sue Roberts Mr J Lawrence Wilkersonwho is engaged in business in Cincinnati was here on Saturday and Sunday the guest of his parents Mrs John H Gatewoud and Miss Sallie Miller who have been visiting friends in Owentop returned home Sunday When young men come hare to spend the 4th they must remember that they can not fill up on booze and run this ton Some of them found this out last Thurs day when they waked up in the work house Mrs Josin Dawson of Texas and Mrs Anna Wilkerson are vis iting Mrs J Y Bond Misses Ida and Maggie Stone of Frankfort and Misses Nell and Calia Reynolds of Cynthiaua are guests of Mr J J Yates Prof F L Craft assisted by Misses Virginia Duke and Sallie Lindsay will conduct the Buffalo Springs Academy the next year Mr Quincy Jameson wife and son Robert have returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington The ladies of the Baptist Church are doing considerable im proving They have purchased new carpet They will meet next Tuesday to arrange for the paper ing and probably painting of the church They have some money on hands now How could we do without the good womenYACOB Try Capital Steam Laundry a home enterprise Work guaranteed A MONKEY BALLOONIST One ofthe most interesting and novel attractions out this year is the Monkey Balloonist Using the ordinary balloon the monkey ascends to the height of from 1000 to 2000 feet and makes a sensational parachute leap fif Imother earth This uptodate feature is one of the free attractions at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and only cure for dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact with and I have used many other pre parations John Beam West Middlesex Pa 1v 0 preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure as it contains all the natural diges tants It will digest all kinds of food and cant help but do you good South Lougmoor and W McKee Hardie F r Housework is had work witiioiitGoMBusf dryVNN PEAKS MILL Delayed Letter Wheat harvest Is about over and it has been a hot one ThreshIng will commence about the last of the week Mr and Mrs Peal of Lawrence burp were the guests of Mr Wm Stafford last week Mr Wes Poindexter and wife wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Haynes on Sunday last Miss Anna Bell Fogg of Duokers will be the guest of and Mrs Henry Church this week The Misses Manford were at the Mill Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Bake Bacon Mrs D G Timmons has returned from Louisville and has started housekeeping in her new house Mr John Church likes ten cent Kiss Metl toulou and six cent lemonade Dr J Byrne and Mr John Church attended the social by the daughters of the Confed eracy at Cove Spring Park last weeKhDied Monday July 1st the in fant daughter of Mrs Arch Spencer Mrs Frank Sullivan is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Bob Thei gate were at the Mill ou Tuesday last Bill Stafford has been elected Mayor of Sulphur Lick Mrs Mollie Long is on the sick list The telephone people are making rapid strides in this section We may be last but not least The glorious Fourth was cele pIcnicsandSTILL A CORKER Any advertised dealer is author ized to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter eczema piles sprains outs scalds burns ulcers and any open or old sore THANKS We desire to return our thanks to Judge Dan Moore for having a cap put on the jail kitchen chimney thus abating a nuisance to our office Heretofore whenever the wind blW from the south the smoke from that chimney belched forth in such volume that it al most stifled the operators of opr typesetting machines as it blow squarely in at the windows of our composing room a DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It sooths and quickly f heals the injured part There are worthless coun terfeiits so be s reto get De Witts South Longmoor aid iW McKee Hardie CASTORIAFor Thi Kind You HaY Always Bought Bears the- Signature of SUNDAYEXOOHSION T- OCineinnati VIA Sunday July14 Is The Next Date 8125 ROUND TRIP Train Service Base Ball Redsvs Brooklyn Coney Island Chester Park the Zoo and all summer re sorts ure now opeji See small bills or call on Ticket Agent for particulars W G Rinearson G P A Cincinnati yjfiU MERICAN INVESTMENT TTICc COMPANY J fIncorporated tbAPITAL STOCKz25000 00 ESERVE SURPLUS 125000 00 4 MOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 OOi4 Address jfflHOME i LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Jt Jane Sip 4 1f itl xrtNtar n Il ONLY ONt=NIGHT OUT mw fi z t 1 New Orleans to 1 j BUFFALO AND NIAGARA FALLS Daily Train Service IIDouble Through VIA Pullman THE Sleepers QUEEN aCRESCENT- ROUTEAND CONNECTING LINES Through Sleeper daily without change leavesNew l 730 pmSiLye NEW ORLEANS LveBIRKINOHAXLve Arriving BUFFALO Sis 4 Route and Lake Shore Inext day at via summer ticket A severe three in one week 9 loam 60pm SOps r lg 45am Scam it0tJ DAY train service New Orleans Macon Chatta and other points South Cincin fnatl Cincinnati with all Buffalo and other points Northyu ales Hotclj ttttlairoron 1 t w 6 10 7 1o to w o I4irmM Aunt 34TH DISTRIBUTION He Lexington Realtigs0- d c 1i tuNE 26 1901 i OUR GROWTH V 4qrSeptemberOctober 1898 1669 March 60982 BeNovember 1898 r 5024 11 April 1900r 681439 UJanuaryFebruary 1899 11768 74 Jul1900 90946 71 L iMarch lOJ 14788 August 1900 97264 70wApril 1899 i 17610 79 September 1900r 108100 6R May 1899 20642 October 1900 10311008 ItJune 1899 24282 79 November 1900 115601 85 July 26614 89 December 1900 120886 n 4 JtSeptemberOctober 189SH 8669122 MRr h19Qln 86629JG3p IDecember1891frtOFFICERS jJno J ClllabapSecretary 11 J Franklin Female Institute rtxa i4fiAPljlutryDepartment Next Session 9tli For Further Information Cal On Or Address I J B AY Frankfort Kentucky 1 144181 4 cj COLQRADO EXCURSIONS Tickets the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points nt reduced rates account excursions Ask Agents for particulars W 0 Rlnearson G P A sprain will usually dis able the injured person for or four weeks Many cases have occurred however in which a cure has been effected less than by applying Chamber byJo9r 1Irjt 730pm o0aaA DOUBLE Birmingham nooga to Close connection at lines to Rat i 7 RINtANON aNCINMATIr 44 19 88 r rYd Collegiate Begins 11Yoiiday September GASSID BUMPS OR BRUISES Sprains or sores burns or Boaldi i wounds or cuts totter or eczema Jtheworld Nothing else qjust good V FOR SALE IR Celery White Plume aud fIBostonMarket Very fine 5cents 100 125per per 500 HP HILLBNMBYER a487t Ledolton Ky Ilttrre 1 trY I L3 t