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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p 1t liLsL HE MiKFORT ROUNDABOUT 1 Jt GO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL ANn SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In AdvUlc I1fOL XXIY FRANKFORTENTUCKY SATURDAY JULY 27 1901 NO 46 I LINCOLN Yes Abraham Lincoln grand old Abe The idol of all honest men The incarnation of truthfulness fidelity and justice Verily a name to conjure with No man or of men on the face of this earth holds the illustrious name in greater veneration than the partners of this concern and when we tell you that this sale is named 1 Lincoln Sale in order to impress upon you the absolute truthfulness of the statements used herein you may believe ns for the man whod use Abe Lincolns name to bolster up a shady transaction needs watching and you all know that WE have toted fair for most 40 years Too much faith in weather leaves us today with almost ten thousand dollars worth more Shoes and Clothes than we had last year this time This wont do Neither shoes nor clothing improve with age and what is more wo need thnt money for Fall goods LINCOLN SALE will be a most uncommon PRICE CUT TING time Children and blind men may come and be sure of real bargains as they are of their lives This sale will especially appeal to Reasonable Folks who can tell a t story when they hear Jtto Economical people who know a cut price when they see it and to doubting Thomases who have been fooled much and often by counterfeit price cutting An artistically executed bust of Lincoln given with each sale of 5 or over Lincoln Sale begins Saturday Morning at 8 oclock 1 IIIIm= Mens and Young Mens FANCY SUITS 749The ten dollar ones All wool Everyone of them Splendid bar gain No Blacks No Blues FANCY SUITS formerly 12 to 1850 9751All wool Worsted Cassimere A dandy chance to wear hood clothes at mighty small price No Blacks No Blues 15 FANCY SUITS Vorsted Oassimere and some mighty slick Flannels No Blacks No Blues 1050 I Finest Fancy Suits in the house sold regularly from 1050 to 20 Take them for 1350N- o Blacks No Bluest 2TRIBUTE TO TOM MARSHALL vfeWe give below the following 1 tribute to one of Kentuckys peerless orators which is from the of our friend Dr John jDrSoott of Sherman Texas When Thomas Marshall the famous Kentucky orator visited Frankfort he nearly always made his stoppiong place at the hospita ble mansion of Col Orlando Brbvn who too was a distinguished Kentucky statesman and- orator When a school boy it was our good fortune to live as one of the family of that hospitable Kentuckian It has been said that Mr Mar shall never prepared his speeches that they were the offspring of heavenborn genius that they greatathe night before he made his cele 4 braced speech when he was State elector that he spent most of the L preparing that eloquent J oration Often he would arise from his bed and break the tt silence of the night with charm rIjng outbursts of grand sublime anq matchless eloquence The next he made the most i eloquent oratorical effort of his lIife The speech was delivered the Capital grounds from the of the Statehouse It seemed that every leaf every twig t every tree joined that vast audi enoe in for the enohant 3 rii1K and wonderful eloquence of that man gifted with matchless oratory as few others have been In the history of Kentucky riVhas teen said that the Goddess t i t i 1I1I111111111IPjlll Womens Fine Genuine Laird BootsImost of them There fifty and four dollar of five dollar ones narrowish All in prime condition Boys Shoes Girls Shoes and Slippers Some tan some black no broad toes among thorn Some were 2 some 150 and a few a dollar and a quarter All go atUO All Strictly CASH No Goods Charged I None Sent on Approval R K Venus visited her heroic son the renowned Achilles in the silent hours of the night and warned him of his fate that on the morrow beneath the trenchant sword of the niailolad Trojan he would fall in the crimson paths of war When Mr Marshall arose to speak he seemed much em harassed as if some Goddess mother was telling him that his burden was greater than Atlas could bear To cope with the illustrious orators who had preceded him from those steps he must beg the strength oO Hercules or the giant Cyclops who piled Ossa on Pelion After hesitating in Ins speech like a school boy with his first oration he raised his Apollo like form to his full height in majestic style like one poised for the painters brush or the sculptors chisel with eye beneath the broad jetting brow of the states man orator flashing with the firey flame of oratory as lit by Promethean spark with every nerve strung to its utmost and every muscle quivering with the excite ment of the grand occasion he spoke in words as sweet as the honey of Hybla and voice as musical as the charming Calypso We feel incompetent to the task to appear before this vast audi once for from these time honored steps have preceded us such orators as Wiokliffe Hardin Morehead Garrett Davis Metoalfe and a host of others to whom we bow as peers to whom we give the laurel wreath for intellectual grandeur orators endowed and blessed with inspiring eloquence a heaven born gift more precious than pearl or ruubies the wealth of Airrj t 250 I tlllllllll itlIIIIIIIL Mens Fine I Boydens Mostly ShoesIevery paIr Some Nifty styles all ri youSAVE Merchant Tailoring Department Twenty elegant black pants pat alwaysI20 Per Cent Oft on all Made To Order Mens FANCY Suits That makes the 80 ones for instance 24and the crackerjack cutter of all Dixieland No Blues Ormus or of Ind May the memory of those ilhistorioug orators fire our hearts with celes gloriousiof our sainted fathers fill our breast with the genius of inspired eloquence to declare to the world the memorable acts of the people of this grand State renownedas the land of chivalry and theI birthplace of eloquent carters When Mr Clay died Tom Mar shall was invited by the loving sorrowing people of Kentucky to deliver the panegyric at his fun eral The mourning cortege and outburst of sorrow for the dead statesman was the greatest ever witnessed on thjs American conti nent Over the cypressdraped bier of the uusepulohored statesman Mr Marshall uttered in eulogy that the wise Ulysses had gone on his long wandering and there was none left to bend the bow of the towering Agamemnon That historic Apostrophe from Ken tuckys most eloquent living orator to the dead statesman the most distinguished of any age or country has echoed from the snowcapped Aleghanies across green valleys to the faroff Hesperides where the stormy Orion and weeping Pleiades are singing songs of glory to his memoryWhen Mr Marshall died Kentucky could boast of no orator on the hustings equal of him who honored Clay in eulogy No orator has ever spoken in language so resplendent of her or statesman as when Mr Marshall in eulogy uttered that lofty rapturous ora torical outburst of eloqu nc6 over I t t SALE 350 I I McCLURESONFraaikfbrt 1I1I11lllllli E and W Collars Everybody knows that they are the best on earth Every body knows theyre worth a quar ter First come first served Childrens Wash Suits Ages 8 to 9 They are 150 ones some a dol lar and a quarter and none sold for less than a dollarI40c Off Every Dollar All Childrens Knee Pant Suits in the house are cut 40 per cent AlI most half off mind you That makes the four dollar ones for instance 240 and so on Ages 7 15 Yonman and Stetson Hats S35O The bulk of them are five dollar ones somo four and all right UP TODATE the dead body of Richard Mene fee That flaming flash of burn ing eloquence that sublime apostrophe Kentuckys cherished son Menefee will go echo lug down the vista of the rolling years decked with a halo of unfad ing glory In the vast domain of the unknown impenetrable milky baldric of the skies where are two golden glittering constellations called the twin stars through all the ceaseless years revolving around each other in joyous har mony rejoicing in their brilliant beauty and gorgeous grandeur Through all time to come the names of Menefee and Marshall will be linked together as bright constellations in the galaxy of fame illustrious orators distin guished statesmen bright luminaries adorning in shining gory the stalwart archway of Ken tuckys glorious history SALE OF PROPERTY Judge W H Holt sold his house and lot on the corner of Washington and Napping streets on Saturday to Dr J S Collins for 0700 cash This is a very desirable home and we congratulate the doctor and his good wife upon their purchase It is easier keep well than get cured DeWitts Little Early Risers taken now and then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but pro mote an easy gentle action South Longmoor and W MoKee Har deer 5c 740j to to to STRANGE BUT TRUE One evening this week we were vNtalkingl prominent physicians who made the statement that the health of this city was exceptionally good i just now He cited the fact that usually in a given time he would be called upon to make fromrtwenty to twentyfive calls while in the same length of time thatyiday he had made only nine We were surprised at the state ment but upon taking up a Louisville paper that same day we saw a like statement from the Health Officer Dr M K Allen he stating that the improvement had been eighteen per cent in the whole city of Louisville Naturally one would suppose that such extremely hot weather would cause an increase in dis easeThus the AllFather balances the good and evil in the conditions of life Blessed be His namel SHE DIDNT WEAR A MASK But her beauty was completely hidden by sores blotches and pimples till she used Bucklens Salve Then they van ished as will all Eruptions Fever Sores Boils Ulcers Carbuncles and Felons from its use Infall ible for Cuts Corns Burns Scalds and Piles Cure guaranteed 25 cents at J W Gayles rPERSONALirf Gov Jas B McCreary of Rich mond was in tho city Thursday Dr E H Black visited relatives in Fayette county this week J Mrs Ed Jouett of Switzer was the guest of relatives hero Sunday Miss Susie McHonry Is visiting relajtiveslU Owonsboro v Miss Mnry Gray is visiting Miss Jean Todd at Owensboro f Mrs John Walters is visiting her mother at Newport leftft guestiMr John Sower has returned from a trip to tho Buffalo PanAmerican e A Rollins Burnam has re turned from a visit to his old home riat Richmond Ben Will McEwhn of Louis ItvUlle was the guest of his aunt r Mrs L Frank Johnson this week Mr Mike Parker has returned MrsMMr Oscar Barrett of Cincinnati was the guest of his brother Mr Johnson Barrett on Wednesday Mr Frank Chinn and daughter MondayfromAMiss Lena Kirtley who has been oountyhasyMasters Maryon sand Alexander GeorgetowntCol W C Owens of Louisvillle was In the city on Wednesday on legal business Mr John W Rodman has gone to f i the Michigan lake region for a va cationtfr M D Avorill jr wife and fi son aro visiting J relatives at Har Tddsburg r wholiasSouth Side has returned home t hovercomecity tin Thursday afternoon Rev J N Current of Louisville t was the guest of Mr W S Farmer rand wife the first of the week t Mr Oscar Farmer of Louisville tivisited friends in this county the the week Bi wui Miss Verne Kunhett of Louis yule was the guest of Miss Laura Hall near Bridgeport this week L rSMiss Wh color of Mason county thisjDr John Jouott of Eminence SunjnirMr Edward Farmer of Louis SFarmer4a Mr Lloyd McGlasson and Mr worerchildrenItftJi Mr Will A Bull left Sunday whereliel Mrs A B Norwood of Louis ville was the guest of Mr J H Triplett and wlfo this week Miss Lena Scott of this office Lexingtonthis DistrictJ1udgecity Saturday Banahanf Miss Kate Murphy this week Mrs Clara McPherson of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Blanche Kendall Greene Broadway famnyofof Mrs Florrie Rodman have returned home Mondaywill visit relatives for several weeks ii sonMrcountiesaltLexingtonCarolineJoltk Miss Bessie Lftidsny of Louis oousinMissstreet this week daughIx t lug her parents Col C E Hoge r and wife near Jetts visitrtown we regret to learn is quite r sick Mr Harry Stanton and wife of St Louis Mo were guests of Mr J Gray McLean and wife Third street this week Col Thomas M Porter and wifef of Covington are guosts of Mr J W Hughes and wife of Wood lako if Miss Mary C Cromwell of Fay theilinosslot t QfNewCrutcher of Louisville are visitingMIss Mary WIll Violett Mrs Ben T Farmer and son and WednesdayTorrent TettswasCarolineJolt ohildrenreturnedhomeCapt 1 T West left Monday for wherehecoal lands EdnaBrIdgesMr Robt Phillips attended the Wednesday ofMrevenIngstreutsTheyAmong the officers promoted in MoKinleyname of Ensign S 1 M Major Jr MajorofUbaMangan hoeninhave returned and they had a grand time Capt J Newton Abraham and Capt J J Preston of the good steamer Falls City were on our streets Monday These gentlemen wllll have their boat above Lock riverIPLEASUREVILLE Mrs Minnie Nash is very siok at this writing improvingCnpt Porter who hoe been vis icing at Mrs Alexanders has returned to hs home in Virginia Mr Chas LeCompte went to Louisville nnd engaged in the shooting match held there for the championship of the State He was defeated but mode a fine re cord Squire Browner says he would not swap places with President MoKinley for the present That when he feels like work lie has some one to get it for him and is paid more money for his work than the balance of work hands if he only puts in one hour a day and is a member of the board of trustees Hurrah for Browner Miss Annie Sneed is visiting friends at this place Mrs Tom Ireland died very sud denly a few days ago She fell out of her choir without a word or struggle The family was at her side in a momoiitlnne was dead before they could raise her up She had heart trouble Mr Dick Roberts is talking of opening a grocery at this place in a short time The smashing man is reading novels and resting on his oars at present studying a new way to smash doors and what new stories to tell of his success at the work Dr Robinson our genial dud popular physician is kept busy going the rounds from one pa tient to another as there is a great deal of sickness at present Mr W H McConnell will teach the North PleasureVille school again Mr Tom Newman will be his assistantrThe man that writes his notes carpf111for other people to see Keep your notes and letters to yourself hereafter please pleasingMrs John Stepger pur popular milliner is doing a splendid busi Lena and Mrs Dena Bryant are both improving in health under the care of the great faith doctor Mr Will Wade our architect is able to be out OBSERVER Those famous little pills De Vitts Little Early Risers com pel your liver and bowels to do their duty thus giving you pure yourbodygripe South Longmpor and W McKee Hardie figure forI Yourself You can easily see how small savings quickly amount to a considerable sum We are always on the lookout to save money for our customers Are you one of them If you are you will come anyway but if not the big sale ought to bring you next week It will be a sale of Remnant laid- ShortEnds of Embroideries Laces Cottons and Apron Ginghams You will find the best of goods in these lots Beau tiful patterns of Embroid eries and Laces and splendid qualities of Cottons and Ginghams Dont I wait until the best things are sold out Remember we are selling them at Remnant Prices that wont draw too heavily on your pocketbook CsKAGIN BRO 41 St Glair Street At tlle3ridgeI u All holding tickets amounting to 500 or more Issued by the Lan 6rdonCroasoy Co and dated In July are hereby notified to return the same to them not later than the 1st day of August 1001 The distribution of presents will be on August 5th 46lt i When you want a modern upto date try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25o Samples free ntJV Gayle and South Long moors drug stores CASH We give rebate checks on llXcash purchases thereby all i ing you 4 per cent and making you a partner in our businessfWhy not buy from i prices are the lowest and goods II of the best quality and we carryeverything to be found in a first F class Hardware Store TALC BACON MASONIC TEMPLE FRANKFORT KY Y l I cf lIf III August 82 13and 17 1901 I Ii III S3CXQOO pREMIUMs S3OOOO rl1orrINOt tq MoID AllllE t S GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 wttIB1TS J VE sroCKANQ ART 111550000 111RAND MU3EMENT TTRACTION INCLUDING AND THE MOST III ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised for the ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND I jI EXCURSION RATES RAILROADS SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG ZILPAH Miss Adee Moore returned home Saturday from a visit of six weeks to her brother Mr John W Moore and family of Breath itt county Miss Nellie B Phillips has boon the guest of her grandparents at Honeysuckle Mr Marion Philips and wife for two weeks past Mr Dan Hookensmith and wife of Hatton attended the funeral at Indian Fork Thursday of Mr Charles Rodgors Mrs Sarah Moore and Miss N J Dowden were the guests of Mr Henry Skelton and family SundayMrs Lucy J Skelton is ill with fever Mr George Demaree is ill with malarial fever Mr Charles Rodgers lied at his home in this community Wednesday evening July 17 a few minutes past 10 oclookaEed about 26 years a illness of about eight months with consumption The remains were laid to rest in the grounds at Indian Fork of whioh church he was a member He leaves a wife a father two sisters and a brother together with a host of friends and relatives to mourn his death Our brother has passed from the cares of this earth to the joys of heaven Calmly he sleeps beneath the cold sod with folded hands sweetly smiling even in loath i no trace of the suffering and pain he so patiently endured but with quiet resignation to Gods will the poor tired toil worn spirit has taken its flight to the fields of eternal rest Resting in the arms of Him who died that we might live Beloved how can we give thee up But thy will oh God be done We have strewn thy grave with floworsand water ed therp wjth tears Jft s I 11 59000 I I SUPERB I 11 1ESoon they will fade but il1o r hearts thy namo and form will f tever live Farewell loved one sweet be thy rest When death shall come may it find us resignedIto Gods will and in that beyond we will clasp ydur hand i to part no more Death has called away our loved one In the lonely grave to 11aI HIs soul is now resting In that homo beyond the riky Dearest lovedone how you suffered Till God called you from your pain To that bright und holy mansion Through endless years with him to reign We loved you yes we love But angels loved you inorew i youToThe golden gates were open A gentle voice said come I And with farewell spoken V You calmly entered home How sadly we miss you No earthly tongue can tell Butin heaven we hope to meet you For God doeth all things well CLOSE OBSERVER i LEASED MINERAL LAND An Illinois syndicate has closed t a lease on quite a large body of land in the Peaks Mill andSwit neighborhoods for the purpose of mining lead and zinc ores If their plans work out they wiJifI erect a big smelter for the reduc tion of these ores It has been long known that there were valuable mines of these metals in this section and they have been worked in a desultory way and with imperfect machin cry heretofore ti B EX JOHNSON GOSf r rSpecial Summer Sale lI FROM ff Monday July 15 to Saturday July 27 saletji r Terms Cash All goods charged at regular prices Sale I P 1t I fl tES1 o TooaNSON 0101 Ii I 1J f The White Front Store 311 Main II 1i 4L Tlie Midway at the Pan tfe V American i t Midwayiswy t USIng up 1fs Iew more Expositions and we jj 5 V Ihall have left nothing that is V Wonderfully wonderful nothing fv superlatively strange and the 11 4 delicious word foreign will t t have dropped out of the lan iif guage NVhere shall we go to get If Vusv anew sensation Not to the Mheart of the Dark Continent Pantf North we have met the merry little furswathed slanteyed Mfjt Eskimos behind their papier rkf mache glacier in Buffalo Not f toth fur islands ofthe Pacific t Hawaiians and little brown Fil- ipinosijjjr are old friends on tho ti new Midway Not to Japan andJT riksha men have rubbed the bloom off that experience Not 1 Mexico not Hindooslan not Desertf intoIofIS ves l NO MAN IS STRONGER TitAN HIS STOMACH theIother organs are fed A weak stomach means a weak man There never was a atrong man with a weak stomach What gg is called tt weak stomach is in general a diseased condition of the stomach and other ofdigestlon and nutrition which1prevents the proper digestion of 1 is taken into the atom ach and so reduces the nutrition of the body When all food is taken away the body starves When the food eaten is only digested and assimilated in part it IOnlynourishes the body in part so thisliVbody dependent on the blood which is made from food performedDiscovery is due to its remarkable power to heal diseases of the stomach j and allied organs It cures through the stomach diseases remote but diseasedJlweak lieart lungs kidneys and weak tress of other organs is cured with the jcure of the weak stomach Mr Thomas A Swarts Box SubStation verydcLstomach and food would not digest then kidney and liver trouble and got weak so I could scarcely get around The more I doctored s the worse I got until six years passed I had ComeJf so poorly I could the house a rby the of1 chair and I got so thin I had sfy ftven u to thinking that I could not be II cured Then one of mv neighbors said Take Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery and make a new man out of yourself The bottler IhelpedSne so J thought I get another and I taken eight bottles I was weighed and found I had gained twentyseven Ibs t in about six weeks I have done more hard It jwork in the pug eleven months than I did n before and I qm as stout and healthy J today I think as I ever was cureifi Trip lathe Moon Therel you sec not satisfied with exhaust ing the earth they have already begun upon the universe Be hold the world is a sucked oran ge OOMMUNICATEDr Switzer Ky July 24 1001 Mr EditorThe last issue of the Roundabout contains a very interesting article on the extension of the Frankfort street car line We believe the writer is correct in saying an extended line of the car service will pay and pay big As the writer of this article views the matter the following would be the results of the service extending as far at leastas the village of Switzer 1st All the real estate along this line would increase from 50 per cent to 100 percent in value Therefore it behooves every real state owner along this route to give the matter all the encouragement possible A liberal pur chase of tickets as has been sug gested payable when the cars are running is an excellent way to give material encouragement This all will gladly do when they realize its advantage 2d Slyer Lake Elkhorn and Switzer are all famous fishing re sorts Scores of persons attend them daily during the spring and fall seasons many of them at great expense of buggy hire etc With a cheap oar service this travel will be increased ten fold 4th During the hot summer months hundreds of citizens will leave the city each for a delightful ride through the most attractive portion of our couuty This is especially true of the city of Owensboro as well as of many others where the line extends several miles into the surround ing country 5th The turnpikes leading tp these places are under the control of the Fiscal Court who re cognizing the advantages to the citizens of the county will cheerfully grant the right of way free of charge This as well as the fact that the road is well graded will greatly reduce the cost of con struotion SWITZERITE SHINGLES I Hairimoiul Co have just unloaded a Car of the best 18 inch Sawed Poplar Shingles ever brought to this market They have a Telephone Wakefields stand NOTICE There will be a meeting Satur lay August 3d at the Courthouse in Frankfort Ky at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of effecting an organization to protect the fish and game in Franklin county All persons interested are especially invited to be present Frank French Joe Holton Jack South Dr J1o South G R Hughes W L Williams TJba Mangan John W Rodman Jas Audrey Scott B G Williams Gordon Hopkensmith Jas Gib i5 pat Shitft Waist T c k h 68 cents for Waists worth 1100 l 89 cents for Waists worth 125 100 for Waists worth 150 125 for Waists worth 200 175 for Waists worth 250 200 tor Waists worth 300 250 for Waists worth 400 300 for Waists worth 500 Street CURE FOR CHOLERA INEAN- TUMNEVER KNOWN TO FAIL During last May an infantchild- of our neighbor was suffering from cholera infantum The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery J took a bottle of Cham berlans Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy to he house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two dtfys time the child had fully recovered The child is now vig orous and healthy I have recom mended this remedy frequently and have never know it to fail Mrs Curtis Baker Bookwplter Ohio For sale J W Gayle and South LougmoorNOTICE Franklin CircuItCourt Oscar Farmer Executor Plff J Moore etc DeUs and J H Moores Admr Puff vMaryAU1ersons having claims against estate of J H Moore deceased are hereby notified to before me their claims or requiredbyW HJOSEY- 4fHt Master Commissioner F C O Strayed or Stolen There strayed or was stolen from Pleasant Ridge Baptist on the itt Creek pike on Sunday night JnlY a BAY MARE nOOm re i 151 hands in forehead and white spot on loft shoulder A suitable reward will be paid for her return or information by which I can her- PEARL BLACK 461te Harvielnnd Kr According To Announcement The Misses Crowe will open their Private School Woommlny September lIth The daily schedule will be so 8rran ed attention will bo given to the little children preparedforVirginia No extras Course includes Greek Latin Higher Mathematics AngloSaxon etc Miss Lettie Crowe CinConser Music will teach the Plano SALEBloycleIt Feather stone tt Chalnless almost new Call at Holmes Drug Store 46lt EAVY RAIN AND ALMOST A CYCLONE rilllhrclayabout2ooloakthero was a very heavy rain and wind almost reaching n cyclone at Georgetown The tents of the Fair Grounds telephone and eleotiro wires were blown down and everything thoroughly drenched The rain extended down as low as the Forks of Elkhorn We trust our rain will soon bo given us THE BEST REMEDY FOR STOMACH AND BOWEL TROUBLES I have born in the drug bus inass 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 cured 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 satisfaction It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No fam ily should be without it I kept it in my house at all times For sale J Wj Gayle and South Longmopr IPle s nt to take Trd Muh Laxative Syrup i I NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels whn 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 r Sour money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c 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 and throat scabs or scales per sistent pimples eating sores swellings sore lip dry sore dull aching lancing shooting you have blood poison JninsI beginnings of deadly Dont experiment but take Botanic Blood Balm B B B made especially to cure all malignant blood troubles like those named rheuImatismetc Heals every sore and stops all aches and pairjs Try it Costs but 1 at druggists Treatment sent free by writing to Dr Gil lam 200 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Medicine and free medical advice sent at once prepaid 1t B B originated by Dr Gillam over 30 years ago Thousands have been cured many after doctors and patent medicines had utterly foiled Botanic Blood Balm B B B gives life vigor and strength to the blood making it pure and rioh 411y j DO YOU WANT To sell your real estate timber or coal stock of goOdsr Sou want to buy or exchange for kind of property write mo with all the particulars us I be able to hdp you Ad dress J M N Charleston W Vu Box Dec 151yS aXABean signature ot n ILouiiiie BEST LINE TO CALIFORNIA AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers iE H BACON D P A N W Cor 4th and Market Sts Louisville arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifnge They are not food bw nhorsecents per package For sale by J W Gayle an LeCompte Gayle cor tfj t Tile frankfort Bounda out 1Entered at the postofflce at Frankfort Ken tncky n3 sccondclnss mnilablc matter JflEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub r FRANKFORT JULY 27 1901 THE WEATHER Monday was the record day for hot weather in nil this section of country and we may Pay for the whole country The thermometer ran up within a fraction of 100 degrees and what little air was stirring felt like it bad come from over a furnace and did not codl 1down as it usually does after night Ibut remained close and sultry all sight rendering sleep to many almost impossible Tuesday was not much behind but that night a northeast wind changed things and Wednesday morning was de lightfully cool and pleasant UNAVOIDABLE MISTAKE ft Even when the greatest care is J exercised there are errors that t will creep into a newspaper We have always endeavored to make the Roundabout a strictly relia ble paper in all its publications But with all the care we can ex ercise there are errors As in stance in the announcement wea made in our last issue of the death of an liquored citizen of the Farm dale neighborhood we stated that he bad never married whereas he had a large and useful family of children besides his devoted wife Not being acquainted with l him we made inquiry of one who v claimed to know all the gentle mans history and we wrote the r announcement from hipstate ments ij We regret this unintentional l r error but must admit itnnd make rr Sthe explanation as it is oJ WHITE MAN TURNED YEt LOW lL J Great consteruation was felt by ffi the friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow His skin- Wslowy ohanged color also his i eyes and he suffered terribly His tr malady was Yellow Jaundice He was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and he writes After rte taking two bottles I was wholly J cured A trial proves its match if less iriefrib for nIl Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 50c GayeJiPRESIDENT t 3 Mr Owen M Purr of this city was elected Vice President of the fi r State Association of Letter Ca- rr riers which held its meeting at j r Lexington on Sunday last This 1tIf is a high honor and we congfatn ante our young friend upon his set s leptiori tI ii LOSES FINE MARE p Mr James Gunter from Ander son county while on his waywith a young lady in a buggy to visit their friends Mr R D Milton and wife at Swallowfield on Monday had the misfortune to berovercome by the heat on the dt Oweuton pike beyond Mrs Pep pers and to die Mr Gunter r did every thing practicable to + save his mare which he valued at 150 but in vain IN CUBA where it Is hot all the year round Scotts Emulsion scKs better than any where else 1ft the world So dont stop taking iK In summer or you will loser what you have alned for a lice t scorrfit BOWNE Chemists r 41415 Pearl Street New York Yfrf Soc and tioo all druggists 0 ttt I i1 lJt iSi1D1 cJ1r i jt CRUTCHER CO r f- ll nLtENS CLOTBI1TG v 1800 Suits 1250 1500 Suits 1000 1250 Suits 900 BOYS 500 Boys Suits 385 400 Boys Suits 300 350 Boys Suits 275 v 300 Boys Suits 250 500 iantsv385 400 Pants 300 350 Pants 275 300 Pants 250 4 Shoes TAN I A fi 1000 Suits 750tj1oII1 taiittfrI I kfIot I on L 11 y t i 1 ij QLOTBXNG u I li I 250 Boys Suits 175 IiBoys Suits v 150 Boys Suits 1tlJ Uffj t r i 1 4c I r iallE r TI Pants IJ ntSl SATURDAY MORNING JULY 27TH 1901I t iiboysstraw hats The prices we quote will average less thanIwholesale cost and in many do not cover the wortht k of the materials and making Theyll yield us but a part of the actual cost Thats benefit Our profit liesIin the effective advertising the sale will give us and the satisfaction of having sold all of a seasons goods withinrthe season for which they were bought i fft 5 Uptodate Tan Shoes 35O Uptodate Tan 250 350 UPTODATE SHOES 225 5 Tan Shoes LITTLE OFFSTYLE 750 Suits 506 200 150 100 SP 250 Pants 2 2 150 150 cases your 250 3 Straw Hats 175 ftij 25O Straw Hats 1505J 15Q Straw Hats 1 1 Straw Hats 750 D CCRUTCHER 001 Bargains That Are Real In Summer Goods That Now Is Just The Time To Buy WASH WAISTS 400 Waists for 300 d 300 Waists for 200 r 200 Waists for 1 5b lpO Waists for 100 r 100 Waists for 75 50 Waists for 40 Lawns summer goods reduced prices Black Lawns Very i I 1 oI Standard Patterns for August Just Received Call And Get a Sheet Free lt 1 W S FARMERI- CX cf HERE FOR THE EXCURSION SEASON The good steamer Falls City dept J Newt Abraham in corn wand with Capt J J Preston lit the wheel will run excursions t from this city up the river from t now on until the close of the heat = ij f ed term She tOOK out a crowd on Thursday night to Lock No 5 r and return nnd will run a first Il olasy excursion to morrow to the High Bridge Camp Meeting J She will leave here at 6 a m ff ii land will arrive at the camp ground in time for the services L I Returning she will reach home 1 about 11 oclock p m She is 1 lighted by electricity and has elrfc t Ir trio fans in her cabin which make rt her comfortable under all condi 0ticins The fare for the round- trip to High Bridge and return will be only 1 J The piles that annoy you so will qe quickly anti permanently healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless coun terfeits South Longmoor Co r North and South Side DRAWING OFF THE WATER The government authorities commenced drawing off the water from tin pool above Lock No8 e on Tuesday morning nn l naviga tion has been suspended below r Look No 4 down tb the mouth of fr ihe river The locks will remain r dosed for some two or three tJmonthR until all needed repairs are made upon both the looks and J hV i iV the dams JIiJ f IIFast schedules finest trains to 11i Z qinoinnatiand North Queen Rotate f e U BUYS A HOME V ifr Mr Eiiegne Hoge teller of tie qurrwill take possession about the first of November The house and grounds brought 1700 cash there being four acres in the lot It will make an ideal home being Jf convenient the street oar line t and thus easy of access to the r city- Many have been re stored to health and happiness by 1 thee use of Chamberlains Cough anythroatj pi trial for it is certain to prove ben eficial Coughs that have resisted 1I y gill other treatment for years have i yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Oases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently oured by its use Bear in mind that every bottle is warranted and if it not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you F For sale by J Gayle and South fc Lougmoor s For the home of her Mr C W July 8th Mrs S F Lewis widow of the late Mr R B Lewis aged 68 years Mrs Lewis was a good woman a wife and good She haaI been very for many years She bore her with never at the Him that rules all for our good She was when the came and she away to rest with her Sa vior She had every care and that kind hearts and lov ing hands could give to make her stay on earth She leaves six one son and five and a host of and to mourn her loss but our loss is her gain not dear son and ters but to meet your in that clime where will be nb IEND Call at J W and South drug stor3 and get a free of and Liver They are an They also the the and the liver and They are easy to take and in effect IMPR The Old loca ted about one mile below this city on the L N which is the of the S C Her bert Co is en and so that the of the house will be for the next Lew has the for the work and is work on A CLUB The of this city who are of the Club 0 C Furr F G M Frank C Mason B and Goo L will leave July 29th and will make camp on Court Lake in the tion in for a four weeks stay go for bass and PlUM and all at greatly White and just received stylish Fashion ItIiA Dresc0nt thousands Roundabout OBITUARY LEWIS the soninlaw McQueen kindhearted Christian dutiful mother seriously afflicted sufferings Christian patience murmuring willof things ready summons passed quietly attention comfortable children daughters relatives friends Grieve daugh prepare mother bright parting moreA Gayles Longmoors sample Chamberlains Stomach Tablets elegant physic improve appetite strengthen digestion regulate bowels pleasant VINGI Judge Distillery railroad porporty Importing being larged improved capacity greatly increased sensonMr Choate contract busily- at it- 0HIPPE following gentlemen members Chippewa Richard Morris Stagp Sidney Bedford Cannon Barrett Payne Monday OReilles located Ohippewa Indian Reserva Northern Wisconsin They muskallonge fishing o New u1Wtiekly Baht eii M ahoeorof r IIIItnrnl lag ltor Ji7W M FREE NEWOURE FOR ECZEMA and skin eruptions Remioka Eczema Cure and Remioks Pep sin Blood Tonic have never been trin11Havanastreet St Louis Mo For sale by South Longmoor Co 881yiji1I4l1uj Some ThingsY Have their seasons Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains every season We have some pretty ones Prices the lowest Also some remnants Mat f tings bargainsy Cor Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT ZY 4 s Franklin Female Institute Formerly known as the Winston School Frankfort Ky Primary Intermediate and Collegiate Department Next Begins Monday September 9th 1901 For Further Information Call On Or Address J B CASSIDAY 2nd Shelby St Frankfort Kentucky 44tSl L SAFFELLS preparledthe summer season the following wines on purevizMuscatel Port Angelica Tokay Sweet Gatawba And bear in mind we are sole for Frank Fehrs Celebrated Beer also Grape Juices bottled by the Bottling Co Cincinnati Ohio 212 ANN STREET OREGON WASHINGTON AND IDAHO are the States to which a large immigration is now directed You should take advantage of the op portunitos and the greatly re1 ducd rates This Vouderful coun try fully and accurately and illustrated in n new booklet with a large map which will be mailed to any address upon re ceipt of six cents in postage by W B 22 Fifth avenue trains leave Louisville 100 p m 815 a m Ciuoin uati 480 p m 880 a m for Buffalo over L NPennsyl vania Erie LinesThe Akron mayILake Buffalo Niagara Falls and Canadian resorts Ask C H Hagerty D P Agt Louisville Ky or Geo E Rockwell A G P Agt Cincinnati Ohio for in formation about fares etc- FOR SALE Ve have for sale a second hand Williams typewriter Apply at this office 41tf v V A TV Y 7 Y but and are for new in that are Session agents Purity described Kniskern If you want the best pure ice cream made of pure cream call on L F Violett at the old Todd stand near the bridge 40tf New Fast TrainTO ColoradoII UTAH ANDS I PACIFIC COAST in effect May The now trains will leave St Lots n m daily Tho evening truing to sumo 1010 m daily Double dally sorvico- lhroug1 sleeping car service SanFrnn jisco tickets now on sale For further information call on or address R TGMATTHEWS Trav Pits Alt TOWNSENDLouisville Ky H 0 OenPass 8 Ticket Agtj St Loute roo Should use it R is t it in is of a YouNo1labor is its pro Mlllm Sec ht Lines t J w r 25 1901 um JIII Louisville 1II1016 042 054 LexIngton 1045 710 1020 Burgin 1055 125 Georgetown 1150 740 No4 am No 8 pm Lv 745 400 780 I f n 5No6 ILvandLodngtOllAlso on trains 0 Through Obser HarrodsburgthQSouthsleeping cars from and to Atilievllle N C vIe Knoxvillo and MorrLstown Tenn Train leaving Louitvillo 80 p m and nrriv jag Louisville a m Through sleeping care LoxingtonBetween LouisSt INo4 No a JUArHuntlllgburgPrinceton liOOpm 145 amSt Louis 086 pm 782 a No8 r No 1808amll000pmI No No 2a Lv Louisville 000 p ra 850 a m Ar Huntingburg 850 m 1145 a nu Kvansvlllo 102opraJ 180 p m1 No No Lv Evansville 1159a a p Ar Huntingburg 0 08 a m1115 p m Ar Louisville p m 6elLouisville LoubvilleTrains Nos and 22 carry Through first class Coaches between Louisi viva Day trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Purlor Oars Night trains between Louisville and St LoW r CarewithapplytoH R Spencer SlI Hardwick GB Allen P la 1n T RELIGIOUSI GHUEOH Bov R L McCready tector F B Wontworth Assistant Sunday Holy Communion 9 a m Morning Prayer and sermon at U L m pmSundayschoolat 945 a1I1- Wednesday evening prayer at p m To all these services the public tare cordially invited Seats free BAPTIST OHUBCH Eev M B Adams the pastor will preach fct 11 a m and 8 p m Sundayschool in the chapel at 845 a m Special classes for young men Young PeoplesSociety will meet 700 p m in the chapel eveningBeats free and all are cordially in Tlted OHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Geo Darsie the pastor will preach at 11 aru 1I No night service I WednesdaylightDiscipleship The public will be cordially wel k roomed to all these services and es X pecially strangers in the city CATHOLIC CHURCH Thet usual services tomorrow conducted MajortheLow mass at 780 am High 1ti ptnFIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHUflOHRev Ed H Bull o Grant City Mo will preach at 1 a mNo evening service- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris Endeavor meets in the Sunday school room at 645 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even soOThe cordially invited METHODIST CHURCH The pastor has beengranted a va cation by church for a month f tn this account there will be no services at the church except Sun dayschool and Prayermeeting during his absence Sundayschool meets at 980 a m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 atendPRESBYTERIACHURCHRev pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m The evening servi vill be held In the open ah- Sundayschool at 980 a m ChristianPrayermeeting Wednesday even- Ingatp 780 p m publicis i KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aid reconrkItistilelatestdiscovereddigest n can approach stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea GastralglaCrampsaaL a praperstby E C DvWITT A CO Cblctgt r in respect when comes patternswe a most complete stock Jof Fahys Gold Cases and Brooklyn 1 ng 1 I U of patterns Gall sec them is is not Use Knhalia in your Alcohol Jamps CLOSE SHAVE While Mr Clarence Wiley was driving along Holmes street Tues day evening in a surry his became frightened eta barrel in the street and shied passing oar The surrey was smashed but the crowd of people in it escaped unhurt BAD ACCIDENT While Mr Geo W Bush agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co was driving along the boule vard between the St Clair street and the railroad bridges Monday night his horse fell into open ditch left by workmen putting in a water pipe The horse was crippled the wagon broken and Mr Bush bruised and shaken up FORMER FRANKFORT MAN DEAD By a dispatch from Owensboro of date July 24 we learn tha Mr Henry Harlan the only child of the late Judge James Harlan died in that city Tuesday night from the effects of a sun stroke anid s born in this city and was a nephew of Justice John M Harlan S Court and of Mrs J G Hatchitt of this city For a long time Mr Harlan was in the revenue service in the Louis ville district as a gauger H had been living in OwensborD for about three years APPOINTED Miss Annie Samuel has been ap pointed to the position of bookkeeper in the National Branch Bank of this city to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr Will Bull PRIVATE SCHOOL Attention called to the notice of Misses Crowe in today paper of the opening of their private High School These talented and accomplished youu ladies and have the faculty instructing finely developed- DISTINGUUISHED MAN DIES We to announce the death of Judge Isaac Herschel Good night of Franklin Ky which sad IVednesdaew uightporsonally and admirdd him for his integrity und uprightness of character He was an able and fearless lawyer but better than dpvouda of the Cumberland Presbyterian ChurohI J The Right TimeiTo sell skates and rubbers in the winter But the whowishIffAH theTimeJ 11 i b1pricesandqualityand it to to Filled choosett and J pfFANCYMA SELBERT Reliable Jeweler horseI on an L U A is ar regret is GREAT SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE IThe Burlington offers the cheap rotes to the West and Northwest that has ever been vnriedIu as Very cheap wester Daily to Col orado Utah Black Hills at about half rates and from August let to 10th and September 1st to 10th less than half rates round trip to Colorado and Utah such as only 21 St Louis to Denver and re turn everyfirstbraska Kansas Colorado Utah California Washington entire West and Northwest California excursions every week in through tourist sleepers personally conducted via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City northEverydayLake Superior- Do us the favor to write for mattertyou Any ticket agent in the country can provide tickets via BurlingtonNo to the far West is complete without the Burlington Route as a part of it It is the greatest carrier of travel through the Louisiana Purchase It is the main traveled road through the West of its 8064 miles of road 5000 miles are main trunk linesThrough sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route W M SHAW Streete0 L W WAKELEY Genl Passenger Agent Louis Mo- HOWARD ELLIOTT General Manager MoIDouble daily train service to Buffalo and Niagara Falls Queen Crescent Route LEXINGTON BRIBING GO BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbinb in Quality and Flavor Art LANDMADEf KentuckyIndustry D OEOBINSON Frankfort Apt Local Phone 284 Bept 2ly Pianos anfl organs Before purchasing a piano or organ toll on Htandpup and Organs MOO and up Old Organ 2500 and up Easy payment on Pianos and Organs June 221901 tf j- J CROGER ifNiSUOUORsI T LOWEST PRICES il IiATJOH y inUVidUallices special occasions Luther 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 FRENCH LICK SPRINGS MONON ROUTE The greatest mineral waters on earth Fine accommodations and excellent fare Natures own antidote for stomach liver and kidney troubles Pamphlets free by addressing E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky Are YouIGoing to- oklaahonm 1 Rates Maps and Fix 1- 1Information Free tfromW R Kerr Knoxvlllc Tenn Geo L Garrett Louisville Ky L J IRWIN Louisville Ky p SWe are organizing special parties r=YsUffrn with hot tired aching or perspiring feet IfBoufio Gayles AntisepticFoot vler It corrects uncomfortable conditions und makes tight shoo easy Price 15c J W GAYLB Druggist l Markethouso Oor Ann and Broadway Il Ky2Hyon V wS IlHE INDIAN AND THE t2iit NORTHWEST v trA handsomely illustrated book 1jtalningtenon data relating to the settlement iof the great Northwest with JUaekHawkother noted ciefs Ousters battleground and ten coored map platesshowing location of the various carefulcontributionrnpioneers and a Icopy should be 1H every library Price 50 cents per q copy postage prepaid upon r receipt of amount by W B JKnlskern 224 Fifth av f oago llrx r FAST TRAINS NORTH iChioago NorthWestern Railway leave Clhioago doily for Mil BayFond ik Ishpeming Marquette Ashland St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth ldttime Service l1n The 4ratesto your nearest ticket agent or Jraddress A F Cleveland 485 Vine street Cincinnati Ohio fr- Dress t itdi Box tls 41Couches j 1 J 01 i rBed Lounges 4 JSofa ilCti I YWeabove andoffer specialSinducements in theway of prices for thebft1t next 10 days A word to the wise insufficient llf i t jI R Rogers Sons JI i Dec lly t t1 tc k T7 ft IrA tSt 7 J tt fi I W9i I 4ftItl 1 7 r DO YOU SHOOT J do you should send your name and address eiia posta1 cart for I WINCHESTERGUNCATALOGUE ITS FREE- It Illustrates and describes all the different Winchester Rifles Shotguns and Ammunition and contains much valuable information Send at once to the jIJ Winchester Repeating Arm Co New Haven Conn lytIi idfr DEATHSr Ii PHILLIPSNear Benson this ounty on Monday Mrs Loula Li Phillips granddaughter of Judge jf Dan Moore Mrs Phillips was an estimable j x VU113U1UU woman the wIfe of Mr John Phillips The funeral took l place at 4 oclock on Tuesday fj afternoon from the North Ben on Baptist Church servicesI being conducted by Rev tf 0 Adams after which the remains 1 Were buried in the Church yard r ROGERSAt the home of his parents on Todd street on Thurs clay morning Robert Downing infant son of Mr Earl Rogers and wife aged two years The funeral services were con ducted from the family residence yesterday morning at 1080 by Rev Wm Crowe jr after which 4 the remains were interred in the family lot in our cemtery J THE OIL BOOM r 1 lt k f While Texas and other States J if1 ire having their big oil boom i- t4Y Is not necessary to forget that Kentucky isjiio slough in that line y Some time since the Suunybrook well was struck in Wayne county r1r producing a two hundred barrel jguaher and now comes the stews that some 500 feet nwayIS a ra flew well which is producing one l r tiundrod barrels per day In addi i tionitlio news is that there are x f quita a number of other fine 1ft wells sqtittered over the State yielding good returns CHOATEVILLE lJi Delayed Letter The Rev Thomas Lennox of o Lexington filled the pulpit of i the Ohoateville Christian Church J last Ituftarnight and Sunday morl11 ng nele a large and Attentive crowd present Mr W W Chambers visited bis family at Mr John Dennis last Saturday and Sunday Miss Sarah Sudduth of Fraiik fort visited relatives in this j f vicinity last Sunday iJfiI 11 W A w Sargent and Master Murray were the guests of Miss j jAgnes Douglas last Wednesday l Sundaysj V D MoChesney as Superintendent He is certainly the right man 1rt in the right place t Mrs A W Sargent who is spending the summer with her f j mother Mrs George Sudduth l i Jeftlast Monday for a short visit to her husband inJLouisville Unless something occurs to pre vent the Rev Mr McCready of P Ascension Church will hold services at the Choatoville Christian Jr Church tomorrow Sunday I tr afternoon at 8 oclock Every Lr body invited to be present Il try r IA orowd of young people stormed Miss Daisy D Cooke lax t Ii Cr Wednesday evening The evening r was spent in playing games and other innocent amusements These social affairs are very much x j enjoyed by the young folks gip Master Murray Sargent and Miss Gqldie Sudduth were out driving Sunday afternoon L theNa Devils Hollow pike leading to r jithi8 place and they will beam Jr ply repaid The view the Hudson is not more beauiiful- A bad complexion generally ro f r suits from inactive liver and bowels In all such oases De Witts Little Early Risers produoe i T ratifying results South Loug i ir moor and W MoKee Hardie i i t l BIRTHS STAGGOn Sunday in this city to Mr Frank G Stagg and wife a sonFrank G jr- MATRIMONIAL MAUPIN1VIILLER Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr Lawrence Maupin and Miss Kathryn P Miller The happy event is to occur on Wednesday August 7th at the home of the brides sister Mrs W L Gault in the country x Miss Miller is a handsome and popular young girl daughter of Mr Geo W Miller of this city Mr Maupin is an industrious young man and came here from Midway He is in the tailors business We tender congratula Lions in advanc- eBLACKBEARDIn this oity on Wednesday night Mr Wm T Black and Miss Lucretia Beard were married by Rev M B Ad amsMr Black is in the employ of the Frankfort Telephone Co as a lineman trod his bride is a handsome and popular girl ADVERTISED LETTERS Below wIll be found the adver tised letters for the gweek onding July 27 1901 Abbott J A Bock Alton Prof A O Comhvell Robert A Caster Mrs Nancy Cookerliaui A C Cook tires Nannlo V Cordalo Bonjamlne Dunn Miss Ellie- Embry Pat F rst Mrs Carrie Flynnoll Mrs Fannie Foster Miss Maria Healy Win Hloatt B L Holly W Z Jenkins Geo 2 Johnson F1M- oKenney Thomas Moore Miss Cloo GeorgeOliver OBrien Joe Right Charley Raysorx Mrs Emma Reddish Miss Joan Boborts Miss Parttie Rose Miss Annie 2 VirgilShort Smith Mrs Annie Stephonson B W LodgeVqnerbal Walkor Frank 2 Watts W L VirginiaWnrford When calling for these letters please say aclevrtised S B HOLMES Postmaster A POOR MILLIONAIRE Lately starved in London be cause he could not digest his KingsNewhim They strengthen the stomach aid digestion promote assimilation improve a ppeti teeprice satisfiedSold QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still has 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 seldom heard ofup pendicitis nervous prostration or AugustFlowerand stop fermentation of undi gested food regulate the action of the stimulate the nervous and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with head aches and other aQhes You only AugustFloweryou satisfied there is nothing seri ous the matter with you Got Greens Prize Almanac South Longmoor Co 42ly rl t rX roucKles famous t tId i Roastoftjy y ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY Dally Ex Sw oun Arbuckles roasted sold possible by enormous It should not be clasped with the inferior imitations sold at a a pound less than Arbttckles has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care skill When you buy Artiuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price LEXINGTON ASftHN RY LOCAL TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND Leave Lexington 225 pm 740u m 8IOpm825amL 8 E Tttnctiln 822 p m 887 n m 350 pm 918 amStanton 40apm 92Unm Natural Bridge 485 p m 954 a m it Torrent 4M9 p in 1003 n mI ml4rriveWEST BOUND No4 Lull Jackson 025 am 225 pmBoattyvllloJ JWlctIon720 am 820 p in 84111mIIStanton 823 a in 480pm city 887a m 430 pmL al E tio n 010 a m 503 pm I Winchester 923 am 630p m Arrive Lexington 1010 am 003 pm Nos JunotionMt Sterling and Ashland JB BARR Gonoral Manager OHAS SCOTT G P A T R S P A Best Route to St Paul and neapolis RyTheChicagodaily everythingThree daily from Chicago alao 900 a m daylight trains 1000 p m Fast Mail 1015 p m Night Ex For tickets rates and full information apply to your near est agent or address A F Cleve land Vine street Cincinnati Ohio The tcakes rolls and bread will be found at Lu ther F Violett stand Prompt attention given to all orders Phone 79 rlOtf loll t Jr The low price at which famous coffee can be is made its sale cent It and Min You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Daily Leave 485 Full information with each package Save the signatures r 5 StaIl Otter Cerk 1Dmto WHISKEYOP BOTTLED IN POND nEST Al njVERAOB IS THE ITS AS SACREDLY GUARANTEED AS THE COIN OF THE REALM SIGNATUREISIT WRITE E H TAYLOR JR SONS DISTILLERS FRANKFORT KY 5 SER IT IS SEe IT PLYOIITII ANn PITTSRURII COALS iI amreceiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump and Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is large und clean and they shall have my personal attention Hoge Coal nd Feed Company r W H 50QE Proprietor Telephone No7 JJ FEDITORS AND AUTHORS i A lively interest is being maui tested in the Congress of rA and Authors to be held in EditorsI S h nati in September j j oourtessy of the Fall FestivalI Association People D r enjoyed Ben Hur Etidorpha When Knighthood Was in Flower Redemption of David Ooorson A Dream of Empire i lVMy Friend from India They J that took the Sword and similar i1popular books will enjoy seeing tj ithe authors and such men as Henry Watterson Murat Halstead j and John A McLean who will be jffiJthere It will be a notable gathering t the first of representative Writers and editors of the section i t The people of the Ohio Valley l are proud of their writers and 2iI makers of newspapers and books f and enterprise of the Cincinnati rFall Festival Assooiation in bring Slug the affair about is to be very generally commended The Festival opens in the t Queen City September 16th and J continues two weeks Cuts and bruises are healed by Chamberlains Pain Balm in f about onethird the time any other treatment would require because lj of its antiseptic qualities which cause the pnrts to heal without maturation For sale by J W Qalye and South Longmoor LOSES FINE HORSE Messrs John Quinn and Henry Roy were driving Mike one of Mr Lymao S Grahams hand i some pair of dapple gray horses on their return trip from George town on Tuesday night when the horse was taken sick sup posedly from the heat near the residence of Mr A G Jeffers p three and half miles form town and in spIte of all that could be i done for him died The horse 1W a fine animal find Mr Gra 1am valued him at 150f l i toy5T THANKS We are in debt to Mr Chas G f Payneof Washington City for a rypcopy of the complete census re port for tb6 census of 1900 7LUStrin we are looking at you boyK READ P Thee ad of Master Commissioner rV H Posey in the cases of Far t mar v Moore and Moore v Moore jiu todays paper cl HEARTBURN When the quantity of food taken is too large 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 Let BIX hours elapse between meals and ft I 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 and South Longmoor Wishing Willow Fvrahire ud a Wicket Cktir wrkw1aks wei bew HUef he Mow akad leek Ilkev wi- Yw Cold Dirt Wukiag Powder id rarw WiW Usi a Wqabe when VM r kMMau Aa tact MIIH III tntbi follow ttllt SqTNt w SPAYa u tMta ItovVwfc f L f tM1t i V 3J fh PEAK SMILL V r Mr Ed Jones and family were in Owen county the first of the week visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Henry Church attended the Georgetown Carnival this week Mr Harry Sullivan and wife Sundaylastvan Mr Bake Bacon and wifevisi ted Mr and Mrs A Manford on Sunday last- Messsi Bob Church John Church and John Spencer W of the rubber tire attended the Georgetown fair this week Mrs Nank Sullivan is in Owen county visiting relatives r Mrs Lizzie Jacksona and sou Herbert attended the Georgetbwi Carnival this week There is a certain magnetism about Mr Lee Penn whichacts as a balm OIl certain pains wounds especially which call be attested to by a certain young lady We would advise her not to let Lee know his pow ers tou strongly or he may be in clined to extend his field and then what wouldthe poor doctor do There will be an ice cream cream supper at the Peaks Mill Church on Saturday night Aug 3d Every body is invited to this carnival of sweets Young men come and bring the young maids and dont forget the old maids Married mencome and bring your wives Bashful men and girls come and we will find a remedy youBro Taylor commenced his meeting at Oakland on Monday last Every body that can should go and give this young man a boostThe Misses Keigler Concannon and Graham of Louisville are in this section visiting relatives and friends We have been experiencing about the hottest weather known in this section There have been several prostrations from the heat and crops are actually burning up The Duckers special will arrive at Grassy Springs Church on Sun day the 28th inst at 11 oclock The following committee were appointed on Wednesday last to conduct the arrangement for the ice cream supper Messrs Zack Church Chas Jackson Dr W J Byrne Suter Stafford Alex Bacon Bake Bacon J Robert Church Chas Hockensmith John Scott John Spencer Lee Penn Mesdames Lizzie Jackson Hallie Church John Scott Alex Bacon Lula Bacon James Smith STILL A QORKER BY LAND AND SEAI 10 to Mackinac and Northern Michigan points On Wednesday August 14th the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Mackinac Petoskey Bay View and Charlevoix and return at 10 by way of Chicago ana the sumptuous steamer Manitou The steamer sails Thuursday morning August 15th at 11 oclock Tickets good returning 15 days Meals alacarte and berths from 1 to 2 according to location As party is limited to 150 early application should be made for accommodations Fur ther particulars furnished on application to E H Bacon Dis trict Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky I IfoiisworkisharfwoA withontCotdDustl dryW1wwlklyxtacis uiifit IETTER of INQUIRY United Status Military Academy West Point Now York July 17 1501 Editor Roundabout Frankfort Ky Dear SirWill you kindly publish in your paper a short no tice to the effect that Captain W 0 Rivers West Point N Y is desirous of finding the address of Prof William T Martin who graduated at the United States Military Academy in 1837 and who before the war was a Profes sor at the Western Militar Insti tute at Georgetown and at the Kentucky Military Institute Frankfort I will tharik you very much I am Yours sincerely W C RIVERS Captain 11th Cavalry Secy of A sea 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 Hemorrhage Pleurisy and Bronchitis thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds Asthma Croup Hay Fever Hoarseness and Whooping Cough it is the quickest surest cure in the world It is sold by JVGayle who guarantees satisfac tion or refund money Large bottles 50o and 1N Trial bottles free HANDSOME CATALOGUE We are in receipt of a number of copies of the catalogue of the Elks Horse Show Fair and Car nival at Lexington which will be held for a week beginning Mon day August 12th and continuing until Saturday August 17th in clusive It is a handsomme dop ument and promises great and unrivaled attractions The Lex ington people generally come up to all they promise in that line We will gladly furnish any one wishing it a copy of this catalogue Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat5 The Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Henderson Routeis relaying its entire road with new heavy steel rails which is bound to make it still more popular with the public Few roads if any in this section have done the extensive advertis ing that has been done by th Henderson Route and from all reports they are reaping the benefit that is sure to follow judicious advertising Mr L J Irwin the general passenger agent his done a great deal to make e bis road popular and the enforced additionalequipment and new heavy rail attest the success with which he is meeting DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but want something that will relieve and cure the most severe and dangerous results of throat and lun troubles h hat shall you db Go to a warmer and more regula- climate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civil ized countries with success in severest throat 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December 1900 nV 120886 84 January 1901 Y 126417 70 February 1901 181728 68 MnrohlOOl 18062205 April 1901 140707 06 ifJ0r J iJrJnoA Cashier McKee OMOe byJ I am indebted to One Minute tj W1ealtbin vain by doctors for sung r oOnecovered my health Mr EH i wLongmoor The most delicious soda iii water ice ice 1Janbe found at the confection ery of Luther F Violett at re Todcls old stand Call andIgive him a trial 40tf THE CORRECT POPULATION INr p Located along the line of the Chicago North Western Rail 1uecissuedmay be obtained by sending stamp to W B Kniskern 22 frf Fifth Ave Chicago Vi t t THROUGH SLEEPING CARI SERVICE LOUISVILLE TOtiJACKSONVILLE y jH Via Southern Railway Louisville 745 am daily leave ILexington 1050 a m arrive v Chattanooga 550 p m arrive Atlanta 1025 p m arrive Jack iv4 sonville 880 a m Equally ashgood schedule returning Also train leaving Louisville 745 p mo has through connections and sleeping car service arriving lack 4Southern tIschedule between Louisvilleand i IrirSuperior Floridad V sale to principal resorts of Florida k and the Southern States also to Havana Nassau and Porto Rlcotjftvia Southern Railway i Information 280 ilLouisville A Whedon Passenger Vj t gV A TURK HPtWashington oA G P A t Louisville Ky t jyet A bad complexion generally rews suits from inactive liver andfVv a In allsuob oases Dec iidWitts Little Early Risers pro I duce gratifying results South tLongmoor Go North and South J Side r y FOR SALE Celery plants White Plume and Boston Market Very fine 60 cents per 100125 per 500 H P HILLENMEYER 487t Lexington Ky