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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fTHE FRANKFORT ROUNDAB UTI 1 jGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance 4111I t P VOL XXIV FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY AUGUST 10 I90f NO 48 It tIJ DANGEROUS FiRm AND NAn iW1 t ROW ESCAPE r On Wednesday afternoon about t 11f riuzy ociucjs Mr Henry l JUIIKI It1J6Y cashier of the National Branch ff fB nicwas on board his yacht The Emily and was arranging to r P ttake n party of young ladies arid J i gentlemen up the river when hy y come unknown means the gaso t line in a pipe connected with the engine exploded throwing the in flaKHnbe fluid all v rlIr1Jind soy and igniting at the ell me time Cv By great presence of fmintl Mr r1io LiIT seyvarned the parr a 1of J young people who were h the c boatahotiB to escape to the shore- if and he himself dived into the j river thus extinguishing the yrPlaines on his clothing He swam irte a snag on the north aide of the Jferiver where he was taken up by FallsIrTuVVJ t who as soon no he saw Mr Lindseys danger went to hisres koue in the steamers yawl and helped him on board Owing to the extra heavy clothing Mr Lindsey bad on and his shoes also he was completely exhausted and cameVery near drown lug X We are glad to say that Mr f t L5ndsey was only slightly burned 1r about the lips which was a very t 1i narrow call for him as his cloth t injg was in full blaze when he leaped into the water i The handsome little yacht to f 7gether with the boat house were to the waters edge not- withstandingp the hard work of the pjflre boys who were summoned by ftelephone but not until the fire 4had gamed good headway Mr Lindsey could easily have Ipi gained the hank on the South Side but he feared that the star l linage tanks of the gasoline which were full of oil might explode 1 The fire made a very ugly one vsand attracted a great crowd of people The loss on the yacht and boat- houseI was not leas than i200 I and it may be moret with no in jurancejJ Miss Katherine Lindsey her two cousins Misses Marie and Bessie Lindsey Miss June Starling and Mr Mack Blayney oath posed the party of yoking pubple and they were lucky enough to be near the steps leading up from escnpedIIt TAKES ANOTHER PRIZE s TLrJiVEdelen has taken another prize amateur photographic work I h The prize was given by the New I York Mail and Express and was for a view taken at what is called and known as Pinnacle Pout ton Main Elkhoun near the spots famous by the Oook tragedy in tho effort of the Indians to ext teiminate the whites of this l county It is a beautiful view congratulationsfV I f TO MARRY AGAIN 1 Fwhial announcement is made of the approaching marriage of it Hon J 0 S Blackburn and Mrs- f Miry F Blackburn of Martins buts W Va Mrs Blackburn is Jtb widow of a cousin of Senator Blackburn The affair has been r iI mentioned before but was denied i4 bytrio parties In inierest l ANOTHER FRANKFORT BOYS SUCCESS We notice in the Lexington Herald tof JTijly 28nri account of the phenominal success of the American Life Insurance CofthatvoityVof which Mr J A Edge a former Frankfort boy is one of the chief promoters Thin com jjany issues mall pol icies to those of moderate means calling for small weekly payments tied thus afordingintiiiy a ohlance to lay up funds for the future who could not obtain cfti insurance in the large companies r ft Wo are glad to note the fact that this former Frankfort boy is making a success of everything he has undertaken in his new home of especially as it in in the line IJASTARDLY One of the most dastardly out rages ever committed in this county was perpetrated upon Mr Russell Green on Sunday night near Switzer It seems that Mr Green runs a grocery store at Peaks Mill and had gone to visitII his father who lives miles from Switzer and had started to walk back to his home Sunday night about 7 oclock when he was assaulted by two men who struck linla fearful blow on the left side of his neck felling him to the ground and pro ducing partial paralysis The robbers then rifled his pock ets of some 160 in bills and de camped leaving their victim to die as they supposed However passersby discovered the man and helped him back to his fathers home On Monday morning two men were arrested and lodged in jail charged with the orime They gave their names as Ed Barbour and Rubt Owens At the hour we write the young Green has become partially con scions and it is hoped he may re cover consciousness entirelyso as to give information as to the per petrators of the crime Tile physicians have very grave doubts as to the outcome of the assault jFOR SALE CeieryplaritsJ White Plumeahd Boston Market Very fine 50 cents per 100 125 per 500 H F HILLENMEYER 487t Lexington Ky A GROWING INDUSTRYI The lead mines now being worked by the Cincinnati Mining Co near Switzer are coming up into an important industry The work so far dono has developed a very valuable and extensive vein of lead having a very considerable quantity of silver and zinc in the oreIn so much has it developed that the F C railroad is hav ing a switch built from a point two miles east of Switzer Station near Taoketts grove to the mines for facility in shipping The company proposes to build a large smelter as soon as possible Heres luck to the enterprise In cases of cough or oroup give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will lie alright in a little while It never fails Pleasant to take always safe and sure and almost instan taneous in effect South Long moor Go and W MoKee rdie la TREMENDOUS ROBBERY f The Selby Smelting I Works located some thirty miles from Sari Francisco Caton thebay was robbed of 840000 in gold bullion on Monday night The robbers tunnelled mnder the steel strong room and then cut through the steel bottonV Affrha the vork vas easy In lr to getaway with their boat load of 011gold400 feet long and reached nearly to the waters edge CUT HIS FOOT Mr S W Goin of the Millville neighborhood was so unfortunate as to out his foot very badly last weekwhile chopping wood at his home Mr Goin was born andj raised in thip city and his friends there regret to learn of his mis fortune HAPPY RIDGE Several slight slfowers but no rain to amount to much The most successful meeting atjbyRevMr Vester Mitchell and Miss- Eva Penn as usual were out driving Sunday The hearts of the people of Har vielaud were made glad on learn ing that their former teacher Miss Agnes Brawnerbad accepted the position as teacher for Har vieland school Yesterday she begun with a large enrollment They are having a good meeting at Antioch eacfi evening There has been spme one to be baptized It looked as though meeting was to be held at Mr Charley Braw ners last Sunday judging from the number of buggies hitched at the fence Upon inquiry it was found that the rubber tire belonged to Mr Willhite of Pleas ureville an ardent admirer of Miss Lizzies We could easily buggiesbelonged Miss Prudence Brawnerof Frank fort and Miss Minnie Brawner of Pleasureville were the charming guests of their cousins Misses Oma and Alice Baxter who have been visiting Mr Ben Brawners family have returned to their home at Midway Mrs Miller is a very sick woman and her friends are very anxious about her condition We are glad to see Mr Eddings Pulliam out again and hope he will soon be entirely well Miss Laura Hall of Bridgeport attended church at Antiooh Sun day night Miss Annie please introduce ifs to your charming visitor the next time she is in our midst We stood around but you did not give us the pleasure of meeting her or even learning her name Mr Terrell Mitchell and wife spent Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Ellen Moore withI It looked like olden times Willie Ohinns horse hitched seBI Stoney Creek one nght last We are wondering if Miss Lizzie has made up with him Guess not as he was seen with another girl on Sunday Why is it that Mr Babe Sul livan has been wearing such a smile for the last week School opened fat Honeysuckle last Monday a large attend once Teacher Miss Lizzie Braw nor Miss Jonnie Onan was the guest of Misses Nellie and Flossie Phillips Sunday PAPAS ONLY CHILD PAINFUL ACCIDENT While a lad by the name of George Gilpin was fooling with a 22caliber1 pistol on Monday on- t e West Side it was accidentally discharged and the wad entered his loft hand betweenrthe two last producing a painful around The Cartridge wits tIblttnlor more serious damage would have resulted vr AWFUL DEATH Prof Geo W Ranck the cele brated Writer and historian of Lexington was killed by a train onthe K C branch of the L N near Lexington on Friday Prof Ranck was walking on theI track holding an umbrella over him when a train came around curve The engineer whistled several times and put on the air brakes but Prof Rauck failed to hear and was struck and instantly killed every bone in his body being broken CONTRACT LET Mr H Clay Wilson has let the contract for his cozy home to be erected on the lot recently pur Soottisr seven rooms with all tho modern conveniences such as water gas etc It is to be two stories high and of frame The contract price for the work is 2580 which together with mantels gas fixtures plumb ing etc will make the total about 8000 The lot cost 2000 Mr W L Graham has the contract for the building LOST GOOD HORSE- We regret to learn that Col Chas Newton Manager of the Western Union Telegraph Co in this city had the misfortune to have his buggy horse die on Wed nesday last This is the third horse the Colonel has lost in the same way in the last eighteen months UP THE RIVER SUNDAY IThe steamer Falls City will run an excursion to Lpok No5on Sunday afternoon August 11th She will leave this port at 2 oclock sharp and returning will reach home by 0 oclock p m in time for service in the churches Sunday night The fare for the round trip will be only 50 cents 0 0 Buck Arksoys I was troubled with constipation until EnllyRisursentirely curedof my old corn plaint I recommend them VIMoKee Hardie ASTONISHED THE EDITOR Editor A Brown of Bennetts jvillo S 0 was once immensely surprised Through long suffer ing from dyspepsia he writes C my wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and after using four bottles she anythingIts forIloss appetite stomach and liver troubles its a positive guaranteed cure Only 50 cents atJ W Gayle s I 1 Aflow Of Elo Quen Ce + Is indispcneiblc if one wishes to fairly desoribe tho superiority of this store as a trading place It i takes strong words and lots of them to convey an idea of what we have for them but a visit to the store will make words unnecessary We are anxious to have all summer goods out of the honso as soon as possible We need the room We have a beautiful assortment of Lawns Dimities Batistes etc which we will sell you at COST What we say we mean We areas s good as our word Everything guaranteed to be just as wo represent it C Kagin RBro 41 St Clair Street LAST DAY FOR FILING RECORDS All those who have records to file in the Court of Appeals which they wish docketed for the Sep tember term of that court should remember that Tuesday August 27 is the last day for presenting their records Those interested f should take due notice and govern 3 themselves accordingly COUNTY COURT DAY Monday last was County Court Day and there was the best crowd in town that has attended court here for several months There was very little stock onr the market only a few yearling heifers a few good mules some plug horses and one or two of good quality Business generally in that line was very slack The day was cloudy and cool and a drizzling rain set in during the afternoon THE FUNKINO IMPERIAL JAP ANESE TROUPE V The greatest aggregation of ac rebate balancers tumblers etc that ever left its native soil This will be one of the free attractions at the Lexington HorseShow Fair and Carnival August 1217 Their performance consists of twenty different specialties and concludes with a sensational qlicfe for life act positively the only one of its kind now before the public i i i 7 t Selling QLIiItd To QtiitL BtiriessjK MY ENTIRE STOCK OF jI 1N CLOTHING DRY GOODS SHOES HATS CAPS all FURNISHING GOODS To be Sold at a Sacrifice Sale continues until everything is sold Dont miss this great opportunity Come while stock is complete Iu will you to buy Jf your supply now as you will never have another opportunity like thisWe quote no prices so come and see for yourself and be convinced All Fixtures I 7 for sale at the very lowest price Also a nice line of Carpets Mattings andOil Cloths I Tyijl sell at a sacrifice Prices no object Come look ad get prices v x il t F1EUEW jcic 4 r l rJI 1j I a204St Clair Street Frankfort Cy t F l f PERSONAL t Miss Oma Baxter of Midway spent Sunday bore Mr Howell Scott returned Satur day from Pittsburg Penn Mr B Wade aivB wife have gone to Louisville to reside Mr H P Money of Lpuisville f f was in the city on Tuesday rr Mr Randolph Sublet of Ver seines spent Sunday in this city I Dr Thos P Grant of Louisville was a visitor herethis week r Mr John C Herndon of Louis vine was here on Wednesday Mr R W returned Mini buslnessfrlpt WMr John A Brislan left Tuesday ie N Y Mr Sam Miles returned Monday from a long business trip Mr John T flay is itt bra b Orchard Spifngs ttJudge Ira Julian has gone to Virginia for a months visit ltlngifrJendMr Ed W HlnesllilAgoneto th6 seashore on annual vacation to be gone a month Mr James Tribble of Richmond vas the guest of Judge Al R Burt nam and family this week daughterMtssseashore Mr Chas W Nold of the Geo G Fetter Co of Louisville was a vistor here on Tuesday Deputy Collector Sam D Willis of Lexington was in the city Wednesday Misses Bertha B and Ella BY Hill ofPaducah are guests of Mrs W S B Hill street this week Mr Albert H McClure wife an visited relativesInHarrodsburg this week ChicagoIvr Scott on Wednesday Rev L R Savage wife and daughter returned Monday from trip to and O Hon John S Rhea of Russell Tulle was in the oily on Wednesday last Mr Geo A Lewis of this tmade n business trip to Eastern t this week Mr Chas OReynolds of Lexington visited his sister Mrs IcOllI at Glen Willis on Sunday Mrs I T West rpturned Friday from a visit to her daughter Mrs r B M Bergman at Irvine Miss Katie McCarty of Chicago Ills is visiting Miss Scott this city Mrs Same Crockett returned Sarturday from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Hawesville Mr Russell Baker of this office spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of relatives Dr E H Black returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Fayette county Mrs Lucy Farmer of Farmdale 4 spent this week as thq guest of her son Mr W S Farmerr Mr Jno W Reading of Louis wjulel was in the city for u or 4two this week visiting firends t Miss Nora Miller of this officer visited friends in Lexington on pundayI flI Ir E L Samuel and wife have one to Atlantic City N J and tamtord Conu tt t Van Derveer is the uea1o rlyor daughter Mrs John Milam childr1t 4thisweek t Miss Dudley has gone to Wequetousing Mlohon an ox i i ij 1endcd visit4AiJX it t J qet 1 rIsfamily dalighterfrom a visit to Cincinnati ohfIdrenhavacation Misses and Dolly Banahan of Lexington who have been the guests of Miss Nellie Murphy have returned home Mrs Clara McPherson of Louis ofUrsareturned home Mr Harry Reynolds of George town who has been visiting firendp and relatives here for the pas week returned home Monday Mrs Jas H D oEwan and child inShelbyhome Mrs M B Adams and sons Mar shall and Chas D left Saturda KMarshallaod chilironcnlledhonle MtSterllngSaturday and made us a pleasan- call toLawrenceburgdangerous illness of her father Mr Ephraim Lillard DarrettMrs tritoMrs Geo A Lewis and Belle Giltner are visiting thei sister Mrs NM Crutoher at Duckers Mr Russell Penn who has been visiting his grandmother near tsMrs D B Walcutt and children who have been at Torrent for sey Thursday waaa illness of her father Mr E Lil lard returned homo on Thursday Miss Cede Lewis of Owensboro who has been the guest of her cousins Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis at Woodlake returned home on Thursday Mrs Hannah Currans of Mays ville who has been visiting Dr W C Cumins her son for several weeks returned home on Wedues day Mr Jan Andrew Scott and Mr JaB H Polsgrove loft Tuesday fa Grayson Springs where the County lueetingMiss Mary C Cromwell who ba been the guest of her cousin Mrs Geo A Lewis for several weeks returned to her home in Fayette county on Tuesday Mrs Mary L Blakemore of Huntington W Va came here on Sunday on her way to Lawrence ofherDVkuHnzeIrJggleft for the Cumberland river on a fishing trip returning on Wednesday night Mr Brown Taylor of the Ken tacky Distilleries and Warehouse hisfatherForks of Elkhorn returned bionda morning brotherGeorge wherfe Morris and attend the PanAmeri can Mr W T Reading and wife Miss VReadingc left Wednesday for Buffalo New Yorkto visit the PaiiAmerioanEx position d J Mr JAndrew sailles was here yesterdayI visitingMIMisse Bornioe and Mary Scottow WoodHouse PFurrowspent the evening of Thursday in Versailles Master Alex T Lewis attended an entertainment given to theyounger set by Miss Agnes McKee StationfMr Thaddeus Smith and daugh RussellWardropor spenttJohn E Miles and family OlnudeBowleswent up the river the dayscampLittle Benson BUYS LOT FOR HOME The Frankfort Lodgo NO 530 B P O Elks have purchased the beautiful lot of the Farmers Bank fronting on Lewis street 40 feet handtputlIt will bo a handsome addition to that section of the city AFTER 60 YEAR On Thursday last Mr Whitfield West and Miss Sarah Roberts were lasingrwere in the city that day as happy as cooing doves What most people want is some mild and gentle when in of o physio Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a dotXhey ore easy to take and pleasant in effect FJI sale by J W Gayle and South Lougmoor BIG CROWD YoungLadiesBaptist Church of this city on Thursday was n big success The good steamer Falls OJty was crowded to the utmost limit the government regulations would permit There werp some 25 or 80 persons who reached the landing andrCitylDu usuallysmUs- cles and may be cured a few applications of Cuamberloins For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor DfBPlBKiiia5iei 113 St Clair St Ost8oDatnic PDgsiclaU LADY ASSISTANT FurrowYGraduates from KlrksvllJe lv o under DrA T Still Office Hours 9 to 12 a m 2 to 5 p m Phones Orfl eILocal 183 East Tennessee 146 Residency Loonl E04 East Tanpeueo128f r48tfi t CASH We give rebate checks on all cash purchases thereby allow ing you 4 per cent and making you a partner in our business Why not buy from us Oar prices are the lowest and goods of the best quality and we carry everything to be found in a first t class Hardware Store STACC BACON r MASONIC TEMPLE FRANKrOI Yfi Mrs J F Lewis J 453 Niagara Street Buffalo N Y Agent fork TI4ir Attractive Home SHELDONl L For prtAme Visitors Room Rates Reasonable Meals alacarte Direct car line to Exposition Grounds Niagara Falls v Write for Particulars to Mrs JF Lewis 64 AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPAy4fi 1 Incorpocatql CAPITAL STOCK d 5 200000 RESERVE SURPLUS a mtOO t Ir4 AMOUNT PAID COUPONJ 21101X t Address all cocresEondencetw1HOME OFF1va 1 LEXINGTON ZJ JIf i4jr iGOOD TERMS TO FIRST CL- ASHJ71 HGBWWH ii f tth Jer1iWf ti II August 12 13 141516and 17 1901i3OOOO PREMIUMS G7lDrrINot t JGRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WE DAUG14 j IoOK ANa lIBTE S ART 1 150000I G IGANTIC A MUSEMENT TRACTION INCLUDING MOST iE MALLI ILL WRITC CATALi s AND THE 3OOOO I l UDlE sasoooo If tJrB sUE I TUJIt r IZZLINQ I ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever ENTERTAINMENT OFMANKMI J EXCURSION RATLONALLRAILIIOADL Ion ILLUaTftATED ENbous vlMtffH1hi ALL TICULAJI E WMHANKLIN1avy rr LEXINGTON KY t I i reat t fRIBB Nr 8aIe J c l rtr r 1000 girds 5 7 9 all Silk Taffeta Ribbon at 5 cents f 1 i tj 1200 yds Fancy Striped Ribbons 3 12 inches wide at 10 cents r IJf850 Ards all Silk Taffeta Ribbons 31 2edt15 centsi J t J 50 ydsall SIlk Dresden RIbbons 3 inches wide at 15 cents yrvtl tif 50 y sanS k Dresden and Striped Ribbons 4 inches wide at 19 cei lII f1 f 1 t+ 1 l t This is the biggest bargain sale of the season I av U j 1n 1 d JL L 4 ft J I ft r sLry D4 YtXFIITBOIT Go If pM w t r v1 rr ep1ti fr viwiIti aLS FrM ieni = t1 r The White Front Store 311 Main Street L4f ejJ 1 Iffi t VV i j QOIDE TU4 t While the steamer Falls City was t on ber way up tho river on Thursday with the C lq excursion party Jonboard vhen shd was passing sunder thee fyry QbJ at Shryoohs JIl Perry it was found that the Jr C cable v s too for steamers tihlmueysVto base underOne of a rt chimneys iwasT knocked down and as it fell it crushed in npar 1ofJhe pilot house sittintg e f down on the f1 or but not before he ecEivedh slight out on the earl was bruised up and had a r- btfbrokenMr J D Parker of Farmdale received a severe out on the head f 1 which made himClu1te sick for a time y edItnicely as ooiild be expected J1S There was a tremendous crowd I on board and the only wonder is that more people werebot injured peoplisdenied admission here and at way J 1i landings on the way Up The lowering of the cablejwaga 1 piece pf r inexcusable carleessness i that ought to bo looked intot f j GOOD NEWS IV We aro glad to see the L N JR JtOo have reduced the rates coal from the Jellico Mines to onI 10local stations on their Bratjoh ftlul Short Line To some station theV reduction is 40 cents per ton This will prove a blessing roadr No cue needs to be told to try to cure a couch But any tone will be glad to be told of a means of cure which will riV4Vbe tkorouhanllasting Dr Pierces 1 is a medi ciae which can be confidently relied OIl to cure diseases of the of respiration It cures obstinate deep eated cougfci bronchitis and bleeding of the lungs It cures when nothing physicianrsfl ca is alcohol in Golden Med teal Discovery and it is absolutely free front opium cocaine and all other nar lVVV cotic The dealer tempted by the little pore VVproiit by less meritorious medicines sometimes and sell a substitute- t when the Discovery is asked for No f substitute medicine will satisfy the sick like Golden Medical Discovery It always helps It almost always cures Two yearn ago a severe cough started on me 11 wrlteitlteat Discovery After taking eight bottles of attheam a well man lean thank Dr Pierce for Itt health and will recommend hit medicines any one suffering from the tame trouble contjW 1f t t JtUNAWAYANJISVfASH UP When the fire department wns responding to the alnrtnon Wednesday afternoon a horse attached to a surrey which was standing unhitched in front of Dr H P Buckmasters office became frightened cad dashed across the street JtA Parker breaking off the left hind wheel knocking the horse down laud running over him The frightened animal was finally cap tured A Dudley Blanton has opened a branch office in J A Parkers store at tile corner of Main St Clair streets Leave your orders theyItion Also another branch of flue at Geo C Shaws feed stole 48lt BIRTHS CHAPMAN In this city on yesterday morning to Mr Walter G Chapman and wifertt daughter CARD OF THANKS The Youpg Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist Churoh desire to return their thanks to all those who assisted in making their ex ourslon to High Bridge on Thurs lay a splendid success They also express their acknowledgment of the great courtesy and kindness of Capt Abrams Capt Preston and Clerk McDermott They are glad to say that the affair was a fluan clal and social success MISS LENA KIBTLEY President QUESTION ANSWERED Yes August Flower still has the sale of any medicine intle civilized world Your mothers and grandmothers never thought of using anything else for indigestion or bilUousnoBS Doctors were scarce and seldom heard of ap pendicitis nervous prostration or 4ugustFlowerand stop fermentation of undi gested food regulate the action of the liver stimulate the nervous and organic action fthe System and is all they toqk when feeling dull and bad with head aches 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 youOpt Greens Prize Almanac S th Longmoor Co 421y Low Rates To Louisville Via Queen Crescent Route Account Kii his pColiclYo August 273O Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars W 0 Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio I l PAlR FLORA If Queen of the Flower Kingdom to open O ti Fall Festival in September What combination of the material and spiritual is more effective these days than flowers and feminine loveliuHSS With hosts of beautiful children for a setting the opening Pageant of the Queen Citys Second Fall Festival promises a picture royal Miles of gorgeously decorated vehicles automobiles tallyhos landaus victorias stanhopes filled with lovely women and chil dren the whole to conclude with a special program in great Music Hall the Odeon Washington Park etc The opening day Monday Sep tember 16th is to be called Cbil drens Day The trovelingmen are taking an extraordinary interest in the Festival Contracts amounting to 600000 have already been let for the work on their feature of the Flower Pageant This amount was raised entirely through their efforts and without the least trouble Their division will be one of the greatest bits of spectac ular display ever seenvi The Devils Hollow Mills Grind and Crush Corn Wheat Rye sad Oats Custom Grinding Every Saturday c E Armstrong Prop 4811 If the actions of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final leeult De Witts Little Earl r dangerSofeSouth Longmoor Co and W MoKee Hardie Cheap Rates io New YorK wlathe- Chesapeake and Ohio Ry On August 8d to 7th incjusive and August 24th to the 28th inclusive the Merchants Association rates of one and onethird fare on the certificate plan will be in ef feat on the 0 0 The round- trip rate on this basis from Lox ington and Winchester will be 2460 and tickets will be good to stop over at Washington Balti more and Philadelphia and good returning thirty days from date of saleThe 0 0 is the only line dailySleeperNew York and Eastern points auyinformationdesued GEO W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent Lexing ton Ky- Eruptions cuts burns scalds quioklyhaaledSalve Certain cure for piles Beware of counterfeits Be sure you get the original DeWitts South Ltongmoor Co and WdMcKee Hardie Pleasant to take Trtds MuL Laxativefer Syrup A r INATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION J Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are the best medicines for Cons ipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines- 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 symptows Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better tpu- any other you have tried 4 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 Blpod Balm B B B If your bloodis tainted produc ing eruptions aching bones and joints ulcers falling hair mucous patches sore mouth and throat scabs or scales per sistent pimples eating sores swellings sore lip dry sore dull aching lancing shooting pains then you have blood poison or the beginnings of deadly cancer Dont experiment but take Botanic Blood Balm B B B made malignanl t above and itching scabby ec zema carbuncles scrofula rheu matism cancer blood humors etc Heals every sore and stops all ashes and pains Try it Costs but 1at druggists Treatment sent free by writing to Dr Gil lam 200 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Med lame 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 foiled Botanic Blood Balm B B B gives life vigor and strength to the blood making it pure and rioh411Y DOYOUWANTjTo of goods Do want to or exchange fot kind of pro Write me with all the articular 681 map bo able to h Ad ress J M N Charleston W vs BoX Dec JWjr r I o A m TO OR x Air Bears the nine glints t BETWEEN dr Louisville AND Chicago CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST J UNION STATION LOUISVILLE eCHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeptr fNarejuatan4rermifuge ahorsecents per package 1 an4LeCo f r j i I D G Grutclner GoU Below we quote you closing prices on Summer Clothing for Men Youths and Children Mens and Ladies Tan Shoes 8 Straw Hats II I Mens Sulks I 0 Ii 1800 ones 12O 1500 ones r l6bjo- 1250 ones ot t r 9001 1000 ones 750 750 ones 500z2L i ItI Mens rants W 500 ones 385 400 ones 300- r i 350 ones 275 300 ones 250 t 250 ones 200 200 ones 150 11 150 ones 100 i r THE ABOVE AIDE STILL DOING t B c cmrrcMER CO FRANKFORT9 KENTUCKY pmlfilllll m 1JUIIII Iilml l1mnuIlli k TfieFranfcfortnOunilaiiOu j Entered at the posto ice at Frankfort Kent tucks as second class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub AUGUST 10 1901 DEATH OF THE DOWAGER t EMPRESS FREDERICK Ia The Dowager Empress of Ger k many mother of William II and the oldest child of the late Queen k Victoria of Englund died sud Shefsome the end was not looked for so I She was a woman of fine character very much such as her elamented mother possessed IFTHEN THE IVOULD DAWN l i 1The startling Ja rmode that all the candidates for- r office in the county of Laurel have jbound themselves in writing not to use money whisky or anyother form of bribery in the race for office i If this practice should become general in Kentucky and cially in this neck of woods tl1eI millenium would dawn in a hurry Alasl that it should not be the case always and every where i BOUND TO BE ON TIME The Catlettsburg Band at taohed to the Second Regiment pf State Guards were determined to be on time in reaching the camp at Owensboro so they passed a through this city on Sunday morn ing en route to that place t Y M i PICNIC Ii Another of those very enjoyable ii pinnies will be given bythe Y M I at Cove Spring Park on Wed nesday August 21 Every body who has intended these picnics in the past has been delighted with them and this oc casion will prove no exception to ithe general ruleI ZNOsiI FL ESH In summer can be prevented Emulsionrr by taking I In winter If you are weak or run down Ifwlll build you up Send for freesample SCOTT BOWNE 40945 Pearl Street New York 500 and zoo nil druggists f Yr STRAW HATS l 300 ones 175 tOtp r J 250 ones U50 r 150 ones lRj 100f 100 75c FIGURES TALKING FRANKFORT fsoon MILLENIUM announcement ones THE IDEAL EDITOR You hear talk of the ideal newspaper It is says an exchange like the flower that never withers the bird that nevor alights the land where sunlight never fadesit only exists in the imagination of the sucker whom we are told the elements consume Writing from the of a country editor if you have ever beeivin his shoes you know he is a repository of the secrets of the community none of which he has ever divulged He must publish a paper chuck full of local news whether anything happens or not His judicial mind must be far superior to the district judge and give him pointers in instructing the jury He must discourse with equal fluency upon the silver ques tion and Farmer Jones calf China painting and PolandChina pigs preserved peaches and perse verance of the saints foreign wars and local strikes justification by faith and justification by type the doctrine of election the election returns the doing of the last synod and the details of prize fights The receipts of church so cials and the facts of a squabble in the town council must be equally familiar to the versatile mind With all this he must wait on the delinquent subscribers dif oount the bill of the patent med icine fakes stand off his wash payIorluotcity administration how to run the city and be content with 20 a year when it 250 never ask for any honors but Ijelp others get them boom the local statesman who owes him three years subscription in short be all things to all men make no mistake in dates take the cussing of the commuuity and never cuss baok This is the ideal editor and his paper a daisy We never saw one did you WHATA TALE IT TELLS If that mirror of yours shows a wretched sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skin its liver troublo but Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver purify the blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich complexion Only 25 cents at J W Gayles TO SAVE HER CHILD IFrom frightful disfigurement Galleger of La- Grange Gn applied Bucklens Arnica Salve to great sores on her head and facel and writes its quick cure exceeded all her hopes It works wonders in sores bruises akin outs burns scalds and piles Cure guaranteed by J W Gayle K The what c- atCASfORIA 10 Boys Suits IJit J r 500 one 385 ones 275- r 52 50 ones 175 150 ones 100 SHOES J 500 uptodate Tan Shoes 350 uptodate Shoes 250 uphto elate Tan Shoes 225NSome Tan Shoes a little off in style 250 r J OUR 4tdIIirii ofQood H offeeBegins in the between the 200 400 Tan 500 and coffee pot the flavor may quality spoiled by inexperience or un scrupulous methods From Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful same thought cleanliness that you would give any article of 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 ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee- S much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles1 Roasted Coffee there la a lUt of articles With each package In which the List Is found the purchaser has bought a part or lame article to be eleclod by him or her from the Lst subject only to the condition that the Big nature on the package Is to bo cut out and returned to our Dept You should see this List Address all communications ta ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Di0eLts you For Infants and Children The Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears the- Sigpatur of f 350 200 growing Anywhere plantation changed carelessness S H Jphnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup and the doctors said she couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by Minute Oough cure South Longmoor Go and W MoKee Hardie Dont forget the trip to High Bridge on the Falls City Thurs August 8 Only 50 round trip JI 4QO ones 3co SvOOones 250 ones 150 rnrrnlImImllll standpoint eruptions the be the the time the care the for food for definite Notion Mrs One day cents toBuffaloCrescent Route uABryantavilloInd tinbothhelphimimitation South Longtnoor Co and W McKee Hardie J rW V 7tW i I Are Real lii Summer Goods Now Is Just The Time To Buy l WASH WAISTS r f L 400 Waists for 300 1f7f ti 300 Waists for 200Ir lr Y 200 Waists for 150- t I 1r t 150 Waists for 100 i 100 Waists for 75 1J j ii 50 Waists for 40 t I t Standard r Patterns for August Just Received InlUnd Get a Fashion Sheet I tf J tb JI a tt ggri ss4 JOV ORITTENDEN AT THE i DEDICATION OF THE STATE MONUMENT BY DR JOHNO SCOTT SHERMAN TEXAS V Jt was a long to be remembered day in Frankfort when Mr Crit tt ten ten made his celebrated speech at the dedication of the mouu anent to the heroic dead of Ken tuuky The pride and chivalry of A the State were there in the air k oumstance and Tpomp of grand t parade Gay tinselled banners end gaudy decorations floated from every house top wreathes of v beautiful flowers nnd festoons of dillies and roses decked every arch way from the capital to cemetery A score of bauds from the v neighboring towns filled the air with martial airs and soulstirring music The winding notes of the clarion bugle resounded from Ztop to hill top The shrill hillI V tOf the fife and the beat of v Scuttle drum was heard from tostreet All hearts were throb- Bing with emotions s It v was a gala day in Frankfort then as when Moses led the Mighty xeoited his immortal poem The ft Bivouac of the Dead which goes f ringing down the corridors of time wreathed with a garland of ahiuiug glory Mr made his memorial speech Said he pointing to the monu mpnts we arA proud to behol- i v that marble shaft like a huge If giant rearing its towecng form h among the sunlit clouds and inJ t v imperiAl grandeur casting its 3ol6ssal shadow on the waves of the purling stream tha haves its base telling green vat leys find giant hills of the daunt- lessy bravery jf MoKee Clay Har- I 7 din and other Kentucky heroes iivho are shrouded in a pall of daz sling glory and dwelt on fames eternal camping ground Mr Crittenden recited tithe heroic acts of the Kentuokians crowned with ohaplets of un fading glory fell in the crimson tide of the battle tempest on H y Buena Vistas blood stained field y all hearts were supremely exalted f With highly wrought patriotic I emotions All seemed chained to the speaker in loving tenderness by golden links of admiration as the sweet toned words fell fromi7 bis eloquent as one gifted with the of angels His re1 istless eloquence was so charm iiiiyg sublime so Godlike that the skies above seemed afire with the flaming glory and all the heavens Resounded with sym phonious lays of harmonious music like thousands of melo Jfdipus harps attuned by angel A MONKEY BALLOONIST One of the most interesting and novel attractions out this year is h8 Monkey Balloonist Using the ordinary balloon the monkey j ioehdi to the height of from 1000 to 1200 foot and makes aI ionsatioual parachute leap for mother earth This uptodate feature is one of the free attrno bone at the Lexington Horse t Show Fair aid Carnival August d i 1217 J 1 t tIt J J tr Lawns and all sumiiier goods at greatly reduced i White aiid Black Lawns just received Very stylishi FJeeI 11 IN S FARMER rungi pricesNew IATTENTION Those who contemplate visiting the PanAmerican at Buffalo N addvertisement of Mrs J F and then to correspond with her in reference to the matter Every body in this city knows Mrs Lewis and that any arrangements made will be serried out to the letter FALL FESTIVAL SOUVENIR r CARPS People living in suburban cities have hit an ingenious plan to get a collection of magnificent souvenir postals They are writing Cincinnati friends and acquaint ances asking a reply on one of the new Fall Festival Souvenir Pos tale A Queen City Lithographing firm has issued a set showing twelve different colored designs They are the finest ever put out in Igtoruationald THEIR SERGET IS OUT All Sadieville was curious imnprovenlent in the health of Mrs ading from a chronic bronchial trouble Its all due to Dr Kings New Discovery writes her husband It completely cured grandtwhooping cough It positively cures coughs colds la grippe bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50 cents and 1 Trial bottles free at J W Gayles QUEEN ORESCENT ROUTE A special feature for the regular High Bridge excursion of August 18 will be the appearance of CnptI Blondell in his wonderful aquatic exhibitions The famous swimmer and noted life saver will give quo of his aquatic exhibitions on the Ken tucky river close to the beautiful High Bridge on the Queen Crescent Route on Sunday August 18th A grand view can be had from the surrounding hills One of the greatest water effects ever the will be the hnndIIsomebeautiful ship will be exhibited at stations along the Queen Cres and Augustl18thThe usual High Bridge excur sion rates over the Queen Ores cent Route VO RINE ARSON General Passnger Agent FREE NE WCURE FOR ECZEMA loin eruptions Remioks Eczema Cure and Remioks Pepsin Blood Tonic have never been trialiby South Longmoor Co 88ly r r KY We have just received are now prepar which we pure viz And bear in mind we are sole agents for cinnati Ohio OREGON WASHINGTON AND IDAHO are the States to which a largo immigration is now directed You should take advantage of the op portnnites and the greatly reo dued rates This wonderful country fully and accurately described and illustrated in a now booklet with a large map which will be mailed to tiny address upon receipt of six cents in postage by W B Knisikern 22 Fifth avenue Chicago Daily trains Iqave Louisville 100 p m 815 a m Cinoin 40 p mt 880 a in for Buffalo over Lr NPennsyl vaniaErie LinesThe Akron Route Round trip tickets may be obtained over it Cbautauqua Lake 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 We have for sale a second hand YilliajnB typewriter Apply at this office 41tf SSS4S- jSI L1 L 7 a oJII7 47 b w y Y7f7 I Some Things Have their seasons but Carpets Mattings and Lace Curtains are for every We have 4 some pretty new onesIPrices the lowest Also some remnants in Mat tings that are bargains Cor Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT SAFFELLS and duringthedraught guarantee absolutely Muscatel Port- Angelica Tokay s Sweet Catawba GrapeJuices 212 ANN STREET CollegeFall TypewrlttngMathemuticsStudents secure good positions drugstoreMcKEEAug New Past Tra- inColorado II UTAH ANDS I II 19Thum daily Tho evening trains to panic points sorvicelhroughcisco Excursion tickets now on solo For addressRTray Pass At Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNBEND Gen Pass Ticket Agt St Louis Mo ShouldrRs use r 1 it is W it in is of a labor is its pro YouNo4 Lines Millin Sec 25 1901S No5 7Ui am pm No SJpm 020 642 740 528 400 1001No6 1 amtLvBurgin 485 710 700IVersailles 811Shelbyvillo 625 612 765 1Louisville 840 750 1040 All trains run solid between Louisville andLexington Also on trains No 5 and 0 Through Obser ration chair cur between Harrods burg and Burgin Train leaving Louisville 745 8m for tho throughflIeeplnllMorri town Tenn nrrivinbetween Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga tBetween Louisville Evansville and St Louis St Louis Division No4 No2 tvLunisvillolsroumIIO00pm Ste Nek1 J m11ooopomArPrincetono s 1o10 No 22 mArEvnnsnlla SpTnl 180p m No 9 No mArAr Louisville 1150 n mi 645 pm botweeaLouisville r Trains Nos 9 and run solid between Louis CursTrains first class Coaches between Evansvillo and Louts vine Day trains between Louisvillu and St Louis Cafe Parlor Oars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis Pullman Drawing Hoom Sleeping Oarsrwith buffet IPPlJtoHR Spencer S H Hardwick GB Allon PA GY LOHUROHRev RELIGIOUS I AssistantSuhdayt Prayer and sbrnibn at 11 a m Evening at 680 p m- Sundayschool and adult Bible at 945 a m at78QpublicarfiBAPTIST CHURCH Rev M preachr atIUyoung men Young Peoples Society will meet atchapelPrayermeeting even bin at 800 p m Seats free and all are cordially in Yited RevGeoat 11 a m No night service- Prayermecting on Wednesda ni 800rTopic The Wise Decision public will be cordially wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers In the city CATHOLIC CHURCH r W h e 4usual services tomorrow conducted MajortIieHigHmn J 4 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OHTJBCH Eev J McOlusky Blay ney DD the pastor will preach at a m No service- Sundayschool at 945 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets in the Sunday echool room at 645 p nu a Prayermeeting Wednesday oven ng at goO The public cordially invited r METHODIST CHURCH Rev J R Savage the pastor having returned home will preach at 11 a m and 8 m- Sundayschool meets at 980 a to Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 The public cordially invited to at tend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN OHUECHThis church being under repair there will be no services of any kll1d until the completion of the work f NEW MILLS I te Read the adof the new Devils Hollow Mills in todays paper This is a new enterpirse and should meet with encouragement and support The proprietor Mr C E Armstrong is an industrious and gentleman ir- h KodolDysjepsia ItartitciallydigeetethefoadandaldsNaturs Digests what you oat Itructlng the exhausted or gains It IB the latestdlscovereddlgest n ant and tonic Na other preparation can approach it in efficiency f itantly and permanently cures NauseapiokHeadache all other PrS08Ncu4 LargestiecoetalasttlaaeaI- Maan 1eenook all aboutdyspe PnMndbyE CWWITT a co Cpiugi I Some i i VK Jewelry Fads h It isra fact that every article in our large new stock is thoroughly good dhd tt reliably just what pretends to beSIt i is a fact that our guarantee stands behind every article we sdlIIti a fact that QUALITY considered our prices are the lowest ofctheriowyr aDont these facts mterest j Come in and lets have a talk about jewelry i an hYrb yrr rI I M A SELRERT PEAKS ILLjMrs Nellie vine is Blending the summer with Mr Henry Church The Misses Anna Belle Jennie and Fannie Fogg qf Duokers spent Saturday and Sunday in our midst visiting friends Mr Michael Hannen of Alle ghany City accompanied by his soninlaw Mr John Kain attended the funeral of Mr Lawrence Hnunqn The Misses Minnie Koigler and Mame Conoannon left for their MoadnylastOn Sunday last at the Ford op lnylorbnptizeda two meeting at OaklandMrs Smith of Cincinnati sectionytatives Mrs Frank Sullivan returned home on Sunday last from a two weeks visit in Owen county BornTo Mr Suter Stafford and wife on Monday August 5th a girl Mr Russell Green our popular young storekeeper while return nightlastby highwaymen and robbed of what money he had100 Mr Green has the sympathy of the community and it is the sincere wish of all that the miscreants may be punished to the full ex tent of the law The ice cream given at the Peaks Mill Church on Satur day night last was a grand success netting the church 4105 The crowd was orderly and good natured and every body seemed to enjoy themselves The church members wish to take this opportunity of thanking those who so kindly assisted in making the affair so successful Masters Church and John Ford of Georgetown are here visiting relativesBro Henry Gynn has been called to the pastorate of the Peaks Mill Church and will con duct services on the first Saturday night and Sunday of each month Mr Lee McMillen is the guest of Mr Henry Church and family STILL A CORKER r If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual loose ness of the bowels or diarrhoea of small children 0 P M Holli day of Doming Ind who has an saysUThroughthe July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sickness of the stomach His bowels would move from five to eight times a day I had a bot tle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrheoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in gotbetterW Gayle and South Longmpor i t 34 GREAT SUMMER EXCURSIONS VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE IThe Burlington offers thtocheap exour lon rates to the West and Ndrtb west that has ever been made Tbeoonditions are so varied that one shouldwrite the General Passenger Agent or ask the near est ticket agent as to details etc Very cheap west Daily to Colorado Utah JBlnok Hills at about half rates and from August 1st to 10th and Septembartst 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 Salt Lake City northEverydayLake Superior Do us the favor to write for Burlington descriptive matter outline your trip and let us advise you 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 8004 miles of road 5000 miles are main trunk linesThrough sleeping cars to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route W M SHAW D P A 400 Vine Street- Cincinnati 0 L W WAKELEY Genl Passenger Agent St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT General Manager St Louis Mo Kodol DyspepiaCure Diflcfcts whit you eat LEXINGfON BREWING GO i BREWERS OF FINE BEERS Wbirb in Quality and Flavor Are EQUAL TO ANY BEER MADE IN THE LAND CALL FOR IT THE PRO DUCT OF A KentuckyIndustry D ROBINSON Frankfort Apt Local Phone 884 Sept 2ly Pianos and organs purchasing Before piano or organ call on or write Mrs Lula H Miller agent for D H Baldwin t Co No Third Street South Frankfort Ky Prices on Pianos 120000 and up and old Pianos cheap New Organs 16600 and up Old Organs 12500 and up Easy pay OrganJunefB t wSSSSl 4r y t i R liable Jeweler Frankfort Kentucky F THE BFiST GROCERIES AND UQUORS LOWEST PRICES 4T- JOHN l nRISCnLLS u ire You Going to- oklhoma Rates Maps t and Fvill Ihiormaition Free from WR Kerr Knoxville Tenn Geo L Garrett Louisville Ky L J IRWIN Louisville Ky P SWe are organizing special parties CourtOacrir NOTICE fMaryJ H Mooroa Admr Puff vs Marl J Moore etc Deftpersons having claims against the estate of J deceased are hereby notified to appear before mo and claims or to present requiredVfftby law on or UJ3XMaster P 00ki t byOhnmherlains about onethird the time any other treatment would require because of its antiseptic qualities which cause the parts to heal without njaturatiou For sole by J W Galye and South Longmoor DO YOU SUFFER 1 with hot perspiringfeot Gayles AntisepticFoot It corrects uncomfortable conditions and makes tight shoes easy Price 156 J W GAYLE Druggist Markethooao Cor Ann and Broadway Vankforti Ky t t l r r r IFAST TRAINS NORTH I Chicago NorthWestern Rail way leave Chicago daily for Mil waukee Madison Green BT OshkoshEsoababiaIshpeming Dulutheand Quiokestimebest of everything For tjokets nPlYtpaddress A F Cleveland 485Vina street Cincinnati Ohio v COLORADO EXCURSIONS i t CreseontarRouteat reduced rates account summed exciirslors Ask ticket agents forparticulars W O Einoarson G PA Cincinnati According To Announcement J Tho Misses Orowe will open their Private thedailyattention willbo given to thelittle children Limited number received Students orVirginiaLatin Higher Mathematics Anglo gazon etc wUJrtooch9021 FOR SALEBiov hdIstone hainJesBahnost rlrCall at Holmes DruGStore 402fc Dress Box i Couchesi Itt r v 4 kq r Bed Lounges J i 2Sofa ritf vf tOhaIrs A t Jt 1l1 We are over5tockedQw above and oersypecia- inducements in theway of prices for they next 1 0 days 4 word to the wise is sufficient u R Rogersr geSoria D 11eo s t t t t t 1i tt I r iF k i 1 i WICARTRIDGES IN from 22 to 50 loaded with always give entire satisfaction modern manner by exact THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU l1 i1ily p t MATRIMONIAL I i y dAUPINMILLERAt the res r lace of the bride sister Mrs 1t Wklker D Gault in his county i i on Wedneedap night August 7 11i llr Lawrence Maupin and Mis r t lear Miller daughter of Mr f tin W Miller were mavriftd by j ROM B Adams 1ti dEvery body tendersto the young couple hearty congratulations nd t t O dwillhe8 V 11 r BIRTHS f 1 ijtGINIn this oityaop Mon to Mr Carl Kagii and wife a son- MURRAY In Brooklyn N Yon Sunday morning August 4 tc JCr James A Murray and wife s T itighter l ther and daughter doing iu V t1holy so we are informed by a fhtter from the happy father f2 TRIPLETTIn this cityon r Lvij JIonday to Mr Gordon Triplett lwIJea son tf 4r4EDTOBwjh jf f Mr Chas Wesley Honakerj pro i Pf prjotpr of tha OwirigavlUe Outlook f slitidsuddenly at his home In v k Owingsville last Friday morning 6f t V heart disease He was 05 years old 1iJJr and a wealthy and influential f r i citizen He leaves two children Hqnaker editor qf the l yOutlook and MlseIucy Honaker rh Ttiev remains worn interred in the wingsville cemetery Saturday af- ternoonP hQ deathqf Mr Honaker J wiilbe mourned by a wide circle of A Irlends and acquaintances tExbuRSION TO OLD POINT- COMFORT AND OCEAN VIEW VA k 1 On Tuesday August 2Othtbo Chesapeake Ohio By will i yell tickets to Old Point k1c Comfort and Ocean View Ya atr X18 fifteen days from date of fJ vale Special hotel rates of 3 per persi1Y on trains leaving Lexington at 1130 a m and 845 p mo Through Ii sleepers will be run on 845 p In for night or i 3850 through Dont miss the last opportunity to got to the seashore L summer Write for full infor IrtnJs for sleeper reservations to ir1EO W 3ARNEY IrD tt D tJc O Ry Lexington Ivy l 00 Buck Ark says I was t t Jitrquhled with constipation until UmirrVif noWilfa lifflo Earlyt t11 Sinop then have been t rsly cured of my old corn r 3plal11t I recommend them t t Sout Long moors Co and W- MgKee f afdJe4 t HNISTEES GOOD AVQRK ofbilI bad a severe attack Fious colic gqt a bottle of Ohani yrl borlains Cplib holeia bad Dij r arrhoea Remedy took two V ndwas entirely oured says t 4Rev A A Ppwar of Empdria J Kas My ueigljDof across the street was sick for over a week C 9ibad two orihibe yottnes of medi- iIIine from the doctor He used tW them for three or four dayswith out relief then called in another- doctorv who trqated him for some days and gave hint no relief so discharged him I went over to 7him the next morning He ri e id his bQweTBSyere in a terrible fix that they had been running ftttnSQ long th ablt was almost blogdy flux I asked him if ho iI d tried Chamberlains Colic Ohblera and pllurhoea and ho fc raid No J went home and j rouglit him my bottle and gave bim one dose told him to take n other dose in fifteen or twenty inintttes If he dId not find relief he took up more and was eu tr l cured I think lt the besta- lemedioine iT I have ever tried For f w Gayle ana South k f onKmoor f i yfjjjjjjjjL XLN6T EASTPRt RY LOCAL TIME TABLE MAY 19TH 1901 EAST BOUND Ddy Ex Sun No4 Lexington 225 pm 740 Winchester 810 pm 825 L E auction 822 pm 887 OInyCity 360 pm Stanton 400 pm 028 Natural Bridge v48Hpm 951 Torrent 440p Junction 511 pmlO20 AmveJackSon 615 p WEST BOUND Xx Sun Daily LeaveJack 625 am 225 pm Beattyville Jnnption720 an 826 pmt- o Torrent 747 am 847 pm Natural Bridge 801 am 401pm Stanton 82am 480 pm OlayCity 887a m 416 pm Winchester 928am520pm Lexington 1010 a m 005 p m audit make connections L E Juno tloD with the Chesapeako ft Ohio B R for Mt Sterling and BARR General Manager CHAS SCOTT G P A T R f B P A flUM aad vlrtky aaflat ue will etaMftlaN Innis Iw v iM Ifs l M = cthe Cool Breezes of the North A summer outing can be most spent at Milwaukee Madison Devils Lake Lake Gogebic Lake Lake Forest Lake St Paul Lake Minnetonka Boar Duluth Ashland and the numerous re of Wisconsin Northern Mich and Minnesota all of which located on the Chicago Western Railway Excep fine train service to all For low rate tourist tick and descriptive pamphlets ap to your nearest ticket agents address N M Breeze 49 North street Atlanta Ga A F 485 Vine street Cin Ohio or GpoF Brig jr 100 North Fourth street Louis Mb 475t O Atlaiiti City Ex CU1 Hon On Thursday August loth the Ohio By will run last Atlantiopity excursion of season Lexingtonat a m and 845 p mf arriv at Atlantic City next day and evening respectively Through sleepers will be run Lexington without change 1120 a m train Berth rates Tickets will be aol t14ari be good returning 12 days over at Washington on return will be granted Make your arrangements o go Write for sleeping oar berths any information to GEO W BARNEY Passenger Agent Lexing ton Ky A bad complexion generally re from inactive liver and In all such cases De Little Early Risers produce results South Long and W McKee Hardie OIL KaQtuokg Homo Minutes Walk t Pan Amerlcan Exposition Send for map of Buffalo and rate R HAMBLETON Delaare Ave Formerly of this old town 4312t Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Try Capital Steam Laundry home enterprise Work Excursion rates to PanAmeri Exposition Queen Ores Route j Route to St Paul andi Min neap alii RyuThet lighted leaves Chicago at 080 p m Service un The best of everything other firstclass fast trains from Chicago also 000 a daylight trains 1000 p m Mail 1015 p m Night Ex For tickets rates and full information apply to your near agent or address A F Cleve 485 Vine street Cincinnati jr f t BRING Your Old ti t SchoOlr Booksci = TO1H In r it tRK McCLURE SON t f And Exchange For NEWONESI Better Take Advantage or Cut Price In Shoes and Clothing t Wb1Ie fvLasts Ra K M CC Ure Sonf PLYOllTll AND PITrSRURGH COALS 4 Eja it I am receiving and unloading now 75000 bushels of freshly mined Plymouth Lump anti Pittsburg Coal of the best quality Leave your orders while it is largeLand clean and they shall have my personal attention se If Hoge Coal and Feed Companr W H HOGE Proprietor Telephone No 7 IUt ClrkbthTAYlOk WHISKEYOF EXCEUJNCB BOTTLED IN BOND till OP Alt IS MATURE ASS HEN THE Till STrLELiiREPRESENTEII AS SACREDIY QUAJUNTEEO AS THE COW OF THE IKALM OLSTAYLOR I16NATUIIISPOIILLUSTRATED E H TAYLOR Jli A SONS VISTILLBR8 FRANKFORT KY = SEe SIs U s IT IS f1 aMOWT8 IT A OHOATEVILLE The Rev Mr McCready held services at the Ohoateville Church last Sunday There was a large crowd present Comb again u Mr Geo Dennis is slowly ira proving and his many friends s hope soon to see him out A crowd of our young people mode a visit to theI Devils Back magnificentrBornTo Mr and Mrs Jesse Conway a daughter Father and daughter doing well Miss Etta Allison has coin 4 menced her school at Pea Ridge The last of the twin daughters of Mr James Pence jr died and wa buried at the Ohoateville corn etery last Saturday afternoon- S fvices were conducted by Rev r Mi Adams The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved ones Louisrdwife and at Mrs Geo Sud duths the past weeK Miss Annie Davis is theguest of her uncle Mr James Zook Little Georgia Dennis has been indisposed the past week What has become of the Louis hrkfrom them againt The Rev Thos Lennox will preach next Saturday and Sunday nights and Sunday morning at the Christian Church Sunday school at three oclock in the afternoon There was a most delightful Booial given in honor of Miss Flor Once Sanders of Louisville last Wednesday evening at the resi dence of Mr John 0 Dennis Mr Ben Hulett is on the sick listMrs v Bettie Dennis and Mrs t Marsh Niokles spent the day at Mrs John Dennis last Monday BLUE EYES IRON AND COPPER AND WHERE THEY ARE FOUND Fully and interestingly described in the illustrated booklet contain ing large indexed map plainly in the region in which this valuable ore is found now ready by the Chicago NorthWestern Ry Copy will be mailed to any address upon re oeipt of twocent stamp by W B Kniskern 22 Fifth Avenue Chi cago AN OLDTIME FAIR Every body who remembers how the oldtime fairs were enjoyed a And patronized should not forget that the Lawrenceburg Fair will commence on Tuesday August 20 J And continue five days It is a genuine fair of the old style and the good people of Anderson county take a pride in making k their fair a success 4r Let every body who can go and have a good timeIThe laws of health require that the bowels move once each day And one of the penalties for violating this law is piles Keep your bowels regular by taking a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary stud you will never have that severe pun l ishment inflicted upon you Price 25 cents For sale by J W Gayle and South Longmoor 1 Vufcing Willow Fraititt tad Wicker Ckuri dIr Mslre eNd he thr sea h ekesed th like aeith Gold Dwt TulU Powder tfendsrN rNr u d WMrhy brwhr wb- esou bi iu Ialelloutmalt stri ddrytM1y ==t TN r M NMPA wwr sa ua YU aa- r t c y1 0 A CAMPV The State Executive Committee OhristianIhave an Association tent at the State Guard Encampment at thoseIon the Committee for the four volunteer regiments from Ken tucky during the SpanishAmeri can War and at previous encampments of the State Guard will be gratified to know that similar pro vision will be made this year The tent will bo equipped with magazines and other periodicals newspapers games writing mate rial and many other features for the enjoyment and benefit of the men during their leisure time Mr Rosevear State Secretary has just completed the arrange ments for the equipment of the tent jnpludirjg the services of two orS t les throughout the encampment Mr Geo W Sheffer of Henderson will stay during the entire time and Mr A Knox of Frankfort whjle the Second Reg iment is iu camp and Mr L J wlingGraenduringthe j PLENTY OF WORK Attention is called to the adver tisement of Dr R P Buokmas ter in todays paper With his accomplished lady assistant Dr Nettie P Furrow they have built up a very large clientile and have done some wonderful work in restoring to health those who had been abandoned to death Osteo pathy is a sceience that has only to be tried to be believed in Dr Buckmaster is the State President the Osteopathic Con vention and is a wide awake and uptodate physician OFF FOR CAMP A special train on the L N from Lexington reached this city Wednesday morning about 6 oclock Capt Fred Gordons company of State Guards were taken on board and together with the Lexington companies left about 680 for Owensboro to go into their annual camp of iusruc tion GOVERNMENT POSITIONS Comparatively few people know appointments are made each year to the govern ment service or how these appointments are made Most everyone knows that for appointments to many positions a civil service ex aminatioon is required What positions require an examination what kind of an examination must paidinpect there is of appointment to certain positions etc is not known possibly by one person in fifty thousand All this informa tion is contained in the announce ment of the Department of Civil Service Examinations of the Na tional Correspondence Institute of Washington D Ca copy of which has been received by this office This handsome booklet is sent free by the Institute to all readers of the Roundabout who request it 1 fHo hatdwtiiwithout GoldDustI dryv h E ITSAVED HIS BABY My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors as sistance and as a last resort we tried Chamberlains Colic Ohol era and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr T H Doak of Williams Ore I am happy to say it gave immediate relief and a complete GalleI BEST TRAINS TO CityMonfanaColorado Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED SLEEPERS DINING CABS CHAIR GARS SEATSI RUOQ PASSR ST MOITHE LEXINGTON FAIR 12I17 will be the biggest thing of the kind ever beld in the State A grand total of 80000 expended in premiums and purses and amusement features makes it rankwith all the large State Fairs and Expositions hold in the past decade The big Midway requir ing 16 cars for transportation is a grand show in itself Excursion rates on all railroads BIG CROWD There was a very large crowd of excursionists who came in on the Falls City last Tuesday afternoon on the Around the Circle ex cursion The trip was made from points along the Q C railroad to High Bridge then down the river on the boat and back to their homes over the F C from this city to Georgetown They all seemed delighted Vith their trip NOTICE The Franklin Association will convene with the North Fork Bap tist Church at Switzer on Wed nesday August 21 1001 There being no grove near the church the Association will meet at the cjiuroh house which will necessi tate doing away with the basket and picnic feature of the meeting The church will entertain only the messengers and their families the representatives of all our de nominational interests and all brethren having business with the the church WM MoMILLANPastor r AUGUST 80TH The Capital Theatre will open with two concerts by the cele bratedStono fall Brigade Band of Stanton Va on August 80th This is one of the finest musical organizations in the country and was originally the band belonging to the brigade of Gen Stonewall JacksonIt been engaged by the Pittsburg Knights Templar to go with them to the Louisville Conclave and will come direct to this cityA treat is in store for the music loving people of this city in those two concerts A popular priced matinee will begiven at 280 and a grand concert at 8p in nn Frankfort AUG 221 3500 Daily Expenses 100000 New features 2000000 Invested Coming In its Own Special Trains fit 77th Year of the Oldest Biggest and Best Show on Earth The Pioneers and Perpetuators of Tented Amusement Institutions JOHN ROBINSONS TEN BIG SHOWS ALL UNITED 4 Circuses 3 Menageries Stages Roman Hippodrome Combined with the Grand Biblical Spectacular Production King Solomonand fhe Queen of Sheba An Impressive and Eminently Moral and Mind Elevating Pageantio and Beenio Sppctnole with its Enchanting Ballets Magniflcient Scenery and Qoorgoons Costumes 1OO BEAUTIFUL BALLET GIKLS 1OO 500 MBN WOMEN AND HORSES IN THE CAST Carl Hagenbacks 40000 Herd of- Performing ELEPHANTS Elephants that Waltz Elephants that Actually Play Musical Instru ments Elephants that do everything but talk 100 New and NovelCircus Acts lOOO Rare and Costly Animals 9 50 Hair Raising Races Grand Free 300000 Street Parade 5 Bands of Music Fife and Drum Corps Ohimo of Bells 60 Cars and Gilded Dens 29 Tableaux Care 12 Traps 800 Thoroughbred Horses 60 Miniature Ponies Steam Caiiope drawn by 10 Ponies and driven by one man 2 HERDS OF ELEPHANTS Excursions on all Lines of Travel Frankfort Thursday August 22 1901 DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that relieve and cure the most severe and danger ous results of throat and lung troubles hat shall you do Go 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 civil ized countries with success in severest throat and lung troubles Bosohees German Syrup It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to dastroy the germ die ease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all drug gists in the world Get Greens Prize Almanac South Longjnoor Co 421y STONEWALL BRIGADE BAND The following letter from Gen Lee will give some idea of the standing of the Stonewall Brigade Band which will open the Capital Theatre August 80th with two concerts Mr A C West General Manager Musical Department Altanta Exposition Atlanta Ga- My dear sirI understand the Stonewall Brigade Band of Staunton Va wishes to secure a short engagement at the exposi tion The band is well known his torically and otherwise At the last inauguration of Mr Clove land I selected this band to head my column Ifeel sure the band will give satisfaction and ptove a drawing card at the exposition Very truly yours- FITZHUGHLEE J rr1jrf rjI BY LAND AND SEA F 10 to Mockinap and Northern f 1 Michigan points On Wednesday August 14th the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville tb Maokinao Petoskey Bny View f and Oharlevoix and return at 10 ttuousThe steamer sails Thuursday morning August 15th at 11 Tickets good returning andbergs 1 location As party is limited to t150 early application should ben made for accommodations Further particulars furnished on application to E H Bacon Ditty trice Passenger Agent Monon Route Louisville Ky t rAIdyspepsia when I commenced Dyspepsia Cure I took several bottles and can di Iisiacontaining all the natural digei tivo fluids It gives weak atom aohs entire rest restoring their i natural condition South Long tlmoor Go and W McKeeHtr die Dont be satisfied with tempo t rary relief from indigestion Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure permanently and completely removes this coni JritIt relieves Frfiacbrest the stomach Nature rirceives supplies from the food we belpthepepsin Cure which digests whfct you eat and cant help but do you good South Lougmoor fc Co tend W MoKeeJEIhrdie I r r lA J i