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THE FKANKFORT RoUNDABouT IGEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TEIIMS 100 In Advance I YOL XXY1L = FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY SEPT 3 1904 NO 52 AMERICAN FLEET AT SHANGHAI By the kindness of a friend wo are enabled to give to our reamers a list of tho loot of American warships In Chinese wators Wisconsin flagship Capt R M Glover OregonCapt1 P Merrill Monitor MontdnookCom D H MahanCruiser Raloigh Com W A MarshallSilabobosLt H A Wiley gun boat Torpedo Vessels BainhriclgeLt W R Sexton t t Barney Lt N E Irwin Obauncey Lt E P Tossop BaleLt H E Yarnell Deoatnr Lt D W Knox Ajax and Alexander Colliers Chas Fox- Cincinnati cruiser Com H Os terhausIof Frolic gunboatLt Com A W Grant MORE RIOTS Disturbances of strikers urn not nearly as grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immed lately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of tho Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bit ters Its a wonderful tonic and effective norvino and tho greatest all around medicine for rundown systems It dispols Nervousness r Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 50u and satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists SPLENDID MEETING CLOSES The recent revival mooting held at the Forks Harmony Church on the Lexington pike by Rev 1 R Sampey D D and Rev O L Powers closed Sunday night last There were seventeen additions by experience and baptism and four by letter The new converts were baptized on Sunday afternoon The church was greatly revived Sand the community aroused and bonefltted THE GREAT BARLOW MIN tr STRELS The popularity of Mr Ed C Hayes Monologuist and principal comedian with the great Barlow i Minstrels who will appear at Capi tal Theatre Wednesday September 7 is largely due to its alienation of all attempts to impress his audience with Iris own importance and ability in his efforts to please and al low tho genuinely contagious humor of tho man to accomplish results which speak much stronger than all affectedness or tiresome posing of the wouldbe funny man and instantaneously moots with the approbation of an audience There is probably no harder task sot a comedian who makes his appear ance following a long first part pro grammo including many bright and equally pleasing performers than that of a monologue and- s top ical song specialty How puerile and tiresome then tho unties of tho selfsatisfied handmo a bouquet imitator whoso every effort is to convoy to his hearers his own ilea of his importance rather than the work in hand Mr Hayes forgetting his personalty in the me lange confidences and musical nonsense makes it apparent that ho is there for the purpose of laughter only to provoke if possible a fooling of friendly cheerfulness and in hand sucjoossplause which always recalls him is satisfaction enough that his praises will be sung by others rath er than his own words and actions IT SAVED HIS LEG P A Danfouith of LaGrange Ga sulfured for six months with a frightful running sore on his log but writes that Bucklens Aruba Salvo wholly cured it In five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its tho gl1nr1a1lteed FIRST REGIMENT BAND MADE THEIR REPUTATION AND CAME HOME The First Regiment Band old Frankfort Cornet Band which furnished tho music for the Madison Ind Chautauqua last week re turned home Friday night They made a fine reputation as musicians and also as allaround good feL- lows Miss Ora Scottow will reopen her school for shorthand typewriting bookkeeping etc Monday Septem ber 6 1904 For further information apply at her residence 309 Steele St 512t Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and akin disease ALL THE NEW f T School Books OLD BOOKS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE As we handle School Books on commission this year we are compelled to sell them FOR CASH ONLY R K McCluf8 Son JOHN ROBINSONS SHOW Carries Its Own Electric Plant John Robinsons Shows open the circus season hero whore tho big grounds are in perfect condition for two exhibitions beginning Saturday September 3 Tho capacity of tho big tents are always tested during the Robinson engagement and if Undo Henry and Aunt Betsy desire much com itIexhibitions where tho new mena gerie can be soon to a much better advantage and more time given to absorb the descriptive knowledge so pleasantly unfolded by the gen tleirianly lecturers The white city is a beautiful pc ture on the green and thousands of sightsoors will take advantage to inspect this monster moving earn van The horse stables alone are worth visiting to all lovers of the gentle equine for John Robinsons horse show is the talk of all America then the ponies they should be seen also tho culinary department where over six hun dred people are served three times daily The blacksmith shops the electric light plant and a places will bo found of hundredI Only work of an cessary character is done on Sun lays If the weather is fine and tho grater is not too cold the elephants will be given a bath in the river near the Every one groundsIprovement and the oldest and tented aggregations Each department is so completely filled with foreign and American features as is capable of being tranpsorted and handled in a satis factory manner The new menagerie is a vast collection of the earths most interesting and marvelous wonders New cages rolling stock equipment all bright in gold and silver will be seen for tho first time after a full winters embellishment by scores of expert artisans Many now and novel acts will at tract attention in the big tent where hundreds of skilled perform supremacy ors will vie in friendly contests for The children will be delimited with the miniature menagerie with trainers drivers and care tak erStIThe entire institution is so c m ploto in its immensity only a gon oralizatloh jean be mentioned here with Nor has the circus dopatment boon neglected for more special feature acts will be offered than ever before enlivened with new and amusing antics by over twoI score of funny clowns The big shows will exhibit here Saturday September 3 TRAGEDY AVERTED Just in tho nick of time our lit tin boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worso every dny At length we tried Dr Rings Now Discover for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound amid well Everybody ought to know its the only sure Luugdisonsegists Price uOo and 100 Trial bottles free If you want lumber see Hammond CoSO1in FRANKLIN INSTITUTE School reopens Monday Sept 19 For information apply to J B CASSIDAY 49t 81- 7BOYS PREPARED COLLEGE 500 wlll place your son In a model home school where only a few boarders are taken and where the headmaster and his assist ants give invaluable aid to boys preparing for university Reference required University School Second St Louisville Ky a riilf r 1ry AN OLD SHOEMAKER This Man Has Been at it for Twen tyEight Years Tho accompanying picture is a splendid likeness of Mr W L Douglas tho wellknown maker of shoes who turns out and soils more 800 and 850 slices than nay represents1tire the city some timo since and after looking over the field decided to place tho exclusive sale of this liue with Mr 1 Davis the old ostabj 11101 St Clair Street Merchant The latter liis received a large line of these celebrated goods in 2fiO 300 and 950 makes and shows them in all styles of leather and every last Mr Davis would he pleased to show these goods and ho DOUgIlassatisfaction to the weurorIITHE STOMACH is THE MAN A weak stomach weakens the man because it ran not transform the food ho eats into nourishment Health and strength can not be re stored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to tho stomach A weak stomach can not digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dy spepsia Cure digests what you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membranes of tho stomach and cures indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by J W Gayle G9l5Tl9RSABears Signature of A f7 H READ THE ADIThe Building Committee of the Kings Daughters Hospital adverise in this issue for proposals to erect tho new hospital which they propose to build oiLthe lot recently purchased by tr n just beyond tho cemetery lodge on tho Vor sailles pUteIThe Frankfort timid Cincinnati tlJOlrIwith tho Queen Crescent Rail wa from thiQ city ro C in innnH Ion Sunday September 11th The fare for till round tril wilt no ovly fl2o Thn Pvlil Irwin will ietvu here at 7 v m nf thi day J turning it writ l are CinoimnM at 830 p m TluMV are a number of 1specgall1 of base ball w h playod by the St Loais ai inuinnn Clubs tdI CAMi BACK AT US Our frioml Mr Hoary Pimi has again pluuti us umii os1imtio1s for n basket of the fitment freestone poaches that wo have SPOil this enI son Ho raised thorn on a seedling tree which oa no up volunteer on his place at Studmantown Ho brought tho whole crop of tho tree in on Thursday It filled his spring wagon pretty full Ho will please accept our thanks SPIJENOIDlOIN1OBS Our friend Mr Jno T Hookon smith who lives on tho Peaks Mill oblignItiOll8matoes that o have seen this sea sonHo will please accept our thanks for his kindness Ho says ho has the boss crop of his neighborhood J f t tf NEW FALL GOODS The advance guards of our Eastern purchases 4 are here and every day the express and lieightftrains unload new Fall Goods for this large es tablishment We especially cullfyour attention to our Ready towear Depart went1Te looked thei ffthetodate styles andwe assure you that what you buy from us this fallwill be the correct styles The New Dress Goods tr That we purchased for Fall are all the very lattest weaves New man iish mixtures in a large variety of styles will surely appeal to your lJVeto have you come and t lookover our stock ReLmember also that weIcarry a full stock of sta pIe Dry Goods and that you will at all times find our prices the low- estCKAGIN I iIr 41 St Clair St at BrIJ e 4nWITHDRAWS WI rcgre loam that our friend fnl IXm 1 Moorf has withdrawn from thrt rude for the Democratic nomination for Congiisn in tho 8th District Jul Mourn in an up right and litiimrahlu gentleman and would havo made a valuable Con gressman had ho been elected Ho- has issued a salty card announcing tho reason for his withdrawing Several shipments of Ladies Fine Tailored Skirts for fall wear have arrived 1 AVe have them in all sizes No trouble to fit you C KAGIN BRO o2lt w Have One HAMMOND Million hand from 190 to COIfrom Six different Grados ri v TIE JML JEO Lm WJ lrJ I G About two weeks ago we gave our customers a quiet tip on the Sugar market Wo told them that Sugar was going to take n jump in price and advised heavy purchases A good many of our patrons took the hint and arc several dollars ahead Those who have been dealing at our store for any length of time have learned that we know our business and never make misrepresentations Thats why we have built up such a largo business They have learned that it pays to deal with a reliable house So hero we are with AiictIieri Quiet ripWheat has been advancing during the last two weeks until it has reached the highest point since the year of 1801 Dont kick because it Is just what the farmer likes to see After looking over the Wheat Situation thoroughly we find that there is good reason for this sharp j advance and that on account of many damaged crops in the Wrest thisadvance is very apt to maintain itself On the strength of the abovementioned condition all mills have advanced the price of Flour several times of late and the end is not yet in sight We knew ithwas coming and bought heavily before the second advance took effect We therefore give you this tiraoly warning Come TODAY not tomorrow and Jay in a supply of Flour at the present price Watch for our weekly ads it uiJl pay you well Y ours for Cash only THE BLUE GRASS STORK t f rIJlAs J= = AieJl4t I j plt r PERSONAL Mrs Ed Elliott Is visiting friends in Nicholasvillce tol7 MondayforJ visitingint f Mr Jacob Corbel of Bardwoll if was hero Wednesday l Sr R 1 OMa honey of Lexing ton was hero Tuesday tMrs W L Cannon of Midway JII was in the city Tuesday returnodIr visitingfriendsHon Eli H Brown wont to Bards town on Sunday evening Ma C C McOMord of Spring dolt was hero Wednesday fromtwas in the city on Tuesday Miss Genevieve Posey is the t west of friends at Midway Mrs Chas D Jacob of Louis r ville spent Sunday in this city Mayor L C Willis of Shelby ville was in the city Thursday Mr Clyde Hubboll of Paducah weeksWr David P Davis and wife have returned from the Worlds Fair Jttiss Christine Bradley of Louis ville is the guest of friends here Mrs Win Cromwell attond- oltt Conference at Lexington this week Hon Jere South and wife of Ar kansas are guests of relatives here 1MissKatie Mayhall has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Judge Jno D Carroll of New- Castle was in the city on Wednes day Rev T F Taliaforro left rues day for Lexington to attend Con ference MrK J M Barnsby of Bourbon t uiiuiny is the guest of Mts1 S bVeatlfrsICol W 4P Thome of Eminence was in the city on legal business 1UeRhk John W Rodman has re urnert from a two months Euro f pean your Mrs Robert J Hunter of Con cord N C is tho guest of rela tives here Cant Tsaau T West left yester day fur a business trip to Eastern Kentucky i Mr Ed B Woitzel returned Mon- dny from a two weeks visit to New f York Nty Mrs C Gran Graham is visiting f her sister firs Mollio E Thomas South Side r Mr Frank Cloud of Cincinnati t is the IIP t of his father Mr Law renee Cloud r Col H H Roberts and laughter Miss Ida have returned from the Worlds Fair i Mrs John Bridges and daughter lfil s Rdna are visiting in New Albany Ind Miss Edith Posey who has boon visiting friends at Midway has ro home 5Prof R V Stratton who has been visiting in Lexington leas re t turned home Mrs Goo Springle and children iof Cleveland Ohio are visiting T6Jathl here xMx Tames Sloan anti wife of Nnffhville Tenn who have been viHitiagMr N F Richardson and DR E ROEMELE tL Specialist on Diseases of Children Olllco and resMowMf above WEITZEL ODONNELL Main St TKTKlHONKH OH 184 New 136 wife returned homo on Thursday afternoonMr Chinn who has been at the seashore for three weeks has returned home Judge George DuRolle of Louis hllSi1nessyers this week Mr Wm Mynhoir of Mt Sterling was the guest of Mrs W T Havens Sunday Mrs Jos R Newton and Miss Julia Hughes are visiting relatives at Nicholasville Mr W S Farmer has gone to Now York City to purchase his fall stock of dry goods Mr L P Thompson of Jetts has moved to 575 Holmes street this city to reside Mrs Lottie Akors of Wyoming 0 was tho guest of Mrs R B Til son jr this week Miss Cordelia Allison of this MaryScottowMrs W C Marshall who has LagrangehnsMr Frank H Johnson loft Tues day on a trip in tho interest of the Frankfort Chair Co Mr Fred E Jouettof Louisville Mrs spent sundnihoro the guest of Mr Carl Kagin has returned from Now York where ho purchased a big stock for his firm Miss Eliza O Rotd of Louisville is the guest of tier aunt Miss Eliza Overtoil Third street Mrs Honr E of Win JenIlIioLouis Mo and will go from there to San Francisco Cal Mr John H Bayer of Paducah is the guest of his sister Mrs V Kaltenbrun this week Lieut Mervin Parront has re turned from Mt Olivet whore ho went on official business Rev C J Nugent wont to Lox ington on Tuesday night to attend tho Methodist Conference Mr W A Howard and daughter who havo boon visiting the Worlds Fair have returned home Miss Nell Thomas has returned 1CGranMr Hugh Rodman of Louisville spenk Sunday with his parents Mr Jos L Rodman and wife Mr Frank Hewitt and wife who havo been attending the Worlds Fair have returned home Mr Jno B Weitzel and children spendingthoirMr Samuel E Hutton attended tho State SundaySchool Conven tion at Henderson last week Tuesdayfora judge at the Worlds Fair I30wlingGroenMr W J Hughes this week daughtersleft Tuesday for St Louis Mo Miss Clara Nelson who has been visiting relatives in Louisville re turned homo Saturday night Miss Eula Walker of Owonton is visiting Dr and Mrs L 11 Min Jsh at Harvioland this week Mrs L B Marshall has returned from a visit to Mrs E Church Tinsloy near Now Orleans La Rev 1 R Reynolds of Olive Hill Carter county was the guest of Rev M B Adams this week Mr Jos C Hubbard and family who have boon in West Virginia for tho summer have returned homehMrs Thos E Konney Iron returned Wednesday from a visit to relatives in Owen county Mrs Stella Armstrong of Now Orleans La was the guest of her taut Mrs W J Hughes this week Mrs Thos J Hardin of Monte = == f j FOR SALE BY M A SELBERT LEADING JEWELER rey was tho guest of her sisterin law Mrs W J Hughes this week Mrs Hardin Field and son of Versailles are guests of Mr W C Utterback near this city Maj W E Bradley wife and TuesdayfromropeMr Todd George and Miss Kath erine George of Lees Summit Mo wore guests of relatives here this week Mrs Kate C Johnson who has been tho guest of her sister at Knoxvlllo Tenn has returned home laughterthe Worlds Fair have returned home daughtorat Mrs Kate C Johnsons Second streetCol Logan Murray of Louisville spent Sunday lucre the guest of herIsisterinlaw Mrs Virginia tondenIKate Berry of Bourbon county are guests of Miss Mabel Weathers Ann street Col Jas Andrew Scott and family who havo been at his summer cottage on Elkhorn returned homo on Monday Miss Bertha Talbolt who has rnIMrs W H Oldenburg and son Howard of Cincinnati are guests of Mr Samuel E Hutton and wife Third street Maj Jas W Blackburn and wife of Washington City were in tho city on Monday and ho made us a pleasant call daughtorLexington were guests of friends hero this week Mr Oscar Farmer jr and wife of Louisville were guests of Air roturnlnghomeMiss Gertrude Greonup Miss Bos MargueriteColter Eastern Kentucky Mrs G W Riggan of Louisville who has been tho guest of Mrs Fannie G Thompson returned to er homo yesterday Judge T J Nunn and wife who have been spending the summer at Madisonville their old homo have returned to this city Messrs Jno S and Frank Cannon SPUIHIthe P Starks Mr Starks and his wife trJptoMrs Al W Smith who has been tho guest of Mrs Richard Morris at Lynwood has returned to her home in Louisville Dr D lie Ringo has resigned his place with Messrs J W Gayle Co and accepted a place with Dr W McKee Hardie Mrs Lena Moore and children of Atlanta Go were called hero by tho serious illness of her mother Mrs Jno H Triplett Mrs Rosa Stephenson of Louis ville who has been the guest of her father Mr W B MoEnnis toI turned home yesterday Col F M Suavely of George town was in time city Monday un route to San Francisco Cal and made us a pleasant call Mr W D Roy who line been in the South on a business trip for the Ky Distilleries and Warehouse homellIr daughter for They Cov will bo gone two weeks Miss Jennie Page of Philadel phia Ponn who has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Jno N Crutcher has returned homo Mr John Taylor French who has been visiting his grandmother Mrs Martha French has returned to his homo at Springfield Ill HafyColGaines and Lieut Frank C Hutch inson wont to St Louis Tuesday Mr R Kidder Woodson who has been visltng relatives here left Wednesday for Dubois Ponn where he is employed with tho Mason d Hogo Co Miss Lizzie B Hodges of Louisville who as been the guest of her sister Mrs Jno N Cructher re turned homo on Wednesday oven ing Miss Tuts Trabue who has been the guest of her grandmother Mrs Maria A Murphy luring vacation has returned to her homo in LouisvilleDr Marrs has resigned his position with the Galyo Co on account of his health and will go on the road for a whole sale house Mrs R H Wildborger of Mom phis roan Mrs L B MoBrayer and son Robert of Lawronceburcr wore guests of Miss Lucy Pattio MondayMessrs l Morris Chas C Furr Goo lJ Payne Frank Cannon Frank G Stagg A H Mo Cluro and Dyke Hazelrigg mom bars cf the Chippowa Fishing Club who havo been at the Wisconsinilakes fishing for a month returned home Saturday morning Mr Ross A McCallum and neo Kittle Dryden who have beEnIiruosts of her father Mr Jno RIDryden loft for their homo in Dayton 0 on Wednesday Mrs Henrietta Burlingamo neo Card well of Louisville who has SwigcrtTaylorhome on Sunday evening Mrs C C Hazolrigg and son Mr Will R Haelrigg were called Tuesdaybyfather Mr A R Robertson rd f Miss M Looketb Smith tained on Thursday in honor oftMor cousin Mrs Robert J Hunter of Concord N C A dainty and appetizing lunch was served Quito a crowd of little folks w entertained at the Catholic l roItory on Wednesday night in of Miss Mary Louise Walsh of StJLouis Mo who is time guest Miss Kate MoGrath Little Miss Iris Hutton daugh tel of Mr Samuel E Hutton en tertained on Monday afternoon in hummer of her ninth birthday following ones were in attendan-ce Ruth Jillson Mary Russell IMarksbury Sue Blackburn Wasson Emma Uttorbaok Mary Uttorlwjk MarkeburyHoward OUR GIRL FLYING WEST On Saturday morning Miss C E Miller of this oilloo left with Do Molay Commandery IC P1 for San Francisco Cal Tho following is the first postal card which wo havo received Denver everythingMISS NORA You should call and seethe new Fall Dress Goods that are being shown by C KAGIN BRO 52 i- tMiss E D Giltner Teacher of PIANO aescheifzky Method And1 VIOLIN Pupil of Schraduck Liste mann and Campanarl Address care of Roundabout ItfIr F igGLENNIli day the infant son of Mr Muse Glenn and wif- eOEUTCHEHAt his homo near Jettn on Wednesday night Mr Waal Crutohyr aged about 08 years Mr Cruothor loaves a wife five sons and two daughters to mourn his 1death Ho was a member of Grassy Springs Christian Church HOWARD Thorn Hill on Sunday night Mr Calvin Howard j aged about 40 years of cholera mor bus Ho leaves a wifo and live children to mourn his death Ho cause hero from Anderson county last winterROBERTSAt his homo near Hatton on Wednesday Rev E A W cohorts aged about 85 years Mr Roberts was a lawyer and preacher of the Baptist Church liolng a member of North Benson Church but had retired from both professions for several years and was devoting his time to his farm Ho was an uncle of Mr E J Rob erts of this office Mr Wm A Roberts and Mr Ed Roberts of this eity IBURNLEYIn this city on Mon day morning at 5 oclock Miss Lucy Burnley aged 63 years Miss Burnley was the youngs child of the late Col A T Burn ley and had lied the greater part of her life in this city She was a retired and cultivated lady a member of the Episcopal Church I ORDERED SENT TO ASYLUM I Mary Noble a white convict from Louisville was tried on a writ de lunatico inquirendo beforo Judge J H Polsgrove on Monday and sent to the Eastern Lunatic Asylum It appears that the woman had been an inmate of the Central Lunatic Asylum at Lake land before She was sentenced for stealing from a church Her sentence was commuted in f order that she might be sent to the asylum FREE TRIAL TREATMENT f showing the perfect support our remedy gives will bo sent on roe quest Confidential correspondence especially with physicians soil cited Write today for our free book which gives our references ter- mstetaMANHATTEN THERAPEUTIC Dept B 1185 Broadway Tf w York City D ELI GHT F U L AFFAIR One of the most delightful social events of the season was the enter tainment given by too Steadman town branch of the Kings Daughters on last Saturday night at the residence of Mr Nod Church on the Peaks Mill pike It was a f bonbon of social sweets night was all that could bo 11ho refreshing and balmy soft rays of the full moonlighted the path of the visitors from Frankfort Peaks Mill the Forks and from tho country around ITho lovely lawn fronting the house was radiant with Chinese lanterns whoso golden light rested upon the festive scene as a welcome benison Tables were spread over tho grass and under tho overhanging boughs of the ancient oaks and delicate ices wore served by charming young latches whose smiles and sil very words added zest to tho feasty From parlor and porch strains of music floated out over tho busy throng of assembled guests and freighted tho hours that swiftly speed on to tho parting of night The charming hostess not only n j vI Z Tlio funeral took place on Tuos day afternoon from tho Church of- time Ascension Rev A B Chinil conducting the services and the remains were laid to rust in the family lot in our cemetery She is survived by two sisters Mrs R H Crittomicn and Miss Pattio Burnley COLLAR BONE BROKEN I Mrs W Henry Gaylo was so un fortunate as to fall down the stops at her homo on Taylor Avenue on Sunday night and break a collar Gaylo is a professional lIne and was called up by a telephone from her bed and slippod in tho darkness falling the whole way down the stairway- Dr U V Williams was called and rendered the necessary surgical attentionMrs is doing as well as could be expected- FRANKFORT CHAPTER NO 8 ELECTS OFFICERS The following officers jfQ elected by Frankfort Chapter 8 R A M at tho regular meting on Thursday night Chas N Wiard High Priest Jno P Solbort King Robinson Farmer Soribo Goo A Lewis Secretary M P Brown Treasurer W H Jones Capt of Host W L Tanner Principal Sojourner Gee E Foamstor Royal Arch Captain J B Lewis Master 3d Vail Oscar E Wolf Master 2d Vail Thos P Averill Master 1st Vail Gus Schaefer Sentinel OF proved herself a most capable charge daffaires but a most agree able entertainer A pleasing feature was the lawn postoffice presided over by a be wildering damsel and from which emanated a shower of letters ad dressed to surprised and perplexed but naughty husbands and to love stricken swains The attendance was unusually large the enjoyment supreme and a handsome sum was realised for the Hospital ATTENTION WHEAT RAISERS We want to buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which we will pay the highest cash price Wo furnish sacks Call or address HOGE COAL AND FEED CO July 23tf NEW MANIPULATOR Mr RylanU C Musiok of Cincinnati has boon engaged by time Frankfort Drug Co as tho manipulator of their hot weather fancy drinks Ho is a firstclass artist in his line and can fix you up any kind of light drink desired to a queens taste Give him a call and be convinced WANTED Industrious man or pany to look after its business in lished Salary 20 weekly and advanced Experience not essen tial Euclo e selfaddressed envel opo General Manager Como Blook Chicago 628b GRAPES All the fine table kinds in season rod white and black Crate of six baskets by express 125 Cash with order H F HILLENMEYER SONS 501 in Dr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 51tf 1x rI == = IMAif RIEoHAn r UGHBn S In t1 s city on Wednesday Mr John Harding and Miss Fannin Grimes both of Winchester woro niarriotl by Rev Win Crow- eSMITHDICKFRSONMr John N Smith arid Miss Cortliu Dicker son were marriud at Proctor Ky at the brides parents August 27th Their friends wish them a long and happy life They left on the L E for St Louis to visit the Worlds Fair + WHATS IN A NAME Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salvo E C DeWitt Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind hlo ding itching and pro truding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salvo has no equal This hiss given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by J W Gayle SPECIAL Bishop Burton will deliver a will bo assisted in the Communion by the Rector of the Parish WELLKNOWN COLORED MAN DEAD John H Maxey the wellknown colored porter for this oilico died at his home on Church alley in this city on Thusday night aged 59 years He came here from Bar rAn county some twenty years ago ADV ERTISED LETTERS The following is the list of adver tised letters for the week ending Saturday September 3 IflW Brumley Sam Bush T B Evens J R Frnnkfcrt Yeoman Grundey Mrs Eller Hamilton Burtee King Mart- McDonald John Morgan Miss Katio Payton Catren Queen Crescent Club Rose Dasie G Rush Elise LucySanders Smith Mrs Maggie Smith Baskurn Stewart Mr D Thompson Mrs Laura White Ed E M DRANE P M CLIMATIC CVRES Tho influence of climatic con poor patient and tho rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights and tho exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can larly Should you bo ablo to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size Toe A tall drug gists yr OFF FOR ST LOUIS Tho First Regiment Frankfort Band left Thursday for St Lou Mo whore thoy will furnish the music for tho Third Regiment len tucky National Guards which has gout into camp at the Worlds Fair groundsThis will remain tho whole time covered by the service of the Second and Third Regiments about twenty days Tho boys make fine music and deserve this honor I T KILLvHs COUGH i AND CURE TKS LUIMGSB Rfffa n WITH ffnfr1 WIOUGHS and 50c100OLDS Freo Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK 131y- un YoucanPin Your Faith TO J EL M Flour because it wont fail youLill a pinch Its reliable uniform Its tested before it leaves the mill All grocers sell it Made only by the J E EH milling Go Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for the blood Cerate for akin eruption Et1 TAYLOR Jr CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVESU- BJECT TO THE ACTION THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY KyBoth represonttUvo territoryBusiness weoldyfrom EpisoopalChuroh MaggieYount consumptionis morningis tnkingGernmn U DO IT TODAY The time worn injunction Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today is now gen erally presented in this form Do it today That is tho terso ad vice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it todayand let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for ovt r thirty five years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will euro you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure as it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles I2oc regular size iou At all drugigsts lyr FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS- PULLMAN OBSERVATION PARLOR OARS DINING CARS AND SLEEPERS OX TIIK 1OlIJLA- lt11EN1ERSON ROUTE UETWKKX LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS TILE WEST AND SOUTHWEST If you want to travel on the Solid Comfort Line Jut time Henderson Route Habit Its a good habit to acquire Ask tho agent for this routing whoa purchasing your ticket L J IRWIN GEO L GARRETT Gen Pass Agt Tray Puss Agt LOUISVILLE KY IIDAILY EXCURSIONS To DETROIT St Clair Flats I Port Huron By the Magnificent Sttamtn of Leaving foot of Madison Street Daimyat after arrival oCmorning trains arrive Week I9S ys9oor Fare to Detroit yjc trip tac Excursions return Week DOyI 7SC ToPt Huron and return a delightful two days trip only 200 meals and berth extra Special Rates 1o Societies Close connections at Detroit with steam ers for Buffalo theSooDL For further infarrnaIon see Railroad Agent or write C F TrMgrW OOLDENOPPJi- X t O A eIJ C eIABears theisle Bough Signature Aof + ESCAPED f1tS Women and Men From the Clutchel of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger R AREHAPPYTISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE BY USING DENNS SURE SAFE ANDS SPEEDY CURE Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High i Mr Goodspeed and wife Frambes Ave i iMrShinglerPresident amid Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Deans Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But 1mllbeit affords For sale at GAYLES Store Orua- University SchoolXwA Classical Technological School Irtparos fur Iliivitiry or School li llthlllllIIIIO in History Math ni tiof Anoient Aloticrn Inuugimages Natnnil Physical Sciince rtnd lmt andIManual Training and Drawing1 PrepatmaloIy and isijrii School partments Term upon ShtSend fur catalogue 1047 Stcon street Louisville f elseH5l2v i J SouthernRaUwayaFog cj booklet LLSulnnlerResortfolder etc send two cent A stamp to MR GEO B ALLEN ARMUnnt Qenoral Passenger Agent St Louis Mo-C II HUXGERFORD j District Pnnsenger Agent Louisville lye i I TneFianHortRQiiniianout Entered nt the postottlce at Frankfort Ken tucks assecond class mailablc matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub FRANKFORT SEPT 3 1904 MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING Tho Louisville and Lexington papers are making a groat ado and fuss and unduly exciting them selves over the location of the now Capitol building We thought and still think the Legislature settled that matter when it adopted the amendment of Judge Gully requir ing the now building to bo erected on the present siteIWhatever we may have thought about their judgment at that time matters not now The die was cast then It may as well be understood now as at any other time that x there will bo no extra session of the Legislature to reconsider that actionThe grafters and those having ul terior designs in this matter might as well yield gracefully they will have to yield any way So we close this squib with the remark with which it commenced Much Ado About Nothing CIRCUIT COURT TO CONVENE On Monday September 12th the fall term of Circuit Court will con vene There will be a very heavy docket of civil cases but very few k5criminal cases and the continu ances from other terms Clerk Ben Marshall and his dep uites are hard at work getting mat- tors in shapel There will probably be quito a number of cases submitted to the grand jury So far as now appears Judge Cantrill will not be able to sit and it will be necessary for a special judge to be elected COURT OF APPEALS TO RECONVENE On Tuesday September 20 the f Court of Appeals will meet for the fall term There will be quite a kRlarge docket for this term much larger than for several terms The records have been rolling in to the I clerks office at a lively rate Clerk J Morgan Chinn and his deputies have been kept quite busy l lately docketing the cases The f printed dockets will soon be issued This will be Chief Justice A R t Burnams last term on that bench COLLECTION INTERNAL REV ENUE TAXES if Deputy Collector Grant L Rob erts collected tho following internal revenue taxes for the month of Au fir gust 14G3 barrels 57770210 tax gallons amount of tax 1355382 This is the smallest amount col r lected by Mr Roberts since he as suited the duties of the position a The outlook for September however is considerably better as the withdrawals grew much heavier the last of the month JAtownrds COUNTY COURT ON MONDAY t ZMonda next will be county court Pi day and there will doubtless be a big crowd in the city though not as large as there would have been had not the circus exhibited to 4 day There will he lots of follows who will spend their last niokle to see tho circus today and will have 7 to wait awhile before coming to town again TREMENDOUS PEARS Our old friend Mr Joe Tracoy of Pea Ridge sent us on Wednes day a specimen of the finest pears we have seen this season Two of 7 them weighed ono and a half itpounds They were magnificent Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion L summer as in winter Send for free sample BOWNE Chemists YorkIb tIjA ct ExcessOf SmoKing Affected My Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Miles Heart Cure Cured Me There is nothing that has a more deleterious effect the cardiac or heart nerves than the excessive use of tobacco Pain and oppressivefeellnethroat discomfort from sleepinron the left side and smothering when the sufferer to up in bed to breathe are the most common symptoms of a weak heart Smokers who ieel and who do not understand their meaning should be warned in time by the following experien- ceII greatly troubled with an affection smokingOnto begin a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together with etc I faithfully followed the- directionsglven and am pleased to say that my cure is complete and permanent Be fore beginning the use of your remedies I was so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at I would be forced to assume a sitting posture to get my breath and for the time being it stoppedbeatingin my case I can cheerfully recommend Dr Miles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or EtgAlrHALLAll druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind A PICTURESQUE ARMY The American Sunday School Union recently completed its eight ieth years work for the neglected children of our country and is fur nishing the press with some interesting facts Being an undenom inational work helpful tp the churches in every State its success will give wide spread satisfaction If we could take all the scholars and teachers who were enrolled in the schools organized by The Amer ican Sundayschool Union last year and from them into a column standing live abreast in ranks allowing 3 feet to each rank in good marching order we would have a picturesque Sundayschool army arrayed in solid phalanx more than eleven miles long If we were strong enough to walk eleven miles along this vast host we would be surprised to see so many barefoot boys girls with calico dresses and sunbonnets While plainly clad most of them have intelligent faces We would observe they had boon supplied with good literature More than 27000 Bibles and Testaments might be counted in their hands also about the same number of song and library books and many thousand lesson papers To review this great Sunday school army 97800 strong which The American Sunday School Union recruited organized and equipped all in ono year would be an impressive sight Many de cisive battles of tho worlds history have boon gained by a force not so large To hear this army of children sing would be inspiring and cheering Conversions- If we should take those who were converted in the Sundayschools organized by the Society and stand them side by side in single file allowing 2 feet to each this line Of young converts would reach nearly four milesA Mile of Churches Tho American Sundayschod Union hits been called the pioneer and recruiting agency for the churches If we could take all the churches which grew out of Union Bible Schools last year and stand them end to end allowing 40 feet to each we would have the impos ing sight of a line of churches reaching one mile Many of tjem are neat and tasty some very plain Among these 188 new churches may he found many representatives of tho various de nominationsOther Views Imposing as the foregoing col imIIplnooIof Sundayschools suvontytwo miles long Tho multitudes who attended the it r f 450 public addresses delivered each I week by missionaries of the Society and the young people in Union schools who resolved to sock a higher education would also be an inteiosting sight Tho men who did this wonderful work would form an interesting procession The 259 faithful mis sionaries employed by the Society some in their little wagons pome on horseback others on foot all en during hardness to evangelize the destitute 880 Miles of Homes During the year missionaries of the Union visited thousands of homes many of whom have rarely if over been entered by a Christian minister By words of admonition and circulating good literature secured the hearty cooperation of many parents in the good work If we could take these 221 500 homes visited by the missionaries and place them side by side allowing 20 feet to each house we would have a line of homes 830 miles long extending over hill and valley further than from Philadelphia Pa to Louisville Ky Salient Points Vast as this labor was it should not be regarded as something now or unusual for the Society is doing substantially as much year after year as there are yet about 12000 000 children and youth in our coun try who have not been enrolled in any Sundayschool a number larger than all the standing armies of Europe combined we can readily see how greatly this work should be enlarged 2 Many communities whore these schools were organized will not be able to support churches for years to come This is all the greater reason why they should now have good Sundayschools 3 In perfect loyalty to the churches the Society provides for tho children who are not reached by any other agency Nothing has been found which takes the place of Bible instruction for establish ing noble principles in the minds of the young and uplifting the true standard of morals The AmericanSunday School Union desires to furnish full particulars regarding the method ox pense and results of its work Anyone desiring Information may apply to- REV J H MoCULLAGH Supt Southern District Henderson Ky Morris IL Jesup New York Pros Rev J lf Cromwell D D Sec 122 Chestnut St Phila Pa WHEN DOCTORS AGREE The Society of Chemical Indus try composed of the leading chemists of England and America on August 18th selected Old Taylor bottled in bond as the only Amer ican whisky to be taken on board the special train which is to carry the members of the society on a tour of the country starting from New York City Sept 12th taking in Philadelphia Pittsburg St Louis Chicago Detroit Buffalo and ending up at Boston on Sept 29thE H Taylor Jr d Sons last year sent samples of Old Taylor hot tIed in bond to tho State chemists of the various States for analysis The result was that the purity of this brand has been scientifically tested and attested by chemists on both sides of the water Among the members of the Society are EI J Lederle exPresident of the New York Board of Health Dr H W Wiley and Dr G B Wagner of Chicago Sir William Ramsey oft London England is President of the Society Indianapolis and Barrels August 25th 130ttleI The advance ladies Tailor Suits for fall are here and we ask you to call and see them C KAGIN BRO 521 1 HOUSE AND LOST FOR SALE I offer for sale my house and lot on Todd street second door from corner of Shelby House new Lot 50 feet front running back to alloy Apply to COtf L WELLS DEWITT IS THE NAME When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salvo look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulter ated Witch Hazel is used in making DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo which forIWitts Witch Hazel Salvo duo to its many cures has caused nume rous counterfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name E C DeWitt Ss Co Chicago Sold by J W Gayle i il fi Pletisinttoinke 1 Laxative 1 1iF Syrup1- t 1J il NATURES CURE FOR OBSTIPATION r Ask Your Doctor t 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 wh n minerals and their salts tare irritating to the intestines J LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring f about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness J Bloated Feeling etc Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better any other you have tried thanJALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER lAMERICANsa tWeftP 55 INCHCmmim 41 rN mmmi a IHU9PII 1 u INsTNt 7 f- U 4 26 m ii201N is 4b- f 4 1iI =Regular Style Special Hog Norse and Cattle Style Stays ta In or 6 In apart Stays la In or 6 In aparttMade of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized It Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs J EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fete your fields so they will stay fenced i FRANK G STAGG j SPECIAL AGENT jf I a Dr the for the IdealVacation PlacesThere is a Michigan that adjoining a of tiful as fdeep are delightful for out pleasures can into a 1Thew for rent at reasonable This entire is reached by trains of The Lake Shore rr Michigan Southern Ry and the D T M R R which it operates To assist in selecting a vacationIplace the following books will be sent for 5 in to cover of cost If The Ideal Land containing pages 8x10 of beautiful from photographs to Illustrate some of tho lake country and Retreats a list of places farm furnished cottages and with rates features of location and other Address A J Q P T A Cleveland 0 THANKS Miss May Cromwell of Jetts has placed us under obligations for of different kinds of fruit Slip please accept our thanks for the Weavers Syrup Purifies blood Cerate ointment skin southern arid northern Indiana country many beau lakes running streams clear crystal and woods Here places fishing boating bathing camping and kindred where you enter cottages rates region cents postage part mailing Vacation Inches views made especially Quiet Summer containing summer boarding including summer hotels houses camps Information SMITH basket will seine IDEIjIGHTFUL RAIN l A delightful rain of an hours duration visited this city on Thurs day morning at 8 oclock It was very grateful as the weather had boon close and sultry for a day or so Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies tho blood Cerate heals akin eruption rx ij J ryt iM t PIF1RSTCORRECT FALL SHOWING FIRST IMPORTATION COMPLETE ASSORTMENT SEE OUR HANDSOME DIS KvaI NEW I NEW SEASONS PLAY OF RTugs CARPETSkirtS1 RIBBONS 1lV S FR1fIIJRBELTit I REVENUE SERVICE Tho Seventh District revenue assignments for September 1904 are f iTjWiJliam Tarr Co Lexington r T I Gunn day duty T E Old f liain additional and bottling T 3 H Shelby gauging 2 Kentucky River Distillery d FrankfortJ Er Hanrahan day duty John M Stevenson additional C N Wiard gauging 8H E Pogue Distillery Co MaysvilleH G Holliday day duty Osoar Grigsby additional and bottling F M Harting addi tional L M Gaflln gauging 4W A Gaines Co Frankfort- S A Powell day duty J R Spiers additional W H Sneed additional John Jewett addi tional J L Cox bottling W M Saffell gauging 5J E Pepper Co Lexing tonI M Walker day duty W F Orphan additional J A Eastin additional and bottling D C Berryman gauging 6 Poynty Bros Co Maysville W F Sohooler storekeeper gaug fng9S J Greenbaum Midway J P Rogers day duty E B Da vie additional R H Davenport additional P G Powell bottling tetohor Lusby gauging 10 Pencook Distillery Co Kisor tonC L Hough day duty D C Berrymnn gauging 11S C Herbst FrankfortW- L Baker day A W Nazor bet ding John Stephanski gauging 14GG White Co ParisJ K Hutchcraft day duty E F Dar 1nab additional A V Combs botlting D C Berryman gauging 17Old MoBrayer Distillery Co rJJ Kearns day duty U G Carey additional and bottling T H Shelby gauging 2tJ H Rogers Co Maysville PoD Wells storekeepergauging 82E M Babbitt Versailles J T Bony storekeepergauging 83 George Baker FrankfortL X Lemaster storekeepergauging 87 John Cochran Co Frank fortJ A Logan day duty Amos u Griffin additional and bottling C N Wiard gauging 90J E Popper Co Yarnall ton T L McConnell storekeeper gauging 60W J Fazior VersaillesGus Vhltohouso storekeeper gauging 52Labrot Graham Frankfort C H Talbot day duty S P Willis additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauging 53E H Taylor Jr Sons t Frankfort Eugono Craig day W T T Baoon warehouse Z J Phelps bottling S D Pinkerton gauging 77 Paris Distillery Co Paris W W Cherry day duty J M Russell additional N A Moore bottling D C Bwrryman gauging 9lJ J M Saffell Frankfort Speed F Owen day duty R H Whittington bottling John Sto phanpKi gauging 96J N Blakomortt Frankfort Howard Bell storekeepergauging NX5V A Gaines Co Frank fortJ W Black day duty n E Reid additional L F T Stoelo additional J O Rash additional J H Murray bottling W M Saf gaugingloW T Stagg Co Frank 4fortW A Hamilton day duty G1 Kash additional J p Brawnor bottling John Stephan ski gauging 4 Public Warehouse Lexington Public Warehouse Co Sandersvlllo W G Dunlap and W T Crosthwait storekeeper gaugingGeneral StorekeeperGauger General Storekeeperganger G R BullockRectifying Houses Stoll CoA G Leonard gaug ingW J Smith CoA G Leonard gauging R S Strader SonA G Leon ard gauging- J E Pepper CoA G Leon ard gauging- J P Williams rectifier Frank fort CN Wiard gauging H E Pogue rectifier Maysville gaugingI REST MADE EASY There Will be Less Sleeplessness When Frankfort People Learn This Cant rest at night with a bad backA lame a weak or an aching one Doans Kidney Pills are for bad backsThey cure every form of kidney illsFrom common backache down to diabetesThey endorsed by Frankfort people Mrs Margaret Weitzelof318 Mero street wife of Lucas Weitzel baker by trade now retired saysII For a number of years I suffered from a aching across the small kidIthat I could hardly sit still got up 01 down or lift anything even of ordinary weight At night it both ered me so that I could not rest comfortably and when I first arose in the tired and worn out thekidneys secretions wore irregular highly colored and distressing and on standing deposited a heavy sediment I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised procured a box at J W Gayles drug store and began to use them In a few days noticed that the se pretions had assumed a natural ap pearance the pains and aches left me and I felt as as ever after completing the treatment Nothing pleases me more than to speak a word In favor of Doans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffa lo N Ysole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other HAD A SPLENDID TIME The children of the Methodist Sundayschool wore given a picnic at the county residence of Sheriff Albert G Jeffers on Tuesday last They went out in largo wagons and had a jolly good time The place chosen was an ideal on having plenty of shade and an abundance of fine water SUMMER COMPLAINT Is not always brought about by change of air and water The stayathomes are Just as sus ceptible to diarrhoea due general ly to over eating as unripe fruits etc and drinking ice water all accompanied iy painful bowel dis charges and if not chocked re sult seriously Perry Davis Painkiller is the only purely reliable remedy 25 and 50 cents HAMMOND CO Have One Million Shingles on hand from 190 to 350 per m Six different Grades to select from 47lm dC THE BARLOW MINSTRELS Lovers of true Musical Min strelsy wherein the solo and en semble singing of tho male voice has received the closest and most painstaking effort the selection of each and every number from the latest and best of the song writers repertoire and the production of the whIe a series of constant re hearsal and thought will be more than pleased with the voices among the II Great Barlow Minstrels who appear at Capital Theatre on Wednesday September 7 New voices this season are George Lynne a basso possessing a rich full musi cal voice from the ranks of opera Mr William J MoQuinn robust Canadian baritone whose martial selection of songs stir every listen er like the beat of the drum Geo WPearce an English counter tenor Moore Burgess Minstrels Lon don England possessing a rich tenor of high range and sweetness and Bobby Jarvis a boy soprano whose flutelike tones entrance every hearer Others ot the old fa vorites are Jos MoAnallon the Irish tenor whose rendition last season of Why Did They Sell Kil larneywon him a host of friends Lew Davenport a robust high bar ritone very successful in the latest sentimental hit The Robins Sweet Song Reminds Me of Youn Joe Brown tenor Arthur Balliott tenor and Mr D Arcy Campbell a basso of great range and volume That an enjoyable and satisfactory evenings entertainment is in store for all who hear these singers is positive from the fact that Manager Coburn states clearly Tho finest singing party lever had and from his past efforts and reputation amon Frankfort theatregoers that promise will be verified FROM 148 TO 92 POUNDS One of the most remarkable cases ofju cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mr Gertrude E Fennel Marion Idwho was entirely cured by the use of One Minuto Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened mo that I ran down in weight from 148 to 02 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entire mylungsstrongthSold DAUGHTERS Ob1 UUl FEDER ACY Tho members of the Joseph H Lewis Chapter U D C are re quested to meet at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel this Saturday afternoon at 880 oclock Business of importance MRS SAM LEAVY Pres WORKING OVERTIME bythoseKings Now Lifo Pills Millions are always at work night and dn curing Indigestion Billiousness- Oonstipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel trouble Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25o at all drug stores Dr Caiiys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bn medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte Gayle J ut www7Y i16fJtG A STUDY IN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS 50000IThe above sum has been set aside by THE CINCINNATI COMMERCIAL to be distributed as awards to the subscribers of THE TRIBUNE or THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE whofuestimate the total vote cast In the State of Ohio for President of the United States at the election to be held November 8 1904 isIIUlUThe and To Our Subscribers Who Engage In reniitleydou ivlil VecWrh ThIs Gigantic Intellectual Contest Weekly Gazette gr oem year fand be entitled t eati ttlmateTo the Second Nearest 5000 weeks and be entitled to one 1 yoToTo the Fourth Nearest 1000 for six months and be Tn titled to estimatethn cltth to one everyTotitled to two t2 Weeks SUbscrl SundTo6 To the Ninth Nearest 60months subscription to The esToTo the Next 300 Nearest 10 3000 The Dally and Sunday Commer f rateTofoInadIf1904 estimate the exact total vote there tlmate entered In your name It will be paid an additional amount of 10000 you so order If any subscriber should after October 1sYou eV an and wonosttlonswill beAPot subscription blanks data about previous votes and further information address the Manager of THE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE AWARD BUREAUC1NCINNATf lIMission Furniture 1 In Weathered Oak Upholstered in Spanish Leather for iLibraries etc si R Rogers Sons t101I rIf you fire interested in the future welfare of your family or in your own old age fill out tho coupon below and mail to Ralph R WilsonFR- ANKFORT KY SPECIAL AGENT OF T- HEEquitable Life Insurance SoleTHE STRONGEST THE WORLD Name Address Vocation Could afford to spend per annum for assurance I think Ill buy assurance about jj pppyh I 1 i t Jfir l 1 Z f i3 M F I 231BIGDU NOT BE MISLEDThe BIG Circus Does Not Come Until SEPT FRIDAY 23 1200 PEOPLE 600 HORSES 4 Great trains H WAITAnd I BIG SHOW OPEN LETTER TO THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC AC- COUNTSr Dear Sir As I have noticed where you have an opinion from the Attorney Gen era that Life Insurance policies are to ne taxed by the State and- as a natural consequence by the counties cities and school districts I am inclined to join with you in t your unsatisfied and unsatisflabJe ri appetite for more taxes and to act as an Auditors Agent to uncover hidden wealth for you I know of a man in this county that has a wife and two children that ho values at one million dol f lays This fact can be proved by a dozen people who have heard him not take n m11llonI dollars for his wife and two uuye Surely this amount of valuable t property should not escape taxa thin Again I know of a near this city that has five sowsI that ho expects to give birth to tenIpigs each in a few months At least calculation these pigs will be iworth two dollars each so you can see there is 100 thai is likely to escar the gentle and benevolent taxation I was just donetf feeders a in this section who aro feeding corn and grass to cattle that cost about 85 per last fall and they are calculating on selling these same cattle this fall at as much as 72 per head Is it not an outrage that the State county and school dis tricts aro being thus swindled out of taxes G R KELLER p SI forgot to sviggest that in- case you find some policies that have no cash surrender or paid up value you should not forget that the old and receipts can be sold for something to the old paper l 1t = THIS IS THE GREAT INTERCONTINENTAL SHOW OF GREATEST FEATURES THE GREAT ADAM FOREPAUOH SELLS BROS Vast Circuses Menageries and Hippodromes United Which for Successive Seasons have in every way Broken all Menlo Records In Madison Square Garden New York City Which in unparalleledand splendid profusion only include nil the lcst nttmctiona thafc ill others can possibly produce but n host of newlyadded ureutn and Ilol1l born I THRILLING TRANSCENDENT TREMENDOUS FEATURES Nowhere else to bo seen on earth and everywhere and at every performance including those only North Vole Discoverers AatouadcJ TROUPE 9 HUNCARIN MAGYARS In weird andemotionally eccentric dances melodies almost acrobatic originalities of mysterious ra- ceCYCLO NEWhose incredible feat of scaling cuar of The Devils Chimney him of The Maniac of Bewitched Preeminent Parisian Phenomenon SoIirUBERTsprmKifromTHE POUR MARTINEKS greatest Geniuses in FootBex Inr Mach The Conic The and Ills the Pinched Parisians other Fn Frolics gether fifty other of tho Worlds famous Funniest Fools in tho Caroming Capital Fames only EDDY FAEtLY first onlyAerialDEMO NDBIYLN DIAVOLO BicycleAntion nnd beggaring description htchthriilsanl electrifies as n Lattery of dynamos A rtaco staggering of dulinltldcJhtincpastimes and living tenons C3HSTELLATGN hundred nets nnd rivalries in three rings 100000 feet of aerial on elected stags and a grand coliseum The Chariot Ruvs ofihe Roman Casars Superlative Tulns of natural Never before were seer her savage in ferocious and nried The Mhhflert Hras of Elephants and J2pD8JlCfft ally in fame thorn THt A or at in in a in a to to of as are Hundreds A of Perfection The Free Street OPULENCE AND HISTORIC MILITARY DISPLAY daily or in new waterproof 60 0 2i at an 7 for Mrnnr by displays On rmae actually Reserved be secured at the prices at FRANKFORT DRUG CO St dealers Dont overlook this item G R K t FUNERAL funeral services Mitchell Sr take place at 81oolockBIBLE LECTURES BY DR SAMPEY Rev R Snmpey Louisville Ky teacher of the Testament in Southern Baptist Theological Seminary will a series of nine lectures in beginninJWfH1uet3 Tile general subject of addresses will be History Soul Winning in the Bible Among WinIProphets as Soul Winners this manner entire swoop of Bible history is upThese lectures been erect to appreciative au fliences over country They elicited enthusiastic praise everywhere will very helpful to who aro studying International Sundayschool Lessons Every pupilIntage of While will be in Baptist Church they aro of in terest to all Christians and it is that members of every church join with us in hearing them Those lectures will be free of a charge 1 14 FULLGROWN POLAR BEARS number LaPamille Lecusson Female PRODIGIOUS PORTHOS SPACE regains Among FEATURESmasters THE ALLCONQUERING Celerity Military strenuous narrow circle 1VJ Catapult Stamtsc destruc Journal There Horse Show Morning Pageant Gigantic Glorious Revelation- OF ORICXTfft Concerts Superb Coupon regular Corner Main Clair street John these have deliv have those them they One atjMALTWHEATBISCUIT gives you an idea their goodness taste proves best for dinner and supper 45MEALS cWHAT IS INSIDE THE WORLDS FAIRI And How to See it at Least Espouse Henderson Route has gotten up and is tribution a very uable booklet descriptive of what is inside and what is outside of Worlds Fair how see it at least expense The booklet contains information that prospective LIVING greater Sir John Franklin Kano Cicely Peary ever togct nny ono Bruin Seven Male and Arcnio Geniuses Phenomenally Original Performances NoN TilE The only altogether new equestrian feature circus annals for half century THE CHASMVAULTING CYCLIST scorning desperate dash sure Lion leaves course fly SO THROUGH and his narrow pathway unscathed their heroic MILITARYthose incomparable manual and drill AURORA ZOUAVES so aptly described the Ne York RaMerzed Centipede whose and lITC the World ONLY OF tho wondrously wild and savagely their miraculous and awheel the absolutely interior has gained for the title Mounting the Bike And still another Gauls Grin French Miser with most Sow would Sensations Acres rarest space course representatives such burform Wisest then Peerless in their Blueblooded Congress Prizewinning is a Two performances rain shine prncns tents Admission cents Children cents the rics end Criil roreni Mrrricks Military Hand Arcnic hour exhibition ilay Seats may ar The of Smith will An The Dr of Old the deliver 1004 The of Moses The Early In the largo and all the They be the delivered tho hoped will il WHEEL look it Good thettime but breakfast 15 The now offering free dis complete and and to of iJt saw over Who FEET by under Doors of one all OF the for val the the all than time their later alconyHow to tlo Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Louis how to get around the grounds to the best advantage the must economical plan for touring tho Exposition things of importance to see in St together with many other valuable pointers regarding a trip of this nature are only some of the many points covered in this com plete booklet It is something you should have before planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky l W Stomach t Troubles cured by tJIJtJl1DYSPEPSIA CUREII Under all curableconditions IMr D Kauble of Mrs W W Lay Nevada 0 was ler of Milliard cured by Kodol Pa was cured of stomach of Chronic trouble which Dyspepsia by had effected t the use of his Kodol heartI BODOLrDifuliWhalYtHlal For sale by J W Gayle drug gIstJN B SMITH Esq as a candidate for reelection as County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic primary 62 te CANDIDATE FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Judge J DAN MOORE as a candi date for jailer of Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party at the primary 19te FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized to announce Col E H TAYLOR Jr as a didate for the office of oanltive from Franklin county in next Legislature subject to action of the Democratic party28te FOR RERPESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Hon L FRANK JOHNSON of this city as a candidate for the nomination for reelection as Representative from Franklin county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party 28te FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce WILEY C MARSHALL as a can subjeottoparty Dec 19tf 1I I Ji 1II I Pcklillg- Spices The delicacy and appetiz iug qualities of your var ious pickle recipes depends on getting our kind of spices Mixed spices are now largely used and tho merit of these lies in proper combination of tho various spices used and in their purity and strength You want the mixodto plcwso not the mixedto sell kind We have the excellent sort and all other pickling items as well Corks Curcuma Sealing Wax Paraffine etc The Gaylo nrn Stor08 I ltr l Ie t t Qk a fiJY t l FLYER NO 1O PREIVENTORY AND IMPROVEMENT SALE reffleSKItm ETG- I IeA card of 19c For Ladies Hoso worth 2r8oo Pins8geForyardwide Black Taffeta 2cA paper for 15- 2eA yard for Val Lnoo Shell and Rubber Hair Pins lOo 2eA roll for Cotton Tape 5c For yardwide Brown Cotton 5c A yard for Apron Gingham and loc per d01 3eA spool for Clarks Thread 5c For yardwide Bleached Cotton Milliriery at less than half price 4eA box for Hair Pins 39c For Lisle and Silk Gloves worth 50c and jOe Advance sale on Outing Flannel 4eA dozen for Safety Pins IOC for Silkaline worth me 12 I2C for Silknline vsrth loc 7C For Outing Flannel worth lOo 4eA yard for Best CalicoAskto see the new Henrietta Skirts from 99c up IOC For Outing Flannel worth 12U S D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY t RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at a in and 780 p ant Sundayschool at 045 a m in chapelHome Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton su perintendent Adults and strangers invited to join Baptist Young Peoples Union will moot at 030 in the chapel See announcement elsewhere of Sampey Lectures Visitors and everybody in the city invite to attend- ASCENSION EPISCOPAL OHURCH Rev A B Chinn roc tor Sunday September 4 1904 030 a in Sundayschool 11 a m Holy Communion and Special Sermon by Rt Rot Bishop Lewis W Burton D D 730 p in Evening Prayer and sermon by the Bishop Wednesday 730 Divine Service in the chapel Friday 780 p m Parish Bible Class All are invited to take part in these meetings CHRISTIAN CHURCH The lords Supper will be observed at 1080 a m No evening service- Sundayschool at 080 a m in chapelChristian Endeavor has adjourned until October 2d- Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 745 oclock Topic Jonathan The Unselfish Friend The Junior Endeavor Society has adjourned for the summer Everybody Invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m- Sundayschool at 930 a m Young Peoples Society at 080p m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 p in- Everybody invited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Tlips S Major rector Low Mass 730 a in High Mass 100 n m Sundayschool at 2 p in Vespers 780 p in FIRST PRESBYTERIAN lIcCluskrUaynopreach at lIn m No evening service- Sundayschool at 045 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris Endeavor at 545 p m- All the young people invited Prayermooting Wednesday night t780 p in The public is cordially invited to Attend METHODIST CHURCHRev C J Nugont the pastor being at Conference there will be no ser vices at this church- Sundayschool at 045 a in i Junior League at lip m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermooting Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially welcomed LEESTOWN MISSION Mr Ed win Kagin will preach at 780 p in MODERN ARTS MYSTERY A Fatuous Painting Beginning with Tuesday afternoon and con tinuing for the balance of the week wo will show iir our store one of the most pleasing as well as the most wonderful paintings of modern art The famous painting by H Zamba is a miraculous illusion adequate description of which is absolutely impossible Two women are painted on the same canvas Ono at first sight tbi i sees a gorgeously robed Parisienno gowned for the opera Before your very eyes tier vrun are wafted from her as the wind might carry away the mists and another a different woman in filmy negligee stands In her place We have secured this mystery in modern art through the courtesy of Woingarten Bros makers of the famous W Br Corsets Thousands have seen this marvel in the large pities throughout the country and was a rare good fortune that enabled us to secure it for a week in Buffalo The will bo winlowsSaturday night September 10 =A POWER FOR GOOD The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are DeWitts Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says During a billions attack I took one Small as it was it did mo more good than calomel blue mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Li tie Early Risers are certainly an Ideal pill Sold by JJ W Gayle OASTOElXABears theTheSignature of c ATTENTION PARENTS Tho attention of parents and those having girls and young ladles to educate is called to the Advertise ment of Miss Elizabeth Giltnor giving notice of the opening of her classes in instrumental music for time fall term Miss Giltner has had a large class in this city and has given perfect satisfaction FIFTY CENTS CHEAP RATES TO GEORGE TOWN KY ON SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH 1004 Frankfort if Cincinnati Rv will soil round trip tickets between Frankfort Ky and Georgetown Ky at 50 cents for the round trip Trains leave Frankfort 880 a m and 500 p in Trains leave George town 1045 a m and 000 p m S E HUTTON GPA genuineLaxative the remedy that cures n cold In one day KNIGHT TEMPLAR CONCLAVE 5550 To California and Return via Motion Route The wonderfully low rateloss than one faro for tho round tripor 5550 from Louisville to San Fran cisco and Los Angeles and return will bo established by tho Motion Routo and tickets will bo sold from August Ifith to September 9th In clusive good returning until Octo ber 281 account of the Knights Templar Triennial Conclave Tho Motion Route will run a special through train from Louisville to San Francisco account of tho De Molay Commandery which is open to tho public leaving Louisville Saturday August 7lh and on which no extra faro will be charged For further particulars about special train or for rates and con ditions on other lays address E H Bacon D P A Motion Route Louisville Ky td If you want Wall Plaster see Hammond Oo6- 0lm r BIRTHS SCHROFFIn this city to Mr Louis Schrolf and wifea son CHOATE In this city to Mr Harry Choato and wifoa daughter Croup instantly relieved Dr1 Thomas Eclectrio 011 Perfectly safe Never fails At anyrug store si KodoS Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat THE BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour irom 8 a m to 7 p m- anu at n and 11 p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in and at 10 p m Single faro 40 centsLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a in to 11 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p Y ALEXANDER President 20tf Notice to Contractors Sealed proposals will be received atv the olllce of Mr C E Hoge State National Bank until Saturday 12 m Sept 10th 1904 and thou opened for tho construction of a KingsDaughtersings and specifications can be seen at the oitlce of L L Obenvarth Architect The successful contrac tors will bo required to furnish Se curity Co bond for not less than 50 per cont of priceCHAS J W MILAM 522t GEO L PAYNE Horse Timers Chronographs Split Seconds FiVeMinuteRepea Minute Repeaters In Gold Gold Filled And Silver FOR SALE BY ilL fl SELBERT Leading Jeweler WILLIAM YEOMAN A W MCKEE I I The Yeoman Carriage Co I Formerly the Seller Carriage Coi so Well and Favorably Known to People of Franklin County RIGHTLY MADEiVehicles require no better recommendation than hard service Hard service honest workmanship and honest prices have sold more carriages for ns than all the printed praise we could bestow upon them You can easily satisfy yourself that this is so and that you will obtain perfect satisfaction in every detailThe reputation we have established for good work and fair dealing under the firm name of the Seller Carriage Co founded by our Mr Yeoman and the late Henry Heimiller Eq in 187G we shall fully maintain in the sev ural departments of carriage building Our repair and repainting departments are fully equipped and we wish to say to our friends should they favor us with their business they are assured of getting the best work possible We have in our warerooms a complete stock of factorymade vehicles also a nice line of our own make of its usual splendid quality We are pre pared to build to order any style of pleasure vthcles YEOMAN McKEE Opposite Presbyterian Church VERSAILLES KY Ji11 FAYETTE TELEPHONE No 117 HEADQUARTERS FOR Jroeries pure lf9i8 Y FOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL USEGUARANTEED QUALITY Qood plourOur strop QSr specialty v JOHN ORISCOLL V Frankfort Kentucky r ANNOUNCEMENTSIllinois DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to New Orleans and tho weekly Southern Pacific S S Louisiana to Havana Leave Chicago and Cin cinnati Friday morning leave St Louis and Louisville Friday noon arrive New Orleans Saturday 1000 a m leave SfIrdn 200 p in arriving at Rtfna Monday morn lug Round IP and oneway through tlokJ s afc unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on application OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Panama Central and South America West Indies and Europe concisely sot forthtofn a special folder issued by Central R R Send for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and Call fornia via the Illinois Central and Now Orleans under tho auspices of Raymond S Whitoomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico and California via Now Orleans including a stopover for tho Mardi Gras also from Chicago Friday March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and Now Or loans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trams of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinating trips complete in every Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Jars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via Now Orleans and tho Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati I 1 11 every1ednosday NEW ORLEANS- A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit winter tourist rates now in effect i amble daily service and fast steamh ted vesti bulo trains with througi sleeping cars butlotlibrarysmok ig car service and all meals on loute in dining cars k for an illustrated book on New leans GULF 3RT MISS The Great outhern Hotel at- Gulfport1 on the Mexican ms 250 rooms single or iStemntelephoneInphis and the Illinois Centrals fast tmorning trains carrying sleeping and butletlibrary cars with a single change on same train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port and the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car SArIvice via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FULL PARTICULARS Concerning all of the above can bo had of agents of the Illinois Cen tral or by addressing tho nearest of tho undersigned representatives of tho Central- F W HARLOW D P Louisville A J McDOUGALL D P AINow Orleans v A H HANSON G P A ChicagoJtiOIomp- hisOASTOnJ4Bears theThuSignature of 5000000ILION COFFEEt In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums how Would You I like aCheck Like This Wi Have Awarded 20 1 IJFive Lion Heads cut from Lio Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to i the regular free premiums to I one vote The 2cent stamp cov I era our acknowledgment to you 1 t that your estimate is recorded 1 I You can send as many estia mates as desired the popular for all can didates combined November 3 for esti received Woolson Spice Com V 0 on or for estimate prize to the etc as Grand First Prize 500008 ilotnPrize Prize vvvvvvvfB8888 2 Prizes S60OOO 100000 will be awarded to one who nearest 6 Prizes 20000 100000 10 Prliea 10000It 100000 both our Fair Preal 20 prises 100000 dentlal Vote Contests 250 Prizes 2000It1000It 250000 100000 1800 Frizes 60O 900000 We PrIzes Grocers 1 25555554 aS2SiaSSLIon Coffee 2139 PRIZES TOTAL How Would Your Name Look on One of These Checks uses If you will use LION COFFEE enough to get acquainted with will be suited and convinced there is no other value for the money Then will take no otherand thats we advertise And i are using our advertising money that both of usyou as well as wewill get a benefit for WE GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS AND CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars in E pry Package of LION COFFEE WOOLSON SPICE CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO OHIO w FORKS OFELKHORN tiMr Lnruc Hookensmlth is id St attending the Fair this week tlifsJennie L Hnrt returned to Wednesday after a weeks stay with Miss Carrie Brook at Crescent View WlIiSR Calvert of Lexington is r the guest of Mrs Mart rluesdaytMrs Albert Hockensmith who has been ill is much better Misses Stark and Matthews of St Louis are the guests of Mrs M M Coffey Mr Howard Tellers has gone to Worlds Fair Mr Torn Bowen is very ill With typhoid fever is some better Mrs Nellie Cox spent last week In Frankfort Mrs Barry South J1oo was the guest of her mother Mrs Cuss South this week-s fromrbase ball tour where he has been on the go for a week Mr Bob Sutor wife and children of Harvieland were the guests of Mrs John Suter this week Mr und Mrs M M Coffey enter tamed lust night in honor of their guests Misses Stark Matthews of St Louis Every one enjoyed occasion very much Misses Sudie Featherston and What will be total vote cast for Preside votes k at the election m 8 1904 f In 1900 election 13959653 people voted President For nearest correct mates in panys office Toledo before W November 5 1904 we will give prize the nearest correct second next nearest etc of each the Is correct on Worlds and 6000 to Clerks coffee long it such why we so Hence your Lion heads the who and the first Allie Wikorsoi of r oxln ton are the guests of Mrs Wilkerson this place A KID CRAMPS DYSENTERY CHOL ERA WOUbs Dlnrrhoon and incited nil h wol byPerrysure and speedy euro for all the reputabledruggisttle has full directions Avoid sub stitutes thorn is but ono Painkiller Perry Davis 25c and 505 JNTERUBAN CHANGES Septemberpany will take off the cars due to leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8 and 10 p in and the cars due to leave Georgetown for Lexington at 7 and 0 p m Y ALEXANDER Pres 52tf JOHN EDGE Frankfort Ky Surveyor and ExaminerL- ate Sec 8 TmiB Pea Kidtfe Turnpike Co Will furnish abstracts of title and copy of survey of any land in Franklin county Defective titles by infant heirs outstanding con tracts mortgages or suits in court thoroughly examined for nonresi dents Correspondence solicited Special attention given to Pea Ridge 448m GOOD SPIRITS Good spirits dont all come from Kentu kyrrhei1 main source is the live rand all the fine spirits ever mode in the Blue Grass State cculd not remedy a bad liver or the hundredami me ill effects it pro duces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be in fine condi tion if you would fool buoyant happy old hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and success ful in your pursuits You can your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flowerthe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over thirtyfive years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 7 At all druggists lyr If you want Shingles see Hammond fc Go 504m CASORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of OLD TAYLORi THE PREMIER KENTUCKY WHISKEY 41 Kentuckyti t The State College at Keiltuoky t LEXING rmt KY The Agricultural and Mechanical S ate College of Kentucky offers the H following courses of study viz A riculiiril horticultural chemicui biolo engineering J providHllendilljfseparate faculty The general faculty numbers neatly fIfty professors and inatiuctore County appointees receive tuition room runt in dormitories fuel and expensesTho comprehensive and modern +Tho legislature appropriated tiO00a for n ollejfe homo for young women and 80000 for drill halt null g munRilll11 tor men Both building are com plated nnd in use Military tnct cs and science are fully provided for ns re quired by congress Graduates from tho several courses of study cndily find excellent positions nnd liberal remur4hton Tho demand is her ely in excess of tho abilityof the college to supply Last year the matriculation was 750 Specialists with the necessary number of assistants have charge of each d department of natural science Summer schools nre provided for pedagogy engineering nnd instruction in science The State College of Kentucky though bearing hitherto tho title of col lego is the only institution in the Commonwealth doing in nny proper sense university work The completion of the college home for young women provides facilities for good boarding and lodging It is equipped with nil modern conven fences including bath rooms and room for physical culture It is heated by steam nnd lighted by electricity An opportunity is thus afforded to them of n thorough education intclassics modern languages literature science mathematics logic physics history and political economy No other institution in the Stato of bytheFor catalogues met od of obtaining appointments informatiou regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D Or to D C FRAZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky 190449td Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quick st Schedules GEORGETOWNI CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA T LANrr A BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter Q E CLARKS T P A 89 Main Street Lexington Kentucky AshevIlle N C CENTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thous and feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favored portion of the temperate zone The official government records of tho climate of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following av erages Spring 5349 degrees F Summer 7072 degrees F Autumn 5348 degrees F Winter K887 degrees F With a moan for the whole year of 5415 degrees F and 651peLA natural paradise whero till hu man ills find quick reliofiRE ACIIED ONLY BY THE FOR SJThE A very desirable twostory BRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms cellar double porches carriage house and stable lot KentuckyIbe sold very cheap for cash or its equiv alent Apply at this office 4tf t I t00 tf 1 0 Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville No Memphis N O Ltd No Leaves 0 p m Arrives 745 n m L pNoi tpointstown and Hopklnsvillo except no r Sunday service to vllle Stops at nil stationsBNo Accommodation NO Leaves 480 p m Arrives 955 a m For Central City Connecting service to J and except ov f Sundays Stop at all stations Trains Run Daily INeW Fast Train f aIPACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May The now trains will leave St a m daily The evening trains to same points 1010 ni Double service lIscoFor further information call on or address R T G MATTHEWS Trav Act Ky H O TOWNSEND Gen Pass 8 Ticket Agt St Louis Mo tJ c OmnooMim nS6ljiisviiu T BET- WEENLouisville f AND Chicago BEST UINE TO CALIFORNIA IAND THE VAST NO HWES1r UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN ITA TIONIiCHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper AILoulnJUo L t