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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tin THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance IfVOL XXYIIL FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN 28 1806 NO 21 t CAUGHT IN ICE IThe good steamer Falls City came down the river on Wednesday afternoon and went as far as lock No4 when she found the 4ice too heavy and was forced to justbelowto await the melting of the ice PROPtir d Mr Henry Burckhardt Sr has purchased the twostory brick storeroom of Mr N F Richard t 1sn on Bridge street now occupied by Mr Nevill Collins as a meat store for 2500 cash This is a fine stand for the busi ness for which it is used It is BurckhardtIwill open a meat store at that place SELLS HIS FINE FARM Mr J P Hostetter has sold his fine farm known as the Tom Farmer place just opposite the Stewart Home six miles from this city on the Lawrenceburg pike containing about 400 acres to Mr Wallace Estill of Fayette county This is one of the best farms in that section of the coun try Mr Hostotter will come to this city to reside for a time at least STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY Capt W M Lyons Custodian of Public Buildings was stricken withapoplexy at the residence of Dr U V Williams on Steele street where he hoards at 2 oclockon Sunday morning Ho 1with 1OVER 10000 YARDS 1OFNEW j Embroideries Beginning Monday Morning Jan 30 We will place on sale over 10000 yards of the pret tiest Embroideries ever shown in Frankfort in Cam brie Nainsook and Swiss They will be put in 7 i different lots as follows tLOT 1 This lot contains Embroideries that are worth 7c 8c nnd lOc per yard you can have choice of anyone at Jc- LOTI 2This lot contains Embroideries that are 2 c r gcworthLOT 3This lot contains Embroideries 3i to 5 inches wide worth 15c 20c and25e 14cprIceLOT 4This lot contains some extra wide Ernbroid C20cLOT 6 24cworthLOT 6rhis lot contains nearly all wide Embroid CandLOT 7 pattmnsin c4OeREMEMBER this sale is for 10 days only Dont fail to take advantage of the extraordinary low prices hi KAGIN BRO 41 43 St Clair Street at Bridge yt Ji fi i INDICTED In the Fayette Circuit Court on Wednesday following up the revelations made in the trialof Bill Britton for the murder of James Cockrill indictments were HargisAlex chargingBritton and Curtis Jett to murder James Cockrill marshal of the town of Jackson probablybeparties in Breatnitt county based upon the evidence in the case of HargisFrenchAltogether it is a sweet kettle offish Dr Wearers Treatment Syruppurif he blood Cerate heal kin crupUeu BUYS HOME FOR DAUGHTER Gov W 0 Bradley has pur chased the handsome residence property of Dr S B Holmes on presenteditSouth The price paid was a good one l ut is private growintoend in consumption and death- Watch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup VERDICT FOR 2000 The jury in the case of Barbour v C 0 Railway Co returned a verdict of 2000 damages for the killing of Miss Barbour at the Gainey bridge on the L N R Miss Barbour attempted to cross the bridge to rescue her brother but was caught and killed TONIC TO THE SYSTEM For liver troubles and constipa tion there is nothing better than DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little Pills They do not weaken the stomach Their action upon the system is mild pleasant and harmless Bob Moore of LaFayette Indsays No use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All pills I have used gripe and make mo sick in the stomach and never cured me DeWitts Little Early Risers proved to be the long sought relief They are simply perfect Persons traveling find Little Early Risers the most re thomlSoldNEW PROPRIETOR Mrs Frank H Duvall has come to this city to reside and lutes rented the old Weitzel Houso on Lewis street lately occupied by Mrs John Hayden and has opened a firstclass boarding house Those desiring good rooms good food and homelike entertainment should see Mrs Duvall She knows how to keep a good house- COUNTRY HOME BURNED The residence of Mrs Reuben Brown some six miles from this city on the Louisville pike and occupied by her and the family of her son Mr John 11 Brown was totally destroyed by firo about 480 oclock on Friday afternoon Tho loss was total and amount ed to some 4000 or 5000 But little fuinituro was saved Wo undorstund that there was insurance to the amount of 8000 04S T oaEABeari thetheSignature Y of i ti t- tt ICITY ASSESSOR ELECTED AND POLICE AP POINTED The City Council at its session on Monday night elected Mr S Thos Pence City Assessor in place of RogersThe same time confirmed tho following nomina byMayorY D Mangan Chief James Brown H Davis Harrod Nevill White Z T Thomason Jas Lil lis Ernest Collins Austin Robin son and Richard Johnson The police force is the same as last year except that Mr Richard Johnson is appointed to serve on the West Side SELLS HOME Mr Ed J Roberts has sold his pretty cottage home on Campbell street between Logan and Murray streets to Mr Frank Rossen Mr Roberts had the property in fine condition The price is pri vate A lazy liver makes a lazy man Burdock Blood Bitters is the nat ural never failing remedy for a lazy liver OLDFASHIONED CONCERT On Tuesday February 7 the ladies of the Episcopal Church will give an oldfashioned Concert at the Opera House in this city that promises to eclipse all previous efforts made by these ladies in the way of entertainments given in behalf of the goodfeuturesyou are assuredof an evenings entertainment that will carry you LangSyneeration a chance to see how our grandmothers looked on dress willIsongs new voices for the best talent in the city will participate WANTED MEN AND WOMEN III this county and adjoining territories to represent and advertise an old established house of solid financial standing Salary to men 21 weekly to women 12 to 18 weekly with expenses advanced ouch Monday by cheek direct from headquarter Horse and buggy posHiollI Terrible plagues those itching pestering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Doans Ointment euros At any drug store A NEW YEARS GIFT TO CAPT DAVID A MURPHY Captain David A Murphy Su perintendent of Construction of the United States Public Buildings now on duty in this city is the honored recipient ofn price less New Years gifta pollster bust of himself size 18x24 inches in gilt frame under glass The plaster plaque is a workof high art and strikingly lifelike in expression The Captains soldier face and shoulders are not idealized but presented withu11 their rugged features Tho bust and frame is the gift und handiwork of his friend Mr Joseph Wilbording the Italian sculptor and artist whoso studio is at Norwood 0 It is a gift of affection and would honor the Governor of Kentucky or any College President Tho sculptor wo understand has been at work on it at odd times for six months Maysvillo Ledger For the Roundabout A PROLOGUE A person must go abroad to findout what is going on at homeSitting by the hotel heater one man evidently a lawyer askedYhis companion if he knew about the new law firm just started After a little conversation aboutYthe matter a stranger sitting next pleaseIyou mention lawyers and I am in a little trouble and need a lawyer So would be glad if you would direct me to one After receiving the information and thanking them in answer to a question he handed them a document with eight signatures attached and said 1 bought five thousand acres of land in Eastern Kentucky some time ago It pllrtiesTwowives also but the other two signed not only their own names but their wives names too Since then the two women have died so now I cant get their natures nor dispose of the proprerty for want of them That reminds me ofa mixed up affair down in Franklin county reverse of your case however said the other because the woman signed the man did not Down there a man died intes tate leaving five hundred acres of land and several heirs two in fonts When his land was sold at buyerfoundunsigned deed except that the wife of the previous owner had signed it so the buyer at great expense had to send to another signedBut factured deed hold goodsaid I the stranger Yes I think it would said the until some one went up against it or the two infants became of age and asked for their share of their fathers estate Besides no viola Hon of our law took place fcxr uo mutter who signed it the injury r was done in another State happeninfor when I was in Frankfort years ago the law required a mUll to pay his tax und register sixty days before election A young man who had complied with the j law a weuk after registering died tbut he cline down from the come 4 tery and voted at the election They have a strange way of i IVfriendman I have forgotten his name but it was somewhere out liar dinsville way died first and made his will afterwards REX j LETTER LIST h 1 The following js the list of letters to be advertised for the weolteudttiny Saturday January 2S 1005 Bonnet Nannie Kulor J W Curl ton G G Cleveland Jnu 2 Collins E E Crane OraleefiDedrick J G t Frankfort Mining Envosinieit CoGray G W OrlBB Mollie Harrod mf1CHunt Him Thomas Jones Mrs Annie 2 Kent Mrs J S Kirby Ellen Oldham Mrs Joan Thomas Miss Martha 2 Wallace Terrell Watkins Mrs Frank White C Wright Addie Persons calling for the above lottors will please say advertised1 E M DRAN IIPM1 Two million Americans suiVor the torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bit tors cures At any drug store 1 t j H t f The confident feeling that your dinner table t is perfectly correct in its appointments can be realized ifyou have a service of 1835 R Wallace Silver Plate Mrs Rorers illustrated book How to Set the Tabletb is full of timely hints You may have a copy if you call M A SELBERT H s PERSONAL Col Chas M Lewis of Shelby v ill 0 was hero on Monday Dr J A J Alexander of Spring Station was a visitor here Monday f Mrs 11 B Adams visited friends i in Versailles this week Mr Geo L Barnes visited his family in this city Sunday i Mr J Hal Woodford of Paris was here on Friday Col E H Taylor Jr went to Chicago Ills on Friday night Mr John P Hanley spent Sunday with relatives in Louisville Mr John W R Williams has- gone on a business trip to Indiana Roy Ed H Bull returned to his homo in Hopkinsville on Thursday Col Thos M Porter and wife of Covington were hero this week Mrs A DL Slack and son have gone to Florida on a trip Col Noel Gaines left Tuesday night for Washington City I Mr Joo LeCompte of Lexingtor spent Sunday here Miss Maggie Boil of Elizabeth town was the guest of Miss Lucilo Sam cols this week p 3Iiss Bessie Snyder of Lexing ton was the guest of Mrs Ada Garrett this week Miss Bessie Goodwin and Miss Hat riett Evans visited friends in Chicago Ills this week Rev Ed H Bull of Hopkins ville was called here by the death of his father Mr S C Bull Sr r Mr Jas M Wakefleld made Il business trip to Beattyville this week Mr J S Kelly of Bardstown H was in attendance upon the Court of Appeals Friday LMr John T Hinton oxRepre e from Bourhon county Fridayi McClure has re trip to Rich mond Va Mr H C Dunigan of Shelby vine was a visitor hero on Tues day returning home that night Mrs Jas W Innes and children of Lotnsport Ind visited rela tives hero this week Mr R W Tilford of Greenville Miss visited relatives hero this week rl Miss Sallie Chinn is visiting her niece Mrs W H Todd in Madi son Ind Col E H Tayl r Jr returned Monday from a business trip to Chicago Ill- sirlne muter the Cincinnati Cigar Commercial man was here this week lair Tipton of Mt Ster liugvisitel her sister sirs E C OKcar this week Mrs John J Grillln has moved to Louisville with her family to reside there Dr T It Welch of Nicholasvllle wits culled hero to see his friend t Capt W M Lyons Miss Nina Belle Tucker of Louis ville was the guest of Mrs John G South this Week Col Elijah G Sobree of Header son one of the jolliest fellows in KentucKy was hero this week DR E C ROEMELE Specialist on Diseases of Children 1Offico and ndrtfiicw nbovo VEITZEL d ODONNELL Muln St TELEPHONES Old i84 New 136 I t a Ito I Deputy Colleotor H C Herndon of Boyd county has boon in tho city this week Mr Davis visited his son Dr Maurice Davis in Lexington this Sam C Bull and Mr Win A Bull returned to their homo In Greenville Miss on Thursday Mrs Sue I Graves of Logans port lad visited her mother Mrs H B Innes this week Mr W L Weller circuit court clerk of Jelferson county was hero on Wednesday Mr J G Marksbury of Shelby villo who has been tho guest of relatives here has returned home Gov W O Bradley of Louisville was the uest of his daughter Mrs John G South this week Mr James Barrett of the Ken tucky River Government force spent Monday in Louisville daughterMrslay in Louisville Miss Lena laughlin of Lexing ton was the guest of her sister Mrs C E Collins this week Miss Addle Jouett was tho guest of her brother Dr John W Jouett at Eminence this week Mrs Vimont of Louis ville visited her sister Mrs Hen G Williams this week Hon T J Elmore of Mayfield was here this week where he served so long as a State Senator Mrs W F Barret who has been tho guest of relatives in Louisville has returned house Mr W D Ro left Monday for Louisville wherc he will soon open up his business house Mr Clay H Hatchitt and wife of Newtown visited her mother Mrs R P Pepper this week Mrs AJ W Smith of Louisville was the guest of Col Richard Mor vis this week- Postmaster Geo W Hutehoson of Llwrenceburg was in the city on Monday Dr G M Lillard and Mr J H Flippin of Lawronceburg were in the city Monday Miss Bottle Grant of Louisville was called here by the death of Mr Sam C Bull Mrs D C Crutoher of George town visited her laughter Mrs H S Kollor hero this week Mrs Denton of Bagdad was the truest of Mrs Jas h Eggleston Holmes street this week Mr John l1 Scott of Louisville was the guest of his mother Mrs Win T Scott this week Miss May Cromwell of Jetts was the guest of Miss Fiorina Havens Monday Mr W G Mnlholland of Louisville was tho guest of Miss Luelle Samuel Fourth Ave this week Mrs Henry S Barker of Louisville visited her husband Judge H S Barker hero this week Mrs J B Lewis of Versailles is the guest of Mrs W H Lewis at Woodlake MrThns G Steimrt of Winches ter was the guest of his brother Mi1 John H Stuart this week Miss Ruth Matthows of Now Castle attended tho gornmn at tho Capital Hotel Thursday night Mrs Grant Green and sons of New York City are guests of her parents Col John Davis and wifeMiss Bollo IC Ribbon of Cincin nati who has been tho guest of Mr G F Berry and ulfe at Juni per Hill has returned home Miss Nora Lindsey of Brooklyn N Y who has boon tho guest of Mrs Adele Gaines Tanner has re turned home is d id t set 7 Ml2 FLOURisyftBto nwny per groceries but a special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger and C W SunellfMaster W C Young who has been the guest of Mr Steele Reading has returned to his house in Shelby county Mr Win P Williams and wife of SaturdaybySam C Bull Sr Miss Ruth Matthews of New Castle who hats been the guest of Miss Mary Hollo Taylor at Thistle ton has returned homeIMrs Win county who has been the guest her brother Mr J W Marksbuiy has returned home Miss Ruth Robinson who has been the guest of her sister Mrs A A Bailey at Bagdad has re turried home IProf J C Willis of the Southern School Journal Lexington was the guest of Rev C R Hudson this week Mrs Clarence Lebus Miss Virginia Hart and Miss Anna GosfettIof Cynthiana were guests Ed Finnell this week Mr Stoddard J Payne who has been a soldier in the regular army in the Phillipines is at home on a visitMrs Z T Thotnason who has been visiting the family of Mr Brack Stone at Greenville Tonn has returned home Hon J C S Blackburn wI o has been here looking after his political fences has returned to Washington City Mr Suml C Bull Jr and Mr W A Bull of Greenville Miss won called hero Saturday by the death of their father Mrs W H Lewis arid her guest Mrs J B Lewis of Woodlake attended the Whitosidos perform ance at Capital Theatre on Monday nightMiss Spicio Belle South of Jetts was the guest of relatives hero Sunday and Monday Miss South sang bountifully at the Y M C A on Sunday She is an accom plished vocalis- tOLLTHE COUCH lAND CURE THE LUNGS Kingstw PriceFOOUGHS 100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK 1844 WE ARE ALL FAMILIAR IVith the deep hoarso bark grimly en 1I1a graveyard cough It is the cry of the tortured lungs for mercy Give them mercy in the form of Allens Lung Balsam a remedy for pulmonary trouble so highly es teemed that it is recommendedi even in the earlier corn sumption In the later stages mortal skill is unavailing No body can afford to neglect a cold II j Sour StomachNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour ris ings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre sents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure In digestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach KodolDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Gives Health to the Sick and Strength to the Weak Bottles only 100 Size holding VA times the trial size which sells for 50c Prepared by B 0 DeWitt di Chicago For sale by J W Gayle druggist ASK FOR THE 1905 KODOI ALMA AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR lfgenuineLaxative the remedy that cures n cold In one d- ayESCAPED Women and Men From the Clutches of the Doctor Undertaker and Grave Digger THE NAMES OF FEW PEOPLE WHO ARE HAPPY AND FREE FROM RHEUMA TISM LIVER AND KIDNEY DISEASE USING DENNS SURE SAFE AN SPEEDY CURE Mr Geniiings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspccd and wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife Maynord Ave Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High Mr Miracle and wife GrocerW Broad Rev Dawson Rev J J Shiugler President John Culbersou High an Maynard St Mr Witson and wife Northwood Av Rev SluUtz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper responsible witnesses of what Dean Sure Safe Speedy Cure can do But trya 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you be surprised at the immediate help it affords For sale a- tCAYLES Sore fI BBQrg 1Ya1IeisosLolleis I i Eutopo 1 WIII Be l 0 Leading Feature t or TI- IeCourierJournal During 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRA CTI V E DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COM PLETE NEWSPAPER Mail Rates Daily COURIER JOURNAL year 80 Dally and Sunday year 8 Weakly year 1 COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get theIROUNDABOUTand Weekly CourierJouinal both one year fcr only 150 onlyAllbination oiler must bo sent through the Roundabout Ol- lceFREE A SIXPAGE CALENDAR WALL ATLAS Mill of Kentucky showing every Post ottluu County Railroad Kuilroad Sta tion mill River An alphabetictil index locating towns ofDMap of United StatesaMap of Nicaragua and Panama Canal with reports of tho Congressional com itteoti Map of Kntstern Hemisphere Map of Western llfinisphere Map of Japan Cores cud Sent of Ruaso JapancHU War 1An Attractive Calendar for 1105 and tho Flags of all Nations in colors 1900eThis Atlas is worth 2 and absolutelysnot Hng by subscribing for the Louisville Evening PostDAILY 1 YEAR 300 DAILY MONTHS 200 SATURDAY ONLY 1 YEAR 100 t td1t foJII Special Sale of Muslin Underwear I Special of New I and Shirt at Special Sale I ssl1 J KIRBY ROBERTS At the Catholic Rectory on Wednesday Mr Taylor N Kirby and Mrs Lizzie Downey Roberts were mar ried by Rev Father Thos S Ma jor Mr Kirby is the present efficient jailer of his county His bride is the widow of Mr Henry M Roberts Private to Gov Bradley and is the of Mrs Mary Downey this Knoxville Tenn on Tuesday Mr B F Mitchell and Miss Ophelia Thomason were married Mr Mitchell is a prominent young business man of Knoxville His bride is the handsome laughter of Officer Z T Thomason of this city She was visiting her relative Mr Brack Stone in Greenville when she met and was won by her husband THE LEGISLATURE So far as the settlement of the site for the now Capitol building is concerned the Legislature is practically just where it started nearly three weeks ago The House on Wednesday by a vote of 49 to 28 decided in favor of the Hunt site i On Thursday the Senate by a vote of 18 to 15 decided in favor of the grounds now by 1the Institute for Feebleminded So there you are In so far as accomplishing any thing looking towards the settle ment of this vexed question the session has been an failureIt like the two bodies were playing at crosspurposesIVe regret politics position in or the dominant party to is cutting a largo swarth in the matter Frankfort desires to see this matter settled and that at once and will be satisfied with whatever is doneso it is dono quickly t BUYS NEW HOME Mr E P Denton of the Ben son Valley has purchased the homo of his mother at Bagdad and will remove to that place to 1 reside in the near futuro His new homo cost him 3500 For Saturday and all Next Week- We will give a special discount ofIOf of our new Spring line of the celebrated lOper cent UnderwearGAND Refined StylesBeautiful Quality Moderate Prices Showing Embroideries Skirts Waists w SoFA R JVLE RMARRIED Secretary daughter CountyMITCHELLTHODIASOTIn occupied expensive sincerely FINE MEETING The meeting being conducted at the Versailles Baptist Church has gone on its way notwith standing the inclement weather very successfully There have been some sixteen to twenty ad ditions to the membership the ChurchRev M B Adams of this city has been preaching twice a day for three weeks and tho peo ple of Versailles and the news papers speak in the highest terms of his sermons Mr Adams is expected homo today and will fill his appoint ments at his own church tomor row REFUSE TO COME TO LEX INGTON Bench warrants having issued from the Fayette Circuit Court for the Breathitt county conspira tors to murder James Cockrill the officer appointed to make the arrests was met with a refusal of the parties to come to Lexington having had themselves arrested andadmitted to bail before one o f their benchmon a magistrate of Breathitt countyIWe did not know before that mon charged with murder could so easily slip through the meshes of the law We will now see whether Breath itt county is superior in authority- to the State of Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR lLA YOnI We are authorized tu announce Sir KEENER TAYLOR as a sandidato for Mayor of the city of Frankfort subject to the action of the Democratic party Elec ion November D05 20to THE DIAMOND CURE The latest news from Paris is ihat they have discovered dia nond euro for consumption If you fear consumption or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T McGeo fanleer Tenn I had a ofI for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings STew Dscovery for Consumption toughs and Colds which gave in stunt relief and effected a permanent cure Unequalled quick sure for Throat and Lung roubles At all stores guarunteed1frinI BEATHS HERNDONAt the residence of her brother Judge W C Hern don on Tuesday night Miss Hal lie Herndon of heart failure su perinduced by pneumonia Miss Herndon was the daughter of the Into Mr W T Herndon a prominent citizen and business man of this city before tho civil warShe was a handsome cultivated and refined Christian lady She had traveled extensively and was unusually well informed While she regarded this city as her home she spent considerable time with her sister Mrs John Morgan in Lexington She was a devoted member of the First Presbyterian Church of this city She leaves two sisters Mrs John Morgan of Lexington and Mrs Lewis Castleman of Mis souri one brother Judge W C Herndon of this city and one adopted sister Mrs J F Lewis of Buffalo N Y to mourn her death Besides these she was widely connected and tenderly loved by many relatives and friendsThe funeral services were con ducted by Rev Dr J McC Blay ney from the residence of her brother Judge W C Herndon an Conway street on Thursday morning at 11 oclo- ckSouthern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort older etc send two cent tamp to MR GEO B ALLEN Assailant General Passenger Agent St Louis Mo I H HUNGERFORD District Paasenger Agent Louisville Ky Impossible to foresee an accident Not impossible to be pre Mired for it Dr Thomas Eclec tric Oil Monarch over pain FORCED TO STARVE B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not eat After vainly try ing everything else I cured it with Buoklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At all drug stores only 25c OLD TAYLOR THE PREMIER t KENTUCKY WHISKEYi t4 j j E H TAYLOR JR fc SONS Proprietors Frankfort Kentucky ir ii j fI Have you seen the new four of income bond issed by THE EQUITABLE I LIFE k1sInterest and principal papable in gold Interest be 1 at once and continues for twenty years i4 death when the face of bond becomes Iginsand payable I shall be pleaded to call give full information concerning same RALPH R WILSON OLD PHONE 43 Value JOHN DRISCOLL The Leading Grocer SPECIALL The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentucky Hand Made I Sour Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky BIG WATER Tho slush sleet and snow went off on Wednesday with a rush making all the small streams rise very rapidly Main Elkhorn rose over six feet up to Thursday morning and was still rising and running out with a rush we Early RisersLittleThe famous little pills Till LOUISVILLE EVENING POST An Independent Newspaper AT THE RATE OF ONLY 2Jt PER MONTH By MAIL A deportment fur everybody FAIREST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST MISCELLANY BEST SHORT STORIES BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST CHILDRENS PAPER BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF ONK PEAR 300 SIX MONTHS 200 THREE MONTHS lurONE MONTH fOo Sample cory if you wish Address Circulation Dept THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky ROUNDABOUT year 100 Tho 1005Ihpage Calendar Wnll Atlas 100 Tho Louisville Daily Evening Post on independent newspaper 8 00 Total 500 The special reduced price for 1905 851 w6f 11 K fI AGENT Quality JOHN New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH ArTHE PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May 19 The new trains will leave St a in daily The evening trains to same points 1010 daily Double dally service- Through sleeping ear service for SanFran Isco Excursion tickets now on Palo For further information call on or address R T MATTHEWS Tray Pass ALt Louisville Ky H 0 TOWNSEND Gun Pass Ticket ARt St Louis Mo 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ca sketch and description ma quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably ahl tions strictly contlilontlal on 1atenta sent free Oldest securing patents Patents taken through Mnnn x Co receive tptetal notice without charge in tho Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culatlon of an aclentlflo Journal Terms a newsdealersMUNN J J i jhJij f THeFianKfortfloundaDoiit Entered at the postofllce nt Frankfort Ken lucky secondclass nmilnble matter fiEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub t FRANKFORT JANUARY 28 1905 t r TO OUR PATRONS f tf We will in a few days send out bills to our patrons for their subscriptions to the Roundabout The amounts due from each in smalljutto a very considerable sum and t will help very materially to make thevheels go round We trust the response will be prompt and assuring for which we shalljbo duly grateful tf t THAT DIRT NUISANCE We have been requested to call f the attention of the Board of Edu t cation and the city authorities to the condition of the new granitoid sidewalk leading from the corner of Bridge street to Taylor Ave The dirt taken from the extension of the street car line is still piled jip there so that it is almost im possible to pass that way and when the weather is soft the mud slush and water are something awful through which the teachers schoolIare say nothing of the citizens living on streetsl time this nuisance i f COURTtThe jury in the case of Macklin l A L N and F C Ry Co- tendered a verdict on Saturday awardingii00 against the L Nand X300 against the F C Ry 4Ed Diamond coloredwas qfjren three years in the Pen for houR brQllldng l HE above picture of the man and fish is the trade mark ofScotts Emulsion and is the synonym for strength and purity It is sold In almost all the civilized coun tries of the globe- If the cod fish became extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of Scotts Emul 1lion found a way of preparing liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable v taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thing in the world for weak backward children thin delicate people and nil conditions of wasting and lost strength ISend fur free sample SCOTT S BOAVNE CHEMISTS 40041C 1IIAHL STHEKT SEW roils and 1100 All druggists 1 t j lW W41aa Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Breath Faint and Languid DrMilesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured Me It has been five years since I was cured of heart trouble by Jour Heart Cure and Nerv ine and am just as sound as a dollar in that organ today For several years I had Breathinghadshort about the heart sometimes accompanied with fluttering would make me nnd least excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt trouble was growing worse all the time and after tryiig many remedies prescribed by physicians without obtaining relief I was induced to your remedies a trial I was relieved the second day and after taking three or four bottles all neversowedKIKACOFE Chincoteague Va There are many symptoms of heart disease which so of more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attending physician Often in cases of heart stomach kidneys liver or lungs become affected Again the symptoms may be those of weakened nerves as tired feeling sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily excitable and apt to worrywithout cause If you have the least our heart is weak study your symptoms and begin the use of Heart Cure the heart and blood tonic without a days delay All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr Miles Remedies send free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases Addrew Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind SPLENDID ADDRESS Rev John R Sampey D D of the Southern Baptist Theo loijjonl Seminary at Louisville delivered an address to the Bap tist Young Peoples Union and the Barraca Class of the First nightlastpletely filled the big audience roomHis theme was the love of Jon athan and David It was a masterly and at the same time a tender and loving appeal to the young people es peciallly but included all to rise to that higher and grander affec tion one toward one another that is so forcefully displayed in the character of these heroes of the olden times and which led them to an unselfish preference of the one over the other In language simple and yet in pure and classic English he held before his audience that still higher love that surrendered the glories of heaven to become the Savior of the lost Dr Sampey is a great favorite with Frankfort people and he strengthened his hold upon their affections by the address of Sun day night THE BLIZZARD On Tuesday morning the day opened mild and gloomy but about 0 oclock it commenced to snow and there was a steady fall for about five hours Then it cleared away for about two hours and the snow began to melt The wind rose and it turned suddenly cold and the mercury continued to fall until at 12 oclock that night it reached zero and re mained at that figure several hours Later going to three be low zero The blizzard had been predicted by the weather bureau and came in great shape SPEEDY RELIEF A salve that heals without a scar is DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve No remedy effects such speedyrelief It draws out in flammation soothes cools and heals all cuts burns and bruises A sure cure for Piles and skin diseases DeWitts is the only genuine Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits they are dangerous Sold hyJ W Gayle TRIBUTE TO GOOD MAN The large audience which at tended the funeral of Mr Samuel C Bull Sr at the First Presby terian Church on Sunday morn ing was a fitting tribute to the character and life of the good man gone to his reward His life was an open book und he Jived the religion ho professed without cant und ostentation b Jr JU= JaCII KENTUCKYS CONVENTION OF YOUNG MEN We have before us a copy of the announcement of the Twenty Seventh Annual State Convention of the Kentucky Young Mon Christian Associations to be held in the city of Owensboro February 1019 1905 These conventions are always looked forward to with great interest and attract wide recognition throughout the State because of their large repre sentations of men from all parts of the State and the strong pro gram presented Among the speakers for this convention are President F W Hinitt D D Danville Frank H Burt Chicago S D Gordon Cleveland C C Michener Dr Geo J Fisher A G Knebel Geo B Hodgr Tom Keenan New York City B W Peck State Secretary Minnesota President J C Acheson Danville and other representative men of the State The music will be in charge of E W Peck of Minnesota and ho will have the assistance ot the Henderson Male Chorus and the Boys Or chestra of the Louisville Associa tionThere are to be several new and important features of the conven tion this year which will add largely to its efficiency First three Normal Bible Classes taught by three expert instructors each class to meet three times during the convention second a State Gymnasium and Athletic Contest participated in by the delegaes third the Association exhibit will be given a place of prominence and will be very helpful to every student of the Association movement fourth a Womens Committee Conference will bo held in connection with the convention and attended by delegates from the several omens Commitees throuczi t the State The educational social physical and religious de partments of the Association work will he discussed under the lead ership of men who are among the Associations best experts in the country There will be especial conferences city railroad stu dent countyat which some of the problems in these departments will be thoroughly discussed Large delegations from the sev entynine Associations of the State are expected this year at Owensboro In addition to these men members of evangelical churches in communities where there are no Associations and who are interested in Christian work for young men Ole invited to attend nnd participate in the convention as corresponding members A limited delegation of not over five from such a community will be onterained by the citizens of Owen boro providing applica tion for credential giving name and address of pastor or clerk of church is sent to the State Secretary by February 10th The railroads of the State have given a rate of one and onethird fare for the round trip For all delegates passing through Louis ville en route to the convention the Henderson RouteHSt L R R will run a Con vention Special on Thursday Feb ruary 16 leaving the Seventh St Depot at 1 p in arriving at Owensboro at 5 p m For program of the Convention information about credentials etc inquire at the local Associa tion or address Henry E Rose vear State Secretary Third and Broadway Louisville WANTED Special representative in this and adjoining territories in connection with the Wholesale De partment of oldestablished business house of solid financial standing Salary 21 weekly with ex penses plod each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced position per manent Wo furnish everything Address THE COLUMBIA 080 Monon Building Chicago Ill 1924t MOTHERS BE CAREFUL Of the health of vour children Look out for Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Stop thorn in time One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy Harmless and pleasant Sold by J W Gayle jjI I J Pleasant to take 1 Laxative Syrup J NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor tAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts areithe best medicines for Constipation as they bring about a normal action of the bowels wh n minerals and their salts are irritating to the intestines LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege table Compound and if used in Constipation will bring about a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness Bloated Feeling etc 1 Y our money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLEt N OW IS THE PROPER TIME TO Glaze Your Windows 4 I have an immense stock oftGLASSall sizes and dn interest you as to price and quantity FRANK G STAGG Hardware Paints Oils Etc LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANYtLOCAL TIMETABLE EFFEC1IVE OCT 16 1904 PA CTR IINnJNo2No4 DailyEx AM AMILeave Stations INo 8fMls INo1 IBXBnJ IPM iIAM I f 745 0 ILexington 0 1010 005 225I 825 Winchester 928 I 918ro Clay City w 887 416 923 Btanton 88485 054 Natural Bridge 801 449 02 Torrent 62 747 488t1029 Beatty ville Junction 7 aI616 1180 94Jackson 025 1 Trains No and connect at O K Junction with the O K for Cannel City local pointy on that line Trains No land I connect at Beatty villo Junction with thu L tr for Trains Nos and 8 connect with the 0 O Uy at L E Junction tIt Sterling and local station ndIJ R BARR CHARLES SCOTT General Manager G P A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No 22 Daily Daily ills Ex Sand Ex Bum A M Lvo P M Lv ISthtionae r Ar No 83 No LEaAMAr PMAr t o 9110I 2851 Jackson 880 1120 0 280 O K Junction 835 1120 843I 152 158 Hampton 981158 12 Leo City 510 12i2 19 10I 122 HulQClmw 518 1228 741I 105 Cannot City 545 1245 Nos and 2 will makoleloyu connection ut O tr K Junction with Nos and for pointy on the LezingtonandlEasternRailway M LCONLEY Superintendent y 1I i Dissolution Sale J t THE BIG DISSOLUTION SALE OF Weitzel ODonnell Willonlylast two weeks longer If you have not attended this sale dont fail to do so Everything in this immense kstockof Dry Goods Notions and ReadytoWear Garments is being sold at prices that make them Rlal and Rare Bargains Lots or Odds and Ends on the Bargain Counters Underwear Hosiery Gloves Corsets etc ialsohundreds of Remnants of all kindwhich will be sold at ridiculously low prices Come and see for yourself SPE CIA SuitsLf on display at our store SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN i PEA RIDGE Several of our people attended the funeral of Mr Bull at Frank fort last Sunday Mr Bull was a gcod man He would go for miles to start a Sundayschool or assist one He was a great favor ite witn our people and we are very sorry to lose him We are not a bloodthirsty unfortunatelyynothing else will do for them but killingThis applies to the artist of the Louisville Herald That picture of the legal celebrities of Frank fort at the reception to Judge Car Toll at the residence of Col J A Scott is simply atrocious Our r venerable Sage knows Judge Bur nam and says the picture is not a bit like the He was speak 1874tBut come to our own county if Judge Polsgrove looks like that picture the County Committee utjgone to see the artist but think ing that if their skill and learn ing equalled thier pictures there was not enough legal ability in the crowd to clear him in case of troubleIf State House Commission will go outside the city for a site they can not do better than take Montrose or Highland Home or bcth They can be got for very reasonable figures now Not a dollar need be spent for landscape gardening etc for the river hill forest and lake are already there If these places will not do we are authorized to offer ten acres of land hero and enoughrock to build the founda tion Contract will be signed the minute the Commission accept and fifty men set to work getting out rock the same lay Reports that the Stoops farm I has been sold and as often con tradicted have been made here It seems that about thirtyfive t years ago a number of colored people bought small tracts of the Russell farm and when a report of land in Kansas at 125 per acre came here numbers of them left for Kansas without being able to sell their land so it fell into abeyance and was used with the big farm when it was rented for a number of years By a strange coincidence a citi zen of Kansas bought the Russell farm and still stranger when farmIwas greater part kill Stoop family moved to Kansas not far from where these colored people had located So certain inquiries were made Among the purchasers were ill 0 10Dowell Tyler Russell and An Anthonys place was lo cated on the place now occupied by Mr W Stoops Tyler bought twelve acres on another part of same tract besides others Rev Mr Florence of Lexington has been called for this year to the Choateville Church with 1willpering SCRIBE Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup for tho blood Cerate for akin eraptiang AIVOMAN eertninlykeptthe In liana legislature In the February he publishes a story that ho calls Mrs Pro theroe Talk about a glimpse behind the scenes With his delicate irony and neat characterization The Gen tleman front Indiana shows us Alonzo a rural Senator in his first term whose intense self respect blinds him to most of what is happening roundabout He attacks with virtuous indigna tion a Sunday Baseball Bill his maiden speech on this subject ought to be a classic Suddenly a beautiful lady with gray furs and an automobile takes a violent interest in Alonzo It is insinuated to him that she is a lobbyist but ho repels the idea with scorn And we can all guess what hapj pened to the Sunday Baseball Bill STAMPING GROUND Quite a number of persons filled their xice houses last weekwith clear pure ice four to five inches thickMr Frank Tomlinson who has been living in Illinois for several years has returned and will make Kentucky his home again We regret to learn that little Miss Cornelia Thomason daugh ter of Mr R L Thomason is dangerously ill from the effects of scarlet fever Mr J M Whitton and niece Miss Ruby of Greenwood Ind were guests of his brother Mr J S Whitton Jast week Mr Rucker who has the contract for drilling the public well has met with hard luck His drill stuck in the well when down some forty feet and resists all efforts to dislodge it Our old people are standing the rigors of winter remarkably well Squire Lindsay 85 and his wife 80 are enjoying reasonably good hen thoUnole Jesse Hambrick who has not walked a step for sex oral years is as lively as a cricket J B Kelly 7nnd sister Mrs Wilson are housed in but getting through the winter fairly Uncle Billy Abbott past 90 gets around like a boy Mrs Sallie A Glass nearly 91 is serene ai d happy in her second girlhood Uncle Ben Miller perhaps 88 sel dom gets out but is doing well his ago considered The new Peoples Bank is ready businessRumor it that Miss Mae Stone formerly of this commu nity but now of Greenville Tenn has met her fate and been married We hope she has done well UNO CHANGE OF TIME OF TRAINS NOS 9 AND 10QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE On and after January 9th trains Nos 9 and 10 will run daily ex cept Sunday They now run daily tf REACHING THE SPOT It Can be Done so Scores of Frankfort Citizens Say To cure an aching back The pains of rheumatism The tiredout feelings You must reach the spotget- at the cause kidneysDoans kidneysMrs Elizabeth Johnson wife of W M Johnson market man re at 340 Blanton street says grentlybenefitted Kidney Pills Some time ago he had an attack of rheumatism the attack being so severe that he was hardly able to move about From that time on his kidneys seemed to be badly affected for he complained a great denlof a steady dull aching pain across his back and sharp pains in his kidneys especially if he stooped or lifted anything A weakness of the kidney secretions was very annoying lit night as it disturbed his rest One evening I saw Doans Kidney Pills advertised in our paper and a box was pro cured at J W Gayles drug store He began taking them at request and to my glad surprise as well as his own he noticed almost im mediate relief In a short time the backache had entirely left him the difficulty with the kid ney secretions had been corrected and he felt as well as ho overdid For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agent for the United States- Remember the name Doans and take no other LA FARGE ON ALLEGORIES John La Fargo apologizes in the February McClures for reading meanings into one of the great Allegories of paint ing he describes Wo only wish he would read more at length his sympathetic interpretation of all the One Hundred Master pieces which he is considering in this series The pretty frolic of Titians laughing babies Poussins faith ful record of Echo and Narcis SllSMurillos touching St Anthony are here revealed in their inner sense to all art lovers however technically untrained What a privilege it is to receive this distinguished critics success ful translation of the art of the brush into that of the pent SALE OF STOCK c By reference to the advertisement of Mr John P llostetter in another column it will be seen that he will sell a largo lot of stock personal property etc at his farm known as the Tom Farmer place on tho Lawrence burg pike The sale will take place Thursday February 1G This will bo a good opportunity to get good bargains There will bo a big burgoo served in ado by that prince of burgoo makers Gus Jaubert There will no doubt be a big crowd present The years comeiand go brings many changes but the old reliable J E M still stands as theIleader ofall fine Hours Sold only by Gr cersI c tI JBETWEEN Louisville AND Chicago TOCALIFORNIJ AND THE VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION PTATION CAGOIDining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E BACON P A t Cor 4 th RUt Market Stli LoulaYfU SALESMEN WANTEDThrees- alesmen for our new County Township and Railroad Survey of Kentucky counties and towns fully indexed all railroads shown and distances between all towns on same plainly marked A splendid opportunity for energetic men Rand Me Nally Co Chi cago Ill 1m 048TOll4 BIhttJIA Choice Tobacco Farm For Sale Good dwelling large tobacco barn 52xJO also good tenement house and al other necessary outbuildings situated Sjfj miles from Frankfurt on Louisville turnpike For terms apply to G D HAW InNS on the premises oo223m Dr J S Collins DENTIST KylKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat r J ri DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO To DETROIT St Clair Flats Port Huron By the Magnificent Sttamtrt Of the Leaving toot of Madison Street Dailyat g after arrival otmorning trainS Returning arrive Days 830 tSundays goor to Detroit- unlimitedround trip Jije Excursions atSundaya75ca delightful two days trip only 200 meals and berth extra Special Rates 10 Societies Close connections at Detroit with ers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc nearestRailroad0 F TrMgr OOLOENOJfJI e LADIES WANTED t A bright Energetic Woman womans work Permanent posioI tion Oldestablished business stnndingSalaryexpenses paid each Monday die rect fron headquarters ExpensesIadvanced We furnish everything J Address Secretary 030 Monon J Block Chicago 111 1924t DeWltts HSafeFor Piles Burns Sore Queen and CRoute snoitest Route AN- DQuickest Scneflule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN Ji CINCINNATI iCHATTANOOGA A T L A N T A BIRMINGHAMSHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter G E GLflRKE T P A 89 Main StreetLexington Kentucky j UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES This Fine Attraction Coming to the Capital Theatre in the- Near Future thereIand this in a way applies tf plays and dramas as well as to notIa play that has never before been t used in some form It has been asserted that there are but nine combinations possible from which plays may be constructed With these limitations the dramatis can only present the old material in new combinations and so giv e nppnrentlsuccesses among Under Southern Skies the au hnsIthe so it is given a freshness and charm that are delightfully attractive The story of a young girlwith rival lovers has been used in many plays and with varying combinations So too has the story of the erring wife returning repent ant been treated often before in drama But it was Mrs Parkers happy thought to weave these two stories together in just such a way and with just such surround ings and accessories as had never been used before This can cer tainly be called originality and in other ways the play differs from anything yet seen upon the stage Notably in reproducing n Halloween party in which the young people play some of the r tricks of that timehonored insti- tutionl r These tricks and the t Jackolantern dance are novel ties which audiences hail with de light and they have proved c strong feature in the success ol the play The story of Under Southern Skies is distinctively Southern In its main incidents l it could happen in no other part of Christendom This is also somewhat unusual in plays and Under Southern Skies is also somewhat unique among southern islnotbirth and are imbued with traits of character inbred in the people of that section ofour country Every one of the twentyseven characters in the play is a well drawn portrait as true a picture of Southern speech and manner as the sumo author has drawn of New nglnndcountry people in Way Down East The two Colonels one full of bluster and flowery oratory the other cool deliberate and unmoved are finely contrasted and their longstanding feud furnishes much amusement for the audience Major Crofton whose life holds a hidden sorrow is an impressive and interesting figure and the two lovers of the heroine are care fully drawn portraits of different natures although both are exam ples of the hotblooded young southerner The smaller parts are equally well presented and the old darkey Uncle Joshaway is characterITheis among her young girl friends The part is a difficult one to portray for she passes through all the stages of joy and grief that are woven about her throughout the plot of the play The faithful old mischieouslchildable creations true to the darkey of the South Under Southern Skies should be received here by whichsgreets it everywhere No more enjoyable play than this is now on the road and the date of its appearance at the Capital Theatre should not be forgotten by those who enjoy an interesting and en tertaining play presented in a first class manner SOLD TO DENVER IMr Pat Bohanan Frankforts baseball twirler who is with the Louisville Club has been sold to Denver Col Both clubs however belong to Mr Tebeau Worth of Strictly High Grade II UptoDate Perfect Fitting STORE BURNED The Japanese store of Messrs Morita Kojima at Mt Sterling was destroyed by fire on Wednesday night These gentlemen had been selling their stock of Jap anese bricabrac in this city and had just concluded their business here and were preparing to movo SterlingTheyy READ IT In another place we give the advertisement of Messrs Wood it Fromholtx who are making sale of a big bankrupt stock of gentle mens clothing etc in the store room next to Selberts on St Clair street goodbargainsund see them C ft U T1MK TAKIF ioll No SOUTH MN M Lexington 8 ratlk ort OOi Uli ShPlbyville 1001 701 it Louisville 1100 No22 INo NURTHAM1 PM v 600ShelDjvIl 740ArII DO IT TODAY II inlullotionNeveryou can do today is now gen orally presented in this form Do it today That is the terse advice wcfwant to vou about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been strug gling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy remedybewhich line been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter how deep seated your cough even if dread yourlungseffect a cureus it has done before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 75u At all drutftests lyr AVeQefabl Preparationfor As similating ting tl12St audBowels of PromotesDiiesUonCheeiful nessandBfestGontaIns neither Morptiina nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC crjsrOltlkswrJOJ11l3lE fnmnJ for tion Sour StoinachDiarrhoea- WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP TacSimile Signature of NEW YORK IMcAcr COPY07 HAEPEB WANTED Ten men in each State to travel tack and distribute samples and circulars ofour goods Sal dnyforKUHLMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago 192m CASTORIA For Infants and Children f The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature ro The Kind You Have Always Bought CASTORIA f Tilt MW anY c COUGHS AND COLDS Allcoughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One Minute phlegmdrawsand soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harmless and pleas ant to take Sold by J W Gayle BANKRUPT slit1l rr 82500000 SUITS AND OVERCOATS 4T t To be closed out in 15 days Bankrupt stock of Rescher Estelle New York r City A rare chance to purchase a supply of Clothing at prices that will make- your pocket book smile NothIng reserved Entire stock must go and as we have a limited lime to do this in prices will be no object Remember these goods are the output of a high class manufactory and are worthy o your con I biggestyt t 232 ST CLAIR STREET NEXT TO SELBIRTS JBWBLRY BTORB WOOD FROMHOLTZ RECEIVERS I Watch for the big Signs Doors will be opened Wednesday Morning Feb 1 d I i f j flY 1 I r t JfM7 J wtft ii 1 I Ma1mibth c1earniwe 1Our Annual January Sale will commence Saturday the 14th This advertisement contains but a few of the bargains that await you TABLE LINEN fide for 7i inch Tnble Linen worth 7kJ7fic for 72 inch Tnblo Linen worth 100 TOWELS 7jjo for Hnck Towels worth lOc Hit fur thick Towels worth 12 o 121c for Huck Towels worth Ific 15jc for Huck Towels worth 40 jd best Calico fie yd four quarter Brown Cotton 1 fie yd four qunrter Blench Cotton 60 yd Apron Gingham IS D JOHNSON CO MAIN FRANKFORT STREET KY RELIGIOUS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams tho pastor having returned from Versailles will preach at 11 a m and 780 p mSundayschool at 945 a m in the chapel Home Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran joine at 945 taught r pastorBaptist Peoples Union will meet in tho chapel at 680 p in Leader John Williams Robinson Topic A Character Study of JosephPrayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 in the chapel Visitors cordially invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Chinn roe tor Sunday January 29 930 Sundayschool 1100 Prayer and Ser mono Wednesday 780 Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Mooting at 730 Bible study at 7fiO These services are all open to public thoI CHRISTIAN CHURCH R willipreachSundayschool at 980 a m the chapel willimetPrayermeeting on Wednesday oclock in theevening at 730 chapel The Junior Society will meet on Friday afternoon at 3 oclock in the chapel t Everybody invited- SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev Win Crowe tho pastor will preach at 11 a and 730 p Sunlayschool at 980 a m Yuung Peoples Society at 080 p m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 p Everybody invited to attend jVAtlHOIIC CH U RCH Rov 1Father Thomas S Major rector Mess at 780 oclock High Muss at 10 a in Sundayschool at 2 p in Vospers at 780 p m FIRST PRESI3Y1ERIAN CHURCH Rev J McCluskoy Blaynoy D D the pastor will preach at a m and 780 p in The morning service will bo given to a memorial service for tho late 111 S C Bull Sr- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at J4i p All thoyounir p lIlIpll are Invited Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 780 The public is cordially invited to attendIMETHODIST CHURCH R o v J O A Caught the pastor will preach nt a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at a p m Senior Loaguo at 7 p m PIn tHlIwtillg Wednesday night at 780 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at tend PEAKS MILL CHRISTIAN OHUHCHB1oti N Arnold will 4preach on Sunday January 29 at 11 oclock a 1CJAf 111Ii Bean Signature sought rtAIfI Fof L OOnWv 1 NOTIONS lo for Hair Pine 20 for Rull Cotton Tape for Clarks Spool Cotton 40 for card Safety Pins 40 for Feather Stitched Braid fio for Talcum Powder 4c for Good Soap lOc for Good Dress Shields do dozen for Pearl Buttons 5c doz for Rubber Dressing Combs Handuerohidfs from 4c up Stocks and Turnovers from 7c up j For tho Roundabout IN MEMORY OF LITTLE FRANK HUNTER The Grave of Our Little Boy Come closer to this littlo mound Willie dear Speak soft and low for the angels hover near Buried in his snowy casket is our sweetest joy We love this sacred spot tho grave- of our little boy Oh love why hast loath come into our happy homo Plucked from our hearts tho fairest flower that bloomed Loft in our soul this bitter sting time can neer destroy Took our sunbeam loft only the grave of our little boy Closed forever on earth tho bright eyes that were so donIISilenced forever the sweet we loved so wolf to hoar Yet tis sweet to know he is there whore all Is love and joy Still our bitters tears water the grave of our little boy Yet wo should not let our teas stain tho green sod For dearsuch as our littlo Frank is the Kingdom of God There ho is sheltered from all clouds so there should he joy In our hearts when we look on the grave of our littlo boy But dear wo will miss the kiss of those lips so sweet Oft we will listen for the clatter of those dear little feet Still we love this tomb that holds our pride and joy And oft wo will come to tho grave ot our little boy For leer wo loved this precious little jow to us given I fancy I can hoar the music of his little soul in heaven Shifting among tho angels where there is eternal joy Waiting for us beyond tho grave of our littlo boyMOTHER Not a Corn Left Zfw You will probably not have a single corn left one week front today if you will us- eSouth Side Corn CureTonight Any kind of corn hard or soft one that pleads lirst ollonso or one it h a bad record all will be gone in short order if you use this corn nnnihilator as directed If the rrtm elv tails we wish to return your money 15c Tin GavIn nrll Stores BIG JANUARY BALE OF LADIES I READYTOWEAR UNDEHG A Rr tENTS Ladies Gowns assortment unequalled for qunlity und style 3Uo up Lndies Drawers every pair well mndo and nicely finished 19o up Ladies Underskirts fine material full nnd liberal measurements 390 up Corset Covers excellent material nnd good fit Soup CLEAN UP OF KNIT UNDERWEAR Ifio for Vests worth 2 o Ifio for Drawers worth 25c for Vents worth SOc for Drawers worth fiPc 3o for Union Suits worth 75o ANNOUNCEMENTS Illinois Central R R DIRECT TO HAVANA Via Illinois Central R R to Now Orleans and the 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 in leave Saturday 200 p in arriving at Havana Monday morn ing Roundtrip tool oneway through tickets at unusually low rates Free Illinois Central R R Illustrated Folder on Cuba giving all particulars on applicationI OCEAN STEAMSHIPS FROM NEW ORLEANS Ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Panama West1Indiesforth in a special folder issued by tho Illinois Central R R Send for a copy- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA CaliIforninNew Orleans under the auspices of Raymond d Whitcomb will leave Chicago Friday February 12 for Mexico anti California via New Orleans including a stopover for tho Mardi Gras also from Chicago Fri lay March 4th for California via the Illinois Central and New Or leans Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with lining car service Fascinating trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur sions to California Excursion Cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and tho Southern Route every Wednesday from Chicago every Tuesday from Cincinnati Via Omaha and Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago NEW ORLEANS- A delightfully unique city for the tourist to visit Winter tourist rates now in effect Double daily service and fast steamheated vesti bule trains with through sleeping ears butlotlibrarysmoking cur service and nil mealen route in dining cars Ask for an illustrated book on Now Orleans- OULFPORT MISS The Great Southern Hotel at Gulf port Miss on tho Mexican iu t Coast tins 250 rooms single or en suite with or without bath Steam hoar electric light hot and cold running water and telephone in every room Reached via Mem phis fwd the Illinois Centrals fast morning trains carrying sleeping and bulletlibrary cars with a single change on sumo train en route at Memphis into through sleeping car to Gulfport Send for illustrated folder describing Gulf port told the hotel HOT SPRINGS ARK Direct Pullman Sleeping Car Ser vice via Memphis for book describing this most interesting of health and pleasure resorts FITL1 PARTICULARS Concerning all of tho above can bo had of agents of the Illinois Cell tral or by addressing tho nearest of tilt undersigned representatives of the Central h W II A II LOW O P Louisville A1 McDOUGALL n P A Now Orleans A H HANSON G P Chicago JNO A SCOTT A G P Memphis CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thed S fyji tf Signature of Ca Z iJl4 GREAT SALE OF SILKS Our reputation as lenders in this line makes it almost unneccessary for ns to any anything except to extend an invitation for yon to come and buy the best grades at the least possible prices 48o for Silks worth 59o for Silks worth 75c C9o for Silks worth 85c 790 for Silks worth 100 Crepe do Chine 3Uo all colors COLORED WHITE SALE Next week we offer special inducements in White Goods Embroideries and Laces Our reputation for these goods the Ipeople of Frankfort and Frank lin county well know We will take pleasure in showing them whether you are a purchaser or a prospective one Ladies of good taste and judgment cannot but find the styles and prices every attractive We have a few Table Linens Napkins and Towels slightly used that we offer at bargains Cut on Skirts and Ribbons on Saturday F J HEENEY The Mayor should give theI order at once and have all placards removed from the teli mnter1Ulj prej8UIIIBLUE GRASS TRACTION CO p yILexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leilve Lexington for Paris every hour from ia in to 0 p in except 11 a in nnd 8 n in Leave Paris for Lexington every hour 110111 7 n in to 10 p m ex cept i noon 2 and 0 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a in to 11 p m except 11 a in S and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 p except 10a in 12 noon 7 and 0 p in Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington far Georgetown at J50 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a in Leaves Lexington for Paris at Jl B5 a Leaves Paris 15 p in Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and Tor school business und funnily tickets can be had on application at the com panys odice 404 West slain streetE Phone 010 Homo 1274Y tf ALEXANDER PhoneI I DRESS GOODS CLEARANCE 3fio for Dress Goods worth boo 45c for Dress Goods worth doe fOe for Dress Goods worth The 7bo for Dress Goods worth 1 BLACK DRESS GOODS Unusual stock in this department suitable for Separate Skirts Tailor Gowns and House Dresses Little Colds neglected thousands of lives sacrificed every PineSyrupbig colds too down to the very verge consumption Dr Weavers Syrup Purifies the blood Cerato ointment for the skin Illinois Central Seventh S River Louisville IXo lot MuiiijiULs N O LtM No Liavfs l p m Arrives 745 a ra Now Orleans Speciiil No LtiiMs ri01 p in Arrives 585 p m X121 Lucas Mull No Lea us 7M n in Arrived n m For Fulton Pnduciili and IntermfUiuto points Connection to and from Kllzabuth tovn HudIUillo und HophiiwvilU exouut no Sunday service to Elizahetlitovvn and Hodgen vine Stop at all stations No Accommodation No Leaves 4fi p m Arrives n m toHUlllolllilhSundays Stop at nil stations A Trains Run Dully Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerato Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases PLACE YOtK ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS Ah SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN Hi g g S Our stock is from the greatest e glaying- stivius in America EGGS 15 FOR SlSO Thorn Hill AURLDTSRY Eugene E Hoge Prop Frankfort Ky Old Phone No 383 IGGiH CLERKCARRIER EXAMINATION Frankfort Ky Feb 1905 Servleerdate and at tho place named above j in examination will be held for the positions of clerk and carrier in the Postofflce Service This examination offers an oppor tunlty to bright energetic young persons to enter an interesting f field of Government employment mostt1 three classes First class 1000 per annum second class 800 per annum and third class 600 per annum In cities containing less than 75000 population there are two classes Second class 850 per an num and third class 600 per an num Appointments of letters oar riers are made to the class having the minimum rate of pay and pro motions from the lower grades are made to the next higher grade at the expiration of one years ser postmasterness of the employe during the preceding year A substitute let compensationfoompensation of the carrier whose route he may be required to serve A vacancy in the regular force of carriers must be filled by the pro motion of the senior substitute A substitute clerk is paid a rate of compensation not exceeding the compensation of the absent clerk or employe whose place he takes The salaries of clerks at the post offices vary according to the class of work to be performed and tho fromIas high as 1700 per annum in the larger offices All original appoint ments of clerks are made at the minimum salaries Tho examination will consist of the subjects mentioned below riweighted as indicated Weights Spelling twenty words of- average difficulty in common use 20 2 Arithmetic simple tests in addition subtraction multi r plication and division of whole numbers and in com mon and decimal fractions and United States money 20 Letterwriting a letter of I nut less than 125 words on some subject of general inter est Competitors will be per mitted to select one of two subjects given 20 4 Penmanship the handwrit theIcopy will be considered with special reference to the ole ments of legibility rapidity neatness general appearance etc 20 6 Copying from plain copy a simple test in copying accu inI10 0 United States geography relative to the boundaries of States and to capitals largest cities rivers and other bodies byStates Ieto 10 Reading addresses test in reading the names and ad dresses on 25 cards in differ ent handwritings 10 Total 100 Age limit all positions 18 to 45 years All applicants male and female r oust have tho medical certificate in the application blank executed t r Male applicants must be at least 5 feet 4 inches in height in bare feet and weight not less than 125 poundsThe Pofitoffloo Department has stated that no person who is defec tive in any of the followingnamed particulars will be appointed in the service Deafmutes hunchbacks persons having defec tive hearing sight or speech per sons totally blind or blind in one eye onearmed onohnnded or onelegged persons or those having crippled arms or legs and I those suffering from asthma con sumption hernia or any other t physical defect or disease which would prevent a proper discharge of the duties of the position All persons who have boon exam 01Ifailed to pass may he reexamined upon filing new applications in due timeThis examination is open to all citizens of the United States who requirementsFrom from this examination it is expected that certification will bo made to existing and future vacancies For application blank full in I examinationi4to the duties and salaries of the fldifferent positions and the loon tho examination room ap i plication should bo made to the Jt secretary of the board of examiners at the postoflloo Applications will be accepted for this examination by the secretary of the local board up to the hour of examinationc D MOSS Secretary Postal Board Issued January 19 10- 05OnoMinutoCoughGure For Gough Cold and Croup 1 1i iA For the Roundabout DEPARTMENT OF EDUCA TION HISTORY LITERATURE A SketchEugene Field Eugene Field Journalist Born Sept 2d 1850 St Louis MoDied Nov 4th 1895 in Chicago Ill- Suoh is the brief epitome of a life full ofsunshine childish religionSeveral his early man hood were passed in Virginia and Massachusetts and he studiedat the University of Missouri He was from 1878 to 1888 connected with various newspapers in Mis souri and Colorado joining the staff of the Chicago Daily News in 1888 Author of Denver Tribune Primer 1882 Culture Garland 1887 A Little Book of Western Verse 1889 And a Little Book of Profitable Tales 1889 happyheartedacross my heart a sigh of tender est regret that the call to come up higher came when the humor and the pathos of his pen were so much needed by the sadhearted of earth Though writers of verse and stories and newspapers are with us none has yet filled the vacant place in the daily lives of his countrymen It is pleasant to read from the trenchent pen of Slason Thomp son showing so clearly his erratic and puzzling personality Two peculiar points of insistence fun and conviviality Free from acri monious controversy abominating speechmakers and lampooning political oracles Everything ho reflectinghisand his sweet sympathy for earths million mites Nothing gloomy enteringintoHe needed comradeship and Mr Thompson recognizes this characteristic in the picture he leavingMring of friendb which marked every era of his life Practically Eu gene Field was never alone for the wee wifie he had found in old St Joseph Mo was the one com rade whose sympathy and depre eating gentleness never ceased to support and delight him He took this pretty bride into Delmonicos on their wedding tour pigfeetnlagentle protestuo Eugene Iaprotest which vas to become the pleasant refrain of his married lifeIn their early domestic years this funny man delighted to give parties and coming down into a room full of their friends he would genially exclaim Well boys its too hot for coats Iund his he wouldremoving own reveal a red flannel undershirt with linen collar and cuffs carefully pinned on and the joke never failed to bring out the words he was expecting the little cry of 0 Eugene- In surprisedI the matttor of somewhat ofa terror Thompson describes him in work ing order Field almost invari ably wrote in his shirt sleeevs generally with his collar off aifd always with his feet crossed across the corner of the desk or table One of the first things he did on coming to the office was to takeoff his shoes and put on a pair of slippers with no counters around the heels so that they slapped hungfromWhy Field always rolled up the comingintodown when ho went out is a mys tery Probably it was partly on account of his contradictory ha turo und partly to save the trousers from dragging for the unloos ing of hisuvest was always attended by the unbuttoning of his suspenders to permit of his sitting with greater ease upon the curve of his spine This is by no means tho pen picture ones fancy would draw of the fastidious lover of old books ofun artist who penned those beautiful manu scripts the translator of Horace ModjeskaHe musicians and the drama player folk fu t L 77B being among his intimates The Polish actreBB never played in Chicago without her good but embarrassing friend Field being present Her Camille inspired one of his most familiar poems and her playing in that part always touched him with its sweet ness and womanliness None the less would he laugh at the sadness And cry when every one else were laughing until the poor was driven to desperation uctressI Modjeska would the next day withitAh Meester Fielt why will you seet in de box and talk wid your overcoat on the chair to make Camille laugh who is dying on the stage Ah Meester Fielt you are one very bad man but I lof you dont me Charlie And the count her husband always stopped rolling his cigar ette long enough to acknowledge that Field was their dearest friend and that they loved him Field was an unsuppressible mimic all his life Away back in the early days when as a reporter for a St Louis paper he was sent to misreport the tour of Missouri which Carl Schurz was making he played byimpersonating statesman with such audacity on more than one occasion It ap pears that This is my busy day was invented by Eugene Field in his mad wild days in Denver when that bottomless walnut chair was one of the favorite furnishings of his austere politicsSt Louis launched into that epochmaking law suit the U Dred Scott Case He was never an active man There is a story that he ran away from school once walking all the way home twenty five miles on the railroad trackThis his biographers hold was the S3verest and the sole physical feat of Mr Fields life He was devoted to the great national game and his Sharps and Flats column was ever concerned with the base ball news Bowling was perhaps the only engagedinent in the jolly letters written to Mr Thompsons sister One of these postal cards reudII Come at once we are starving and Miss T sent a largo raised biscuit by next mail to relieve their sufferings In this simple biography of Eugene Field Mr Thompson has given us a delight ful portraiture of his friend and nothingIcharacter untouched It impresses the disinterested reader as an honest and beautiful tribute offered to the memory of his friend and to one who knew and loved Gene Field tis a omsllaid spenkslof Soldier and Booh ItVlmtmystic silence in the II Peace of Christmas Time What sorrow known in Telka what happi ness in the song of Wynken Blynken and Nod We can not regard too highly the accomplished and exquisite personality of this peculiar psychic whose familiarity with nature and natures phrases made him a part of all the world Let us teach his ijeoms at the fireside youoooLetber tho friends who loved them and when the angel of forgetful ness wipes out his faults with tears we too shall see Eugene Field and know him as isN S COX January 24 1005 If the ills that man is heir to come from indigQstion Burdock Blood Bitters strengthens and tones tho stomach makes indi gestion impossible Dr Cadys Condition JPowaers are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier arj vermifuge They are not food fmedicine and the best in use to h horse in prime condition Price3- cents per package For sale by J W Gayle and LeCompte iii Gayle ift Xid PUBLIC SALE Stock Crop Household wed Kit atIPublic Auction Feb1605 Near Farmdale on the Frankfort and Lawrenceburg Pike at my IhIOLD TOM FARMER PLACE Lot of odds and ends 2 Twohorse Plows 2 Garden Plows 2 Cultivators 1 Double A and 8 Common A Harrows 1 Disk Harrow good as new Wheat Drill 1 Osborn Binder 1 McCormick Mower 1 Osborn Hay Rake 1 Wheat Fan 1 Cradle 8 Brier Scythes Pitch Forks Quarry Tools 2 Cross Cut Saws Axes Hole Diggers 8 Hand Corn Planters Log Wagon and Chains 2 Pond Scrapers 2 Onehorse Carts Feed Slide and several sets of Plough Gear 8 Saddles 1 Buggy and Harness 10 Twoyearold Steers 10 Yearling Steers Several Heifers 8 Cows 12 Calves weanlings 10 Fat Hogs 80 Nice Young Hogs 25 Brood Sows including a number of very fine Gilts bred to a thoroughbred Poland China Boar 1 Horse 8 Mules 1 Buggy Mare 1 Colt 1 Fouryearold Bay Stallion by Highland Denmark first dam by Washington 20 Stacks Timothy Hay 200 barrelss Extra Seed Corn White and Yellow 50 barrels Corn 25 Pure Bronze Turkeys hens and gobblers suitable Ito praise from 75 Chickens 10 Guineas Every article offered will be sold without reserve All sums under 10 cashover 10 a credit of six months without interest note to be made negotiable and payable in bank with approved security Sale will begin at 10 oclock sharp An oldfashioned burgoo prepared by Gus Jaubert the only man that can make the genuine article JIPi HOSTETTER 21hit SOLID COMFORT IN TRAVEL MEANS TIle Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on all Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST ANJ SOUTHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change of location In the near fu ture Got tho Henderson Route HabitIt tho comfortable lino and a comfortable train in traveling is acquireAtof naming you rates Wo have the equipment tho train service the free chair ears and tho rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt- HENDERSON LOUISVILLEROUTEI t SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LaniHLoniBYllte Lines TIME TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 LoniaTille Dirlslon No1 No No I am pm pm 711ArLnwrencebnrg 956 020 DII 8NU725UNo f No2 No e om pm am 710ArLexington ggg gft 766 780 Inwrenceburg 943 640 8S 910IIandLexingtonAlso on trains Nos 6 and Tbrou Obaer Harrooburll thSouthsleeping cars from and to Asheville N C vie Knoxville and Morristown Tenn arrlytogLexIngtonBetween Louisville Evansville and St Lonl St Louis Division No4 No f iAr t Pririceton 100 pm 146 a m St Louis 686 pm 783 a m No8 No1 Lv St Louis 808 pm Ar Princeton 128p mIIOoo amHuntingbur 255p amLouisville 545p a m No No 22 LvLouisville 000 pm 860 a Ar Huntingburg pm 1145 amEvansville 1025 pm 180 pm No No12ILv Evansville 780 a ml 115 p m Ar Huntincburg 003 a m Ar Louisville 1169 a m Trains Nos 2 Sand run solid 5J5p4mJLouisville and St Louis Trains Nos 9 and run solid ville and Evansville carrying Chair Oars Trains Nos and carry Through flllltIslaw Coaches between Evansville and Louis trains between Louisville and St Louis Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis OantwithapplytoH R Spencer S H Hard wick GB Alter G PA Caleb Powers The most pathetic figure in the criminal history of our times arrested five years ago charged with the murder of Senator Goebel of Kentucky convicted sentenced to be hanged now in the Louis ville jail awaiting a new trial Tells His Own StoryIThe conditions existing beIfort the tragedy Where he himself was when Goebelwas shot how the web tightened about him Why he tried to escape The strongest card played by the prosecution His arrest imprisonment et The chief actor in the great Kentucky tragedy writes his story exclusively for The Reader Magazine IFebruary Number Ready Ja nnary 20 WANTED 100000 MINK SKUNK ndSKI 11 i And other raw pricesAddrOll A E BURKHARDT International Fur Merchant 224m Cincinnati 0 CLIMATIC CURES 4 TtioV Influence of climatic con ditions in the cure of consumption is very much Thepoor patient and tho rich patient bYproperSyrupFree Syrupsoabsence of that weakening cough Restlessto coughing the greatest danger and dread of tho consumptive can takingGermanlarly Should you be able to go ton warmer clime you will find that vesthorand regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all drug gists 1 iJIfI