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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l THE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT AdvunceiIlBROKE HIS ARM goinghomem on Monday and when in front of the meat store of Mr Nevill Collins on Bridge street he slipped and fell on the icy pave ment and broke his right arm near the elbow Drs Hume Kpller and Robin son were called and rendered sur gical attention at once It is a pretty bad injury BROUGHT BACK FOR BURIAL The body of Mr F H Cunning ham who lived hero some fifty years ago was brought here on Wednesday and buried in our cem etery He was a soninlaw of the late Dr J Russell Hawkins of this county REVENUE COLLECTIONS FOR JANUARY The following was the internal revenue collected by Deputy Collector Grant L Roberts for the month of January 2888 barrels 107000010 tax gallons 118 48820 amount of tax- VALENTINE PARTY The Junior Auxiliary Society of Ascension Church will give their annual Valentine Party in the Parish House on Saturday February 11 in place of St Vales tines Day- Everybody cordially invited to tdIOne Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup J OVER 10000 YARDS J OF NE- WEmbroideries Beginning Monday Morning Jan 30 We will place on sale over 10000 of the pret tiest Embroideries ever Miown in Frankfort in Cambric Nainsook and Swiss They will be put in 7 different lots as follows LOT 1This lot contains Embroideries that are 5youC LOT This lot contains Embroideries that are 2i gcworthLOT 3This lot contains Embroideries 3c to 5 inches wide worth loc 20e and 2oc inN ainsoo1 or Cambric edge sale JprIce 14c LOT 4This lot contains some extra wide Embroid c20eL015rlhis lot contains Embroideries 24cworth 25c 30c und 3oe sale price LOT 6This lot contains nearly all wide Embroil candLOT 7 patternsin 39c40tREMEMBER this sale is for 10 days only Dont fail to take advantage or the extraordinary low prices CIBROBridgei JyI1itr NARROW ESCAPEBUGGYI StephenBlackProvidence Baptist Church and his wife went to the church to at tend the Sundayschool and had just alighted from their buggy and Mr Black was about to place a blanket on the horso when a cow ran around the corner of the Church and frightened the horse so that it whirled around and upset the buggy and lashed toward the gate leading to the pike disengngingitself ning down the pike Had it happened a moment sooner Mr and Mrs Black would have probably been badly hurt escnpeforhost of warm friends SOME MORE ACCIDENTS On Tuesday morning Mrs Sarah Fellmer went out on the front porch of her residence on Third fellIonsurgicalattention While a lad by the name of onIIsevers upA of Brown who cooks for Mr Win Vilson fell on the street Tuesday night and broke her arm at the wrist Dr Goodrich attendee to the fracture CHANGES OF BASE Judge WPE Settle has rented the residence of Misses Blakemore on Second street recently vacated by Mr W D Roy and has moved his family in Mr W D Roy moved to Louis vale the first of this week Mrs Sam C Bull 15ft has rented the residence of Mrs PI Howe Watson on Wapping street recently occupied by Judge W E Settle- MEETING CLOSED BuptitChurchSunday last Rev M B Adams dnytorRevJ F Williams D D 1I church was very greatly revived and some twentyone persons tre added to the membership Large crowds attended throughout The people of Versailles stud tho ltigheeterms preacheby FIENDISH SUFFERING Is often caused by sores ulcers yolIlr Mich snysII I have used Buek Ions Arnica Salve for Sores and Cancers It is tho he healing dressing over found Soothes and pools cuts burns und druggistsGuaranteed WANTKDMKN AND WOMEN alloinhterritories it tise am old established lionso solid flnmutial standing Salary f toIHeach Monday by cheek direct from brigfurnished gy nl permanent Address Hlow JJros it Co Dopt 4 Momin JHdjj Cti unto Ill 1824t Dr Weavers Treatment Syrup purifies tho blood Cerate heala akin eruption l jJ UNDER SOUTHERN SKIESi One of the Most Beautiful Plays on the American Stage to be Seen at Capital Theatre Monday EveningI It has been said by those who have made a careful study of dra matio literature that no play can make a popular success that not a good love story at its hnsI ation Dramatists have found this so true that whatever themes may appeal to their artistic sense as novel or instructive material for the basis ofn play it is put aside as not likely to meet the taste of the majority of theatre goers and some variation of the old but never worn out theme of love is again and again written ulwaysldemnnding love story in Under Southern strongholdSouthern Skies is now in its fourth yenr uninterrupted suc cess playing to crowded house- wherever it has appeared The brokenaa roan a woman and the almost wrecked happiness ofa young girl has never failed to hold an audience fascinntec1fnd deeply interested from the opening of the play to the fall of the final curtain In bringing out this absorbing story the author Lottie Blair WnyDownsame method of work which made delightfulShetwentyseven characters in Undo Southern Skies a distinct type of individual life as found in tho South The impulsive colonel of flowery speech tho cool im pressive colonel who is quick notwithstundinghis major who covers a sad hoar with smiles of cordial tho young hothendedsuitors for the love of the heroinethese are all the men of the south in the years following closely upon the great rebellion The women too lightedheultpd f the south list yet ingrained with the stern lesson of work and neces sitywhich is the very birthright of tho New England woman These characters set against ii background of beautiful scenery homosIlethe thread of the story the trag underlying it all growing tllthird act finds the audience tense and breathless Curtain call after curtain call follows this act ten and twelve call s sometimes being taken A novel scone introduced in the play is a Halloween celebration the like of which lugs never hefo tageHullowlIt pumpkin dunce follows 111 diversion is so natural and is el spiritthathighest pitch of laughter and en joyment Takon in its entirety hiestmost original diverting and unhitch oerIopporICnpitlt3it alY li Sluts now on sale at Barrets Prices 25 cents to 1 one remedy in the world 1that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in niy part of the body Deans Ointment At any drug store 50 cents rtrl it t BROKE HIS ARM IMr George Gordon pressman at the Roundabout office had the theIsame J A Violett fell the same day in front of Collins Meat StorerIon Bridge street and to his left arm Dr 0 B Demaree was sum monad and tendered surgical attention reducing the fracture Is it a burn Use Dr ThomnstElectric Oil A cut Thomas Electric Oil At your druggists jJt DAUGHTERS OF THE CON tFEDERACY Aj Chapterj J eracy will meet this Saturday afternoon at 280 oclock at the residence of Mrs E L Samuel on St Clair street 9MRS SAML LEAVY President CHANGED BASE Mrs Alma Barrett and Mrs C H Mandeville have formed a partnership in the notion and millinery business and have leased the storeroom formerly used as the Elks Cafe and moediin BUELL rfROs A pleasant surprise came to Snturdnyinson Mr Buell Taylor notifying her that he had been discharged from the regular army on Janu ilndtrJclaysthe Phillipinos It will bo remembered that quite a sensation was created about a month ago by a statement from Belleville j Ills that the bodof a man had been found thereand that it hmlI TaylorAr 7 George Conway wont to ascertain the facts and found that it was not Mr Taylors body PECULIAR DISAPPEARANCE J D Runyan of Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappear once of his painful symptoms of DrKingsfordizziIwssconstipation etc Guaranteed at all druggists Price 25c roCOL HOGELAND Col A Robgge land tho author of 1the Curfew Law made several Sundnyon Monday and addressed tho scholars He cumplilnenteclour schools theCurfewnnew Coughs and colds down to tho cousu11lptiouyield NorwayPille arejustllJJermirlgomedicine and tho best in use to put li horso in prime condition Price 0 cents per package andlg hi iitoIti a1 lkrll J c irN The confident feeling that your dinner table is perfectly correct in its appointments can be realized ifyou have a service of 1835 R Wallace Silver Plate Mrs Rorers illustrated book II How to Set the Table r is fun of timely hints You may have a copy if you can MA SELI3ERTiPER50NAL1 Judge John D Carroll of New- Castle was horo this week IVMiss Nannie Hammond visited his relatives at Smithfk ld this week Mrs Frank H Johnson is visit 1 ing relatives in Louisville Col Noel Gaines has returnedj from Washington City Col JJP Tnrlton visited reln t tives in Lexington this week f Mrs 1 A Edge of Lexington visited relatives hero this week t Mr W C Kohl of London was the guest of friends here this week Col E H Gaither of Harrods burg was in the city Monday Miss Irma Lahort is the guest of friends in Louisville visitingfrionds Mr Oscar Vest of Owenton was in the city on Thursday Mrs Geo Huffman who has been quito sick is improving Roy M B Adams returned from Versailles on Saturday night Mr D B Walcutt has returned to his homo at Crescent Hill Mr 1 A Batterton spent Sunday at his home at Eminence Mrs George C Drano and laugh ter Mrs Virgil Hewitt have re J turnod from a visit to Louisville t Miss Nettie Walcutt of Lakeaml who his bean visiting iriemls here has gone ro Lexington Miss Jf ie May Smith of Gate well Texas was the giiost of Mrs N JJ Hays this vook Attorney John Toild of Shelby villo was hero Monday Oil business in the courts Rev Dr J McC Blaynoy visited 1iis son Prof 11Jlnrlsoj Blayney in Danville this wOLkI001 John U Common wealths Attorney of Fayetto Coun ty was hero Tuesday r Mr Lovii McQuown of Howling Green was hero in attendance upon 44the courts this week Mr John I Stout and wife of Louisville visited Misses JelFors Main street this week 1TtHJgn Goo DuRelle of Louis j ville was in attendance upon the i Court of Appeals on Tuesday t111s S B Holmes of Eminence been the guest of friends lore has gone home Miss Lilian Cecil of Danville was the guest of Mr J BufordI Hendrick and wife this week Miss Harriett McClure is visiting Mrs W P Williams and Mrs R 111 Bergman at Irvine Mr Louie Evans wife and son Carter visited relatives in Russell villo this week Mrs C H Wilkorson of Lexing ton was the guest of friends hero this week Miss Lottie BrMgoford was tho of Miss Molino Lucas at Mid 1way last week Mr Henry Wright of Farmdale has returned from a visit to Marion 7 and Nelson counties Col A Hogeland author of tho Curfew Law was here Saturday and Sunday Mr Mason B Barret of Louis ville was tho guest of his mother Mrs W F Barret this week Messrs O C and T E Kennoy have gone on a business trip to Georgia and Alabama Mr R W Bingham County At- torneyl of Jefferson county was hero Thursday Mr F H Johnson and family will remove to Louisville to reside in a few days Lexingtong d ifio 1 tI IMrs Mary Will True of Owen ton is the guest of her father Hon Jas A Violttt Col Win B Jenkins commercial PuporCoMr Finley E Fogg of West Lib erty attended tho Court of Appeals on Tuesday Judge W B Smith of Richmond attended the Court of Appeals on Tuesday Judge James Denton Collector Internal Revenue of tho 8th District was hero on Tuesday Mr Chas Marshall of Shelby ville attended tho Court of Appeals on Tuesday Prof 1 K Patterson President State College Lexington was hero WednesdayMr Durham County Attorney of Green county was hero Thursday Mr John H Bayer of Paducah was called here by the death of his sister Mrs Fredericka Kaltonbrun Hon Tom G Stuart of Winches ter was tho guest of his brother Mr John H Stuart this week Miss Cornelia Roes of Louisville was the guest of Dr1 A Posey and wife Shelby street this week AIrS1 W Hughes has gnnti to Rockledgo Flu to remain the rest of tho winter Judge J Smith Hays of Winchester was tho guest of his brother Gen N B Hays this week Mr Harry S McCutchoon of Russplhilll attended tho Court of Appeals this week Mrs W S timer was the guest of her sister Mrs C J Norwood in Lexington tiiis week Mrs Burge of Louisville was the guest of her daughter Mrs Will Choate this week Hon W Preston Kimball Coun ty Attorney of Fnyetto county was more Wednesday Mrs Allen Denton of Versailles thisIMr 1 ir Shirks and wife of Lniisvillo visited relatives here this week Mr C S Vermillion and wi1o were called to Georgetown last weftk by the death of her grand mother Mrs L C Njale Judgo A P Humphrey and Gov John Marshall of Louisville were hero this week to attend tho Court of AppealsMr Burns and wife of Bristol Penn who have been guests ot Mr J 0 Robinson and wife have returned home Mr1 B Lewis of this ofllce spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of Mr Jas A Hodges and familyMrs W L Rodman of Philadel phia Penn who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J M Van Uervoor has gone to Louisville Judge W C Herndon and wife who have been guests of his sister Mrs John Morgan in Lexington have returned home Mrs Dudley Drake and son John of Yarnallton wero guests of Mr John P Hostettor and wife at Farmdale this week Mr Will C Hines son of tho Into Judge Times H Hinos was here this week after an absence of sev eral years Mrs W P Williams nice Cor delia Bull who was called hereby the death of her father Mr S C Bull has returned homo daughterMisskeeping and taken rooms with Mrs Elliott on Washington street There was a delightful Gorman at the Capital Hotel on Thursday night Time fun was kept up until 280 a m yesterday Mr Dudley Lindsey U S Clerk Owensboro was tho guest of his parents Mr John B Lindsey and wife this week ttj 1lel Ii FLOURIwyXHo to away per a special with John Driscoll M Ellwanger and 0 W Saliell ifz LLs 6m0J 6 1 9 Arm CURE THE fH 5u rIIu PriceFt 00 A Surest and Quickest Cure for all u j TaOiLESIISIv Mr Prentiss ORear of Montgomery county was tile guest of his parents Judge E C ORoar and wife this week Judge R L Stout and wife have gone to Georgetown whore Judge Stout opened Circuit Court on Mot day Mrs Izetta Wright of Farmdalo is visiting her sister Mrs W GI Terhune at Finchville Shelby county Miss Jane Todd Holmes of EmiI nonce who has been the guest of Mrs Orlando Brown left for her homo uturdUli Messrs Win Willis and Kolley viio have been tho uJar at Seattle Wash are at homeIMr Russell S Penn of George town renege spoilt several lavs with his parents Mr Si Ponn and wife this week Mrs A D Marl in who was called to Hartford Conn by the death of hor husbandH father has returned homo Miss Nina Belle Tucker of Louis ville who has been tho guest of Mrs John G South has returned Route Mrs Sue I Graves of Logans port I ml who bus been visiting her mother Mrs H B fumes has luturneellwU1p Mrs L Cass South of Forks of Elkhorn wont to Louisville Tues day to see her brother Mr W W Hughes who is on route to Arizona for his health Mrs Clarence Lobns Miss Vir ginia Hart and Miss Anna Gossett of ynthiana who have boon guests of Mrs Edward Fonnoll have re turned home Capt T Fred Carter U S Navy and wife visited his wifes sister Mrs Lucas Broadhead near Vor Miilles this week Capt Curter was appointed to the Navy from this city by Hon Jas B Beck ROYAL ARCANUM Mooting of Blue Grass Council No 20U1 at I O 0 F Hall Mon day February 0 780 Visiting brethren invitedHMATTBUN Sec A W NAZOR R A TOUCHING STORY Is the saving from death of tho baby girl of Geo A Cum berland Md He writesAtthe age of 11 mouths our little girl was in declining healthwith serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we re solved to try Dr Kings Now Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief four perIfeetlieve and cure a cough or cold At all druggists 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Iii u k Like n Comet THis in the sky comes the star of health to the weak and despondoesforlhestom ach that which it ttVacuring all is unable to do for vw stomachitself even if but troubles and digestiveor Kodolsupplies Jjuices of digestion does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles and membranes of that organ are allowed to rest and heal It cures indigestion flatulence palpitation of the heart nervous dyspepsia and all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying and strengthening the glands membranes of the stom ach and digestive organs v v- 1oo1 Dyspepsi Cure Your Dealer Can Supply Bottles only Si00 Size holding 2H times the trial size which for Prepared by E 6 For saie by J V Gayle drug gistASK FOR THE 1905 KODOI ALMANAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR lJf genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold In ORe 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 AND SPEEDY CURE Mr Gennings and wife 2063 N High Mr Goodspeed aud wife Frambes Ave Mr Brelsford and wife MaynordAve- Mr Fleming and wife 2605 N High Mr Miracle aud wife GrocerW Broad Rev Dawson Rev J J Shingler President John Culberson High and Maynard St Mr Wilson and wife Northwood Ave Rev Shuttz and Roy Shuttz We could fill a large newspaper with responsible witnesses of what Denna Sure Safe and Speedy Cure can do But a 25 cent or 75 cent bottle and you lielpitGAYLES Drug 1 1Ik RELIGI0U5FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev M B Adams tho pastor will preach at a m and 7HO p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in tho chapel Home Department and Bible Class Taught by S E Hutton Superintendent Adults and stran gers invited to join t tnughtbBaptist Young Peoples Union will moot in tho chapel at 630 p m Leader Harry M Parront Topic The Presonoo of Christ Prayermeeting Wednesday night atchapelVisitors invited Seats free ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCHRev A B Cliinn rector Sunday February 5 U30 Sundayschool 1100 Morning Prayer and Stir mono Wednseday 7W Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Mooting at 7550 Bible Study at 7 Thaso services are all open to the public CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev C H Hudson tho pastor will preach at 1111 m and 780 p m Sundayschool at t0 a m in the chapel Christian Endeavor Society will meet in tho chapel at 0lf p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 uclock in tho clmp Tho Junior Society will moot on Friday afternoon MJ oclock in tho chapel Everybody invited i SOUTH KRN PRES BYTERIAN l CHURCHRev Win Crowe tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Voting Peoples Society at p01 Prayermeeting Wednesday ni at IBO p Everybody 080einvited to attend CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev Father Thomas S Major rector Low Mass at 780 oclock High Mass at 10 a m Sundayschool at 2 p m Vespers at 780 p m 7 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRov J McCluskey Blayney D D the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 780 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Ohrisri at IAllMETHODIST CHURCH Rev J O A Vaught the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 780 p m 1JuniorSenior League at 7 m Prayermeeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Visitors cordially invited to at tendVlwHlr 8 oclock p m All men invited Dr Wearers flyrap riiMMtU Mood Onto tiiteMfit tot tteridfc tl 1 r rJJliirIt 1 41 r T 5i iur Wa s F MBRr Embroidery Sale Corset Cover Edgings 25c 5c for Embroideries worth Sc to lOco 8c for Embroideries worth Inc 15c for Embroideries worth A5c- 20c for Embroideries worth 40c Exceptional values You cannot afford to miss these money- saving specials i MARRIED BROWN TIIOMSON At the residence of the officiating minis ter in Louisville on Wednesday Mr Scott Brown and Miss Lilian Thomson were married by Rev J R Sampey D D Mr Brown is a fine looking and energetic young farmer and stock trader of this county and one of the tallest men in Kentucky He is very popular with all who know him He is the second son of the late Judge Reuben Brown His bride is one of Frankforts prettiest sweetest and most at tractive girls She is the oldest daughter of the late Mr Thos Thomson of this county She is a graduate of the City High School and is highly accom plishedFor several years she has been a teacher at the Inetituo for Feeble Minded Children After the marriage the happy couple left for a trip through the South Wo tender our sincerest con gratulations CRUTCHER COTTON A n nouncement is made of the ap proaching marriage of Mr Robert Redd Crutcher told Miss Emma Logan Cotton both of Voodford county The happy event will occur on Wednesday February S at the Christian Church in Ver sailles Mr Crutchor is an industrious and wideawake farmer and is brother of Messrs Otis and las rV Crutcher former residents of this city nnd is a fine young man Ilis bridetobe is one of the sweetest and handsomest of Wood ford countys girls She is a splendid match for Mr Crutcher We have known her for Jong years and know that she will be a wife oflvhotl any man might be proud She is a daughter of Mr Geo T Cotton and wife of Ver snipes Wo tender our congratulations r in advanceHA VAN In St Louis Mo on February 15 Mr Lticien M Harris former correspondent of tho Louisville Herald raid Miss Elolso Morrison Runyan will bo married Mr Harris is n cousin of Mrs M L Campbell Mr N J Sawyier und Mr R W Moliory RESTRAINED The Court of Appeals has Issued an order restraining Judge Parker from proceeding in the Hargis CallaliauFreiifh oases until Febru ary 10 at which time the ease will bo arnuud before the full bench of tithe higher court J Make your income buy the greatest pos sible amount of reliable goods by spending it at this money saving store I Y Direct From the Mill We have made ft very fortunate purchase of soft long cloth finish Bleached Cottons and you get the I benefit D quality ic C quality 7c B quality Sic There is nothing on the market to equal the quality und price of these APRON GINGHAM 5c Full Standard Quality 7t BEATH5 YRgSAt his homo in Lou isville on Tuesday Mr Hugh IL Ayres aged about 45 years front pulmonary trouble Mr Tyros was born and raised in this city He prepared him self for the profession of a civil engineer and was in the employ of the L N Railroad for many years and was so employed when he passed away He was the son of the late Mr Edward und Mrs Margaret Ayros and was a cousin of Mrs Dunne Brown of this city He was a quiet unassuming and modest gentleman of sterling integrity and ability Ho leaves a wife and one son Edward besides a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his untimely death The funeral services were con ducted from the chapel in our cemetery on Thursday morning at 900 oclock by Rev M B Adams of the First Baptist Church after which the were laid away in the family lot- ODONNELLIn this city on Tuesday lust at his residence on the South Side Mr Hurry B ODonnell aged 40 years Mr ODomoll was born in Lex ington but came to this city when hut a little lad He was an industrious and energetic man and a number of years ago ho und Mr Chas L Weitxel entered into a partnership in time dry goods business on St Clan street afterwards removing to the storeroom next door to tho corner of St Clair fwd Main streets By energy and close attention they succeeded in building up a large and profitable business the partnership in whichUS only dissolved some three weeks since by the retirement of Mr 0 Don 11011 Some four yours ago Mr ODon nell was attacked with a nervous trouble which culminated in loco moter ataxia and after long months of suffering carried him away Sonic ten years ago Mr ODon Dell was married to Miss Hannah Haly daughter of Mr D h Italy threeIters who together with his wife two brothers Messrs James and Will ODonnell of this city and two sisters Mrs 11 McGarty and Mrs Win Cady of Washing ton City are loft to mourn his untimely death Ho was a clever gentleman and a devout member uf the Catholic Church Dress Goods We have sold a great many Dress Goods but have some Skirt and Dress Lengths in hich we are making prices that will be to your interest to investigate Ii 1 1 The funeral services were eon ducted from the Church of tin Good Shepherd on Thursday- morning last at 980 oclock by Rev Father Thos S Major after which the remains were laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery KALTENBRUN At the resi deuce of her son Dr V A Kalte nbrun on Mondnj night Mrs Fredricka Kaltenbrun aged 76 years of the infirmities of age Mrs Knltenbrun hall been n resident of this city for over hull a century she and her husband coming here from Germany when they were both young people She laid lived a long and upright life respected by all who knew her Sue was a devout member of the Episcopal Church The tender love and affection subsisting between her and her husband drawing them closer to gether as the years went by was noted In oer one who was ao qutii11telwith them When her life partner was called hence something over a year ago she seemed to lose interest in the affairs of life stud to long to fol low him By frugality and industry this good couple had acquired a liand sonic competence which was in vested in the city of their choice and whoso prosperitywas dear to both Mrs Kaltenbrun loaves two children Mrs Freddie Weisen burg and Dr V A Kaltenbrun both of this citylnd a large number of grandchildren jid triends to numrn her loath Tho funeral services were con ducted by Rev A B Chinn on Wednesday at 1080 oclock and the remains were laid by the side of ht r husband in our cemetery MINOR At his homo in this county on yesterday Mr JoiF tailor aged 7f yours Fuller notice next w- eekBRTH3 CRUTCHERIn this city on Tuesday January HI 1005 to Mr in L Crutchur and wife a son NINETY YEARS OLD Mrs Elizabeth Vallandingham uulobrated horHOth birthday on Tuesday fund was remembered by bur numerous friends with presents of Mulcts She reiteived six dnun uarnatioiifi besides quite n nuniboi of roses and other winter blossom Tho old lady is quite active for her years rets up and makes her own liru each morning and takes care of her room her eyesight allowing her to read to some extent May she still Lo able to bless her friends with tier penile presence when tho century mark is passed = IiATlY7i i Jj R TIrE PKEMIEK KENTUCKVWISKYE1t j i I L f i r ifT Ji v lI t SUITS Excellent style Coat Suits t16 at about 1 = Z PRICE See them New Spring Styles ill Covert Jackets Skirts at special saleI 1aILa I Have you seen the new four of income bond issccl by ilI THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Interest and principal payable in gold Interest begins at once and continues for twenty years after death when the face of bond becomes due and payable I shall be pleased to call find give full information concerning same RALPH H1LSDN OLD PHON 418- r iH l Value JOHN DRISCOll The Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Mash Whiskies Dont forget the place 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR IA Yon We are authorized to announce Mr KKNXKU TAYLOR as a candidate for Mayor of tho city of Frankfurt uhilt to the action of the Dpmolratil party Elec tion November 1905 iOti Ws Early Risers The famous Eittle pills WANTED Trustworthy man nr woman to maiuigo business in this county and adjoining territory or- well csmhlislu d hotisu of solid fhmnciiil standing 20 straight rash salary with all inoossary oxpmisos paid weekly by check from headquarters Mnnoy udvanuud for 11iol1sInvostiiUMit required Vo furnish everything Eneloso selfaddressed envelope Address Maiuigvr S10 Como Hluck Chicago IiIiSt CASTOUAnFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought fLfS1guaturu rLVCK YOUR ORDER NOW Fun STANDARD BRED PRIZE WINNING BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS SLEGtIORNOur ttock is front tho roattst 1gInybmg strains in America EGGS 15 FOR 150 Hill URLDIRY Eugene E doge Prop Frankfort Old Phono ifo KJGin r 4 i SPECIAL AGENT J QualitY Leading Kentucky I1tludMacle- Sour JOHN DRI COLL Thorn New Fast TrainTO ColoradoUTAH l PACIFIC COAST in ottVtt Sunday May The nett tiins will leave St Louts a m daily Thi rvtMuntftRiiiri to same points 1010 p m dniii Double daily service Thronjh sic piuc lIr service for Saul nt lero lxuur ton tickets now on snle For further information oiill on or Hddrens T G MATTHEWS Tray ALt Liinl3lllw Ky- C TOWXSEND t Ira Pass i Tl Ajjt St Louis Mo 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE It TRAD MARKS DESIGNS COpvRIGN75 jlt yqulllIyomtuunlcntlmtsstrlctlyrnttndeutirtl curtueputcnuIntouta tvo ipeelal notice without cJmwo lu tho Scientific Jfmericam circulationyear four months tL Sold by all newsdealers YorkIfrincb f itd l THeFranWortBoimdaDQUt I Entered at the poatoillce nt Frankfort Ken Lucky as secondclass inailable matter GEO A LEWIS Pror and Pub l FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 4 1905 TO OUR PATRONS We will in a few days send out bills to our patrons for their subscriptions to the Roundabout The amounts duo from each in dividual subscriber are small but in the aggregate they amount to a very considerable sum and will help very materially to make the wheels go round We trust the response will be f prompt end assuring for which we shall be duly grateful tf DANGEROUS WALKS r 3t has been demonstrated dur icg the snow and slippery weather ol the last few months ihat many ol our granitoid and other side walks are veritable death traps suIpassIIt has been held by the courts that an incline of three inches in ten is negligent construction for iiich the city can be held in mngesI also informed by a com 1potent attorney that the failure upon part of the city to either require the property holders to re move all ice sleet and snow as soon as possible after the fall thereof ceases or else have it done by city labor is a subject for assessment of damages in favor t of any one injured by reason of said failure It behooves the city authorities to look after this matter in every instance promptly and thus avoid rsuitsfor damages against the city suchns have been brought by parties recenty injured by their neglect f r For Thin i BabiesFat account to a baby that is why f babies are fat If your P baby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry they are rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are rhappy because they are comfortable The fat sur rounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in Scotts Emul r sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free tample Be sure that this picture li the form of a label Is the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you buy Scott Sf Boone Chemist 4OO44 Part Strut 11 York SOc and 100 All Druggists Slave To Morphine From Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than the Disease Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me When the nervous system has been shat tered by the use of deadly there is restoringIII feel so grateful for what Dr Miles Re storative Neivine has done for me that I must tell it for that part of humanity that yearsImorphineToself as it was the only thing that would give ease and now you who point with scorn at morphine using how could you when in thingthatdeadygrasp mondsOhhabit I icsolved then and there to quit it nnysuchnotice Dr Miles Restorative Nervine adver fivebottlespersonscured This testimonial is unsolicited but I feel it duty to give it for the benefit of the sufferingM TTn PniLLirs Prescott Ark bottleon Nervous and Heart Diseases Address Us Miles Medical Co lilkhait Iud For the Roundabout AFTER LONG YEARS His Story After long years tonight we meet I gaze through tears upon your lovely face Your eyes of blue your tender winning grace And I would give my life to clasp your hand To hear your dear voice give me one command That might kneel repentant at your foot e After long years you pass still free Unconscious in your perfect oman hood My earnest wish may not be understood For though you loved me once the dream has passed And I have learned to worship you nIts O God in tender mercy pity me After long years once more we past To walk our different ways no more to meet My path of thorns and yours with roses sweet Im suffering anguish you drank years ago My cup is fullthe hour has come know For lifelong sorrow and a broken heart HER ANSWER I saw theo though my eyes wore turned away- I wondered if the years had changed Me too as thou wert changed wondered if you know flint I could quite forget those bitter tears Forget my anger and those cruel years And love you once again as on that day It But r was not remembered You passed by without a sign or token Then I know that diflerent ways were ordered for we two And so I laughed and suffered on again As I shall suffer alwaystill the painShall me at the last In pence to die N S COX January 1905 LETTER LIST The following is the list of letters to be advertised for the week end- Ing Saturday February 4 Anderson Albert Axton Fisher Tobo Co Barit Green Brown George Brumbaok Jessie G Bryant Nelson H Clay Scott- Dedmazi LeotGayhart Goo Haly Laura C Howsou Nellie Mullaney John Parker Hattie Parker John Parrish John 2 Sames Margaret Sharpe Luna- Singtoling N Snellen Kitty Warner James Witt Berry B Wright P P Portions calling for the above let ters will please say advertised E M DRANE f M I DAVID HARUM The Play You Can Not Afford to Miss at Cnpitnlrrhentle This veiling Mr Julius Cahn will present the dramatization of Westcotts widely read book David Ha rum at the Capital Theatre this evening The play is now nearly three years old and since its pro duction it has had a phenomenal measure of success For sixteen weeks it ran in New York for six weeks in Chicago for two months in Boston where it proved to be a record breaker in point of attend mace and for six weeks in Phila delphia In transplanting the story from the book to the stage the dramatizers were careful to take few liberties with Westcotts work Into three acts the play is dividedand all of the scenes are laid in Homeville Now York In the first act the audience sees Da rids bank on one side and Aunt Pollys house across the road and in the background the big earl wherein David kept his horses All of the familiar characters are quickly introduced There is Da vids factotum Dick Larribee and Dug Robinson who drives the stage from time depotr1hen comes the old skinflint Zoko Swinney and shortly after the little Widow Cullom the relict of Billy P Mary Blake then puts in an appearance and herein is where the only liberty that is taken with the story is intro duced She comes to Homeville to get a position in the public school she having learned that for years she was dependent on General Wolsey Her independ once asserted itself and she de termined to earn her own living She went to Homeville because her mother was buried there and well because she knew that after the death of his father John Lenox went to work in Da vid Harums bank John Lenox comes into view and so does pert little Cet Timson There is dear old Aunt Polly and sloping along comes the village tough Bill Mon taig Brown makes his first appearance as Harum behind that pesky criter the hay hoss which has been given him a dumb tough time of it on the River Rondr1he story is quickly de veloped Deacon Perkins comes to look the bay hoss over and the animal is brought out of the barn and down to the trough David theneftects the sale of the animal which will stand without hitchinThe second act is laid in the office of the counting room of the bank It is essentially the office ofa man who loves horses In this act there is the incident of the counterfeit bills the tussle with Bill Montaig the resignation of Chet Timson and the securing of the mortgages on the Widow Cullom liQuse In the third act another phase of David Haruuis character is shown in his home life The scene is laid in Aunt Pollys sitting room and the time is Christmas morning It is snowing hard out side Aunt Polly is having John Lenoxs things surreptitiously re moved from time Eagle Tavern to her spare room The Widow Cul loin conies in answer to Davids summons expecting to be bereft of her home There is the story of Davids visit to the circus the giving to the widow of her home the engagement of John Lenox and Mary Blake and the curtain falls on the Christmas dinner with Davids opening that famous bottle of champagne Mr Cahns company is an ex ceptionally strong one and Harry Brown who plays the part of Harum is one of the best charac ter actors on the stage Seats are on sale at Barretts Book Store Main Street Prices 25 cents to 1 OAJBVOX1XJLB- MTI tl tk cCBbZBM MOTHERS BE CAREFUL Of the health of your children Lookout for Coughs Colds CoughStop e remedyHarmless IJ W Gayle I k V it Iit Pleasant to take J Laxative Svrupil jl 4 NATURES CURE FOR CONSTIPATIONI i IiAnd he will tell you Laxative Fruits and their extracts are t ithe best medicines for Consipation as they bring about a action of the bowels wh minerals and their saltstare irritating to the intestinesILYONS LAXATIVE SYRUP is a strictly Fruit and Vege Itable Compound and if used in Constipation will bring a complete cure ridding you of such symptoms as Sick Headache Nervousness Tired Feeling Nauseousness a iBloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than Iany other you have tried t ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE NOW IS THE PROPER TIME TO- t Glaze Your Windows s I have an immense stock GLASS all sizes und ofIquantity interest you as to price FRANK Gr STAGG t Hardware Paints Oils EtctLEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY LOCAL TIMETABLE CEFFECTIVE OCT 10 1901 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND IDaily Leave AM AMI Stations No1 INoS IExsonl n 226 745 0LexIngton 0 1010 605 6ltate406 023 Stanton 828 490 485 964 Natural Bridge 401 449 1008 62 Torrent tt tIOtI 847 fi611 1029 ville Junction 616 1180 e4Jackson 625 i22b andlocalBy for Beatty ville Trains Nod and 8 connect with the O O By at L E Junction for stationSIJ R BARR OHABLB8 SCOTTfGeneral Manager Q p A OHIO AND KENTUCKY RAILWAY No No 22 DatlyHis A M Lye PlI Lvel Stations INoBS NO21F IA M Ar P i o 980 II Jackson 880 1120 0 926 O A K Junction 886 1126 162 Hampton Wilhurst 17 1168 18 4 I10I USI 128 610 1222 lit 122 Helooh wa 618 1228 106 Cannel City 646 1245n fortyM LJOONLKY Superintendent 1J T Dissolution Sale l f itTHEBIG DISSOLUTION SALE OF r ODonnellrWill only last two weeks longer If you have not attended this sale dont fail to do so Everything in this immense stock of Dry Goods Notions and leadyto Vear Garments is being sold at prices that make them Rtal and RaretBargains Lots oi Odds and Ends on the Bargain Counters consisting of Underwear Hosiery Gloves Corsets etc also hundreds of Remnants of all kinds which will be sold at ridiculously low prices Come and see for yourself SPECIAL ON FEB SuitsI tg on at our store SPECIAL ORDERS TAKENfINTERNAL REVENUE ASSIGN i MENTS assignIments District of Kentucky as made by 1Collector S J Roberts Tarr Co Lexington W D Blanding day duty J A Eastin meal room Jill i Walker additional and battling T K Oldham night A G Leon ard gauging 2 Kentucky River Distillery Frankfort W S Lyne day D no Walcutt additional T J Craig additional F D Clark gauging 3 H E Pogue Distilling Co Maysville H G Holiday day Oscar Grigsby additional and bottling J G Barnett addi tional L M Gaffin gauging 4 W A Gaines Co Frank fortSpeed F Owen day J R Spiers additional Henry New sou additional W H Sneed bottling H T Gaines with drawal gauger W M Saffell list ganger 5 J E Pepper Co Lexing tonW G Dunlap day J 11 Stevenson meal room J T Gunn additional T L McCon iioll additional and bottling W B Anderson night D C Berry man gauger H S Foreman gauger T H Shelby gauger 6 Poyntz Bros Co Maysville W C Shy storekeepergaugor MidwnyIadditional R H Davenport additional P G Powell bottling P S Rule meal room E B Davis night W T Crosth wait P P Parrish and F G Sparks gaugers 10 Peacock Distillery Co Kiserton W W Cherry day C L Hough additional and J P liutchcraft gauger 11 S C Herbst Fiankfort 4A IV NftBor day 1 T West additional and bottling C N Co ParisJ day J D Shy gnugertJ Phelps bottling meal room C T r tT F Croghan gauger 17 Old McBrayer Distillery Co Mt SterlingJ W Black day J 0 Kash additional and bottling FM Cisco meal room J J Kearns gauger 24 J H Rogers Co Mays villeJ S Wallingford day Frank Harting meal room L M Gaffin gauger v 82 E M Babbitt Versailles C H Talbott day J T Berry additional and bottling S D Pinkerton gauger 88 George Baker Frankfort i R Strauss day C H Morgan additionmoalroom George P McCaun night John Stephan ski gauger 87 John Cochran Co Frank fortW A Hamilton day H S Bell additional and bottling Amos Griffith meal room D E Reid night J E Hanrahau gauger 3 S Drake additional 46 J E Pepper Co Yarnall ii tonA V Combs storekeeper gauger 48 N T Boggs BlaineC L Osborne storekeepergauger 50 W J Frazer Versailles GUB Whitehouse storekeeper gauger 52 Labrot Graham Frank IfortV L Baker day R H Whittington additional and bot tling George T Montjoy meal room S D Pinkerton gauger 58 E H Taylor Jr Sons Frankfort George T Scearce day J M Fraley additional L L Lemaster bottling C H Wickliffe meal room J H Smoot night IV P Bacon addi tional C N Wiard gauger 72 J J Chambers MeansT M Brown storekeepergauger 77 Paris Distilling Co Paris J M Russell day W G Cook additional J II Murray addi tional meal room C T 1hrock morton bottling R D Grant night D C Berryman and J P Hutchcraft gaugers 01 J J M Saffell Frank fortH S Sinclair day A B Piper additional and bottling E F Darnaby additional F D Clark gauger 92 A J Conn Son Lime stoneE W Lane storekeeper gauger 90 J N Blakemore Frankfort Buckner McElroy day J L Cox meal room VlI Sattell gauger 105 Haynes Trundle Stamp ing GroundS P Willis store keeper gauger 100 W A Gaines Co LIadditional D Harp bottling IsI F Fannin meal room H C Everett night E Craig and H T Gaines gangers 118 George T Stagg Co FrankfortJ M Withrow day C M Kash additional J R Sams bottling J G Brawner meal room S A Powell ganger John Stephanski gnugerI882 J T H M Hutchinson storekeeper gauger 840 Fulton Co Culver storekeepergfiugerI 844 D C Whitt Whitt J P Blair storekeepergauger GENERAL STOREKEEPER GAUGER Lexington Garland R Bul lock PUBLIC WAREHOUSE 1 Lexington Public Warehouse CoJ W Jewett storekeeper gauger Letcher Lusby store keeperganger RECTIFIERS Stoll Co J E Pepper Co Strader Son and The W J Smith Co Lexington H S Foreman gauger- J PWilliameFrankfortJohnS- tephaiiski gauger H E Pogue Maysville L M Gaffin gauger- DESERVED POPULARITY To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are mild pleasant and harmless but effective and sure Their uni versal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popu larity and usefulness Sold by J Gayle r IIIIIIWI POSITIVE PROOF Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic in Frankfort Because its the evidence of a Frankfort citizen investigatedThe merit The best of pr6of Read it W H Roberts grocer of 880 Todd St says Being in the drug business a good many years myknowledgecient to prove tint my kidneys were not performing the work which nature intended they should for I suffered a great deal from a persistent aching pain across the small of my back and the secretions from the kidneys were colored and so irreg ular especially at night that my rest was greatly disturbed It threeIDeans Kidney Pills and I sent ton large neighboring city and got a box I gained so much from the use of these Pills that I pronounced them a kidney remedy of unequaled merit My last supply was procured at J W Gayies drug store and I take a dose of them once in awhile as a tonic for the kidney A number of hnveIPills have used them with great hen efitFor sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co ngentsforRemember the name Doans and take no other IPUBLIC IS AROUSED The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Marv H Wal ters of 540 St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after begin ning to take Electric Bitters I obtained relief and in a short time I was entirely cured Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c WANTED Special representative in this and adjoining territories in con nection with the Wholesale Department oldestablished busi ness house of solid financial stand ing Salary 21 weekly with ex penses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expenses advanced position per manent We furnish everything Address THE COLUMBIA 680 Mouon Building Chicago Ill 1924t Dyspepsia bane of human existence Burdock Blood Bitters cures it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach Dr Wu Trmtonrat Byrup forth blood Grst for skin empties t t 4f r i H The years comeI rlimeIchanges but the old reliable J r E M I still stands as the leader of all fine flours Sold only by Grocers C 01i Rill2Yb BET- WEENLouisville AND Chicago BEST CALIFORNIAAND VAST NORTHWEST UNION STATION TTATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleeper E H BACON P A Cur 4th anil Market Loulaii SALESMEN WANTEDThree CountyTownship 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 Chicago Ill1mCHANGE OF TIME OF TRAINS NOS 9 AND 10 QUEEN CRESCENTROUTE On and after January 9th trains Nos 9 and 10 will run daily ex cept Sunday They now run daily tf OA TOR rAHan AtwmBontfit BctDr J S Collins DENTIST 821 Main St Frankfort Ky 61tf IKodO Dypsl Cure yu sat LttIfL i ti ii t1h fw DAILY EXCURSIONS TOLEDO tStIy Port Huron Bu the Magnificent Steamer- of the r Dailyatis 1 MSundaysyround trlpJ Excursions att5undayTSca delightful two days trip only 300 meals and berth extra Special Rate 1o Socfttftj Close connections at Detroit with steamers for Buffalo the Soo Duluth etc For further information see nearest Railroad Ageutorwritei0 ji e LADIES WANTED i A bright Energetic Vomantwomans work Permanent osi j4 tion Oldestablished business standingSalaryexpenses paid each Monday di rect from headquarters Expenses everythingAddress Block Chicago lit 1924t DeWltts B89 Salvo For Piles Burns Sores Queen and- Crescent Route Shortest Route AND Quickest scneflule BETWEEN GEORGETOWN mrt CINCINNATI =CHATTANOOGAATLANTA BIRMINGHAM SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter C E CLARKS T P At 8f Mali Street Lexicon Keatucky It1 i i1 y le THE ABOVE PLAY WILL BE THE ATTRACTION AT CAPITAL THEATRE MONDAY FEB 6 SEATS NOW ON SALE AT BARRETTS TTHE LEGISLATURE game of crosspurposes and Irhe goes merrily on at an expense of lr to 2000 per day to the taxpayers The House passed n bill locating the Capitol on tho Hunt site and appropriating 40000 for the purchase of the necessary grounds by a vote of 52 to 23 and sent it to the Senate Tho Senate not to be outdone after voted in favor of the forIof 18 to 15 then turned around and adopted a substitute for the House bill by n vote of 25 to 4 appropriating 00 000 requiring addit tional grounds to be purchased and locating on tho Hunt site also Many people thought tho matter was as as settled but they pulitiWhen tho Senates substitute was reported back to the House the Gentlemen who had boon declaim ing so loudly for a prompt settle ment of the matter and for tho Hunt site had a revelation There 1aas a mouse in the meal tub that august body at once raised its hands in holy horror at tho extravagance of the upper house und swore by tho groat horn spoon that they would never sanction such awful extravagance forgot tint at the same time that by re to concur with the Senate 1theywore in nil probability fol lowing a course that would lOst the State about a much as the extra amount called for in the Senate bill by prolonging tho session curd f yet paving tho matter unsettled It is shrewdly suspected that the Senatorial polons had loaded their substitute with tthe extra amount Just in order to draw tho House out pruduceIIThe play for political control still apaceAny situation is just simply where it began nearly thirty dnvs ago 0 tempora o mores STAMPING GROUND Owing to the marriage of Mrs Perry Mothershead vacancy was r created in the position of assistant postmaster and Miss HallSe Old ham has been appointed to that place Mr B G Robinson Sr and Mr A Robinson have pur chased a lot from Squire J H Lindsay on Main street running back to the F kAC Railroad where they expect to build a livery and sale stable The price paid was 250 cash The Colored Baptist Church for the third time was destroyed by fire on Sunday night about 11 oclock It is supposed that yrdefective flue canned the fire amount to JjiJOOO with no insurance- Sunday was about the worst day of the winter It snowed all dayu fine powdery snow The mercury Monday morning had fallen to 2 degrees above zoro r UNO t z Dr Weavers Syrnp and Cerate Bncceisf treatment for blood and skin diseases l ill J r L U3 EVERYMAN COMING Tho Great Morality Play at Capital Theatre One Night Only February 8 It is not very flattering to modern dramatists that no dramatic work of recent years has created one fourth tho interest among educated people as the old morality play proIduoedago playlofnotable dramatic event of recent years It has been presented in New York Boston Chicago and other large cities during tho past season to very largo audiences and has everywhere made a profound impression and revived the interest in English literature of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries Tho first production of Everyman in this city at the Capital Theatre on next Wednesday Fob ruary 8 by Rudolph E Magnus and his excellent company is an event worthy of more than passim notice in fact one deserving the special attention of all educated people whether regular theatre coors or not Everyman is more than a play nothing like it has ItIand to miss the opportunity witnessing this strange play ought to be a matter of sincere regret Mr Magnus portrayal of the exacting title role is spoken of as an exceptionally scholarly and in telligent performance and one that makes an impression upon his au ditors not easily forgotten Tho supporting company has also found favor with tho critics and a per formance of a high degree of excel lence can be anticipated From a scenic standpoint the pro duction will be complete Mr Magnus brings with sign all the special scenery used by him re cently in Chicago Seats on sale at Barretts Mon lay Prices 100 75 and 50 cents GIVE YOUR STOMACH A REST Your food must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stom ach is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest enabling it to recuperate take on new life and grow strong again Kodol cures sour stom nell gas bloating heart palpita tin and all digestive disorders L A Sopor of Little Rock Ky writes us Wo feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all tho commendation that can be given it as it saved the life of our little girl when she was three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly hut of course she only takes it now when anything disagrees with her Sold by J YfJSpyJe SAW HIS SHADOW AND SXEEDADLED BACK TO HIS BUR ROW Thursday last was Ground Hog day It was bright clear Bud cold all day so that the Professor undoubtedly saw his shadow and skeedadJ ed hack into his holeto remain for six weeks longer SiYfJI 3f Yr5A THE KENTUCKYPUROHASE Several inquiries have como of late concerning the Kentucky Purchase and as the printed stories make only the barest men tion fnn event that was of the highest importance to the young nation and this section in particular an effort has been made to get information from private parties Through tho kindness of Col H M Doack thy following letter from R T Durrett of Lou isville Ky has been obtained and is printed with Durretts permission When Kentucky was first settled by the whites und when she because a State and for years afterwards the Chickasaw Indians hold the southwestern part of the State When MI 1780 a fort was built on the Mississippi river by tho United States the consent of these Indians was not obtained and they resented the intrusion as a seizure ofa part of their land They attacked the fort known as Fort Jefferson and came very near starving out the garri son occupying it At the critical moment however an officer of the fort loaded swival with mus ket balls and tired it into the ranks of the Indians who were close to the fort and made such destruction among them that they were discouraged and abandoned the seine It required a good deal of care however to manage these Indians afterward and keep them at peace Peace was pro served however until the final purchase of these lands from the Indians in the year 1818 A treaty meeting was held in Old Town and Gen Jackson and Gov Shelby acted as commissioners for the United States and the chiefs find principal men of the Chickasaw Nation represented the Indians The meeting lasted for several days and finally closed on the 19th day of October 1818 The treaty was signed by Isaac Shel by and Andrew Jackson as commissioners on tho part of the United States and by Levi Col bert and twenty others as repre sentatives of the Indinns By this treat the United States pur chased all the lands in southwestern Kentucky between the Mississippi river on the west and the Tennessee on the east and Ken tucky on the south This terri tory has since been divided up into eight counties Ballard Mc Cracken Marshall Cal lowny Graves Carlisle Hickman aid FultonFor this large body of laud tho United States agreed to pay twenty thousand dollars per year for fifteen years and in addition thereto a number of individual payments to the Indians and the allowance of the use of certain districts of the land Since this purchase the transaction has been known more generally as the Jackson than as the Jackson and Shelby Purchase It has however in recent years assumed time name of The Purchase and is so known wherever it is known at all to dayMr Durrett may be in error as to the recentness of tho use of the term file Purchase for Col Doak says that he remumbors when a boy hearing immigrants front North Carolina who were passing in their prairie schoon ers sty they were agwino to tho Purchase PASSING AWAY Death is fast thinning the ranks of the famous society of Shakers at Pleasant Hill Mercer county lime last one to answer tho final call was Sister Elizabeth Spalding whose death occurred a few days ago She was reported to ho over eightylive years of ago The members of this once thriv ing little village am rapidly passing away and in a few more years the society will bo extinct Pleas ant lull is oven yet one of tho in teresting points in the State oven though a decided change has taken place in tlO last several years In times goer by many wealthy people from all parts of the coun trywould visit this place and would spend tho summer The village was founded in 1810 by the society and for yetis was ono of the most prosperous in tho oonrity At ono sovon thousand acres of the finest blue grass land was owned by tho so ciety E t ftThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tIle signature of F and has been made under his per f + sonal supervision since its infancy t Allow 110 one todeceive you in this fi All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of s ri Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare r goric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic rsubstance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms ii and allays Fcverislmess It cures Diarrhwa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipationi and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ti Bears the Signature of i The Kind You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 30 Years w wwwwwM S Not a r = Corn Left I You will probably not t have a single corn left ono W 00MW- Msout hMCorn Cure ITonight jSR Any kind of corn hard 2 or soft one that pleads S3 first offense or one S with a had record all SS will be toile in short W order if 10tl use this 58 corn anhihihitor as j2 directed If the rAIn eel v ails we wish to jjjg M leturn you monev r 15c M LM IIWANTED Ten nee in each State to travel tuck signs and distribute sajnples and circulars ofour goods Sal ary 75 per month 800 per lily for expenses KUIILMAN CO Dept S Atlas Building Chicago 192m 1rIIIlNGIN THE THROAT One minute after taking Ono ticklingintho throat not tho stomach Harmless good for children A h Spo fiord pustnuiHtor at Ches ter Mich says Our little girl was unconscious from stnuigula tion during a sudden und terrible attack of croup Throe doses of Ono Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart speedily cured tier I can not praise One Minute Cough Cure too much for what it hits done in our familyIt always givearelief Sold bv J WGaylo O GRASS TRACTION IBLUE COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1904 Cars leave Lexington for Paris every hour from 0 a m to 9 p in except 11 a in 1 and 8 p m Leave Paris for Lexington volYihour from 7 a m to 10 p m ex cept 12 noon 2 und 9 p m Leave Loxjngton for George town every hour from 7 a in toI11 p m except 11 a in 3 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 6 a jm to 10 p in except 10 a m 112 noon 7 and 9 p in Car 14 carrying freight express I and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 850 p in Leaves Georgetown at 10 a m Leaves Lexington for Paris at 1185 a in Leaves Paris 45 p mIFreight rates also special rates for excursion for supper and theatre parties and for school business and family tickets cnn he had on application at the com panys office 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Homo Phone WYtf DO IT TODAY II g omll you it thoIihnukinstrugglingweeks Tako sumo reliable remedy remedybe I which has boon in use for over elUrA A few doses of it will undoubtlClI1olluo our cough or cold and its lonlii111od- nso for a few IIWR will euro iiHontHIconsumption has attacked your lungs Jernwu Syrup will surely feffect a curemis ulias dono before in thousands apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble Now trial bottles 25c regular situ 75c At all drngigsts lyr THE SUSNHINE OF SPRING limo Salve that cures without a scar is DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cuts Burns Boils Bruises jand Piles disappear before the use of this salvo as snow boforo tho sunshine of spring Miss H M Middleton Thebes 111 says I was seriously afiicteil with n fovort DollVittsmo a 1 genuine Sold by J W Gayle P t r l t LmmQtI1 Clearance L1e IOur Annual January Sale will commence Saturday the 14th This advertisement contains but a few of the bargains that await you j TABLE LINEN fido for 72 inch Table Linen worth i for 72 inch Table Linen worth 100 it TOWELS y 7jo for Huck Towels worth lOo lOc for luck Towels worth12e 12lftc for Hock Towel worth life lGjjC for Huok Towels worth LOc 4c yd heat Calico Bo yd four quarter Brown Cotton Bo yd four quarter Blench Cotton 5o yd Apron Ginghtun STREETJI MINUTE ADOPTED BY THK SESSION OF THE FI H1- PRESBYlERfAN CHURCH ON THE DEATH OF MR S C BULL y providence1msmidst Mr S C Bull our otlloinl brother and fellow laborer in His cause Session puts on record this expression of our appreciation of his character as a man a Chris tian and an olllcor of this church Mr Bull was horn in the nol hI boring county of Shelby on SeptomI her it 1804 hence had passed his 70th birthday before taken with his last illness When about fifteen yours of age ho came to Frankfort und secured a position in the store of Mr W M Todd at that time and for many years a ruling elder in this church and Superintendent of the Sabbath School Mr Todd took the young stranger to his own home and looked after his moral and spiritual welfare as ho did for his own family This period of residence under the supervision of such a Ulan as Mr Todd left its in delible impression on the character of Mr Bull to which in after life he often gratefully referred In 1857 Mr Bull united by profes sion with this church In 1800 he was elected a member of the board fllltlc11for1SG7 ho was also elected Superin tendent of the Sundayschool the NOTIONS lo for flair Pius 20 for Rll Cotton Tope 80 for Clarks Spool Cotton 4c for card Safety Pins 40 for Feather Stitched Braid Bo for Talcum Powder 40 for Good Soap lOc for Good Dress Shields Bo dozen for Pearl Buttons Be doz for Rubber Dressing Combs Handuerchidfs from 4o up Stocks and Turnovers from 7o up latter two offices he llllod must effl oiciiMy till the time of his loath having filled each of those oflicos longer than any othnr ono in any 01111011Ihim a record equalled probably by no man that tins ever lived in this i11lantq which was constantly called into requisition upon all occasions when vocal music was desired at concerts at religious conventions in church services at funerals and at the bedsides of the sick and lying and he never failed to respond and was always listened to with pleasure comfort and edi ficationIt with unanimous and est satisfaction that we as headiIsion testify to the uniform with which Mr Bull filled every position he was called on to occupy His devotion to the service of his Lord and the church with which he was connected was such that no personal inconvenience length of way weatiness of body state of weather or business perplexities wore over allowed to interfere with his presence at public worship or official meetings Tie influence longlifovices and which has been wrought into this church is beyond the power of Unite mind to estimate BIG JAN VARY SALE OF VENTS READYTOWEAR IJADIESI Ladies Gowns assortment un equalled for quality nnd style 39o up Ladies Drawers every pair well made and nicely finished 1Jc up Ladies Underskirts tine material full and liberal measurements Hlo up Corset Covers excellent material and good fit Soup CLEAN UP OF KNIT UNDKKWKAB 15c for Vests worth 2i5c The for Drawers worth 25c 85o for Vests worth 35o for Drawers worth 39o for Union Suits worth 75o KY In this respect he bolas dead yet speaketh His place will be hard to fill In all the bereavements and trials of life that Mr Bull was called on to pass through he bore himself with a humble resignation to the Divino will that betokened the presence and power of a faith which spoke to his soulit is the Lord let Him do what seemeth Him good and blessed he the name of the Lord When stricken with disease he bore his long illness with a cheerlulness that banished gloom from his skit chamber and was a perpetual benediction to his family Wo record our profound souse of the great loss as a chili ch we have sustained in the death of S Bull and tender to the sorrowing fancily our deepest sympathies in their hour of bereavement J McCLUSKEY BLAYNEY Moderator E L SAMUEL IClerkFRANKFORT BOY NAMED The Governor has been asked to name five male pupils of high schools to represent their schools at time inauguration of President Roosevelt March 4 He has named Ed E Abbott son of Col Ed E Abbott to represent the Frankfort High School GREAT SALE OF SILKS Our reputation as leaders in this line makes it almost nnnecceseary for us to say anything except to extend an invitation for yon to come and buy the best grades at the least possible prices 48o for Silks worth fiflo for Silks worth 75c for Silks worth 85o- 7flo for Silks worth 6100 Crepe do Chine 39o all colors COLORED DRESS GOODS CLEARANCE 3Co for Dress Goods worth 45c for Dress Goods worth 69c for Dress Goods worth 7Cc 7oo for Dress Goods worth L BLACK DRESS GOODS departmcntI J AFTER I INVENTORY SALE Commencing Monday February 6th we can offer some special good things in ends of hand some Dress Materials and Silks We are showing some of the nobbiest styles in Spring Silks for Suits and at prices that cant be duplicated anywhere Our Laces and Embroideries are uptodate F T HEENEYarrxcwrx itr aaa SALE IOn account of tlc death of Capt TV T Havens who was a nlelnbr of the firm of Collins Ilmens a beginJ t ww TO OONTINU KI 7lctAND FOR THIRTY DAYS It TERMS STRICTLY CASH The stork of goods consists of a general line of Hardware such as Builders Hardware Carpenters Tools Blacksmiths Tcols Saddlery Hardware Stoves in fact everything to be found in a firstclass hm dware tore AL JI p IlEIC 1Jt In addition we have farm implements of all kinds such as Tornado Disc Har J rows Steel Land Rollers A Harrows Malta Double Shovel Plows Syracuse Hillside t Plows Twohorse Corn Planters Steel Roofing Iron and Steel Tarred Paper Roofing Paints and Oils Onehorse Corn Planters Malta Cultivators Vulcan Plows Steel Plows Seed Drills Glass Surreys and Buggies Guns and Am munition Sporting Goods A full line of Buggy Harness and Plow Gear as follows Breeching Buggy and Surrey Harness Harness Back Bands Cotton Rope Lap Robes Horse Collars Trace Chains Manilla Rope Horse Blankets A full line of Wagon Material r such as Rims Spokes Buggy Shatts These are a few of the items contained in our stock J All persons indebted to the firm of Collins Havens are requested to make settlement of ounce IJ it ri j 1 11 rDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION HISTORY LITERATURE r r A SketchThomas Carlylo Born December 4 1795 in the village of Ecdefechnn parish of Hoddam Dumfriesshire Scotland Died at Chelsea February- s 1881 Peculiar views provented him from becoming a minister He began the study of law which he dropped for a period ofwork as private tutor to the brilliant Geo Buller and then embraced litera professiona he published many translations among them Goethes Wilhelm Muster and the life of Schiller both severely criticised and yet highly praised indications of Carlyles genius clearly shown in the peculiar style and polished methods of de lineationHe Jane Welsh a lineal descendant of John Knox in 1826 and wrote his specimens of German Romance 4 vols in the same eventful wonderful year After ho retired to Craigenput tock a small property in Dum friesshire belonging to his wife the loneliest nook in Britain as he himself expresses it he earn estly dedicated his whole life to the great questions in philosophy literature social ethics and poll- ties When ho departed this life he was recognized as one of the greatest of modern literary men I He was better fitted to great thought to stimuln se and awaken j nature than to guides Intolerant strong in his preju oftenrmay be disputed with impunity J but no one could have the temer ity to deny his or fail to V see in hiswritings the ferved earnestness and prophetic fire which made him one of the great Centuryfig iJfor its power and graphic effect f than for its abruptness rugged- nessr and eccentricity I deem him as a towering oak in the for est of writers set apart as it were for some specific purpose in the annals of literature and from whom one can draw inspiration as fresh and us pure as the water i from a mountain- E E C Moore said The genuinely educated man is not one who has merely passed through a great many different experiences and who has made the acquaintance of a wide range of men and things but rather one Avho has formed the habit of con hefr ences which may come to him So Carlyle in imbibing the- silent powerful forces which t underlie the strata of natural rJphenomena gave oil in erratic Ia querulousness those questionable ideas incurable in a r misanthrope A man oin not aspire if he looks down for God has not created us withnspira r tions and longings for heights to which we can not climb And r 7 to the unsatisfied soul of the great individual even hope is but a promIse of the possibility of it as own fulfillment Had Carlyle t jeverloved pour dependent unselfish ft Jane Welsh as she merited and deserved he could have arisen r out of the unhealthfulatmos phere of disappointed yearnings that were never realized Shequiet brown mouse of the lonely farm house paid him the highest compliment a woman Olin pay to a man and that man her husband She idealized his attribute she idolized his attain menu she loved him with all her soul laughing aloud when the inn possibility or a return of her action and ft was ever a mooted question was spoken of realizing with the perfection ofu thor ough artistic discernment thut c slue must keep up the renewed fight loving thp majisho luuf married as she hud lovpdj lr from the beginning as she would love him to the end And so I have learned to think apartinexistence fuller of duties than the sky of stars as I do other lives as sad as those forgotten upon the bleak and lonely 13graves J J hillside and to their revered memories I would plant two rose trees hardy enough to withstand passersbyOne and fragrant as wns the sweet spirit of the woman buried alive in Oraigenputtock the other should be red and full of commingling uponthohung I would write these lines dedicating them with tears Two clouds of lovely azure blue Floatedone day across the sky greeting gave as each passed by As human hearts may do sightLonight Far lonelier than on yesterday The same blue clouds have met again As is the sunshine after rain MayAndThese clouds have melted into one N S COX January 30 05- IMMIGRATION TO THE SOUTH We commented some days ago on the movement to turn the tide of European immigration from the overcrowded cities of the North to the undeveloped fields and industries of the South This would be to the advantage of all interested It would benefit the North which is suffering from the congestion ofa large immi grant population in its great furnishingitresources It would be equally advantageous to the American laborer by protecting him from the competition with an excess of cheap and unskilled labor which has a tendency to depress wages while the immigrant who is look ing for work and frequently can not find it in the North and in despair returns home would find plenty to do on the Southern farms and plantations But while the project is so gen orally advantageous to all we scarcely expected to see it received with such unanimous favor The United States Bureau of Immigra tion is prepared to give its ardent support and will do all it can legally do to turn the newly arrived immigrants towards the South CommissionerGeneral Immigration Sargent would in deed go much further if the law allowed it In discussing the matter with the representatives of the Southern railroads who went before him ho expressed re gret that the Federal government theias resulted in the building up and maintenance of foreign colonies in the United States which ought to bo broken up It was only by proper distribu tion that the evil could be cor rected He added that the prac tical question was what shall be done with the hundreds of thousands of immigrants to avoid dan gers that now threaten us He called attention to the congestion of population in New York Chi cago and other cities the enor mous expenditure for the support of indigent aliens the records of the lessor criminal and police courts the alien inmates of hospitals jails and reformatory institution the crowded habita tioiftof foreigners in the cities the struggle for bare existence by which the sweatshop system has passed from one alien race to another the introduction into this country of the Mafia the vendetta the Black Hand and anarchist societies and on the other hand the millions of untitled acres mold the unsatisfied demand for agricultural and other manual labor All these evils he thought could bo cured by the diversion of a part of this foreign immigration Jnto the agricultural sections of the South The Southern press officials ijljid people genernlhnve ex to the movement und as anxious to wel come the newcomer this showing a marked change of sentiment from the old belief that the settle ment of European immigrants in this section would do great harp by disorganizing tho negro labor ors iJUf f ik d Even more pronounced is the press of the North which is giving the project a sendoff that can not fail to help it These papers de clare that the tide of foreign pop illation to the South by bringing about the development of sec tion will benefit the country as a whole while it will hasten a satisfactory settlement of the race questionThe Post Rep J thinks the movement destined to be a success because it is in the of such eminently practical menI Of twofold importance says the Post is the movement launched in Washington for the purpose of diverting to Southern and industrial com immigrnItionlargpr centers of population in the North Besides serving in a problemcities it should give to the Souths industrial revival an added im petus sufficient to overcome any retardent influences that may de velop The proposition differs from most social and economic schemes in the fact that its con summation is in the hands of practical railroad business men instead of dreamers and vision aries The benefit of such an arrangement to the immigrants would be incalculable Many of them would find in the South cli mate and soil conditions not widely different from those of their native counties They also would feel an independence and encouragement toward useful citi zenship that in the very nature of things can not be given them in propositioniscouragement The Philadelphia Ledger is equally emphatic in its views and announces that it will support bringbeforegrants the advantages of the South for their settlement The Ledgar says The Department of Commerce and Labor at Washington has undertaken a work under the direction of rank P Sargent Commissioner of Labor for the distribution of iUlm i g r a n t s through the South which prom ises the most beneficial results to the immigrants and the whole country Commissioner Sargent at the meeting hold the other day to discuss the project with the passenger agents of th various Southern raillroads outlined a plan which requires an enactment by Congress creating an informa tion bureau at the chief port of entry or several bureaus at the important ports The officials of these bureaus are to collect all possible information about tho various sections of the South which offer opportunities in agrii furIwith the railroads with the em ployers of labor und with boards of trade and State immigration societies are to attempt by moral suasion to distribute worthy im migrants in the parts of the coun try were their labor is needed and thus prevent them from remain ing in the great cities where they gravitate into the slums and haunts of crime or at least overburden the labor market Tho movement the Ledger de clares is not only an industrial undertaking but probably tho most valuable of all charity on Ueuvors of recent years for it promises to correct the present evil conditions in city life duo to tho congestion of population in the slums Tho Providence Journal speaking for Now England promises equal support to any legislation that may be necessary to carry this project into effect There is a real scarcity of labor in the South says tho Journal not only on tho plantations but in tho manufacturing towns and it is a scarcity that can novel ho fully und satisfactorily supplied by tho negroes If the thousands of aliens who now huddle in poverty in the cities of the North and East can be diverted thither very desirable economic results cnn attained Experiments on a small scalp have already shown that farmers for example are exceedingly well adapted for work in the cotton fields other aliens could doubtless be employed with equal success in other Southern J 1q L jrfiJ industries to their own advan tage to the better development of Southern resources and to the ultimate increase of the national wealth It may be reasonably expected therefore that a considerable pro portion of the foreign immigrants landing upon our shores will in future bo turned towards the South assuring a better supply of labor and leaving us no longer so largely dependent en unreliable thatIceive the full quantum of white immigration promised by the railroads last year but which did not wholly materialize thatImigration from Europe let us nut lose sight of similar immigration from the North and West There cculd be no more valuable addition to our population than the thousands of Northern and Western farmers who would like to move South because of its climate and the cheaper lands this section offers them Times Democrat Editorial December 22 1904 PUBLICSIIEStock chen Furniture will be Public Auction tI605 Near Farmdale on the Frankfort and Lawrenceburg Pike at my place formerly known as the OLD TOM FARMER PLACE Lot of odds and ends 2 Twohorse Plows 2 Garden Plows 2 Cultivators 1 Double A and 3 Common A Harrows 1 Disk Harrow good as new 1 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 3 Hand Corn Planters Log Wagon and Chrtins 2 Pond Scrapers 2 Onehorse Carts Feed Slide and several sets of Plough Gear 3 Sudel108IBuggy and Harness 10 Twoyearold Steers 10 Yearling Steers Several Hoifors 3 Cows 12 Calves weanlings 10 Fat Hogs 30 Nice Young Hogs 25 Brood Sows including a number of very fine Gilts bred ton thoroughbred Poland China Boar Horse 3 Mules Buggy Mare 1 Colt Fouryearold limey Stallion by Highland Denmark first dom by Washington 20 Stacks Timothy Hay 200 barrel ss Extra Seed Corn White and Yellow 50 barrels Corn Hay Oats Fodder Sorghum 25 Pure Bronze Turkeys lions and gobblers suitable to raise from 75 Chickens 10 Guineas Every article offered will be sold without reserve All sums under 10 cash over 10 a credit ofsix months without interest note to be made negotiable and payable ill batik with approved security Sale will begin at 10 oclock sharp An old fashioned burgoo prepared by Gus Jaubert the only man that can make the genuine article JIP HOSTETTER213t OAJSGPOXtXA Bears theihaSignature Iof C M SOUTHERN RAILWAY St LonleLonfsville Lines ITIlIE TABLE Corrected to June 25 19O1 Louisville Division No1 No5 No8 am pm pmr 780ArLnwrcnoobursr 955 620 985c i1016 642 954 Lexington 1045 710 1020 Burl 725 Georgetown 1150 740 No No 2 No6- 8m pm am 714ArLexington 605 445 780aVersailles 625 512 755Lnwrenceburg 643 540 820 i 910Louisville t l andLoxlmltonAlso on trains Nos 5 and Through Obser vation chair ear between Louisville Harrods ginTrain Louisville 745 n m for the South nnd arriving 750 from the Routh through vlltKnox1J1e itInllbetween Louisville and Birmingham via Lex ington and Chattanooga t Between L x LoutsStNo No 2 mAI l Princeton 100 pm 145 am ItSt Louis 686 pm 782 a m IiNo8Lv St Louis Ar Huntingburg 1a8pml8c4am Louisville No10 No22 Lv Louisville 600 P 850 a Ar Huntingburg 850 p ml 1145 amEvnnsvlllo 1025 p 180 pm No No Lv Evansvillo a ml 115 JAr Huntingburg 11159 a m 250 ro Ar n ml 545 p4n Trains Nos Sand run solid between Louisville and St Louis Trains Nos 0 and run solid between Louis ville and Evansville carrying Chair Cars Trains Nos and carry Through first class Coaches between Evansville and Louis ville Day trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Cafe Parlor Cars Night trains between Louisville and St Louis carry Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars buffet service applytoH R Spencer S H Hardwick GB AlonG 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 hangednow in the Louisville jail awaiting a new trial Tells His Own Story The conditions existing be fort the tragedy Where he himself was when Goebel shot How the web wasrabout him Why he tried to escape The strongest card played by the prosecution His arrest imprisonment etc The chief actor in the great Kentucky tragedy writes his story exclusively for The Reader Magazine February Number CHeady January 20 u WANTED 100900 SKUNKSAml other raw furs nt extremely high prices i Address A E BURKHARDT International Fur Merchant ti24m Cincinnati 0 CLIMATIC CURES Tho influence of climatic con ditions in tho cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and tutu rich patient too do much bettor at homo by i proper attention to food digestion rupiFroois undo certain by Gorman Syrup 80 is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Host loss nights and tho exhaustion duo to coughing the greatest dangorIand dread of the consumptive can CGormllvos thorn tho few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use Gorman Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists tyr 7 fiJtii J- 1Ai