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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l A I THE RAMEORT KOOTDABOFT 11 13 GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TKHMS 81 00 In Advance H Z YOL XXIX FRANKFORT KENTUCKY SATURDAY JAN13J I9Ce NO 19 f HALF PRICE I Ij I On ChristmasGoodsI r d Q J Today prices on what is left of Christmas Cut Glass China Dolls Toys MedallIons 0 In fact everything included in the sample purchase will be just onehalf usual retail j J prices away below cost manufacture Many beautiful gifts are still here these Centralrfj not afford to carry overnot in regular stock of L Clothing Furnishing Goods Shoesir SONrKYpiaf t RoundnboutIo l In the long ago the settlement of Loostown near Lock No 4 was a place of some prominence as a con tiguous suburb to Frankfort being I connected with it by a riprap road of stone that led along tho riverbank Its prominence was no doubt duo to the fact that largely before hrthe construction of the locks and lams there wilts a ford across the 1luntucl river connecting the t county road just at tho foot of the Rig Eddy and that following tho f1 building of tho looks it was a steamboat landing of marked importance Tho old stone houso that formed its central figure and that was erected nearly a century ago is still standing and used as a 1dwelling It was in this house in an corner tho writer off this article found some twenty l odd years ago a printed ordinance or order issued by tho Trustees of I Frankfort as they worn styled prescribing rules for the police gay ernment of tho city limo names off tho Trustees wore attached and wore of residents long since dead 1as are their children It directed that the watchmen as tho police wore called should patrol tho town I luring curtain ppeeillod hours mind that at midnight they should standf r at tho street corners and proclaim r iu a loud voice 1U oclock and lfjall is well No provision was i made as to what should happen if all was not well All slaves wore required to ho oil the streets i and at homo by p m it limo settlement of Lnestown de Aft rived its namo from a family o- Cr Lees who moved there and built QYtho stone house Tho residence of late Mr H H Murray was tho t property of tho Lees and Col A i H Renniok for so many years cleric of tho county court married a daughter of Mr Loo Provisions qnnd other supplies for tho forces under Richard Johnson who killed Tocuuisoh as represented by his F statue in tho Stat cemetery wore brought to Loostown from the in 1 tenor noel th Oil C 0 shipped on lat boats to points on tho Indiana shore nearest to tho troops in their J march against tho Indians soar Loestown wore the resi H deuces of Harrison RIanton who was cashier of tho United States Rank or branch of that bank tho veto of whoso charter by Andrew Jackson produced such national excitement and of Goo E FraerI who fought the Indians in the West as a volunteer under Gen Jim Jane and Col Sublett about 18423 Tho full history of Frariors ad ventures was published in the Roundabout about ten years ago the internal improvement em braced in tho construction of the first four locks and dams on tho Kentucky river marked an era in the hltol of Frankfort Railroads hat not then invaded Southern and Central Kentucky distributing tho goods of the whole sale merchants of the cities to tho interior towns and villages Sev eral linos of steamboats ran regu lalry to Louisville and Cincinnati bringing grant quantities of mer chandise which wore distributed to Central and Southern Kentucky by tho oldfashioned prairie schooners Tho city wharf was tho scene ofI grant and constant activity caused by tho arrival and departure time loading and unloading of the old Rluo Wing the Dove rho lou tucKy tilt Rob Lotchor tho Sea- Gull tho Wren tho Now Arlo and many others Tho lastnamed boat was sunk whilst commanded by ClihIblllgTho Sea Gull and Bob Lotchor had I KontuOIjrlvorFrankfort j Lock and dam No 4 was constructed by Mr Saml Knott and all were completed about time year 18JI8 Fishing was very good in those days about the dams and in the pools Salomon were caught in considerable numbers Old Elisha McCurdy a veteran of the craft fastened with tonic and line to a lot pound catfish null was nearly a whole day landing his prize Tho llsh at times would sink toi the bottom and with a long poll McCurdy would stir it into notion again it is not probable that time system of locks and dams on tho Kentucky liver that mire being constructed at such groat expense by tho govern mont will be of mummy material boa efit to Frankfort as an avenue of coal supply until tho mountains 1 it J contiguous to tho river are pierced I by railroads With very few ex swillIcientlythe slack water of tho completed dams to provido a supply as load lug for time barges Time long double roadway wooden bridge that connected North nlldI South Frankfort and was rOllIwlCIi by the present iron built in 1847by Albert G McNairy I of Massachusetts as contractor j and S M Day as foreman Our impression is that tho beautiful arch bridge over tho Kentucky river at the mouth of Hickman crook connecting the Lexington and Danville turnpikes was lOU strut ted by the same parties In constructing tho bridge here a narrow passageway of timber spilled together was first laid for tho workmen to cross Tho cross lug was dillloult mind dangerous for inexperienced persons but Col R R Sayre conductor of the Sayre School was wont to accomplish thee feat by wing a long balancing pole to steady himself Time first railroad bridge was nI suspension bridge of light caliber permitting tho use only of a light engine in drawing trains across tho heavier engines being halted on either side of tho river The demands of tratllo required this bridge to be replaced by a covered wooden truss bridge that was burned by tho Confederates in 1WW and wins succeeded by a light iron bridge mind this in turn by the1 present strong and substantial structure in 1S4S tho railroad tuniu 1 on f time L fc N that constitutes time hole in the ground by which 110111horsoHassetf as contractor The first I section of roadbed next above was under time contract of Carmicliarl i the next section above at Mack lins purl house by Thos Ilvnn i byltlaoktions on thojjhiglwr grade by Law rence Tobin and Peter McGrath Ry this new modern line the old primitive roadway of stone sills and flat rails upon whicti cars of rudo construction wore drawn first by horses and litter hy locomotives of ancient construction and which was completed in 1S2 or 18ii was I superseded minim consigned to tho crpyt of the load pastS R S Ai i 4W 11I Ii J m BIG PREINVENTOAY1C- loarance and Ren1nant Sale 1j Dor y BEGINNING I OflDY JUN I 08 1 p A CREAT11 BARGAIt OPPORTUNITY J After our Immense Holiday Business we have left on hand Thousands of Remnants Short Lengths and Soiled En1of l goods which wo want to dispose of before taking our annual inventory These consist of remnants of Woolen Dress Goods t Silks Embroideries Laces 1 Ribbons Outing Cloths Flannelletes Calicoes PelJ4ca- les Sheeting Cottons inashamsHandkerchiefs Etc rl Odd lots of Hosiery Underwear and CorsetsI Those will be sold at a grout sacrifice to move then out quickly Big reductions will also be made on Ladies Suits Cloaks Furs Childrens Fur Sets and Tailor Made Skirts j Wa Ladies Suits A t Li oil regular price Childrens Cloaks k to oil regular prier Furs j to s oil regular price Walking Skirts to i oil regular price Ladies Cloaks t to k oil regular price 1 TCSL95A7ll tJ J DONT miSS THIS OPPORTUNITY And dont delay your coming to this sale it means dollars saved to you rT Z r5jJ1ILtI 1 7 C KAGIN BRO 4143 ST CLAIU STREET FRANKFORT KENTUCKY a l w J IJ M Jli 11 f 1 1 LtI tw1Ic r tfiti1faS tk 0 F 1 Tr 1 1 T IS it BBB BaBBBeBBaea BBBBBBB B B a B 3BaBB B B BBBBri t Qh BIG CLEARANCE SALEhu J Our rent winter sale is going on and will last ten clays This menus a cleaning out ofn11 winter goods Wool Dress Goods Outing Cloth Flannelettes Blankets Com forts Silk Waists Furs Cloaks Dress Skirts Tailored Suits Underwear Wool and Fleeced Hosiery Odds and Ends of Corsets Muslin Underwear and hundreds of j pennants of every description Ji ft = n Mr GIp lorry of Louisville was in the city on Thursday Judge R Frank Peak of Shelby vllle was hero Thursday Judge V M Uoekner of Win chester was hove this week Rev Dr J R Sainpey of Louisville was in the oity Sunday Mr R Allen Brady of Louis villa is at homo for a while Mr Robert Stone of Louisville was a visitor here this week Mr John H Dryden Jr visited friends in Paris on Wednesday Miss Bessie Smith is the guest of Mrs J Swigert Taj lor at Thistle ton Attorney John W Ray and son visited relatives at Bardwell this weekMiss Annie Tobin is tho guest of Mrs Jos H Lewis in Washington CityMiss Anna Abbot retained Tues day from a visit to friends at Gads den Ala Mrs Ike Parrish of Midway was the guest o Miss Laura French this week Rev C R Hudson was called to Franklin Ind Monday to preach Iufuneral Mrs Atilla Green of Farmdalp is visiting her sister Mrs Drake at Yarnellton Mrs Win M Snilell visited her sister Miss Lucy Bush in Louis yule this week Mrs S M Sail Hoy who has been visiting relatives in Stanford has returned homec JMr R V Stratton who has been in Montana for some mouths has returned to this city Ben L Brunei1 Chief Deputy Collector of the Port at Louisville was here this week Messrs Frank and Quinn French loft Wednesday for Florida to spend the rest of the winter Miss Josie Hughes of Woodlake was the guest of Mrs 7 A Posey Shelby street this week ping street this week trip to Kuoxville Penn Mrs J P Hostotter has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Drake at Yaruellton Mr J O Cooper of the Midway Clipper was here on Thursday and made us a pleasant call Miss Georgia G Bright of Haiti more Md was the guest of Mrs E E Abbott this week Mr J H Cutter and wife who have been visiting relatives hero loft Tuesday for Florida i Mrs Mary Blakomoro is tho guest of her daughter Mrs Lafo Crutch er South Side this week Rt Rev Lewis W Burton Bishop of Lexington visited Ascension Parish this city this week Capt J T West who has been r on a business trip to McKee re turned homo Saturday night Miss Florence OConnoll of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Wm OCon nell Shelby street this week Gov W O Bradley of Louis 1 vine was the guest of his daughter Mrs John G South Monday Mr Hugh Rodman of Louisville was tho guest of his parents Col J L Rodman and wife on Sunday Mr Charles T Marshall of Mason county was the guest of his sister Mrs M B Adams this weekMrs Walter R Franklin and chil then visited her motheri Mrs R y tj4 1I + Pt i I ala 7t H Bell l11ln in Lexington this I I weekMrs Hiram Berry and Miss la11 gory Dudley left Monday for St week Miss Mary McDowell Core of Henderson is tho a uest of her grandmother Mrs Mary Steele in this city CoJJ L Obormoyor Agent of tho Adams Express Co has been forced to take a vacation on account of poor health Mrs John W Tremere who has been visiting her sister Mrs J W I Patterson at Atlanta Ga has re turned Mine Mrs W G Goodwin returned Monday from a three weeks visit was Louisville Wednesday by the seri ous illness of her brother Mr J Church Vaughan Washington City on Monday to look after his fences Thos n McBeath Re porterof the Court of A peals re turner ltwsdl from a visit to his home at Leitohfleld Mrs Robt L Cave and laughter Miss Dorothea who have been guests of Miss Eliza Ovorton left Monday for Loxington Mr GooL Barnes the hustling revenue man went to Washington City on Monday to further his ap plication for Postmaster Mr John Walsh of Memphis Tenn who has boon tho guest of Mrs Genevieve Samuels Fourth Avenue has returned home Miss Mary Keith Mlles of Lexington came here Sunday to visit her father Mr John E Miles at Kings Daughters Hospital Mr Thos G Chapman and wife of Rowling Green who have boon guests of their son Mr Walter G Chapman left Tuesday for Louis ville Misses Edith Posoy Virginia Gray and Eliza Sowton returned to Danville to school on Saturday last after spending the holidays at home Mr Adolph Davis who is attend ing school in Louisville and who has been visiting his father Mr 1 Davis in this city has returned to LouisvilleMr C Graddy and son 2sevill of Versailles were guests of Mr Lafe Crutcher and wife Sec ond and Steelo streets South Side this week Mrs M B Adams and sons Marshall and Charles who have been vlsitln her parents Mrs A K Marshall and wife returned dome on Saturday Mrs E 1 Pratt of Now York JK visiting her husband who is the Vice Jrc sldenf of the General Supply and Construction Co now building the new capitol Mrs Sam J Shackloford enter tained at Suds at her handsome residence on Shelby street on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sister Mrs B MagoHln of Duluth It CHEAP RATE To Now Orleans and Mobile Ac count of Mardi Gras One faro plus 25 cents for tho round trip Tickets on sale Febru ary 21 to 2Q Extreme limit March 17 1JOO For full particulars apply to- O W HAY G P A Jany ISto F 25 i i In EVBrg DBPt1 CHARLES MEITZEL FRANKFORT KY IaaeraEaegfEiegeaEl dESEgeaeE egEIaegafE4IfIgEaEIegEaeaS PERS0NAL IDr thlICnpI Ul1tllli h1J inIStpopularPostmaster 0 RELJGIOU3 ASCENSION EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rov A B Chinn tho rector being sick Rt Rev Lewis W Burton Bishop of Loxington will preach at 11 a m and 4 p m Special attention is called to the afternoon service Wednesday 7iiO p m Evening Prayer Friday Teachers Mooting at 715 p m The public cordially invited to attend CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev C R Hudson tho pastor will- preach at II a m and 7iH p m Sundayschool at S80 a m in tho chapolChristian Endeavor Society moots at 045 in the chapol- Prno1mootlng Wednesday even lug a 7510 in the chapel The Junior Society meets Tues lay afternoon at 53 oclock Everybody Invited- CATHOLIC CHURCH Rov rooteriHigh Mass at 10 a Sundayschool at 2 mIVespers at 7550 p BAPTIST CHURCHRo M B Adams D D tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 75JO p m Sundayschool at 945 a m in tho maraca Class nt 945 a m taught I by tho pastor Baptist Young Peoples Union will meet in the chapel at 045 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday chapolVisitorsSeats free- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CH URCHhtev J McC Blayuoy D D will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m- Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor at JHO p m Prayermeeting Wednesday even lug at 730 p m Visitors cordially welcomed METHODIST CHURCHR o V J O A Vaught tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sundayschool at 945 a m Junior League at 8 p m Senior League at 7 p m Prayermeeting on Wednesday evening at 780 p m Everybody invited to attend SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN pastor Rev J Addison Smith will preach at 11 a m und 730 p m Sundayschool at 980 a m Young Peoples Society at 030 p m Prayermooting Wednesday at 780 oclock Everybody invited to attend EUGENE SCOTT NEWBOLD GOIN SCOTT QOJN BUILDERSAND GHffi1AL GONTRAGTORS Neat and Tasty Designs of Buildings Planned- Old phone 038 3m This sale will be conducted like nil our sales Low prices willJonilnnc1 all who attend will get tho benefit of the great reduction Come early and often and you will find General Bargains Dont fail to come and tell your friends It Only Lasts Ten Days I Ii ANNUAL liNEN SILE Monday Jan 8th to 20th OUR ANNUAL LINEN SALE COMMENCES MON DAY STII Table Linens Napkins Round Cloths and Napkins Match Sets Towels Crashes Pillow Cases Linen Sheetings Linen Cambrics and Lawns Doilies Tray Covers Lunch Cloths Bartenburg Pieces small and large Other attractions in furs and dress goods at greatly reduced prices Dont fail to call and see e Fa J HEENEY I WE SEEK THE BEST CLASS OF TRADEI There are persons in every community who buy nothing but the best and to such persons it is impossible to sell a cheap vehicle at any price This is the class of trade we seek Our work is strictly HAND MADE and will out wear any factory made job several timoR over and is sold under a GUARANTEE that means SOiIEITHING If you need a new vehicle of any kind it will P 1V you to see us before buying AYe make a specialty of overhauling and repaintIing vehicles Write or phone us and out representative will call to see you We take vehicles from Prankfort and deliver them back to you without cost Seller Carriage GoIQc VERSAILLES KY II 1C WARD President I I C M w 1SecIWhy Buy McClures McCluros Magazine is bought and rend in homes not because it in a magazine but because it is tho magazine Why V FIRST THE PRICE It costs but ono dollar n year or less than ten cents ii number for over thirteen hundred twocolumn pages of reading mutter Thin amounts in actual bulk to twenty or twentylive books costing any whuro from a dollar to two dollars vol umu- SECONDQUALITY Tho reading matter is written by Americas leading best short story writers tho bet writers on articles tho best writers writerstheiserials such as SchurY lliemininces or Bakers liaflroad articles THIRD TIMELINESS Tho reading matter in McOlures is not only good it ia not only entertaining amusing instructive 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addition to big cash prizes for tho best work prite today for full particulars DEATHS WHITMORE In Lexington on 4p Wednesday very suddenly Mrs Amanda P Whitmore wife of Mr F B Whitmoro formerly of the firm of Rulo Whitmore lumber dealers of this city i Mrs Whitmore was well known hero as a devoted Christian womanj and a member of tho Presbyterian Church A Sod feature of Mrs Whitmores loath was the fact thnt her hus band was on a business trip to Chi ongo Ills Sho loaves one daughter who is L Iateacher in th j Lexington public Y a VAUOIANTn Louisville on Thursday Mr J Church Vaughan agog CO years son of the late Mr John II Vaughan Mr Vautihan was born andiaised in this county He was an upright and honorable man and good citizen Ho had boen living in Louisville for about ton years Ho leaves three sisters Mrs lAllio Jones Mrs Lucy Tinsloy Mrs Albert Rogers and two brothers Mr lohn W Vaughan and Mr Allan Vaughan and a t s largo number of relatives to mourns the loath of a true genf1emauI h LIFE AND TWENTYONE YEAR SENTENCES In tho trial of Bast and York in TZ tho Anderson Circuit Court for the murder of Mr J M York the jury had to bo obtained from Woodford i county Bust who was accessory much to tho surprise of everybody was given a sentence of twentyone f years while York was sentenced iforlife If York was guilty at all ho ought to have been hung i 4 PROTRACTED MEETING inckiuIont weather this week the pro tracted meeting at the Southern Presbyterian Church has boon well attended The preaching of Rev J Addison Smith bas been in the demonstra tion and power of the Holy Spirit Rarely has it lon tho privilege of the people to hear more shoot and f searching sermons than those do livorod by this faithful servant of the Masler limn meetings will continue next wool both morning and evening I services being hold Everybody is invited to attend OAsrroaA1 BoughtBear11 Signature of 4 JlJr tr 1Jrti Iulo 9W m ifiw n Short Lengths From np AJeek Sala1 f- toIThat now Tailored Suit isnt going squeeze your pocketbook dry if you it now 1000 buyI Cloaks half priceI That Pretty Vnist ill waiting for you Dont need much money A few nt half price as as Remnants in Table Linens Vhite Goods Embroideries Dress N Goods Silks Flannelettes Outings Etc at ymr own price r l 1E8fSaaSBS2S53SStSSSl Cr L1u D dZIiIADm W So iJ LtJi o LYa 1 a4 IA SPLENDID ADDRESS TO FINE AUDIENCEI t Beautiful Solos By Talented Vo I enlist I Iievfohn H Sampoy D D de livered a splendid address on Sun i lay afternoon at the Opera House under the auspices of the Y M C A i There a fine audience of men present to listen to the address Dr Sampoy took for his theme The Formation of Good Habits I His address was ono of great force und power and was happily illus1 trated He held the closest mitten tion of tho audience from start to finish and there were universal expressions of hearty approval from- I every one present The central idea was not to I worry about bad habits but that the formation of good habits would of necessity destroy the bad advocated a wholesome and hearty life for all mon both bodily and spiritually and urged the formation of tie habit of converts i ing quietly and conscientiously with ones self and with God each day of life assuring his audience j of the benefits accruing in every wayIt was just such an address as was to bo expected from this able l earnest and hearty man who car rios with him everywhere the at mosphero of joy in life and an ab thejjudgmentA largo measure of attractiveness i was added to the occasion by the singing of a male sextet but es pecially by the singing of two beautiful solos by Miss Wadsworth j of Maysville who is a cultivated and accomplished vocalist Taken from till points of view this was one of tho best Sunday afternoon meetings yet hold at the Opera House I OASTOarA I A Kind You Have Altvays Bought Bare 111- 0Blgnnturo of apiT u i DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR DIE nIProf Win K guished and able President of tho big Chicago University aftor a long and gallant fight against disease lusting for some two years finally succumbed to the inevitable and passed away on Wednesday Dr Harper was a man of fine Universityhats Inc v Dr11eavere Treatment Syrup for tbo blood Cerato lot skin eruption u TA LTAN LA BO ItEKS Owing to the inability of tho con tractors to obtain homo labor for work on tho new Capitol building they wore forced to import labor Toy wont to New York City and hired 100 Italians who were brought here on yesterday They are tensed in temporary barracks on the grounds oo THE DIAMOND CURE The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a dia mond euro for consumption If you fear consumption or pneu monia it will however bo best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T MoGee of Van leer Penn I had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped mo until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant re lief and eileoted permanent cure Unequalled quick cure for lhroat and Luna Troubles At all Druggists Price 50e and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free v OPENING OF SOUTHERN RAILWAYS HAiniODSBURC DANVILLE EXTENSION FOR PASSENGER BUSINESS OHlclal announcement has been made by till passenger department of the Southern Railway that the Danville extension from Harrods burg to Danville a distance of nine miles will be opened for passenger tralllc on Friday December I 1005 The schedule of trains between Louisville and Lexington and Louisville and Danville has also heel otllcially announced and will go into effect on tile same lute But little change in the time of trains has been made and tho service bet tutea Louisville and Lexington will be as it has beet with tho same number of through trains each way every day The opening of time now line will considerably reduce the tinge of the through southern trains on the Southern Railway and tho Queen Crescent Route Through sleep ers will go from St Louis and Louisville by way of Danville connect fug with tho Q fs C fast trains at that With tho trains meet ing at Danville a distance of 85 miles is saved and the time can bo shortened Lexington as well as Danville will profit by the change in tho time The same number of trains and the same train service will bo in eitect to Lexington and the new time will be much more convenient for shoppers nail others coming to Louisville limo early train out of Louisville for Lexington will bo retained Tune next train which now leaves at 740 a m will leave lit S oclock and will reach Lox iii ton correspondingly loan The early afternoon train will leave Louisville a few minutes sooner and will make connection for Q C local stations at Lexington Under the new arrangement there will bo four trains daily without nhange between Louisville and Lexington ill each direction and two trains daily without change be tween Louisville told Danville in call Ii direction The track between Harrodsburg u OLD THE WHISKEY E H + TAYLOR JR SONS Proprietors f Frankfort Kentucky I 4th There are some short lengths of Silks thnt will vanish like dew on a July morning Better hurry IEA The Dress Goods are pretty ever but oh the difference in price SOc Dross Goods 2c fLa 1UtjIIELro was He and Danville has been used by tho freight trnflle for several weeks but it was thought host not to run passenger trains over it until it had boon settled finally and firmly Time line between Harrodsbnrf and Burghs will be operated on a much more frequent schedule than before One train will be used and it will be made practically hourly trips between those two points con nooting at llnrgln with all Q fz 0 trains This service will give Har rof burg two ways to connect with the QCt- he following is the ollluial an nouncement of train service as made by the company Train No 1 wii leave Louisville at H00 a in instead of 710 a in with through equipment for both Lexington and Danville at those points at 1055 a 111lvinfI1115 am respectively only at important points This train will also carry St Louis I sleeper through to Danville Train No 28 will leave Louisville I at 715 p m instead of Tno p m with through equipment for both I Lexington and Danville arriving at those points at 1045 p m and 11 oclock p 11 respectively stop ping only at important stations ParlorILouisville Train No 5 will leave Louisville at 1110 n m as at present making local stops anti arriving at Lexing ton at 040 a in This train will Dunil1fIBranchLexingon with Q C Route train for local stations on that road arriving Danville at 1105 in I Train No I will leave Louisville a 880 p m 20 minutes earlier than at present making local stops and arriving at Lexington at 540 p m This train will not have connection for Danville J ranch points but will connect with Q C Route train No I for local points on that at mllruinand Parlor Cut fm Car for Louisville tend St Louis arriving at former I point at S15 a m and St Louis at 512 p m Connecting train wilt leave Lexington at 545 a m with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the Dan ville train at Lawrenceburg Train No 2 will leave Danville at 445 p m with through coaches I and also St Louis sleeper arriving at 800 p in leaving Louisville at 1015 p m and reaching St Louts at 7J2 in Connecting train will leave Lexington at 5 p m with through coaches for Louisville which will be attached to the oIU1 vide train at Lawrenceburg Train No 10 will leave Lexing m as at mak olll11Itmake connection at Lexington with leavingDiuvilleTrain No I i will leave Lexington at 1111 in as at present making local stops and arriving Louisville at 015 p m This train will con nect at Lexington with Q fc C Route local train leaving Danville at 05 p m- All uf the above trains will run doily Between Harrodsburg mill Margin frequent service will bo maintained through the day trains leaving Harrodshurg as follows t1OIboll trains will leave Knrgin at 5110 540 1100 a m und 100 215 told 44o p m These trains will inn daily The running tines between the two points will bo from tell to fifteen minutes There will ho no changes in the train service between Versailles and Georgetown 0 One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug CoughsColdsso long that it has proven itself to bo a tried and true friend to the many who used it Sold by J W Gayle IfAff UL1i WMaJ b i IIfThese cold days domnnd warm under P ear Womens Yost Punts or Union Suits icon qiiHliiy ic- Childrens Vest Pants or Union Suits in ijuttlity toe t Hoy underwear reduced 11I FARMERoG a TAYLOR PRE- MIERKENTUCKY a a a u Dr XVoixverB Treatment Strap purifies the blood CerAte heals skIn eruption U I- Oli p I ot nrLBoars the- Signaturo of 1lhe Kind You Have Always Bought fl CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms Du G G GRUE- VQThe ail of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyone of average in telligenceQThere no disease known that gives so ninny plain warnings of its approach as consumption and imo serious can be so quickly reached and checked if the uscl is Dr Boschees German Syrup which is made to cure consumption JIt is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings 1 are given in the cot h that wont quit the congestion of the bronchial cubes and the gradual weakening of the lungs ac expectorationQBut our cough even if dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Srupwillsureh effect a cureas it has apparentlyhopeless JXew trial bottles 250 Regular size 75c At all druggists a For saje by J W Gnyle B t E-jiLINE 1 HETWEI LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS AN- DSOUTHWEST t IS VIA Lou svilla HnndofSOn nd tLouis Railway rCOQJT ROUTK PlLrL tillalL1iS FREE KKCUNING CHAIR CARS Special Ibm uultrip Hnmcsccker Rates to Southwest amid Nest iirtit and third Luhrnary190OSpecutl1ourist as Mexico mud New Mexico on sale daily until April 30th Limit to return May 81 11100St condclass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale tlrst and third Tuesdays of January cud February 190G ASK US FOR RATES L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent KyJTraveling Passenger Agent MM f r J80n r = = I TneFranUoitBounilaDoiit Entered at the postoHlce at Frankfort Ken tucks fiS set oadchss mailubli nuttier h OED A LEWIS Pror and Puby FRANKFORT DEC 13 1905 TCaa lT USUAL WEATHER Tliu weather vo enjoyed during the Christinas tiino was somothini out of the ordinary On that day Mr George Gallohu walked front his home near the Forks of 11 horn to the point woro the F S C Hallway crosses the pike lea ding to Switzer nod when ho reached that point found a eomnioi water snake 28 incites long and A inches in circumference basking in tho sunshine by the side of the truck Ho dispatched his snake ship und took him to tho depot to show his friends that his story was not tho product of the usual Christ mas frolics On Friday of last week Mr Gal lob nos dog caught a mole which was burrowing in the back yard of ills home To tho weatherwiso wo would ro for these things to inquire whether they betoken a mild winter or not SATURDAY AFTERNOONS MURDER Our city was disgraced by another murder on Saturday afternoon- It seems that two coopers em plo od at tho big cooporshops of Messrs W A Gaines fc Co went to the Arcade Saloon on Broad way street aboit 8 oclock Saturday afternoon and began drinking- As is usually the case when booze goes in brains go out One Jacob Dossonbaeh pulled his gun and shot George Miller four times throe of the shots inflicted atal wounds Dossonbach tried to fire the fifth shot at the prostrate mat who went down at the first fire but the cartridge failed to explode Three of tho shots were in the ab domen and the fourth in the thigh Drs Fish and Keller were mime lately summoned and after an examination which showed the terrible nature of his wounds had r fuller taken to tho Kings Daugh ters Hospital whoro every thing was duiio that was possible but tho man lingered in great pain until ti r Every l t Two Minutes Physicians tell usthat all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTT9S EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomach a double advan Cage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health f Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you expect it We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrap per of every bottle of linuliion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y jo cents and 5100 All druggists MentalI Strain Affected Gen eral Health Doctors Weak ened Stomach Dr Miles Nervine Cured Me Dr Miles Restorative Ncr ine brings rest and sweet sleep to the tired brain worn out with the cares nnd anxieties of the sick room Read the following 1 have always been healthy with the ex myaelast illness some ears ago I assisted in nursing my husband for nearly three months when he departed this life and the mentnl strain 1 think caused my trouble Aside from extreme nervousness my trouble commenced with sore throat and neuralgia My physician gave me purgative doses which weakened me very much and my stomach for a time seemed inactive Mental strain and the dormant condition of my stomach soon toldlsn my general health 1 had little appetite and was soon forced to stay in bed a greater part of the time Within a week after the time I began taking Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and Tonic I was up about the house I continued their use until completely cured My faith in Dr Miles Remedies has been strengthened by daugltterhavingresults in a case of part ysis and a friend to whom I sent a box of the Anti 1ain Pills rev ports that she has bees completely cured of neuralgia bv their use know n number of others whom yourmedicinc has helped in a large decree I wish you continued success MRS FRANCES COKPMAX Dayton Va All druggists sell and guarantee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies Send for free book on Nervous nnd Heart Discasis Addresi Ur Miles Medical Co Elkhart lid 1180 p m when ho passed away Dossonbach attempted to leave tho saloon directly after the shoot ing but Mr D L Kennedy the proprietor came in the door just as he attempted to floe and prevented leis going until Officer Win Haydon arrived and placed him under arrest and he was lodged In jail There are many rumors afloat as to tho origin of tho diflloulty but wo prefer to await tho evidence before publishing anything further Coroner L S Graham held an inquest on Monday afternoon and the verdict of the jury was that Miller cattle to his death from pistol shots inflicted by Dosson bach Vo regret exceedingly that this host Iblo affair should have occurred in Mr Kennedys place as ho has always preserved tho peace and hats boon noted for having an or derly house Wo doubt if tho affair would have occurred had ho been on the ground when it commenced RAISING SAND As wo predicted some weeks ago whoa Mr Clarence E Woods was elected Mayor of Richmond ho his commenced the carrying out of tho platform upon which ho wits elected and is doing what is very forcibly expressed by tile sUIlc1I an investigation of the atrulr8 of that handsome little city and struck oil the first time the drill was started Evidences of graft arc accumu mating Go in Woods wo glory in your I spunk 0 I MATRIMONIAL Wo copy tho following front tho Portsmouth Ohio Times of Jan wiry Mr and Mrs T H McCoy of West Sixth street entertained to day with a family dinner on which occasion was announced the engagement of their laughter Mis Lilian Robinson McCoy to Mr Fred L Grinstond of Frankfojt Ky oxpross agent at tills point forth 0 Adams Express Company Tho wedding will take place early in February Mr irisntead is the sun of Guilt Rout L Gritistoad and wife of the Vest Side anti is ono of tho finest boys Frankfort over produced stud is an honor to tho community that gnu him hirth Wo rejoice in his good luck in winning a good woman for his lifo partner o EXAMINATION OF GRADU ATES An examination of applicants for graduation from tho common school course of this county will be hold at tho olllco of Superintendent E R Jones on Friday and Saturday January i 0 and 27 1000 Those contemplating tithing this examination should bear this in mindEuii 11 IT OUGHT TO BE DONE There is a move on foot by the bar of this city to have this county made a judicial district by itself and if this eau not bo done to have Anderson county added to it and tints ornate a now district The circuit court of this county is tho States fiscal court told under law a largo amount of other litigation is required to be orig inated here which makes the dock eta HO heavy that tho judgo can novor hope to catch up in the lim ited timo allf f v t i sessions hero Litigants have a constitutional right to havo a speedy trial of their causes of action and when it takes a year or so to teach thoir cases it becomes a virtual denial of that rightIt to bo hoped that this or some measure may he devised to relieve the congested state of tho lockets of this county e VAGEANTS AND RUMS HAVE TO GET Mayor Hume has taken a long stop in tho right direction when lie orders the police to break up tho gangs of loafers who obstruct our streets They will neither work themselves nor let others work if they can help it There are gangs of whites and blacks who do no work from weeks end to weeks end when there is plenty of work for thorn to do and yet they are always ready to howl about being needy and penniless Other cities have found tho present move an excellent remedy for those ills and wo see no reason why it should not work here At any rate it could do 110 harm to try it on a Scratch scratch scratch unable to attend to business during tho day or sleep during tho night Itching piles horrible plague Doans Ointment euros Never fails At any drug store 50 cents 1 FORMER FRANKFORT BOY GETS THERE In tho recent election of pages for the Senate John Carroll Fears who is the son of Mr Jos R Fears formerly of this city was selected as a page Ho is a manly little gentleman and we congratulate him upon his selection DYING OF FAMINE Is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of con sumption from tho beginning to tho very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consumption in its first stage writes Win flyers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medi cines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr King Now Discov ery which quickly and perfectly cured KIO Prompt relief and sure euro for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis otc Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at nil drug stores price f0c timid 100 a bottlo Trial bottlo free CAPITOL LODGE J O O F ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS UPON DEATH OF C A NELSON The following resolutions wore passed by Capitol Lodge r O O 101110 upon the death of Brother C A Nelson Whereas God in Ills providence hits called from out midst C A ISolson who for ninny years was a valued member of our order Resolved That in his death our order has lust a useful and devoted number who for years rendered illlcient service and who always by his kinily bearing and Chris Man character won the love and respect of his associates ho it Renolvud That this community has lost an upright citizen noted for his robust honesty and in tog rity of purposo his wife and children a loving husband and father and his friends nee bound to thom lH by ties of steel j and ho it Resolved That in tendering to his bereaved wife and children our leartfolt sympathy in their groat listress we can only connnond them to Him whom lie so faithfully served and bo it Resolved That thoso resolutions lo spread upon the records of tho Lodge ho published in tho dally press and a copy sent to the family jf the deceased brother R TRUE E B DUNCAN W S DEHONEV Committee MT ZION Tobacco stripping is all tho go Mrs G W Moore is still on tho sick list Mr Cash Young is very sick with typhoid fevor Mr J B Hulette one whom tho street oar struck on December Jtj lust is recovering very slowlyC H c u Pleasant to taker Laxative SyrupNAT- URES j CURE FOR CONSTIPATION Ask Your Doctor And he will tell you Laxative Fruits anti their extracts are the 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 Nanseousness Bloated Feeling etc Your money will be returned if you do nnot like it better than any other you have tried rib ALL DRUGGISTS 25c AND 50c PER BOTTLE Tobacco Bellows BlowersIHoes Forks Spades t Cradles and Fingers Scythes and Snatches Scythe Stones Wheelbarrows Thresher Machine Oil Tarpaulil1sIMonkey Wrenches TT Pipe Fittings and wrenchesi FRANKSTAGGI t Hsirdwfirp Paints Oils Etc II Value n JOHN DRISCOLL6 Quality I The Leading Grocer The Pioneer Dealer in High Grade Kentuclcy Hand Made Sour Mash Vhisldes non t forgot the place g 5I JOHN DRISCOLL 216 St Clair St Frankfort Kentucky I Phones Offl c NVw X O1 1 ffl itt aIs14tt t Nrw 10i Old Ufi Dr L T M1NISH Physician and Surgeon Office Hours Ill in to lii in 2 i in to 5 p in 7i in to 8 p in- OlHcoNo ltOig Main Stint over Rnrruttfl He tdeenuNo ttii Todd Struu- tPmnUfortKy 8Sin PERFECTION TTATNED Perfection can eel ho attained in tho physical by allowing naturo to appropriate und not dissipate hor own resources CatliartioH gripe weaken dissipate whilo JoWitts Little Early Visors simply expel all putrid matter thus allowing tho liver to assume normal activity Good for tho complexion W H Howoll Hous ton Tox says For yeas J havo used Little Early Risor Pills in my usudIJ x If 1r n ouhiirniBai1wU Shortest and Fastest Lines from i Lexington and Louisville J to 10rSt Louis and the West I Two Trains Daily as follows Leave Lexington i10a nt Lou isville 000 a in Arrivo St Louis 512 p in- Carrying I vostibulod coaches and CafeObservation Parlor Car Meals a changeLoavo isville 1015 p in Arrive St Louis 7H2 a m Currying Free Rn Uui Char Oars anti Pullman fciobportihroi without oliango Reserve Sleeping Car Berths at III East Main St Lexington Ky r A- veilTIiIIViilTIIVIIIA lJiji 1 Jj l i i 111 DR W C TAYLORS ANNUAL I f LETTER uo Rivo bolow the nnnunl letter of that bolovod oiitloniiui and splendid preacher Rev Dr W C jrn lor Petersburg Vn Jan 55 1500 t Editor Roundabout f My Dear Sir and Rrothor One of brlllgslI with the over faithful Roundabout 4anal next to that nro the avvakoned reminiscences of lear old Frankfort It was tat the now year of 181 that I first nnterord your city 4stove pipe hutted and white ira vattod to become the happiest of pastors In ono of the best of churches I have boon in many I cities since Jig and little and have become acquainted with many churches but I have nowhere boon made forgetful of tho unnumbered I kindnesses of thoso good people or gratitudelI t nil now I really wondor how they II nearlyit fi happy Our work grow and multi L plied My records show that dur t i ing the year 1891 thsutnbereleven- i one hundred of wore converts among tho convicts in tho penitentiary No other year of all my work shows such results JtrFrom what I hear from the old and the First Baptist Church j I find that so far as I can ascer i tail all that noblo company the iconorts of 1894 are still faithful to their church and coworkers with their present devoted pastor f r It may bo of interest to my S friends and especially to my brother pastors of Frankfort tot 1nov that I have a delightful pas torate in this very old town We j have about GOD members all told with nearly 400 in tho Sunday f itschoo During the year just closed 1 that I averaged live sermons find addresses per week throughout rtho entire year baptized thirty conducted fourteen funerals I married eight couples for fifteen j dollars less than 2 each Bro ir Adams need not smile for whoa IIwas pastor in lids now groat church 1my wedding business got down so I low that tho fees fell to n dollar a i half a dollar ono follow promised I to to remember mo after lie sold his tobacky and one swain came to me to trustlnIIC money to pay for his hope Bro Adams has market by this time so that when I get hack there as his successor I I shall faro bettor f During the year our church did Cj very well for missions and general benevolences raising in all over and above current oxpon and i salaries tho sum of 1823 Ineludi lug expenses salaries and improve ments tho total amount reported ti is over il COO Not bad for u flay noun Only two other hipm List churches in tho State mnke a il bettor showing In tho general prosperity of the your old Virginia did her part toad I did it well Crops wore newer bet ter anal till tho markets are excellent j Lands are bringing good f prices and settlers from the Wost are pouting in among us continu ally At ono of Out recent Sunday I evening services fifteen western r farmers walked in and sat togothoi t They wore among us looking forj farm hinds It is oxpectod thatsoon the tide of immigration southward It is likely that Wo hear tho first loss of wavos where soon shall 1sot a human sea to Petersburg itself tho town interesting and unique It Is the most bat tieseat rod place now In this country Many j r old houses still wear thuir alImarks and holes matte by cannon shot are common Wo have moro battle fields around us than more aro around any other city in tho i world except Sobastopol Tho Orator is near and is annllII visited by hundreds of tho oltllltIurals from both sides tool h tourists Our manufacturing on1 I torprises are numerous and prosI porous limo largest trunk factory fac1toryper pout of tho aimmition used by tho American forces luring time SpanishAmerican war was made i in ono of uur foundries Peters burg is now tho center of the pea nut market of tho world and tho many factories whoro tho peas ares sorted shelled anti baggod are scones of industry and business at this time of tho your It is roughly fncIInuts representing a money value I of 1200000 Tho wholesale dry goods business for the year amounts to about 8oO000 rime wholesale grocery and retail dry goods busi ness is each estimated at about 2200011 These figures can be safely taken as indicating some thing of tho general prosperity of allof Virginia anti for that mat tor of the entire South Among time cities of tho Old Dominion j Petersburg has for nearly a half century held tho third place hat just now Roanokc has passed her I and Lynchburg Is giving hero close race In all material advancement tho old Commonwealth is coming while our religious and educational enterprises and general public im provements are receiving their due need of attention I am glad to bo in Virginia her climate is salubrious mild had sunny in winter and not so hot in summer as in Kentucky her people are the same as those of Kentucky with this pos sible exception namely it is said that in Kentucky there are all sorts of people good bald highborn lowborn thoroughbreds scrubs but never a one that is common place In Virginia you can now and then Und ono that is common place lie belongs to the old fashion holds to the traditions of tho days gono by timid keeps alive tho old ways that are now rapidly fading before the advance of tho j strenuous life and tho coming of time Now South When weary of your tripod Mr Editor and the blizzards of Michigan and Lake unIpltiodIi V wo will receive you in no other come over and see us rest under our pines walk with us over j our battlo fields recount Gods vondorous goodness and blessings of peace to us since the carnage of fort 111 years ago then you can jo back bubbling with patriotism anti gratefoul that you are a Chris tian citizen of tho greatest country 00 tho globe With wishes for a happy Now Year I am gratefully yours W C TAYLOR STRONG AND ABLE SERMON Rev Dr M R Adams preached MI Sunday night last to an audi moo which completely filled tho jig auditorium of the First Baptist Church a searching sermon upon the theme Will tho Law bo Kn forced in Frankfort Dr Adams was at his best and inld tho closet attention of his audience from first to last He showed sloarly that if tho law was not onj orcod it was bocauso there was lot the proper and courageous pub ic sentiment which ought to exist mol of the law which would in variably cause its proper onforoe nent Ho showed that it was the duty of the pulpit to call attention to thoI state of public morality and If you aro too fat it is because your food urns to fat instead of muscle strength If you are too lean tho fat producing foods that you eat aro not properly digested and Assimilated Lean thin stringy people do not have enough Pepsin in tho stomach while fat people have too much Pepsin and not enough Pancrcatino KodolDyspepsia Cure ontains all tho digestive juices that are round in a healthy stomach and in exactly those proportions necessary to enable the stomach and digestive organs o digest and assimilate all foods that may be eaten Kodol is not only a perfect digestant but it is a reconstructive tis suo building tonic as well ll Odolcures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Heartburn Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation You will like it Digests What You Eat Rests tho stomach rebuilds tissues and gives firm flesh theI Dollar bottle holds2y times as mnclt as the trial or liD cent she iorltorya co Chicago USA 1 severely arraigned that spirit which says that tho church has nothing to do with tho enforcement of law Ho stated that there were good mon enough on tho squares hounded by Main Ann St Clair curl Broadway streets to form a company who would not hi erICh at tho cannons mouth in defense of their country and yet whoa it canine to demanding and seeing that time laws conserving civic righteous ness were enforced tho large ma jority wore moral cowards fearing if thoy stood for tho right in this regard against tho solid phalanx of the enemies of law that their business affairs would be ruined In the thrilling and courageous words he lovingly urged his hearers to rise to the necessity of the hour and to be MEN with all that tho name convoys It was a splendid ollort and was warmly approved of by all who heard it m Time little folks love Dr Woods Norway Pino Syrup Pleasant to take perfectly harmless positive euro for coughs colds bronchitis asthma e LETTER FROM OKLAHOMA Nowlen Ranch and Indian Camp line weather is fine mid the sun puts in its full time almost every day in time Osago Reservation Mrs N E Nowlon who has been confined to her bud for several weeks is improving and wo hope to be able to soc her again soon tho dining room 1mmi Mr Fred Rushen received a ful injury sonic time ago by a fall ing limb from a tree while raccoon hunting with some Indians Mr G H Bond has returned from Texas with a nice bunch of l cattle which ho intends feeding this winter Cliinoocihickca was out hunt ing his fine pair of ponies which have disappeared from came Mr Fred Litterly and Miss Annie Wardlow wore married at time homo of time brides fathor during tho holidays They will go to their now homo in tho near future Mr Grifllth of Rolston has arrived at tho corn pen with his projpnroMr R H Horr cashier of the First National Rank of Fairfax made us a visit on Monday Wo always welcome Mr Horr at the ranoil Mr Rufus Allen and Mr Herman Jsowlen wore out Jack Rabbit hunt- Ing ono day lust week and captured two and also a coyote Sunday was medicine tiny at the milan camp and time medicine nan was there for the purposo of thriving away tho evil spirits and regulating tho weather by the arts of magic Wnhnnsnhn made a dying trip over to Powhuska Monday on buslllOssISixshooterRill has moved away with his family Bill was located hero for time purpose of husking Lorn and most of us are Mall that 1m is gene J E C Takes the burn out heals tho wound cures the pain Dr Thorn its Ecluctriu Oil time household 1 mnedy DISTINGUISHED AND ABLE MAN DIES i Wn regret very sincerely to have to announce that Col St John Boyle an able and upright lawyer and capitalist oi Louisville died on Sunday at French Lick Springs Ind where he had for trout monteICol Boyle was tho oldest son of Gen lore T Boyle a distinguished and gallant soldier of tho Civil War in the Federal Army Col Boyle also served in the army His loss will bo severely felt in rouisvillo whore ho hold largo property interests sr 0 r WANTED Chicago wholesale and noun order house assistant manager forma or woman for this county and adjoining territory Salary JO and expenses paid weekly expense money advanced Work pleasant position permanent No investment or 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work on account jf weakness across my loins and tho aching I endured when stooping or reaching forward for any object the irregu lar action of the kidneys and time sensation of scalding which accom panied the secretion caused other symptoms which were very annoy1 ing mind distressing 1 doctored a great deal besides employing other remedies said to be good for kidney trouble but I received only slight relief if mummy Reading notices about Doans Kidney Pills which appeared in our daily newspapers impressed mo with their value so concluding to try thorn I procured a box atJ W Oayles drug start Their effect certainly surprised mo and I followed up the treatment with a second box Damns Kidney Pills did more for me than I could have expected I certainly recom mend them For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FostorMilburn Co Ruf falo N V solo agents for the United States- Remember time name Doans anti take no other G A R OFFICERS The following are till officers elected and installed for the 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by the law the two bodies met in joint assembly in the I hall of the House of Representa tives on Wednesday at 12 oclock m and proceeded to take the joint ballot which resulted as follows For Thos H Payntor the Demo cratic caucus nominee 101 for Wm H Cox the Republican can cus nominee 80 Hon Curtis IJ tturnam 1 Senator W H Cox Lt Guy W P Thome as Prosi dent of the Joint Assembly then I declared Judge Thos H Paynter elected U S Senator for six years from tho 4th day of March 1907 and the Joint Assembly dissolved- In order to avoid any doubt the Joint Assembly will meet again on Tuesday January 10 and repeat the performance a1 DaWIUs Llttlo to Early f 36sers The famous little piUs ELECTION OF PRISON COM MISSIONERS The Joint Assembly of tin two houses of the Legislature elected two Prison Commishionors on NVod nosday last Y- i v Tho vote stood as follows For Eli H Brown mal Harvey S Mc Cutoheon the Democratic norm inees 101 for W W Kiorley Bl and 1 C Adair S2 the two latto being the Republican nominees KodoB KyspepsSa Cure Digests what you ca- tANWOUNCEMFTS I ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R The Illinois Central maintains Double Dally Service and operates the host of trains with Dining Cars UuffotLibrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chi cage St Louis Cincinnati and i Louisville south of New Orleans The best road for reaching the Win V ter Tourist resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksburg GulfportMiss HammondLa Mardi Gras ait New Orleans Fob ruary 27 0i Gulfport is a Mexi can Gulf Coast result having the now fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamers sailing from Now Orleans for Mexico Control America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for de scriptive matte r in regard to the abovo Havana via New Orleans I Havana Cuba is best roadbed via the Illinois Central through service to New Orleans and the now ocean liner twinscrew nine tee uknot S S Prince Arthur leaving Now Orleans every Wednes day at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Hot Springs Ark Florida Daily Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Hot Springs with eon nections at Memphis from Cincin nati Iud Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Line St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and Atlanta Mexico California Special Tours of Mexico and Call forma via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices ol Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays February 2nd and February SMd for Mexico cad Cali fornia tho last to include stopover at New Orleans for the Mardi Gras Entire trips made in special private vestibule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car service Fascinat ing trips complete in every detail Illinois Central Weekly Excur oarsIday from Cincinnati and Louisville Via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full particulars concerning all of the above olin be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersigned JOS RIGGS D 1 A Cincin nati F W HARLOW D P A Louisville JOHN A SCOTT A G P A Memphis A H HANSON P T M I iCIROS16tAl Chicago ti 1 h t Reliable Jeweler 230 St Clair S reetiIF YOU BUY IT AT SELBERTS ITS GOOD 0 It i 1At1I FLORIDA I VI- ASOIITIIEB AND AIL WAY i QUEEN 6111 CRESCENT I ROUTE Florida Limited leaving Lou isville 8 a m daily connects at Danville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibule coaches via Chattanooga and Atlantis arriving Jacksonville at 8ol a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining Car serves all meals en route Florida Special leaving Louis ville 745 p mOl carries observation sleeper doily except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chattanooga and At lanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m next day From Danvilln this is solid twin of Drawing Room Sloop ors Composite Val Observation Car etc Dining Car servos all meals en route Via the Land of the Sky Pull man Sleeper loaves Louisville 74fi p m dally running through to Knoxville whore connection is made at 025 a m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Asho vllht Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville Un m WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Good returning until May 31st aro now on solo daily at low rates VARIABLE TOURS Going via Ashvillo and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country 1t and returning via Atlanta and Chat tanooga or vice versa For tho Land of Sky Winter Homos other handsomely illustrated Booklets folders rates etc ad dross any agent of tho Southern Ry or 0 H HUNGERFORD D P A Louisville Ky G R ALLEN A G P A St Louis W C RINE ARSON G P A Q C Route Cincinnati O Doc 80t April 1 Dr Weavers Syrup Poriflei the blood Cento ointment for the rida J 1 Ii THE PACIFIC COAST Timely Hints to Portland Tourists Seeking Reliable Information If you contemplate a trip to the Paciiio Coast or Pugot Sound coun y- try tho period of low rates to Portland and California points you should realize the value of a few suggestions of how best to see most without extra cost including i fault tho Beautiful in the Cana dian Hooking a sea trip from Vic Expusiti1n i ground Yellowstone Park Mount Hood or Mount Shasta the Mor rg mon capitol Salt Lake City and its great lend sea the mines and t mountains of Colorado the sublime Grand Canon that no brushihas over copied and to see roach all by tho most comfortable and luxurious moans of travel it would pay you to confer with a Monon Ron to Agent while in Lou isville for his chino Is literally stacked with beautiful illustrated rliterature on tho subject and all ti I information will be cheerfully and intelligibly furnished Long dis tance telephone talks may help you if Jioth phones 1181 Address R H Kacon D P A Monon Route j Louisville Ky I Dr Weavers Syrup and Cerate Successful treatment for blood and skin diseases s f nto1hiconsumption and death Watch the Iittlo colds Dr Woods Norway I fine Syrup t rKILL I AND i II FOR sIDaI tHE CURE IWITU COUCH IfTHE LUNGS I Dr Ks I t 1 New Discovery I 11 CONSUMPTION 50c100 Price IIFree Trial i Surest avid Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Dr ip Buckmaster stcopathic Physician Office at Mrs Wm ODonuolls 485 Main Streot Will be in office TUESDAY THURSDAY and SATURDAY- E Tenn Tel 875 48tf f c tI rJ rrtr r F + T Jl V JKWWWJ l IIdRTry F n Ifl 1 y 1 i 1JIIIrr r IFTTP7 m r h- iiw 1r to Jf f H Saturday and Saturday Evening We Will Sell at Exactly OneHalf Price 7 OCIIJlr Skirts Underwear and Outing Cloth Our Pre In ventory Clearance Sale Will Continue Through = 1 === JAtT U A I t Big Cut in Every Department and Every day Something for 12 Price S D JOHNSON COJ MODERN IDEAS OF SCENERY A closer intimacy between the stage nnd the public has brought About the necessity for more elab orate and expensive stage settings I In the old tins tits glamour sur rounding the actor was intonsifiet by his seclusion from the general public It was therefore nasie r for him to maintain the illusion o f mating than it is for tho modori actor Hence tho necessity fur scenery so lifelike that it will loll tho actor to got away from himself Another reason just as potent is tit knowledge that the public now possesses of how stage effects such us thunder and lightning rain etc are produced Tho wiser tin public becomes as to the median lent contrivances of the stago the greater tho importance of tin scenery being natural enough ti maintain tho illusion The impor it tanco of scenic eiTeots in plays in tho South is accentuated bocausi atmosphere is so absolutely tin backbone of a play tho scones o f which are laid in this section One of tho first steps taken by George H Bronnan in preparing for tho tour of Thomas Dixon Jriploy Tho Clansman which will bo soon at tho Capital Theatre in this city Monday January 22 was to arrange for a scenic setting o tho play that will bo notable accuracy beauty and Illusion The first of tho five scones show tho exterior of the Cameron homo an oldfashioned place embosomed in n wealth of subtropical vorduo In tho distance is shown a splendid view ot tho outlying Piedmon lulls and far beyond tho dim out lino of the Blue Ridge lUng lit 1 a n I ThisI50en0of tho play Tho second net is laid in tho par lor of the Cameron homestead whoro hut a trace of former opu lence remains after tho staggering losses induced by the war and reconstruction oppression The same sotting remains for tho first scene of tho third trot but the- room hits been decorated for tho birthday party of Flora Cameron The bright decorations make more impressive tho tragedy which falls like a pull with tho night in which it comes at the close of the scene The second scene of tho third act will be a scenic sensation It will show the spacious cave dun of the I Ku Klux Klan Glittering stalac titus hang menacingly from tho roof of the cave while the floor is covered with blocks of travertine plied and heaped up like subtor deuponight of the comes tho roar of invisible water falls in the heart of the mountain I Ligtod only by the flokoring glare of torches it would be difficult to imagine a more impressive scone Tho last act shows tho library in the house of Silas Lynch Tho massiveness of tho produc twoftortransport tho scenery Advance requests for seats by mail or telegraph will bo filed and considered in order of receipt when sale opens at Barretts Friday I January 10 at 7 oclock Prices t Gallery 50 cents j balcony 75 cents and 1 Entire lower floor 150 Box seats 2 Written for tho Roundabout MORNING GLORIES 1 They rise triumphant as tho birds On joyous wing whitopluimid for flight Like twilight gliding into night Or sweet thoughts melting Into words IT With trusting fingers firm and fair They climb beyond lifes vague un rest Each rise to whore tho sun has blessed The castlespinners of tho air III Sweet morning glories of tho earth Delighted only to adorn The trailing garments of tho morn j Unconscious now of legal birth IV Lifes simple tale as old as love No longer bound by clods of clay j A glorious promise of today The prutotpyo of pencenbooV Fair devotee of Natures nrtII dedicate these flowers Sweet morning glories wet with duo- Growll in the garden of my heart VI Wear them as signet on thy brow Bind them as jewels on thy heart Compassions promise ore wo part For thou the th nfor me tho now N S COX January S 1000 The celebrated Old Oscar Pepper Distillery No 52 the property of Messrs Labrot Graham has ro smiled operations for tho season Only very first class goods are pro duced ac this house hUOPEN PUBLICITY THE BEST J GUXRflNTY OF MERIT When tho maker of a niudlelnu sold through druggists for family use take3 his patients Into Ills confidence frankly and fearlessly publishing broadcast as well as on its bottlo wrappers a full list of all Its ingredients In plain Eniillsh this action en his part is tho best possible evidence that ho is not afraid to liavo tho search light of Inves tigation turned full his formula and that it will bear tho fullest scrutiny nnd tho most thorough investigation Dr Tierces Favorite Prescription for tho cure of the weaknesses periodical pains and functional derangements of tho or gans distinctly feminine Is tho olll medicine put for salo through druggists for womans special use the maker of which is not afraid to take his patients Into his full confidence by such open and honest publicity A glance at published ingredients on each bottle wrapper will show that It is made wholly from native American medicinal roots that it contains no poi sonous or habit formhlg drugs no nar cotics and no alcohol pure triple relined usedciistcadhol both for extracting and preserving tho active medicinal properties found In tho roots of tho American forest plants employed It Is tho only medicine for womens pecular diseases sold by drug does not contain a largo gistsof alcohol which is In tho long run so harmful to womans delicate nervous system Now glycerine is perfectly harmless and serves a valuable purpose by possessing intrinsic value all own am besides It enhances tho curative effect of tho other Ingredients entering into tho II Favorite Prescription Somo of tho ablest medical writers and teachers endorse these views and praise all the several Ingredients of which Fa yenta Prescription Is composedree ommending them for tho euro of tho very sumo diseases for which this world famed medicine is advised No other medicine for women has such professional endorsement worth more than of ordinary testimonials If interested send namo and address to Dr R V PIerce Buffalo N Y for his little book of extracts from tho works of eminent medical writers and teachers endorsing the several Ingredients auu tolling what Dr Pierces medicinesJustare Dn Its free for tho asking A 1fl A VOICE 1 When tho way seems dark told dreary And the goal but littln worth tAndtThen there comes to me a whispor Through tho darkness and tho chillr3 Brace up dearie and bo cheery Wo are nearly up the hill Oh tho comfort of a voice 1 And a handclasp in tho darn 3 I have known them anti rejoice As the dove that found the Ark For she sought mo in the shadowsSAnd she leads and murmus still rBrace up dearie and bo cheery Wo are nearly up the hill t Aye the road is rough and dreary J And the sun is overcast v lBut sites pointing to an uriotWhere our rest will be at last And F shift my burden lightly S For my heart has caught tho thlfIltj Brace up dearie and be cheery t We are nearly up the hill JlH H FIRMER t LETTER LIST The following is a list of adver tised letters for tho week ending Saturday January U5 1906 Alvos Stevens Arnold Charlie Baco W P Bailey James H Baker Jolla G Borders Bert Breuze George Bridges Newton Bruce James W Carter Miss Millie H Casey Thomas Clillton WnlteriColeman Craig NIDuncan J C Dunn Miss Mary Ferry Dihiert Finn AIlo- Gilliland Oscar Granos Mrs Sallio t Radon Miss Ida Hens ley Janson Hudson BUllnnIJohnson lack- Kasopshy O LaRue Miss Lucy Lewis Mrs Mahala Lite Al Signor Long Henry W B Lucas Miss Mary MoAllistm1 Willie McClure J W Martin Moss Martin Temple Mitchell P K Mobloy George Mobley Henry Moore Clarence Moore Morton Moss Robt 2 Mundy Mrs Sallio Onan Miss Clara Patton Miss Null Read Mrs Luo Redding Miss Abby line Tamos Searcy Mrs R Schiorborg Jos Sohoflold Mrs Win Smith Mrs Emma Smith Miss Maggio Strange Miss Addle Taylor J Brown Thiemo Rev K F Thomas W P Thomas Willie Thomas Miss Fannie Tucker Mrs Arthur C Warfleld George Watt H S West Mrs Mattie Weston Miss Mabel White Mrs Esat Wilson Miss Grace Persons calling for tho above lot ters till ploHse say advertised M DRANE P M ii r t r tJtttoEarly Hsers The famous little pills 1 fffUV genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures n cold In one day y y New Fast Train rUTAHPACIFIC COAST in effect Sunday May 19 Thu new trains will leavo St Louts 900 a in daily TIll evening trains to same points 1010 in daily Double daily serriee- Through sleeping car service for SanFran HCO Excursion tickets now on walo For further information call on or address K T U MATTHEWS Tray Pass Act Louisville Ky 1H C TOWNSEND Gen Pass S Ticket At St Louis Mo 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE t qDESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS cia maDJulekltlons strictly conudontlal HANDBOOK on Patents I1 ifrptcalttlmrA handsomely culatlon of any sclenUtto journal Terms Pjear four months 61 Sod by CO3Otfraadwaf N wdi Branch Offlc 66 F Bt Washington D fiIJf tiJk iJII 0 U l l Written for the Roundabout FOR WOMEN ONLY A pretty iuv dross did you say Whore is the one you wore to Mrs Greys reception Why not hove this inado over with that ologant j lace which cost ino oven a cool two hundred Much good the gown did you any way and some alteration would perhaps inuko it 111010 be coming It was always too low necked for my admiration Tom Clay lighted his cigar tool picked up the morning paper It ho could have soon the face of the little woman behind the oolToo urn with cril lon spots on the rounded cheek and the light of resolve in tho eyes of blue The silence was becoming oppros sive when Margaret Clay spoke Very well Tom just as you suggest but if you know found in the pocket of your P11nleI Albert you would be the son on earth to refuse me tins j but if you can stand it I It was evidently a tenCHIIIthe womans second the t she resolved to teach her husband the expediency of domestic economics I rising to tho occasion like the born diplomat that she was confident of success Tom Clay paporlvarycalmly eating her breakfast as if oblivious of men in general and new dresses in particular He mOll tally figured the calculation as to her finding any letter or paper of consequence to his happiness and the longer he surmised the larger grew tile unsolved problem until at last ho laid aside his paper and on butItorodIt was poured out steaming hot in the daintiest of china clipHhisi Iwife handing it to him with a most gracious smile as if to say Bo to her virtues very kind r Be to her faults a little blind And then excusing herself she left the room singing If I did not love thee dearest There l was much discussion among the I coterie of Margaret Clays circle of acquaintances as to what she would wear to the Elks Reception but Alice Ward was the only friend taken into the secret and that con sultation was always sub rosa This particular evening was given over to gentlemen guests also in honor of the assembly of Legislators anti there was not among the galaxy of beautiful women one j mote charming than was the wife of Thomas Ford Registrar of the Exchocqiier of FltlltlteialIm nndI Assurance Economies J Even Oraysou wns admit that Margaret Ford was moreI beautiful than over in her exquisite 1frown and what Grayson didnt know about gowns wasnt worth knowing Owen and I Oldham thought she was worth more money than all of the tobacco crop in Tom I Fords warehouse anti it was miserable joke that every man aI her husband appreciated the clc j headediOds admirable qualifica tions and modest demeanor of this I particular woman wbo arose above tho unwarranted circumstances with soldierly snprbnoss and laughed while her heart was breaking There was II long large covered veranda in which tho guests f walked laughed and conversed after refreshments were partaken and it was wliilj Margaret Clay was tallfing toI Kourhon und I Franklin that tho alarm of fire was started and a wild rush for exit undertaken The woman rescued by Tom Ford was not his wife told under tho I awful responsibility of the moment of discovery ho rushed again into b the burning building to bo stricken down by a falling timber When awakened at lust to a possibility of recovery with a broken arm and face disfigured for life Tom Ford looked up into tho sweet face of ills wife who worn the gown of beautiful texture t with garniture of exquisite lace and said1 Fogive me dearest It was worth ovory thing that had Cone into her lifo this expres j sion of repentant love and as silo knelt to kiss him with lovelit eyes and renewed marriage vows sho tore into shreds tho bit of paper that had separated oven in their thoughts remembering it no more forever Can any of my woman readers guess what was in that paper N S COXI January loon 0i k r Jk1Jf t DIRECTORS ELECTED BY CITY BANKS On Monday and Tuesday of this vvook the stockholders of the differ ent city banks elected their hoards of directors for tho year 100- 6Tho follow lug directors were elected at tho Farmers Bank J C Noel R n Armstrong John W Rodman James Church R W Noel Clarence Julian and F S- Nail Tho directors elected by tho AIChurch S D Johnson J Bufurd Hendrick David N Icol Win Con gleton and John P Selbort The National Branch Bank of Kentucky elected E L Samuel Oscar Fonley H W McRory Thomas P Averill John W Milimi D W Lindsey James Graham told V Berberich The State National lank olected Frank Hewitt Chas E Huge H P Mason John King W F Ian dridge Guy Barrett R IC McClure J W Gayle and W L Pence INDIGESTION OVERCOME Indigestion is easily overcome by tho use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest allows it to recuperate and grow strong again Ko lot relieves indigestion belching of gat sour stomach heartburn otC and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods ito the kind of rich rod blood that makes health und strength Sold bv J W Gayle WHAT WAS NEEDED Wo are gratified in being able to say that the new management of tho Street Car Co kept tho cars running right along notwithstand ing the snow and sleet a thing that hadnt been done for a num ber of years Not only that but they have cars- on hand t carry home those who attend entertainments at the Opera House another thing that was needH to moot the demands of the community Wo desire to thank the manage ment in the name of the people 8 IMPORTANT CHANGE OF THE TIME ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY On Friday December let the following changes in time of Southern iy trains will become effective No 1 now leaving Louisville at 7HOa m will depart at 8 a in j No 0 now leaving Louisville at 1550 p m will depart at 880 p m No 2JJ now leaving Louisville at p11Noat fi10 a in will depart at 545 a m So 2 now leaving Lexington at 5550 p m will depart at 5 p 111 Corresponding changes will bo made at local stations and passen gers intending to nso these trains should consult ticket agents for complete information C H HUNGERFORD D P A 12D15 A BAD SCARE Sumo day you will got abaci scare when you feel a pain ill your howfls and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New I Lifo Pills a sure cure for fill bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costiveness etc Guaranteed at all druggists only tic Try them BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Lexington Ky Dec 1 1004 Cars leave Loxington for Paris every hour from Ua Ill to 9 pI m except 11 n in 1 and 8 p in Leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a in to 10 p in ex cept lli noon 2 and 0 p in Leave Lexington for George town every hour from 7 a in to 111 p m except 11 a In1 Sand p m Leave Georgetown for Lexington every hour from 0 a in to 10 p m except 10 a in 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Car 14 carrying freight express and trunks leave Lexington for Georgetown at 8nO p mo Leaves esIm p m Freight rates also special rates for excursions for supper and theatre parties and for school business told family tickets can bo had on application at the com panys oflice 404 West Main streetE Phone 010 Tome Phone 1271 R T GUILE Manager tf t i i f tf FIRST FIRE SINOE NEW DE PARTMENT WENT IN On Tuesday afternoon between 4 and 5 oclock an alarm called the fire department to tho big sawmills of T J Congleton tC Bro on forth Wilkinson street A blaze had started in the basement which but for timely work would have beer a serious fire It was extinguished with about 125 loss This was the first Tint of the new department Chief Taylor of the old force still directed things BENZ HER DOUBLE I I knew no one for four weeks when T Will sick with typhoid nail kidney unable writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsbunr Pa and when I uot hotter although I had getimy hands on my knees when I walkod From this terrible afllio tion I was rescued by Electric flit tots which restored my hoalth nail strength and now T can walk as straight as over They are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disor ders At all druggists Price 50c TO ADVOCATE AID FOR JAMESTOWN EX j POSITION Mr Henry N Castle of James town Va is hero to advocate tho proposition to give State aid to tile proposed exposition to celebrate tho 400th Anniversary of that his tone little city Mr Castle will in all probability have an opportunity to address tho Legislature in advocacy of tho measureIt be a graceful thing for that body to pass tho proposed measure WANTED To know tho whereabouts of Pa cionco Millie and Nannie DowoJl or their descendants Address MRS NANNIE D ALLEN Ky1S81CLIMATIC UCRES Tho influence of climatic con consumptionispoor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup morningisso is a good nights rest and tho absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Rest less nights sand the exhaustion olio to coughing tho greatest danger and drench of the consumptive can taldngGormanlarly Should you bo able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives thorn the few who are benefited and regain strength are those that use German Syrup Trial bottle 25c regular size 75c At all druggists 1 yr Only Taking Cold Was the way the boy explained when he was caught stealing ice There are a good many people taking cold in the proper sense in these days If colds are neglected the result will perhaps be serious throat or lung trouble A STITCH IN TIME Donr take chances Its so easy to cure a cold or cough in the start and so hard to cure when deeply seated We want to urge you to keep a bottle of Gayles White Pine Ex pictorant in the house Its a remedy that call always bo depended on for the cure of coughs andj colds Price 25 Cents I W GAYLE Druggist Corner Ann and Broadway Frankfort Ky I 1 ii IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tIle signature of s and has been made under his per 9sonal supervision since its infancy I no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are hut Experiments that triflo with and endanger time health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pnrcigoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Ii substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Troubles cures 7 3StomachTho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friendrf GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Bears the of 6Tli-d t The K You Have Always Boughtf In Use For Over 30 Years THE CT UR COMPANY 7T MURRAY STKCCT NEW YORK CITY LEXINGTON AND EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY WINTER IMETABLE EFFECTIVE OCT 1905 EASTBOUND WESTBOUND IDuny P SUJI Leave 125iilO 856 406 t511G10 Dally No4 lEX Sun 825 918 92iI54 1008 1929 1180 20ht 94I Stations Lexington Winchester City Stanton Natural Bridgo Torrent ieattyvillo Junction Tlclt1on 025 No8- Daily EXSUU Trains No except Sunday other trains Sunday Trains close connection Junction for points tho JK- RYTrnIrIR Nos connect Junction with tho Ry ny for Storlintr Trains No and connect Beattyvillo Junction with tho LA Uy for Bentty villo and localstntion BAlm CHARLES General Manager =OHIO AND Ailsel 111I AMjI No4 Ex Lye DIIO 923 I I1J 7aI 11 G2 70 Clay 0 daily SCOTTf KENTUCKY No 22- Daily Ex Lye 2I230 8l 12 105 IStllo Taclcscu Junction WiUturst ham I Leo City HultChawn Cannel City connection Junction Lexington Eastern CONLEY SOLID COMFORT TRAVEL MEANS Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Cars on Trains Betwee- nLouisville Kentucky Points and St Louis COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS KATES THE WEST ANn SOUTHWEST If contemplate trip or cliungc of fu Route Hubtt It is Comfortable triiin in traveling is always good habit to acquire least givo UH opportunity of naming hove equipment train service chair rates WIIAT MORE YOU WANT H GALLAGHER L IRWIN Trav Pass Aggt Gen Pass Agt HENDERSON ROUTE LOUISVILLE i I mI- 40 67 0 194 No DailyEx Ar- j 174lJ0 610 618 645 IDally Ex I Arl 1010I 801 828 i 717 I I I 3 4 3 4 ut 0 K on O 1 3 nt L E O R O tit it 4 at J H RAILWAY A 51 I P M 0 K 83 A M No 21- Daily Ex Ar 1120 1120 1162 1228 1245 Ar 60S 5004a9 400 401 847 225 and you and nUll Mtso ti 10 II f Nos 21 and S3 will mi lo closo at O a K with Nos U and 4 for points on the and RailwayVii L Superintendent IN TUB all TO you a a nour tiiro Got the1ioldoeso1 tho comfortable lino mid H a At tho you rates Wo tho the the free oars and the DO J J KY t 44 Sank A1tI muko Sund Send PM 1168 PM 1 Queen and BrescentRoute 1IItR noi j Shortest Route AN- DUaoket StilBfllilB BETWEEN GEORGE T 0 W N 4 CINCINNATIC1IATTAN00 r ATLANTA13IR1ING1IAM SHR EVE PORT NEV ORLEANS r AND TEXAS POINTS Write for Rates and Printed Matter 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